Fall 2022 Work Study Jobs


To apply for a job on this page, you must be eligible for work study:

  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 - Katelyn Ma.
  4. Complete all necessary Work-Study forms and submit to North Shore Community College, Student Financial Services in person or by mail to Attn: Katelyn Ma, Student Financial Services/North Shore Community College, 1 Ferncroft Road, DH260, Danvers, MA 01923.

Danvers Achievement Team Concierge

Department: Danvers Campus Library
ON Campus: 1 Ferncroft Road, Danvers, MA 

As a greeter, you will be positioned at the Concierge Desk in the Danvers Campus
Library’s Lobby. Your main priority will be to provide a welcoming first contact in
directing students to Achievement Team Departments and Services. Flexible around
class schedules, but seeking candidates that will have the ability to work some morning
and early afternoon hours.

Statement of Duties:

  • Provide directional assistance for students looking to access Achievement Team
    services.
  • Assist students in using the Library’s Seat Reservation and TutorTrac Systems.
  • Work with Achievement Team Departments to showcase department resources
    and services at the Concierge Desk.
  • Assist with clerical functions in support of Achievement Team Departments
    including scanning, data entry, and printing or photocopying.

Qualifications: 

  • Demonstrate qualities of patience and empathy; respect for students of all
    gender identities, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, ages, and abilities.
  • Demonstrated ability to act as a team player.
  • Demonstrated ability to be punctual and dependable.
  • Familiarity using computers and technology.

Pay Rate: $16.50 per hour (paid off campus rate)
Approximate Hours: 10-15
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Christine Goodchild 
Supervisor Email: christine.goodchild@northshore.edu


Administrative Assistant/Teaching Intern

Department: The REAL Program, Inc
OFF Campus: 17 Atlantic St. Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

  • The role of this position is primarily administrative where the successful candidate will provide help with attendance; correspondence with families, partner organizations and regulatory responsibilities.

Qualifications: 

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Quickbooks, Google Docs are preferred.
  • The successful candidate also will need to have CORI check and First Aid (we can provide that).
  • Attention to detail is important.
  • Bilingual/multilingual abilities are preferred.
  • Most important, the candidate loves to work with children and help them with their homework.

Pay Rate: $16.50 per hour
Approximate Hours: 10-15
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Jan Plourde
Supervisor Email: jan@therealprogram.org


Teaching Intern

Department: The REAL Program, Inc
OFF Campus: 17 Atlantic St. Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

  • Successful candidate will meet students from Brickett School to walk with them back to 17 Atlantic St in the after school hours.
  • The teaching intern works with retired teachers and the children to help them with reading, homework help and to play games; do art and crafts; play outside and/or walk with children to nearby Red Rock Park. Intern needs to be CORI approved and have First Aid (we can provide).
  • Bilingual candidates are a plus.
  • Light clean up/housekeeping are expected to maintain daily environment at the end of each day.
  • Hours are 1:30-5:00 Monday-Thursday

Qualifications: 

  • Teaching intern must enjoy working with children; must have reading and writing proficiency.
  • Fluent in Spanish, Ukrainian, Viet namese, Arabic are desirable but not required.

Pay Rate: $16.50 per hour
Approximate Hours: 10-15
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Jan Plourde
Supervisor Email: jan@therealprogram.org


Clerk

Department: Student Success Center, Lynn
On Campus: 300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

  • Triage students and families at the front desk in the Student Success Center
  • Ability to answer general questions regarding admission, registration, upcoming payment and add/drop deadlines, orientation, and direct students to the appropriate direction.
  • Assist students to set up MyNorthshore portal, make online payments to their student account, print out their schedules, etc.
  • Assist other Student Success Center departments as needed.
  • Other special projects as needed

Qualifications: 

  • Basic Computer Skills.
  • Microsoft Office Suite would be helpful.
  • Able to work independently.
  • Comfortable interacting with diverse populations.
  • Comfortable interacting with the public on the phone and in person.
  • Microsoft Office would be helpful.

