Federal Work Study Job Listings at HFU

2020-2021 FWS Positions

Updated: 08/21/2020

Supervisor: Christina Bender (267-341-3017)

Position Description:

  • Call alumni of Holy Family University to educate them about the Blue & White Fund.
  • Establish a positive rapport with the alumni you call.
  • Respond to problems and answer any questions about Holy Family University.
  • Represent the University positively in discussing any issues that concern alumni.
  • Request a specific gift to the Blue & White Fund. When necessary, negotiate the gift amount.
  • Update employment and contact information of alumni.
  • Maintain records of each evening's calls.
  • Follow all Phonathon procedures and guidelines.
  • Arrive on time and with a positive attitude to calling shifts.
  • Handle personal information with extreme confidentiality.
  • Complete paid training before calling.

Qualifications:

  • Enthusiasm for Holy Family University and its mission.
  • Outgoing and enthusiastic personality with a great telephone manner
  • Strong verbal communication skills.
  • Speak clear and fluent English.
  • Comfort in soliciting gifts from alumni.
  • Persistent in securing a pledge and negotiating the gift amount.
  • Strong character and a positive attitude.
  • Ability to work with other student callers in a team-oriented environment to achieve goals.
  • Organizational abilities and attentiveness to details.
  • Required to work two shifts per week (6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday).

Hours: Evenings; 5 hours/week

Supervisors: Christine Humphries &  Maribeth Kane (215-632-3366)

Position Description: Ensure all children in Kids Club are safe; Help create a safe, caring and respectful environment for students in Pre-K through 8th grade. Supervise Nazareth Academy and Alpha House Students during snack time and play. Assist with homework, clean and disinfect toys, tables and materials daily.

Qualifications: Must enjoy interacting with children. Workers will be required to wear a face mask and goggles for protection against COVID-19.

Hours: Day; 3 - 15 hours per week  - 2:30pm to 6pm

Supervisor: Connie Dema (267-341-3486)

Position Description: Watch and help children during lunch 11:00 am- 1:00pm

Qualifications: Previous experience with children

Hours: Day; 5-10 hours per week

Supervisor: Christine Humphries/Maribeth Kane (kidsclub@holyfamily.edu)

Position Description: We believe that all children deserve the opportunity to grow and develop in a nurturing environment that encourages their full participation. This employee/work-study will be responsible for:

  • Ensure all children in Kids Club are safe, supervised, and accounted for at all times.
  • Helping to create a safe, caring and respectful environment for all students in Pre-K through 8th grade. that attend the after school program.
  • Supervising Nazareth Academy Grade School (NAGS) and Alpha House (AH) students during snack time, making sure that they wash their hands before and after snack time.
  • Helping NAGS students with completing homework.
  • Clean and disinfect toys, tables and materials daily.

Qualification: Must enjoy working with children. Workers will be required to wear a face mask and goggles for protection against COVID-19

Hours: Must be available to work 2:30 pm until 6:00 pm (days and time may vary)

Supervisor: Julie Rempfer (267-341-5017)

Position Description: Assist the Alumni Office in administrative tasks, social media, and other projects to support their mission of increasing engagement and fostering loyalty, lifelong relationships, commitment, and community among all alumni, future alumni, parents, and friends. Tasks include (but are not limited to): planning and scheduling alumni social media updates, assisting with other Alumni communications, answering phones and emails, researching and importing Alumni updates into a database, assisting with Alumni events and meetings, and other Advancement and Annual Giving tasks as needed.

Qualifications: An excellent candidate for this position is familiar with the Alumni Office and Holy Family University. The candidate must be organized, creative, and able to learn and use a variety of computer programs, including Google & Microsoft applications, as well as social media sites and applications. The candidate must be resourceful and exercise exceptional attention to detail in carrying out all assigned duties, especially in communication and importing information into a database. The candidate must be able to work independently and he or she should perform all assignments in a professional manner as a representative of the Advancement Office.

Hours: Day, evening, some weekends; Up to 20 hours per week

Supervisor: Jami Hughes (267-341-3347)

Position Description: Work-study students will work all athletic home contests and help with the operations of the games which includes set-up, break down and assisting in the management of the games.  Work-study students will also assist in special events run by athletic departments which include fundraisers and high school athletic events.

