Student Employment Opportunities

STUDENT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

To participate in the FWS program, students must matriculate and meet general federal eligibility requirements, including:

  1. Citizenship: U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen
  2. Maintain satisfactory academic progress (SAP) as required by Neumann University and the Department of Education
  3. Financial need, as determined by completion of the Free Application of Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  4. Receive confirmation of approved FWS award by the Office of Financial Assistance (as stated on the award letter)
  5. Complete all required employment authorization forms, identification and necessary hiring paperwork

HIRING PROCESS

Students cannot start working until the hiring process is complete.

  1. Students are to contact the supervisor, who will schedule and conduct interviews to fill the position.
  2. If this is the student’s first time working for the University or they have not worked for the University in the last three years, the student will need to fill out a New Hire packet. This can be done at Human Resources Office (HR) in the RAB 4th Floor.
  3. Once this has been completed, HR will notify employer and student that access to electronic timecard is available. Once this is received, students may begin working.

STUDENT REQUIRED PAPERWORK

  1. Complete the Online Student Contract Request Form. This form will be sent to you by the Office of Financial Assistance and is academic year specific.
  2. Federal Form W-4*
  3. Form I-9* Employment Eligibility
  4. Criminal Background Check
  5. Direct Deposit

Job Title: Career Ambassador

Department Name: Career and Personal Development

Department Location: Bachmann 24 (The Hub)

Supervisor: Preeti Singh

Phone: 610-558-5537

Email: singhp@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 2

Hours Needed Per Week: 15

Wage Rate: $8.00


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

Basic Function

  • Greet visitors to office and answer phone
  • Assist students with scheduling appointments in person, over the phone and through email 
  • Review and approve jobs via Handshake (online system)
  • Review and select jobs for promotion via Handshake
  • Promote workshops and events through social media platforms
  • Support employer information sessions, career fairs and events
  • Update CPD bulletin boards 
  • Special projects and duties as assigned by the department

Responsibilities

  • Imparts the spirit of St. Francis through respect for all persons and things, and by a search for truth in daily interactions and situations.
  • Witnesses to a deep sense of professionalism in dress, speech and manners

Specifics of position

  • As a visible agent of Neumann University upholds the highest standards of conduct, attitude, appearance and confidentiality,

Job Title: Work Study Teachers Assistant

Department Name: Child Development Center

Department Location: Child Development Center

Supervisor: John Sperduto

Phone: 5611

Email: sperdutj@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 6

Hours Needed Per Week: 8 - 10

Wage Rate: $8.50


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

  • Impart the spirit of St. Francis through respect for all persons and things, and by a search for truth in daily interactions and situations.
  • Witnesses to a deep sense of professionalism in dress, speech and manners
  • Assist teachers with preschool age children in a classroom setting
  • Help and guide children’s play
  • Sit with children during circle time, sometimes modeling for them.
  • Help children with their self-help tasks like zipping jackets, tying shoes, etc.
  • Supervise children during outdoor play

Specifics of position

  • Must have current clearances: Pennsylvania Child Abuse History, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check and FBI Fingerprints.
  • Certificate of Compliance, Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse: Mandated and Permissive Reporting in Pennsylvania.
  • As a visible agent of Neumann University upholds the highest standards of conduct, attitude, appearance and confidentiality.

Job Title: Student Worker Bite Delivery

Department Name: Sodexo Dining Services

Department Location: Dining

Supervisor: Rita Webster

Phone: 5489

Email: websterr@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 6

Hours Needed Per Week: 10

Wage Rate: $8.25


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

Basic Function

  • Primary Responsibility to deliver meals to students ordering Via BiteApp for both normal delivery and medical services delivery.
  • Work with Dining & HRL as a liaison to both departments working with social media and advertising initiatives.
  • Work with professional staff assisting on various projects as needed.
  • Community upkeep (hanging fliers, taking down past dated fliers, etc.)

Responsibilities

  • Imparts the spirit of St. Francis through respect for all persons and things, and by a search for truth in daily interactions and situations.
  • Witnesses to a deep sense of professionalism in dress, speech and manners

Specifics of position

  • Other duties as assigned by the department.
  • As a visible agent of Neumann University upholds the highest standards of conduct, attitude, appearance and confidentiality,

Job Title: University Advancement Administrative Assistant

Department Name: University Advancement

Department Location: 4th Floor RAB

Supervisor: Jackie Marciano

Phone: 610-558-5638

Email: marcianj@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 2

Hours Needed Per Week: 8 - 10

Wage Rate: $8.50


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

As a visible agent of Neumann University upholds the highest standards of conduct, attitude, appearance and confidentiality.

Assist with various office tasks including, but not limited to:

  • filing
  • answering phones
  • typing
  • processing
  • data entry
  • 1-1 conversations with families
  • call campaigns
  • and other duties as assigned
  • Virtually assist in office operations as needed

Job Title: Helpdesk Assistant

Department Name: Information Technology & Resources

Department Location: G6 BMB

Supervisor: Francis Madden

Phone: 610-361-5420

Email: maddenf@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 3

Hours Needed Per Week: 8 - 10

Wage Rate: $8


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

  • Responding to incoming calls
  • Basic troubleshooting of technical issues
  • Assist users with basic Microsoft Office functionality (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, & Outlook)
  • Assist with classroom technology (Projector, & Smart Boards)
  • Creating helpdesk tickets as needed
  • Assist with ongoing projects/tasks.

