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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.

Student Worker Resource Guide Student Employment Brochure

How to Apply: 

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 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.

How to Start Work

In order to start work, a student must complete new hire paperwork and turn it into the Office of Human Resources. This will include showing original, unexpired documents that establish both identity and employment authorization. Scanned or photocopied documents will not be acceptable. The list of acceptable documents can be found here. No appointment is necessary to turn in new hire paperwork at the reception desk in Human Resources.

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. – 4:30 p.m.

Fridays
8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Phone
(718) 990-1865, press 3

Email us

Darren Russell
Student Employment Manager

Yarlini Thiruvilangam
Student Employment Specialist
 

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

Seasonal Positions

St. John's often has open positions that are available during school breaks. These positions are currently posted for Summer 2024.  Please see below for additional information.

Position Title:  Guest ServiceOperations Assistant

Dates of Employment Term:  May 22 – August 15

Location of Employer: Donovan Dance Studio

Campus:  Queens  

Supervisor:  Guest Services Coordinator

Job ID:  S03269-325G

Hourly Rate:  $15.00 per hour

Job Summary:   Provide outstanding customer service at the front desk for all summer conference guests.               

Responsibilities:

  • Provide exceptional, courteous and knowledgeable customer service to ensure a comfortable environment and successful stays for all guests.
  • Develop working knowledge of computer software operating systems.
  • Provide telephone support for front desk and professional staff.  Answer, screen and forward calls. Take informative and efficient messages.
  • Resolve guest concerns.
  • Produce StormCards for guests.
  • Maintain inventory log and restock forms, documents, parking permits, and StormCards.
  • Coordinate and maintain accurate logs for use of golf cart keys, lockouts, lost StormCards, and master key sets.
  • Prepare and assemble welcome packets.
  • Maintain a clean and neat Front Desk area.

Qualifications:

  • Flexibility to work mornings, afternoons, nights and weekends.
  • Ability to learn and exhibit proper office, telephone and customer service etiquette.
  • Ability to lift/carry objects weighing up to (50) pounds.

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://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/summer_employment
  2. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application

The employment process consists of application review, interviews, St. John’s judicial review, and GPA confirmation. Office of Conference Services cannot guarantee full-time hours for all shifts during the summer months (June 1-August 15) and employee hours range between (15) and (35) hours per week. Summer housing is not included. Housing may be provided to students who reside on campus during Spring semester and have committed to Fall semester housing. Housing will only be available during conference season (June 1-August 15). Housing charges outside of these dates will apply.  Students with housing assignments must be available to work (25) hours a week and must show proof of fall housing deposit before May 14.

Position Title:  Events & Audio-Visual Operations Assistant

Dates of Employment Term:  May 22 – August 15

Location of Employer:  ROTC Room 204

Campus:  Queens

Supervisor:  Events & A/V Operations Coordinator

Hourly wage:  $15.00 per hour    

Job ID:  S03269-325F

Job Summary:   Facilitate room set ups, breakdowns, and audio and visual services for summer conference events. Provide assistance with Graduation ceremonies in the arena, auditorium and outdoor venues.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide exceptional, courteous and knowledgeable customer service to ensure successful meeting room logistics and audio and visual services for all guests.
  • Provide Wi-Fi assistance to guests.
  • Provide support for school graduation ceremonies. Tasks include furniture set-ups, ushering, ticket taking, and wheelchair assistance.
  • Conduct inspections of classrooms and event spaces.
  • Complete room setups according to event request.
  • Turn off lights in unoccupied meeting spaces.
  • Document and report facilities and equipment concerns to the Call Center for the creation of work tickets
  • Inspect associated IT and A/V equipment in classrooms and meeting spaces. Document and report concerns to Classroom Support as needed.
  • Attend required training sessions and meetings.

Qualifications:

  • Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
  • Previous work experience with event logistics or audio and visual services.
  • Proficient in basic computer knowledge
  • Ability to lift/carry objects weighing up to (50) pounds

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://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/summer_employment
  2. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application.

The employment process consists of application review, interviews, St. John’s judicial review, and GPA confirmation. Office of Conference Services cannot guarantee full-time hours for all shifts during the summer months (June 1-August 15) and employee hours range between (15) and (35) hours per week. Summer housing is not included. Housing may be provided to students who reside on campus during Spring semester and have committed to Fall semester housing. Housing will only be available during conference season (June 1-August 15). Housing charges outside of these dates will apply.  Students with housing assignments must be available to work (25) hours a week and must show proof of fall housing deposit before May 14.

Position Title:  Housing Operations Assistant

Dates of Employment Term:  May 22 – August 15

Location of Employer: ROTC Room 204

Campus: Queens

Supervisor:  Housing Operations Coordinator

Job ID:  S03269-325H

Hourly rate:  $15.00 per hour   

Job Summary: Ensure quality housing accommodations and linen services for summer conference guests.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide quality housing accommodations and linen services for summer conference guests.
  • Provide exceptional, courteous and knowledgeable customer service to conference guests.
  • Conduct inspection of guest rooms, document and report concerns to Call Center for creation of work tickets.
  • Transport linen and toiletry supplies to the lounges.
  • Maintain cleanliness and organization of the storage room.
  • Stock Guest Services with supplies.
  • Attend required training sessions and meetings.

Qualifications:

  • Flexibility to work mornings, afternoons, nights and weekends
  • Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time
  • Ability to lift/carry objects weighing up to (50) pounds
  • Ability to move bins weighing in excess of (100) pounds with the assistance of a team

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://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/summer_employment
  2. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application

The employment process consists of application review, interviews, St. John’s judicial review, and GPA confirmation. Office of Conference Services cannot guarantee full-time hours for all shifts during the summer months (June 1-August 15) and employee hours range between (15) and (35) hours per week. Summer housing is not included. Housing may be provided to students who reside on campus during Spring semester and have committed to Fall semester housing. Housing will only be available during conference season (June 1-August 15). Housing charges outside of these dates will apply.  Students with housing assignments must be available to work (25) hours a week and must show proof of fall housing deposit before May 14.

Position Title:  Team Leader for Guest Services Operations

Dates of Employment Term:  May 22 – August 15

Location of Employer:  ROTC 206B / Donovan Dance Studio

Campus:  Queens 

Supervisor:  Guest Services Coordinator

Job ID:  S01243-325G

Hourly Rate:  $15.50 per hour

Job Summary:   Coordinate front desk and guest registration operations. Provide assistance to summer conference guests.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide exceptional, courteous and knowledgeable customer service to ensure a comfortable environment.
  • Attend required training sessions and meetings.
  • Develop expert knowledge of computer software operating systems. Train staff as needed.
  • Provide telephone support for front desk and professional staff. 
  • Resolve guest concerns.
  • Set-up and breakdown registration sites as needed.
  • Produce StormCards for guests
  • Maintain, inventory, log and restock forms, documents, parking permits, and StormCards.
  • Coordinate mail service.
  • Ensure logs are accurate and kept up to date.  Logs include golf cart keys, lockouts, lost StormCards, and master key sets.
  • Coordinate welcome packet assembly.
  • Coordinate testing of StormCards prior to arrival for guests.  Report concerns for resolution.
  • Conduct regular tests of equipment and report malfunctions.
  • Maintain a clean and neat Front Desk area.
  • Work with Office of Conference Services personnel to train and lead a team of Guest Services assistants.
  • Enforce and abide by policies and procedures established by the Office of Conference Services.
  • Create schedules for the team, verify hours, and coordinate breaks throughout shifts.

