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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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Physics Laboratory Student Work Study-Non-FWS (Departmentally Funded) - 2018/2019 South Orange
Laboratory student worker for Physics Laboratories
Student Tutors - English Department Writing Center - 2018/2019 South Orange
This is a tutoring position. The student worker is expected to tutor writing of other students seeking hep in the Writing Center. The student worker must have a "B+" average in their writing classes.
Federal Work Study - University Advancement - 2018/2019 South Orange
Students will reach out to alumni and friends of Seton Hall via phone to update demographic information, inform alumni about university happenings and solicit for gifts in order to strengthen the university's end of the year fundraising efforts.
ARC Peer Tutor - Summer 2018 South Orange
ARC tutors provide academic tutoring for courses taught at Seton Hall University. The function of this position is to guide and support students to establish effective study strategies and self-advocacy.
ARC Peer Tutor - 2018/2019 South Orange
ARC tutors provide academic tutoring for courses taught at Seton Hall University. The function of this position is to guide and support students to establish effective study strategies and self-advocacy.
Advancement Services Student Assistant - 2018/2019 - University Advancements South Orange
Advancement Services is part of the division of University Advancement and includes the gift processing, reporting and analytics, donor relations, prospect research and database management areas. The Advancement Services Student Assistant will assist office staff in completing a variety of tasks.
True Blue Program Student Assistant 2018- 2019 South Orange
This position is for the fall and spring semesters. The True Blue Program Student Assistant supports the administration of the University's award-winning recognition program for alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff and friends. The student will manage a number of daily, weekly and monthly tasks to ensure program participants have a positive experience as members of True Blue.
Student Worker - College of Education - 2018/2019 South Orange
Data entry for creation of alumni records
Summer Peer Advisors - EOP South Orange
Provide guidance and peer mentoring to EOP FTFTF summer participants.
University Office Student Office Assistants - EOP - Summer 2018 South Orange
Office Work for the Department of EOP
University Work Study - Summer 2018 South Orange
Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry work study student
Parking Services - University Work Study - Summer 2018 South Orange
Assist in daily operations of the Parking Services Office.
Summer PMPDPP Peer Counselor South Orange
Serve as a mentor, academic resource, and chaperone for the Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus (PMPDPP) Summer Enrichment Program and operate in a supervisory capacity for initial freshmen its summer residential program.
Federal Work Study - Parking Services - 2018-2019 South Orange
Assist in daily operations of the Parking Services Office.
Federal Work Study - EOP - 2018/2019 South Orange
Federal Work Study Student to support the Office of the Education Opportunity Program
Federal Work Study_Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program Fall/Spring 2018-19 South Orange
Assists Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program staff with day-to-day operational activities.
2018-2019 Federal Work Study - Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work - 2018/2019 South Orange
Student will assist the Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work departments in an office setting. Duties will consist of general office work.
Central Housing Office Assistant - Housing & Residence Life - Summer 2018 South Orange
The Central Office Assistant (OA) is a part-time staff member of the department of Housing and Residence Life. He/She will assume an important role within the Central Housing and Residence Life Office aiding Central staff members and completing various tasks assigned. Responding to the needs of the Central staff in addition to those of students, parents, other departments, and guests of the University who contact the HRL Department will comprise a significant portion of the OA's work. Thus, the ability to manage critical administrative tasks while addressing situations and inquiries as they arise is necessary. In as much as the Central HRL work environment is a dynamic one, the OA position is one that requires flexibility, adaptability, enthusiasm, and commitment as he/she is called upon to respond to changing needs and situations.
General Student Worker South Orange
Summer 2018 Work Study for the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute.
Central Housing Office Assistant - Housing & Residence Life - 2018/2019 South Orange
The Central Office Assistant (OA) is a part-time staff member of the department of Housing and Residence Life. He/She will assume an important role within the Central Housing and Residence Life Office aiding Central staff members and completing various tasks assigned. Responding to the needs of the Central staff in addition to those of students, parents, other departments, and guests of the University who contact the HRL Department will comprise a significant portion of the OA's work. Thus, the ability to manage critical administrative tasks while addressing situations and inquiries as they arise is necessary. In as much as the Central HRL work environment is a dynamic one, the OA position is one that requires flexibility, adaptability, enthusiasm, and commitment as he/she is called upon to respond to changing needs and situations.

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