Work study

The Work Study program at Norwich provides jobs for students who have financial need, allowing them to earn money during the school year to help pay for their expenses. Jobs are available at most offices on campus and a few off-campus sites as well. The Work Study program allows students a variety of options and the ability to pursue an area of personal interest or one that is specific to the student’s career goals.

For more information, students can call or email Pam Goodwin, ext. 2827, or visit the Financial Planning Office in Jackman 303.

Work Study job opportunities

Academic Schools

College of Liberal Arts

Dept. of English & Communications

Office Assistant

General office work (answer phone, filing, photocopying, assisting faculty) and pickup/deliver mail
Student must be reliable and responsible and have basic computer skills. Will train to use copier and get mail.
Isabel Nielsen, inielsen@norwich.edu, x2455 or x2411
Communications Building (south end of campus, near Kreitzberg Library)
1 (preferably three mornings a week; hours negotiable)

Photographer/Photo Editor

Supervising photography for The Guidon newspaper, web site and Facebook page; shooting digital photos and using Photoshop to edit photos.
Knowledge of photography and Photoshop software helpful; will also train.
Prof. Andrew Nemethy, anemethy@norwich.edu, Communications 103
Varies

Advertising Director

Solicit and bill advertising for The Guidon.
Will train.
Prof. Andrew Nemethy, anemethy@norwich.edu, Communications 103
Communication Bldg.
Varies

Guidon Layout and Design

Design and produce The Guidon newspaper using Adobe inDesign 6 software.
inDesign or layout experience helpful; will train;
Prof. Andrew Nemethy, anemethy@norwich.edu, Communications 103
Communication Bldg.
Open

Copy Editors for The Guidon

Edit student stories for The Guidon newspaper and web site.
Proficient with English and grammar.
Prof. Andrew Nemethy, anemethy@norwich.edu, Communications 103
Communication Bldg. and online
Open

Audio-Visual Assistant

Show film as specified by department members. Maintain audio and visual equipment, organize department audio and visual holding, report equipment malfunctions to department chair.
Ability to follow established routine, faithfulness in checking posted work orders, responsible, punctuality, dependability, and honesty.
Jonathan Walters, ext. 2420
Webb Hall
2

Dept. of Modern Languages

Research/Media Assistant

Assist professor with various research and service-learning endeavors; includes work with computer graphics (Adobe Photoshop) and PowerPoint, Internet data gathering and organization of materials, making phone contact, video and audio recording.
Good communication, a/v, and computer skills, good knowledge of English, good with people, reliability, positive work ethic. Students currently enrolled in FR025 or above are encouraged to apply but such enrollment is not a prerequisite for the position. Some knowledge of French a plus.
Prof. Fran Chevalier, ext. 2430
Webb Hall, room 204
1

Office Assistant

Photocopying, filing and filing management, assisting professors of French with gathering and organizing materials (visual and audio) for the French Club, cultural and special class presentations and visitors
Good organizational and computer skills, good level of English language, good with people and dependable, knowledge of French is a plus. Students currently enrolled in FR205 or above are encouraged to apply but such enrollment is not a prerequisite for the position.
Prof. Fran Chevalier, ext. 2430
Webb Hall, room 204
1

Administrative Assistant

General office duties, scanning, website assistance.
Dependable, attention to detail.
Prof. Fran Chevalier, ext. 2430
Webb Hall, room 204
4 (one in each language program)

Office Media/Assistant

Will help with Monday noon – German film screenings, posting announcements for the films and other German program related events. Maintain the German bulletin board on the second floor of Webb Hall. Do occasional library and/or internet research jobs and some photocopying.
A current student enrolled in GR205 or higher preferred.
Professor David Ward – ext. 2419
Ainsworth Hall, room 308

School of Justice Studies & Sociology

Office Assistant/Research Assistant

General office work (data input, filing, updating display boards); may include library and internet research for faculty and/or program director. Assist at special events such as the CSI Symposium.
Student must be reliable and responsible and have basic computer skills. Criminal justice majors and students with an interest in Criminal Justice are encouraged to apply.
Isabel Nielsen, inielsen@norwich.edu, x2455 or x2411
Webb Hall, room 012 and Ainsworth faculty offices
5

College of Professional Schools

School of Architecture + Art

First priority:

