Student Employment Opportunities

Work Study Positions

JOB TITLE: Student Success Assistant

Department Location: Office of Student Success

Supervisor: Coleen Nedbalski, Director of Student Success

Phone: 610-358-4587


Number of Students Needed: 1

Hours Needed Per Week: 6

WAGE RATE: $8.50


  • Demonstrate an appreciation for and understanding of the Catholic Franciscan tradition and values of Neumann University
  • Conducting telephone interviews with students
  • Word processing/data entry (MS Word, Excel)
  • Assisting at campus events (e.g. working at a registration/sign-in table)
  • Conducting internet research on student success initiatives
  • Additional duties assigned by Director of Student Success

Interested students should contact Coleen Nedbalski at


JOB TITLE: Athletics and Recreation - Work Study Position

Department Location: Athletics

Supervisor: Len Schuler

Phone: 484-840-4712


Number of Students Needed: multiple

Hours Needed Per Week: 8-10 hours

WAGE RATE: Through the Work Study Program of Neumann University

The following areas are looking for committed, reliable students:

  • Cardio Room – Mon, Thurs – Varied Hours
  • Fitness Room – Mon- Friday – Varied Hours
  • Front Desk – Tuesdays (7-9pm), Friday – Varied Hours

Interested students should contact Len Schuler at


JOB TITLE: Center for Leadership - Work Study Position

Department Location: The Center for Leadership

Supervisor: Danielle L. McNichol

Phone: 610-358-4585


Number of Students Needed: 1

Hours Needed Per Week: 10-15 hours

WAGE RATE: Through the Work Study Program of Neumann University

General Position Description:
The Center for Leadership is seeking a reliable and motivated student to assist the operations of The Center for Leadership and its community outreach initiatives including the Partnership for Public Safety and Wardrobes for Work.

About The Center for Leadership
The Neumann University Center for Leadership is intended to serve as a community leadership development venue where beginning and mid-level community, corporate, and non-profit emerging leaders have the opportunity to learn about the proper roles, relationships, and responsibilities of public and private office holding, including appointed, elected, and volunteer (e.g., nonprofit trustee/board) positions. These learning opportunities will be taught by a combination of scholars and successful community leaders including experienced practitioners, and office holders. More information can be found at:

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinating logistics prior to scheduled events
  • Assisting the Director and her staff at registration and during events
  • Receiving and/or collecting, from on-campus locations, donations of clothing for Wardrobes for Work
  • Developing and processing forms for donors’ tax credits
  • Processing paperwork for Continuing Education credits
  • Sending acknowledgement and thank you letters to donors and/or speakers
  • Developing and updating database of donors
  • Staffing the Wardrobes for Work Room and maintaining a visually pleasing environment and streamlined process for clients
  • Handling incoming calls, providing routine information and channeling inquiries
  • Other duties under the supervision of the Director and her staff


  • Detail-oriented and focused on completion of tasks
  • Able to work independently to complete assigned projects
  • Knowledgeable about various functions of Neumann University’s offices/departments to facilitate the completion of projects
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Effective interpersonal and organizational skill; able to relate with all constituents
  • As a visible agent of Neumann University and the Center for Leadership, the highest standards of conduct, attitude, appearance and confidentiality are expected in all aspects of performance.

Student will interact with the following:
The Director and her staff, donors to Wardrobes for Work, visitors to Neumann University campus, department heads/staff, elected members of federal, state and county government, law enforcement, community not-for-profits, and members of the legal community.

Interested students should contact Danielle L. McNichol at


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