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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: https://sju.formstack.com/forms/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 – 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 Alston Fishburne 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

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 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; various other NYC High Schools (School Based Programs)                    

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/after school (Math, English Social Studies, Science)
  • Serve as mentors for project participants and assist with college preparedness tasks (e.g., completion of FAFSA, scholarship searches, college applications and research)
  • Provide college readiness and social emotional 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/implementation of college visits and educational field trips
  • Facilitate the MAAX program curriculum (SEL) 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 1-2 years of experience working with high school underserved student populations; either in tutoring or college readiness programs.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in the academic area for which tutoring/mentoring is provided (Math, English, Social Studies, Science and College Preparedness)

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, Science and College Readiness) preferred
  • Bilingual strongly encouraged

Work Schedule

  • This is a school-based program
  • Schedules may vary based on the sites/needs (i.e. - you may be based at different sites)
  • Monday-Friday within the hours of 8:00am- 4:00pm
  • Some Saturdays may be required for special events

Please note that this position is located off-campus and that students are required to travel to the locations above.

In addition to completing the online student application, interested candidates must submit their resume to Sumathy Applewhite, Coordinator 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.

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 - 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:  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].
 

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.

Department: SJU GEAR UP/NYGEAR UP Programs

Title: Clerical Support Staff

Location:  St. John’s University                   

Job ID:  S01969-581

Job Purpose: The Clerical Support Staff performs a variety of administrative, clerical, and program tasks.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assists with daily office and program needs
  • Answers and directs internal and external phone calls
  • Writes and distributes emails, correspondence memos, letters, forms, etc.
  • Assists in the preparation of regularly scheduled internal and external reports
  • Assists with program’s online data collection, and case filing systems
  • Assists with the program’s social media accounts
  • Completes program/office supply orders
  • Maintains confidentiality of all program information

Minimum Qualifications:

  • At least 1 year of undergraduate education preferred
  • Prior clerical/office experience preferred

Skills/Requirements:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Excellent computer skills (i.e.- Microsoft Excel, and Access)
  • Good time management skills, strong organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize work
  • Attention to detail and problem solving skills
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work on a team
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Bilingual strongly encouraged

Work Schedule

  • 15hrs/week within the hours of Monday-Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Additional work hours may be necessary (i.e.- evening or weekend)

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 Microsoft Office assessment will also be required.

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens Campus

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-552

Job Purpose:  Seeking a CWS student for the academic year 2019/2020 to assist Chair and Chair’s Assistant with clerical duties.

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)
  • Greet students and their guests and inform Chair’s Assistant and Departmental Secretary
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet
  • Create presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Build and review packets for the department
  • Distribute mail

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent organization skills
  • Clerical/Office type experience preferred
  • Familiarity with the office equipment (computer, fax machine, photocopier, scanner)
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented (follow-up and good message taking)
  • 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 (possible evenings/weekends required)

Skill Development Areas:

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

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Organizing and moving files, storing supplies.

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

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens - St. Augustine Hall, University Learning Commons - Room 103

Job ID:  S01969-141

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job Purpose:  Ensure efficient operation of the University Learning Commons (tutoring center) by directing and helping clients (students), and assisting tutors and Coordinators.  

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Greet clients (students), swiping them in, and directing them to their assigned tutor.
  • Check daily ULC website appointment schedule to ensure there are no double-booked appointments or other irregularities.
  • Manage the ULC wait list, calling students on the list if a tutoring appointment becomes available.
  • Note on the ULC website when students arrive for their appointments (check-in) and mark students as “missed” if they do not show for their appointment.
  • Make sure that tutors and students have enough supplies (pencils, paper, white erase markers, etc.), and that ULC is neat and tidy at all times.
  • Assist coordinators with various tasks upon request.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent customer service skills – candidate should be friendly, cooperative, and have the ability to work well with others.
  • Reliability – must come to work on time and complete all tasks as directed.
  • Excellent communication skills and detail-oriented.

Skills:

  • Customer Service, Communication, Intercultural Proficiency

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also e-mail their resume to Linda Dersch at [email protected]

Title:  Technical Writing Assistant

Department:  Enrollment Management Training

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-231T

Job Purpose:

The Enrollment Management Training Department supports all training needs for Enrollment Management designated departments. The Student Worker Technical Writing Assistant assists and provides support to the Associate Director of the Enrollment Management Training department by way of writing and formatting software instructions provided to them and updating websites with new information as it becomes available for the Enrollment Management team.

This position requires the ability to pay attention to detail. They must have strong writing skills, basic computer skills, be a quick learner, be able to multi-task as well as have a strong ability to follow directions. They must also possess a professional and courteous work ethic and demeanor. The position comprises mostly of writing and updating the website. The student should have a love of writing and working on computers. Expertise in using HTML is not required but the student MUST be willing and able to learn.

Work hours are flexible and are set according to the student’s availability.

Job Responsibilities:

Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):

  • Updating and formatting technical instructions according to standard as provided.
  • Updating knowledge repositories (Wiki’s) for departments with requested information.
  • Assisting and contributing to the design / re-design of current sites.
  • Assisting with training setup as needed.
  • Managing training data and records.
  • Assisting other team members as needed and designated by Management.
  • Additional responsibilities as required by Management

Equipment and Software Used:

  • Computers, laptops, MS SharePoint, MS Word, MS Excel

Qualifications:

  • Must have good interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Quick learner (i.e. has the ability to learn and retain large, detailed amounts of information) and decision maker with the ability to solve problems
  • Precise attention to detail, strong customer service skills, and a professional, courteous work ethic
  • Must be reliable, committed, and dedicated with high standards in work delivery

Skill Development Areas:

  • Technical Writing Skills, Basic Web Development Skills, Microsoft Navigation Skills (i.e.- Microsoft Office Products), Project Management; Relationship Management; Time Management

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students should send a copy of their resume to Shonna Washington at [email protected].

Title:  Art Gallery Associate

Campus:  Queens Campus

Student Requested: College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-178

Job Purpose:  The Art Gallery Associate will support the Director and join a team of other student assistants to maintain operations of the Dr. M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery and exhibit 4-5 yearly shows. This position is year round, with the potential of extension through the winter and summer.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Greeting visitors; opening and closing the gallery; assisting with gallery openings
  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies
  • Work with the Director to assist in installing and de-installing exhibitions throughout the year
  • Reading, writing and responding to emails regarding the gallery
  • Applicant will occasionally need to work additional hours for events and openings
  • Other duties as required

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, occasional use of power tools under the supervision of the Director

Qualifications: 

  • Appreciation of the arts and culture
  • Preferably pursuing an arts related degree, but this is not required.
  • Familiarity with basic office functions
  • Excellent computer and email skills. Microsoft Office Suite and Social Media platforms are required. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite preferred
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional
  • Ability to work well with others, and a willingness to learn
  • Flexible schedule with the ability to work between 10 – 15 hours per week, with possible Saturdays

Skill Development Areas:

Listening, customer service, time management, multitasking, communication, intercultural proficiency.

Unusual Physical Demands:

Installing exhibitions and lifting artwork that can weigh up to 40lbs. 

 

In addition to completing the online student application, students should send a copy of your resume to Owen Duffy at [email protected]

Title:  Student Worker

CampusQueens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job Purpose:  Support to AP department for the year-end close, summer and academic year.