Administrative Assistant

Assisting school secretary with answering phones, filing, mailing, typing, printing/photocopying, etc.
Good communication skills, good knowledge of written English, good with people.
Betty Irons, ext 2620
Chaplin Hall
Varies

Technician Assistant

Working in computer labs assisting students.
Good knowledge of computer, CAD programs and image manipulation.
Tolya Stonorov, ext. 2628
Chaplin Hall
Varies

Technician Assistant

Working in Woodshop
Some experience and knowledge of hand toools and power equipment.
Angelo Arnold, ext. 2597
Chaplin Hall
Varies

Administrative Assistant

Assisting Program Director with various administrative functions.
Good communication skills, good knowledge of written English, good with people.
Danny Sagan, ext. 2882
Chaplin Hall
Varies

Second priority:

Administrative Assistant

Assisting School Director with various administrative functions.
Good communication skills, good knowledge of written English, good with people.
Cara Armstrong, ext. 2647
Chaplin Hall
Varies

Lecture Series Assistant

Assisting the Lecture Series Coordinator with lectures and publicity.
Good graphic skills (for poster design) and good audiovisual skills.
Tim Parkere, ext. 2629
Chaplin Hall
Varies

Exhibit Series Assistant

Assisting the Exhibit Series Coordinator with installations and publicity.
Good knowledge of graphic design and composition.
Jason Galligan-Baldwin, ext. 2954
Chaplin Hall
Varies

Third priority:

Research Assistant

Assist faculty with various research endeavors.
Good communication skills, good knowledge of written English, good with people.
Note that these positions will only be offered once all of the above positions listed are filled up.

Cara Armstrong, ext. 2647
Chaplin Hall
Varies

School of Business and Management

Office Assistant

Filing, photocopying, clerical work.
To do odd jobs for the office, mail delivery and pick up, phone other office duties, errand for the professors, copying, etc.
Judy Wright, ext. 2210
Dewey Hall, room 105
4

David Crawford School of Engineering

Office Assistant

Assist with special projects, answering phones, pick up and drop off mail, stock, etc.
Dependable, promptness.
Jane Lane, ext. 2256
Partridge Hall, Room 120
2

Laboratory Assistant

Prepare specimens for laboratory testing, set up and take down equipment and furnishings, clean labs.
Dependability, promptness, mechanical ability and willingness to learn.
Tim Vilbrin, ext. 2277
Partridge Hall
Multiple

School of Nursing

Office/Simulation Lab Assistant

Nursing or Non-Nursing Major. Assist with special projects of office and simulation lab.
Good communication and ability to maintain lab equipment and assist with special projects.
Bartoletto Hall, Room 063, x2600
Bartoletto Hall, Rooms 063 & 041
1-2, total of 20 hours per week.

Nursing Simulation Lab Assistant

Theater or Foreign Language Major/Minor. Work in Nursing Simulation Mondays & Fridays, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. or portion thereof. Exciting and fun with considerable exposure to state of the art simulation technology.
Foreign Language or theater skills to fill the role of family member, hospital worker, etc. in clinically based scenarios.
Bartoletto Hall, Room 063, x2600
Bartoletto Hall, Rooms 063 & 041
1-2, total of 20 hours per week.

College of Science & Mathematics

Biology & Physical Education

Office Assistant

Data entry, filing, help with self-study preparation.
Will train.
Todd Neuharth, ext. 2231
Andrews Hall, Room 207
1-2; total of ten hours of work per week

Miscellaneous

Greenhouse, animal room, inventory, general lab preparation and clean up.
Tamara Jones, ext. 2348, tjones@norwich.edu

Geology & Envronmental Science

Geology Laboratory Technician

General laboratory work maintaining equipment and collections. Approximately 10 hours per week – hours some what flexible.
Good laboratory technique, somewhat mechanically inclined and capable of working efficiently in an independent setting.
Prof. David S. Westerman, ext. 2337
Geology/Environmental Science area: Cabot Annex

Geology Collections Assistant

Cataloguing, organizing and maintaining collections. Approximately ten hours per week – hours are somewhat flexible.
Reliable worker with good organizational skills who is able to work with computers and is capable of working efficiently in an independent setting.
Prof. David S. Westerman, ext. 2337
Geology/Environmental Science area: Cabot Annex

Physics

Physics Lab Assistant

Setting up equipment for University Physics weekly labs.
Mechanical aptitude, reliability & thoroughness.
Robert Stockett, ext.2309, rstocket@norwich.edu
U171
One; hours dependent upon availability on Friday afternoons.

Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine Office Assistant

Filing, photocopying, clerical work.
Do odd jobs for the office, mail delivery and pickup, run errands for the faculty, office duties (copying, data entry, filing, inventory, etc.
Jim Murdock, ext. 2747
Bartoletto Hall, room 52
2

College of Graduate and Continuing Studies

Website/Marketing Assistant

Assist the CGCS marketing department with cataloguing marketing photos and videos for use on online.norwich.edu Website, banner ads, and marketing collateral in an inventory system. Gain experience working with professionally taken imagery and videography. Includes work with Microsoft Excel; may include work with Adobe Photoshop for photo editing.
Strong attention to detail; good organizational and computer skills; ability to work independently.
Sarah Gagne, ext. 3306, sgagne@norwich.edu
College of Graduate and Continuing Studies, Wall Street.
1

Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice Degree Completion Program

Research Assistant

Assist Director with various research endeavors.
Good communication skills, good knowledge of English, good with people, adept at internet searches, able to work at Depot Square Armory
Barbara Crowson, ext. 2727, bcrowson@norwich.edu

Academic Support

Academic Achievement Center

AAC Student Receptionist

The AAC Student Receptionists staff the AAC office Monday through Thursday evenings from 5 to 10 p.m., and from 12 to 1 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. They help serve NU Students seeking academic support by answering the phone, making appointments, and otherwise providing administrative assistance to the Academic Achievement Center.
Applicants must be responsible Norwich students who are caring, mature, professional, and possess excellent communication and organizational skills. Upper class standing preferred and work-study eligibility required.
Ted Ingham, Director, ext. 2131.
Academic Achievement Center, 4th Floor Kreitzberg Library.
2-5 students divide the hours according to their availability.

AAC Peer Tutors

AAC Peer Tutors provide tutoring in specific courses for individual or small groups of Norwich students who wish to excel, or who are struggling to succeed. Peer tutors reinforce their own knowledge, develop crucial teaching skills, and build their resumés while providing a valuable, much-needed service which contributes to the learning community at Norwich. Peer tutors can set their own schedules and determine how many hours per week they wish to work. They receive (paid) training and can achieve professional certification through the program’s membership in the College Reading and Learning Association.
Applicants must be Norwich students with an overall GPA of at least 2.5, and grades of “B” or higher in the courses they wish to tutor. Applicants must be interested in helping their peers become better students; be responsible and organized; have excelled in the course or courses they wish to tutor; and be recommended by the Norwich professor(s) who taught those course(s). Upper class standing preferred, but not required.
Nikki Matheson, Peer Tutor Coordinator, ext. 3373.
Academic Achievement Center, 4th Floor Kreitzberg Library.
Positions are determined by student need, but usually range from 30 to 40. All interested students are encouraged to apply.

Kreitzberg Library

Circulation Assistant

The Circulation Assistant will perform basic library functions like checking in and out items, distributing ILL items, and reshelving materials. Also, the CA will answer the phone, perform shelf reading/maintenance, and other various tasks assigned to him or her.
Good communication skills; must like to work with numbers and with the public; must be flexible and reliable.
Thomas Blood, ext. 2176
Kreitzberg Library
20-30

Sullivan Museum and History Center

Museum Front Desk Assistant

Enjoy greeting people and be a general purpose helper. We are seeking work study students who have an interest in American history and are amiable, engaging, and friendly.
Might include greeting guests / front desk museum store sales; providing general information about the museum, the exhibitions, as well as, directing visitors to other campus buildings; helping to ensure the security and preservation of museum objects; assisting with event set ups; assisting with general clerical duties.
Museum Staff, ext. 2183
Sullivan Museum and History Center
3-5

