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Student Employment

Our Mission 

The mission of student employment is to provide the means for students to help defray college expenses, expand the educational experience, and help prepare for “life after college.” Professional experiences can enhance the academic learning process and give students the opportunity to serve and learn in a values-based, mission-oriented setting.

St. John’s University provides current undergraduate students with a range of part-time employment opportunities throughout many of the University’s departments and schools. Each year, the University employs about 1,500 student workers on all campuses. Working at St. John’s while attending school allows students to gain valuable skills and job experience, and can help to offset the cost of tuition and living expenses.

Follow these 4 easy steps to apply for a Student Worker Position

STEP 1: There are two distinct types of student positions: Regular Student Worker and federal College Work-Study. Before you apply for any position, you must find out if you qualify for Work Study: read this (PDF).

STEP 2: Review the open positions below by campus and select up to 3 positions that interest you. If you qualify for financial aid under federal College Work-Study, you can select from the available Work-Study jobs; if not, select from the available Regular Student jobs. (Note: International and graduate students are not eligible for federal Work-Study.)

STEP 3: Now you are ready to complete a Student Employment Application. You will need to include up to 3 job ID's from Step 2 to identify the positions for which you wish to apply. You can access the Student Employment Application by logging into either MySJU or UIS. Once you are logged in to the University system, click the Student Tab, then Student Employment, and then Student Employment Application.

STEP 4: Email your resume to each of the hiring managers listed for the position(s) to which you applied.

That's it! You have applied for student worker jobs, and you will hear from the hiring manager if there is an interest in your candidacy. The Student Employment team is here to help you, so contact us if you need assistance.

Contact Us

Office of Human Resources
The University Center, Suite C
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439

Hours
Monday through Thursday
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Fridays
8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Mary Cascio
Student Employment Manager
718-990-2331
[email protected]

Darren Russell
Student Employment Specialist
718-990-2497
[email protected]

Graduate Assistantships and Fellowships

A limited number of Graduate Assistantships and University Fellowships are granted to various academic departments within each school and college of the University. Graduate Assistantships are also available in administrative departments. To learn more, visit Graduate Assistantships and Fellowships on the Office of Graduate Admission website.

Open Positions

Queens Campus
Staten Island Campus
Rome and Paris

Queens Campus

The following student worker positions are currently open. The University offers two types of jobs for students: work-study positions (funded by a federal grant) and regular student positions (not funded by the federal grant). Before you apply for a work-study position, be sure that you qualify. Not sure? Find out more about the federal college work-study program.

*Most recent positions are located at the bottom of the page.

Title:  Public Safety Resident Safety Monitor

Campus: Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-305

Job Purpose:  To control access of residents and their guests into the residence halls in accordance with the visitation policy. Ensure the safety of STJs community members by visually inspecting the StormCard and outside forms of I.D. of non-St. John’s guests.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Provide safety in the residence halls.
  • Greet students/guests.
  • Grant access to residents and sign-in authorized guests in accordance with the visitation policy.
  • Utilize the lenel and visitation computer systems.
  • Make proper notifications to Public Safety when necessary. 

Equipment Used:

  • Computers, card readers, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Computer and typing skills.
  • Communication skills.
  • Ability to work well under pressure.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Must be in good judicial standing.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to work 15-20 hours per week including weekends and University holidays.
  • Flexible work schedule, which includes 5-6 hr. blocks during the week and 8 hr. blocks during weekends.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Communication, Customer Service, Security Applications, Time Management, Multitasking.

In addition to completing the online student application students should also send a copy of your resume to: Lillian Donovan, Resident Safety Coordinator, Department of Public Safety at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Campus

Queens

Department

Student Affairs – Operations & Event Support Services Staff

Student

College Work Study

Job ID

S01969-205E

Job Purpose:  The D’Angelo Center Operations Staff is responsible for assisting with the management of the facility during the week, evening hours and some nights and weekends.  It is imperative that the Operations Staff be familiar with the building, its equipment, policies, programmatic services, and the day to day schedule of events.  The position also requires knowledge of the University.  The role of Operations Staff encompasses problem solving, interpreting policies, and serving as a student resource.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Facilitate and monitor events in the D’Angelo Center and across campus.
  • Assist Managers with D’Angelo Center opening and closing procedures.
  • Handling of Game room & event funds
  • Provide back-up support to building services, Campus Concierge, audio visual, and facilities staff.
  • General upkeep of the building & ensures correct placement of furnishings throughout the building.
  • Set up and preparation of event and meeting spaces in the D’Angelo Center and select locations across campus.
  • Inspect rooms within the D’Angelo Center and Little Theatre for damages, cleanliness and document any issues that need to be addressed; provides documentation to the Supervisor.
  • Knowledgeable of emergency procedures and troubleshoot concerns within the D’Angelo Center.
  • Understand and follow the policies and procedures of St. John’s University D’Angelo Center.
  • Check bulletins for unauthorized or outdated posters and flyers and remove if necessary.
  • Attend staff meetings and training sessions as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Equipment Used:

  • iPod touch, laptops, pipe and drape, tables, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with campus involvement, events, and university-wide policies.
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Ability to work between 15-20 hours per week, including evenings and weekends.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Active Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Ability to lift up to twenty (20) lbs.

All new employees receive training.

In addition to completing the online student employment application on MySJU, interested applicants must complete the following form: Operations Employment Application

In accordance with federal work study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work study grant. 

Title:  Student Worker

Campus: Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-305S

Job Purpose:  Public Safety student workers provide the University community and our guests with professional customer service regarding our Parking and StormCard Programs. 

Job Responsibilities:  (Fast paced, multi-tasking environment)

  • Provide exceptional customer service (answer questions, and direct to the proper individual(s))
  • General office duties (examples: answering telephones, faxing, file management, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes, and making copies)
  • Issue Parking Permits and updating the parking database
  • Taking photographs and creating StormCards
  • Program Residence Village locks
  • Troubleshooting (technology, StormCard & Parking issues and customer concerns)
  • Assist in special projects and events (other administrative duties as assigned)
  • Perform Data entry as required into spreadsheets and databases
  • Collaboration on improving office policy and procedure
  • Understanding of the University Parking Rules and Regulations
  • Working hours range between 7am – 11pm, weekends as required – throughout the calendar year

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, cameras, scanner, swipe technology, electronic locks

Qualifications: 

  • Willingness to learn and contribute to a team
  • Prior customer service experience preferred
  • Familiarity with basic office equipment
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel)
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Willingness to tackle new projects
  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week including possible night and weekend shifts.
  • Willingness to work the summer, winter, and spring breaks
  • Willingness to model the STJ Student Code of Conduct

Skill Development Areas:

  • ID-card production (photography); Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication skills (verbal and listening), Technology

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Light lifting, ability to walk distances within campus

In addition to completing the online employment application, students must also send a copy of your cover letter and resume to Kaidan Puglisi [email protected].  Please be sure to include your X number when responding.

In accordance with federal work study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work study grant. 

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:   Queens – Seton Complex  (Position is located off campus)

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-589

Job Purpose: 

This position is to work as a student worker at the front desk/reception area of the Center for Psychological Services, located at Seton Complex.  The Center was founded to provide comprehensive psychological services to community residents at a modest cost while serving as a primary training site for the doctoral Clinical Psychology and doctoral and master’s School Psychology programs.  The work-study student will receive training in reception duties at this mental health facility.  He/she will report to, and will be supervised by the Co-Secretaries.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Greet clients and assist them in filling out relevant forms.
  • Scheduling and confirming appointments. 
  • Answering telephone and directing calls/messages to appropriate recipient.
  • Faxing, making client charts, and making copies.
  • Data entry into the Center’s scheduling and record system.
  • Additional duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:

  • Computers, fax machines, photocopier, swipe technology, audio/video equipment.

Qualifications: 

  • Freshmen preferred – Students often have the opportunity to remain at the center for the course of their St. John’s tenure.
  • Psychology and Education students preferred; however, open to other disciplines.
  • Ability to work well with others and provide excellent customer service.
  • Flexible schedule – Center hours are 11:00 A.M. – 9:00 P.M Mon – Thurs, Friday 9:00AM – 6:00PM, –  Sat. 8:30 A.M. – 1 P.M.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional is essential
  • Good communication skills and phone skills.
  • Detail oriented.

Skill development Areas:

  • Customer Service, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Time Management.

In addition to completing the online student application, applicants must send a copy of your resume and cover letter to either Linda Jedlicka at [email protected]  or Alston Fishburne [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Campus: Queens

Student: College Work Study 

Department: Athletic Events and Programming

Job ID: S01969-391
 
Work Schedule

Must be able to work nights and weekends. Our department centralizes around working the athletic events on campus so your schedule must be flexible and you must be able to work events.