Qualifications:

  • Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
  • Possession of a valid driver’s license is preferred.
  • Knowledge of administrative procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files, record keeping, etc. and familiarity with office terminology.
  • Ability to lift/carry objects weighing up to (50) pounds.

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://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/summer_employment
  2. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application

The employment process consists of application review, interviews, St. John’s judicial review, and GPA confirmation. Office of Conference Services cannot guarantee full-time hours for all shifts during the summer months (June 1-August 15) and employee hours range between (15) and (35) hours per week. Summer housing is not included. Housing may be provided to students who reside on campus during Spring semester and have committed to Fall semester housing. Housing will only be available during conference season (June 1-August 15). Housing charges outside of these dates will apply.  Students with housing assignments must be available to work (25) hours a week and must show proof of fall housing deposit before May 14.

Position Title:  Team Leader for Events & A/V Operations                           

Dates of Employment Term:  May 22 – August 15

Location of Employer:  ROTC, Room 204

Campus:  Queens

Supervisor:  Events & A/V Operations Coordinator

Hourly Rate:  $15.50 per hour

Job ID:  S01243-325F

Job Summary:   Coordinate campus event set ups, break downs, and audio & visual support of classrooms and meeting spaces for summer conference guests.  Provide assistance with graduation ceremonies in the arena, auditorium and outdoor venues.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide the highest level of customer service for summer conference groups for their use of classrooms and meeting spaces.
  • Assist with event support for graduation ceremonies.
  • Provide support for room setups and breakdowns.
  • Ensure the meetings rooms are clean, neat, comfortable and ready for use.
  • Provide support for Wi Fi access for guests.
  • Train and lead a team of Events & A/V Operations Assistants.
  • Create work schedules for the team, verify hours, and coordinate breaks.
  • Develop Training Manual and support materials.
  • Develop operating knowledge of Kx, Banner and Oracle.  
  • Conduct inspection of classrooms and event spaces, document and report concerns to Call Center for creation of work tickets.
  • Provide re-sets of desks and furniture to ensure furniture meets the default capacity matrix and layout diagrams.
  • Inspect associated A/V equipment in classrooms and meeting spaces. Document and report concerns to Classroom Support for correction.
  • Provide quality control for events.

Qualifications:

  • Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
  • Possession of a valid driver’s license is preferred.
  • General knowledge of event set up logistics, Wi Fi and audio visual equipment.
  • Basic computer knowledge.
  • Availability to work mornings, afternoons, nights and weekends.
  • Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
  • Ability to lift/carry objects weighing up to (50) pounds.

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://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/summer_employment
  2. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application

The employment process consists of application review, interviews, St. John’s judicial review, and GPA confirmation. Office of Conference Services cannot guarantee full-time hours for all shifts during the summer months (June 1-August 15) and employee hours range between (15) and (35) hours per week. Summer housing is not included. Housing may be provided to students who reside on campus during Spring semester and have committed to Fall semester housing. Housing will only be available during conference season (June 1-August 15). Housing charges outside of these dates will apply.  Students with housing assignments must be available to work (25) hours a week and must show proof of fall housing deposit before May 14.

Position Title:  Housing Operations Team Leader

Dates of Employment Term:  May 22 – August 15

Location of Employer:  ROTC Room 204

Campus:  Queens

Supervisor: Housing Operations Coordinator

Job ID:  S01243 – 325H

Hourly rate: $15.50 per hour       

Job Summary: Ensure quality housing accommodations and linen services for summer conference guests. Provide leadership and direction for up to 8 student housing operations assistants.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide quality housing accommodations and linen services for summer conference guests.
  • Provide exceptional, courteous, and knowledgeable customer service to conference guests.
  • Conduct inspection of guest rooms, document and report concerns to Call Center for creation of work tickets.
  • Transport linen and toiletry supplies to the lounges.
  • Maintain cleanliness and organization of the storage room.
  • Stock Guest Services with supplies.
  • Attend required training sessions and meetings.
  • Work with Office of Conference Services personnel to train and lead a team of Housing Operations assistants.

Qualifications:

  • Flexibility to work mornings, afternoons, nights and weekends
  • Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time
  • Ability to lift/carry objects weighing up to (50) pounds
  • Ability to move bins weighing in excess of (100) pounds with the assistance of a team

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://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/summer_employment
  2. Completion of the Human Resources online student worker application

The employment process consists of application review, interviews, St. John’s judicial review, and GPA confirmation. Office of Conference Services cannot guarantee full-time hours for all shifts during the summer months (June 1-August 15) and employee hours range between (15) and (35) hours per week. Summer housing is not included. Housing may be provided to students who reside on campus during Spring semester and have committed to Fall semester housing. Housing will only be available during conference season (June 1-August 15). Housing charges outside of these dates will apply.  Students with housing assignments must be available to work (25) hours a week and must show proof of fall housing deposit before May 14.

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 by category at the bottom of the page.

Title:  Student Worker

Department:  University Call Center

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

Job ID:  S01969-231

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose:  Provide customer service support for Enrollment Management as well as designated departments and operations. Provide professional, quality telephone support and customer service assistance to all university customers including prospective and matriculating students, parents and alumni, as well as general public queries.

This position is a front line, customer service ACD telephone position that requires precise attention to detail, strong customer service skills with a professional and courteous work ethic and demeanor. Work hours are varied.  This position is currently an on-campus position but has the possibility of becoming remote should the circumstance arise.

Job Responsibilities:

Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):

  • Provide courteous and expedient telephone customer service and support
    • Respond to general inquiries regarding the University, including but not limited to inquiries about Admissions, Registrar, Financial Aid and Loans, and IT Help Desk
    • Support student outreach campaigns for various departments by contacting customers via telephone
  • Satisfy, respond to or redirect (as necessary) all incoming calls utilizing various systems and applications
  • Attend ongoing training to keep current with information and systems
  • Maintain a timely and efficient workflow of calls processed based on department objectives and standards
  • Assist other team members as needed and designated by the department
  • Provide insight, suggestions and comments on operational procedures, call analysis and training issues to management, which would contribute to an increase in efficiency, productivity and quality of service
  • Report to work as scheduled, log on to ACD and process assignments as delegated by department management
  • Additional responsibilities as required by Management

Equipment Used:   

  • Computers, ACD phone system.

