Job Posting   Job Description/Skills Supervisor /Contact 570-208-5900 (ext.#)

Calling ALL King’s College Students, Freshman through Senior Year!

Would you like to earn some extra money this semester while making friends and building your resume? Sign up today for the Fall 2018 Phonathon.  Callers earn $$$ working a few evenings each week making calls to alumni and friends. This is an excellent way to hone your communication skills, build your self-confidence and boost your resume in a way few other part-time jobs can. Stop by the Annual Giving Office on the 5th Floor of the Admin Building (Room 518) to complete your paperwork by Sept. 5.  We will call a meeting soon after that with details and scheduling information provided.  Please be ready to go soon after that for training and work. 

Contact the office at (570) 208-5900, extension 5611 or email  if you have any questions.  Thank you!  (Note:  The Phonathon is not out of the federal work study program, it is institutional pay.)   

Kim Cardone

ext 5611

Institutional Advancement      




Game Day Workers – Home Athletic Events  ** FEDERAL WORK STUDY
For various games such as Football, M/W Hockey, Volleyball, M/W Basketball, W. Lacrosse and Softball

  • Majority of hours will come from working mid-week and weekend games, afternoons and nights
  • Assist with pregame setups and breakdowns of games (tables, chairs, benches, nets, etc.)
  • Assist in game as a ball person, clock operator, ticket sales, video camera operations, etc.
  • Team Managers for specific sports (Head Coaches will be notified of interest and make the final decision).

Interested students should email Email should include the following:

  • First Name:
  • Last Name:
  • Afternoon Availability:
  • Evening Availability
  • Weekend Availability: 
  • Experience working athletic events:
  • Please indicate if you’re interested in being a Game Day Worker or Team Manager:
  • Do you have a car on campus?

Megan Mundy

ext 5885

# of openings - 10

Campus Ministry   

Essential Functions:

  1.  Receptionist/greeter/answer phone in the absence of or at the request of the Campus Ministry Team.
  2. Cleaning and/or straightening the hospitality corner, used dishes, and kitchenette before leaving shift.
  3. Preparing letters, invitations, and announcements for mailing as needed
  4. Creating, copying, folding, and distributing printed materials, weekly
  5. Hanging posters in all high traffic areas on campus, CM bulletin board, and Hessel board, weekly
  6. Help publicizing Campus Ministry events by answering inquiries, posting signage, and word of mouth
  7. Running on campus errands as requested by Campus Ministry Team
  8. Inventorying supplies as needed
  9. Lifting and moving boxes from shelves, Shoval basement, and on and off dolly as needed
  10. Scheduling and preparing Mass intentions as requested
  11. Occasionally setting up before and cleaning up after Mass



  1. Current student at King’s College
  2. Polite, courteous, and professional manners
  3. Good communication skills, written and verbal
  4. Good organizational skills
  5. Ability to follow and complete directives

Father Tom Looney

ext 5836

# of Openings - 3






POSITION:       Student Assistant - Technical Services Department

JOB DESCRIPTION:  Verifies new titles upon receipt against purchase order and vendor invoice; files completed vendor invoices and correspondence.

Processes new books:  assigns part of the call number; inserts book pockets and bookplates (where applicable); affixes call number labels and applies property stamp; inserts security beepers into book pockets; changes status of new books in automated library system; checks call number assigned to new books in automated library system; puts barcodes on new books.  Occasionally performs minor book repairs; stamps withdrawn books and packs them for donation or recycling; performs other duties as assigned by the Electronic Resources/Sytems Librarian or Technical Services Assistant.

REQUIRED SKILLS:  Intelligence/Sense of Responsibility, Accuracy, Ability to take Direction, Good Judgement, Motivation/Initiative

SCHEDULE:  Monday - Friday (between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.)  

SUPERVISOR: Mr. Adam Balcziunas, Electronic Resources/Sytems Librarian

LOCATION:  Main floor Library

Federal Work Study Eligible

Adam Balcziunas

ext 5644

# of Openings - 0

Academic Advisement  


Seeking courteous, dependable, outgoing, and detail-oriented student aides.