Duties and Responsibilities

Working sporting events on campus. Great opportunity to get involved in the athletic department working the athletic events dealing with the event operations including setting up scoreboard equipment, sound, handling visiting teams, officials, and other aspects of event management. We also handle special events for the athletic department and have office hours.

Skills

  • Good communication skills, must be able to stand for long periods of time and have an interest in Athletic Operations.

Comments

  • Nights and weekends are required.

In addition to completing the online student worker application, interested candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job Purpose:  Support to Accounting department for the year end close, also through the summer months and academic year.

Job ID:  S01969-302A

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist in reconciling general ledger numbers to other reports
  • Prepare and update Excel spreadsheets
  • Enter journal entries in the University Accounting system, Banner
  • Perform mail merge function in MS Word for Unclaimed Property Notifications
  • Assist in the department effort regarding the year-end close and audit
  • Assist in coordinating with other departments to obtain information and to resolve problems
  • Assist in handling complaints or concerns received from various internal and external customers and work towards their resolution
  • Make copies and prepare mailings
  • Other duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, telephones, photocopier and scanner.

Qualifications: 

  • Basic accounting principles.
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel).
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.
  • Ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week.
  • Flexible schedule between the hours of 8:30am-4:30pm
  • Experience preferred using Banner/UIS, but not mandatory
  • Must be able to work during the summer months

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students must send a copy of your resume and cover letter to Irma Gevero at [email protected] or Jill Wong at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-432B

Job Purpose:  Assist with admission, front office operations, and administrative duties for the Office of Graduate Studies at the Law School.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Manage the front desk – meet and greet student and guests
  • Answer telephone and take messages
  • Assemble new student applications
  • Scan new file applications to shared drive and ACES2
  • Filing/Typing
  • Assist graduate/LL.M. students with inquiries
  • Assist in marketing mailings
  • Assist with important projects
  • Data entry (MS Excel skills a must)
  • Support members of the Graduate Studies Team
  • Research projects
  • Retrieve mail
  • Run errands within the Law School building

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent communication skills and strong attention to detail
  • Great interpersonal skills
  • Basic receptionist skills
  • Problem-solving abilities
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word & Excel  
  • Typing, Data Entry, Emailing, Mailing
  • Reliable
  • Dependable
  • Punctual
  • Neat

Skill Development Areas:

  • Social Media, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

In addition to completing the online student employment application, please send a copy of your resume and cover letter to Ms. Sheila Aronson at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work study grant. 

Title:  Liberty Partnerships Program Tutor

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study Student

Job ID:  S01969-910T

Job Purpose:  To provide academic support and enrichment services to High School aged students in one or more of the following subjects: Math, Science, English, History, and Foreign Language.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide tutorial support for project participants in individual or small group settings
  • Maintain a current knowledge of current and relevant academic curriculum practices
  • Collaborate with LPP teachers and/or school personnel to design and implement academic interventions for students
  • Assist in monitoring student progress and maintain student progress reports;
  • Set an exemplary model of how students should conduct themselves in an academic setting
  • Participate in project activities (including Community Service) and events with students
  • Other clerical duties or special projects as assigned
  • Familiarity with computer programs (Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), Smart Board technology, office telephones, fax machines, photocopiers, cameras, etc.
  • Attend tutorial trainings
  • Travel required to partnering High School: John Adams High School

Qualifications:

  • Deep rooted passion in serving, inspiring and motivating youth in helping them achieve their goals
  • Experience working with youth and/or in school setting
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented
  • Ability to work well with others and tackle new projects
  • Demonstrate professionalism when handling confidential matters
  • Background in participating in community-service projects
  • Bi-lingual (a plus, but not a requirement)
  • Ability to work up to 20 hours per week (Saturdays and some vacation breaks are required)

Skill Development Areas:

  • Professionalism
  • Punctuality
  • Communication Skills
  • Active Listening
  • Time-Management
  • Organizational Skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Initiative
  • Leadership
  • Patience
  • Team-building
  • Multitasking
  • Community Activism
  • Intercultural Proficiency
  • Student Learning
  • Discipline

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • There may be minor lifting transporting program materials and files to and from classrooms, on trips, etc. (5-25lbs)

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students should also send a copy of your resume and cover letter to Ms. Tina Souverain-Weekes at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work study grant. 

Title:   Student Worker

Campus:   Queens Campus

Student Requested: College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-139

Job Purpose:  

The Student Worker role is a part-time role within the Department of Environmental Health & Safety, and reports to the Procurement Coordinator, Science Supply.  The primary duties of this position involve the ordering, receiving and distributing of laboratory chemicals, equipment and supplies for the science departments located in St. Albert Hall (G-016).  

Job Responsibilities: 

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Customer Service - Interacts with faculty and students in a professional and courteous manner to meet their needs.
  • Placement of orders & creation of Purchase Order via the Banner system and P-card database.
  • Order receipt and delivery - 
  • Opens and inspects packages;
  • Distributes chemicals, equipment and supplies to appropriate locations
  • Documents items received via the Banner system and Google Docs
  • Chemical bar-coding- Barcodes chemical containers for ChemTracker inventory
  • Maintains an orderly and clean science supply storeroom
  • Distribution of empty waste containers and receipt of sealed/labeled Bio-Hazardous waste and Sharp containers

Equipment Used:  

  • Computer
  • Maintenance equipment

Qualifications:

  • Good computer skills.  Microsoft Word and Excel experience a must.
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to be flexible to work between 10 – 15 hours per week.  Times and days will vary.
  • Science, Business, Computer Science, and Communications majors preferred.  Banner experience preferred, but will train.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening
  • Customer Service
  • Time Management
  • Multitasking
  • Communication
  • Student learning

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting items/equipment of 40-50 pounds may be necessary.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students should also send a copy of your resume, cover letter, and your class schedule to Suzette Weiss at [email protected]

This position is only available to those students who have been awarded a work study grant for the academic year.  Any resumes received from students that have not been awarded a work study grant will not be considered. 

Campus: Queens

Department: SJU SONYC Program Youth Worker

Title: Youth Worker

Location: Vista Academy

                 350 Linwood Street

                  Brooklyn, NY 11208

Job ID:  S01969-581O                  

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance with after school club activities (i.e. Newsletter, Mentoring, Book Club, Robotics, Athletics, Leadership, Photography, etc)
  • Provide academic and social support to project participants after school (homework help and academic enrichment in Math and Language Arts)
  • Assist with data collection and analysis
  • Attend program events including educational/cultural field trips, family events, and college tours
  • Attended weekly supervision meeting with the program director (mandatory)

Minimum Qualifications:

  • At least two year of postsecondary education completed
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience working with middle school disadvantaged student populations
  • Demonstrates proficiency in the academic area for which tutoring is provided (math , english, history, science)

Skills:

  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Excellent verbal and writing skills
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office applications
  • Strong foundation in at least two content areas (i.e. math, english, social studies, and science)
  • Bilingual strongly encouraged

Work Schedule:

  • Monday-Friday from 2:00 pm-6:00 pm daily
  • Some Saturdays required
  • Flexible (will work with student schedule)
  • Start Date: September 17, 2018
  • Up to 15 hours per week

*Please note that this position is located off-campus and that students are required to travel to the location above in Brooklyn.

*In addition to completing the online student application, interested candidates must submit their resume to Nate Perez, Program Director at [email protected].

*Interested students are also encouraged to visit the Gear UP office located in St. John's Hall, Room B13, for more information.

Department: SJU GEAR UP/NYGEAR UP Programs

Title: Tutor/Mentor

Location: Long Island City High School; William Cullen Bryant High School                    

Job ID:  S01969-581T

Job Purpose: To provide academic and social support to "at risk" students that will increase their academic performance and preparation for postsecondary education

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide academic support to high school students during school (Algebra, Living Environment, English, Global History, US History, and other subjects)
  • Serve as mentors for project participants and assist with college preparedness tasks
  • Provide college readiness workshops
  • Provide academic advisement to project participants
  • Assist with the collection of project services data (i.e.- attendance, event sign-in sheets)
  • Assist with the coordination of college visits and educational field trips
  • Facilitate the MAAX program curriculum during select courses
  • Attend program events including educational/cultural field trips, family events, and college tours
  • Attend supervision meetings & trainings (mandatory)

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A least two years of postsecondary education completed
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience working with high school underserved student populations
  • Demonstrates proficiency in the academic area for which tutoring is provided (Math, English, Social Studies and Science)

Skills/Requirements:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent computer skills (i.e.- Microsoft Office)
  • Excellent verbal and writing skills
  • Commitment to supporting positive youth development
  • Strong foundation in at least two content areas (i.e. Math, English, Social Studies and Science)
  • Bilingual strongly encouraged

Work Schedule

  • This is a school-based program
  • Monday-Friday within the hours of 8:00am- 4:00pm
  • Some Saturdays may be required

Please note that this position is located off-campus and that students are required to travel to the locations above in Long Island City, Queens.

