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Administrative Assistant II Swarthmore
The Film & Media Studies department is seeking an Administrative Assistant who will be an enthusiastic team player providing administrative and program support for faculty and students in our growing department, with the potential to shape our dynamic program as we move into a planned new facility. The successful candidate will have a background in the field, an interest in arts administration, and a desire to foster and maintain strong ties across the campus community. Responsibilities include maintaining course catalog, department budget, website, student records, class and event scheduling, facilitating and publicizing events (such as artist visits, screenings, and the annual TriCo Film Festival), supervising student workers, and working with the chair on day-to-day administration of the department.
Associate Director, Center for Innovation and Leadership (CIL) Swarthmore
The Associate Director assists in all aspects of the Center for Innovation and Leadership in event management, direction, and engagement with students and the campus community. They will actively seek out and maintain an understanding of the current environment and best practices surrounding creativity and design, student leadership development, and entrepreneurial processes. The Associate Director is responsible for the CIL student Intern program, communication and marketing efforts in the CIL, and assessment and evaluations of programming.
Production Stage Manager Swarthmore
The Production Stage Manager provides logistical and supervisory expertise in supporting productions/performances, conferences, events, rentals, and other activities taking place in the Performing Arts Center. This position works 40 hours per week, requires the ability to work a flexible schedule which includes nights, weekends, holidays, and overtime hours as needed. Tasks performed with a great deal of independence include: recruit, manage and supervise a staff of professional temporary assistant stage managers and stage crew; serve as Stage Manager for major events in Pearson-Hall Theatre; prepare production paperwork for faculty, student, rental projects, and visiting artists. Assign tasks to and directly supervise 10-15 student workers. Maintain general office and stage supplies and provide judgment on replacements; work as a part of the Production Team of Lang Performing Arts Center communication task force. This position works 40 hours per week, requires the ability to work a flexible schedule which includes, nights, weekends, holidays, and overtime hours as needed.
Inventory Control Coordinator Swarthmore
The Inventory Control Coordinator (ICC) is the face of the Facilities Service Window, providing a welcome greeting, direction, and service to visitors, including but not limited to students, faculty, staff, vendors, and contractors. The role of the ICC is to enable facilities field personnel to perform repairs and maintenance tasks in a timely way by managing the service building supply chain and inventory. The ICC will work closely with office administration and management teams for Maintenance, Environmental Services, Grounds, and Purchasing to ensure material deliveries are accurate, are being directed to the correct location, and that material standards are met and recorded in the work management database. The ICC has direct control and responsibility for the stockroom, inventory counts, and tool cribs. This position is responsible for purchasing supplies for all facilities groups, including but not limited to vendor follow-up, obtaining quotations, purchase order creation, verifying receipt of materials and services, and obtaining appropriate approval for payment.
Assistant Director, Athletic Communications Swarthmore
A member of the NCAA Division III and the Centennial Conference. The Assistant Director of Athletic Communications assists with administering and coordinating all aspects of the communications program for all intercollegiate varsity sports, supports institutional branding and positioning efforts, and manages the Athletic Communications department. The Assistant Director of Athletic Communications assists with the day-to-day operations of the athletic communications office and supervises student workers.
Publicity and Marketing Coordinator Swarthmore
Reporting to the Chair of Theater, the Publicity and Marketing Coordinator will support the Theater Department by overseeing the following areas: publicity, public relations, prospective student and alumni outreach and performance documentation/archiving.
Sr. Immigration Specialist Swarthmore
The position, which reports to the Assistant Dean and Director of International Student Programs and provides direct support and consultation to the Office of the Provost, is responsible for stewarding a comprehensive international student and scholars program, with special focus in supporting immigration compliance requirements. Swarthmore College is authorized by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the US Department of State (DOS) to issue non-immigrant visa documentation. The Senior Immigration Specialist is responsible for oversight of all Swarthmore College J1 and F1 initial visas and STEM related requests, DACA/Undocumented students, and works in consultation with immigration counsel to support non-immigrant work visas. In the performance of their duties the Senior Immigration Specialist maintains communications with key campus partners, such as HR, the Provost’s office, and the Office of General Counsel.
Digital Scholarship Librarian Swarthmore
The Digital Scholarship Librarian provides strategic leadership for Digital Scholarship across all disciplines. Experienced with digital pedagogy and technology, they are responsible for building and sustaining an infrastructure for a dynamic digital scholarship program and collaborating with faculty, students, and campus partners. They facilitate the successful adoption and application of digital approaches to teaching, learning, and research, develop sustainable and scalable digital resources, and explore emerging and existing technologies which enable the use of digital content. Reporting to the Head of Research and Instruction, the DS librarian is a valued member of the Research + Instruction department. They provide program oversight and manage a portfolio of digital scholarship projects in close collaboration with library colleagues, ITS academic technologists and TriCollege partners.
Community Resource Officer, Patrol Swarthmore
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is currently accepting applications for the position of Patrol/Communication Officer. Public Safety Officers (PSO/PSO's) are an integral part of the support and resource network on campus. Officers 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.
