Federal Work Study Job Listings at HFU

2017-2018 FWS Positions

Updated: 5/10/2017


Academic Advising (HFH 215)

Supervisor: Brian Minster (267-341-3502)

Position Description: Answer incoming phone calls, set up advising appointments, file student records and interact with guests to the office

Qualifications: Good organizational skills, excellent interpersonal skills, dependable

Hours: Day; Up to 20 hours per week


Alpha House Nursery, Pre-K and Kindergarten: Lunch Monitors (Alpha House)

Supervisor: Connie Dema (267-341-3486)

Position Description: Watch children during lunch and outside play area.

Qualifications: Previous experience with children

Hours: Day; 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.


Alpha House Nursery, Pre-K and Kindergarten (Alpha House)

Supervisor: Connie Dema (267-341-3486)

Position Description: Assist teachers and office staff. Assist the teachers with art projects, tracing, copying, etc. Assist office with various projects.

Qualifications: Education and Nursing students, Previous experience with children

Hours: Day; 8:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.


Art (Lower Level ETC)

Supervisor: Pamela Flynn (267-341-3418)

Position Description: Update art gallery website and video gallery openings.

Qualifications: Computer skills

Hours: Day, evening; Up to 5 hours per week


Art (Lower Level ETC)

Supervisor: Pamela Flynn (267-341-3418)

Position Description: Clean 2-D and 3-D studios and reclaim clay.

Qualifications: Able to be self-motivated to get the work done and need to not mind a messy job

Hours: Day and evening; Up to 4 hours per week


Art (Lower Level ETC)

Supervisor: Pamela Flynn (267-341-3418)

Position Description: Help hang exhibits and maintain gallery walls.

Qualifications: Interest in art and self-motivated

Hours: Day and evening; Up to 2 hours per week


Athletics (CC G16)

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 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


Athletics: Fitness Center (CC G16)

Supervisor: Jami Hughes (267-341-3347)

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


Athletics: Sports Information Director's Office (Coaches' Offices)

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


Business Office (HFH 202)

Supervisor: Corine Williams (267-341-3334)

Position Description: Basic office duties including filing, stuffing envelopes, photocopies, etc.

Hours: Day; About 6 hours per week


Campus Life and Leadership (CC 204)

Supervisor: Amanda Mouser (267-341-3278)

Position Description: Provide office coverage when staff is not available. Answer phones - take messages. Copy materials as needed in the Duplicating Office. Assist with mailings and the Campus Life and Leadership staff when needed. Assist in Campus Life projects and respond to general inquiries including campus programming, housing questions, along with other general University info. This position may be involved with assisting other Student Life offices at various times along with other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Comfortable utilizing the phone and talking to people; general understanding of basic computer skills; a general good and positive attitude and willingness to help others; able to work on projects independently

Hours: Day; 5-15 hours per week


Careers Center (CC 216)

Supervisor: Anna Tysarczyk (267-341-3223)

Position Description: Students need to pick-up and distribute mail; do internet research for the Career Director; pick-up and drop-off duplicating jobs at the Duplicating Office; post jobs and remove outdated postings from Job Board; make themselves available for other Student Life offices; shred non-confidential material. Students will be stationed at the front information desk located off the elevator on the 2nd floor of the Campus Center.

QualificationsOffice etiquette required. Must be responsible, reliable, neat, respectful, confidential, and punctual; knowledge of Internet a plus

Hours: 7-10 hours per week


Center for Academic Enhancement: Peer Tutor (Library, 2ndFloor)

Supervisor: Dennis Millan (267-341-3413)

Position Description: Provides tutoring and interacts with professional tutors. Responsible for maintaining student tutoring records


Center for Academic Enhancement: Student Organizational Support (Library, 2ndFloor)

Supervisor: Dennis Millan (267-341-3413)

Position Description: Administrative/organizational support in a broad range of clerical functions. Duties include greeting students, scheduling appointments, answering phones, duplicating and mail retrieval. You'll be part of a team -we work together in a spirit of caring and sharing of duties: we are committed to our work and to having fun while we do it! Please come check us out!

Qualifications: Detail oriented, organizational skills, good people skills

Hours: Day; 6-10 hours per week


Cooperative Education (CC 209)

Supervisor: Angela Cutchineal (267-341-3201)

Position Description: Organizing paperwork, bulletin board organization/design, contact research for job/internship opportunities, and general office duties, special projects as assigned

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

Hours: Day; 4-6 hours per week


Dining Services (Tiger Café)

Supervisor: Vedia Ozkan (267-341-3459)

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


Duplicating (NEB  G11)

Supervisor: Loretta Mucci (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


Financial Aid Office (HFH 203)

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 alphabet, detail oriented and able to multi-task

Hours: Day; 5-10 hours per week


Graduate Admissions (HFH 102)

Supervisor: Robert McIntyre (267-341-3555)

Position Description: Answer phones calls, create and send out information packets on the graduate programs to prospective graduate students, mass mailings to prospective and current graduate students, assist graduate counselors with any projects as needed, help graduate counselors with communication flow of inquiry to enrollment stages of the admissions process.

Qualifications: Interpersonal skills, attention to details and neat handwriting.