Student aides will be responsible for providing customer service to students, faculty, and prospective families. Student aide must maintain confidentiality, have a positive attitude, a good work ethic, the ability to motivate self and others, demonstrate strong communication skills, be computer proficient with Excel and Word, have a professional demeanor, be open to learning new skills and be detail oriented. Normal office duties include copying, filing, answering phones, running errands, processing paperwork, and preparing mailings.

Additional duties may include directing students and parents to various campus locations, transporting files to and from the Academic Advisement Office, distributing files to appropriate advisors, photocopying planners, photocopying and filing complete new student files, and other duties as assigned.

100% Attendance is expected during the weeks of July 9-16th.

Approx:          20-35 hours per week (see below)

(20 hrs. per week, and then 35 hrs. during the weeks of July 9 and July 16)

Federal Work Study eligibility preferred.

Please contact Judi O’Borski at 570-208-5872 or stop by the Academic Advisement Office to apply in person.

John Kratz

Ext. 5872

# of openings - 0

History Department



The History Department and Women’s Studies Minor seeks a work study student assistant for Fall 2017, with possibility of renewal for Spring 2018. Responsibilities include: photocopying & scanning, word processing, filing, general office work, and, possibly, library research/data collection.  10 hours per week.

Nicole Mares

Ext. 5489

# of Openings - 0

Print Shop 



  • The student will ultimately report to the manager -Andrew Bowen, Jared Holodick and Jonathan Nutche.
  • Seniority among students will be determined by length of time served.
  • Students will be required to do a variety of tasks deemed suitable from computer based tasks to printing/copying, finishing and deliveries.
  • A student will not be expected to do a task that they are not comfortable with, or operate machinery, with which they not comfortable using.
  • Good time keeping is expected, it is understood that students will have special events from time to time. But once a schedule has been agreed upon, it is expected that this will be adhered to as much as possible. As the person becomes more proficient in the print shop, your supervisor will assign and schedule tasks to be completed.
  • Good customer service and relations are also expected.   
  • Finally this position would ideally suit a Mass Communications student looking to gain experience in their chosen field. It may also benefit a Business School student. Candidates will be interviewed.

Andrew Bowen 

Ext. 5635

# of Openings - 0

Residence Life


  • Promptly and courteously address everyone who enters into the front office.
  • Answer the phone in a prompt and courteous manner and when necessary direct them to the proper person or office.
  • Mail and Business Office trips will be done daily
  • Filing will be done daily; paperwork/folders for all on and off campus students.
  • Process Photo ID’s - collect monies as deemed necessary.
  • Process payment for judicial infractions-collect monies as deemed necessary.
  • Set up work schedule for the semester and adhere to it.  If you cannot adhere to your schedule please let us know via -email or phone.
  • Students must work the days/hours they are assigned.

Megan Sellick

Ext. 5856

# of Openings - 0

PA Department



10-15 hrs per week and they cannot be a physician assistant major (medical studies)

Duties: data entry, filing, general office work, archiving records, making copies, and assisting faculty with filing and filling lab supplies.

Debra Toporcer

Ext. 5829

# of Openings - 0

Office of Financial Aid



Responsibilities will include filing, some light computer work, photocopying, running errands, and covering the front desk when necessary. Polite phone etiquette is required. Additional projects/tasks may be assigned accordingly.

You must show up to work on time, dressed appropriately and have flexible availability.

You must be able to work on Tuesday and Thursday 12:00-1:00 pm 

Federal Work Study Eligible

Stacey Zelinka

Ext. 8116

# of Openings - 2


Biology Department



Laboratory Aide

Prepare solutions, set-up equipment and re-setting laboratories, washing glassware, re-filling supplies and distilled water, secretarial duties as necessary,

inventory and collection of biohazard and chemical waste under the directon of supervisor and after appropriate training.

Other duties as assigned that pertain to the daily operation of the Biology Department.

