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Thank you for your interest in working with Seton Hall University. All applicants must create an online application to be considered for any open position. Please note, employment is contingent upon satisfactory criminal and other relevant background investigations. The determination of satisfactory is at the sole discretion of Seton Hall University.

A computer workstation is available in the Human Resources Office for applicants who wish to apply in person. There are also computers available in the Walsh Library. Resumes received outside of the online application process will not be accepted. If special accommodations are needed in order to apply for a position, please contact the Department of Human Resources.

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PCSS Management Suite Receptionist 2018-2019 South Orange
The CH23 Office assistant assists with directing members of the community to appropriate locations and fulfills office tasks for Managers in Suite 23. These office assistants occasionally assist with staffing events that require laptop support and maintaining the functionality of printers on campus.
PCSS Asset Management Administrative Office Assistant - 2018-2019 South Orange
The office assistant will assist the PCSS staff in the Public Labs and Asset Management offices in Corrigan Hall. The office assistant works the front desk and is responsible for handling a variety of problems that the Seton Hall Community may have. The office assistant will also assist with the updating and management of Laptop related databases, filing and other office tasks as assigned.
Computer Lab Consultant - PCSS - 2018-2019 South Orange
The lab consultant will assist users within the campus computer labs. While working in the computer labs, the lab consultant is responsible for handling a variety of problems that the Seton Hall Community may have.
Public Relations & Marketing - General Student Worker 2018 - 2019 South Orange
Responsible for providing professional office support to the department and its areas of public relations and marketing, including its account managers, publications, media relations and University events
Public Relations & Marketing- Skilled Student - 2018-2019 Technology South Orange
Responsible for providing support in technology with databases and various other forms of technical equipment in the department of Public Relations and Marketing Focus is primarily on technology incorporating various other office functions - Excellent communication skills. Highly organized and detailed-oriented. Under guidance and supervision, the work study will execute assignments and serve as technical support - Will train the candidate who is focused, consistent and dependable with a good basic knowledge in technology - Opportunity for the right candidate to try new technical ideas with possibility for implementation
Public Relations & Marketing - Skilled Student - 2018 - 2019 Photography South Orange
Photography, manage photo database, scheduling photoshoots and overall basic office skills and computer related tasks as assigned by department supervisor
Public Relations & Marketing - Skilled Student - 2018 - 2019 Media Relations South Orange
The student will be responsible for working closely with the Media Relations department - Must be a skilled writer and possess good verbal communication skills - Experience writing press releases and pitch letters are required - Student will need to be proficient in the MS Suite - Experience with Cision database is preferred - Candidate must be detailed oriented and should take direction well - Student must be able to work under deadlines and possess the ability to multi-task - General office duties including answering telephones are essential along with computer related tasks as assigned by department supervisors
Public Relations & Marketing Work Study 2018 - 2019 - Skilled Student - Events South Orange
Responsible for providing professional event and office support to the University Events department in Public Relations and Marketing
Public Relations & Marketing 2018 - 2019 Skilled Student - Marketing South Orange
The student will be responsible for working closely with the Marketing department - Must be a skilled writer and possess good verbal communication skills - Experience writing press releases and pitch letters are preferred - Candidate must be detailed oriented and should take direction well - General office duties including answering telephones are essential along with computer related tasks as assigned by department supervisors - Attention to detail necessary Occasional press release writing - AP Style preferred - Will train the fitting candidate
GRADUATE ASSISTANT 2018-19; RECREATIONAL SERVICES South Orange
Position assists in all aspects of the recreational offerings provided through the department. Including, but not limited to building supervision, intramurals, club sports, fitness programming, and special events.
Student Security Analyst - PCSS - 2018/2019 South Orange
Student Security Analyst will work within Corrigan Hall on reviewing and analyzing security systems, security reports and processes. Student Security Analysts will document all work done and provide written analysis of any incident, report or process assigned. In addition, Student Security Analysts will interact with Department of IT staff and management in a professional and courteous manner.
REGAN CENTER ATHLETICS 2018/2019 South Orange