Museum Technician

Enjoy handling unique, rare one-of-a kind items. Does creative design, neat history and viewing a treasure trove of historical films sound more like a break from work than “work”? Then the Sullivan Museum and History Center is your place to engage your talents. We are seeking eligible work study students who have an interest in American history and/or design. The work study student should be able to work independently, have skills in organization, crafts, or design, be detail oriented, and must be able to lift objects over 30 lbs. Making mounts for antique swords, cataloging extraordinary items of Norwich history, and assisting with exhibit design are only a few of the things museum technicians can expect to experience on a regular basis.
Might include: assisting with exhibition needs and event set ups; assisting with collection storage projects; assisting with general clerical duties.
Museum Staff, ext. 2183
Sullivan Museum and History Center
2

Administrative Offices

International Center

International Center Assistant

The International Center has multiple positions for International Center assistants for the 2015-2016 academic year! We are looking for students who are responsible and mature individuals who are interested in serving as the initial point of contact for the International Center and are comfortable working with people from diverse backgrounds. The ideal candidate is resourceful and shows initiative while working independently with limited supervision.
Current Positions Include:
Social Media Assistant: Student will be responsible for posting photos, articles and information about upcoming events on the International Center’s social media accounts. This position is ideal for a student interested in business, marketing or communications who is detail oriented.
Education Abroad Assistant: Student will be responsible for assisting the Senior Coordinator for Education Abroad with Education Abroad 101 sessions, Studio Abroad accounts and other tasks as assigned. This position is ideal for a student who has studied abroad or who is interested in studying abroad.
Programming Office Assistant: Student will be responsible for assisting with the International Conversation Hour Tuesday afternoons as well as preparations for upcoming international programming. This position is ideal for a student is detail oriented and is familiar with Photoshop, Publisher, and the online programs EventBrite and Survey Monkey.
International Photographer: Student will be responsible for taking photos for usage by the office at events on-campus including official Norwich events and cultural events and maintaining a catalogue of photos for marketing and social media purposes. The position is ideal for a student who enjoys photography and is familiar with Photoshop.
Community Engagement Assistant: Student will be responsible for working directly with student presenters for the Passport to the World program through the Bridges Program. Duties will include recruiting student presenters, coordinating the orientation, preparing materials for the presentations and providing transportation to/from the site. To be eligible for this position applicant must be 20 years of age, have had a valid driver’s license for at least 2 years, a clean driving record and be available Wednesdays from 1400 – 1730. The position is ideal for a student who is interested in education, different cultures or enjoys working with children.
Assistant Office Manager: Student will be responsible for maintaining the office’s professional appearance, supervising other student workers, managing office supplies and assisting with the organization of special events. The position is ideal for a student with proven leadership skills and who is detail oriented.
In addition to the specific tasks for each position the student worker will also work at the front desk and provide a welcoming and friendly face for students and visitors. The student will answer the main office phone, make photocopies, file documents, and do other tasks as assigned.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills required; experience working with people from diverse backgrounds a plus. Students must have basic computer skills and a positive work ethic. Preference will be given to students interested in/having studying abroad and/or in learning about other cultures.
Mindy Ward x2582
International Center (Plumley Armory 305)
6 open positions

Events Driving Assistant

The International Center is looking for students who are responsible and mature individuals who are interested in serving as the initial point of contact for the International Center and are comfortable working with people from diverse backgrounds. The ideal candidate is resourceful and shows initiative while working independently with limited supervision.
Student will be responsible to drive for scheduled events and activities coordinated by the International Center including a bi-weekly shuttle to Montpelier on Tuesday afternoons.
In addition to driving duties the student will also work at the reception desk in the International Center where s/he will provide a welcoming and friendly face for students and visitors. The student will answer the main office phone, make photo copies, file documents and do other tasks as assigned.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills required; experience working with people from diverse backgrounds a plus. Students must have basic computer skills and a positive work ethic. Student must be 20 years of age, have had a valid driver’s license for at least 2 years, a clean driving record and be available Tuesday afternoons.
Mindy Ward x2582
International Center (Plumley Armory 305)
1 open position

Admissions

Admissions Assistant

Work directly with Associate Director of Admissions to help with various projects, data entry, mailings, phone calls and other duties as assigned.
Must be dependable, have good telephone skills, fast learner, ability to multi-task, and have a pleasant and outgoing personality. Federal work study eligible preferred.
Tim Reardon, ext. 2665, reardont@norwich.edu
Admissions, Roberts Hall
1

