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Staff Counselor, Athletics Swarthmore
This position provides direct clinical services to primarily student athletes (including but not limited to triage, individual and group counseling, and crisis intervention), with some services provided to the broader student population. The position includes outreach programming, consultation, and professional training to student athletes, coaches, and staff on topics central to mental health needs, including NCAA and best practice guidelines. This position is embedded in the Athletics department and will split time between the Worth Health Center and the Athletics Offices. The Staff Counselor, Athletics is a full-time, exempt, benefits eligible, 9-month position. The expected schedule is working 35 hours per week from mid-August through mid-May.
Academic Support Coordinator Swarthmore
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry seeks an Academic Support Coordinator (ASC) to work collaboratively with students, faculty, and peer assistants to aid students’ success in our introductory and intermediate courses (general chemistry, two semesters of organic chemistry, and biochemistry). The main focus of the ASC will be to work with struggling students and empower them to succeed in their STEM courses and pursue STEM majors. The ASC will bring continuity in support of these students, working with them during their first two years in the Chemistry and Biochemistry curriculum, while they develop study skills, gain knowledge in the discipline, and gain confidence in their knowledge. It is our hope that the familiarity with the ASC will also increase the probability of students reaching out for help early in the semester, dramatically increasing their chances for success. The main responsibilities of the ASC will include attending lectures, assisting faculty with in-class activities, mentoring struggling students in one-on-one and small group settings, supporting students with disabilities, and hiring and managing peer assistants among other tasks. The presence of the ASC will make our introductory curriculum more accessible to students with a wide variety of preparation, allowing the department to achieve our goal of providing an inclusive chemistry and biochemistry curriculum. This is a full-time, limited term, 10-month position expected to work August through May with a 35 hour working week. This position is renewable on an annual basis, with a possibility of renewal based on departmental budget and satisfactory performance.
Research Compliance Manager Swarthmore
The Office of Research Integrity and Engagement invites applications for a part-time (17.5 hours per week), hybrid, benefits eligible,12-month position for a Research Compliance Manager. This position will report to the Director of the ORIE and support the office in process implementations and administration of research supported by the Institutional Review Board (IRB), the Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), and the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). In addition, the Research Compliance Manager may be asked to collaborate in development of educational resources and programs related to the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Conflicts of Interest (COI) and Exports Controls, contribute to maintenance of ORIE’s website, and participate in service work for the College.
Utility Associate Swarthmore
Provides timely and reliable cleaning and maintenance support for Swarthmore’s dining services. Scrubs, sanitizes and rinses pots, pan and utensils throughout the day to ensure cooks have constant availability of cooking vessels, Ensures the availability of a clean and sanitary supply of dishes, glassware, trays, throughout each meal period. Maintains and sanitizes the dish machine & pot area. 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.
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 $18.50 an hour.
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
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, or Commissary. 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. We have multiple full-time openings, including 9-month and 12-month opportunities*.
Per Diem Athletic Trainer for Club Sports Swarthmore
Provides preventive, rehabilitative, and emergency medical care to club sports teams. Provides on-site pre-practice and pre-event preparation for club sports teams. Approximately 2 to 3 hours per day, Monday through Friday, with some weekend coverage; September through December/February through May.
Assistant Provost, Administration Swarthmore
The Office of the Provost seeks a seasoned professional academic administrator to support the overall operations of the academic portfolio. Reporting to the senior associate provost, the Assistant Provost (AP) will support the general academic administrative and business operations of the office and broader portfolio overall. The incumbent leads initiatives with a high level of independence and is called upon to represent the interests of the Provost’s Office to key stakeholders across the College. They must be able to cultivate and maintain strong professional relationships and must take initiative and work independently while being a congenial member of the Provost’s Office team and the broader college community. The incumbent will deal regularly with highly sensitive situations and privileged, confidential subject matter, which requires excellent personal judgment and a keen sense of professional discretion. The AP has primary responsibility for 1) academic operational budgets and restricted funds, requiring a strong financial acumen, 2) leading and stewarding the effective business operations of the academic area, which requires understanding of data and systems, and 3) the management of space and resource allocation. Additional areas of responsibility and support may include the stewardship of academic personnel operations, faculty governance materials and committee support, among other areas.
Staff Counselor Swarthmore
The Staff Counselor position provides direct clinical services to students (including but not limited to: triage, individual and group counseling, and crisis intervention), outreach programming and professional training to the Swarthmore College community on a variety of mental health topics, clinical training to practicum students and interns as needed, and consultations to faculty and staff regarding college student mental health.