Job ID:  S01969-302P

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with calling the vendors to request invoices, faxing, and sorting mail, filing correspondence, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
  • Help with check requisition cover page print for PO invoices
  • 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.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier and scanner.

Qualifications: 

  • Good computer skills (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 15 – 20 hours per week and during the summer.
  • Flexible schedule from 8:30am-4:30pm

Skill Development Areas:

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

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also send their cover letter and resume to Elionora Ustaev 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:  S01969-543G

Job Purpose:  Assisting the Global Development & Sustainability BA Program with day-to-day operations.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Typing, filing, answering phones.
  • Maintaining contact and course lists, drafting emails, organizing files.
  • Researching related news, internships, and opportunities for majors.
  • Organizing and publicizing events
  • Creating and maintaining social media and web presence.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner.

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer skills and experience posting a variety of content across different platforms.
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Facebook, and Twitter.
  • Excellent communication skills.    
  • Attention to detail and an ability to think creatively and efficiently.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week flexible, but Monday meetings every week initially, then meetings will move to every two weeks.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Social Media, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

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  • Interest in global, environmental and gender issues a plus.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students must send a copy of their resume and cover letter to Dr. Barbara Koziak at [email protected]

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-553P

Job Purpose:  Student worker will assist the faculty members in the Programs in Special Education in their research and program activities, including providing support to the Secretary as needed with program file management and administrative tasks (e.g. labeling, organizing folders, editing documents, compiling data, etc.).  Must be willing to divide time to work with different faculty members and provide flexible/individualized office-related assistance as needed.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist faculty members with their research and preparation of class materials as needed (typing, photocopying, collating and organizing work folders, library and internet searches)
  • Organize instructional materials and prepare binders/materials for training participants as needed
  • Support CEC Student body activities (student run professional group) with social media postings.
  • Assist in scheduling content and publishing materials for events across different platforms.
  • Maintain organization of graphic designs, event descriptions, and photographs for efficient use.
  • Provide assistance in coordinating special projects as assigned.
  • Assist the department in coordinating office procedures or activities.

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Experience with internet/library research literature searches
  • 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.
  • Experience with graphic design (Photoshop, Canva, etc) desired, but not required.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Experience with Excel and SPSS programs preferred; or else faculty will train
  • Fluent in Spanish, Mandarin or Portugese is a plus.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week (Prefer 15 hrs)
  • Ability to work well with others; and with a team of individuals
  • Willingness to be flexible and tackle new projects and take initiative; and adjust schedules to match faculty need
  • Ability to assist with events on afternoons when applicable.

Skill Development Areas:

• Social Media, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking, Typing and Word Document Skills

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also send a copy of your resume to Dr. Ishita Khemka, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Special Education Programs 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:  Campus Recreation

Title:  Student Worker

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-378

General Responsibilities:

The Campus Recreation Staff is responsible for providing the entire 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 Taffner Field House and the Fitness Center in Carnesecca Arena. 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:

  • Provide exceptional customer service and support to patrons by providing information about campus recreation programs, services, and facilities
  • Responsible for overall safety and cleanliness of Taffner Field House and the Fitness Center
  • Communicate any issues within the facilities to a Campus Recreation supervisor
  • Assist Building Managers with opening, closing and daily procedures of all 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
  • Understand, follow and enforce all the policies and procedures of both Taffner Field House and the Fitness Center
  • Attend staff meetings and training sessions as 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 students should submit their resume to Shaun Fean 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:  S01969-167

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: 

  • Data entry of Miscellaneous deposits into Banner
  • Assist and review in payment reconciliation
  • Assist in Frontline Customer Service windows as needed during the semester
  • Assemble and fold letters for mailing
  • Alphabetize and file all documentation as needed

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Must be a 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 to work during winter/summer breaks.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

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

Campus
Queens

Student
Work Study

Department
Athletics - Marketing

Job ID
S01969-361M

Job Purpose: The Athletic Marketing student worker position is responsible for assisting with marketing, promotions and sales for men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, lacrosse and softball.  Candidate may be assigned a sport to research local group ticket leads; assist with group ticket and season ticket sales; coordinate game-day operations; write PA scripts; produce promotional materials and organize special events. 

Work Schedule
Flexible.  Will work with student’s class schedule

Duties & Responsibilities
Advertising athletic events.
Game day operations.
Announcer script writing.
Assisting with creation of marketing plans.
Planning and implementing creative promotional tactics.
Assist at athletic special events.
Event set-up; In-game operations and preparations.
Collaborate with other university departments for inter-department events.
Group sales, cold calling, new lead generation.
Grass roots sales efforts.
Research new sponsor opportunities and assist in fulfilling contracts.
Day-to-day marketing projects and events as assigned.

Skills
Must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Professional attitude and dress required.
Must work assigned games or give proper notice of absence.
Must be proactive, outgoing, positive, and encouraging.

In addition to completing the online student application, interested students should submit their resume to Joseph Scribani at [email protected]

Only students that have been awarded work study for the academic school year are eligible to apply for this position.  Any resume submitted for this position where the student does not have a work study award will not be considered.

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-372

Job Purpose:  Student Development for Student-Athletes, a Division I program with membership in the BIG EAST is seeking qualified student workers to enhance the Student-Athlete experience.  Student workers will assist in the following areas: Academic Support, Community Service, Career Services, and Leadership & Development.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with answering telephone, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individuals.
  • Greet students and swipe them in for academic meetings with advisors and study hall hours.
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.
  • Understanding of NCAA, BIG EAST rules and regulations.

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with the office equipment (scanner, fax, copier).
  • Basic skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Effective organizational skills, strong listening and communication skills, both oral and written, and the ability to work and communicate effectively with staff and students from diverse educational and social backgrounds.
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.
  • Flexible schedule; ability to work between 15-20 hours per week.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Listening skills, Customer Service, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking, Student Learning

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students must also send a copy of your cover letter and resume to Frank Peluso at [email protected]

Title:  Social Media Manager & Clerical Assistant, Inclusivity Resource Center (IRC)

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-205M

Job Purpose:  The student selected for this position will focus mainly on supporting the clerical needs of the IRC, with specific attention to working on the office’s social media presence and promotion of signature programs or events of the office.  In addition to working on social media efforts, the student worker will be trained to navigate and assist in managing the Microsoft Bookings Room Reservation System.  This bookings system is what will be used to assist groups in reserving the Inclusivity Resource Center’s large and small programming space. This position is currently an academic year position, with an option to renew annually, pending review from supervisor.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Support all IRC marketing efforts and promotional campaigns through social media, specifically on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snap Chat, Tumblr, and/or LinkedIn.
  • Assist in creating and scheduling content and publishing materials for events across different platforms, for both the IRC and Office of Multicultural Affairs.
  • Maintain organization of graphic designs, event descriptions, videos, and photographs for efficient use.
  • Assist the department in coordinating office room reservation procedures or activities.
  • Provide assistance to the Department Assistant on new or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, cell phone, iPad, camera, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer skills and experience posting a variety of content across different platforms.
  • Excellent communication skills and an ability to adapt to different social media markets.
  • Attention to detail and an ability to think creatively and efficiently while maintaining organization.
  • Experience with graphic design (Photoshop, Canva, etc) desired, but not required.
  • 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.
  • Flexible schedule; Ability to assist with events on afternoons when applicable.

