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Postings for 2015-2016 will be updated regularly as jobs are filled or as they become available. See the Wage Scale, FAQ, and Guidelines for more information on Student Employment at LVC.
Updated April 27, 2016
Off-Campus Community Service Positions
Only students with Federal Work Study (FWS) awards may work in community service positions and be paid by LVC. If you are sure you have FWS in your package, first apply for the job, and if you are hired, then obtain the contracts: Contracts, available in the Financial Aid Office, must be signed and returned prior to the start of employment. Please call 717-867-6188 to make an appointment to obtain the paperwork when you return to school.
SAINT JAMES CHILD CARE AND LEARNING CENTER
2nd and Chestnut Streets, Lebanon
Responsibilities: Several teacher assistants are needed for various shifts throughout the day at this child care center, open Monday through Friday. Great experience for an education major with access to their own transportation.
Hours: 6:30–9 a.m.; 3–5:30 p.m
Wage: $8.14 per hour; varies depending on previous paid experience
Contact: Erica Stratton at 717-272-4778 or email@example.com
On Campus Positions
STUDENT AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIANS: One Summer Position Available, 2016
Responsibilities: Currently there is one position available in the Office of Audiovisual Technology for a student technician to provide audio and visual support of all kinds for academic, administrative, sporting, conference services and student services events. This includes data and video projection, video recording, and sound reinforcement. Training will be provided.
Training period during Spring 2016 semester for full-time summer employment.
Hours: Spring Training: Generally four hours per week, Monday – Friday; training to begin immediately.
Summer employment: Full-time, 35-40 hours per week. Summer hours also include evenings and weekends as summer campus events dictate.
Wage: Level 1 $7.25 per hour as a trainee; increasing to $9.00 for a summer tech (resident) or $9.50 (commuter). Room and board fringe benefit** available to students whose permanent address is outside Lebanon County and is more than 15 miles from LVC.
Contact: Andy Greene at 867-6200 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
** Students who work in approved college departments for a minimum of 35 hours per week during the entire summer are eligible to live in a traditional non-air conditioned residence hall at no charge and will receive 19 meals per week. These students will not be billed for summer room and board; however, a weekly room and board value of $328 will be added to the student's taxable income for each week the student resides on campus. Taxes will be assessed each pay period and deducted from that pay.
GALLERY ATTENDANT POSITION
The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery is seeking gallery attendants for the summer exhibitions. Gallery attendants are needed to work during the 45th Annual Juried Art Exhibition (June 3 – 19) and the Selections from the Permanent Collection exhibition (July 1 – August 7).
Responsibilities: Greet visitors, tally number of visitors, attend gallery.
Wage: level 1
Hours: Gallery hours are Wednesday, 5-8pm; Thursday and Friday, 1-4:30pm and Saturday and Sunday, 11am – 5 pm. During the Selections from the Permanent Collection exhibition, Gallery hours are Friday, July 1, 1-4:30 and Saturdays and Sundays, 11am – 5 pm.
Contact: Crista Detweiler, Assistant to the Director, Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, email@example.com, x6445
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR: STUDENT OFFICE ASSISTANT
We currently seek one student employee who is available to work beginning summer 2016. Applicants should be limited to freshman and sophomore standing. Applicant must live within a commutable distance (*On-campus housing will not be provided for summer.)
Responsibilities: Customer service; general filing; assist with processing of transcript requests and enrollment verifications; data entry and other clerical duties.
Wage: Level 1
Hours: Approximately 20-25 hours per week for summer 2016; schedule negotiable. Approx. 4-6 hours per week during academic year; varies by semester.
Contact: Email a letter of interest and resume to Kelsea Gonzalez, Assistant Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications continue to be accepted.
SUMMER AUDIT INTERN
Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities will include preparing year-end audit reconciliations, posting journal entries, completing various accounting projects, & assisting the College’s external auditors with the Federal Single Audit procedures.
Requirements: Accounting major; Rising Junior or Rising Senior; must email resume to email@example.com to be considered for the position.
Hours: M-F 8:00AM – 4:00 PM, with a half-hour lunch
Wage: Level 3
Contact: Todd Latshaw at 717-867-6330 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS STUDENT WORKER POSITION
Digital Communications will be hiring a student worker for the 16-17 academic year.
Responsibilities: assist in designing and developing promotional materials for print and web, plan, shoot, and edit videos, manage departmental social media accounts, collect, maintain and update materials for the web, and help manage, check out, and track digiCOM equipment. The successful candidate will have knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and HTML, have excellent writing abilities, be able to follow directions with minimal oversight, and have a working knowledge of video and photography.
Wage: Level 1
Hours: 300 hours over the school year (approximately ten hours/week).
Contact: Jeff Ritchie: Email resume and letter of application to email@example.com. Interviews to take place ASAP.
COUNSELING SERVICES STUDENT WORKER POSITION
Interested students apply by April 4th, 2016 to begin position at the start of Fall 2016 semester. This position is a full year commitment and will continue through the Spring 2017 semester.
Responsibilities: Looking for organized, independent, and creative student who can help plan and execute Counseling Services’ outreach events such as National Depression Screening, DeStress Breaks, and Annual Fashion Show. Student will also need good writing skills as newsletter editor, leadership, and be able to work independently. Majors encouraged to apply include Digi Comm, Business Admin, & Education, though all others will be considered. Letter of interest, application, and in person interview required.
Hours: flexible hours between 8am and 4:30pm, 7-10 hours/week during the academic year.
Wage: Level 1
Contact: Dr. Stevie Falk, Director of Counseling Services, Shroyer Health Center, 2nd floor, 717.867.6696, firstname.lastname@example.org. Or pick up application at Shroyer Health Center (Tara Reitz, 1st floor) and apply by April 1st.
TEMPORARY GROUNDSPERSON, FACILITIES SERVICES
Responsibilities: Assist LVC Grounds personnel with snow removal when needed
Hours: Whenever an accumulation of snow has fallen and needs to be removed from sidewalks, entrances etc.
Wage: Level 2
Contact: Kevin Yeiser at 717-867-6342 or email@example.com.
LIFEGUARD, LVC HEALTH AND SPORTS CENTER
Responsibilities: prevent injuries by minimizing/eliminating hazardous situations; enforce all facility rules and regulations; recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergency situations; administer first aid and/or CPR in an emergency; inform other employees when assistance is needed
** Lifeguard Training - First Aid and CPR for professional rescuer required **
Hours: Lifeguards are needed for a variety of 1-2 hour shifts during regular pool hours as well as for other pool-related events. Contact information below for details.
Wage: Level 2
Contact: Mary Gardner at 867-6367 or firstname.lastname@example.org.