Pay Rate: $16.00 per hour
Approximate Hours: 10-15
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Antonella Santos
Supervisor Email: asantosa@northshore.edu


Clerk

Department: Planning, Research & Resources, Danvers 
On Campus: 1 Ferncroft Road, Danvers, MA

Statement of Duties:

  • Scanning / Indexing in Development Office (will be trained)
  • Troubleshoot Data Reports by running and documenting issues
  • Contact report users to determine usage
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: 

  • Ability to work in excel and word are required
  • Microsoft Office would be helpful.

Pay Rate: $16.00 per hour
Approximate Hours: 10-15
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Kathy Faulkner
Supervisor Email: kfaulkne@northshore.edu


OSE Ambassador

Department: Office of Student Engagement  
On Campus: 1 Ferncroft Road, Danvers, MA

Statement of Duties:

Provide assistance in the Office of Student (Life) Engagement and Dean of Students Office in Danvers. Duties include customer service, handling confidential information, ID machine, giving information, answering questions, copying, scanning, & filing documents, computer work, answering telephone calls, taking messages, assisting with projects and events.

Customer Service-Greet and assist all that comes into our office

  • Answer telephone and transfer calls
  • Use copier and fax machine
  • Computer work as needed
  • Collect funds for selling lockers, replacement IDs and various tickets and write receipts
  • Posting flyers
  • Assist with various aspects of events
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: 

  • Take pride in your work, you are in a professional office. 
  • Present your best self as a staff in a professional office setting.
  • The ability to perform required office tasks in a professional manner.
  • Pleasant communication skills
  • Responsible and respectful.
  • Collaborate with and receive guidance from other (FWS) student staff members
  • Collaborate with and receive guidance from part time clerical staff
  • Report on time for scheduled work hours
  • Confidentiality

Pay Rate: $16.00 per hour
Approximate Hours: 10-12
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Anne Tabet  
Supervisor Email: atabet@northshore.edu


OSE Ambassador

Department: Office of Student Engagement  
On Campus: 300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

Provide assistance in the Office of Student (Life) Engagement and Dean of Students Office in Danvers. Duties include customer service, handling confidential information, ID machine, giving information, answering questions, copying, scanning, & filing documents, computer work, answering telephone calls, taking messages, assisting with projects and events.

Customer Service-Greet and assist all that comes into our office

  • Answer telephone and transfer calls
  • Use copier and fax machine
  • Computer work as needed
  • Collect funds for selling lockers, replacement IDs and various tickets and write receipts
  • Posting flyers
  • Assist with various aspects of events
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: 

  • Take pride in your work, you are in a professional office. 
  • Present your best self as a staff in a professional office setting.
  • The ability to perform required office tasks in a professional manner.
  • Pleasant communication skills
  • Responsible and respectful.
  • Collaborate with and receive guidance from other (FWS) student staff members
  • Collaborate with and receive guidance from part time clerical staff
  • Report on time for scheduled work hours
  • Confidentiality

Pay Rate: $16.00 per hour
Approximate Hours: 10-12
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Devon Murray
Supervisor Email: dmurray03@northshore.edu 


STEM Communications and Social Media Assistant

Department: Engineering Science and Industrial Technology
On Campus:
300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

  • Collaborate with the STEM Special Program Coordinator on the strategy for STEM communications on Blackboard, Social Media, and through a Newsletter.
  • Assist with updating information (i.e. new job postings) on Blackboard STEM News organization.
  • Post content on the NSCC STEM social media pages (Instagram, Facebook).
  • Create social media content, including designing eye-catching images (using Canva or other program) with information about events and job postings.
  • Work with STEM faculty and staff to create videos with tips for STEM students.
  • Assist with assembling a STEM Newsletter.
  • This opportunity will provide experience for a student to build a portfolio of skills related to social media and communication skills.