Skill Development Areas:

• Social Media, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting boxes, unpacking boxes, picking up and moving around chairs and tables.

In addition to completing the online student employment, interested students should send a copy of your resume to Elizabeth Ponce de Leon at [email protected].

Title:  Graphic Designer & Clerical Assistant, Inclusivity Resource Center (IRC)

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-205D

Job Purpose:  The student selected for this position will focus mainly on supporting the clerical needs of the IRC, with specific attention to working on graphic design projects to support the programs of the office.  In addition to working on special graphic design projects, the student worker will be trained to navigate and assist in managing the Microsoft Bookings Room Reservation System.  This bookings system is what will be used to assist groups in reserving the IRC’s large and small programming space. This position is currently an academic year position, with an option to renew pending review from supervisor.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Support all OMA marketing efforts and promotional campaigns by using graphic designs to create special posters for heritage month celebrations, events, and signature program projects.
  • Assist in scheduling content and creating materials for events across different platforms, for both the IRC and Office of Multicultural Affairs.
  • Maintain organization of graphic designs, event descriptions, and photographs for efficient use.
  • Assist the department in coordinating office room reservation procedures or activities.
  • Provide assistance to the Department Assistant on new or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer skills and experience designing a variety of content to be used on different platforms, such as computers, flyers, apparel, etc.
  • Excellent communication skills and an ability to take feedback and direction.
  • Attention to detail and an ability to think creatively and efficiently while maintaining organization.
  • Experience with graphic design (Photoshop, Canva, etc.) desired, but not required.
  • 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.
  • Flexible schedule; Ability to assist with events on afternoons when applicable.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Graphic Design, Social Media, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting boxes, unpacking boxes, picking up and moving around chairs and tables.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also send a copy of your cover letter & resume to Elizabeth Ponce de Leon at [email protected].

Title:  Student Worker for Sports Performance

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-390

Job Purpose:  Assist with daily implementation in regards to facility maintenance.  Also, be willing to interact with Student Athletes in a professional manor when assisting with logistics of implementing our fueling station, workout set up and breakdown.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with maintenance of exercise equipment within the Sports Performance facility.
  • Maintain an organized training area.
  • Assist with organizing training equipment for daily team workouts.  Training equipment includes weights, cones, hurdles, etc.
  • Assist with sticking and maintaining Fueling station products.
  • Office hours are 7am – 7pm; Hours are flexible, willing to work with student’s class schedule; students should be able to work between 15-20 hours per week during the times below:
  • Monday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
  • Tuesday: 10:00am – 5:00pm
  • Wednesday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
  • Thursday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
  • Friday: 8:00am – 2:00pm

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Strong work ethic and task oriented.
  • Ability to perform physically demanding task.
  • Ability to work a minimum of 15-20 hours (Monday – Friday schedule)

Skill Development Areas:

  • Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students must also send a copy of their cover letter and resume to Robert Basile, Director of Strength & Conditioning at [email protected].

 

Job Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens Campus

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Department:  School of Law Library, Circulation/Reserve

Job ID:  S01969-424

Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform clerical and public service functions, including checking out books, handling returns, answering phones, making copies, send faxes, scanning documents, data entry, filing, hanging signs, and delivering documents, books, and a/v materials.
  • Assist library patrons in the use of library copiers, scanners, fax machine and printers and tend to them with simple jams, adding paper, and replacing ink cartridges.
  • Reshelving and shifting books, stacks maintenance including shelf reading, scanning barcodes and dusting, retrieving books from all floors of the library.
  • Deliver books and/or other materials in the building and other buildings on campus. Retrieve items from other campus libraries.
  • Locate books and other resources using the online catalog, and library databases.
  • Participate in assigned projects.

Qualifications:

  • Basic computer literacy; familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel and Power point
  • Good interpersonal skills, communications skills and detail oriented
  • Must be flexible; this person will be assigned additional duties as deemed necessary.
  • Ability to move a cart of books, reach high areas with the use of a step stool. Students will work in an environment that may have daily exposure to dust.

Students must be available to work several shifts in the mornings, evenings, or weekends.

Hours are flexible but students should be able to work 12- 20 hours a week, Monday – Sunday (AM/PM).

Library Hours
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. –  9 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Shorter hours on Holidays and Summer Sessions

In addition to completing the online student application, students must send their cover letter and resume to the Law Library Director, Associate Dean Courtney Selby at [email protected]

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

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-376

Job Purpose:  Seeking motivated students to help with day-to-day operation of the Sports Medicine department at St. John’s. 

Job Responsibilities:  Applicants will be working at a premiere Division One athletics program.  The environment will be challenging and rewarding having worked at such a high level of athletics.    

  • Students will be expected to interact in a professional manner with players, coaches, and other sports medicine staff. 
  • Maintain professionalism when dealing with confidential medical information. 
  • Manage and maintain a clean and professional medical environment. 
  • Attend St. John’s athletic events such as games and practice.
  • Assist staff with field set-up before, during, and after games and practices.
  • Able to handle organizational tasks including but not limited to filing medical charts, faxing between offices, and dealing with physician’s offices.   
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, filing systems, inventory systems, aquatic pumps, ice machines, and other equipment to be dictated by supervisor.

Qualifications:  Applicants should have experience with dealing with a wide variety of people.  Additionally, we are seeking candidates whom are proficient at time management and organizational skills.  Any experience in athletics as either a participant or support staff is desirable. 

  • Experience in a customer service related field or any supervisory role is preferred. 
  • Students studying any biology or chemistry majors are preferred but not mandatory. 
  • CPR and First-aid certification.  (A program to obtain CPR certification will be available)
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • 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.  Should be available Monday – Friday between the hours of 10am – 6pm, weekends are required as well. 
  • Flexible schedule is necessary.
  • Driver’s license preferred.   

Skill Development Areas:

  • Leadership roles, communication abilities, dynamic work environment skills, Division One athletics experience. 

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Applicants may be required to lift coolers filled with water or ice. 

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

Please note that this position is only available to those students that have been awarded a WORK STUDY grant for the academic school year.  Any resumes submitted by students that have not been awarded work study will not be considered. 

 

College Work Study – University Career Services

Department: 
University Career Services – Chiang Ching Kuo Hall

Title: 
Student Worker – Media & Marketing

Student Requested:
College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-355

JOB DUTIES:

  • Support all UCS marketing efforts and promotional campaigns through social media, specifically on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and LinkedIn.
  • Assist in scheduling content and publishing materials for events across different platforms.
  • Maintain organization of graphic designs, event descriptions, and photographs for efficient use.
  • Provide assistance in coordinating new media initiatives and special projects as assigned.
  • Assist the department in coordinating office procedures or activities.

ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT & TOOLS USED:

  • Social Media (Facebook Pages, Twitter and Tweetdeck, Instagram, Tumblr, LinkedIn)
  • Computers (Microsoft Office, Handshake, St. John’s Central)


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.
  • Experience with graphic design (Photoshop, Canva, etc) desired, but not required.
  • 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.
  • Flexible schedule; Ability to assist with events on evenings and weekends when applicable.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT AREAS:

• Social Media, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

In addition to completing the online student application, students mustalso submit their resume to Patricia Ambrose at [email protected].