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

Skill Development Areas: 

• Communication, Time Management, Multitasking

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students should send a copy of their resume to Sir William Otis at [email protected] or Rosalie Romano at [email protected]

Title: Student Worker

Campus: Queens

Student Requested: College Work Study 

Job ID: S01969-105F

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose:The student worker will work directly under the Manager of Global Programs - Fiscal Affairs and Planning. An opportunity for the student to leverage analytical and technical skills learned in the field of Business, while assisting with day to day financial operations of Global Programs.

Job Responsibilities:  

  • Review vendor invoices and process payments via wire transfers and online check requisitions.  
  • Request new vendor set ups.  
  • Review faculty and admin expense reimbursement requests to ensure accuracy and compliance.   
  • Assist with the organization of external programs and bed sale partner management process including updating weekly reports, drafting contracts, preparing invoices and processing payments.   
  • Assist with financial and budget forecasts based on year-end revenue and expenses.  
  • Process budget transfer on line using Banner. 
  • Assist with various yea-end processes/reporting.

Equipment Used:   

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner

Qualifications: 

  • Must be a student in good academic standing (2.0 GPA).
  • Attention to detail.
  • Intermediate computer skills, with knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. 
  • 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.
  • Training will be provided.

Skill Development Areas: 

  • Accounting, Finance, Pharmacy majors preferred 

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

Title:Student Worker for the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies (CLACS)

Campus:Queens

Student Requested:College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-540

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose: The student worker will be assisting CLACS on a variety of tasks. The worker will do administrative work such as filling and typing documents, answering the phone, making photocopies, or assisting in academic research and lecture preparation as needed by the chair. This will be an academic year position.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist with answering phones and emails.
  • Verbal communication with a wide variety of cultural backgrounds
  • Perform administrative and organizational office duties.
  • Manage all incoming and outgoing correspondence for the Office.
  • Ensure printers and copiers are regularly filled with paper and ensure inventory of supplies is properly stocked.
  • Assist in scheduling content and publishing materials for events across different platforms.
  • Assist the department in coordinating office procedures or activities.
  • Assist the Center Director with the Adult Literacy Program.

Equipment Used:

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.
  • This job operates in a professional office environment.
  • Routinely uses a computer, standard office equipment such as copiers, phones/voice mail, fax, scanner, printers, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Good computer skills and experience posting a variety of content across different platforms.
  • Good 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, Canvas, etc) desired, but not required.
  • Knowledge of Spanish and Latino culture desired.
  • 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.

Skill Development Areas:

  • Social Media, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

In addition to completing the online student employment application students should also submit their cover letter and resume to Dr. Alina Camacho-Gingrich at [email protected]and to Diana Flores at [email protected].

Title:  Student Worker

Campus: Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-305S

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

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

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

  • Provide exceptional customer service (answer questions, and direct to the proper individual(s))

  • General office duties (examples: answering telephones, faxing, file management, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes, and making copies)

  • Issue Parking Permits and updating the parking database

  • Taking photographs and creating StormCards

  • Troubleshooting (technology, StormCard & Parking issues and customer concerns)

  • Assist in special projects and events (other administrative duties as assigned)

  • Perform Data entry as required into spreadsheets and databases

  • Collaboration on improving office policy and procedure

  • Understanding of the University Parking Rules and Regulations

  • Working hours range between 7am – 11pm, weekends as required – throughout the calendar year

Equipment Used:  

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

Qualifications: 

  • Willingness to learn and contribute to a team

  • Prior customer service experience preferred

  • Familiarity with basic office equipment

  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel)

  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented

  • The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional

  • Ability to work well with others

  • Willingness to tackle new projects

  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week including possible night and weekend shifts.

  • Willingness to work the summer, winter, and spring breaks

  • Willingness to model the STJ Student Code of Conduct

Skill Development Areas:

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

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Light lifting, ability to walk distances within campus

In addition to completing the online employment application, and setting up an appointment via the link below, students must also send a copy of your resume to Kaidan Puglisi [email protected]

https://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/student_worker_application_stormcard_office

 

 

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job Purpose:  Public Safety IT

Job ID:  S01969-305I

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Service ticket requests that come in through our portal.
  • Perform Daily Weekly and Monthly tasks.
  • Communicate professionally with faculty, administrators, staff if needed via email, phone conversation.

Technology Used:  

  • Computers, photocopier, scanner, Access Control and DVS technology.

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent computer and technology 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 work at least 15 hours per week.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.
  • May be required to work between 7am – 11pm seven days a week.

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • The ability to lift up to 20 lbs.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should submit your resume through the below link.

https://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/student_worker_application_ps_it

Title:  Public Safety Resident Safety Monitor

Campus: Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-305

Salary:  $16.10 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose: To control access of residents and their guests into the residence halls in accordance with the visitation policy. Ensure the safety of St. John’s University’s 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 Kaidan Puglisi, Coordinator, Public Safety Operations at [email protected]

Schedule an interview using our booking page.

https://SJUIT.formstack.com/forms/student_worker_application

 

Campus
Queens

Student Requested
College Work Study 

Department
Athletic Events & Programming

Job ID
S01969-391

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)
 
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 while adhering to new Covid-19 protocols and practicing social distancing. 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, ball shagging, office hours, special projects, assisting with new sanitation efforts and other aspects of event management. We also handle special events for the athletic department and external groups.

Skills
Good communication skills, must be able to stand for long periods of time, lift 10-25 pounds, good attention to detail, able to work long hours, reliable and dependable 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 to Douglas Nover at [email protected] and [email protected]

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-361F

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose:  This is an academic year position that provides daily support to our Athletic Department by organizing and providing fueling options for Student-Athletes.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with product management and inventory
  • Assist with organizing logistics
  • Assist and communicate with Student-Athletes daily
  • Maintaining workspace appearance, ensuring products are presentable
  • Conduct check-in of Student-Athletes
  • Assist Deputy AD with facilities and operations projects as needed

Equipment Used:  

  • N/A

Qualifications: 

  • 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

Skill Development Areas:

  • Customer Service
  • Communication
  • Multitasking

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting objects of 20 lbs. or less.

In addition to completing the online student employment application interested students must also send a copy of your resume to Valentina Bailon at [email protected]

Department:Upward Bound Program

Title: Enrichment Specialist

Location:  Long Island City HS. This position is available mid-September 2023 through June 2024.                       