Qualifications: 

  • Strong communication and organizational skills.
  • Experience with posting content on social media.
  • Engaged with NSCC STEM peers to understand their needs.
  • STEM student preferred.

Pay Rate: $16.00 per hour
Approximate Hours:
6-10
Start Date:
September 2022
Supervisor Name:
Ali Tateosian
Supervisor Email: atateosi@northshore.edu


STEM Lab Technician

Department: Engineering Science and Industrial Technology
On Campus:
300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

  • Cleaning and maintaining equipment and glassware.
  • Constantly keeping a clean and organized workspace.
  • Physically fit: ability to meet physical demands including reaching, bending, walking, standing for long hours, and performing repetitive work.
  • Maintaining parts and equipment inventories for instructional labs.
  • Ordering parts and equipment for instructional labs and student teams.
  • Picking up supplies from local sources when appropriate.
  • Maintaining Laboratory equipment; maintaining all equipment in the Lab and preparing equipment for student use on each lab day.
  • Providing assistance to Faculty, staff and students by demonstrating proper use of lab equipment, safety procedures, etc.
  • Assist with maintenance and safety in department labs.
  • Supervises labs during open hours.
  • Performs such other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: 

  • STEM Major (Computer Science or related, CAD and Advance Manufacturing, Engineering Technology, Construction and Building Science, and Engineering Science or related Major Preferred).
  • Laboratory Experience: 0 - 1 years preferred
  • AutoCAD and Solidworks knowledge.
  • Ability to set-up, program and run CNC machine.
  • Knowledge and ability to use 3D Printer.
  • Overall tidiness and attentiveness.
  • Must be able to work quickly and adapt to change.
  • Ability to self-start and work productively with minimal oversight.
  • Compliantly complete assigned projects.
  • One year of relevant work experience.
  • Knowledge of the tools, testing, equipment, materials, standard practices.
  • Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions that pertain to electronic equipment testing.
  • Ability to use various operating systems and software applications.
  • Ability to read and interpret sketches, specifications, technical literature.
  • Proficiency in oral and written communication.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with a heterogeneous public of faculty, students, and other staff.
  • Possess basic mechanical skills and knowledge in all aspects of industrial maintenance, including but not limited to; electricity, hydraulics, pneumatics, electro-mechanical systems, and welding.
  • Ability to be able to get along with people, respect confidential information, and communicate effectively.

NOTE: This job description may not be all-inclusive. Employees may be asked to perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Positions Available: 3

Pay Rate: $16.00 per hour
Approximate Hours:
20
Start Date:
September 2022
Supervisor Name:
Kehinde Ikuomenisan; Mary Beth Steigerwald
Supervisor Email: kikuomen@northshore.edu ; msteiger@northshore.edu


PT Design Assistant

Department: Tutoring Center, Danvers 
On Campus: 1 Ferncroft Road, Danvers, MA

Statement of Duties:

Assist Tutoring Center administrative staff with promoting Tutoring Center services and making
connections with students. The position will include both marketing and design elements.

  • Create and post content to Tutoring Center social media sites including Facebook, Twitter,
    Instagram, and TikTok.
  • Develop strategies to engage students.
  • Create and post flyers and other graphics to promote the Tutoring Center’s services and
    opportunities.
  • Perform light office tasks as necessary, such as greeting students or answering phones
    Attend required meetings with staff.

Qualifications: 

  • An intermediate understanding of major social media platforms including but not limited to
    creating, posting, interacting, promoting, and sharing different posts and graphics through the
    Tutoring Center's social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok).
  • Basic graphic design skills with Canva or similar application to be able to create flyers and
    graphics for social media posts and other NSCC promotional newsletters.
  • Ability to plan out and execute weekly social media posts at least three times a week (current
    schedule is Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.)
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment; Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Demonstrate qualities of patience and empathy; respect for students of all genders, gender identities, cultural/ethnic backgrounds, ages, and abilities.
  • Successful experience interacting with culturally diverse populations.