Position Title: Student Worker - Social Media Coordinator

Department:  Marketing & Communications

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-251

Job Purpose:
The department, in particular, the student’s supervisor, will teach practical skills, provide guidance in a real work environment, and give the opportunity to gain knowledge of business functions.

The purpose of the position is for the student to gain practical experience and develop skills useful in a marketing and communications business environment, specifically as it relates to social communications. The student will obtain knowledge of basic protocols and responsibilities necessary to operate within a business and functional environment.

The student will learn proper language used in professional emails and social communications, in general. S/he will learn first-hand experience on how to work in a team environment and how to organize oneself to meet deadlines.

Major Activities Student Worker will be involved in and evaluated on:

  1. Act as a brand ambassador, specifically while covering live events or curating live productions.
  2. Monitor and engage in relevant social discussions about the University, its community, and existing campaigns or initiatives.
  3. Create shareable content, consistent in voice and appropriate for specific networks to enhance St. John's brand and reputation.
  4. Design graphics to be shared on all social platforms.
  5. Explore and identify new social networks or engagement opportunities to reach our target audiences.
  6. Assist on video shoots
  7. Assist with project management

Qualifications:

  • Applicants should be pursuing a degree in Communication Arts, TV & Film Production, Marketing, Advertising, or a related field.
  • Proficiency in social media platforms, specifically Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, Adobe Creative Cloud (Premiere, PhotoShop, InDesign), and Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent communicator, writer and creative thinker.
  • Strong writing and project management skills.

Dates of Work:

  • Start Date is September 2019 and End Date is May 2020.
  • Hours per week: 20 hours max, typically 6 -7 hours per week (excluding breaks and university holidays).

Contact Person:
In addition to completing the online student employment application, student must also send a cover letter and resume to Cherrelle Nicholson at [email protected].

Title:  Student Worker

Department:  Health Education Resource Center – College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Campus:Queens

Job ID:  S01969-582

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

Job Purpose:  Under the direct supervision of both the Director and Services Coordinator, the student worker will assist with the day –to–day operations of the Health Education Resource Center between the hours of 8:30 am – 7:30 pm. The student will meet, greet and swipe students and faculty into the facility, assist students with retriveing items, maintain all printers and copy machines, and assist with administrative duties and special projects as needed.  

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Greet students and ensure each student’s ID is swiped and validated before allowing entry into HERC.
  • Greet all incoming students and faculty, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s) and/or departments.
  • Assist with answering telephones, running errands on campus, organizing student refreshments
  • Assist students with locating and retrieving items in HERC and in the Main Library’s collection
  • Assist students with using printers, copy machines, and desktop computers
  • Assist with data entry projects using Microsoft Excel
  • Assist with daily maintenance of the facility (I.e. pushing in chairs, loading paper trays, etc.)
  • Assist with the setup and coordination of events
  • Assist with the scanning and emailing of documents
  • Assist with updating serials and processing acquisitions

Equipment Used:  

  • Desktop Computer, laptop computer,  Scanner, Copy Machine, Printer, Projector  

Qualifications: 

  • Must have strong customer service skills and be  customer service centered
  • Must have strong communication skills
  • Must be detailed orientated
  • Experience working in a library setting, is preferred
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel
  • Familiarity with the office equipment listed above
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional
  • Ability to work well with others and independently at times
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week, with 1 – 2 evenings a week
  • Student cannot be enrolled in any of the programs offered in College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Skill Development Areas:

  • Customer Service, Collegiality and Teamwork, Adapting to Change, Accountability, Communication.

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Light to heavy lifting 5-25lbs

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students must also send a cover letter and resume to Jacklyn Vialet at [email protected]

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-261T

Job Purpose:  The Training and Development Department provides management, professional, and compliance training to St. John’s University employees and faculty.  The student worker will work directly with the Training Coordinator, who will delegate tasks to support the Training function.  In addition to assembling program materials, the student worker will perform clerical tasks such as photo-copying, filing, and data entry.  Other duties may include greeting and directing guests (students, employees, faculty) to the appropriate training resources, whether in person or via telephone.

Work Schedule:  Ability to work during winter/summer recess is required.  The student’s work schedule will be determined after discussing his/her academic schedule and office hours.  Student should be able to work between 15 and 20 hours per week.  Ability to work on Wednesdays is preferred.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assemble workshop folders and materials
  • Enter post-program data (survey results, attendance, etc.)
  • Assist with classroom setup (on occasion)
  • Provide clerical support (photo-copying, filing, data entry, answering phones, etc.)
  • Create/Edit documents and web postings (Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel, etc.)
  • Hand-deliver documents/packages to other University departments
  • Maintain records for online training courses’ certificates of completion
  • Other administrative duties, as assigned

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Ability to work during extended winter and summer recesses
  • Proficiency and willingness to sharpen skills in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Professional workplace demeanor
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral) and organizational skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Prior office experience a plus

Skill Development Areas:

  • Office Skills, Time Management, Accountability, Communication, Collegiality, Customer Service, and Technology
  • Opportunity to develop strategies and make suggestions to Department about how to streamline processes/tasks

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Ability to travel from building to building, to carry materials, and to move light furniture (i.e., tables on wheels and chairs)

To Apply:

1. Complete the student employment application by logging onto: MySJU/[email protected]/Student

    Employment/Apply for Jobs/Student Employment.

2. Send resume and cover letter to Lisa Goldrick at [email protected].

NOTE: Only students that have been awarded a work study grant for the academic school year are eligible for this position.  Students that have not been awarded a work study grant are not eligible for this position.

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-206

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

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.

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with general office equipment.
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word or Excel)
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Ability to handle both confidential and sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Must have good phone etiquette.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.
  • Flexible schedule (if required)

Skill Development Areas:

  • Customer Service, Time Management, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking, Intercultural Proficiency

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested student must also send a copy of your resume to Michelle McCullers 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:  Law School Clinical Front Desk

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-421E

Job Purpose:  Front desk position supporting three in-house clinics.  This is an academic year position.

Job Responsibilities:

• Answering telephones, transferring telephones and writing down accurate messages, faxing, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
• Greet office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
• Greet students and clients.
• Pick up the mail and distribute into the respective mail slots.
• Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
• Maintaining the supply room with supplies.
• Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:
  
• Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner & telephone system.

Qualifications:

• 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. Proficient knowledge of Word, Excel & PowerPoint

Skill Development Areas:

• Listening, Customer Service, Communication.

In addition to completing the online student application, students must send a copy of your cover letter, resume and current class schedule to Lorraine Benjamin 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. 

Position Title:  Undergraduate Writing Coordinator (UWC)

Department:  Writing Across Communities

Job ID:  S01969-592

Job Overview:

At St. John’s University, Writing Across Communities encourages and supports students and faculty who strive to use writing to sustain diverse academic, cultural, civic, and professional communities both across St. John’s and beyond the university. Supervised by the Director of Writing Across Communities, the 2019 - 2020 Writing Coordinators will continue to develop Writing Across Communities (established in 2018) at St. John’s with undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and administrators in shared leadership.

