Federal Work Study Job Listings at HFU

2017-2018 FWS Positions

Updated:  12/8/2017

Reminder: The last date to be hired for a Spring position is Friday, January 26, 2018.

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: 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: Meagan Yelverton (267-341-3449)

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: 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

Supervisor: Keely Milbourne (267-341-3231)

Position Description:
  • Exam Assistance - assist students with accommodations for testing in a private setting (may include reading, writing, and/or proctoring exam)
  • Classroom assistance - take class notes for students 
  • Out-of-class Assistance - reading, writing/typing, and/or mousing for students during approved supplemental/out-of-class hours 
  • Administrative Assistance - investigating disability support resources, organizing information,  general office duties such as copies and display boards
Qualifications Needed:
  • excellent time management and organizational skills
  • comfort working with a population of people with various abilities (physical and cognitive)
  • ability to create and utilize spreadsheets
  • knowledge of importance toward and respect of confidential information 
Hours: Day, Evening; approximately 6 hours per week

Supervisor: Director of Experiential Learning | Angela Cutchineal (267-341-3201)

Position Description: Organize paperwork, contact research for internship 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, basic PC operation

Hours: Day; up to 20 hours per week

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

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

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)

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)

Supervisor: Staci Altomari (267-341-5007)
 
Position Description:
  • Make phone calls to Holy Family University alumni on behalf of the Development Office.
  • Establish a positive rapport with alumni.
  • Respond to problems and answer questions about Holy Family.
  • Positively represent the University when discussing alumni concerns.
  • Request and negotiate gifts to Holy Family University.
  • Update employment and contact information of alumni.
  • Maintain records of alumni calls including updated contact and employment information.
  • Follow established Phonathon procedures and guidelines.
  • Arrive on time for calling shifts and maintain a positive disposition during calling hours.
  • Maintain confidentiality when handling personal information.
  • Complete paid training before calling.
Qualifications
  • enthusiasm for Holy Family University and its mission
  • outgoing and enthusiastic disposition when making phone calls
  • strong verbal communication skills
  • fluency in English language 
  • comfort in soliciting gifts from alumni (training will be provided) 
  • strong character and a positive attitude
  • ability to work with other student callers in a team-oriented environment to achieve goals
  • ability to maintain an organized workflow in a fast-paced setting 
  • availability to work at least two evening shifts per week (approximately 6pm to 8:30pmMonday through Thursday)
Hours: evenings (6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.), Monday - Thursday