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Postings for 2015-2016 will be updated regularly as jobs are filled or as they become available. See the Wage Scale, FAQ, and Guidelines for more information on Student Employment at LVC.

Updated September 2, 2015

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 when you return to school.

2nd and Chestnut Streets, Lebanon
Several teacher assistants are needed for various shifts throughout the day at this child care center, open Monday through Friday. Great experience for an education major with access to their own transportation.
Hours: 6:30–9 a.m.; 3–5:30 p.m
Wage: $8.14 per hour; varies depending on previous paid experience
Contact: Jennifer Witmer at 717-272-4778 or

ANNVILLE FREE LIBRARY - two different job descriptions follow:

216 E. Main St., Annville   (within walking distance of campus!)
Federal Work Study required as part of your financial aid package.


Responsibilities: Responsibilities include assisting Children’s Librarian with children in Grades 1 through 4 during activities, maintaining order with students, checking out & shelving children’s books, preparing craft materials for future use, and helping create bulletin board displays.   Need to have energy and enthusiasm as well as ability to work well with children and staff.  Excellent experience for an education or math major. Fall activities will include lots of math games as well as read-alouds.
Hours:  Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3:00-5:00 pm
Wage: Level 2

Contact: Cindy Funck, 867-1802 or


Responsibilities: Responsible for greeting visiting patrons, checking books & DVDs in and out, shelving books, and assisting patrons with public computer needs.  Must be personable with the public and have good computer skills. Prior volunteer experience in a public library is a plus but not a requirement.
Hours:  Mondays & Wednesdays, 5:30 - 8:00 pm

                            Wednesdays 12-2 pm and Fridays 10-12 am

                             Tuesdays 12-3 pm and Thursdays 2-4 pm
Wage: Level 2

Contact: Cindy Funck, 867-1802 or

    On Campus Positions    


    STUDENT AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIANS: Fall Positions Available, 2015
    Currently there are several positions available in the Office of Audiovisual  Technology for student technicians to provide audio and visual support of all kinds for academic, administrative, sporting, conference services and student services events. This includes data and video projection, video recording, and sound reinforcement. Training will be provided.    
    Hours: Training: Generally four hours per week, Monday – Friday; training to begin immediately in the fall semester.
    Wage: Level 1 $7.25 per hour as a trainee; increasing when training has been successfully completed.
    Contact: Andy Greene at 867-6200 or via email at

    Responsibilities: Student phonathon callers contact LVC alumni, parents and friends to build relationships, verify information and request gifts to 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 and work well with others.
    Hours: 6:00-9:00pm Monday-Thursday, September to October|
    Wage: $7.75/hr (Level 2)
    Contact: Shaylene Scheib ’07 at 717.867.6324 or


    The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery is looking for students to work as Gallery attendants for several events during the semester.
    Hours: Vary, according to the event
    Wage: Level 1
    Contact: Crista Detweiler at 717-867-6445 or

    Seeking an independent, detailed-oriented and engaged student to support the Office of Professional Studies with various administrative tasks. Applicants should be organized, reliable, good time managers, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude and be willing to learn new things to advance the mission of the department.
    Hours: Schedule is flexible based upon student availability and weekly hours are cyclical depending on varying support needs. 
    Wage: Level 1 Student Worker salary rates apply to this position. 
    Contact: Request an application from

    The Office of Marketing and Communications seeks students interested in working as photographers for select campus events, including, but not limited to student activities, guest lectures, and other assignments.
    Start date: September 2015 
    Responsibilities: Arriving at least 10 minutes prior to start of event and taking photographs for the event. Provide photos to MarComm office within 24 hours of event. May also include immediate update to LVC social media channels. Ideal candidates are art, digital communications, English, or other related majors. Prior experience with photography is helpful. 
    Wage: Level 1, hours vary 
    Contact: Email Alison Wenger at

    Seeking an independent, task-oriented and engaged student to create and develop marketing materials and assist with managing social media for the Center for Career Development. Applicants should be organized, good time managers, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and if possible, Adobe Creative Suite. The ideal candidate must have an interest in effectively utilizing marketing and social media that move the office’s mission and programs forward. Request an application from      
    Deadline is Friday, September 4th; interviews will take place the week of September 7th.|
    Responsibilities: create posters, infographics, and alumni career development profiles; produce mailings to share information about career development topics and events; and present results of data/evaluations in unique formats. In addition, the student may assist with employer recruitment and occasionally be asked to offer assistance for workshops/events/employer visits; registering students for career programs, and participating in programs such as LVC Live and New Student Advising Days. There also may be opportunities, depending upon the student’s skills and interests, to co-facilitate workshops and small group presentations with staff or conduct individual peer to peer education sessions.
    Wage: level 1 (approximately 6 hours/week)
    Contact: Sharon Givler at 


    The office of athletic communications seeks students interested in working for LVCtv, the video streaming network broadcasting LVC athletics (football, field hockey, volleyball, basketball, and lacrosse) and other campus events. Start date: September 2015

    Responsibilities: Staff will help coordinate all aspects of the broadcast including setup, camera switching, on-screen scoreboards, and maintaining the stream.

    Ideal candidates are digital communications, music recording technology, English, or other related majors. Prior sports knowledge not necessary but is helpful.

    Wage: Level 1, hours vary depending on the athletic season

    Contact: Email Thomas Klemick at


    The office of athletic communications seeks students interested in working as stat callers/participation trackers for select athletic events, including but not limited to football, field hockey, volleyball, basketball and lacrosse. Start date: September 2015

    Responsibilities: Arriving at least 15 minutes prior to game time and calling stats for the stat inputter and/or tracking player participation on an assigned sheet for selected athletic events, usually ranging from 2-3 hours depending on the contest.

    Ideal candidates are digital communications, English, or other related majors. Prior sports knowledge not necessary but is helpful.

    Wage: Level 1, hours vary depending on the athletic season
    Contact: Email Thomas Klemick at

    Digital Communications will be hiring a student worker for the 15-16 academic year.
    Responsibilities: assist in designing and developing promotional materials for print and web, plan, shoot, and edit videos, manage departmental social media accounts, collect, maintain and update materials for the web, and help manage, check out, and track digiCOM equipment. The successful candidate will have knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and HTML, have excellent writing abilities, be able to follow directions with minimal oversight, and have a working knowledge of video and photography. Email resume and letter of application to Interviews to take place ASAP.
    Wage: Level 1, 300 hours over the school year (approximately ten hours/week).
    Contact: Jeff Ritchie at    


    Assist LVC Grounds personnel with snow removal when needed
    Whenever an accumulation of snow has fallen and needs to be removed from sidewalks, entrances etc.
    Level 2
    Kevin Yeiser at 717-867-6342 or      

    Responsibilities: All aspects of campus grounds and athletic field maintenance including mowing, trimming, landscaping, assisting with athletic event setup, truck unloading and trash removal
    Hours: 7 a.m.–4 p.m., Monday–Friday, as available and when needed; weekends and evenings as needed
    Wage: Level 2
    Contact: Kevin Yeiser at 717-867-6342 or

    prevent injuries by minimizing/eliminating hazardous situations; enforce all facility rules and regulations; recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergency situations; administer first aid and/or CPR in an emergency; inform other employees when assistance is needed
    ** Lifeguard Training - 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. Contact information below for details.
    Wage: Level 2
    Contact: Mary Gardner at 867-6367 or