Your work as an Undergraduate Writing Coordinator may include:

  • Working collaboratively with faculty to revise syllabi, write assignments, etc.
  • Following along with class readings and professors’ learning objectives
  • Supporting and challenging Writing Across Communities undergraduate and graduate student staff members, as well as Directors, with critical feedback
  • Brainstorming writing projects that enhance students’ learning experiences

In addition to working alongside faculty and fellow undergraduates across academic communities, Undergraduate Writing Coordinators will be encouraged to build and facilitate collaboration between Writing Across Communities and SJU faculty and student communities as well as communities beyond St. John’s. 

Qualifications:

  1. Be a full-time, matriculated St. John’s University sophomore, junior, or senior during the current academic year. We strongly encourage any and all majors from all SJU colleges to apply.
  2. Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  3. Willing to question how writing is used in communities as well as to consider the purpose and function of writing within communities.
  4. Curious about writing in higher education communities and invested in helping both faculty and students articulate, understand, and critique the ways writing works in learning and teaching inside St. John’s and beyond campus.
  5. Ability to reflect about your own writing process and interested in learning about the ways writers compose, revise and publish in various communities.
  6. Attentive and committed to issues of equity and inclusion.
  7. Be highly-motivated, able to work both independently and as part of a team, and willing to be reflective about this work.
  8. Show interest in communicating with a wide range of learners and writers.
  9. Understand the importance of confidentiality in all duties assigned.

Responsibilities:

  1. Work 10 to 15 hours per week in the Writing Across Communities space, including a commitment to a weekly staff meeting and ongoing staff education (i.e. reading about writing theory and pedagogies).
  2. Develop opportunities to support writing and learning of writing with diverse communities at SJU and beyond (especially the Queens area). 
  3. Collaborate as student partners with faculty to further the ways faculty use writing for learning and teaching in academic communities. Special notice will be paid to subverting the normative hierarchy of learning and teaching and breaking away from traditional/widely accepted writing standards. Writing Coordinators will work with and engage with faculty and students in a variety of ways, which may include:
  • Mentoring faculty on aspects of writing pedagogy from a student perspective, asking faculty how they could improve their assignments, feedback to writers, assessment of writing, etc.
  • Partnering with faculty to support writing in their classrooms. In this capacity, they may simultaneously provide one-to-one mentoring and support to students with their writing.
  • Partnering with faculty to provide insight into how writing is integrated within their courses
  • Co-facilitating reading groups of faculty and writing coordinators discussing writing theory and pedagogies
  • On some projects, partnering with student organizations and community organizations, as well institutions and individuals beyond St. John’s, to develop initiatives connected to St. John’s Writing Across Communities
  1. Collaborate with other program staff and faculty to research writing and writers and consider publishing and/or presenting that research.
  2. Work with Writing Across Communities staff to create a social media presence for the program (this may include developing weekly blog posts, updating social media accounts, creating accessible audio and video content, etc.).
  3. You may be invited to or asked to attend and/or present research/experiences at conferences here at St. John’s University, regionally or nationally.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Learn the various ways writing operates in writing communities both in and outside of St. John’s
  • Expand public speaking skills and confidence in front of larger cohorts (i.e. conferences, events, seminars) and more varied audiences (faculty and professionals as audience)
  • Gain research experience related to writing and writers
  • Enhance interpersonal skills through learning, teaching, and partnership opportunities
  • Work collaboratively with a team of your peers, faculty, administrators, and community members
  • Curate and expand educational social media outreach

Equipment Used:

Desktop and/or Laptop PCs, Video and Audio, Telephone, Photocopier, Scanner, Swipe Technology

Unusual Physical Demands:

Ability to travel from building to building with/without the carrying of materials, move lightweight furniture, hang poster-boards/art, etc.

To be considered for this opportunity, please complete the following items and send all materials to Writing Across Communities, at [email protected] with Undergraduate Writing Coordinator in the subject line.

  • Cover Letter addressed to Dr. Anne Ellen Geller, Director, Writing Across Communities:
    • Tell us what you would like us to know about you
    • Explain your relationship to writing (academic and otherwise)
    • Discuss why you’re interested in and qualified for this position
  • Resume

And

  • At least one recommendation from a professor, administrator, program coordinator or former supervisor. This may be included with your application materials oryour recommender may email a recommendation directly to: [email protected]

*You have access to Career Services at https://www.stjohns.edu/career-services for assistance with these documents.

If you are invited to interview for this position, you may be asked to provide and talk from:

  • Some of your writing--- including an example of a writing assignment that was particularly meaningful for you
  • A syllabus from a class of yours at St. John’s

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 to Graduate Studies Coordinator, 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: 
Student Worker – Front Desk/Hospitality

Department: 
University Career Services – Chiang Ching Kuo Hall

Student Requested:
College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-355

Job Duties:

  • Provide exemplary customer service to students, faculty, alumni and employers, in person and by phone, by greeting them, addressing their concerns, answering their questions and introducing them to University Career Services.
  • Manage student volume at Walk-In Hours as necessary
  • Answer questions pertaining to career services, on-campus recruiting, scheduling, resume approval process and upcoming events.
  • Assist with faxing, filing, correspondence, running errands on campus and making copies.
  • Utilize Outlook Calendar to schedule appointments for team of 20+ professionals.
  • Assist the department in coordinating office procedures or activities.
  • Provide assistance to administrative team, including posting internship and job opportunities in Handshake, data entry and other administrative duties as assigned.
  • Assist with special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:

  • Computers (Microsoft Office, Handshake, MySJU)
  • Photocopier, Fax Machine

Qualifications:

  • Good computer skills, excellent oral and written communication skills and detail-oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential 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.
  • Flexible schedule; Ability to assist with events on evenings and weekends when applicable.

Skill Development Areas:

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

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting

In addition to completing the online student application, students mustalso submit their resume to Patricia Ambrose at [email protected].

Title: 
Student Worker – St. John’s College

Department: 
University Career Services – St. John Hall

Student Requested:
College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-355

Job Duties:

  • Provide exemplary customer service to students, faculty, alumni and employers, in person and by phone, by greeting them, addressing their concerns, answering their questions and introducing them to University Career Services.
  • Manage student volume at Walk-In Hours as necessary
  • Answer questions pertaining to career services, on-campus recruiting, scheduling, resume approval process and upcoming events.
  • Assist with faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus and making copies.
  • Utilize Outlook Calendar to schedule appointments for team of 20+ professionals.
  • Assist the department in coordinating office procedures or activities.
  • Provide assistance to administrative team, including posting internship and job opportunities in Handshake, data entry and other administrative duties as assigned.
  • Assist with special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:

  • Computers (Microsoft Office, Handshake, MySJU)
  • Photocopier, Fax Machine

Qualifications:

  • Good computer skills, excellent oral and written communication skills and detail-oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential 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.
  • Flexible schedule; Ability to assist with events on evenings and weekends when applicable.

Skill Development Areas:

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

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting

In addition to completing the online student application, students mustalso submit their resume to Karen Acampado at [email protected].