Job ID:  S01969-910T

Salary:  $16.50 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose:To provide academic, social and college preparedness support to underserved students that will increase their academic performance and preparation for postsecondary education.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide social/emotional support & academic advisement to high school students
  • Serve as mentors for HS participants and assist with college preparedness tasks (i.e.- completion of FAFSA, scholarship searches, college applications and research etc.)
  • Provide workshops to include enhancing soft-skills (i.e.- time management, organization, advocacy skills), social emotional support, career planning, college readiness, budgeting/finances, and financial aid assistance etc.
  • Assist with outreach and the collection of project services data (i.e.- attendance, event sign-in sheets, registration forms etc.)
  • Assist with the coordination of educational trips and college visits
  • Attend program activities including educational/cultural field trips, family events, and college tours
  • Participate in supervision meetings & trainings

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Candidates who recently completed or are pursuing a bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Minimum of two years of tutoring experience working with high school or college underserved student populations
  • Demonstrates proficiency in the academic area for which tutoring is provided (Math, English, and/or Science) *Grades 9-12

Skills/Requirements:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong foundation in at least two content areas (i.e., Math, English, and/or Science) *Grades 9-12
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Excellent communication (verbal/written) and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent computer skills (i.e.- Microsoft Office, Excel)
  • Commitment to supporting positive youth development
  • Bilingual (Spanish) strongly encouraged

Work Schedule:

  • This is a school-based program
  • Monday-Thursday 2:30pm-5:30pm
  • Some evenings and Saturdays may be required
  • Schedules will vary based on program needs

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also send your resume to Tony Davis at [email protected]

Department: Upward Bound Program

Title: Clerical Support Staff 

Location: St. John’s University/Queens Campus                       

Job ID:  S01969-910

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose: The Clerical Support Staff performs a variety of administrative, clerical, and program tasks which helps to support the Upward Bound program.

Job Responsibilities: *Please note that all work will take place on campus.

  • Assists with the program’s online data collection and case filing systems
  • 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
  • Completes program/office supply orders
  • Maintains confidentiality of all program information

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Candidates pursing bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Minimum of one year of data entry and clerical experience in an office setting
  • At least 1 year of undergraduate education preferred

Skills/Requirements:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Excellent computer skills
  • 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

Work Schedule

  • Monday-Friday within the hours of 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • Up to 10-12 hours per week (max)
  • This is for the Summer 2023 season (I.e.- Mid-May thru end August)

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

Title:  Undergraduate Admission Student Worker

Campus:  Queens Campus

Student Requested:  College Work Stud

Job ID:  S01969-155

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

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 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 (Microsoft Word, Excel and 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 applicants should email your resume and a statement of weekly availability (including days and times) to Christine Randall at [email protected]

Title:  Tutor 

Campus:  Queens

Department: University Learning Commons (ULC)

Student Requested: Work Study student

Job ID:  S01969-141

Provide tutoring to St. John’s University students so they may clarify learning obstacles and practice study strategies. Provide referrals for other support services on campus.  Hours are flexible with tutoring sessions offered both in-person and remotely.  Day, evening, and Sunday hours are available.  

Tutors needed in all subjects, with a high need for Math, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Accounting, Economics, Business Law, History and Theology.   

Salary: $16.50 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job description:

  • Attend tutor training at the beginning of the semester, to earn National Tutoring Association (NTA) certification.  Also participate in departmental training as offered.
  • Meet with students individually or in small groups to provide academic assistance & support.
  • Establish relationships with students and serve as a resource for other campus support.
  • Maintain an up-to-date schedule of work hours per week.
  • Keep regular and accurate records of tutoring sessions.
  • Assist with departmental needs during downtime (i.e. outreach, data collection, marketing efforts on social media).
  • Assist in the co-facilitation of workshops geared to promote positive study skills and habits. 
  • Read and respond to emails as well as submit required paperwork in a timely fashion (i.e. time sheets, schedules, client report forms, etc) 
  • Remain in good academic and judicial standing at the University.

Qualifications:

  • Overall GPA of 3.80 (exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis).
  • Must be a sophomore or higher grade level.
  • Obtain two (2) letters of recommendation from a St. John’s University faculty member.
  • One of the letters must be from a professor who has taught you in the subject you wish to tutor. 
  • The second letter may be from a professor in the same subject area or from a professor who has taught you in any subject
  • Attach and send an “unofficial” transcript (grade record) with your application. (Found on UIS/Student/Student Records/Academic Record/Unofficial Transcript)
  • Must have an operational computer with webcam and reliable internet connection (for online).
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Reliability and a strong work ethic.
  • Patience and a desire to help others succeed.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, please complete the tutor application (when you open this link, please click in "open in browser" to be able to complete the form electronically and email it back).  Along with the completed application email your resume and transcripts to [email protected]

*Please note that we are now recruiting for Spring and Fall 2024.

Title: Summer Art Gallery Associate

Campus:  Queens Campus

Student Requested: College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-178

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose:  The Summer 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. This position is for the summer (through July and possibly August), with the potential of extension into the fall semester.

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
  • 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 8 – 15 hours per week

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 Max Warsh at [email protected].

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-302I

Salary:  $16.50 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose:  Are you interested in investments and portfolio management?  We are looking for an energetic and hard-working student to help support the future of St. John’s University.  As a student worker, you will gain exposure to a variety of investment firms, investment strategies, and valuable insights into the financial services industry.  Some common tasks you may encounter include record retention and retrieval, note-taking during calls and meetings, database construction, and investment performance monitoring.  This position is offered during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. This position is required to work in the office.

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Participate in the institutional investment community, representing St. John’s University, sharing information, and assessing trends.
  • Maintain, update, and enhance the Investment Offices’ databases.
  • Attend and take notes on manager diligence meetings and internal presentations.
  • Interface with the University’s investment managers.  This may include documenting materials, coordinating meetings, and distributing surveys/data requests.
  • Monitor and evaluate the performance of existing investments and investment managers through continuous review of portfolio analytics, meetings, and manager communications.
  • Adhere to and ensure compliance with the Endowment’s investment policy, the Investment Office’s policies and procedures, and all relevant legal, regulatory, and ethical standards.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology.

Qualifications: 

  • A passion for financial markets and investing.
  • Attention to detail and an ability to think creatively and efficiently while maintaining organization.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and ability to multitask.
  • Strong quantitative skills.
  • Excellent computer skills (MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel).
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional and timely manner.
  • Related internship/work experience preferred but not required.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.
  • Flexible schedule.

Skill Development Areas:  Finance, Investments, Communication, Time Management, Multitasking.

Unusual Physical Demands:  N/A

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested candidates should send a copy of your resume to [email protected].

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-448

Job Purpose:  Administrative support for the Military Science/ Army ROTC Department throughout the Academic year to include the summer and breaks.

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, emailing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies.
  • Greet Cadets, Cadre and their office guests, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s).
  • Assist with the HR office, Recruiting office, assist with recruiting events on campus.
  • Meet with students as necessary to review Personnel or Training files and assist with processing paperwork.
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
  • Build and review packets for the department.
  • Maintain and update Cadet Files.
  • Contact Cadets to inform them of any missing paperwork.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Equipment Used:  

  • Computers, fax machine, photocopier, scanner, projector, phone, tablet, and laminator.

Qualifications: 

  • Basic office experience
  • Good computer skills (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • 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.
  • Flexible schedule.

Skill Development Areas:

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

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Some lifting (no more than 25lbs).