Qualifications: A team player willing to do any job assigned at an athletic event; Must be able to work nights & weekends; Must be punctual

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; Up to 20 hours per week

Supervisor: Sara Miraglia (267-341-3496)

Position Description: Work-study students will work the front desk of our Fitness Center supervising the Fitness Center. They will make sure all patrons are using the equipment properly and responsibly. They will make sure all patrons have a valid Holy Family issued identification card. They will wipe down equipment and mats when needed.

Qualifications: Must be able to work day, nights, and weekends; Must be punctual

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; 10-20 hours per week

Supervisor: Jami Hughes (267-341-3347)

Position Description: Work study students will work with our Sports Information Director helping with the creation of game programs and media guides, statistics during games and being the public address announcer during games.

Qualifications: A detailed oriented student working with an interest in writing, statistics and announcing. Must be able to work nights and weekends and be punctual.

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; Up to 20 hours per week

Supervisor: Bernadette Laukiatis (267-341-3367)

Position Description: Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • facilitate equipment needs,
  • setup and breakdown for practices and games

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; 6-8 hours per week

Supervisor: Director of Career Development | Angela Cutchineal (267-341-3201)

Position Description: Organize paperwork, contact research for internship/employment opportunities, general office duties, special projects as assigned. A student with an interest in a career in Human Resources, Recruiting, Staffing, or related, would be ideal for resume building in this role.

Qualifications: Internet researching ability, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Drive, basic PC operation

Hours: Day; up to 20 hours per week

Supervisor: Dennis Millan (267-341- 3413)

Job Summary: Provides tutoring in specific disciplines to University students, and interacts with faculty and staff to promote the services of the Center for Academic Enhancement [CAE]. In conjunction with the Director, the peer tutor assists in regulating the use of hardware/software, assigning, promoting, and monitoring computer/internet usage within the Center.  Responsible for maintaining a record for each student tutored [e.g., appointment forms, client report forms, surveys, etc.]  The professional tutor never functions as an editor of the student’s work – the goal is to foster self reliance through assessment and assistance. 

Scope: The peer tutor works in the Center or may work remotely if providing online tutoring. Work contacts primarily include the Director of the Center, peer tutors, student support, faculty, staff and students. Equipment used includes standard office equipment and computers and must, within the first few weeks, be familiar with the Center’s online scheduling system

Supervision Received: The peer tutor will report to the Director of the CAE; the tutor receives general direction regarding routine and standard matters, and specific instructions regarding non-routine and sensitive matters.  

Supervision Exercised: No supervisory responsibility.

Representative Duties: Assists students at various content levels of assigned discipline; when appropriate, explains research strategies and documentation; assigns computer drills and self tutorials, other practice exercises, and Internet searches as needed;  assists students in completion and review of class assignments; assists students in preparing for exams; maintains student records using the online scheduling system; assists students with basic computer procedures, including signing in and using laboratory software; assists students in finding, understanding, and using computer and Internet-based instructional resources and aids; performs related duties as assigned; periodic preparation and presentation of relevant workshops, individually or as part of a presenting team; when needed, serves as a classroom coach while embedded in a specific class and communicates regularly and effectively with the professor of this class.

Knnowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of specific discipline[s] tutored; general operational rules and regulations of the Center; basic software; college level content; research procedures and documentation styles; Internet search and usage.

Ability to tutor students using textbooks, workbooks, computers and Internet; maintain student and laboratory records; oversee use of hardware/software;  communicate effectively orally and in writing; establish cooperative working relationships with persons contacted in the course of performing assigned duties.

Qualifications: The successful candidate must be a current undergraduate student of the university and must excel in the discipline or related field appropriate to the contracted tutoring responsibilities.

Approximate number of hours per week:5-15

Note: This description is intended to indicate the basic nature of the position and examples of typical duties that may be assigned. It does not imply that all positions within the class will perform all of the duties listed, nor does it necessarily list all possible duties that may be assigned.

Supervisor: Dennis Millan (267-341- 3413)

Position Description:
maintaining virtual office hours using the CAE’s Webex Personal Room;
assisting students in scheduling appointments using the online scheduling system;
assisting tutors in completing Client Report Forms;
responding to emails in the CAE account;
reminding students to complete surveys;
conducting internet as needed/requested by Director;
maintaining confidentiality of records;
promoting CAE services to students;
other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: The successful candidate must be a current undergraduate student of the university and must have the skills and knowledge to perform the aforementioned duties.