Title: 
Student Worker –Tobin College of Business

Department: 
University Career Services – Bent Hall

Student Requested:
College Work Study

Job ID: 

Job Duties:

  • Provide exemplary customer service to students, faculty, alumni and employers, in person by greeting them, addressing their concerns, answering their questions and introducing them to the Tobin College of Business Director of Employer Relations and the Tobin Career and Internship Advisor.
  • Send out weekly calendar  updates to students of upcoming events and deadlines for OCR (On-campus Recruiting) via Handshake
  • Manage student volume at Walk-In Hours as necessary
  • Answer question pertaining to career services, on-campus recruiting, scheduling, resume approval process and upcoming events.
  • Assist with faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus and making copies.
  • Utilize Outlook Calendar to schedule appointments for team of professionals.
  • Assist the department in coordinating office procedures or activities.
  • Provide assistance to administrative team, including data entry and other administrative duties as assigned.
  • Assist with special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:

  • Computers (Microsoft Office, Handshake, St. John’s Central)
  • Photocopier, Fax Machine

Qualifications:

  • Good computer skills, excellent communication skills and detail-oriented.
  • The ability to handle confidential 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.
  • Flexible schedule; Ability to assist with events on evenings and weekends when applicable.

Skill Development Areas:

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

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting

In addition to completing the online student application, students mustalso submit their resume to Patricia Ambrose at [email protected].

Department: SJU GEAR UP/NYGEAR UP Programs

Title: Clerical Support Staff

Location:  St. John’s University                     

Job ID:  S03221-581

Job Purpose: The Clerical Support Staff performs a variety of administrative, clerical, and program tasks.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assists with daily office and program needs
  • Answers and directs internal and external phone calls
  • Writes and distributes emails, correspondence memos, letters, forms, etc.
  • Assists in the preparation of regularly scheduled internal and external reports
  • Assists with program’s online data collection, and case filing systems
  • Assists with the program’s social media accounts
  • Completes program/office supply orders
  • Maintains confidentiality of all program information

Minimum Qualifications:

  • At least 1 year of undergraduate education preferred
  • Prior clerical/office experience preferred

Skills/Requirements:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Excellent computer skills (i.e.- Microsoft Excel, and Access)
  • Good time management skills, strong organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize work
  • Attention to detail and problem solving skills
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work on a team
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Bilingual strongly encouraged

Work Schedule

  • 15hrs/week within the hours of Monday-Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Additional work hours may be necessary (i.e.- evening or weekend)

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 Microsoft Office assessment will also be required.

Campus

Queens

Department

Student Affairs – Operations & Event Support Services Staff

Student

Regular Student

Job ID

S02947-205

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: https://sju.formstack.com/forms/operations_employment_application

 

Campus
Queens 

Student
Regular

Department
Athletics - Facilities Events

Job ID#
S03879-391

Work Schedule
Must be able to work nights and weekends.

Duties and Responsibilities
This position is for athletic events on campus working various positions including ticket taker, usher, ball person, etc. Must be able to stand for long periods of time and able to work nights and weekends.

Skills
Good communication skills and an interest in communicating with people, as there is communication with fans

Comments
Nights and weekends are required

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

Title:  Office of Conference Services – Events Support Team

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  Undergraduate or Graduate Student

Job ID:  S03269-325E

Reports To:  William Thomas, Manager

Anticipated Start Date:  September 2, 2019

Job Purpose:  Assist Manager with day to day operation of the Events Support area in assurance of proper set ups and breakdown of events throughout the campus.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide administrative support to the Manager for managing staff budget for events vendor (American Maintenance). Assist with drafting and updating requests on a two week in advance basis. Develop Excel spread sheets for equipment delivery, labor for events, maintenance on equipment, and tracking of student government events. 
  • Assist the Director in preparing reports, evaluating data and assembling documentations for weekly meetings.
  • Assist the Manager with scheduling Events Support Assistants for coverage of the office and VIP events.  Supervise staff in execution of room inspections and events set-ups.
  • Work with the Manager to develop and provide quality training programs for Events Support Team and events vendor (American Maintenance).
  • Support the Manager in maintaining neat, secure and well organized equipment storage rooms.  Manage inventory of furnishings and furniture used for events, such as stage, platforms, tables, chairs, podiums, pipe and drape, etc.  Maintain accuracy of master event furniture inventory file in shared drive.
  • Run and utilize events reports, event passes, set-up memos/diagrams using software systems, Banner, Access, Kx, and Social Tables to direct the day to day actions of the Events Support Team. Ensure daily boards are created and up-to-date for event set-ups using the Application, Trello.
  • Create and edit room diagrams in Social Tables.
  • Implement customer service initiatives.
  • Answer and make telephone calls, take messages, email, maintain accuracy of files, run errands, evaluate supplies needs and assist with ordering supplies on a regular basis.  Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.
  • Availability to work 15-20 hours during the school year; some evenings and weekend shifts may be required.
  • Availability to work 25-35 hours per week during the summer (mid-May-early August).

Qualifications: 

  • G.PA 2.75 or above
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities
  • Proficiency with Excel spreadsheets and Microsoft Access required
  • Skilled in using Word, PowerPoint and Applications (Apps)
  • Strong organization and communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize. multi-task with attention to detail and meet deadlines
  • Team player with dedication to highest level of customer service, standards and excellence
  • Professional conduct and demeanor
  • Availability to lift 25 pounds or more

Equipment used:

  • In office: Computers, printers, I pad, fax machine, scanner, photocopier

Candidates will only be considered for this position if the following information is received:

  1. Completion of the Conference Services application & submission of the resume (see link)

https://stj.formstack.com/forms/student_employment_application_academic_year

  1. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application

The employment process consists of interviews, criminal background check, St. John’s judicial review, GPA confirmation, and reference checks. 

Title:  Conference Assistant for Director of Conference Services

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  Graduate or Undergraduate Student

Job ID:  S03265-325

Reports To:  Richard Wolcott, Director of Conference Services

Job Purpose: Support the Office of Conference Services and Director in organizing, scheduling and managing logistics for events taking place on campus. Assist the Office of Conference Services with all aspects of summer overnight conference operation including: summer camp program, guest services, staff recruitment and training, facilities and Audio & Visual  support, and housing operations.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Plan and assist with Summer Conference Services staff recruitment, training and student employee incentive program.
  • Provide assistance with the scheduling and set up logistics for campus events and VIP events
  • Provide assistance with special projects and new initiatives
  • Review campus event set up and calendar reports.
  • Provide office assistance as needed. 
  • Provide administrative support for directors, event managers and senior event coordinators as needed

Equipment Used:  

  • Computer software,  photocopier, printers and scanner

Qualifications: 

  • Ability to work independently as well as work well with others
  • Open to all majors. Hospitality Management or a related course of study a plus
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access
  • Excellent communication skills and detail orientedThe ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional
  • Ability to work during the school year: Monday – Friday, within the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., 15 – 20 hours per week and on a very limited basis able to work weekends/holidays when special events warrant. 
  • Available full time during the summer
  • Availability to work evenings and weekends on occasion.

Candidates will only be considered for this position if the following information is received:

  1. Completion of the Conference Services application & submission of the resume (see link)

https://stj.formstack.com/forms/student_employment_application_academic_year

  1. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application

The employment process consists of interviews, criminal background check, St. John’s judicial review, GPA confirmation, and reference checks. 

Title:  Student Worker

Department:  Health Education Resource Center – College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Campus:Queens

Job ID:  S02250-582

Student Requested:  Regular Student

Job Purpose:  Under the direct supervision of both the Director and Services Coordinator, the student worker will assist with the day –to–day operations of the Health Education Resource Center between the hours of 8:30 am – 7:30 pm. The student will meet, greet and swipe students and faculty into the facility, assist students with retriveing items, maintain all printers and copy machines, and assist with administrative duties and special projects as needed.  

