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.
  • IF you have a yellow card, great, you do not need to come to HR. Bring it with you when you job hunt.
  • 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.

Spring 2018 Job Openings

(Updated 1/29/2018)

Communications and Marketing:

Contact: Lorraine Parr, 603-641-7240
Location: Alumni Hall, 2nd Floor

Communications Assistant:
Description: The Office of College Communications and Marketing (CCM) is looking for students interested in supporting the office through a variety of tasks including but not limited to: general office assistance; writing, editing, and adding events to campus calendar; uploading and tagging photos; running on-campus errands. If interested, there is the possibility for additional responsibilities such as writing news stories and website content. Qualifications: Good verbal, written and interpersonal skills; ability to meet deadlines; computer proficiency; knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite including InDesign a plus. 4-6 Hours per week.
Federal Work Study Positions: 2

Fine Arts:

Contact Music: Dr. Sean Parr, 603-641-7379
Location: Alumni Building
Experience with music software such as Finale is preferred.
Federal Work Study Positions: 2

Contact Studio: Professor Kimberly Kersey-Asbury, 917-743-1570
Location: Comiskey Building
Federal Work Study Ceramics Positions: 1
Federal Work Study Photography Positions: 1
Federal Work Study Studio Positions: 2
Institutional Research:
Contact: Hui-Ling Chen, 603-222-4203
Location: Poisson
Description: Works closely with the Director and the Research Analyst on a variety of projects. Enters data, both numeric and textual. Assists with survey implementation on campus. Is familiar with Microsoft Excel. Some research background and statistical knowledge is a plus.
Federal Work Study Positions: 1
SAC Payroll Positions: 0

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

Meelia Center for Community Engagement
Contact: Christine Drew, 603-641-7486
Location: Meelia Center

Office Assistant:
Desription: FRESHMAN ONLY: 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: 2
SAC Payroll Positions: 0

Community Coordinator:
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. Approximately 8 hours weekly.
Federal Work Study Positions: 3
SAC Payroll Positions: 0
Contact: Hannah Morley,
Location: Meelia Center for Community Engagement, Saint Anselm’s Campus and in the Manchester Community

Access Academy Coordinator:
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.). Approximately 6-8 hours weekly. Those interested MUST be available Monday or Tuesday from 3:30-5:30 for program time.
Federal Work Study Positions: 5

Access Academy Transportation Coordinator:
Description: The Access Academy Transportation Coordinator is responsible for meeting the high school students at one of the Manchester high schools, travelling to campus with them and taking attendance. Once back on campus, this position is responsible for helping plan the bus routes home, as well as travelling off campus with the students once programming is over. Approximately 8-10 hours weekly. Those interested MUST be available on Monday and Tuesday from 2:30-7pm.
Federal Work Study Position: 1

Physical Plant:
Contact: Doris Dionne,, 603-641-7350.
Location: Physical Plant/Daley Building

General Services
Depending on our workload and our needs, a student employee could be working in one or several areas of our department. The individual could be moving furniture, raking leaves, picking up trash, or delivering supplies, etc.
Starting Rate: $8.00/hr.
Positions: TBD

Snow Shoveling
We are also in need of snow shovelers. Many students enjoy the snow shoveling opportunity in addition to the regular General Services position. Hours are determined by the weather.
Flat Rate: $10.50/hr.
Positions: TBD