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Application Systems Administrator Swarthmore
The Application Systems Administrator is responsible for the support and management of the applications which support College administrative operations. Primary duties include providing technical support for applications and managing related software lifecycle events including installation, security and operational patching, and planning and executing major and minor upgrades. This position works closely with vendors, application owners, and ITS staff to ensure a stable, efficient, and secure information technology environment.
Community Resource Officer (Corporal) Swarthmore
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is currently accepting applications for the position of Public Safety – Corporal – Community Resource Officer. Public Safety Supervisors are an integral part of the support and resource network on campus. Supervisors are responsible for building positive community relationships throughout campus as well as for responding to routine and emergency calls for service, conducting initial and follow up investigations as appropriate, responding to medical incidents and both fire and intrusion alarms. They are also responsible for the efficient and effective operation of the multi-faceted Swarthmore College Communication Center.
Accounting Assistant & Cashier Swarthmore
Under general direction of the Associate Controller, the Accounting Assistant & Cashier performs various clerical and accounting tasks to include posting entries, verifying and reconciling input to financial reporting system output, processing payments, and/or assisting in preparation of billings and other financial reports. Responds to inquiries and contacts other departments and/or vendors to resolve a variety of problems.
Associate Director of Alumni & Parent Engagement Swarthmore
The Associate Director of Alumni & Parent Engagement is a member of a team who design events and activities that engage alumni, parents, and friends with the College and its programs and that encourage participants to be actively supportive of the College’s goals and priorities. The Associate Director provides logistical direction to major events, including but not limited to Alumni Weekend and Garnet Weekend. The Associate Director helps manage the execution of all major event-related projects, including but not limited to such items as registration tools, reserving spaces, etc.
Athletic Field Crew Supervisor Swarthmore
Under general direction, the Athletic Field Crew Supervisor provides timely and reliable support for supervision of athletic fields crew, as well as directly performing maintenance and care of athletic fields and campus turf. Prepares fields as needed for practices and competitions for team sports and club sports. Performs other campus groundskeeping duties to maintain and keep safe the paths, roads, turf areas, fields and additional properties of the College.
Women's Resource Center Fellow Swarthmore
The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) provides programs and services that support the personal and intellectual development of women. The WRC promotes gender equity broadly and provides a welcoming space for all genders. In addition, the WRC partners with other campus organizations and offices to strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus community that promotes gender equity and awareness, and supports people of various gender identities.
Gender & Sexuality Initiatives Fellow Swarthmore
The Intercultural Center (IC) at Swarthmore College provides programs and services that support the personal and intellectual development of Asian American, Latinx, Multiracial, Native American, LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer), low-income, international, and first-generation college students. In addition, the IC promotes systemic change towards a multicultural perspective across the institution, and fosters community-building and collaboration among diverse groups both within and outside of the college. We believe support of LGBTQ+ students and communities must be done in a multicultural, social justice context, honoring the many identities of students.
Biology Assistant - Animal Care (Temporary) Swarthmore
The Biology Assistant is responsible for the welfare, husbandry, and upkeep of various vertebrate and marine invertebrate species in their respective labs within Swarthmore's Biology department.
Office Manager Swarthmore
Reporting to the Director of Financial Aid the Office Manager’s mission is to facilitate maximum administrative efficiency to the Financial Aid Office. The Office Manager oversees the administrative functions of the Financial Aid Office and manages the front line of communications – email, phone, and visitation. The person in this role is an innovative organizer, doer, and multi-tasker, is an expert in administrative execution, and is familiar with every position in the office. The Office Manager partners with the Director of Operations and the Senior Assistant Director of Financial Aid Systems to design and implement new systems to support office workflow, train financial aid staff on the workflow, and insure workflow is properly managed. The position supervises student employees and partners with the Director of Services to manage the College’s student employment software.