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Greet students and ensure each student’s ID is swiped and validated before allowing entry into HERC.
  • Greet all incoming students and faculty, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s) and/or departments.
  • Assist with answering telephones, running errands on campus, organizing student refreshments
  • Assist students with locating and retrieving items in HERC and in the Main Library’s collection
  • Assist students with using printers, copy machines, and desktop computers
  • Assist with data entry projects using Microsoft Excel
  • Assist with daily maintenance of the facility (I.e. pushing in chairs, loading paper trays, etc.)
  • Assist with the setup and coordination of events
  • Assist with the scanning and emailing of documents
  • Assist with updating serials and processing acquisitions

Equipment Used:  

  • Desktop Computer, laptop computer,  Scanner, Copy Machine, Printer, Projector   

Qualifications: 

  • Must have strong customer service skills and be  customer service centered
  • Must have strong communication skills
  • Must be detailed orientated
  • Experience working in a library setting, is preferred
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel
  • Familiarity with the office equipment listed above
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional
  • Ability to work well with others and independently at times
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week, with 1 – 2 evenings a week
  • Student cannot be enrolled in any of the programs offered in College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Skill Development Areas:

  • Customer Service, Collegiality and Teamwork, Adapting to Change, Accountability, Communication.

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Light to heavy lifting 5-25lbs

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students must also send a cover letter and resume to Jacklyn Vialet at [email protected]

Position Title:  Undergraduate Writing Coordinator (UWC)

Department:  Writing Across Communities

Job ID:  S04200-592

Job Overview:

At St. John’s University, Writing Across Communities encourages and supports students and faculty who strive to use writing to sustain diverse academic, cultural, civic, and professional communities both across St. John’s and beyond the university. Supervised by the Director of Writing Across Communities, the 2019 - 2020 Writing Coordinators will continue to develop Writing Across Communities (established in 2018) at St. John’s with undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and administrators in shared leadership.

Your work as an Undergraduate Writing Coordinator may include:

  • Working collaboratively with faculty to revise syllabi, write assignments, etc.
  • Following along with class readings and professors’ learning objectives
  • Supporting and challenging Writing Across Communities undergraduate and graduate student staff members, as well as Directors, with critical feedback
  • Brainstorming writing projects that enhance students’ learning experiences

In addition to working alongside faculty and fellow undergraduates across academic communities, Undergraduate Writing Coordinators will be encouraged to build and facilitate collaboration between Writing Across Communities and SJU faculty and student communities as well as communities beyond St. John’s. 

Qualifications:

  1. Be a full-time, matriculated St. John’s University sophomore, junior, or senior during the current academic year. We strongly encourage any and all majors from all SJU colleges to apply.
  2. Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  3. Willing to question how writing is used in communities as well as to consider the purpose and function of writing within communities.
  4. Curious about writing in higher education communities and invested in helping both faculty and students articulate, understand, and critique the ways writing works in learning and teaching inside St. John’s and beyond campus.
  5. Ability to reflect about your own writing process and interested in learning about the ways writers compose, revise and publish in various communities.
  6. Attentive and committed to issues of equity and inclusion.
  7. Be highly-motivated, able to work both independently and as part of a team, and willing to be reflective about this work.
  8. Show interest in communicating with a wide range of learners and writers.
  9. Understand the importance of confidentiality in all duties assigned.

Responsibilities:

  1. Work 10 to 15 hours per week in the Writing Across Communities space, including a commitment to a weekly staff meeting and ongoing staff education (i.e. reading about writing theory and pedagogies).
  2. Develop opportunities to support writing and learning of writing with diverse communities at SJU and beyond (especially the Queens area). 
  3. Collaborate as student partners with faculty to further the ways faculty use writing for learning and teaching in academic communities. Special notice will be paid to subverting the normative hierarchy of learning and teaching and breaking away from traditional/widely accepted writing standards. Writing Coordinators will work with and engage with faculty and students in a variety of ways, which may include:
  • Mentoring faculty on aspects of writing pedagogy from a student perspective, asking faculty how they could improve their assignments, feedback to writers, assessment of writing, etc.
  • Partnering with faculty to support writing in their classrooms. In this capacity, they may simultaneously provide one-to-one mentoring and support to students with their writing.
  • Partnering with faculty to provide insight into how writing is integrated within their courses
  • Co-facilitating reading groups of faculty and writing coordinators discussing writing theory and pedagogies
  • On some projects, partnering with student organizations and community organizations, as well institutions and individuals beyond St. John’s, to develop initiatives connected to St. John’s Writing Across Communities
  1. Collaborate with other program staff and faculty to research writing and writers and consider publishing and/or presenting that research.
  2. Work with Writing Across Communities staff to create a social media presence for the program (this may include developing weekly blog posts, updating social media accounts, creating accessible audio and video content, etc.).
  3. You may be invited to or asked to attend and/or present research/experiences at conferences here at St. John’s University, regionally or nationally.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Learn the various ways writing operates in writing communities both in and outside of St. John’s
  • Expand public speaking skills and confidence in front of larger cohorts (i.e. conferences, events, seminars) and more varied audiences (faculty and professionals as audience)
  • Gain research experience related to writing and writers
  • Enhance interpersonal skills through learning, teaching, and partnership opportunities
  • Work collaboratively with a team of your peers, faculty, administrators, and community members
  • Curate and expand educational social media outreach

Equipment Used:

Desktop and/or Laptop PCs, Video and Audio, Telephone, Photocopier, Scanner, Swipe Technology

Unusual Physical Demands:

Ability to travel from building to building with/without the carrying of materials, move lightweight furniture, hang poster-boards/art, etc.

To be considered for this opportunity, please complete the following items and send all materials to Writing Across Communities, at [email protected] with Undergraduate Writing Coordinator in the subject line.

  • Cover Letter addressed to Dr. Anne Ellen Geller, Director, Writing Across Communities:
    • Tell us what you would like us to know about you
    • Explain your relationship to writing (academic and otherwise)
    • Discuss why you’re interested in and qualified for this position
  • Resume

And

  • At least one recommendation from a professor, administrator, program coordinator or former supervisor. This may be included with your application materials oryour recommender may email a recommendation directly to: [email protected]

*You have access to Career Services at https://www.stjohns.edu/career-services for assistance with these documents.

If you are invited to interview for this position, you may be asked to provide and talk from:

  • Some of your writing--- including an example of a writing assignment that was particularly meaningful for you
  • A syllabus from a class of yours at St. John’s

Department: SJU GEAR UP/NYGEAR UP Programs

Title: Tutor/Mentor

Location: Long Island City High School; William Cullen Bryant High School; various other NYC High Schools (School Based Programs)                       

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/after school (Math, English Social Studies, Science)
  • Serve as mentors for project participants and assist with college preparedness tasks (e.g., completion of FAFSA, scholarship searches, college applications and research)
  • Provide college readiness and social emotional 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/implementation of college visits and educational field trips
  • Facilitate the MAAX program curriculum (SEL) 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 1-2 years of experience working with high school underserved student populations; either in tutoring or college readiness programs.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in the academic area for which tutoring/mentoring is provided (Math, English, Social Studies, Science and College Preparedness)

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, Science and College Readiness) preferred
  • Bilingual strongly encouraged

Work Schedule

  • This is a school-based program
  • Schedules may vary based on the sites/needs (i.e. - you may be based at different sites)
  • Monday-Friday within the hours of 8:00am- 4:00pm
  • Some Saturdays may be required for special events

Please note that this position is located off-campus and that students are required to travel to the locations above.