In addition to completing the online student application, interested candidates must submit their resume to Alexandra Marquez, Director at [email protected]

*Interested students are also encouraged to visit the GEAR UP office located in St. John’s Hall, Room B13 for more information. A program application and content area assessment will also be required.

Department: SJU GEAR UP/NYGEAR UP Programs

Title: Tutor/Mentor

Location: Long Island City High School; William Cullen Bryant High School                       

Job ID:  G00747-581T

Job Purpose: To provide academic and social support to "at risk" students that will increase their academic performance and preparation for postsecondary education

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide academic support to high school students during school (Algebra, Living Environment, English, Global History, US History, and other subjects)
  • Serve as mentors for project participants and assist with college preparedness tasks
  • Provide college readiness workshops
  • Provide academic advisement to project participants
  • Assist with the collection of project services data (i.e.- attendance, event sign-in sheets)
  • Assist with the coordination of college visits and educational field trips
  • Facilitate the MAAX program curriculum during select courses
  • Attend program events including educational/cultural field trips, family events, and college tours
  • Attend supervision meetings & trainings (mandatory)

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A least two years of postsecondary education completed
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience working with high school underserved student populations
  • Demonstrates proficiency in the academic area for which tutoring is provided (Math, English, Social Studies and Science)

Skills/Requirements:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent computer skills (i.e.- Microsoft Office)
  • Excellent verbal and writing skills
  • Commitment to supporting positive youth development
  • Strong foundation in at least two content areas (i.e. Math, English, Social Studies and Science)
  • Bilingual strongly encouraged

Work Schedule

  • This is a school-based program
  • Monday-Friday within the hours of 8:00am- 4:00pm
  • Some Saturdays may be required

Please note that this position is located off-campus and that students are required to travel to the locations above in Long Island City, Queens.

In addition to completing the online student application, interested candidates must submit their resume to Alexandra Marquez, Director at [email protected]

*Interested students are also encouraged to visit the GEAR UP office located in St. John’s Hall, Room B13 for more information. A program application and content area assessment will also be required.

TITLE:  Student Worker

CAMPUS:  Queens

STUDENT REQUESTED: College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-583L

JOB PURPOSE:  Student should be capable of providing support to faculty and staff in the department.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands  on campus and making copies
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Data Entry into a Microsoft excel spreadsheet for P&B Committee
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.
  • Supply inventory and organization
  • Distribute mail for faculty/staff

EQUIPMENT USED:     

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, etc.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience preferred
  • Good Computer Skills
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Willingness to tackle new projects
  • Organized
  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week
  • Must have the ability to handle confidential matters and maintain professionalism
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented
  • Works well under deadline

SKILL DEVELOPMENT AREAS:

  • Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Listening, Customer Service

In addition to completing the online application, students must also send a copy of their resume to Luz Mery Benitez in the PHS Department at [email protected]

**Please note that students enrolled in the College of Pharmacy are not eligible to apply for this position.**

Campus: Queens

Department: Facilities – Law School

Job ID: S01969-421F

Student: College Work Study

Work Schedule: Weekday Shifts Available (7 a.m. – 3 p.m.), Weekend work available during special events

Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Collect all recyclable materials from all floors including the cafeteria and deposit them in the appropriate containers on the loading dock.
  2. Make certain that all furniture is in its proper place and all classrooms are stocked with supplies on a daily basis.
  3. Hand deliver important documents across campus to other buildings and pick up any important documents or supplies needed for the building.
  4. Make certain that all library carrel chairs are in place and all carrel lights are working and turned off and replace those that need replacement.
  5. Assist your supervisor in completing event setups (moving furniture to specifications under supervision)
  6. Check all ceiling tiles for damage and/or stains and report to supervisor
  7. Check all lights (especially exit sign lights) to make sure they are working properly. Report to supervisor the location of any light that needs to be replaced.
  8. Remove all outdated notices from all bulletin boards and classroom doors.
  9. Check all areas of both buildings for cleanliness and report to supervisor areas in need of immediate attention.
  10. Assist with supervisor deliveries dropped off at the loading dock and distribute to proper offices (Xerox boxes, furniture, etc.)

Skills

  • Basic Microsoft Office knowledge (Word/Excel/PowerPoint).


Comments

  • Maintenance responsibilities as assigned.
  • Heavy lifting is required (25lb – 50lb) 

In addition to completing the online student application, interested candidates should forward their resume to Vincent Marsh at [email protected]

Please note that only students who have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic year can apply for this position.  Resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been granted a work-study award.

Start: 

Position 1 – Start date is March, 2019 through selected candidate’s graduation date

Position 2 – Start date is September, 2019 through selected candidate’s graduation date

(Probation period of 3 months for each)

Hours:

20 + hours per week; slightly more hours during the summer – may be less hours during

Academic year – which will be discussed on interview.

Summary: 

This position is for Information Technology and the candidate will provide administrative and clerical support, as indicated below

Job ID: S02183-227

Minimum Qualifications

  • Student Worker or Graduate Student pursuing an Accounting, Finance or Business degree
  • Sharp attention to detail and thoroughness
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing
  • Good phone etiquette
  • Capable of managing different projects at the same time
  • Excellent proficiency in MS Excel, Word, Power Point
  • Knowledge and experience with Banner Financial System would be an advantage (But, we can train!)
  • Professional, confident and personable

Responsibilities:

  • Providing support to our Financial Director and Financial Analyst on all business issues pertaining to Accounts Payable/Receivables, Purchasing, Bursar, Legal and Financial transactions. 
  • Process purchase orders and check requests
  • Close out of all work orders on Print & Distribution system
  • Manage daily vendor grids w/payment updates
  • Research & analyze expense history
  • Prepare excel grids related to expenses
  • Assist with year-end accruals and financial payments
  • Posting contracts to our Contract Management system
  • Copying, filing, and scanning
  • Calling vendors for invoices
  • Interaction with internal and external personnel
  • Assistance with IT business reports/surveys, as needed
  • Document pickups from internal departments (Business Affairs, Legal, HR, Facilities…etc.)
  • Placing orders for toner, paper and office supplies
  • Editing PowerPoint presentations and Word documents
  • Front office receptionist coverage for Executive Secretaries
  • Working on special projects and events, such as Laptop distribution, student pilot programs, President’s Dinner, IT Showcase, office socials, assistance to Sr. Directors, etc.

Character:

  • Confident
  • Articulate
  • Pleasant disposition
  • Trustworthy
  • Professional Appearance
  • Team Player

Interested candidates should submit their resume to Mary Morhart at [email protected]

Position:  College Work Study 

Department:  Student Financial Services – Pell Verification

Location:  Queens Campus, Newman Hall

Job ID:  S01969-152

Purpose/role of position within organization:  The student worker serves as an integral part of the Student Financial Service area by providing quality customer service to students, assisting staff and administrators, and communicating regularly with other departments throughout the university.

Job Responsibilities:  Student will assist in the following:

  • Assist staff in answering calls from the CSC
  • Review documents submitted to ensure accuracy
  • Prepare and mail Verification Request cards as needed
  • Collate and fold letters for mailing
  • Alphabetize all documentation as needed
  • Review Extender to insure documents have been imaged

Qualifications:  

  • Must be a full time student in good academic standing (2.0 GPA)
  • Previous office and administrative experience preferred 
  • Must have strong communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with peers, supervisors, staff and other individuals 
  • Must feel comfortable working independently 
  • Proficient with computers and in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Willingness to tackle new projects
  • Ability to work between 15-20 hours per week and available during winter/summer breaks

Length of employment:  Position is an available employment throughout the entire year from June to July.

Evaluation of student’s performance will be completed once a semester and meetings will be held throughout academic year to discuss office policy and other important information.

Interested students should apply through the online Student Employment application in addition to sending their cover letter and resume to Mrs. Kerri Scianna at [email protected] 

Title:  Student Worker

Campus: Queens Campus

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-442B

Job Purpose:

Provide customer service support for the Peter J. Tobin College of Business Graduate Division Dean’s Office. Provide professional, quality telephone support and customer service assistance to all students and office guests.  Assist with administrative duties and special projects as assigned.

This position is a front line, customer service position that requires attention to detail, strong customer service skills with a professional and courteous work ethic and demeanor.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, scanning, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, preparing mailings, typing, making copies and special projects
  • Greet students and office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.