  • Must be dependable and responsible.
  • Ability to follow directions correctly. 
  • Ability to relate in a friendly, helpful manner to faculty, staff and students. 
  • Bending, lifting, carrying light to heavy equipment and supplies up to 40 lbs.
  • Knowledge of computers and basic programs such as Excel and Word.
  • Basic scientific knowledge for calculations and operation of most Biology equipment.
  • Must have the ability to follow appropriate safety rules, regulations and precautions as per OSHA regulations.
  • Several chemical, blood-borne pathogen, biohazard waste, and SDS trainings will be required upon hire. 


Between 5-8 hours per week. Mainly daytime hours between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.


Federal Work Study Eligible

Valerie Musto

Ext. 5725

# of Openings - 0

Institutional Advancement Office



Assists with mailings, runs errands, word processing and general office duties.

Skills: Typing, work processing, neat appearance and outgoing personality.

Federal work study eligible

Donna Pegg

ext. 5682

# of openings - 0

Office of Career Planning



The primary duties of the work-study students in the Office of Career Planning will consist of those tasks which support the daily, general functioning of the office as a whole as well as the respective academic and professional development programs, including:

  • CARP classes
  • Professional Development Seminar Series (PDSS)
  • The Internship Program
  • The On-Campus Recruitment Program (OCR)

Responsibilities will include such tasks as filing, working with databases, answering phones, maintaining College Central Network, electronic reporting, etc.  Additional projects or tasks not listed here can be assigned at any time as directed by the entire Office of Career Planning staff.

Work-study students will report directly to their supervisor, Mrs. Korie Munley, Career Development Specialist. 

Work-study students are required to report changes to their own work schedule to their supervisor, via telephone, with at least 24 hours notice.

Korie Munley

ext 5913

# of openings - 0

Human Resources




  1. Pick up and drop off all mailings pertaining to the HR office.
  2. Distributes and date stamps all incoming mail & documents for the department and forwards it to appropriate HR staff members
  3. Answers and responds to telephone and in-person inquiries when needed.
  4. Document management of all employee personnel files by ensuring timely filing of all relevant documents.
  5. File background check verifications for all current & new employees.
  6. Processes PA new hires for the college.


  1. Perform other duties as required.


  1. Support skills including filing.
  2. Ability to effectively communicate with others and the capacity to meet timely deadlines is required.
  3. Telephone, organizational and interpersonal skills are essential in order to effectively communicate. 
  4. Confidentiality is required.


Federal Work Study Eligible

 Veronica Giamusso

ext 5902

# of openings - 0

Busines Office 




Typical office support help; mass mailings, filing, run errands on campus, photocopies, data entry, etc.

Federal Work Study eligible

Darlene Gavenonis

ext. 5835

# of openings - 0

Dean of Students Office





Responsibilities will include filing, some light computer work, photocopying, running errands, and phone coverage. Additional projects/tasks may be assigned accordingly.

Summer work study student will also work the Summer Advisement Orientation Program for new students in July. 

Federal work study eligible.

Michele Maczuga

ext. 5875

# of openings - 0

Registrar's Office




Sort and file student records, locate files (current, archived and graduate), help with mass mailings, answer phones, occasional front desk duties, and other duties as assigned.

Skills:  Confidentiality, accuracy, dependable, and communication skills.

Federal Work Study eligible

Judie Burridge

ext. 5975

# of openings - 1

Mass Communications



Students will trouble-shoot, maintain, check in and out video and sound equipment, maintain computer functions in MC 409, and assist students with television studio productions.

Job requires knowledge of video equipment, cameras, and video editing software.

Federal Work Study eligible

Scott Weiland, Ph.D.

MC 409 and HD Television Studio

ext. 5202

# of openings - 0

Sports Information



  Student assistant will assist the Sports Information staff in a number of areas, including helping compile game statistics for a variety of sports, writing post-game recaps and hometown press releases, attending select King's athletic contests during the week and weekends, as assigned by the director.  The qualified candidate should have a strong knowledge and interest in sports.  Attendance at all home football games is expected.  This position is a good opportunity for those interested in sports writing.

Federal Work Study eligible


Robert Ziadie

ext.  5934

# of openings - 0

Hispanic Outreach/Education

Spring 18


Federal Work Study Eligible

Elementary School Tutor, Flood Elementary - Transportation provided, if needed.