Pay Rate: $16.00 per hour
Approximate Hours: 6-10
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Sara Hilinski
Supervisor Email: shilinsk@northshore.edu


PT Design Assistant

Department: Tutoring Center, Lynn
On Campus: 300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:
Assist Tutoring Center administrative staff with promoting Tutoring Center services and making
connections with students. The position will include both marketing and design elements.

  • Create and post content to Tutoring Center social media sites including Facebook, Twitter,
    Instagram, and TikTok.
  • Develop strategies to engage students.
  • Create and post flyers and other graphics to promote the Tutoring Center’s services and
    opportunities.
  • Perform light office tasks as necessary, such as greeting students or answering phones
    Attend required meetings with staff.

Qualifications: 

  • An intermediate understanding of major social media platforms including but not limited to
    creating, posting, interacting, promoting, and sharing different posts and graphics through the
    Tutoring Center's social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok).
  • Basic graphic design skills with Canva or similar application to be able to create flyers and
    graphics for social media posts and other NSCC promotional newsletters.
  • Ability to plan out and execute weekly social media posts at least three times a week (current
    schedule is Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.)
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment; Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Demonstrate qualities of patience and empathy; respect for students of all genders, gender identities, cultural/ethnic backgrounds, ages, and abilities.
  • Successful experience interacting with culturally diverse populations.

Pay Rate: $16.00 per hour
Approximate Hours: 6-10
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Sara Hilinski
Supervisor Email: shilinsk@northshore.edu


Tutor and Activities Leader

Department: Washington Street Baptist Church Kids Club
OFF Campus: 56 Washington Street, Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

  • Supervision and tutoring of children ages 6 – 12 during homework, games, activities, meals, field trips, etc.
  • Individual and group tutoring of children.
  • Planning and implementing creative and enriching games and activities for the kids.
  • Set up and clean up of classroom/activity area.
  • Preparation of snack/meal. Food will be provided by the program.
  • Problem/crisis intervention and counseling during day to day interactions.
  • Contact Director and/or parents in case of emergency.

Qualifications: 

  • Has the needed patience, compassion, and maturity to work with children.
  •  Feels comfortable leading group activities.
  • Arrives on time.
  • Submits to a background check for working with children. This includes a CORI and a SORI, which the Director will run.

Pay Rate: $16.50 per hour
Approximate Hours: 12-15
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Laura Johnson
Supervisor Email: Laura.Johnson2@gordon.edu


PT Tutor

Department: Upward Bound
OFF Campus: 300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

  • Complete tutor orientation and training prior to starting work.
  • Tutor students individually and in small groups during after school hours.
  • Serve as a role model to high school students.
  • Maintain professional behavior with students.
  • Monitor student behavior and enforce program and college regulations.
  • Monitor students' academic progress and tutoring hours.
  • Prepare written summary reports on student progress every two weeks.
  • Circulates and monitors the tutoring rooms and actively addresses students who may need help.
  • Monitor the computer lab and program activities during tutoring hours as needed.
  • Help students clarify information, brainstorm, expand ideas, and think independently.
  • Help students understand mathematical and scientific formulas.
  • Schedule one-on-one tutoring sessions with students on academic probation.
  • Participate in meetings with Upward Bound full and part-time staff.
  • Any tutor or teacher that makes a telephone contact must report that activity in the Upward Bound Student Call Log (white binder).
  • Perform related duties as assigned.

Virtual:

  • Have students complete the google sign in form when they meet with you.
  • Document the contacts and the attempts of contact you have made with students.
  • Use email, discussion forums, audio and video conferencing to communicate with students.
  • Develop and online relationship with students.
  • Check in with the Academic Coordinator daily

Qualifications: 

  • Strong oral and written communication skills; ability to effectively interact with students.
  • Proficient with Google Suite and Zoom.
  • Demonstrated sensitivity towards and passion and commitment to working with students and staff or diverse socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds, different levels of academic preparation, and/or varying physical and learning abilities; prior experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to be punctual and dependable.
  • Demonstrated ability to act as a team player.
  • Tutoring experience, particularly with low income and/or minority youth preferred.
  • Bilingual (Spanish, French, Khmer preferred).
  • Successful experience interacting with culturally diverse populations.
  • Candidates will be required to pass a CORI/SORI and/or a National background check as a condition of employment.