Equipment Used:

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access).
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work between 10 – 15 hours per week (Mondays 11:00AM to 7:00PM, Tuesday through Thursday 8:30AM to 4:30PM and Friday 8:30AM to 3:00PM).  Will work around students’ class schedule

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication

Resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student does not have work-study.  A work-study grant for the academic school year is required for any resumes submitted for this position.

In addition to completing the online student application, students must send a copy of your resume and cover letter to Mary Elizabeth Steiner at [email protected]

Title:  Student Videographer

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  Regular Student 

Job ID:  S02400-251 

Job Purpose:  To assist the Video Producers in all production and post-production aspects.

Job Responsibilities:  

  • Assist with special projects as assigned
  • Meta tagging archived footage.
  • Assist with running errands, working with talent in a professional manner.
  • General upkeep of all equipment. 
  • Knowledge of all facets of video production; becoming more creative.

Equipment Used:   

  • DSLR Camera systems, GoPro, FS7, LED lights, Adobe Premier, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Mac computers.

Qualifications:  

  • Mac computer skills.
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.  
  • Ability to handle confidential matters and be professional.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle video production.
  • Ability to work between 15-20 hours per week.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Proficient writer.
  • Flexible schedule; including weekends and nights.
  • Have a good sense of humor.
  • TV & Film and Communication Arts majors preferred.

Skill Development Areas: 

  • Communication, Shooting techniques, editing techniques, motion graphics

Unusual Physical Demands: 

  • Lifting equipment up to 15-20 pounds.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students must send a copy of your resume and  past video work to Linda Romano at [email protected] and Evan Gardner at [email protected]

Title:  Student Videographer - Events

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study Student 

Job ID:  S01969-251 

Job Purpose:  To assist the Video Producers in shooting, archiving, and editing event footage.

Job Responsibilities:  

  • Shooting live Q & A coverage, extended talks and panels, events and parties, red carpets, admission events, and other calendar events as needed.  Must be able to upload footage for use in a timely manner.
  • Meta tagging archived footage.
  • Assist with running errands, working with talent in a professional manner.
  • General upkeep of all equipment. 
  • Knowledge of all facets of video production; becoming more creative.

Equipment Used:   

  • DSLR Camera systems, LED lights, Adobe Premier, Mac computers.

Qualifications:  

  • Mac computer skills.
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.  
  • Ability to handle confidential matters and be professional.
  • Ability to work between 10-20 hours per week.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to work as a “freelancer” where your schedule can change from week to week. 
  • Flexible schedule; including weekends and nights.
  • Be a representative of St. John’s in a professional manner.

Skill Development Areas: 

  • Communication, Shooting techniques, editing techniques, motion graphics

Unusual Physical Demands: 

  • Lifting equipment up to 15-20 pounds.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students must send a copy of your resume to Linda Romano at [email protected] and Evan Gardner at [email protected]

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

Job Purpose: This is summer positionthat could lead to a continuing position.

This is an administrative assistant position supporting the Director and Associate Director of Gift Planning in the Office of Advancement.

Job ID:  S01969-197

Job Responsibilities:  

  • Provide support to the Director and Associate Director with project-related and day-to-day tasks.
  • Assist with answering telephones, filing correspondences, running errands on campus, special mailings, and making copies.
  • Enter confidential data into database systems including Banner, Reeher, and Excel spreadsheets.
  • Prepare informational and welcome packets for prospects and donors.
  • Prepare donor acknowledgements and birthday cards for review and approval.
  • Assist with recruiting event attendees, making follow-up and confirmation calls for events. 
  • Assist with all event logistics including: preparing name badges, place cards, event programs, giveaways, room set-up, and attending the event. 
  • Maintain inventory of all promotional materials and office supplies. 

Equipment/Database Systems Used:

  • Computers, scanners, printers, fax machine, photocopier.
  • Microsoft Office, Banner, Reeher, QuadHub, Digiscribe, Drupal, Flickr, Bequest Manager.

Qualifications: 

  • Office experience preferred.
  • Business, Marketing, English, and Communications preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (i.e., Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint, and Access).
  • Ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Enthusiasm, creativity, and energy welcomed. 
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and work well with others.
  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week and an event on an evening and/or weekend.

Skill Development Areas: 

  • Customer service, time-management, multi-tasking, communication, willingness to engage with an older generation of alumni and friends.

In addition to completing the online student application, students should send a copy of their resume to Shu Zhen Bernardin, Associate Director of Gift Planning at [email protected].

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

Job ID:  S01969-442

Job Purpose:  This position is a front line, customer service position that requires attention to detail, strong customer service skills with a professional and courteous work ethic and demeanor, as it supports the Undergraduate Program Office Staff and Assistant Deans/Academic Advisors.

Job Responsibilities:  

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, scanning, filing, and running errands on campus, preparing mailings, typing, making copies and special projects.
  • Greet students and office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Light data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet when necessary.

Equipment Used:   

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications:  

  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access).
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work between 10 – 20 hours per week (Mondays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.).  Will work around students’ class schedule.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should send a copy of your cover letter and resume to Sheila Russell at [email protected].  Please be sure to include your X number when responding.

Students currently enrolled in Tobin College of Business are not eligible to apply.

In accordance with federal work study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work study grant.

Title:  Office of Assessment Student Worker/College of Pharmacy

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  Graduate Student

Job ID:  G02250-582

Job Purpose:  The Office of Assessment collects, analyzes and disseminates all data pertaining to the academic success of our students for all College academic programs and evaluates compliance with assessment standards for all programs and accrediting bodies of the College.  This position will assist students who are interested in learning higher-level assessment and educational techniques.  Students who are interested in developing excellent communication skills working with faculty and analyzing large datasets will benefit from this position.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with examination grading via ParScore and Scantron software, running reports and providing data to faculty.
  • Data entry for academic assessment purposes, for all college programs.
  • Assist with administration of computer-based testing modalities, such as ExamSoft.
  • Assist with survey building and analysis for various Office projects.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • The student must be enrolled in a graduate program at St. John’s University such as Education, Communications, Data Mining or any other related program.
  • Must have completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Experience required:  The student must have the ability to learn and master digital technologies and work with data.  He/she must have the capacity to develop excellent communication skills and must have the ability to express himself/herself clearly as well as communicating creative ideas precisely.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Related work experience preferred.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.

Skill Development Areas:

  •  Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students should also send a copy of their resume, along with cover letter to Mr. Anthony Marziliano at [email protected].

Title:  Student Worker – Sociology & Anthropology Department

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-545

Job Purpose:  The purpose of this position is to help maintain efficient daily operations of the Sociology and Anthropology Dept. by assisting the Secretary in efforts to support Department Chair, faculty and students as needed throughout the academic year.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist with answering telephones, recording messages, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
  • Create and update lists as required.
  • Inventory supplies and report to Secretary what needs replenishment.
  • Maintain bulletin boards posting important current informational materials as needed.
  • Build and replenish packets for the department concerning Open House and Majors Fair materials.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.        

Equipment Used:

  •   Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner.

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with office equipment helpful but will train (computer, fax machine, scanner, Xerox machine, etc.) concerning office procedures.
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel).
  • Excellent communication skills and pleasant demeanor is necessary.
  • Detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Able to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 10 – 15 hours per week.

Skill Development Areas:

  •  Listening, Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students should send a cover letter and resume to Ms. Mary Alison Cunneen at [email protected]

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens – Law School (Belson Hall)

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-421I

Job Purpose:  This is an academic year position in the law school. You will support the Information Technology department with general office and classroom duties.

Job Responsibilities:  

  • Greet students and guests create help desk tickets on the computer for all work requested.
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence and running errands on campus.
  • Data entry into help desk ticketing system.
  • Make suggestions on how to streamline a process or task that is manual.
  • Build and review packets for the department.
  • Check printers for paper throughout the day.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned. 

Equipment Used:   

  • Computers, video cameras, projectors, microphones.

Qualifications:  

  • Familiarity with classroom equipment –microphones, projectors
  • Good computer skills Microsoft office.
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented. 
  • Computer science major would be a plus.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional. 
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 10 – 20 hours per week (some morning hours preferred 8:00am ).
  • Flexible schedule.

Skill Development Areas: 

  • Customer Service, Listening, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Student learning.

Unusual Physical Demands: 

  • Able to lift 20 pounds.

In addition to completing the online student application, students should also send a copy of your resume and cover letter to Tracy Bonaventure at [email protected]
 

Title:  Student Worker – College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Dean’s Office

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-582

Job Purpose:  Under the supervision of Assistant Director for Administration & Student Activities, the student worker will assist with day to day operations of the office between the hours of 8:30am – 4:30pm (Mondays through Thursday) an 8:30am – 3pm (Fridays).  The student will greet students, faculty administrators, alumni and preceptors and appropriately direct them to the right office.   