System & Network Administrator Swarthmore
The System and Network Administrator will be the primary contact for technical support; equipment maintenance, planning, and purchasing; security updates, and training for faculty and students on the use of the CS network.
Wellness Initiative Coordinator Swarthmore
The Wellness Initiative Coordinator is a part-time, non-exempt, non-benefits eligible, 10-month position. The expected schedule is working August through May, at 14 hours per week. This position will assist with the coordination and implementation of Swarthmore College’s health promotion and education programs. This position will introduce campus partners to the college’s Be Well initiative and further shift the culture of holistic well-being at Swarthmore College. This position will coordinate campus events and promote the connection between departmental programs and Be Well. As a member of the collaborative Student Health and Wellness team, and more specifically, the wellness education team, this position will also support educational programming to the college-aged population in areas encompassed by the Eight Dimensions of Wellness. The educational focus areas will be driven by thoughtful strategy and regular assessment and analysis reports.
School Liaison & Outreach Coordinator Swarthmore
The Department of Educational Studies at Swarthmore College invites applications for a part-time, benefits eligible, 11 month (30 hours per week) appointment as the School Liaison and Outreach Coordinator with expectations to work between the months of August and June. This position supports the department in coordinating outreach and initiatives between the department and area schools, districts, and the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Primary responsibilities include 1) organizing and facilitating field placements for Educational Studies courses (about 100 students/semester) and supervision for those placements that require supervision; 2) coordinating student teaching placements; 3) supporting the department in meeting PA state educational regulations; and 4) working with our Teachers as Scholars program.
Assistant Director of Athletics, Compliance and Diversity & Inclusion Swarthmore
The Department of Physical Education & Athletics is a member of the NCAA Division III and the Centennial Conference and actively seeks and welcomes applications from candidates with exceptional qualifications, particularly those with demonstrable commitments to a more inclusive society and world. The Department of Physical Education & Athletics actively seeks and welcomes applications from candidates with exceptional qualifications, particularly those with demonstrable commitments to a more inclusive society and world. Swarthmore College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and members of minoritized groups are encouraged to apply.
Community Resource Officer Patrol/Communications Swarthmore
The Department of Public Safety is currently accepting applications for the position of Community Resource Officer (CRO) Patrol/Communication. The CRO Patrol/Communication is essential to the success of our community caretaking model and community engagement role. They are 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. Performs other duties as assigned.
Assistant Director, Financial Aid Swarthmore
The Assistant Director of Financial Aid reports to the Director of Financial Aid. The Financial Aid Office consists of seven (7) full-time professional staff, including the Director of Financial Aid. The Financial Aid Office is recruiting in advance of the planned retirement of a team member at the end of the calendar year. The anticipated start date of this role is September 2, 2024, prior to this staff member’s retirement, to allow for an overlapping training period for this new hire.
Gardener I/II Swarthmore
Provides horticultural support for the care and maintenance of the plant collections, gardens and landscaped areas of the Scott Arboretum and the entire Swarthmore College campus and properties owned by the College. Tasks performed include general gardening duties and plant collections maintenance; assisting in the maintenance of the Crum Woods and faculty/staff housing properties; program assistance for Scott Arboretum educational programs and volunteer education; co-supervising Gardener I staff members, volunteers, student workers and summer interns; providing assistance for College events; performing maintenance to keep the campus exteriors safe; providing assistance during weather emergencies, for snow and ice during winter storms and for other grounds keeping duties; provides educational tours for Arboretum visitors.
On Call Public Safety Communications Officer Swarthmore
The On-Call Public Safety Communication Officer (PSCO) is a key role in Department's responsibility for the safety and well-being of Swarthmore College students, campus property, community members, and visitors. The Communication Officer will be responsible for courteous and active engagement with the community, through effective communication verbally and in writing. As a Communication Officer, you are the first contact for internal and external interactions and incidents involving the College and provide a service for routine and emergency calls to the College. You will receive initial information and take appropriate action to resolve or address the situation. You will manage the functions of the communication center as well as respond to radio transmissions and in person requests for assistance. You will also need to be able to have clear communication, verbally and written, for making reports on incidents and investigations. In this role, the primary duties of the PSCO are to assure continuity of practices and effective communication service to/for the Swarthmore College Department of Public Safety Communications Center (SCDPSCC), the College community, and local law enforcement agencies. This position requires a high degree of community engagement, cultural competency, and ability to navigate complex protocols for effective decision making based upon Department and College guidelines. The ability to provide clear communication, often under pressure, in a multifaceted communication center and navigate a variety of technology. Personnel in this position are considered “essential” in that they support a 24 hour, 7 day per week communication center operation.
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.
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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