Admissions Production Assistant

Work directly with the Production Coordinator to help with various projects, mailings and other duties as assigned.
Must be dependable, fast learner, with good attention to detail. Federal work study eligible preferred.
Nishan Grout, ext. 2047, ngrout@norwich.edu
Admissions, Roberts Hall
Multiple

Office Assistant

Work directly for Director of Recruitment & Production, assisting with LEW’s, FLC, Drill Camp, data entry, and mailings.
Must be dependable, able to multi-task and have experience with letter merge, Excel and Microsoft Word. Federal work study eligible preferred.
Christa Lewandowski, ext. 2531
Admissions, Roberts Hall

Student Call Center

We are looking for enthusiastic, excited and friendly students to help the university grow. This center will be responsible for contacting high school students to gauge their interest in Norwich, inform them of upcoming campus activities and encourage them to apply to Norwich. The center will operate Monday-Thursday evenings from 4-8 p.m.; some weekend hours will also be required throughout the academic year. Employees must be able to commit to at least three nights per week.
Have experience dealing with the public; can speak clearly and effectively; can record data accurately and efficiently; experienced in Microsoft Excel; can “sell” their Norwich experience to high school students.
Tim Reardon, ext. 2665, reardont@norwich.edu
Admissions, Roberts Hall
15

Career Development

Office Assistant

Assist Career Development Center with planning and logistics for events such as Career Fairs. Assist with administrative and general office needs such as word processing, filing, organizing, event welcome and registration, mail delivery, etc. Meet and interact with spirited alumni, employers, and friends of Norwich. Work in an excellent environment with professional staff. Some of the work you will be doing includes designing and displaying marketing posters, calling other Norwich students, labeling, filing, updating information, and working on special projects as necessary.
Loyal, reliable, and well organized, MS Office skills, ability to work independently. Dependability.
Sherry Campbell, ext. 2125, careers@norwich.edu
Wise Campus Center
1-2

Peer Counselor Position

Are you looking to gain some experience in teaching and counseling? The Career Center is looking for two peer counselors to assist with resume and cover letter reviews, job search, Career Compass (resume builder and job search tool), LinkedIn overview/profile review, website overview, and interview prep/questions.
This position is open to all class years and all majors and must have work study.
If you are interested in this position please submit a resume, cover letter, and references to moliver@norwich.edu by August 25th for consideration. For any questions please contact Meghan Oliver at the email above.

Office of Development/Advancement & Gift Services

Office Assistant

The Office of Advancement and Gift Services supports Norwich University by managing its philanthropic donor database as well as records for all of its alumni. This work-study position will assist with all types of data entry using a popular nonprofit fundraising database system known as Blackbaud’s The Raiser’s Edge. S/he will perform general office duties such as filing, data entry, and research as assigned, as well as assist with other projects and events as needed. This assistant may work with other development staff on various projects, as needed.
Applicants must have experience in the Microsoft Office software and ability to utilize a database for recording and retrieving data. Good communication skills and ability to work independently and as part of a team are important. This person must have a strong commitment to the confidential nature and ethics of working in a development office. We are looking for someone who is personable, self-motivating, and dependable, with good attention to detail. An interest in data management and knowledge of Blackbaud’s The Raiser’s Edge is extremely helpful but not required.
Hours: This assistant may choose hours between 9am and 4pm on weekdays, and we ask that hours are consistent for the semester.
Carol Flint, Associate Director of Advancement and Gift Services at x2334 or cflint1@norwich.edu
Jackman Hall, Room 415 (fourth floor)
1

Class Relations

Administrative Assistant

Assist Class Relations Office with planning and logistics for student and alumni events such as Senior Pub Kickoff, Junior Ring and Homecoming. Gain experience creating brochures, mailers and flyers. Perform general office duties such as filing, word processing, copying and research. Maintain database of programs available and correspondence with NU students. Flexible hours with occasional nights and weekends.
Outgoing, self-motivated, dependable, detail-oriented, knowledge of Microsoft Office 2007 and Adobe Indesign a plus, interest in event planning.
Hillary Davis, ext. 2674, davish@norwich.edu
Jackman Hall, 4th floor
1