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Excellent communication skills: both verbal and written.
  • Covering the front desk by answering phone, routing messages and greeting visitors.
  • Answers basic questions about college programs and make referrals to departments as necessary.
  • Distribute mail twice a day.
  • Helps to maintain inventory of supplies.
  • Assist with mailings and other projects as needed.
  • Makes copies, file and do other office support tasks as necessary.
  • Enter data efficiently and accurately.
  • Posts fliers and signage around the building.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, and swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer skills and experience posting a variety of content across different platforms.
  • Attention to detail and an ability to think creatively and efficiently while maintaining organization.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Related work experience preferred.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.

 

Skill Development Areas:

  • Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

 

**Students currently enrolled in any of the programs within the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences are not eligible to apply for this position**

 

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also send a copy of their cover letter, resume, and class schedule to Diana J. Patino at [email protected].

 

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:  Work Study

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

Job Purpose:  Provide support for the office staff.  

Job ID:  S01969-558

Job Responsibilities:  

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s)
  • Create presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Other clerical duties or special projects as assigned. 

Equipment Used:   

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier.

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with the office equipment (list equipment you prefer them to have experience with).
  • Good computer skills (example Microsoft Word and Excel).
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented. 
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional. 
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 20 hours per week (Monday to Friday).

Skill Development Areas: 

  • Listening, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication,

In addition to completing the online student worker application, students should also send a copy of your resume to Bernadette Zacharuk at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

 

Title:  Work Study - Web Producer

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study Student 

Job ID:  S01969-251W

Job Purpose:  To assist the digital team in managing web-related initiatives. The candidate will be responsible for development and maintenance of content on St. John’s University related web sites and will provide support to Account Directors and their client’s needs.

Job Responsibilities:  
•    Ensuring St. John’s brand identity and global site strategy throughout University web sites
•    Execute daily web site updates and quality assurance/maintenance protocols
•    Assist team in support and execution of content strategy within the CMS and within technical requirements and specifications of St. John’s digital entities
•    Assess web user needs through research and manage site sure satisfaction
•    Ensure that all content meeting ADA requirements

Equipment Used:   

•    Mac or PC
•    Drupal 8

Qualifications:  

•    Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.  
•    Ability to handle confidential matters and be professional.
•    Ability to work between 10-20 hours per week.
•    Ability to work well with others.
•    Interested in web, digital, and analytics related field required
•    Strong customer relationship, project management skills, and technical savvy.  
•    Experience in CMS, preferably Drupal, web-based development and data analysis tools 
•    Experience with HTML5, Adobe Creative Suite, Basecamp

Skill Development Areas: 

•    Communications, HTML, CMS, Data Analytics

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students must send a copy of your resume to Patricia Watts at [email protected].
 


Title:  Student Caller (Summer) 

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  Regular Student Worker 

Job Purpose:  Student callers will work in the call center, calling alumni to ask for donations and to update them with University activity.  This position is from June 10th through August 14th.

Job ID:  S03925-176A

Job Responsibilities:  

•    Making phone calls to alumni to ask for donations. 
•    Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned. 

Equipment Used:   

•    Computers, phone.
Qualifications:  
•    Experience with phone solicitation preferred.
•    Familiarity with the office equipment
•    Excellent communication skills and detail oriented. 
•    The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional. 
•    Ability to work well with others.
•    Willingness to tackle new projects.
•    Must be able to work a minimum of two shifts per week (shifts are Monday , Tuesday and Wednesday 6pm – 9pm)

Skill Development Areas: 

•    Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Student learning.


In addition to completing the online student application, students should send a copy of their resume Donald McKay at [email protected]

Position:  Student worker Student Financial Services – Loans

Classification of Position:  College Work Study Assistant

Job ID:  S01969-152L

Location:  Queens Campus - Newman Hall

Name of Supervisor:  Mary Paskor

Purpose/role of position:  The student worker serves as an integral part of the Student Financial Service area by providing quality customer service to students, assisting staff and administrators, and communicating regularly with other departments throughout the university.

Job Responsibilities:  Student will assist in the following:

  • Assist staff in answering calls from the CSC
  • Review documents submitted to ensure accuracy
  • Review Aging Report to identify probable load issues
  • Assist with Skip Traces – update banks with latest address information
  • Collate and fold letters for mailing
  • Alphabetize all documentation as needed

Qualifications: 

  • Must be a full time student in good academic standing (2.0 GPA)
  • Previous office and administrative experience preferred
  • Must have strong communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with peers, supervisors, staff and other individuals
  • Must feel comfortable working independently
  • Proficient with computers and in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Willingness to tackle new projects
  • Ability to work between 15-20 hours per week and available during winter/summer breaks

Length of employment:  Position is an available employment throughout the entire year from June to July.

Evaluation of students will be completed once a semester and meetings will be held throughout academic year to discuss office policy and other important information

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested candidates must also submit their cover letter, resume, and class schedule to Mrs. Kerri Scianna at [email protected]

This position is only available to students that have been awarded work study for the academic year.

Position:  Student worker – Student Financial Services - Endowments/Scholarships

Classification of Position:  College Work Study Assistant

Job ID:  S01969-152E

Location:  Queens campus, Newman Hall

Name of Supervisor:  Maryanne Twomey

Purpose/role of position:  The student worker serves as an integral part of the Student Financial Service area by providing quality customer service to students, assisting staff and administrators, and communicating regularly with other departments throughout the university.

Job Responsibilities:  Student will assist in the following:

  • Preparing and filing files
  • Typing
  • Assemble mailings
  • Review rosters to confirm awards
  • Post awards, i.e., scholarships, GA awards, grants, vouchers, religious
  • Review all documents for accuracy, GA agreements, EPCF forms
  • Update information in Banner
  • Review lists for VA students, update VA students’ files and on Banner
  • Review and organize all in coming documents for student status i.e., are they registered and confirmed, can their awards be posted based on documentation on file, make changes and note on Banner as necessary.
  • Keeping all binders up to date – by semester, alphabetized, by last name
  • Preparing new binders and filing previous semester files in folders
  • Transporting inter-office mail to and from Bent
  • Taking phone messages when staff is out of the office
  • Assisting staff and administrators as needed

Qualifications: 

  • Must be a full time student in good academic standing (2.0 GPA)
  • Previous office and administrative experience preferred
  • Must have strong communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with peers, supervisors, staff and other individuals
  • Must feel comfortable working independently
  • Proficient with computers and in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Willingness to tackle new projects
  • Ability to work between 15-20 hours per week and available during winter/summer breaks

Length of employment:  Position is an available employment throughout the entire year from June to July.

Evaluation of students will be completed once a semester and meetings will be held throughout academic year to discuss office policy and other important information

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested candidates must also submit their cover letter, resume, and class schedule to Mrs. Kerri Scianna at [email protected]

This position is only available to students that have been awarded work study for the academic year.

 

Position:  Student worker in Student Financial Services - TAP/Perkins/HPL/CWS area

Classification of Position:  College Work Study Assistant

Job ID:  S01969-152T

Location:  Queens campus, Newman Hall

Name of Supervisor:  Victoria Bodyikoglu and/or Kerri Scianna

Purpose/role of position within organization: The student worker serves as an integral part of the Student Financial Services area by providing quality customer service to students, assisting staff and administrators, and communicating regularly with other departments throughout the university.

Job Responsibilities:  Student will assist in the following:

  • Administrative responsibilities include preparing and filing files, typing, assemble mailings, review rosters to confirm awards,
  • Review documents for accuracy, work study agreements, Perkins/HPL
  • Create schedules by semester for all student workers
  • Update information in Banner
  • Review and organize all in coming documents for waiver review
  • Assist in preparing bi-monthly reports to CWS supervisors

Qualifications: 

  • Must be a full time student in good academic standing (2.0 GPA)
  • Previous office and administrative experience preferred
  • Must have strong communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with peers, supervisors, staff and other individuals
  • Must feel comfortable working independently
  • Proficient with computers and in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Willingness to tackle new projects
  • Ability to work between 15-20 hours per week and available during winter/summer breaks

 

Length of employment: Position is an available employment throughout the entire year from June to July.

Evaluation of students will be completed once a semester and meetings will be held throughout academic year to discuss office policy and other important information

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested candidates must also submit their cover letter, resume, and class schedule to Mrs. Kerri Scianna at [email protected]

This position is only available to students that have been awarded work study for the academic year.