Research & Instruction Librarian (Part-Time) Swarthmore
McCabe Library, which serves the humanities and social sciences disciplines at Swarthmore College, invites applications from a self-directed, intellectually curious MLS/MLIS student or recent graduate for an non-exempt, benefit eligible, limited-term position (through May 13, 2022) as Research & Instruction Librarian. As a member of a team of librarians, provides a range of reference, research support, user education, outreach, and collection development services. The ideal candidate will display a commitment to and interest in public services and emerging research trends including the role of technology in pedagogy. The incumbent will report to the Associate College Librarian for Research & Instruction and as part of the Research & Instruction Department will participate fully in Public Services.
Studio Art Model Swarthmore
Detailed study of the human form has a long and storied history that dates to the early cave paintings. The model is essential in this activity and provides an important service toward the study of the human figure. Figure models provide students with the opportunity to observe complex forms and the multitude of expressions that are possible within the human figure.
Assistant Director, First Generation and Low-Income Student Initiatives (FLI) Swarthmore
The Assistant Director will assist the Dean of First Year Students and Director of First Generation and Low-Income Student Initiatives with programming for first generation and low-income students through the FLI and Richard Rubin Scholars programs.
Assistant Director, Intercultural Center Swarthmore
The Assistant Director manages, sustains, supports and evaluates programs, including all functions related to the Intercultural Center. Responsibilities include supervising IC interns and advising student groups, providing logistical support for programs and events; planning special projects supported by the office; drafting and preparing correspondence and documents; professional interactions with other members of the College community, outside visitors, and vendors.
Shuttle Driver Swarthmore
Under general supervision, the Shuttle Driver operates the Garnet Shuttle to various points on campus and transports students, staff and faculty safely.
Marketing & Communications Specialist (Limited Term) Swarthmore
The Marketing & Communications Specialist assists with marketing projects that inspire and engage alumni, donors, prospective students and families, and the external Swarthmore community. The position requires strong writing and editorial skills, knowledge of digital marketing practices such as email campaigns, web content, or online advertising, and the ability to manage multiple projects at the same time.
Temporary - Customer Service Associate Swarthmore
This part time, temporary position for the Swarthmore Campus and Community Store, will assist in order fulfillment and customer support for the store. The temporary position will be needed for around 20 hours per week, from Mid- August through Mid-September and again from Early-January through Early February, exact dates are based on the academic schedule for the College.
Temporary On-Call Production Technician Swarthmore
Swarthmore College, a highly selective liberal arts college, is located in the suburbs of Philadelphia. The Lang Performing Arts Center (LPAC) integrates the arts into Swarthmore’s curriculum. The space houses many facilities which cater to the needs of the college’s artistic spectrum. The LPAC is versatile in its function: rehearsals, gallery installations, readings, film screenings, classes and performances are all simultaneously hosted within the building, making it a gravitational hub of campus activity. Under supervision, the On-Call Production Technician performs tasks for a variety of programs and events. This person may assist in the load-in, running, and production for performances in the LPAC.
Research Manager & Academic Assistant Swarthmore
The Research Manager & Academic Assistant’s responsibilities will fall into two major categories: • Act as a Research Manager in matters concerning the oversight and facilitation of student and faculty research throughout the year with emphasis on off-campus populations. • Assist the Department Chair primarily in matters concerning facilitating and monitoring student progress in the department including students in special majors such as neuroscience and psychology and education
Access & User Services Weekend Manager Swarthmore
The Access and User Services Weekend Manager and Specialist has sole responsibility for the weekend team-based operation of the Access and User Services department that ensures patron access to the libraries’ facilities, collections and services. They maintain and provide excellent customer service when responding to requests and informational queries and supervise 60+ student employees who provide front-line support. They also contribute to the development of departmental policies and services.
Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Swarthmore
Reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs, the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) oversees and directs all services provided by CAPS and is responsible for ensuring that services meet the needs of students, the Student Affairs division, and the College at large. The Director provides clinical, fiscal, and administrative vision and leadership regarding the provision of mental health services on campus, including assessment, crisis intervention, short-term individual therapy, referral services, outreach programming, and student support groups for a variety of different topics.

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