Hours: Day; 6-12 hours per week

Supervisor: Tom Benfield (267-341-3263)

Position Description: Serve food, peel vegetables, clean counters & shelf areas/cabinets, make sandwiches, sweeping, small food prep tasks, catering assistance, cashier

Qualifications: Experience with listed duties a plus but not necessary

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; At least 4 hours per week

Supervisor: Christopher Pahnlick (267-341- 3276)

Position Description: Running office machines: copier, duplicator, collating machines, laminator, binding machines. Picking up and delivering copy requests and answering the phone. Eventually assisting faculty, staff and work-study students from other departments to run machines.

Qualifications: Need to be reliable, punctual, courteous, handle themselves in a professional and polite manner

Hours: Day; 10-15 hours per week

Supervisor: Christine Coleman (267-341- 3450)

Position Description: Alphabetical filing, data entry, stuffing envelopes, shredding documents, updating bulletin board, general clerical duties

Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office products, knowledge of the alphabet, detail oriented and able to multi-task

Hours: Day; 5-10 hours per week

Supervisor: Driss Atlagh (267-341-3585)

Position Description: Set up computers, labs, check printers, answer phones at Help Desk, assist with classroom technology problems, and help set up for open houses

Qualifications: Basic knowledge of PC skills, Basic knowledge of AV skills, Basic communication skills

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; up to 10 hours per week

Supervisor: Debby Kramer (267-341- 3584)

Position Description: The students will shelve books, process materials, pick-up and deliver mail, check information in the online catalog, and perform basic data entry. Students may assist at the circulation desk or in the computer lab area (fill printers with paper, troubleshoot PC or printer problems). Students may also earn additional hours by working at special Library events.

Qualifications: Students must be able to follow directions, have basic computer skills and should be detail-oriented. Students should be able to lift and carry up to 25 lbs. Previous volunteer or work experience in a library would be a bonus!

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; 5-10 hours per week

Position Description: Need to be trained to use the postal meter machine.  Sort mail into bins for incoming mail from the Post Office. Learn who's who in the University and their departments. Deliver mail to resident mailboxes. Deliver mail to administrative offices in the a.m. Sort student mail for delivery. Coveroffice and answer phones when necessary.

Qualifications: Dependable

Hours: Day; 10-12 hours per week

Supervisor: Eric Nelson (enelson@holyfamily.edu)

Position Description: Responsible for upkeep of campus to enhance and maintain curb appeal. Physically walk the entire campus to remove litter, debris, cigarette butts from the grounds. Transfer trash and other items left outside the dumpster into the dumpster. Pick-up and sweep the area. Keep dumpster doors closed at all times. Clean and rake shrub areas. Shovel snow when necessary. Helps clean and maintain storage and shop areas. Assist with maintenance setups for events. Additional duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Physically able to bend, lift and walk with objects weighing up to 75 pounds at any given time. Able to walk for long periods of time.

Hours: Day; Up to 20 hours per week

Supervisor: Corine Williams (267-341- 3334)

Position Description: Alphabetical filing, data entry, stuffing envelopes, shredding documents, updating bulletin board, general clerical duties

Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office products, knowledge of the alphabet, detail oriented, reliable, professional and able to multi-task

Hours: Day; About 6 hours per week

Supervisor: Amanda Mouser (267-341-3278)

Position Description: All Work Study students will assist with basic office support (i.e. answering phone calls and texts, copying, scanning, creating flyers, etc.). In addition to basic tasks, each student will be able to specialize in an area supporting the office (i.e. social media management, administrative duties, marketing and design, e ducational resource development, workshops, curriculum development, programming, etc.). Special projects will be determined by student interest and career goals and the needs of the Office. Our team's goal will be to create resources and processes, which support each student thrive towards achieving their degree with minimal barriers.

Qualifications: Work Study students must be coachable, communicative, and reliable. Desirable candidates will have a positive attitude, willingness to learn, ability to work independently, campus resource knowledge, resourcefulness, and empathetic customer service. However, all students are encouraged to apply if they are willing to learn and be coached.