Pay Rate: $16.50 per hour
Approximate Hours: 12-15
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Kacie Brennan
Supervisor Email: kbrennan@northshore.edu


RAP Peer Mentor

Department: RAP Experience
On Campus: 300 Broad Street, Lynn, MA

Statement of Duties:

Peer Mentors serve as a point of contact between the RAP Experience Professional Staff and the students. Peer Mentors are there to be a liaison and provide guidance to current students, and help them navigate some of the day to day challenges that come up being a college student.

Peer Mentors will communicate with students through campaigns, email, text, and phone calls. They will design different forms of communication and outreach in order to pass along vital information and opportunities from the R.A.P. Experience. This also requires taking detailed notes and using navigate to document their efforts.

Peer Mentors help students identify obstacles and barriers that could potentially hinder a student's academic performance and assist them by creating solutions for overcoming those challenges. (If a student’s situation or issue is especially complex, Peer Mentors are to communicate with the R.A.P. Experience professional staff).

Peer Mentors also can put together engagement events to build community amongst the students.

  • Run the RAP Student Lounge (LW222) – maintaining the space, monitoring it while students are there, and coming up with various engagement activities
  • Maintain a working knowledge of and stay current about the other areas of the college to ease the students' process.
  • Design and present workshops on academic/college life from their point of view of what a student may need to know.
  • Encourage students to achieve self-awareness to gain a greater understanding of their strengths, values, and interests.
  • Provide outreach communication (calls, emails, etc.) at the program's onset to prospective students to recruit new members and encourage FAFSA completion, orientation attendance, and class registration.
  • Maintain active support with students through check-ins and offering reminders, using multiple communication platforms (e.g., phone, email, chats, google messaging, and Zoom video meetings
  • Hold drop-in Mentoring hours to assist students with academic preparation, time management, study skills, and academic technologies and keep the students connected with appropriate campus resources.
  • Assist students in identifying barriers, explore solutions, and leverage resources by encouraging students to take an active role in their learning.
  • Conduct face-to-face check-ins (virtual/on-campus) with students every two weeks.
  • Tracks and maintains accurate records of conversations and interventions with students Offers referrals to the Academic Advising, Financial Aid, Accessibility Services, and other support services (when necessary, escort students to those offices and introduce them to the professional staff trained to assist in those areas).
  • Collaborates with multiple campus departments and acts as a liaison between students and faculty/staff.
  • Meets with the Coordinator and program staff and provides a weekly update on the progress of assigned tasks.
  • Design flyers or other forms of communication/outreach
  • Collect data or survey students and run analysis reports in order to keep a pulse on the student populations wants and needs.

Qualifications: 

  • Currently enrolled at NSCC
  • Current RAP Experience Member
  • Preferably has completed at least 1 full year successfully
  • Preferred GPA 2.7 or higher.
  • One year of related clerical experience in a customer service or academic setting (preferred), or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Most work will be in person but please have the ability to work remotely if needed with access to reliable internet for regular video conference activities.
  • Successful experience interacting with culturally diverse populations.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment;
  • Demonstrates qualities of patience and empathy, with the ability to discern student needs respect for students of all genders, gender identities; cultural/ethnic backgrounds, ages, and abilities
  • Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Cooperates and works well with both peers and supervisors.
  • Problem-solver with the ability to locate and disseminate the appropriate resources according to student need.
  • Candidates will be required to pass a CORI/SORI and/or a National background check as a condition of employment.

Pay Rate: $15.00 per hour
Approximate Hours: 20
Start Date: September 2022
Supervisor Name: Darius T. Peyton
Supervisor Email: dpeyton@northshore.edu

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