Bicentennial Events

Bicentennial Assistant

Assist Bicentennial staff with event logistics and campus engagement. Responsibilities may include brainstorming initiatives to engage the campus community, helping to promote/execute events and programs on campus. Also assisting with preparing and packing event boxes, invitations and other mailings, and data entry of event attendance.
The ideal candidate will be motivated and outgoing, dependable and detail-oriented. This is a great opportunity for someone who is creative, people-oriented, and interested in gaining experience in event planning and execution. Flexible hours with occasional nights and weekends.
Danielle LaCavalla, Asst. Dir., Bicentennial Events, dlacaval@norwich.edu, ext. 2306
Alumni Office (Green House), 88 Park Ave.
1

Facilities Operations

Ground Crew Worker

Duties include lawn mowing, weed whacking, setting up functions and tearing them down, shoveling snow, and spreading salt/sand. Possible Saturday and Sunday hours available to the right person.
Hard worker, dependable
Rick Ricker, ext. 2153
Hayden Building (Next to Kreitzberg Library)
10

Financial Affairs – Office of the Bursar

Accounts Payable Assistant

Work directly with the Accounts Payable Administrator. The duties for this position will include the following: a) Filing of Accounts Payable Invoices; b) Inputting Invoices; c) Working with 1099Misc, mailings for W9, tracking on Excel spreadsheet.
Must be dependable, knowledge of Microsoft Excel, know the alphabet from A-Z
Conni Hopper ext. 2046
Jackman Hall, Room 225
1

Office Assistant

Assist office staff, work with the public, check cashing, post credits to accounts.
Attention to detail, computer skills, filing, ability to work with the public and staff. Ability to do mail merges a plus.
Bob Doyon, rdoyon@norwich.edu
Jackman Hall, room 204
2

Mail Runner

We are looking for someone to do our Mail Run, Monday – Friday.
Must be available from 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM, Monday – Friday
Conni Hopper, ext. 2046
Jackman Hall, Room 225
1

Housing Office

Office Assistant

Assist Housing Office with day to day administrative duties. Directly assist Commandant’s Administrative/Adjutant.
Filing and various office tasks. High degree of confidentiality.
Major Kristine Seipel, VSM, ext. 2138
Jackman Hall, Room 213
2

Human Resources

Office Assistant

Provide assistance in a busy friendly office. Duties include picking up and sorting mail, filing, telephone reception, logging applications, word processing, possible banner input and other office duties as assigned.
Previous office experience preferred. Must have strong customer service orientation and excellent communication skills. Requires word processing and minimal excel spreadsheet skills. Duties involve contact with confidential information. Discretion in absolutely essential. Applicant must be willing to work a regular weekly schedule. Dependability a must.
Ellen Liptak, ext. 2084
Jackman Hall, third floor
1.5

Payroll Department

Office Clerk

Provide assistant in a busy, friendly office. Duties include sorting, organizing mail, word processing, filing and other clerical duties as assigned.
Previous office experience preferred. Must have strong customer service and excellent communication skills. Requires minimal word processing and excel spreadsheet skills with a willingness to learn what is required. Duties involve contact with confidential information. Discretion and dependability are absolutely essential.
Nicole Rocheleau, ext. 2052
Jackman Hall, room 324
1

Information Technology Services – Academic Computing

Computer Services

Technology Classroom Assistant

Assist with technical and audio-visual support in classrooms on campus. Assist with training faculty to use AV equipment projection devices, troubleshooting audio/visual equipment problems, and performing routine maintenance.
Experience with computing along with strong customer service skills, dependability, and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
3

Instructional Developer Assistant

Assist in producing web-based course materials and multimedia projects; edit digital audio and video; add edit and proof online course material content; other tasks as assigned.
Dependability, ability to learn quickly and communicate clearly and effectively; work well in a team-oriented environment with deadlines. Experience with and comfort using computers, MS Office, and digital media.
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
2

Systems and Architecture

Student Lab Proctor

Monitor and maintain campus computer labs. Assist and answer student questions that may arise while students are using lab resources. Monitor and refill lab printers when needed.
Dependability. Must have a basic knowledge of general lab software, Microsoft Office, Corel Word Perfect, Internet Explorer, Netscape, lab printing.
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
University computer labs in Dewey, Webb, Cabot, Partridge and Kreitzberg Library Mezzanine.
15-20