In addition to completing the online student application, interested candidates must submit their resume to Sumathy Applewhite, Coordinator 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:  Reservations Assistant for Front Desk Operations

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  Graduate Student

Reports To:  Wanda Gibson, Campus Room Scheduling Coordinator

Anticipated Start Date:  August 15- September 1, 2019

Job ID:  S03269-325R

Job Purpose:  Supports the Office of Conference Services in operating the front desk and managing space reservations during the Fall, Spring & Summer months

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Support front desk operations as the lead student for the reception team. 
  • Greet guests, answer telephones, answer questions and direct inquiries to the proper individual.
  • Train and become proficient using scheduling software systems and applications (Formstack, Banner, Access, EPM, Social Tables, Kx).
  • Process room reservation requests and enter into scheduling system and send out room confirmations.  
  • Review and maintain accuracy of “statuses” for Formstack internal space submissions on a daily basis.
  • Monitor csevents email inbox to respond to inquiries, requests for revisions & cancellations.
  • Run reports and schedules. Distribute events calendars to campus constituents.
  • Assist callers with completing online space request form.
  • Send survey link to clients who receive assistance via telephone & email
  • Provide office assistance as needed.  Assist with faxing, emailing, running errands on campus, checking event set ups and making copies
  • Provide administrative support for Wanda Gibson and Conference Services staff as needed.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.
  • Willing to work a minimum of 25 hours per week during the summer (June, July and the beginning of August)

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, printers and scanner

Qualifications: 

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented
  • Ability to work independently as well as work well with others
  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional
  • Open to all majors, Hospitality Management or a related course of study a plus

Candidates will only be considered for this position if the following information is received:

  1. Completion of the Conference Services application & submission of the resume (see link)

https://stj.formstack.com/forms/student_employment_application_academic_year

  1. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application

The employment process consists of application interviews, St. John’s judicial review, GPA confirmation, and reference checks. 

Title:  Graduate Student Worker for International Student Development

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  Graduate Student Worker

Job ID:  S02947-205M

Job Purpose:  As a graduate student worker in the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA), Queens Campus, this job description denotes your primary responsibilities. The Office operates as a cohesive unit, and you may be asked to assist in other areas throughout the Office as necessary.

Job Responsibilities:  Under the direction of the Director of International Student Development and Multicultural Affairs, Queens campus, this graduate student worker will assist with the planning and execution of all programs, including Project AIM: International Mentoring Program, cultural heritage celebrations (Native & Indigenous Heritage Month, Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month), and annual programs (International Students Welcome, Lunar New Year Dinner).

Other responsibilities include the implementation of training modules for students and being a liaison between the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the University community.

In collaboration with the Director of International Student Development, Office of Multicultural Affair, Queens campus, the graduate student worker:

  • Establish and complete a minimum of 20 office hours per week; additional hours may be available as needed.
  • Assist with the planning of Summer New International Students Orientation.
  • Participate and assist in planning and implementing Project AIM Training Retreats held in the beginning of Fall and Spring semesters (September 14, 2018 & January 25, 2020).
  • Assist in the coordination of Project AIM: International Mentoring Program, including:
    • co-designing program curriculum, recruiting mentors and mentees, facilitating skill-based and professional development training and projects, and coordinating campus engagement projects
    • handling programmatic issues and maintaining a database of program information
    • providing supervision and support to student coordinators and peer mentors
    • developing standard assessment tools to evaluate program effectiveness and outcomes for all participants
  • Assist in conducting research relating to benchmarking, international student development, student success, and other info relating to international student success.
  • Advise heritage month celebration planning committees including the development and execution of select months (Native and Indigenous Heritage Month and Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month).
  • Co-advise with the planning committees for annual/traditional programs.
  • Assist with the development and execution of International Students Welcome and Lunar New Year Dinner.
  • Effectively communicate with all marketing related personnel, including graphic designer(s) to create program promotion materials (info-graphics, posters, flyers) and manage social media presence.
  • Participate in the day-long Annual OMA Kick-Off, held in the beginning of the Fall semester (September 7, 2019).
  • Attend OMA Staff Meetings as requested.
  • Support campus wide initiatives related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Serve as a liaison to help build and maintain partnerships with the university communities.
  • Serve as an ambassador of OMA, creating a welcoming environment towards all students.
  • Assist or execute other duties as assigned by the administrators of OMA

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Enrollment in a full-time graduate program at St. John’s University
  • Maintain GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Good disciplinary standing as per the Dean of Student Life
  • Programming experience and ability to work within time constraints
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Excellent organization, multi-tasking, and time management skills
  • Ability to prioritize tasks
  • Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills
  • Demonstrated experience and sensitivity toward diverse communities and cultures
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite
  • Ability to maintain privacy and confidentiality in all duties assigned
  • Knowledge and familiarity of St. John’s University resources and processes
  • Highly-motivated and able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Understanding of international student development theories is preferred

Skill Development Areas:

  • Social Media, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students should also submit their Resume/Curricular Vitae (CV) and cover letter to Rosa Yen at [email protected]

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 Darren Deans at [email protected]

 

 

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Manhattan

Student Requested:  Regular Student

Job ID:  S03373-455

Job Purpose:  Assist office staff with day-to-day operations. 

Job Responsibilities: 

  • General office support to SRM Executive Office of Dean and Director.
  • Tasks ranging from copying, faxing, scanning, sorting documents.
  • Assist in organizing, preparing documentation and set-up for 3 board meetings.
  • Review weekly/monthly calendar of scheduled events.
  • Assist in facilitating of all SRM special events to include registration, signage, name tags and catering.
  • Mailings.
  • Duplicate CDs/DVDs upon request.
  • Place catering orders with vendors.
  • Ensure room set up is ready for events (tables/chairs) and food delivery.
  • Keep track of catering invoicing.
  • Receive food delivery.
  • At end of event, ensure all food and items are removed and cleaned for next event/class.
  • Coordinate food delivery with other team members in case of absence.
  • Keep stock of office supplies, ordering from Staples when necessary.
  • Sign for boxes and stored delivered items in appropriate locations.

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer skills.  Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Excellent communication skills.  
  • 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.
  • Flexible schedule; ability to work at least 10 hours per week.
    • Must be able to work on Tuesdays and Fridays
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • May be required to lift boxes of copy paper up to 25 lbs.

In addition to completing the online student employment application students should also send a copy of resume to Melodee Harper-Fields 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 in Paris or Rome.  The R.A. reports directly to the Residence Director and is involved in all facets of student life.
  • 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, 2019 (Fall 19) or November 4, 2019 (Spring 20); 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, 2019 (Fall 19) or November 4, 2018 (Spring 20)

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 and cover letter 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, 2019 (Fall 18) or November 4, 2019 (Spring 20)

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 to let them know that you are interested in consulting abroad as soon as you know you’ll be spending a semester in Paris or Rome.

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.