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, student timesheets will sent to the supervisor. Once timesheets are received students may begin working.

STUDENT REQUIRED PAPERWORK

  1. Federal Work Study Employment Form – All FWS students are required to complete Federal Work Study Employment Approval form prior to starting work. This form can be obtained from the Office of Financial Assistance. Returning students must complete a new form each year they wish to participate in FWS.
  2. Federal Form W-4*
  3. Form I-9* Employment Eligibility
  4. Criminal Background Check
  5. Direct Deposit

Open Work Study Positions

2019-2020 Positions will be available on August 15th

Job Title: America Reads Tutor

Department Name: America Reads

Department Location: NIFS 312 BMB

Supervisor: Sister Mary Ann McCarthy

Phone: Ext: x4270

Email: mccarthm@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 6-8

Hours Needed Per Week: 8-10 hours per week

Wage Rate: $9.00 - $10.00


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

  • Tutor individual elementary school students.
  • Read to students in library setting.
  • Assist teachers by supervising work groups.
  • Help with basic classroom tasks

Positions are available at:

  • Holy Family Catholic Regional School
  • Drexel Neumann Academy
  • Aston Elementary
  • Pennell Elementary

Job Title: Mailroom Messenger

Department Name: Mailroom

Department Location: Bachmann Ground Floor rm 31

Supervisor: Martha Hassiepen

Phone: Ext: 5405

Email: hassiepm@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 1

Hours Needed Per Week: 5 .5 hours per week. Monday 9:00-11:30 am and Wednesday Friday 10:00-11:30 am

Wage Rate: $8.00


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

  • Demonstrate an appreciation for and understanding of the Catholic Franciscan tradition and values of Neumann University.
  • Assisting with preparing mailings, promotional materials, and scheduling appointments for Director
  • Word processing/data entry (MS Word, Excel), copying, and light office work
  • Assisting students with scheduling tutoring appointments and following up
  • Answering phone and taking messages if needed.
  • Additional duties as assigned by Director of Transitional Education 

Job Title: Assistant

Department Name: Academic & Advising

Department Location: Transitional Education, ARC, Bachmann Main

Supervisor: Lori Blount

Phone: Ext: 5630

Email: blountl@neumann.edu

Number of Students Needed: 1

Hours Needed Per Week: 5 hours per week

Wage Rate: $8.50


JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES:

  • Demonstrate an appreciation for and understanding of the Catholic Franciscan tradition and values of Neumann University.
  • Assisting with preparing mailings, promotional materials, and scheduling appointments for Director
  • Word processing/data entry (MS Word, Excel), copying, and light office work
  • Assisting students with scheduling tutoring appointments and following up
  • Answering phone and taking messages if needed.
  • Additional duties as assigned by Director of Transitional Education