Updated September 11, 2018
Off-Campus Community Service Positions
Only students with Federal Work Study (FWS) awards may work in community service positions and be paid by LVC. If you are sure you have FWS in your package, first apply for the job, and if you are hired, then obtain the contracts: Contracts, available in the Financial Aid Office, must be signed and returned prior to the start of employment. Please call 717-867-6188 to make an appointment to obtain the paperwork.
LutherCare for Kids Annville
Responsibilities: Teacher assistants are needed for various shifts throughout the day at the child care center. LutherCare for Kids Annville is open Monday through Friday and located within walking distance of the college, at 40 South King Street, Annville. Great experience for an education major.
Hours: 6:30 a.m. – 9:15 a.m., 2 – 3 - 4 or 5 days a week; 3 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., 2-3-4 or 5 days a week
Wage: $8.59 per hour; varies depending on previous paid experience
Contact: Luthercare for Kids Annville at 717-867-4660 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Public Safety Events/Parking Staff
Responsibilities: Students would provide assistance with parking vehicles during events, providing way finding service, and/or security during events. This job requires the ability to stand/walk for lengthy periods of time during all types of weather (hot, cold, rain, snow). Must have exemplary customer service skills
Hours: dependent upon time of event.
Contact: Brian Boyer at email@example.com
Office of the Registrar: Student Office Assistant
We are currently hiring for an open position beginning immediately, fall 2018. Applicants should be limited to freshman and sophomore standing. Applicants should have strong communications skills and be prepared for a fast-paced environment.
Responsibilities: Customer service; general filing; processing of transcript requests and enrollment verifications; data entry and other clerical duties.
Wage: Level 1
Hours: Approximately 4 hours per week; varies by semester.
Contact: Email a letter of interest and resume to Kelsea Gonzalez, Associate Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org). Deadline to apply is Wednesday, September 26
Dutchman Dialer (Phonathon Caller)- Development Office
Responsibilities: Student Phonathon callers contact LVC alumni, parents and friends to build relationships, verify information and request gifts to LVC’s annual fund, The Valley Fund. Callers must be effective communicators, be comfortable asking for money, have an appreciation for and understand the importance of philanthropy, be personable, enthusiastic, organized, strong representatives of LVC as well as work well with others. This job is perfect for those that wish to make some extra money outside of the typical class day.
Hours: Fall Semester- 6:00-9:00pm Monday-Thursday, Sept 10 – Oct 4 (& as needed throughout the year with special emphasis around our Annual Day of Giving on Nov. 8th and drawing closer to the end of the calendar year)
Spring Semester- 6:00-9:00pm Monday-Thursday, Jan. 28 – Feb. 28 (& as needed throughout the semester)
* You will be scheduled 1-2 shifts/week with the option to add a 3rd night if your schedule allows for it
Wage: $7.75/hr (Level 2); pay increases each calling year
Contact: Contact Kelsey Gross at 717.867.6322, email email@example.com to express your interest and schedule a phone interview.
Head Equipment Manager Men’s Ice Hockey
Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: cleaning and distribution of laundry for games and practices; skate sharpening and repair; game and practice coverage at home and on the road; assisting with home game operations; assist with men’s ice hockey equipment services, as needed; and other duties as assigned.
Hours: Mondays/Wednesdays 2:15-5:30 Tuesday/Thursday 9:30am-12:00; Fridays and Saturdays depend on game schedule.
Wage: Up to $1400/season depending on experience level
Contact: Any interested students should contact Don Parsons, firstname.lastname@example.org 717-867-6258
Student Grounds Maintenance
Responsibilities: Students would provide assistance with all aspects of grounds maintenance; including mowing, trimming, mulching, athletic field preparation, and snow removal.
Hours: Please contact Facilities for specific hours and dates.
Contact: Darlene Dyer at email@example.com
Responsibilities: Students would assist in event set up, supply delivery, and occasional moving duties.
Hours: Please Contact Facilities for specific hours and dates.
Contact: Darlene Dyer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lifeguard for LVC Arnold Sports Center
Responsibilities: Lifeguards help prevent injuries by minimizing and/or eliminating hazardous situations, enforcing all facility rules and regulations, recognizing and responding quickly and effectively to emergency situations, administer first aid and/or CPR in an emergency, and informing other employees when assistance is needed. Lifeguard Training and First Aid and CPR for professional rescuer required.
Hours: Lifeguards are needed for a variety of 1–2 hour shifts during regular pool hours as well as for other pool-related events.
Wage: Level 2
Contact: Tom McCabe at 717-867-6366 or email@example.com.