Hours: Day, Evening, Weekend; Flexible 5  to 20 hours per week

Supervisor: Samantha Cepparulo (267-341-3698)

Position Description: Duplicating, assembling program folders, scanning x-ray images, stocking clinical forms, light typing, organizing shelves/stockroom

Qualifications: Good organizational skills, punctuality, conscientiousness, reliability. No Rad Sci majors.

Hours: Day; Up to 10 hours per week

Supervisor: Jane Palmer (267-341- 3255)

Position Description: General lab maintenance, assisting with setup and teardowns of students labs and assisting with preps. Completing lab inventories and filing.

Qualifications: Prefer students with coursework in biology and chemistry. Reliable and conscientious attitude

Hours: Day; About 10 hours per week

Supervisor: Jacqueline Fox (267-341- 3434)

Position Description: General office duties, scanning, photocopying, mail, assisting faculty with office tasks

Qualifications: Ability to follow directions, must be organized, must be able to speak effectively on the telephone, light lifting

Hours: Day; 15-20 hours per week

Supervisor: Megan Klose | 267-341-3293 | mklose@holyfamily.edu

Position Description: Deliver and pick up mail from the Mail Room, scanning, filing, deliveries to other offices as needed, assisting faculty as needed.

Qualifications: Good time management and organizational skills, reliable, and self-sufficient; must be able to follow directions and perform regular duties without being prompted. For confidentiality reasons, no nursing majors will be accepted.

Hours: Daytime; up to 20 hours per week, flexible scheduling.

Supervisor: Rosemary Elliott (267-341- 3304)

Position Description: Light cleaning, dusting and wiping down tables and work surfaces. Putting equipment back neatly, rearranging lab materials in labs. Sorting equipment. Cleaning manikins.

Qualifications: Dependable, punctual, ability to be flexible; Respectful to students and faculty; Able to maintain a level of confidentiality

Hours: Monday - Friday; 2-4 hour shifts; Up to 20 hours per week

Supervisor: Maria Gonzalez (267-341-3293)

Position Description: Deliver and pick up mail from the Mailroom, duplicating, basic typing may be assigned: assisting faculty as needed for miscellaneous office work, cover office when staff is unavailable.

Qualifications: Nice personality, responsible, trustworthy, dependable. No Nursing majors.

Hours: Day; up to 20 hours per week

Supervisor: Keely Milbourne (267-341-3231)

Position Description: Primary duties and responsibilities (be specific): The qualified candidate will be expected to create social media and newsletter content for the Wellness Service Offices, design advertisements on Canva, caption videos using Youtube captioner, edit Google, Word, and Excel documents as needed (ie. updating office forms, inputting data), research and organize information on resources such as apps and software and connect with support organizations that could benefit students’ academic successes and their well-being, remain in frequent communication with the supervisor regarding assigned projects. This position may be involved with assisting other Student Affairs offices and units in the completion of assignments, as needed.

Qualifications: A qualified candidate must demonstrate reliability, excellent communication skills, an understanding of the importance of confidentiality, familiarity with the use of social media, and an understanding or willingness to learn equitable access measures. Comfortable taking direction and working on projects independently. Positive attitude, willingness to help others, and professionalism necessary. Basic computer skills. Interest in program planning and execution, as well as the development of new projects, is a plus.

Hours: Day, Weekend; 3-10 hours per week

Supervisor: Louis Cimino (267-341- 3223)

Position Description: May be assigned to assist the University’s switchboard phone system as a call taker or be stationed at the front desk located on the Campus Center’s 2nd-floor lobby. Duties may include projects such as shredding non-confidential material, internet research, making paper copies, filing, and data entry for our office and the various offices within the Student Life Department. Also, another essential assignment would be daily pick up and distribution of our departmental mail.

Qualifications: Good customer service.

Hours: Day; 8-15 hours per week

Supervisor: Ruth Ann Roberts (267-341-3495)

Position Description: Functions include: answering phones and taking messages; picking up printing materials from Duplicating Office; filing and making copies; distributing and removing advertising materials around campus; maintaining the campus programming calendar on the second floor of the Campus Center; assisting with leadership program workshops and entering assessment data into spreadsheets; organizing and taking inventory of offices and supply rooms; and assisting with campus programming, including Orientation and student leader training. This position may be involved with assisting other Student Life offices and completing other assignments as needed.