Systems Assistant

Assist System Administrators in providing computer related service to the community.
Dependability. PC hardware and software trouble-shooting. Knowledge of networking. One or all of the following operating systems: Windows, Linux, and Unix. This position requires the signing of a nondisclosure agreement.
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
Science Complex 101
1-3

Security Assistant

Assist the Chief Security Officer in providing computer related service to the community.
Dependability. This position requires the signing of a nondisclosure agreement.
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
Science Complex 101
1-3

Network Manager’s Assistant

Assist Network Manager with supporting wiring infrastructure in the dorms. Including tasks: Repairing/replacing jacks/boxes/faceplates, activating ports, documentation, making patch cables.
Dependable, organized, and efficient. Has basic knowledge of networking and basic trouble-shooting skills. This position requires the signing of a nondisclosure agreement.
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
Science Complex 101
1-3

User Support Services

Technician’s Assistant

Assist User Support Technicians in providing computer related service to the University
Dependability. Basic PC hardware and software trouble-shooting
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
User Services, Science Complex 115
2-3

Helpdesk Assistant

Assist the University Helpdesk in providing computer related services to the University
Dependability. Computer related experience with basic understanding of MS Office Suite
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
User Services, Science Complex 115
1-2

NUCERT Technicians

Assist User Support Technicians in providing computer related service to the student body
Dependability. Basic PC hardware and software trouble-shooting. Basic knowledge of networking, Windows OS, and general software. Ability to obtain and use information from the Internet.
Nathan Oglesby, ext. 2456
University Student Shop – Science Complex 014
3-5

VP of Academic Affairs

Office Assistant

General office assistance to the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA). Tasks include mail running, mail sorting, copying, running errands, answering phones, and occasional special office projects or events.
Good customer service skills, basic computer skills, reliable, and conscientious. Discretion is vital due to high confidential material in the VPAA office.
Darlene DeVincenzi, ext. 2026 or Milean Yasus, ext. 2025
Jackman Hall, Room 311
1

Registrar’s Office

General Office Assistant

Data entry, photocopying, electronic filing, answering phones, preparing mailings, assisting with sending transcripts and other general office work as needed. Must understand FERPA policy and be willing to sign an agreement to abide by confidential guidelines.
Must report to workstudy position EACH day/time as agreed to, be able to multitask and work well independently. This includes all days that classes are in session and days classes are not in session (as agreed when hired).
Judy Wright, Assistant Registrar, ext. 2038
Jackman Hall, Room 326
3 or 4

Campus Life

Athletics

Athletics Office Assistant

General office work, filing, answering phones, etc.
Dependable
Cathy Diego, ext. 2230
Andrews Hall
4

Athletics Event Management

Set up and breakdown for athletic events. Variety of responsibilities ranging from ball person, scorekeeper, line judge, crowd control, etc. working as event staff for athletic events.
Available evenings and weekends, know games rules a plus, but not necessary. Must be dependable.
Alex Whitney, ext. 2863
Andrews Hall
40

Game Supervisor/Scorekeeper

Supervise intramural sports activities, oversee and manage a safe and pleasant atmosphere for intramural participants, keep score and time for intramural activities and assist the professional staff when needed.
Neil Anderson, ext. 2592
Varies (athletic facilities)
Varies

Facility Monitors

Responsibilities are to monitor the use of athletic equipment and to monitor proper conduct in facilities.
Available on weekends. Ability to enforce policies of facility
Amanda Cuiffo, ext. 2590
Shapiro Fieldhouse, Andrews Hill, Plumley Armory
Varies

Facility Monitor – Fitness Center

Responsibilities are to monitor the use of Fitness Center Equipment, to monitor proper conduct in facilities, and other duties as assigned by staff.
Ability to enforce policies of facility.
Jeff Kruger, ext. 2693
Plumley Armory
Varies

Assistant Equipment Manager

Assist Equipment Manager with daily preparation for all athletic teams
Must be reliable
Scott Mullen, ext. 2247
Andrews Hall
5

Athletic Training Room Aide

Will work under the direction of the Head and Assistant Trainers with regard to general athletic training room maintenance and upkeep, data entry, filing, and other office work. Will also assist the athletic training staff with set-up/ breakdown for athletic practices and games. Other duties as assigned by the athletic training staff.
Only dependable, hard-working individuals need apply. Discretion is essential, as you will be dealing with patient records. Applicants should have good communication skills.
David Botelho, Head Athletic Trainer, ext. 2236
Andrews Hall Athletic Training Room
Varies

