Fall 2019 Work Study Jobs 

To apply for a job on this page:

  1. Contact the Work-Study supervisor identified in the job posting to set up an appointment.
  2. During the appointment, he or she will discuss duties of the job, qualifications, and work schedule. Your work-study schedule will be planned around your classes.
  3. If you are hired, your supervisor will send a hire request to the Work-Study coordinator.
  4. Complete all necessary Work-Study forms and submit to North Shore Community College, Student Financial Services at Lynn McGee Building in LS134 or by mail, Attn: Katherine Valera, Student Financial Services, 300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA 01901.

 Photographer/Videographer

Department: External and Public Relations

Campus: Lynn 

Statement of Duties: 

The photographer/videographer will work closely with staff members in the External & Public Relations Office to take photographs/film short videos of a variety of people, places, and events at North Shore, primarily on the Lynn Campus.  

Qualifications: 

Students applying for this position must have strong photography/videography skills.  Applicants for this position must be able to work independently, meet deadlines, and be detail-oriented.  Photoshop and social media experience a plus. The hours for this position are flexible.

Those interested in the position should be prepared to submit a resume, cover letter, and three samples of their best photography/videos.   

Pay Rate: $12.00 per hour 

Approximate Hours: 10

Start Date: 9/23/2019

Supervisor Name: Nancy Barker 

Supervisor Phone: 978-739-5436

Supervsior Email: nbarker@northshore.edu

 


 

Receptionist/Greeter

Department: Northeast Animal Shelter

Off-Campus: 347 Highland Ave, Salem, MA 01970 

Statement of Duties: 

  • Greet and direct all visitors.
  • Handle incoming phone calls.
  • Respond to voicemail messages.
  • Direct calls or messages appropriately.
  • Provide excellent customer service.
  • Assist potential adopters by collecting initial information.
  • Coordinate potential adopters waiting for counselors.
  • Accept donations, collect donor info, and disperse donations to proper locations.
  • Use Shopkeep system for general sales and donations.
  • Other duties as assigned by Adoptions Supervisor during that shift may include laundry, sanitize door handles, spot clean floors, wash windows, cut rags, take out trash, restock office and retail supplies.

Qualifications: 

Must be work study eligible and a student at North Shore Community College. 
Must love animals and/working with animals. No prior experience is required but a willingness to learn. 
Must be disciplined and responsible to show up to their scheduled shifts. 

Pay Rate: $13.00 per hour 

Approximate Hours: 12

Start Date: 9/23/2019

Supervisor Name:  Becca Toltz

Supervsior Email: volunteer@neas.org


  

Office Assistant

Department: Enrollment and Student Records

Campus: Danvers

Statement of Duties: 

General office support, assist staff with various projects.
May include but not limited to:

  • Computer work,
  • retrieving phone messages, and copying,
  • scanning, indexing, & mailings.
  • Assist students in Enrollment Center with setting-up MyNorthshore Student Account, registering, printing schedules, etc.

Qualifications: 

Excellent customer service skills, organized, dependable, attention to detail, follows direction, able to work with minimal supervision, respectful of confidentiality in work role, basic computer skills, willingness to learn, ability to work well under pressure.

Pay Rate: $12.00 per hour 

Approximate Hours: 10

Start Date: 9/23/2019

Supervisor Name:  Maryellen Hunt

Supervisor Phone: 978-762-4000 x4343

Supervsior Email: mhunt@northshore.edu.


 

 
Educational Assistant/Mentor

Department: Building Bridges Through Music 

Off-Campus: 4 Adam Street, Lynn, MA 

Statement of Duties: 

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • mentoring students and assisting Lead teachers with homework help, especially in the areas of reading, and grade appropriate word recognition; math help.
  • Using creative means to implement technology and music; engineering projects.
  • Lastly, participate and engage children and youth in creative play and games/physical movement and sports related activities. 

Qualifications: 

  • Ability to work independently as well as part of the team of teachers;
  • have experience working with children and or youth via, camp settings, and/or group settings.
  • Have a love of or have music educational experience such as playing an instruments or knowing how to read music, whereas music is our catalyst for leaning and implementing high quality educational enrichment programs.
  • Fluency in Spanish, and Haitian Creole is desirable, but not required.
  • Experience working with young males high desirable. 

Pay Rate: $13.00 per hour 

Approximate Hours: 15

Start Date: 9/23/2019

Supervisor Name:  Doreen Murray 

Supervsior Email: dmurray@bbtmusic.org


 

 

 
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