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 their jobs 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.
  • Be ready to show your Financial Aid Award letter to the hiring manager.
  • If you have a Yellow Card bring it with you when you job hunt.
  • If you have never worked on campus before, and therefore do not have a Yellow Card, first find a job and receive a Student Employment Offer letter, then go on Paycom to complete your I-9 and W-4. Lastly come to HR with your Offer Letter and your original IDs.
  • Incoming freshman will receive more information regarding their Paycom accounts as the school year approaches.

Student Job Openings:

Fall 2019

Position: Student Game Worker – Communications
Contact: Griffin Spencer
Duties: Assist Athletic Communications staff in covering all athletic events. Responsibilities include recording stats, producing online broadcasts and handling public relations/communications duties for Saint Anselm’s varsity sports programs. 
Qualifications: No experience required.
Hours: Must have ability to work night and weekend games.
Positions Available: 6

Position: Women’s Basketball Team Manager
Contact: Colleen Moriarty, 
Location: Stoutenburgh Gymnasium
Description: Attend daily practices, manage the game clock, take stats during practice, film all home games, scrimmages and some practices & any other duties assigned by coaching staff
Hours: 8-10 
SAC Payroll Positions or FWS Payroll Positions: 1 (either one)

Communications and Marketing
Position: Communications Assistant
Contact: Lorraine Parr 603-641-7240
Location: Communications and Marketing Office, Alumni Hall 2nd Floor
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; assisting with website edits, and 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.
Hours: 4-6 hours per week
FWS Payroll Positions: 1
SAC Payroll Positions: 0

Modern Languages and Literatures
Position: Student Faculty Research Assistant 
Contact: Susanne Rossbach
Location: Language Resource Center – Alumni Hall 4th Floor
Duties: Work closely with the Chair and other members of the Department on research and/or special projects such as creation of important communications for the department. 
Qualifications: Excellent communication skills. Must work independently. Working knowledge of Excel. Must be knowledgeable in use of library research resources. Must maintain confidentiality. 
Hours: 5 hours per week
Federal Work Study Position: 1

Physical Plant
Position: Student Worker – General Services
Contact: Doris Dionne,, 603-641-7350. 
Location: Physical Plant/Daley Building
Description: Depending upon 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.  
Special Pay Rate:   $8.50/hour Freshman and Sophomore; $9.50/hour Junior and Senior
Positions: TBD Federal Work Study and SAC Student Payroll positions are available

Position: Student Worker – Snow Shoveling
Contact: Doris Dionne,, 603-641-7350
Location: Physical Plant/Daley Building
Description: We are also in need of snow shovelers.  Many students enjoy the snow shoveling opportunity in addition to the regular general services position.  
Hours: Weather dependent. 
Flat Rate: $10.00/hour                
Positions: TBD Federal Work Study and SAC Student Payroll positions are available.

Residential Life and Education
Position: Desk Workers
Contact: Conor Peddle, 603-641-7928
Location: Various Residence Halls
Description: Log guests into residence halls, enforce inter-visitation policy
Federal Work Study Positions: 20
SAC Payroll Positions: 0

Studio Art
Contact: Professor Kimberly Kersey-Asbury,, 917-743-1570 or Professor Mark Eshbaugh,, 603-641-7272
Location: Comiskey Building
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 i.e., painting, drawing, printmaking, photography and ceramics.  
Qualifications: Experience and/or strong interest preferred. 
Hours: 3 hours per week
Federal Work Study Studio Positions: 0
SAC Payroll Positions: 1