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

Title:  Front Desk Student Worker (Center for Student Success)

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

Job ID:  S01969-141

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

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 administrative staff.  

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)/ check-out students when leaving.
  • Make sure that tutors and students have enough supplies (pencils, paper, white erase markers, etc.), and that the ULC is neat and tidy at all times.
  • Assist administrators with various tasks upon request.

Qualifications:

  • Prior receptionist experience is a plus.
  • 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.
  • Strong work ethic – fully committed to creating a positive experience for all who enter the ULC; proactive and diligent in their work.

Skills:

  • Customer Service, Communication, Intercultural Proficiency, Proficient in using Microsoft suite (I.e.-Outlook, WORD, Excel etc.)

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also complete the front desk application Front Desk_Application_UpdateMay2023_Template.pdfand e-mail their resume to [email protected]

Job Title: Literacy Intervention Tutor 

Department: School of Education

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

Campus: Queens 

Job ID: S01969-558R

Salary: $16.50

Job Purpose: Reading Partners is a nationally operating nonprofit that provides one-on-one in school reading intervention to children ages 6-10 who are currently 6 months to 2.5 years behind in reading.  We seek to empower underserved elementary school children with strong literacy skills by partnering them with tutors in the community. 

Reading Partners is looking for in person tutors to serve our students in a one-on-one tutoring space. Tutoring with Reading Partners requires no teaching experience, as we provide initial training, all necessary materials and ongoing support.  Reading Partners offers flexible hours by working closely with tutors to determine optimum tutoring schedules, with sessions running Monday through Thursday during the school day (8am – 3pm).   We are seeking Federal Work Study students who are interested in serving as literacy Intervention Tutors for students during 1-1 sessions.  To learn more visit https://readingpartners.org/volunteer

Work Hours: Flexible schedule with a maximum 20 hours per week during the semester 

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Working one-on-one with elementary school students reading below grade level using our virtual structured curriculum. 

  • Preparing for lessons using the materials provided.

  • Establishing meaningful relationships and supporting student growth through Social Emotional Learning (SEL).

  • Able to commit between 5-20 hours per week.

  • Able to commit to tutoring in person at one of our reading centers. 

Required Qualifications: 

  • Patience working with students who need help learning.

  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision.

  • Ability to interact effectively with diverse groups of students.

  • Ability to commit to a schedule and show up promptly when expected.

  • Approved to receive a federal work study grant by the Student Financial Services Office.

  • Ability to complete a mandatory background check with the Department of Education in person.

  • Must have a valid social security number (this is required in order to complete the mandatory background check).

  • School of Education majors preferred but all students are welcome to apply.

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

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

Job ID:  S01969-376

Salary: $16 p/h

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. 

  • 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 resume and cover letter to Matthew Iaria at [email protected]

Title:  Student Worker

Campus: Queens

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

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

Job ID:  S01969-302P

Salary:  $16 p/h

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, statement of availability (days & times) and resume to Stephen Albert at [email protected] or Rocky Nath at [email protected]

Department:Upward Bound Program

Title: Enrichment Specialist

Location:  Long Island City HS. This position is available mid-September 2023 through June 2024.                       

Job ID:  S01032-910T

Salary:  $16.50 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job Purpose:To provide academic, social and college preparedness support to underserved students that will increase their academic performance and preparation for postsecondary education.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide social/emotional support & academic advisement to high school students
  • Serve as mentors for HS participants and assist with college preparedness tasks (i.e.- completion of FAFSA, scholarship searches, college applications and research etc.)
  • Provide workshops to include enhancing soft-skills (i.e.- time management, organization, advocacy skills), social emotional support, career planning, college readiness, budgeting/finances, and financial aid assistance etc.
  • Assist with outreach and the collection of project services data (i.e.- attendance, event sign-in sheets, registration forms etc.)
  • Assist with the coordination of educational trips and college visits
  • Attend program activities including educational/cultural field trips, family events, and college tours
  • Participate in supervision meetings & trainings

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Candidates who recently completed or are pursuing a bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Minimum of two years of tutoring experience working with high school or college underserved student populations
  • Demonstrates proficiency in the academic area for which tutoring is provided (Math, English, and/or Science) *Grades 9-12

Skills/Requirements:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong foundation in at least two content areas (i.e., Math, English, and/or Science) *Grades 9-12
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Excellent communication (verbal/written) and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent computer skills (i.e.- Microsoft Office, Excel)
  • Commitment to supporting positive youth development
  • Bilingual (Spanish) strongly encouraged

Work Schedule:

  • This is a school-based program
  • Monday-Thursday 2:30pm-5:30pm
  • Some evenings and Saturdays may be required
  • Schedules will vary based on program needs

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should also send your resume to Tony Davis at [email protected]

Title:  Tutor 

Campus:  Queens

Department: University Learning Commons (ULC)

Student Requested: Regular Student

Job ID:  S04048-141

Provide tutoring to St. John’s University students so they may clarify learning obstacles and practice study strategies. Provide referrals for other support services on campus.  Hours are flexible with tutoring sessions offered both in-person and remotely.  Day, evening, and Sunday hours are available.  

Tutors needed in all subjects, with a high need for Math, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Accounting, Economics, Business Law, History and Theology.   

Salary: $16.50 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)

Job description:

  • Attend tutor training at the beginning of the semester, to earn National Tutoring Association (NTA) certification.  Also participate in departmental training as offered.
  • Meet with students individually or in small groups to provide academic assistance & support.
  • Establish relationships with students and serve as a resource for other campus support.
  • Maintain an up-to-date schedule of work hours per week.
  • Keep regular and accurate records of tutoring sessions.
  • Assist with departmental needs during downtime (i.e. outreach, data collection, marketing efforts on social media).
  • Assist in the co-facilitation of workshops geared to promote positive study skills and habits. 
  • Read and respond to emails as well as submit required paperwork in a timely fashion (i.e. time sheets, schedules, client report forms, etc.) 
  • Remain in good academic and judicial standing at the University.

Qualifications:

  • Overall GPA of 3.80 (exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis).
  • Must be a sophomore or higher grade level.
  • Obtain two (2) letters of recommendation from a St. John’s University faculty member.
  • One of the letters must be from a professor who has taught you in the subject you wish to tutor. 
  • The second letter may be from a professor in the same subject area or from a professor who has taught you in any subject
  • Attach and send an “unofficial” transcript (grade record) with your application. (Found on UIS/Student/Student Records/Academic Record/Unofficial Transcript)
  • Must have an operational computer with webcam and reliable internet connection (for online).
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Reliability and a strong work ethic.
  • Patience and a desire to help others succeed.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, please complete the tutor application (when you open this link, please click in "open in browser" to be able to complete the form electronically and email it back).  Along with the completed application email your resume and transcripts to [email protected] 

*Please note that we are now recruiting for Spring & Fall 2024.

The St. John’s University Upward Bound Program provides fundamental support to participants from Long Island City High School in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. Upward Bound serves: high school students from low-income families; and high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.

