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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.
Math Coach - Summer Swarthmore
Founded in 1994 by Dr. John Alston, the Chester Children's Chorus (CCC) provides rigorous music education to Chester, Pennsylvania students (grades 3-12). All CCC students are invited to attend the six-week CCC Summer Learning Program on the Swarthmore College campus. Students participate in daily choral music instruction, dance, art, academic and physical education classes. The Chester Children’s Chorus seeks Math Coaches for its 2022 Summer Learning Program, which runs from Monday, June 20 through Tuesday, July 26. Math Coaches work with the Lead Math Teacher to support classroom math instruction for chorus members, grades 3-5; and one-on-one Math Coaching for chorus members, grades 6-12. Math classes and one-on-one coaching take place daily, Monday through Thursday, throughout the Summer Learning Program. Math Coaches report to the Lead Math Teacher.
Swim Program Coordinator Swarthmore
The Chester Children’s Chorus seeks a Swim Program Coordinator for its 2022 Summer Learning Program, which runs from Monday, June 20 through Tuesday, July 26, 2022. The Swim Program Coordinator coordinates volunteers, employees and schedules with CCC students in grades 3-5. During camp, the coordinator ensures proper groupings of swimmers based on ability.
Lifeguards CCC Summer Swarthmore
The Chester Children’s Chorus seeks Lifeguards for its 2022 Summer Learning Program, which runs from Monday, June 20 through Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Lifeguards are needed to ensure the safety of children participating in swim lessons at Ware Pool, located on the Swarthmore College campus. Primary responsibilities include maintaining organization and safety in the water, and on the pool deck.
Swim Instructor Swarthmore
The Chester Children’s Chorus seeks Swim Instructors for its 2022 Summer Learning Program, which runs from Monday, June 20 through Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Students participate in daily choral music instruction, dance, art, academic and physical education classes. Swim instructors report directly to the Swim Coordinator, with added support from program staff. Instructors work with students in grades 3-5 on Monday through Thursday afternoons from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Admissions Counselor (2 Positions; 1 Limited Term) Swarthmore
Admissions Counselors at Swarthmore manage a domestic (and sometimes international) territory, consisting of prospective students and their high schools, community-based organizations, independent college consultants, families, and other advisors. Counselors recruit, admit, and enroll students, alongside other admissions professionals, by promoting the College at high school visits, college fairs, college access organization meetings, and on-campus and off-campus recruiting events. They travel on behalf of the College, recruit students virtually, plan yield events, and collaborate with Swarthmore's faculty, staff, and current students. In addition, they read student applications, make decisions in concert with other team members, and participate in the Admissions Committee as a voting member. Counselors also contribute to a number of other initiatives, such as communications, tour guide management, data analysis, selection, recruitment, and access/diversity programming.
IT Systems Analyst/Developer Swarthmore
The IT Systems Analyst/Developer provides expertise regarding the application programs and systems supporting the administrative operations of the college including, but not limited to, Admissions, the Registrar, Finance, the Dean's Office, Housing, Advancement, Accounts Receivable, Financial Aid, Human Resources, Public Safety, the Provost’s office, and Institutional Research. Responsible for the successful resolution of complex and non-routine technical support questions escalated from staff in administrative offices and other ITS staff. Bring awareness of cross-departmental requirements; assess and communicate the impact that decisions made for one department may have on another, or on the College as a whole.
Technical Director/Production Manager Swarthmore
The Department of Theater is seeking a full-time, 9-month, Production Manager/Technical Director to join a close-knit, collaborative, student-centered department that serves 4-12 majors a year. The curriculum is built around a rigorous liberal arts education in combination with a practical exploration of performance that emphasizes experimentation and collaboration. The Department values engagement with both scripted and devised work, and seeks to involve students in all aspects of production.
Cooking Teacher - Summer Swarthmore
The Chester Children’s Chorus seeks a Cooking Teacher for its 2022 Summer Learning Program, which runs from Monday, June 20 through Tuesday, July 26. The Cooking Teacher will teach two sections of middle and high school students for an elective class, and will need to be on-site from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The Cooking Teacher reports to the Managing and Education Director with added support from program staff.
Upper School Coordinator - Summer Swarthmore
The Chester Children’s Chorus seeks an Upper School Program Coordinator for its 2022 Summer Learning Program, which runs from Monday, June 20 through Tuesday, July 26, 2022. The Upper School Program Coordinator serves as the manager of the festival and concert choirs (grades 6-12). The coordinator reports to the Managing and Education Director with added support from program staff.
