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Administrative Coordinator II Swarthmore
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Swarthmore College invites applications for an Administrative Coordinator II (AC) to provide senior-level support to the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (VPDEI). The AC serves as the primary administrative point of contact and support for the VPDEI. This role includes, but is not limited to, tracking and prioritizing tasks and projects based on the Office and College’s needs and strategic goals; handling sensitive and confidential information in a discreet and professional manner; managing the VPDEI’s calendar, ensuring it is accurate, up-to-date, and conflict-free; preparing meeting materials; and tracking and at times responding to correspondence on behalf of the VPDEI. The AC may also serve as a highly visible representative of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for various meetings and/or events and, therefore, must be a skilled communicator with outstanding interpersonal and intercultural skills to support an inclusive and welcoming office environment for diverse populations of students, staff, and faculty.
Cataloging & Metadata Librarian Swarthmore
Reporting to the Head, Cataloging & Metadata, the Cataloging and Metadata Librarian will perform original and complex copy cataloging for materials in all formats including print, video, special collections and rare books, streaming videos, and e-books. The position will strengthen the discovery of the Libraries’ collections by creating original MARC metadata records following RDA and AACR2 standards. The incumbent will also collaborate with the Special Collections team on creating, maintaining, and enhancing subject and name authority records in a shared ArchivesSpace platform, managed by the Friends Historical Library, Peace Collection, and College Archives. The incumbent will implement the development of metadata policies that include descriptive, administrative, and technical metadata schemas for the Libraries’ current and future systems, including Ex Libris’ Alma/Primo, ArchivesSpace, and other content management systems. The incumbent will also collaborate with colleagues to improve and revise migrated data.
Environmental Technician, Part-Time (Multiple Openings) Swarthmore
Under limited supervision, the Environmental Technician maintains the cleanliness levels in campus facilities. Performs general cleaning, including but not limited to restrooms, common spaces, dorms, and academic spaces. Multiple openings are available for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shifts and we hiring on an ongoing basis.
Director, Sustainable Capital Planning & Project Management Swarthmore
Reporting to the Associate VP for Sustainable Facilities Operations and Capital Planning, the Director accomplishes the department’s mission by working with campus stakeholders and various consultants, designers, and builders and by forming and guiding teams that provide project governance and oversight to deliver a successful capital program. The Director leads the College’s annual capital plan development and prepares materials for plan approval by the Board of Managers. The Director ensures that all design and construction complies with the College’s Design Standards and Guidelines and Sustainability Framework. The ideal candidate has broad experience and knowledge in capital planning, construction project delivery, and institutional facilities management. The person will possess strong and creative leadership acumen, adeptness at budget development and management, analytical and problem solving competency, strong communication skills, and experience in working within an institutional setting. The ideal candidate is ready to step into this role and lead the College’s dynamic Sustainable Capital Planning and Project Management Department.
Assistant Athletic Trainer Swarthmore
Swarthmore College is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time Assistant Athletic Trainer within the Department of Athletics, Physical Education & Recreation. The Assistant Athletic Trainer must have earned a degree in athletic training; have NATA BOC Certification; be certified as an Athletic Trainer (ATC) in the state of Pennsylvania. A master’s degree in Athletic Training or related field is preferred. The Assistant Athletic Trainer will draw upon their specialized education and training to provide preventative, rehabilitative, and emergency medical care for assigned teams/student-athletes in various settings—including before/during/after practices and contests as well as while managing athletic training room hours. The position’s responsibilities are performed with a high level of autonomy and discretion. This is an exempt, benefits eligible, 10-month position (paid over 12 months).
Food Services Manager - Swarthmore Dining (Associate Residential Manager) Swarthmore
The Associate Residential Manager assists the Residential Manager in all aspects of managing all service and personnel associated with the front facing operations of the Dining Center. Be the main point of contact for the front of the house operations when the Residential Manager is not on site. Assist with recruiting, hiring, scheduling, evaluating, and training all front of house staff. Provide the dining program with outstanding customer service. Work with the Executive Chef to ensure the Allergen Station menus are meeting requirements for the top allergens and offering a varied menu to meet the needs that students require. Work in partnership with the Student Disabilities Office in communicating and setting expectations with students who identify with special food intolerances and allergies.
Environmental Technician (Night Shift) Swarthmore
The Environmental Services department is excited to announce an opening for a full-time position on the 3rd shift. Under limited supervision, the Environmental Technician maintains the cleanliness levels in campus facilities. To submit your interest in this position, submit applications by February 12, 2024.
Environmental Technician - PT BE (Night Shift) Swarthmore
Under limited supervision, the Environmental Technician maintains the cleanliness levels in campus facilities. This is a part-time, benefits eligible position working the night shift.
Research Fellow Swarthmore
The department seeks a postdoctoral fellow to administer and maintain the ERP lab in support of collaborative research with faculty and students. This includes training students (and faculty) in the use of the facilities, as well as participating in the design, development and analysis of faculty-sponsored research using ERP equipment – sometimes in conjunction with eye-tracking or virtual reality. This support may include technical consulting and programming as well as presenting research at domestic and international conferences and helping to prepare research for publication. The position is for 2 years, beginning as early as July 1, 2024, with the possibility of extension.
Head, McCabe Access & User Services Swarthmore
Reporting to the Associate Director for Research, Instruction, and User Services, the Head of McCabe Access and User Services is responsible for the leadership and management of the McCabe Library Access and User Services department with oversight of circulation services, print and digital reserves, interlibrary loan, public facing technologies, building use, and security. They supervise 4 FTE staff and, with the staff, approximately 12 FTE student staff (60 individuals). The Head of McCabe Access and User Services fosters a collaborative, productive, and engaging work environment for Access Services staff. In coordination with the branch libraries and consortial colleagues at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges, they seek to align practices and policies that enhance access to the libraries. They collaborate with the College’s Disabilities Services, Dean’s Office, ITS, and other student affairs services. A member of the Library Council, the Head of McCabe Access and User Services is responsible for contributing to priority setting and decision making. In collaboration with the Associate Director for Research, Instruction, and User Services as well as the Head of Research and Instructional Services, they provide coordination for all public-facing library services, ensuring that both regular and student staff provide the highest quality information services to library patrons.