Job Title: Neumann Navigator

Department Name: Admissions

Department Location: Admissions Office

Supervisor: Christine Gibble

Phone: 610-361-5243

Email: gibblec@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 4

Hours Needed Per Week: minimum of 6

Wage Rate: $9.00


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

  • Imparts the spirit of St. Francis through respect for all persons and things, and by a search for truth in daily interactions and situations.
  • Witnesses to a deep sense of professionalism in dress, speech and attitude
  • Adhere to and support the Mission of Neumann University, especially the idea that knowledge is to be used in service to others.
  • Conduct tours for prospective students and their families and field questions knowledgeably.
  • Assist with various office tasks including, but not limited to, filing, answering phones, typing, processing, data entry, 1-1 conversations with families, call campaigns and other duties as assigned.
  • Conduct Virtual recruitment events for prospective students and their families and field questions knowledgeably.
  • Virtually assist in office operations as needed.
  • Be present in the office during scheduled office hours prepared to give tours and assist in office operations. If the Neumann Navigator cannot make those hours, it is the Navigator’s responsibility to locate a replacement.
  • Attend all training sessions and become familiar with the manual provided for the Neumann Navigators.
  • Attend all mandatory admission events as defined in the Navigator Manual
  • Understand and maintain confidentiality of information present in the Office during and after employment.
  • Understand and maintain professionalism in dealing with all persons with which the Neumann Navigator comes into contact.
  • Understand and adhere to all applicable safety policies and procedures including safety education, accident prevention, and safe work environment.
  • Read and sign a contract, agreeing to the statements listed above.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Enrollment Management Leadership.
  • As a visible agent of Neumann University upholds the highest standards of conduct, attitude, appearance and confidentiality,
    All applicants should expect to work a minimum of 6 hours per week.

Job Title: Wellness Educator

Department Name: Counseling Center for Wellness

Department Location: Counseling Center for Wellness

Supervisor: Nena Stetson

Phone: 610-358-4263

Email: stetsonn@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 8

Hours Needed Per Week: 10

Wage Rate: $8.25


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

Responsibilities

  • Greeting those entering the CCW and making professional staff aware of student appointments and students in emergency situations, i.e., students in distress.
  • Student workers must maintain confidentiality.
  • Student workers must attend monthly educational and team building meetings.
  • Student workers must complete orientation each year that they are employed at the CCW.
  • Student workers at the CCW must be a sophomore and above.
  • Student Workers must be willing to help co-facilitate groups at the CCW using Microsoft Teams and represent the CCW at University events.
  • Student Workers assist with planning and implementing of CCW programing.
  • Student Workers assist in the marketing and promotion of CCW events.
  • Student workers represent the CCW as a member of other student groups.
  • Student Workers serve as and participate in NASPA training for Peer Leaders Certification.
  • Student Workers must participate in all student leadership trainings as they relate to Neumann University Student Leaders, Wellness Educators, and Peer Leaders.
  • Impart the spirit of St. Francis through respect for all persons and things, and by a search for truth in daily interactions and situations.
  • Witnesses to a deep sense of professionalism in dress, speech and manners
  • Specifics of position
  • Other duties as assigned by the department
  • As a visible agent of Neumann University upholds the highest standards of conduct, attitude, appearance and confidentiality

Job Title: Conference Assistant

Department Name: Conferences and Events

Department Location: Conferences and Events

Supervisor: Jessica Webster

Phone: 484-574-6253

Email: websterj@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 2

Hours Needed Per Week: 10

Wage Rate: $8.75


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

Basic Function:

  • Filing
  • Folding & Stuffing
  • Copying
  • Shredding
  • Data Input
  • Campus errands

Qualifications Desired KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent organizational, oral and written communications skills
  • Knowledge of computer systems (Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, 25Live, etc.)
  • Ability to work independently or with little supervision
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs

Responsibilities:

  • The Conference Assistant (CA) provides assistance to the Director of Conferences and Event Planning, the Physical Arrangements Coordinator and Media Services in preparing and executing all events, conferences and meetings sponsored by members of the University and external community of an academic & non-academic
  • The CA works closely with the Director of Conferences and Event Planning who has responsibility for events, conferences and gatherings that serve to promote the University. The CA is present at events as required (including during evening hours and on weekends).
  • Assist with preparing event spaces (set up and breakdown of tables and chairs)
  • Helps in assisting internal and external groups before and during events (additional set up needs, AV needs)
  • Assist with and review of set ups and housekeeping needs for events
  • Set out directional signs to assist guests
  • Complete inspection of event space prior to and after a group’s use
  • Imparts the spirit of St. Francis through respect for all persons and things, and by a search for truth in daily interactions and situations.
  • Witnesses to a deep sense of professionalism in dress, speech and manners
  • Specifics of position
  • Other duties as assigned by the department
  • As a visible agent of Neumann University upholds the highest standards of conduct, attitude, appearance and confidentiality