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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.
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 hall. Assist with recruiting, hiring, scheduling, evaluating and training all front of house staff. Provide to the dining program outstanding customer service. Assisting with the development of hourly staff schedules. Be the main point of contact for the front of the house operations when the residential Manager is not on site. Be sure proper inventory is maintained at all times in order that the lines are outfitted correctly. Provide the leadership and coaching and training necessary for all staff members. Work with students who have documented food allergens to ensure they have access to nutritional foods related to their food allergies or intolerance. Work in partnership with the Executive Chef on dessert ideas and implementation for the Daily Kneads platform. 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 intolerance and allergies.
Assistant Residential Manager (Sharples) Swarthmore
The Assistant Residential Manager (Sharples) oversees the planning and managing all service, production, and personnel of the dining hall. Assisting in developing new recipes and in researching trends. Responsible for hiring, scheduling, evaluating and training all staff. Provide to the dining program outstanding customer service. Duties include proper accounting of sales, cash handling, meal plans, and marketing, training, and maintaining safety practices. Tracks labor costs for the unit. Maintains weekly scheduling of staff. Monitors that all equipment in the front of the house is working properly. Schedules preventive maintenance of front of the house equipment.
Study Abroad Assistant (LT) Swarthmore
The study abroad assistant provides support to the work of the Swarthmore Off-Campus Study office. This is a one year, limited term non-exempt position with a targeted start date of August 1, 2022 and an anticipated end date of July 31, 2023.
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.
Gardener I/II Swarthmore
The Grounds Department of Swarthmore College is seeking one Gardener who based on qualifications will be hired into either a level I or level II position. The Gardner (I/II) provides timely and reliable support for the maintenance of the Scott Arboretum’s plant collections and landscaped areas, and performs other campus grounds keeping duties to maintain and keep safe the paths, roads, turf areas, fields, and additional properties of the College. Tasks performed include: maintaining plant collections and garden areas by performing timely planting, weeding, mulching, and other horticultural duties; maintaining safety and aesthetic aspects of the campus, including trash, leaf and snow removal, and other grounds keeping duties; operating hand and power gardening tools and equipment safely and proficiently.
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.
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.
Classroom & Conferencing Technologist Swarthmore
Reporting to the Classroom and Conferencing Technologies Director in ITS, classroom and conferencing technologists work in a highly collaborative environment to ensure that faculty, staff, and students have access to technologically superb learning, conferencing and seminar spaces, digital media production resources, and presentation support. They also administer web conferencing and lecture capture platforms and all associated equipment. The technologists’ work is often fast-paced and supports mission critical curricular and business functions at every level of the organization. Supervises work of student employees and contractors. Periodically manages cross-functional project teams of ITS peers.
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.
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.
Part-Time Sales Associate Swarthmore
The Sales Associate provides reliable and independent assistance in maintaining and selling course materials, supplies, and other merchandise that directly affect the educational experience of students and the relationship experience with the community. This is a part-time position, up to 20 hours per week, not benefits eligible.
Associate Director, Campus and Community Store Swarthmore
The Associate Director assists the Director with daily operation of the Store by processing information and paperwork for the Swarthmore Campus and Community Store (Store). Maintains successful operation of the text and trade book departments. Works with the Director to make managerial decisions necessary for a successful operation of the Store. Oversees the system management for the Point of Sale System including the overall implementation and use of the Store’s point of sale system, and supports use of E-Commerce system. Provides outstanding customer service offering sales, product, and reference assistance to customers. Runs cash registers and bank card processing machines as needed. Checks textbook delegated emails daily to ensure students' questions and issues are resolved. Assists with special events on or off premises, including use of mobile registers.
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.
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.

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