 

Qualifications: Comfortable utilizing the phone and talking to people; basic computer skills; a good and positive attitude and willingness to help others; ability to work on projects independently. Need to be reliable, punctual, and handle yourself in a professional manner. General familiarity with Student Engagement services is a plus.

Hours: Day, Evening, Weekend; 5-10 hours per week

Supervisor: Ruth Ann Roberts (267-341-3495)

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: The Student Engagement Office at Holy Family University is seeking a Community Service and Volunteer Management Work Study position for the 2020 - 2021 academic year for approximately 5-10 hours/week. This position will work with the Student Engagement Office team to track, monitor, and organize volunteer data and various databases.

Responsibilities: This position will track and verify volunteer service hours, update and maintain volunteer service site databases, conduct research on civic engagement on college campuses, and will assist with the implementation of civic engagement programs through the Student Engagement Office. This can include, but is not limited to maintaining accurate records for civic engagement and volunteer opportunities both on and off campus, including logistical and historical data of campus partners, events and programs.

Qualifications: Comfortable utilizing the phone and talking to people; basic computer skills (microsoft word, excel, and Google drive programs); a good and positive attitude and willingness to help others; ability to work on projects independently. Need to be reliable, punctual, and handle themselves in a professional manner. Desire to learn and willingness to try new things in addition to being a member of a team.

Hours: Day, Evening, Weekend; 5-10 hours per week

Supervisor: Ruth Ann Roberts (267-341-3495)

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: The Student Engagement Office at Holy Family University is seeking a Social Media and Marketing Work Study position for the 2020 - 2021 academic year for approximately 5-10 hours/week. This position will work with the Student Engagement Office team to produce text, photo and video content for our social media outlets, website, and weekly newsletter.

Responsibilities: This position will coordinate and schedule posts with content creators; produce original and creative text/photo/video content for social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram; design and write weekly TUES NEWS newsletter, perform additional job-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Comfortable utilizing the phone and talking to people; basic computer skills (microsoft word, excel, and Google drive programs); a good and positive attitude and willingness to help others; ability to work on projects independently. Need to be reliable, punctual, and handle themselves in a professional manner. Desire to learn and willingness to try new things. Strong written and oral communication skills; interest in producing creative, colorful and innovative multimedia content for social networks. Some photo/video experience preferred, but not required; ability to exercise professional judgement in curating and posting content for social media; strong organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines.

Hours: Day, Evening, Weekend; 5-10 hours per week

Supervisor: Marianne Price (267-341- 3204)

Position Description: Assistance in development, planning, and execution of prevention programs including October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month and April’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Assistance in supporting and staffing other Title IX Office sponsored programming and awareness campaigns. May be required to research prevention programs at other Universities. Assistance in the development of student Peer Educator program. Assisting with distributing and removing Title IX Posters and advertisements across campus. Assist with maintenance of Title IX Office bulletin boards across campus. Assisting with data input into spreadsheets, organizing and taking inventory of promotional items. This position may be involved with assisting other Student Affairs offices and units in completion of assignments, as needed. Must be able to support the planning, execution, and support of programs relating to sexual violence prevention, consent, healthy relationships.

Qualifications: Comfortable taking direction and working on projects independently. Positive attitude, willingness to help others, and professionalism necessary. Basic computer skills. Interest in program planning and execution, as well as the development of new projects, is a plus. Interest in Peer Education programs and development of new student organizations helpful, but not necessary. Ability to maintain confidentiality, if necessary. Understanding of Title IX not required.

Hours: Day/Evening; 5-10 hours per week

Supervisor: Jeff Goldman (267-341-5007)

Description: Perform data entry work in the University's constituent database; use online research platforms to update and verify the biographical and contact information of constituents; maintain complete confidentiality of the personal information you will be handling; and perform general office duties such as filing and shredding documents, photocopying, and assisting with mailings. May be asked to help staff special events such as Homecoming.

Qualifications: Possesses intermediate computer skills; dedicated to accuracy and attention to detail in all their work; can work well both independently and with members of UA staff; and will represent UA Office and the University in a professional manner at all times.

Hours: Up to 15 hours per week; Mon-Fri 9-5