Staten Island Campus

The following student worker positions are currently open. The University offers two types of jobs for students: work-study positions (funded by a federal grant) and regular student positions (not funded by the federal grant). Before you apply for a work-study position, be sure that you qualify. Not sure? Find out more about the federal college work-study program.

*Please note that this position will not begin until after July 1, 2018*

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study  

Job Purpose:  The student worker position is per semester.  The primary focus of the student worker is to offer excellent customer service to St. John’s University community.  The student worker will assist the Associate Director and Secretary with overall office duties and Wellness programming.

Job ID:  S01969-352

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Maintain Strict Confidentiality of the Wellness Department.
  • Good communication skills and know how to handle difficult situations.
  • Maintain clean and friendly office atmosphere.
  • Offer a professional customer service attitude and appearance.
  • Assist, support and participate in Wellness Department Programs.
  • Perform various office duties such as using copy machine, faxing documents, and filing.
  • Distribute department program flyers in timely fashion.
  • Assist Graduate Assistant in updating Campus Bulletin Boards with information regarding upcoming Wellness Events.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer skills and communication skills.
  • Prior office experience recommended but not required.
  • Attention to detail and an ability to think creatively and efficiently while maintaining organization.
  • Strong communication and listening skills are necessary.  The ability to take direction is warranted.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.
  • Flexible schedule; Ability to assist with events on afternoons when applicable.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Confidentiality, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking      

               

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also send a copy of your resume to Dina Diodato at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

 

**Please not that this position will not begin until after July 1, 2018**

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Staten Island Campus

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-623

Job Purpose:   Assisting in the development and dissemination of promotional advertising for Campus Ministry Programs and Events. 

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Assist in creating flyers and posters and posting around campus.
  • Assisting with set-up and break-down of various Campus Ministry events.
  • Keeping track of office supplies and placing orders.
  • Daily office maintenance.
  • Knowledge of Campus Ministry programs and events.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.
  • Occasional evening hours.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with the office equipment.
  • Good computer skills (Publisher, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 10 – 15 hours per week (occasional evenings/weekends may be required).

Skill Development Areas:

  • Time Management, Multitasking, Communication.

In addition to completing the online student application, students must send a copy of your resume to: Rosemarie Sussex at [email protected].

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-156

Job Purpose:  Student workers will perform a variety of functions in support of Counselor Recruitment, Application Processing, Mail Assembly and Data Processing within the Office of Undergraduate Admission. Student workers will be required to provide excellent customer service and serve as a source of information for the public and the University Community

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Manage large weekly correspondence to prospective students, including stuffing envelopes, verifying that all addresses are legible and deliverable, and completing a checklist of mailed correspondence.
  • Perform general office duties, including but not limited to answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, making copies and running errands on campus.
  • Respond to admission questions via the Admission email accounts within 48 business hours of receipt.
  • Work at Admission special events (Open House, Accepted Students Day) including set-up and break-down.
  • Assemble packages with recruitment materials to ship to traveling staff/counselors.
  • Manage weekly inventory of marketing materials and giveaways. Deliver material to event sites on campus on foot or using a University vehicle.
  • Enter inquiry cards into a CRM web form. Correct addresses in the inquiry databases as needed.
  • Perform research project and prepare findings.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, telephone, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, letter folder, walkie-talkie, hand truck, and golf cart.

Qualifications:   

  • Prior volunteer or work experience preferred.
  • Excellent communication, time management, and analytical skills required. Strong attention to detail preferred.
  • Must be dependable and reliable. Must be able to meet scheduled deadlines. In case of absences, each student is expected to find a co-worker to cover scheduled shift.
  • Good computer skills (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, Internet).
  • Familiarity with the office equipment (Computers, telephone, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, letter folder).
  • Ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional at all times.
  • Ability to work well individually and with others.
  • Ability to work between 15 - 20 hours per week (Some early mornings, evenings, weekends and work during University breaks are required).
  • Valid driver’s license required for some positions.
  • Professional, office dress code required.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Written and Verbal Communication, Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, and Multitasking.

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Some positions require that the student worker be able to drive a golf cart or van.
  • Some positions require lifting 15-20lb packages and /or moving up and down a ladder while carrying 15-20lb packages. Some student workers may be required to hand-deliver 15-20lb packages.

In addition to completing the online Student employment application, interested student should send a copy of your cover letter and resume to David Pierre at [email protected].

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:  Student Associate

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-172

Job Purpose:  Reporting to the Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, this individual will provide administrative office support through e-mail and phone coverage, staffing events and general office duties

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Answering alumni relations main phone line, assisting with alumni inquiries and routing appropriately if needed
  • Managing alumni e-mail account
  • Designing spreadsheets, writing e-mail correspondence and mail merges
  • Staff alumni events when available
  • Assemble gift baskets and event giveaways
  • Correspond with alumni through e-mail and phone to schedule meetings, promote events and programs
  • Promote alumni programs and St. John’s information through social media

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer skills and experience posting a variety of content across different platforms.
  • Excellent communication skills and an ability to alter voice/tone through social media.
  • Attention to detail and an ability to think creatively and efficiently while maintaining organization.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Related work experience preferred.
  • Participate in all student associate meetings, when schedule allows.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week.
  • Extremely personable
  • Sense of humor
  • Able to work well in either a team or on your own

Skill Development Areas:

  • Communication, Project Management, Time Management, Multitasking, Business Writing

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting some boxes or transporting event materials

In addition to completing the online application, interested students should also send a copy of your resume to Isabel Scandaglia at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:  Student Government Assistant Secretary

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  Work Study - Student Worker

Job ID:  S01969-355

Job Purpose:  Student Government Incorporated is need of an Assistant Secretary to perform routine clerical and administrative functions that assist the senatorial and executive boards of Student Government. This position requires a student who is eager to assist students and organizations who visit the Student Government main office.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
  • Make suggestions on how to streamline a process or task that is manual.
  • Build and review packets for the department.

Equipment Used:

  • Poster printers, Photo-editing software, and copy machines.

Qualifications: 

  • Experience preferred in photo-editing software and clerical work
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Operating System
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to work with student organizations and administrative tasks

 

Skill Development Areas:

  • Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication

Unusual Physical Demands:

None

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students must submit their cover letter, resume, and schedule to David Gachigo at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:  Student Government, Inc. Graphic Designer

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested: Work Study Student

Job ID:  S01969-355G

Job Purpose:

As a Student Government, Inc. Graphic Designer, you will be required to provide SGI with graphic designs of posters, flyers logos (identifiers) and any other digital material within the scope of graphic design

Job Requirements:

  • Develop print & digital media, including graphic design, photos, etc. to assist in SGI’s promotional and transparency strategies
  • Creating posters and flyers for committees and E-board
  • Working closely with the PR committee to assist in maintaining SGI's online presence i.e. social media and website
  • Available to create graphics for organizations upon request (service charge would be applied to Earned Income accounts)
  • Can assist SGI & Organizations in creating graphics for their Org Sync web pages

Equipment Used:

  • iMac with Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator

Qualifications:

  • Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Applicant must supply a portfolio or samples of his/her work
  • General computer skills
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills
  • Familiarity with Student Government, Inc.
  • Familiarity with equipment used

Skill Development Areas:

  • Customer Service

In addition to completing the online student employment application interested students should also send a cover letter, resume, and class schedule to David Gachigo at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:  Concierge General Staff

Campus:   Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-355C

Job Purpose:  As a member of the Concierge staff you will attend to all of the needs and requirements of the Campus Concierge desk in the Campus Center.  This position is for one academic year.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with answering telephones and responding to emails regarding Campus Concierge events and/or other campus events.
  • Serve as a customer service representative for the Office of Student Life.  You will be expected to know and understand general university-wide policies and information on upcoming events and programs.
  • Properly record and complete ticket and voucher sale transactions for various events including Broadway Shows, on-campus activities, and movie tickets.
  • Retain the most up to date knowledge on daily events.  This will require you to check St. John’s Central frequently throughout the day, contact participating offices, review the master calendar, and search through other publications made available to you.
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
  • Maintain the upkeep of Student Life display cases and post fliers around campus.
  • Other clerical duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, phone, computer tablets, swipe technology

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with campus involvement, events, and university-wide policies.
  • Good computer skills (familiarity with Excel is required).
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week including nights and weekends.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Ability to walk one half mile.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also send a copy of your cover letter, resume, and class schedule to David Gachigo at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Department:  Student Life - Campus Recreation

Title:  Student Worker 

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-379

General Responsibilities

The Campus Recreation Staff is responsible for providing the Staten Island University Community with the opportunity to participate in a variety of formal and informal activities. Our staff is required to have knowledge of our operations, which include the Fitness Center in Kelleher Center and Campus Center Gymnasium. The position also requires knowledge of the University as a whole. The role of a Campus Recreation Student worker encompasses problem solving, interpreting policies, safety and serving as a student resource. 

