General Information:

  • Most academic department and administrative department job duties are: answering phones, filing, making copies, delivering and picking up mail, special projects, etc.
  • Not all job openings are posted below; some departments choose not to post because they anticipate filling with re-hires and walk-in inquiries.
  • If a department has no openings, ask if you can be put on a waiting list.

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  • Be ready to show your Financial Aid Award letter to person who wants to hire you.
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  • IF you never worked on campus before (and therefore do not have a Yellow Card), get your job first (Student Employment Offer letter), come to HR with that and your original IDs.

Fall 2018 Job Openings

(Updated:  8/16/2018)

Athletics: Athletic Training
Contact: Alyssa Van Patten
Job:  Athletic Training student worker
Duties: This employee is expected to prepare and set up for home varsity athletic practices and games.  They will assist the Athletic Training staff with day to day operations within the department.
Qualifications: No experience required, but preferably CPR and first aid certified
Federal Work Study: 1

Contact: Margaret Roach, 603-641-7304
Location: Goulet Building
Description: Laboratory Aide – Duties may include any of the following:
Help with set-up (preparation) and clean-up (including dish washing) of
teaching labs.

Care and maintenance of plants and animals; plant and animal housing areas (for example environmental rooms and greenhouse); sanitation.

Assist with departmental office work (including picking up and bringing mail, including boxes).

Assist in maintaining department inventories.

Qualifications: Biology, Natural Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and
Environmental Science majors preferred.  Has demonstrated safe laboratory practices including cleanliness and good
Interpersonal skills.

Federal Work Study Positions: 5
SAC Payroll Positions: 2

Chapel Art Center
Contact: Maggie Dimock, 603-222-4076
Location: Chapel Art Center, Alumni Hall
Description: Hiring Gallery Attendants. Duties: Greet and assist gallery visitors. Provide support for art exhibit installations (sample tasks: wall painting, art handling, basic carpentry). Work gallery evening events. Experience or interest in art, museums, and arts programming is desired but not required.
Federal Work Study Positions: 5
SAC Payroll Positions: 2

Career Development Center
Contact: Lauren Campiglio (603) 641-7493 or Shelli Vogeley (603) 641-7490
Location: Roger and Francine Jean Student Complex, Career Development Center
Description: Working within Saint Anselm College’s Career Development Center, this position provides students with an opportunity to become campus leaders. In addition to providing general support to the office, Career Ambassadors will be trained to advise peers with career related questions, and Career Ambassadors will promote and participate in Career Development Center programs and initiatives.
Federal Work Study Positions: 1 (we could potentially have two positions based on what our scheduled needs are)

Conference & Event Services
Contact: Rob Foreman, 603-222-4280,
Location: Sullivan Arena
Description: Assist the Office of Conference and Event Services with operational and logistical support for summer camps, conferences, and campus events
Federal Work Study Positions: 1
SAC Payroll Positions: 1

Dining Services: Davison Hall, Coffee Shop/Pub, Gallo Café and Catering
Contact:  Office at (603) 641-7750 or in person at Davison Hall Main Office
Description:  Serving, Dish Room, Ice Cream Fountain, Counter Attendant, Fry Cook, Catering Assistant, Office Assistant. 
Requirements:  10-12 hours per week including one weekend shift day/night. 
Federal Work Study and SAC Payroll Positions available

Fine Arts Department 
Fine Arts Department Office
Contact Fine Arts: Dr. Katherine Bentz, 603-641-7275
Location: Alumni Building
Duties: Assist faculty with photocopying, scanning, filing, and other office tasks, library research, and maintain the Fine Arts video library.
Qualifications: Interest in the work, dependable and punctual, complete tasks in timely manner. Knowledge and interest in the arts is helpful but not required.
Federal Work Study Positions: 1  
SAC Payroll Positions: 1

Contact Music: Dr. Sean Parr, 603-641-7379
Location: Alumni Building and Dana Center
Federal Work Study Positions: 1  
SAC Payroll Positions: 1
Duties: Organizing files, photocopying, setting up receptions, ushering and stage help for concerts, library research, video/audio recording and archiving, possible translation and music transcription projects depending on the student's music background.
Qualifications: No experience required; familiarity with music terminology and software such as Finale is preferred.Studio Art
Contact Studio: Professor Kimberly Kersey-Asbury, 917-743-1570
Contact Studio: Professor Josh Dannin, 603-641-7272
Location: Comiskey Building,  Alumni Hall
Duties: Art supply organization, assisting in art exhibition installation, artwork unpacking/packing, assisting with Studio Arts events including art exhibition receptions and workshops, photographing related events, assisting faculty with assorted organizational tasks. Assist Faculty in specific studio areas ie., painting, drawing, printmaking, photography and ceramics. 
Qualifications: Experience and/or strong interest preferred.
Federal Work Study Ceramics Positions: 1
Federal Work Study Studio Positions: 2
Federal Work Study Photography Positions:  1