Project Engagement Specialist Swarthmore
The Project Engagement Specialist is responsible for facilitating the efficient management of IT projects and change initiatives as assigned. Reporting to the Project Engagement Manager, this position collaborates with stakeholders to collect feedback, identify areas for improvement, and implement strategies aimed at enhancing customer engagement and project success. This role is also responsible for training, documentation management and executing educational and awareness campaigns, serving as a technology communicator, and change agent for the Swarthmore community.
Associate Athletic Trainer Swarthmore
Swarthmore College is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time (10-month) Associate Athletic Trainer within the Department of Athletics, Physical Education & Recreation. The Associate Athletic Trainer must have earned a degree in athletic training (or related field), have NATABOC Certification, and be certified as an Athletic Trainer (ATC) in the state of Pennsylvania. A master’s degree in Athletic Training or a related field is preferred. The Associate Athletic Trainer will draw upon their specialized education and training to provide preventative, rehabilitative, and emergency medical care for assigned teams/student-athletes in various settings—including before/during/after practices and contests, as well as while managing athletic training room hours. The Associate Athletic Trainer will assist the Head Athletic Trainer with management and oversight of all areas of the Athletic Training room and of the Athletic Training staff, as needed, and will ensure compliance with applicable NCAA policies as well as best practices. The position’s responsibilities are performed with a high level of autonomy and discretion.
Community Resource Lead - Public Safety Swarthmore
The Community Resource Lead for the Department of Public Safety (DPS) is an integral part of the support and resource network on campus. The Community Resource Lead is 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.
Associate Dean & Director, Student Conduct Swarthmore
The Associate Dean and Director of Student Conduct will provide leadership and coordination of the various aspects of the College’s Student Conduct system, specifically focusing on collaboration between the hiring officers within the Office of Student Engagement (OSE). Working closely with the Associate Dean and Director of Case Management and the four (4) Area Coordinators (OSE), the associate dean will provide primary management of the College’s minor and major misconduct (CJC) student conduct process. As an experienced professional, the associate dean will also provide oversight and guidance to students navigating the College’s student conduct process. Additionally, the associate dean will provide guidance and support to the associate dean and director of case manager for respondents in the College’s student conduct process, including the College’s Title IX and College-Defined Sexual Misconduct policy, and is a member of the Title IX team.
Culinary Associate Swarthmore
The Culinary Associate will work in any of the following stations depending on the schedule or need of the department roles: Cook, Pizza Cook, Commissary, or Baker. Ensure the timely meal production for a college dining program under the direction of the Executive Chef or Sous Chef. Prep ingredients and cook or bake menu items according to standard recipes. Ensure that food production meets the departmental standards of quality, taste, creativity, presentation, and variety. Assisting with the execution of menu items, food safety, and the proper sanitation of all kitchen equipment.
Utility Lead Swarthmore
Oversees the Utility (Dish & Pots) team to ensure that all staff are following proper cleaning and sanitation protocols and procedures. Ensures proper chemicals are being used and accurate dish machine temperatures are maintained. Provides timely and reliable cleaning and maintenance support for Swarthmore Dining. Ensures the availability of a clean and sanitary supply of dishware, glassware, trays, pots, pans, utensils, and/or other smallwares. Responsible for cleaning of equipment, kitchen, and floors as needed throughout each meal period. Maintains and sanitizes the dish machine & pot area, pulper room and extruder room. Ensures a clean dining service facility. Must interact well with customers, co-workers and supervisors. Must work effectively, both independently and as a team member. Typical duties and expectations are described below, but may also include other duties as assigned
Application Systems Administrator Swarthmore
The Application Systems Administrator is a member of a highly collaborative team of experienced professionals providing administrative support for Swarthmore College’s business applications. This position provides general technical support and software installation, patching, and upgrades for business applications, primarily our Banner ERP system.
Associate Vice President, Capital Giving & Campaigns Swarthmore
The position of Associate Vice President, Capital Giving and Campaigns (AVP) is an outstanding opportunity for an advancement leader who is a gifted and inspired manager, a creative and collaborative colleague, and an experienced fundraiser. Working closely with the Vice President for Advancement (VP) and senior colleagues, they will create, hire for, and manage the Campaign and Capital Giving Office at Swarthmore. Planning Swarthmore campaigns, supporting the definition and building out of priorities, setting up projects and their management, establishing and implementing new practices in relationship management, developing fundraising strategies, hiring and supervising staff, creating and carrying a portfolio of high-level donors, the AVP will enable a new era of resource growth for Advancement and the College. Candidates will be hired into either an Assistant Vice President or Associate Vice President role based on experience and professional qualifications. Qualifications in this job description are reflective of the Associate Vice President level.
Swarthmore Dining (Part-Time) - Multiple Openings Swarthmore
Swarthmore Dining is currently accepting applications for various Part-Time Positions. We continually hire Customer Service, Food & Service, and Utility Associates. All dining positions start at a minimum of $17.00 an hour.
Community Resource Officer (CRO) Patrol/Communication (Part-Time) Swarthmore
The Department of Public Safety is currently accepting applications for a Community Resource Officer (CRO) Patrol/Communication (Part-Time) on a weekend schedule, either Sat/Sun 6:30am-2:30pm or Thurs/Sat 9:30pm-2:30am.

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