Ability to work with children in grades 1-4.  Clearances are required. 

Mandatory orientation sessions, semi-professional attire required.

Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday - 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

10 open positions


Childcare Worker; Tutor

To supervise children of adult ESL students taking night classes.  Between 5-10 children from ages 6-12 years old.

Up to 7 hours per week

4 open positions


Conversation Partner for ESL students

Work in a small group with adults learning English.  Use prompts from teacher to help students practice English.

1.5 hours per week - Thursday 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

15 open positions


High School Mentor

Work with Hispanic High School students who come to King's College once a week for a mentoring program.  Assist in small group and other work as assigned by program director.

1.75 hours per work

Mondays 2:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

5 open positions


Federal Work Study eligible

Reyna Logsdon

Hafey-Marian 613

ext. 8021

# of openings - See each position

Academic Skills Center 



The ASC coordinates tutoring, test proctoring, accommodations for students with disabilities, and learning strategy sessions for the King's College community.  Student Aide will cordially provide customer service to students, faculty, and prospective families.  The student aide will complete data entry on a weekly basis.

Student aide must maintain confidentiality, positive attitude, ability to motivate self and others, strong communication abilities, computer proficiency with Excel and Word, professional demeanor, be open to learning new skills and be detail oriented.

The supervisor will complete a 60 day initial review to provide feedback to the student aide on performance and an end of semester review will occur thereafter.

Preferred working hours between 8:00 a.m.- 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Federal Work Study eligible

Sheri Yech

ext. 5800

# of openings - 0




Circulation Department

Circulates books to Library patrons; renews books by telephone; collects and records fines; circulates reserve books and other miscellaneous library materials and equipment; sorts books on return shelves and prepares book trucks for shelving, shelves, reads shelves to ensure books are in proper call number order, shifts, organizes and straightens shelves in section assigned.  Performs tasks and other duties as assigned by the Circulation Supervisor or Evening Circulation Supervisor.

Skills:  Customer service, intelligence, sense of responsibility, accuracy, ability to take direction, common sense, good judgment and initiative.  ability to dust, lift and/or move heavy books (20-25 lbs.).

Possible weekend and/or evening work. 

Federal Work Study eligibile.

Emily Sisk

ext.  5640

# of openings - 0

Community Service Jobs



Off campus Community Service jobs in schools, soup kitchen, local library, children services center, etc.  Contact the Shoval Center for more information on Community Service job openings and if tranportation would be porvided.

Transportation may be provided

Federal Work Study eligible

Maura Modrovsky

Community Service

ext. 5915

# of openings - 0

Dining Services

Fall 18/Spring 19


Positions at Connerton's, King's Court, Leo's, Monarch Mart, Susquehanna Place, and Chick-Fil-A

Valuable work experience in a variety of food related areas.

Institutional and Federal work study

Louis Mazza

Apply by email:

ext. 5325

# of openings - 50

Dan Flood Tutor



Schedule:  3:00 p.m -  5:00 p.m.    Transportation provided, if needed.

Mandatory orientation sessions.

Clearances are required.

Semi-professional attire required.  (women: blouse/casual slacks; men:  shirt/tie, casual slacks).  No Jeans, t-shirts or shorts allowed.

Federal Work Study eligible



Bro. Steven Lamendola

ext. 8093

# of openings - 0

Department of Theatre


  Assist Faculty  - office duties.

Sheileen Godwin ext. 5337

# of openings - 0

Office of Alumni Relations



Calling ALL Students!

Would you like to earn some extra money this semester while making friends and building your resume? Sign up today for the Fall Alumni Phonathon! Callers earn $$$ working a few evenings each week making calls to alumni and friends. This is an excellent way to hone your communication skills, build your self-confidence and boost your resume in a way few other part-time jobs can. Stop by the Alumni Relations and Annual Giving Office on the 5th Floor of the Admin Building (Room 508) to complete your paperwork by Sept. 9. Training and work begin September 19. Contact the office at (570) 208-5880 or email if you have any questions.


Instituitonal Work Study Only

Elizabeth Doherty

ext 5732


# of openings - 0