Contact:  Prof. Beth Salerno, 603 641 7049
Location:  Joseph Hall 308
Description:  3 student researchers, 30-40 hours in fall per student, 3 topics:  SAC alumni & the Vietnam War (Masur), Guns in America (Moore), and Russian history (Pajakowski).  1 student needed for general office support and special projects, 2 hours per week in fall, 4 per week in spring.  For all positions, History majors and minors with FWS preferred.  All applications accepted.
Federal Work Study and SAC Payroll positions: 4

Meelia Center for Community Engagement
Office Assistant - Freshman Only:
Contact: Christine Drew, 603-641-7486
Location: Meelia Center
Description: Perform various office duties such as answering phones, and greeting student’s faculty, and visitors at the Meelia Center. Create posters and marketing tools for student coordinators as needed. Assist Service Events coordinators with annual service events (Dance-A-Thon, Holiday Fair, Valentine’s Day Dance, etc.) Approximately 6-8 hours per week.
Federal Work Study Positions: 5
SAC Payroll Positions: 0

Community Coordinator:
Contact: Christine Drew, 603-641-7486
Location: Meelia Center
Description: Develop and maintain strong partnerships between Meelia, service learners/ volunteers and their assigned community site(s). Student coordinators work hours at their site and in the office each week to support their volunteers and collaborate with their community agency. Coordinators also receive valuable professional development experience and leadership through supporting peer service learners and volunteers Approximately 8 hours weekly.
Federal Work Study Positions: 2
SAC Payroll Positions: 0

Access Academy Coordinator:
Contact: Terri Greene Henning,  603-641-7485
Location: Meelia Center
Description: Work with a team of students and college faculty/ staff to coordinate, plan, and implement after-school programming for refugee, immigrant, and under-represented high school students (low-income, first generation college, adjudicated, homeless students, etc.) Students work to create and implement curriculum and receive valuable professional development experience and leadership. Approximately 8 hours weekly. Those interested MUST be available for Monday or Tuesday from 3:30-5:30 for program time.
Federal Work Study Positions: 2
SAC Payroll Positions: 1

Modern Languages and Literatures
Contact: Send Student Employment Application to Michaela Olsen: You may also drop off your completed application in the Language Resource Center (LRC)
Position: LRC Technician
Duties: After training, working with all technology in the LRC (computers, iPads, TV, projectors, Apple TV, Blue Ray/DVD player, copiers, printers and scanners), office duties, special projects with Modern Language faculty and more. Must maintain confidentiality of the office.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
FWS positions: 1 or 2

New Hampshire Institute of Politics
Contact: Anthony Vezza, 201-783-3906
Location: New Hampshire Institute of Politics
Description: TV Crew Member - Become a part of Saint Anselm’s political environment by filming, editing, and producing online content for the Institute’s speaker and educational events. No prior knowledge needed, as training will be provided!
FWS Positions: N/A
SAC Payroll Positions: 2

Office for Diversity & Inclusion
Contact: Laurie Nicewicz, 603-641-7150
Location: To be determined
Description: Perform various office duties to include but not limited to creating posters/invitations, assisting with social media, conducting research, assisting with planning and assessing initiatives, and running errands around campus.
Federal Work Study Positions: 0
SAC Payroll Positions: 1

Registrar’s Office
Contact: Karen Gekas via email:
Location: Alumni Hall, 1st floor
Job:  Office Assistant
Duties:  Full range of office (clerical) duties including; answering the phone, reception duties, accurate filing, data entry, scanning and shredding documents, mail delivery, and helping with special projects.  Other duties as assigned. 
Qualifications:  Good computer skills and phone skills needed. Must display mature thinking and behavior, attention to detail as well as the ability to maintain the confidentiality of the office.

Residential Life and Education
Residential Life and Education:  Desk Workers
Contact: Ryan Ford, 603-641-7559
Location: Various Residence Halls
Description: Log guests into residence halls, enforce inter-visitation policy
Federal Work Study Positions: 50
SAC Payroll Positions: 0

Residential Life and Education: LLC Setup Crew
Contact: Derick Logan, 603-641-7252
Location: Living Learning Commons
Description: Setup, breakdown, and troubleshoot equipment in the classroom space of the Living Learning Commons, provide information about events and classes in the LLC, conduct rounds to maintain upkeep of the building
Federal Work Study Positions: 10
SAC Payroll Positions: 0