WoodShop / MakerSpace Manager Swarthmore
The MakerSpace is part of the Swarthmore College Information Technology Department. We seek a new Manager with an aptitude for managing, coaching, and teaching smart, highly creative people. The Manager oversees all aspects of the facility and provides technical and maintenance support. The MakerSpace is part of a network of fabrication and innovation shops on campus. The Manager works closely with faculty to meet the curricular needs for the space.
Administrative Assistant II Swarthmore
We seek an administrative assistant to provide us with high-level half-time administrative support. The person in this role assists with and prepares confidential correspondence and documents; works to create and monitor meeting agendas and office workflows; maintains/monitors department website content; monitors/manages equipment, supply, and facility needs; hires, trains, and supervises student workers; assists with event communication and planning; provides special project support as needed.
Associate Director, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Swarthmore
Reporting to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), the Associate Director works collaboratively with the CAPS leadership team to manage the mental health service delivery of a fast-paced college counseling service. The Associate Director is an integral part of a multidisciplinary team of social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists and a robust trainee cohort (doctoral psychology interns, social work interns, postdoctoral fellows and postgraduate social work fellows). The ideal candidate will have experience and/or interest in developing responsive mental health services in an academically rigorous college setting and possess a nuanced understanding of the changing landscape of college mental health. Swarthmore College is a need-blind institution that attracts a diverse, socially-conscious, and academically motivated student body. As such, the Associate Director will bring a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens to all center activities. This is a senior management position.
Research Assistant in Neuronal Control of Behavior Swarthmore
The Biology department at Swarthmore College is soliciting applications for a Research Assistant in the field of Neuroethology under the supervision of Associate Prof. Eva-Maria Collins.
Environmental Technician Swarthmore
The Environmental Technician provides services to ensure a clean, sanitary, safe and environmentally healthy campus. This position reports directly to the Environmental Services (EVS) Team Lead and is expected to fulfill all job functions which requires special attention to detail and the ability to follow instructions through proper communication while working alone.
Research Assistant, Computational Neuroethology Swarthmore
The Biology department at Swarthmore College is soliciting applications for a Research Assistant in computational neuroethology under the supervision of Associate Prof. Eva-Maria Collins.
EVS Technician Part Time Temporary Swarthmore
The part time temporary EVS Technician reports to a shift supervisor and provides services to ensure a clean and environmentally healthy campus. Tasks performed include: daily trash removal, cleaning and disinfecting bathroom fixtures and furniture, dusting, vacuuming and cleaning both carpeted and non-carpeted floors and mats, maintaining bathroom paper and other supplies, and other duties as assigned. This position requires scheduling flexibility with the ability to report to work when called upon. Where possible a schedule will be provided in advance. Interested applicants must be able to provide direct contact information to assure availability. Applicants currently employed by other organizations will be considered based on ability to meet the flexibility requirements and on call procedures. At times this position will require additional hours per week, not exceeding 30 total, covering for full-time staff. Interested candidates must be available on weekends and holidays.
Post Doctoral Fellow, Neurobiology Swarthmore
The Biology department at Swarthmore College is searching for a highly motivated researcher with excellent communication skills who is passionate about both research and teaching. We study how the brain controls behavior during development and in response to environmental toxicants and drugs, using freshwater planarians as a model system. We combine molecular techniques such as RNAi, qPCR, Next-Gen sequencing and computational neuroethology to elucidate the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying specific behaviors. This is a great opportunity for a post-doctoral fellow with an interest in undergraduate teaching and future career at a Liberal Arts College.
Graduate Research Assistant Swarthmore
The Community, School, College Partnership (CSCP) Project at Swarthmore College is currently seeking one or two graduate-level students to serve as research assistants on the Cultivating Community Together Study (CCT) between February 2022 and June 2023. Under the direction of Dr. Edwin Mayorga, CCT is a qualitative and historical study of community and school partnerships in Philadelphia schools past and present. We are developing and using a queer, intersectional abolitionist framework to examine various models of community and school partnerships and the history of Black and other POC-led education movements in Philadelphia with the intention of strengthening the educational experiences for all students, families and educators in Philadelphia today, and into the future.
Associate Director, Individual Giving Swarthmore
The Associate Director of Individual Giving will be responsible for the identification, engagement, and solicitation of Swarthmore alumni, parents, and friends having the capacity to make outright, blended, and planned gifts (including documented estate commitments) of $100,000 or larger to the College. Utilizing a donor-centric, philanthropic planning approach, they will manage the College’s relationships with a portfolio of 60-80 major gift and gift planning prospects, traveling regularly and extensively in order to discharge these responsibilities. They will be responsible for initiating regional strategies that support identification and engagement of donor prospects and volunteers, and for building professional relationships within College Advancement, in the campus community, and in professional networks as appropriate.
Culinary Associate (Cook) Swarthmore
The Dining Services department is looking to hire two Culinary Associates to 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.

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