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. Excellent communication skills are a must, and familiarity with website management, graphic design, office software, and basic production tools is highly desirable.
Associate Director, Alumni & Family Programs Swarthmore
The Associate Director, Alumni & Family Programs is responsible for advancing the mission of Swarthmore College by supporting the programmatic aspects of alumni and family engagement. The Associate Director is charged with working to actively involve alumni and families in the life of the college and develop mutually beneficial relationships between the College and its constituents. The Associate Director Works closely with the Senior Director and Director of Alumni & Parent Engagement to develop and implement strategic programmatic and engagement opportunities for alumni and parents.
Associate Director, Public Safety - Operations Swarthmore
Reporting to the Swarthmore College Director of the Department of Public Safety, (DPS or the Department) the Associate Director of Public Safety for Operations (AD) oversees the daily operations and manages the overall functioning of a premier department of public safety professionals who are dedicated to protecting the safety and security of 3,000 students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the College campus. The role of the AD is to, along with all department personnel, carry out the Department’s mission to work in partnership with the Swarthmore College community to provide a safe and secure learning, living, and working environment. The Department endeavors to foster an atmosphere in which officers provide a prompt, professional presence in order to remain aware of and responsive to the diverse community in which they serve, while ensuring individual and group accountability adherence to the rules and regulations of the College and the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Director, Residential Communities Swarthmore
Reporting to the Associate Dean and Director of Student Engagement, the Director of Residential Communities (DRC) is a full-time, exempt position responsible for the leadership and direction of the College’s residential experience. The DRC, in close partnership with the Director of Student Activities, oversees a team of four full-time area coordinators, two graduate assistants and over 50 student paraprofessional staff. The Director oversees residential community initiatives that promote and support student learning and development, academic success, community engagement, leadership development, and inclusive excellence.
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.
Director, Swarthmore College Libraries Swarthmore
Swarthmore College, a close-knit, deliberative community of intellectually driven students and a faculty whose scholarly attainments make it pre-eminent among national liberal arts colleges, seeks a new Director of its Libraries. The new Director will participate in strategic planning that, among other initiatives, will make the renewal of Swarthmore’s main McCabe Library a top institutional priority. The incoming Director will have a rare professional opportunity: to manage the realization of McCabe’s next architectural incarnation based on conceptual planning now nearing its conclusion. McCabe’s renewed and expanded physical plant will anticipate the needs—and comforts—of its twenty-first century users, while also providing state-of-the-art conservation for the College’s existing collections and the flexibility to accommodate various forms of media that may emerge over the next half-century, as well as changing modes of library-centered pedagogy and undergraduate study. It will also integrate existing programming that is now spread over campus, and for which the library staff has partnered including a Teaching and Learning Commons, a Writing Center, and likely an art gallery and art storage. The renewal of McCabe will also create a greener footprint that fulfills Swarthmore’s sustainability commitments.
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.
Assistant Vice President, Alumni and Family Programs Swarthmore
The Assistant Vice President for Alumni and Family Programs is an accomplished advancement professional whose primary responsibilities are maximizing giving to the Swarthmore College (annual) Fund and leading programming that facilitates and celebrates the close connection of Swarthmore alumni, families, and friends to the College and community. A major goal of this position is developing high levels of participation among Swarthmore’s constituencies and fostering events, programs, and volunteer opportunities that inspire Swarthmore’s varied and diverse communities to give back and celebrate the College. Reporting to the Vice President for Advancement, the Assistant VP is a powerful ambassador for Swarthmore College and its values and mission. They staff and engage the Alumni Council and support other volunteers, including those on the Board of Managers in shaping the future vision and strategic direction for alumni and constituent programs.
Events Manager/Coordinator Swarthmore
The Events Management department oversees the efficient and sustainable use of College multi-purpose venues, classrooms and outdoor spaces to ensure the success of events on campus and to support the broader mission of the College.
Climate Action Manager Swarthmore
The Climate Action Manager will report to the Director of Sustainability and under general supervision will lead climate protection activities across the institution and in partnership with other organizations. This includes managing the College’s award-winning Carbon Charge program, leading projects to increase renewable energy and decrease carbon emissions associated with the College, developing strategies to address greenhouse gas emissions, and overseeing outreach and engagement efforts with the campus community and other groups.

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