The St. John’s University Upward Bound program is currently seeking (1) Multimedia Teacher for our after-school program which will be held at Long Island City High School, located in Long Island City, NY . The after-school program will begin in mid- September 2023 and end in June of  2024.

Key Responsibilities:  

  • Teach students the fundamentals of Audio, Video, Technology & Film including the applications and techniques commonly used in the industry. (Grades 9-12)
  • Instruct students using effective instructional strategies such as research projects, group discussions, cooperative learning, project and problem-based learning.
  • Prepare engaging and challenging lessons for a balanced program of instruction, demonstration, and work time that provides students with opportunities to observe, question, and investigate.
  • Examines careers in Audio, Video, Technology & Film and effectively guides students through industry career exploration.
  • Makes industry connections for the purpose of facilitating real-world experiences for students such as classroom guest speakers, job shadows, service learning, and work-based learning.
  • Instruct students about proper maintenance of school labs and facilities
  • Monitor student progress and set targets to ensure expected progress is achieved
  • Instruct students about proper care and usage of provided technologies equipment
  • Act as program’ social media liaison 

Desired Skills & Experience:  

  • Experience teaching film and video production, editing, cinematography techniques, photography, editing, graphic design and visual communication strategies.
  • Proficient with both MAC and PC platforms. Software knowledge required: iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and Photoshop.
  • Must have experience with web-based content management systems, video optimization and archival techniques
  • High School diploma or equivalent required; College credits and formal education in specialized activity preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal skills evidenced by the ability to work cooperatively and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, faculty, staff and students.
  • Digital Animation and Graphic Design are a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.

Must be available to work Monday – Thursday from 2:30pm to 5:30pm some Saturdays as needed.

Dates of employment: Academic school year 2023-2024

Job ID: S01032-910M

Pay: $25hr-$35hr

Job location: Long Island City HS

How to Apply:

In addition to completing the online student employment application, if you would like to be a member of our dynamic team, please submit your résumé and a thoughtful cover letter that explains your interest in the role and our organization to Program Director: Mr. Tony Davis at [email protected]


The St. John’s University Upward Bound Program provides fundamental support to participants from Long Island City High School in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. Upward Bound serves: high school students from low-income families; and high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.

The St. John’s University Upward Bound program is currently seeking (1) Cosmetology Teacher for our after-school program, which will be held at Long Island City High School, located in Long Island City, NY. The after-school program will begin in mid- September 2023 and end in June of  2024.

Key Responsibilities:  

  • Develop and deliver lesson plans for the daily activities of the cosmetology program
  • Instruct students on makeup applications, hair styling, and nail design
  • Instruct students in the operation of cosmetology equipment
  • Incorporate the use of computers into lesson plans
  • Provide feedback to students and organizations to improve instruction
  • Supervise the professional instruction of cosmetology students and apprentices, including providing feedback, grading performance, and conducting evaluations
  • Prepare schedules, lesson plans, and course outlines; test students on course material, and administer exams
  • Maintain accurate student records
  • Participate in ongoing professional development activities

Desired Skills & Experience:  

  • Experience in an individual cosmetology program
  • Knowledge of the latest developments, research, and techniques from the cosmetology industry
  • Ability to integrate knowledge of the cosmetology industry with the curriculum of an institution
  • Knowledge of the teaching methods and techniques consistent with curriculum
  • Skills for instructing both theory and practice
  • High School diploma or equivalent required; college credits and formal education in specialized activity preferred.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Must be available to work Monday – Thursday from 2:30pm to 5:30pm some Saturdays as needed.

Dates of employment: Academic school year 2023-2024

Pay: $25hr-$35hr

Job ID: S01032-910C

Job location: Long Island City HS

How to Apply:

In addition to completing the online student employment application, if you would like to be a member of our dynamic team, please submit your résumé and a thoughtful cover letter that explains your interest in the role and our organization to Program Director: Mr. Tony Davis at [email protected]


The St. John’s University Upward Bound Program provides fundamental support to participants from Long Island City High School in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. Upward Bound serves: high school students from low-income families; and high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.

The St. John’s University Upward Bound program is currently seeking (1) Dance Teacher for our after-school program which will be held at Long Island City High School, located in Long Island City, NY. The after-school program will begin in mid- September 2023 and end in June of  2024.

Key Responsibilities:  

  • Lead debates with students on topics including globalization, economics, and political history of Dance.
  • Choreograph dance pieces for the participants and organize performance details (costumes, rehearsals, parent communication) for company concerts.
  • Create and run up-to-date and relevant drills.
  • Plan various student activities and performances.
  • Fill in additional teaching positions when needed (Hip hop, ballet, African, pointe, and tap, salsa, merengue)
  • Help kids gain strength, balance, and coordination and other gymnastic skills.
  • Assist with creating an event planning budget per season, including shopping and ordering costumes, supplies, props, etc.
  • Focus on teaching fundamental dance steps and positions, while incorporating improvisational and choreographic elements.
  • Receive and implement ongoing feedback and support from an outstanding educational leadership team and faculty.
  • Administrate dance classes to disadvantaged adolescents participating in after-school program designed to inspire youth to pursue creative arts
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with parents and guardians through regular communication about their child’s strengths and areas of growth.
  • Actively participate in training sessions, designated meetings, and special events.
  • Adhere to all Department of Health, Upward Bound, and funder standards, expectations, and regulations.   
  • Other activities and duties that address the ongoing health and well-being of our staff and members.

Desired Skills & Experience:    

  • High School diploma or equivalent required; College credits and formal education in specialized activity preferred.
  • Have a demonstrated talent/aptitude with the ability and experience to teach in any of the following Dance areas ((Hip hop, ballet, African, pointe, and tap, salsa, merengue)
  • Formal certification in specialized activity required.
  • Knowledge of MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Access, Adobe PageMaker and Photoshop preferred.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.

Must be available to work Monday – Thursday from 2:30pm to 5:30pm some Saturdays as needed.

Dates of employment: Academic school year 2023-2024

Pay: $25hr-$35hr

Job ID: S01032-910D

Job location: Long Island City HS

How to Apply:

In addition to completing the online student employment application, if you would like to be a member of our dynamic team, please submit your résumé and a thoughtful cover letter that explains your interest in the role and our organization to Program Director: Mr. Tony Davis at [email protected]


Title:  Student Videographer 

Campus:  Queens 

Student Requested:  Regular Student  

Job ID:  S02400-251

Salary:  $16 p/h (effective 1/1/2024)  

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

Job Responsibilities:   

  • Record footage for University projects.
  • Logging and meta tagging video clips.
  • Assist with special projects as assigned.
  • 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/Mirrorless Camera systems, Sony Cinema Cameras (FX6, FX3, FS7), LED lights
  • Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Mac computers.