The Regan Center is open 10-12 hours each day. Responsible, knowledgeable students are needed to manage this space and the scheduled intramural programs. Those chosen work 2 or 3 hour blocks around their class schedules. Must be eligible for Federal Funding and be available to work early mornings, weekends, and evenings around class schedule.
FITNESS INSTRUCTOR 2018 - 2019 - Rec Center South Orange
Our Fitness Instructors are responsible for leading structured exercise classes for the University community. Instructors develop lesson plans, supervise class participants, and work with us to provide a safe and effective environment. It is helpful if applicants have some experience teaching similar programs in a group setting, but not mandatory. An understanding of current trends in fitness is also desired. Experience is not necessary, however the desire to learn is. We will provide the opportunity for each applicant to attend certification classes in exchange for a one year commitment to teach.
SUMMER 2018 GRADUATE ASSISTANT - RECREATIONAL SERVICES South Orange
This position assists in all aspects of the recreational offerings provided through the department. Including, but not limited to building supervision, intramurals, club sports, fitness programming, and special events.
Student Technology Assistant - TLTC - 2018/2019 South Orange
Student Technology Assistants are our academic consultants for excellence, and assist with maintaining the classroom audiovisual equipment and implementing faculty technology projects. STAs are also responsible for providing support to all phases of Teaching, Learning and Technology Center operations, including, but not limited to: web development, graphic design, multimedia production, Blackboard support, classroom technology support and general tech support. STAs are specifically trained to handle tasks such as audio and video production and editing, document scanning with or without optical character recognition (OCR), digital imaging, graphic design, Blackboard support, web development and a host of other new media skills. The Digital Media team also often employs these student workers to beta test our projects as well as provide quality assurance reviews.
Wellness Coordinator, SOM Office of Student Affairs and Wellbeing South Orange, Interprofessional Health Sciences
The Wellness Coordinator, SOM Office of Student Affairs and Wellbeing will play a critical role in providing wellness coaching and wellbeing programs to our medical students. The individual will provide workshops and individualized counseling on study skills, exam preparation, academic coaching, tutoring and identification and referral for additional services as needed.
Graduate Assistant TLTC South Orange
Graduate Assistants at the Teaching Learning Technology Center are a part of the Student Technology Assistant program. A Student Technology Assistant is a Seton Hall University student who works within the Department of Information Technology with Web design, technical support, webcasting, videotaping, video editing, computer training and much more. Academic Consultants for Excellence (ACE) is a branch of the STA program located in Walsh Library that promotes and supports technology in a teaching and learning environment. ACE is responsible for maintaining audio-visual equipment in select classrooms, acting as the main contact of all faculty technology projects and offering classes in various areas of SHUs software. Duties of the ACE GA position include working in conjunction with TLTC Staff to manage STAs and the projects they work on. Management includes verifying and processing Timesheets, interviewing prospective STAs, assessing, assigning and overseeing projects both through an electronic database and face-to-face, updating several databases, attending and helping to run Leader/Supervisor meetings and General ACE Lab meetings as well as planning and participating in special events (evening/weekend SHU Open Houses/Previews, parties/training for the STAs). The Graduate Assistant may also work closely with the web development and/or Blackboard team to manage/edit content. Handling web development tickets, and delegating editing work amongst the student technology assistants will be a key focus for the graduate assistant. Overall the graduate assistant will play a key role in helping the web development and content teams update and maintain the university website.
Pediatrics Clerkship Director Interprofessional Health Sciences
The primary responsibilities of the Clerkship Director are the development, implementation, operation, evaluation, and enhancement of his/her clerkship, with an attention toward the SOM Vision of providing the highest levels of wellness in an economically and behaviorally sustainable fashion regardless of race or socioeconomic status.
Neurology Clerkship Director Interprofessional Health Sciences
The primary responsibilities of the Clerkship Director are the development, implementation, operation, evaluation, and enhancement of his/her clerkship, with an attention toward the SOM Vision of providing the highest levels of wellness in an economically and behaviorally sustainable fashion regardless of race or socioeconomic status.
OB/GYN Clerkship Director Interprofessional Health Sciences
The primary responsibilities of the Clerkship Director are the development, implementation, operation, evaluation, and enhancement of his/her clerkship, with an attention toward the SOM Vision of providing the highest levels of wellness in an economically and behaviorally sustainable fashion regardless of race or socioeconomic status.

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