Specific Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Observe and delegate for Kelleher Center Fitness and Campus Center Gym daily operations
  • Communicate any issues within the facilities to a Campus Recreation supervisor
  • Assist with opening, closing and daily procedures of all fitness and recreation facilities
  • Ability to assist all Fitness Center users on proper operation of all fitness equipment
  • Assist in the updating of calendars, bulletin boards and flyer racks around the facilities
  • Required to keep an active log of rental equipment and notify a supervisor when any equipment is missing or damaged
  • Be aware of emergency procedures of all Campus Recreation’s facilities and operations
  • Provide customer service to all patrons that participate in our programs and utilize our facilities and services
  • Understand, follow and enforce all of the policies and procedures of both Kelleher Fitness Center and the Campus Center Gymnasium
  • Attend staff meetings and training sessions as needed
  • Responsible for going on errands when needed
  • Other duties as assigned 

Transferable Skills

Effective leadership and oral communication skills, working with students, administrators, faculty and overall St. John’s University community; identify information sources appropriate to a problem or need and formulate questions to clarify a problem; make decisions that will maximize both individual and collective good.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested student should send their cover letter, resume, and class schedule to David Gachigo at [email protected]

In accordance with federal work-study guidelines, only students that have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year can apply for this position.  Any resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student has not been awarded a work-study grant. 

Title:   College Work Study

Campus:   Staten Island

Job ID:  S01969-158

Job Purpose:  Student workers in the Office of Student Enrollment Services/Registrar are required to assist in general office tasks such as answering phones, data entry, as well as assisting students and their families with financial aid/bursar/registrar questions.  The student will be expected to work during the academic school year and during breaks and summer.

Job Responsibilities

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, shredding and filing, processing transcript requests.
  • Answer questions pertaining to Graduation, and Adding, Dropping or Withdrawing from classes as well as other Registrar functions.
  • Assist at front desk when needed, answer general questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Answer questions about procedures such as on-line enrollment verifications, on-line diploma applications and direct students/parents to proper individual for assistance.
  • Assist Financial Aid and Bursar during busy periods.
  • Data entry.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computer, fax machine, photocopier, shredder, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with the office equipment (computer, fax, copier).Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel).
  • Excellent communication skills, professional, and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 12 – 20 hours per week (some evenings and summer hours are required).

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Banner System.

Work Schedule:

  • Approximately 12-20 hours weekly, to be scheduled on M-F between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. with some late evenings until 7:00 p.m., some holidays.
  • Applicants must also be able to work throughout the summer.

In addition to completing the on-line application, please send a copy of your resume to Carolyn Senatore Schiavo, Office of Student Enrollment Services, Kelleher Center, Room 116 – Fax # 718-390-4318 or email to [email protected]

Resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student does not have work study.  This position requires that students have been awarded a work study grant for the academic school year

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job Purpose:  This academic year position assists the CBS Facilities Manager in TMA Work Ticket creation and close out for all work requests submitted on the Staten Island Campus. 

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Be the liaison between the Facilities Services outsourced vendor and public safety for campus events.
  • Coordinate Residence Life work requests to be done in Grymes Hills Apartments.
  • Follow up on set up submissions for activities held across campus by all units.
  • Assist the Office of the Facilities Manager with space requests and clerical duties, i.e. phone messages, filing, etc. when available.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, telephone.

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer skills and quick learner to follow all steps in creating and closing out work orders
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and ability to maintain organization.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.
  • Hours are negotiable, contingent on class schedule.

Skill Development Areas:

       • Time Management, Multitasking

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • • N/A

In addition to completing the online student application, students should also send a copy of their cover letter and resume to Eilean Kosinski at [email protected]

Title:   Student Worker

Campus:  Staten Island

Department:  Residence Life

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job Purpose:  The student worker will assist with the overall day to day functioning and operations of the Office of Residence Life by providing customer service for University administrators, parents and students. Student worker (s) will assist Graduate Assistants and Residence Assistants with various operations and perform office tasks such as filing, answering phones and responding to inquiries. This position is available for both the academic year.  

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes, typing and making copies.
  • Greeting students, parents, administrators, answer questions, and provide excellent customer service.
  • Build and review packets for the department.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.
  • Assist with overseeing facilities request.
  • Notifying GAs and RAs when office supplies are low in the office.
  • Attend and participate in general staff meetings
  • Help GAs and RAs prepare for upcoming events and programming development

Equipment Used: 

  • Computers, fax machine, xerox, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with general office equipment
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word or Excel).
  • Excellent customer serve and communication skills
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Must have good phone etiquette
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Detailed oriented.
  • Flexible schedule (if required).

Skill Development Areas:

  • Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Organization.

In addition to completing the online student application, students should also send a copy of their cover letter and resume to Mary Tarawally at [email protected].

Title:   College Work Study

Campus:   Staten Island

Job ID:  S01969-158

Job Purpose:  Student workers in the Office of Student Enrollment Services/Registrar are required to assist in general office tasks such as answering phones, data entry, as well as assisting students and their families with financial aid/bursar/registrar questions.  The student will be expected to work during the academic school year and during breaks and summer.

Job Responsibilities

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, shredding and filing, processing transcript requests.
  • Answer questions pertaining to Graduation, and Adding, Dropping or Withdrawing from classes as well as other Registrar functions.
  • Assist at front desk when needed, answer general questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Answer questions about procedures such as on-line enrollment verifications, on-line diploma applications and direct students/parents to proper individual for assistance.
  • Assist Financial Aid and Bursar during busy periods.
  • Data entry.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computer, fax machine, photocopier, shredder, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with the office equipment (computer, fax, copier).Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel).
  • Excellent communication skills, professional, and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 12 – 20 hours per week (some evenings and summer hours are required).

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Banner System.

Work Schedule:

  • Approximately 12-20 hours weekly, to be scheduled on M-F between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. with some late evenings until 7:00 p.m., some holidays.
  • Applicants must also be able to work throughout the summer.

In addition to completing the on-line application, please send a copy of your resume to Carolyn Senatore Schiavo, Office of Student Enrollment Services, Kelleher Center, Room 116 – Fax # 718-390-4318 or email to [email protected]

Resumes submitted for this position will not be considered if the student does not have work-study.  This position requires that students have been awarded a work-study grant for the academic school year.

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Staten Island – Career Services

Student Requested:   College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-354

Job Purpose:  

Career Services Assistants play a valuable role in supporting the mission of University Career Services, serving as a resource to internal and external constituents, including students, faculty, administration and employers.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
  • Build and review packets for the department.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.
  • Resume and cover letter development.
  • Job and internship search basics.
  • Using our online resources (e.g., CareerLink, COACH, Vault)
  • Answer questions about major and career exploration, and how to utilize and access CareerLink
  • Assist staff with career-related research and other special projects
  • Represent Career Services at information tables during freshman orientation, open houses, and other outreach events
  • Assist staff with the development, promotion and staffing of events
  • Contribute to public relations initiatives (social media, blog, live tweeting from events, etc.)

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner

Qualifications: 

  • Experience with Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel preferred)
  • Interest in career readiness and helping other students
  • Excellent communication skills, detail oriented, and presentation skills
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.

Work Schedule:

  • Approximately 10 - 20 hours weekly M-F between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Transferrable skill building experience to add to your resume
  • Exposure to hundreds of internship and full-time job postings
  • Opportunity to network with employers

In addition to completing the online student application, students must send a cover letter, resume, and schedule of availability to Sophia Fenn, Career Services, Flynn Hall, Room 115, or email to [email protected]

Title:  College Work Study

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-153

Job Purpose:  The student worker serves as an integral part of the Student Financial Service area by providing quality customer service to students, assisting staff and administrators, and communicating regularly with other departments throughout the University.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Process tuition payments and deposits using Banner System.
  • Assist at Front Desk, answer general questions, take payments and direct parents and students to proper individual.
  • Become familiar with and review financial aid documentation, prepare and send to staging table.
  • Ensure all documentation is received at staging table and is clear and readable.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner.

Qualifications:

  • Must be a student in good academic standing (2.0 GPA).
  • Previous office and administrative experience preferred.
  • Must be outgoing with strong communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with peers, supervisors, staff and other individuals.
  • Must feel comfortable working independently.
  • Proficient with computers and in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel,Outlook).
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 15-20 hours per week and available to work during winter/summer breaks.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Banner System.