Hours: Day;  10 hours per week


Health Services (CC G7)

Supervisor: Julia Scherpenberg (267-341-3262)

Position Description: Clerical duties including filing, data entry and mail pick-up. Clinical duties as assigned. Health promotion activities guided by the Director.

Qualifications: At least intermediate level knowledge of MS Office; Adheres to HIPPA regulations that protect individuals' health information

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; Approx. 8 hours per week


IT (HFH 25)

Supervisor: Gary Coleman (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


Library (Library)

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


Mailroom (HFH 15)

Supervisor: Valerie Gavaghan (Please apply in person)

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. Cover office and answer phones when necessary.

Qualifications: Dependable

Hours: Day; 10-12 hours per week


Maintenance (HFH 18)

Supervisor: Ralph Carp (267-341-3031)

Position Description: Responsible for upkeep of campus to enhance and maintain curb appeal. Physically walk 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 [Possible summer position(s) available - contact by 4/14/2017]


Marketing & Communication: Website Data Entry (HFH 208)

Supervisor: Karen Peyton (267-341-3567)

Position Description: Add listings and content to the University website following layouts and guidelines provided by the Web Specialist.

Create links to external websites.

 Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Data entry & basic HTML skills, but will train if necessary.

Hours: Day; 5-20 hours per week (flexible) [Possible summer position(s) available - contact by 4/14/2017]


Marketing & Communications: Photography/Videography/Social Media (HFH 208)

Supervisor: Karen Peyton (267-341-3567)

Position Description: Assist with "in-house" staff photography & videography. (Student activity events, special events, etc.)  Assist on photo shoots with hired photographers.  Assist with social media sites & pages authorized by & for Holy Family. (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+) Act as student liaison, pitching interesting stories to Marketing Dept. as needed.  Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: Basic knowledge of DSLR cameras & computers (MAC), An interest in & an eye for photography/videography, Data entry, social media proficiency, Outgoing individual: contact with staff and university community, Ideal for an Art or Communications major

Hours: Day; 5-20 hours per week (flexible) [Possible summer position(s) available - contact by 4/14/2017]


Office of Alumni & Parents (ETC 332)

Supervisor: Julie Rempfer (267-341-5017)

Position Description: Assist development & alumni staff in engaging graduates and other University friends through written, electronic, and phone communication. Assist in development/alumni events as needed. Assist in updating and maintaining office records and supplies and filing.  Assist with social media.


Public Safety (CC 101)

Supervisor: Joseph McBride (267-341-3642)

Position Description: Assist Public Safety Officers in their everyday duties,e.g. camera surveillance, patrol, typing up reports answering phones and assisting people coming to the counter

Qualifications: Be personable, helpful and easy to get along with the public and other workers

Hours: Day, evening,  weekend


Purchasing (HFH 107)

Supervisor: Donna Young (267-341-3379)

Position Description: Deliveries, receiving, filling in stock, copies, deliver paper to computer lab, move furniture, do inventories

Qualifications: Lift 30-50 lbs., responsible and dependable

Hours: Day; up to 10 hours per week


Radiologic Science (HFH 114)

Supervisor: Shana Narita (267-341-3296)

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


School of Arts & Science: Science Labs (HFH 403A)

Supervisor: Jane Palmer (267-341-3255)

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

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

Hours: Day; About 10 hours per week


School of Education (ETC 445)

Supervisor: Jacqueline Fox (267-341-3434), Maria Rybicki (267-341-3363)

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


School of Education: Education Resource Room (ETC 405)

Supervisor: Jacqueline Fox (267-341-3434)

Position Description: To ensure opening/closing of Resource Room for student use. Operate laminator, poster-maker and Smartboard. Maintain resources for student use and accessibility. Supervise check in and check out.

Qualifications: Reliability, leadership capability, enthusiasm, outgoing personality - preferably Education majors

Hours: Day, evening; 10-15 hours per week


School of Nursing (NEB 115)

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


School of Nursing: Nursing Simulation and Practice Labs (NEB 301)

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


Special Events (ETC 306)

Supervisor: Kathy Magiera (267-341-3509)

Position Description: Move, re-arrange, confirm and help facilitate setups for events. Must be able and willing to move tables, chairs, and other miscellaneous items throughout the Campus Center and other buildings.

Qualifications: Responsible, flexible with time (needs change on a week-to-week basis) and willing to do what is needed to facilitate an event. Good physical health required. (Resident student preferred.)

Hours: Day, evening, weekend; 5-8 hours per week (flexible)


Student Life (CC 212)

Supervisor: Susan Morton (267-341-3200)

Position Description: Students are needed to assist with any daily projects, do mailings and to pick-up and deliver interoffice mail daily (sometimes more than once). Students will be stationed at the front information desk located just off the elevator on the 2nd floor.

Qualifications: Friendly, assertive, organized, neat, respectful of the offices of the Vice President for Student Life, dependable and punctual to arrive to work their weekly scheduled hours

Hours: Day; 7-10 hours per week


Undergraduate Admissions (UG Admissions)

Supervisor: Marissa Chambers (267-341-3267)

Position Description: Help with all mailings, answer phones and door and assist visitors. Provide campus tours if necessary. Work admissions events on various weekends.

Qualifications: Student Ambassador students preferred. However, other interested students may apply and would primarily assist with office-related duties.

Hours: Day, evening, some weekends; Up to 5 hours per week