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Supervisor, Food & Service Swarthmore
Dining Services is a self-operated dining program which consists of Residential Dining, Catering, and three Retail Locations. We are proud to offer our students, faculty, and staff a diverse menu made from high quality ingredients which are sourced locally whenever possible. We are a team of 110 individuals who come from various backgrounds and ethnicities. If you are passionate about food and have great customer service, this is the place you want to work! We pride ourselves in offering our team a work-life balance not typically found in the restaurant industry. We hope you will apply and be with us now that we moved into our state-of-the-art Dining Center in the Fall of 2022.
Program Coordinator, Swarthmore Summer Scholars Program Swarthmore
The Program Coordinator keeps extensive records for the Program and assumes all administrative responsibilities, supporting the Director, the teaching faculty and instructional staff in the activities of S3P. The Program Coordinator will be the coordinator of communication between current scholars (all four cohorts on campus) as well as alumni of the Program and other alumni who wish to engage with scholars within the Program’s curriculum.
Culinary Associate (Cook) Swarthmore
As a member of the Dining Services department, the Culinary Associate will work in any of the following stations depending on the schedule or need of the department roles: Cook, Commissary or Baker. Working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, having a passion for food, enjoying being part of an energetic team and the opportunity to make a difference in the student’s dining experience on Swarthmore’s campus. This is a full-time, 9-month position and the employee will work during the academic year, mid-August through mid-May.
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 working the months August through May.
Integration Analyst/Developer Swarthmore
The Integration Developer is responsible for designing, developing, documenting, and supporting custom API solutions and integration for the development, configuration, and support of applications, which interface with data housed in the Banner ERP system and Oracle database. Primary duties include providing technical support for applications and analysis of various integration methods. This position works closely with vendors, end users, and ITS staff to ensure a stable, efficient, and secure information technology environment.
Food & Service Associate Swarthmore
As a member of the Dining Services department, the Food & Service Associate will work in any of the following stations depending on the schedule or need of the department: Barista, Beverages, Pizza, Salad Bar, Runner, or Server. Working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, having a passion for food, enjoying being part of an energetic team and the opportunity to make a difference in the student’s dining experience on Swarthmore’s campus. This is a full-time, 9-month position and the employee will work during the academic year, mid-August through mid-May.
Culinary Lead Swarthmore
As a member of the Dining Services department, the Culinary Lead will oversee the day to day operations for a specific function within dining services. Working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, having a passion for food, enjoying being part of an energetic team and the opportunity to make a difference in the student’s dining experience on Swarthmore’s campus. This is a full-time, 9-month position and the employee will work during the academic year, mid-August through mid-May.
Culinary Associate (Baker) Swarthmore
As a member of the Dining Services department, the Culinary Associate will work in any of the following stations depending on the schedule or need of the department roles: Cook, Commissary or Baker. Working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, having a passion for food, enjoying being part of an energetic team and the opportunity to make a difference in the student’s dining experience on Swarthmore’s campus. This is a full-time, 9-month position and the employee will work during the academic year, mid-August through mid-May.
Administrative Assistant II Swarthmore
The Administrative Assistant II (AAII) provides a high level of administrative support for the Chair, faculty, and student members of the Peace and Conflict Studies Department. The full-time, 11-month (.92 FTE) position involves significant student, staff, and faculty interaction, and requires a high level of discretion, collaboration, and professionalism at all times.
Graduate Fellow, TLC (LT) Swarthmore
The Teaching and Learning Commons (TLC) at Swarthmore College is seeking a graduate fellow to assist with program development and operations during the planning year for the TLC. The TLC is a new initiative at the College that will serve as a hub for teaching and learning resources on campus, including programs to support student learning, faculty pedagogy and curriculum development, as well as programs that bring together students, faculty, and staff for collaborative learning opportunities.
Community Resource Manager (Lt.) Swarthmore
Under general direction of the Associate Director of Public Safety for Operations, the Community Resource Manager is an integral part of the support and resource network on campus and 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.
Administrative Coordinator Swarthmore
The Administrative Coordinator for the Office of Student Engagement (OSE) is a full-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Associate Dean and Director of Student Engagement. The Administrative Coordinator provides high-level administrative support to the following: Associate Dean and Director of Student Engagement, Director for Residential Life, Director of Student Activities & Leadership, Assistant Director for Student Activities & Leadership, and the Office of Student Engagement. Among other responsibilities, the Administrative Coordinator handles queries from students, staff, parents and members of the public related to Residential Life, Student Activities, the Office of Student Engagement and the Dean of Students Division. The Administrative Coordinator maintains a high level of confidentiality, professionalism and attention to detail.
Research Computing Manager Swarthmore
The Research Computing Manager serves as a technical expert on the College's research and high-performance computing infrastructure and is responsible for maintaining existing capabilities, developing new functionality, and supporting faculty and student work. The Research Computing Manager will maintain core systems and software along with supporting the specialized needs of campus researchers and instructors via individual consultations and classroom presentations. This position will collaborate closely with faculty, staff, students, and partners at other institutions to provide broad technology support for operational issues, research, and teaching.
Environmental Technician, Part-Time Limited Hours (Night Shift) 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.
Environmental Technician, Part-Time Limited Hours (Day Shift) 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.
Environmental Technician, Part-Time Limited Hours (Mid-Day Shift) 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.
Community Resource Officer, Patrol/Communication - Day Shift Swarthmore
The Community Resource Officer, Patrol/Communication is responsible 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. The position maintains control of incoming telephone calls while providing direction for outgoing calls that are not direct dial accessible. The Officer courteously provides information and assistance by telephone, radio or in person to faculty, staff, students, and visitors. The dispatch of internal communications, monitoring of CCTV, Access Control and both fire and intrusion alarms, as well as key control of organizations’ keys are all integral functions of the position. Coordination of communication or responding to incidents under demanding emergency conditions is an essential skill. Day Shift - This position is a two day, every other week part time schedule working Saturdays and Sundays 6:30a.m. - 2:30p.m.
Community Resource Officer, Patrol/Communication - Evening Shift Swarthmore
The Patrol/Communication Officer is responsible 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. The position maintains control of incoming telephone calls while providing direction for outgoing calls that are not direct dial accessible. The Officer courteously provides information and assistance by telephone, radio or in person to faculty, staff, students, and visitors. The dispatch of internal communications, monitoring of CCTV, Access Control and both fire and intrusion alarms, as well as key control of organizations’ keys are all integral functions of the position. Coordination of communication or responding to incidents under demanding emergency conditions is an essential skill. Evening/Night Shift - This position is a two day a week part time schedule working Friday's and Saturday's 10:30 pm - 6:30 am.
Dining Services (Part-Time) Swarthmore
Dining Services at Swarthmore College is currently accepting applications for various Part-Time Positions. We are continually hiring for Culinary Assistants, Food & Service, Customer Service, and Utility Associates. All dining positions start at a minimum of $15 an hour.
Shuttle Driver - Public Safety Swarthmore
Under general supervision, the Shuttle Driver operates the Garnet Shuttle to various points on campus and transports students, staff and faculty safely.

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