Qualifications:  

  • Mac computer skills.
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented.  
  • Ability to handle confidential matters and be professional.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle video production.
  • Ability to work approximately 10-20 hours per week.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects.
  • Proficient writer.
  • Flexible schedule; including weekends and nights.
  • Have a good sense of humor.
  • TV & Film and Communication Arts majors preferred.   

Skill Development Areas:  

  • Communication
  • Shooting techniques
  • Editing techniques
  • Motion graphics  

Unusual Physical Demands:  

  • Lifting equipment up to 15-20 pounds. 

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students must send a copy of your resume and past video work to Nick Boffardi at [email protected] and to Patty Watts at [email protected]

Title:  Graduate Student Tutor     

Campus:  Queens

Department: Center for Student Success/ University Learning Commons (ULC)

Student Requested:  Graduate Student  

Job ID:  S04048-141G

Salary:  Compensation for this position is $17.50 per hour. (effective 1/1/2024)

Provide tutoring to St. John’s University undergraduate students so they may clarify learning obstacles and practice study strategies. Provide referrals for other support services on campus. Hours are flexible with tutoring sessions offered both in-person and remotely.  Day, evening, and Sunday hours are available.  

Tutors needed in all subjects, with a high need for Math, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Accounting, Economics, Business Law, History and Theology. 

Job description:

  • Attend tutor training at the beginning of the semester, to earn National Tutoring Association (NTA) certification. Also participate in departmental training as offered.
  • Meet with students individually or in small groups to provide academic assistance & support.
  • Establish relationships with students and serve as a resource for other campus support.
  • Maintain an up-to-date schedule of work hours per week.
  • Keep regular and accurate records of tutoring sessions. 
  • Assist with departmental needs during downtime (i.e.- outreach, data collection, marketing efforts on social media etc.).
  • Assist in the co-facilitation of workshops geared to promote positive study skills and habits.
  • Read and respond to emails as well as submit required paperwork in a timely fashion (i.e.-time sheets, schedules, client report forms etc.).
  • Remain in good academic and judicial standing at the University.

    Qualifications:
  • Overall undergraduate GPA of 3.80 (exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis).
  • Must be an SJU graduate student.
  • Obtain two (2) letters of recommendation from a St. John’s University faculty member.
  • One of the letters must be from a professor who has taught you in the subject you wish to tutor.
  • The second letter may be from a professor in the same subject area or from a professor who has taught you in any subject.
  • Attach and send an “unofficial” undergraduate transcript (grade record) with your application. (Found on UIS/Student/Student Records/Academic Record/Unofficial Transcript).
  • Must have an operational computer with webcam and reliable internet connection (for online).
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Reliability and a strong work ethic.
  • Patience and a desire to help others succeed.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, please complete the Tutor Application. Along with the completed application, please email your resume and transcripts to [email protected] 

*Please note that we are now recruiting for Spring & Fall 2024.

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.

Department:  Student Life - Staten Island 

Title:  Campus Recreation Student Worker

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-379

Salary:  $15 p/h

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]

 

Title:  Student Worker - Office of Student Life

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study 

Job ID:  S01969-355

Salary:  $15 p/h

Job Purpose:  The Student Life Student Worker  position is a per semester position.  The primary focus is to offer excellent customer service to students as well as assist in day to day office 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).
  • Data entry into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
  • Create flyers.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned. 

Equipment Used:   

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

Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with the office equipment - Swipe Technology , fax, computer, photocopier
  • 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 (occasional evenings/weekends/holidays are required).
  • Flexible schedule (if required).

Skill Development Areas:   

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

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

Title:  Concierge General Staff

Campus:   Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-355C

Salary:  $15 p/h

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]

Title:  Student Worker

Campus: Staten Island

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-482S

Salary:  $15 p/h

Job Summary:  The student worker will work directly with the staff and administrators of the college.  They will report to their assigned supervisor who will delegate day to day tasks.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Cover reception desk during office and lunch hours, or as requested
  • Greet students and other guests appropriately, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s)
  • Swipe all students in upon arrival to the dean’s office
  • Provide office support (answering telephones, faxing, making copies, running errands on campus, filing correspondence, making appointments, etc.)
  • Assemble packets, assist with special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Organizational skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Customer service skills
  • Communication skills, oral and written
  • Technology skills, e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher (where applicable)
  • Professional workplace demeanor and ability to handle confidential matters
  • Ability to work with others
  • Ability to work a minimum of 10-20 hours per week, including Wednesdays. (Evening or weekend hours may be available.)

Skill Development:  Listening, customer service, time management, multitasking, communication

Equipment Used:  Computers, fax machine, photocopiers, scanner (where applicable)

Unusual Physical Demands:  Ability to walk stairs and building to building, carry materials, able to lift or move items 10-20 pounds (boxes, etc.)

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

Position Title:  Student Worker

Campus:   Staten Island - St. John’s College - Flynn Hall 102 

Student Requested:  College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-532

Salary:  $15 p/h

Job Summary:  The student worker will work directly with the staff and administrators of the college.  They will report to their assigned supervisor who will delegate day to day tasks.  Below is a list of duties and responsibilities.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Assist with answering telephone, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes and making copies
  • Greet office guests appropriately, answer questions and direct to the proper individual(s)
  • Data entry onto Excel spreadsheets
  • Create presentation in PowerPoint
  • Assemble packets, assist with special projects and other administrative duties or special projects as assigned
  • Dress professionally

Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with the office equipment (computer, fax, phone)
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Excellent communication skills, oral and written, and detail oriented
  • Professional workplace demeanor and ability to handle confidential matters
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Ability to work a minimum of 10-15 hours per week (Evening or weekend hours may be available.)
  • Flexible schedule (if required)

Skill Development:  Listening, customer service, time management, multitasking, communication, Intercultural proficiency, Student learning

Equipment Used:  Computers, fax machine, photocopiers, scanner (where applicable)

Physical Demands:  Ability to walk stairs, carry materials

To Apply:

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should email your resume to Nancy Maggi at [email protected]

Title: Student Associate Greeter – Alumni Relations

Campus: Staten Island

Student Requested: College Work Study

Job Purpose:  Reporting to the Alumni Relations Graduate Assistants, this individual will provide administrative office support through e-mail and phone coverage, main lobby greeter, staff events, and general office duties. Office hours are 9am-4:30pm, plus event coverage.