Work Schedule:

  • Approximately 15-20 hours weekly, to be scheduled on M-F between 8:30am and 4:30 pm with some holidays/weekends.
  • Applicants must also be able to work throughout the summer.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, please send a copy of your resume to Trina LoPrimo, Office of Student Enrollment Services, Kelleher Center, Room 116 – FAX 718-390-4031 or email to [email protected]

Manhattan Campus

The following student worker positions are currently open. The University offers two types of jobs for students: work-study positions (funded by a federal grant) and regular student positions (not funded by the federal grant). Before you apply for a work-study position, be sure that you qualify. Not sure? Find out more about the federal college work-study program.

Title:  Campus Operations Assistant

Campus:  Manhattan

Student Requested:  Regular Student Worker

Job ID:  S02654-327

Job Purpose:  This is a position available beginning Spring 2019 that supports the Manhattan Campus Operations department.  The Campus Operations Student Worker will be involved with all aspects of day to day building operations and maintenance.  Housing will not be provided. 

Job Responsibilities:  

  • Assist with various aspects of building operations and facilities management.
  • Assist with coordinating space reservation and on-campus events via Banner database.
  • Assist with coordinating event set ups and conference room/shared office requests.
  • Data entry into the TMS purchasing system including: processing orders, entering new requests, tracking order status and closing out work orders.
  • Creating Excel Spreadsheets from operational data and analyzing them.
  • Answering telephones, filing, package deliveries, making copies and maintaining pantry and copy room supplies.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Qualifications:  

  • Ability to work with minimal direction.
  • Diligent work ethic.
  • Good customer service skills.
  • Familiarity with the office equipment (photocopier, printers, fax scanning).
  • Proficient computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel and ability to train on Data Entry Software).
  • Excellent communication skills and detail-oriented.
  • Willing to assist with light lifting and transporting items to and from different areas in the office.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 10 – 15 hours per week
  • Flexible schedule.

Skill Development Areas: 

  • Customer Service, Logistics, Time Management, Building Operations, Facilities Management, Event Management, Hospitality

In addition to completing the online student employment application, student should send a copy of your cover letter, resume, and class schedule to Tina Johnson at [email protected].

Rome and Paris

The following student worker positions are currently open. The University offers two types of jobs for students: work-study positions (funded by a federal grant) and regular student positions (not funded by the federal grant). Before you apply for a work-study position, be sure that you qualify. Not sure? Find out more about the federal college work-study program.

Title:  Resident Assistant

Department:  Global Studies - Study Abroad

Campus:  Paris, France & Rome, Italy

  • Must be accepted into the Paris or Rome semester program.

Job ID:  S01156-105P (Paris)  or  S01156-105R (Rome)

Job Responsibilities: 

  • The Resident Assistant (R.A.) is a live-in student staff member responsible for managing student needs at SJU’s Paris or Rome Campus.  The R.A. reports directly to the Residence Director and is involved in all facets of student life on campus.
  • The R.A. will balance the simultaneous arrival and departure of students every five weeks, the needs of students during their stay, and the needs of students remaining in housing for an extended period of time.
  • The R.A. will be expected to remain in the building during duty and office hours as assigned.
  • Please note that single rooms are not guaranteed.   
  • PARIS:  Compensation will be a combination of a program fee reimbursement and hourly wages, totaling roughly $5,000. 
  • ROME:  Compensation will be a combination of a program fee reimbursement totaling roughly $5,000. 

Qualifications: 

  • The candidate must be a Paris or Rome semester student with E.U. citizenship or an appropriate student visa that carries work authorization.
  • The candidate must be organized, responsible, mature, flexible.   
  • Residence Life experience preferred; candidates with local language skill encouraged to apply.

 

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Student learning.

 

In addition to completing the online student application students must also send their resume to:

Paris:  Contact Farida Khatchadourian at [email protected]

Rome:  Contact Carla Wiegers at [email protected]

Applications accepted on a rolling basis through April 30, 2018 (Fall 18) or November 5, 2018 (Spring 19); preference given to early applicants. 

Title:  Academic Service-Learning Assistant

Campus:  Rome

Student Requested:  College Work Study

  • Eligible students will have at least $1500 of College Work-Study (CWS) funds for the semester in which they study abroad.
  • Must be accepted into the Discover the World, Rome semester program.

Job ID:  S01969-164D

Job Responsibilities: 

  • The Academic Service-Learning (AS-L) Assistant will report to the Associate Director of Academic Service-Learning and work closely with St. John’s Rome staff.
  • The AS-L assistant will support the Rome team by promoting AS-L opportunities, completing paperwork, scheduling students to serve in the community.  In addition, AS-L Assistant will assist with shopping, preparing, and conducting food distribution, ensuring that each student adequately performs expected service.
  • The AS-L Assistant will accompany students to community sites and ensure that they understand their service responsibilities.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner.

Qualifications: 

  • Experience with AS-L or other community involvement (service or volunteer work).
  • Familiarity with the office equipment (telephones, fax machines, copy machines).
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word or Excel).
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Excellent writing skills and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to speak Italian, Spanish language skills are a plus

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Student learning.

To apply, students must complete the online Student Employment Application, accessible through MySJU.  If you need assistance with the online student employment application, contact Mary Cascio, Student Employment Manager, at [email protected] or 718-990-2331. 

Students should also email their resume and cover letter to Anna Zak at [email protected] or call at 718-990-8289.

Please complete all application steps by April 30, 2018 (Fall 18) or November 5, 2018 (Spring 19)

Title:  Language Tutor

Department:  Global Studies - Study Abroad

Campus:  Paris, France & Rome, Italy

  • Must be accepted into the Paris or Rome semester program.

Job ID:  S01156-105L

Job Responsibilities: 

  • One position will be available per language (French, Italian) to students who attend an eligible SJU semester program abroad (Note: exchange program students and DTW students are ineligible, unfortunately).
  • Each position will require up to 10 hours of work per week, tutoring and/or holding conversations in the target language.
  • Tutors will engage their language-learning peers in local cultural activities (at their peers’ expense), fostering a local learning community.

Qualifications: 

  • Qualified students must fluent in English and fluent or nearly fluent in French or Italian.
  • Qualified students must receive proper training at the Global Language & Culture Center (GLCC) before departure.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Student learning.

In addition to completing the online student employment application students must also send their resume to: Dr. Michele H. Jones ([email protected])

If you need assistance with the online student employment application, contact Mary Cascio at [email protected] or Darren Russell at [email protected] or call us at 718-990-2497/2331.

Please complete all application steps by April 30, 2018 (Fall 18) or November 5, 2018 (Spring 19)

Title:  Global Studies Assistant

Campus:  Rome

Student Requested:  College Work Study

  • Eligible students will have at least $1500 of College Work-Study (CWS) funds for the semester in which they study abroad.
  • Plan to attend the Rome semester or Discover the World: Europe program.

Job ID:  S01969-105S

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Up to 6 positions will be available to students who attend the Rome semester or Discover the World: Europe (DTW).  Note:  DTW students are only eligible to work while in Rome.
  • Each position will provide up to 10 hours of office work per week. 

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with the office equipment (telephones, fax machines, copy machines).
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word or Excel).
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Excellent writing skills and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Flexible schedule (if required).

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Student learning.

To apply, students must complete the online Student Employment Application, accessible through MySJU.  If you need assistance with the online student employment application, contact Mary Cascio, Student Employment Manager, at [email protected] or 718-990-2331. 

Students should also email their resume and cover letter to Max Tomassini at [email protected].

Please complete all application steps by April 30, 2018 (Fall 18) or November 5, 2018 (Fall 19).

Title:  University Writing Center Consultant

Campus:  Rome/Seville

Student Requested:  College Work Study

  • Eligible students will have at least $1500 of College Work-Study (CWS) funds for the semester in which they study abroad.
  • Must be currently working at the Writing Center with at least one semester ”on the schedule.”
  • Intend to spend an entire semester at one of St. John’s study abroad campuses (Paris or Rome).

Job ID:   S01969-595

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Up to 6 positions will be available to students who attend an eligible SJU semester program abroad. (Note: exchange program students are ineligible, unfortunately).  DTW students can work during their 10 weeks in Rome.  Students on the Rome semester program can work for the entire term.
  • Each position will provide up to 10 hours of office work per week.  

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with the office equipment (telephones, fax machines, copy machines).
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word or Excel).
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Excellent writing skills and detail oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Flexible schedule (if required).

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening, Customer Service, Time Management, Multitasking, Communication, Intercultural proficiency, Student learning.

To apply, contact your Associate Director, Alison Perry ([email protected]) to let them know that you are interested in consulting abroad as soon as you know you’ll be spending a semester in Paris, Rome, or Seville.

In addition, students must complete the online Student Employment Application, accessible through MySJU.  If you need assistance with the online student employment application, contact Mary Cascio, Student Employment Manager, at [email protected] or 718-990-2331.