Job ID:  S01969-172S

Salary:  $15 p/h

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Welcome and assist visitors (alumni, students, employees) as they enter the University Center building in a professional and courteous manner
  • Responding to alumni inquiries and routing appropriately if needed via alumni relations main phone line and e-mail account
  • Designing Excel spreadsheets and mail merges
  • Utilize database to code and document alumni records
  • Expected to staff all alumni events (including availability evenings and weekends)
  • Correspond with alumni through e-mail and phone to schedule meetings, promote events and programs
  • Create content for emails, printed pieces, and social media
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Qualifications: 

  • Must be engaging, inquisitive, and curious with an always willing to help attitude
  • Ability to work in person 8-10 hour a week during semesters
  • Excellent communication and customer satisfaction skills
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner
  • Professional appearance and work ethic
  • Great attitude with high-energy
  • Outstanding communication skills in both verbal and written
  • Attention to detail
  • Extremely personable
  • Punctual
  • Able to work well in either a team or on your own
  • Sense of humor

Skill Development Areas:

  • Communication Skills, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Project Management, Time Management, Multitasking, Business Writing

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting boxes up to 25 lbs, transporting event materials, setting up event tables and chairs as needed

In addition to completing the online student employment application, students should send a copy of your resume to Rita Torsney-Sullivan, Associate Director, Alumni Relations, [email protected] and Ashley Cimato, Assistant Director, Alumni Relations [email protected] – Subject line: “Student Associate Application – Alumni Relations”

Title:  Student Government Assistant 

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-355G

Salary:  $15 p/h

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]

Title:  Student Worker

Campus:  Staten Island – Career Services

Student Requested:   College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-354

Salary:  $15 p/h

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 12 - 20 hours weekly, to be scheduled on 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 resume to Sophia Fenn at [email protected]

College Work Study – University Career Services

Department:  University Career Services – Flynn Hall – Suite 115, Staten Island  

Title:  Student Worker – Media & Marketing

Job ID: S0196-354M

Student Requested: College Work Study

Salary:  $15 p/h

Job Purpose:

This position will be in an office setting, supporting all UCS marketing efforts and promotional campaigns through social media, specifically on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and LinkedIn.

This position would be through the academic year. Summer will be a consideration.

JOB DUTIES:

  • Assist in the creation and scheduling of content and publishing materials for events across different social media platforms.
  • Maintain organization of graphic designs, event descriptions, and photographs for efficient use.
  • Assist 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, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIn)
  • Other platforms (Buffer, Canva)
  • Computers (Microsoft Office 365, Teams, Handshake, St. John’s Connect)


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 Jocelyn Coalter at [email protected].

Title:OMA Student Worker (Office of Multicultural Affairs & Inclusivity Resource Center)

Campus:Staten Island

Student Requested:College Work Study

Job ID:  S01969-296

Salary:  $15 p/h

Job Purpose:The student selected for this position will focus mainly on supporting the office clerical needs of the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) and Inclusivity Resource Center (IRC), with specific attention to answering phones, greeting guests, and OMA-specific event support efforts. This position is currently an academic year position, with an option to renew annually, pending review from supervisor.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Greet/welcome guests to the OMA Administrative Offices/ Inclusivity Resource Center (IRC), located in Kelleher Center.
  • Respond to all front desk inquiries in a professional manner, including but not limited to answering phone calls, taking detailed messages, directing guests, and assisting with other office/event tasks.
  • Properly answer, transfer, put on hold, and manage the office phone.
  • Maintain order of office cleanliness, including OMA Administrative Offices and workstations and IRC lounge, event room, and storage areas.
  • Assist in preparing materials (handouts, pamphlets, packages, etc.) for OMA events and services.
  • Assist in setting up and cleaning up any rooms used for the purposes of OMA programs and events.
  • Maintain order of student staff workstation, OMA suite, and storage areas.
  • Open and/or close Inclusivity Resource Center doors during office hours.
  • Be an inclusive representative of the OMA, a reporting unit to the Office of Equity and Inclusion.
  • Communicate information to OMA personnel and student peers/colleagues.

Equipment Used:

  • Computers, cell phone, iPad, camera, photocopier, scanner, swipe technology, social media, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Innovator—the person selected will be excited to help forward OMA mission & IRC presence.
  • Ability to handle sensitive matters in a professional manner.
  • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week (college work study) and up to 20 (or end of work-study allowance).
  • Ability to communicate effectively and be inclusive to peers across varied identities and work styles.
  • Willingness to tackle new projects and take initiative.
  • Related work experience in an office setting or with programs and events is preferred.

Unusual Physical Demands:

  • Lifting boxes (up to 30lbs.), unpacking boxes, picking up and moving around chairs and tables, carrying supplies, cleaning tables, chairs, appliances, hauling a wagon with food, décor/supplies, etc.

Professional Development Areas:

  • By serving in this role, students will develop and improve the following areas:

Creativity/Innovation, Cultural Competency, DEI Awareness/Appreciation, Effective Communication, Event Planning, Leadership/Career Development, and Priority/Time Management.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students should send a copy of your resume to Leticia Romero at [email protected]and a brief explanation of your interest in this role.

Title: Student Success Center - Tutor

Campus:  Staten Island - Mahoney Hall 102 

Job ID:  S04026-563

Salary:  $15.50 p/h

Job Purpose:

The primary functions of the part-time Math tutor are to assist students currently registered at St. John’s University.  Part-time tutors should present a professional yet pleasant demeanor and continually work to reinforce knowledge of course content and tutorial methods.  This includes attendance at tutor trainings and orientations.  As needed, part-time tutors assist with the overall operations (answering phones, creating and distributing advertisement fliers, etc.) of the ULCTutoringCenter.

Qualifications:

All part-time tutors must:

  • At least one full semester at St. John’s University(Familiarity university coursework)
  • Meet the employment criteria of St. John’s University
  • Have earned a B+ average or better in the course tutored
  • Must be at least a college sophomore.
  • Must submit a Faculty/Staff Recommendation form
  • Complete tutor training

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Encourage students to become independent learners through questioning and assessment
  • Act professionally
  • Adhere to work schedule
  • Tutor registered students
  • Check E-mail and/or file for department correspondence
  • Communicate schedule changes, concerns, issues with supervisor
  • Complete paper work (Logs, Sign-in/sign-out sheets, Timesheets, etc.)
  • Create a positive academic learning environment
  • Uphold rules and policies of the center
  • Communicate rules and policies to tutees
  • Continually review subject content
  • Provide office assistance as needed

Disclaimer

The above responsibilities serve as a guideline for the position.  These are general responsibilities and may be modified or altered as necessary.  This is not an exhaustive list.

In addition to completing the online student employment application, interested students must also email their resume to Jacqueline Lepore (Assistant Director) at: [email protected]

Department:  Student Life – Campus Recreation - Staten Island

Title:  Student Worker

Student Requested:  Regular Student

Job ID:  S03024-379 

Salary:  $15 p/h

General Responsibilities

The Department of Student Life Campus Recreation Staff in Staten Island Campus 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 the Campus Center Gymnasium and the Fitness Center in Kelleher Center. 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 resources.

Specific Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Observe and delegate for Campus Center Gymnasium and the Fitness Center daily operations
  • Communicate any issues within the facilities to a Student Life Campus Recreation GA or supervisor
  • Assist with the 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
  • 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 recreational facilities.
  • 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 and resume to David Gachigo at [email protected]

Title:  Student Government Assistant 

Campus:  Staten Island

Student Requested:  Regular Student Worker

Job ID:  S03024-355

Salary:  $15 p/h

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 application, student must submit their resume to David Gachigo at [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.

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.

Manhattan Campus