Aquatic Safety Supervisor (lifeguard)

Oversee the use of Goodyear Pool by authorized users following lifeguard procedures as outlined by the American Red Cross Certificate in life guarding, CPR and first aid.
Current lifeguard certification
Andrew Bretscher, ext. 2507
Goodyear Pool
Varies

Volleyball Student Assistant

Responsibilities may vary from on-court assistance with practices to administrative duties in the office.
Volleyball experience is a plus, but not necessary for the office assistance. Organized, responsible, and dependable.
Ashlynn Nuckols, ext. 2590
Andrews Hall
Varies

Shaw Outdoor Center

Rental Counter

Inventory, Equipment rentals, basic cleaning.
Punctual, organized, dependable. Customer service skills a must.
Tracy Poirier, ext. 2225, tpoirier@norwich.edu
Shaw Outdoor Center, Paine Mountain.
5

Trail Monitoring and Cleaning

Walking the trails, cleaning trails of trash, leaves and downed branches.
Punctual, organized, dependable and fit.
Tracy Poirier, ext. 2225, tpoirier@norwich.edu
Shaw Outdoor Center, Paine Mountain.
10

Kreitzberg Arena

Arena Maintenance

Assist with general maintenance and upkeep of Kreitzberg Arena. Assist staff during games, as needed.
Available mornings, nights and/or weekends, must be reliable and able to work regular schedule.
Fred Coan, ext. 2509
Kreitzberg Arena
Varies

Marketing/Office Assistant

Assist with Hockey Game Management (marketing, promotions, tickets, etc.).General office work including phones, computer work, etc Plan and implement special events for Arena, with or without ice being in.
Available on nights and weekends for games and holiday tournaments; must be reliable, creative, and energetic.
Kevin Reed, ext. 2880
Kreitzberg Arena
4

Promotions Assistant

Help promote the Blue Line Club and Norwich hockey at home hockey games.
Outstanding people skills, outgoing, not afraid to talk to everyone.
Todd Nebeker, ext. 2903
Kreitzberg Arena
Varies

Sports Information

General Statisticians

Responsibilities ranging from tracking statistics during home athletic games to photocopying info and distributing to coaches and media.
Available for various sporting events as assigned by the Sports Information Director.
Christian Anderson, ext. 2160
Andrews Hall
3

Sr. VP for Student Affairs & Information Technology

Office Assistant

General office responsibilities in support of the Commandant’s staff under the supervision of the Executive Secretary. Specific tasks include doing errands, data entry, answering phones and assisting with special events.
Must have excellent customer service skills. Basic typing and computer skills required.
Kelly Smith, ext. 2135
Jackman Hall, room 233
2

Dean of Students

Office Assistant

General office work, filing, answering phone, photocopying, faxing. *Key working hours: M-F, 11:30 am -1:30 pm/ M-F, 4:00-5:54 pm, Possibility of some weekend work as well. (*Office open: M-F, 8:00 am -4:30 pm.)
Detail-oriented, conscientious and reliable, skilled in Excel, Microsoft Word, friendly and tactful, high degree of confidentiality. Organizational skills and ability to multi-task very important.
Dean of Students, ext. 2640
Jackman Hall, room 227
2

Leader Development Program

LDP Student Assistant

Assist LDP staff with the orientation, registration and execution of Leader Development Program. Perform administrative office duties as needed.
Basic computer, administrative and organizational skills Power point helpful, flexible hours, dependable, positive attitude, good social skills.
Tracy Poirier, ext. 2225, tpoirier@norwich.edu
Jackman Hall, Room 227
2

Academic Achievement Center

Peer Tutors

Provide tutoring in specific courses for individual or small groups of Norwich students who are struggling to succeed, or who wish to excel. Peer tutors reinforce their own knowledge, develop crucial teaching skills. And build their resumes while providing a valuable, much needed service which contributes to the learning community at Norwich. Peer tutors can set their own schedules and determine how many hours per week they wish to work. Peer tutors receive (paid) training and can achieve two levels of certification through the program’s membership in College Reading and Learning Association.
Applicants must be Norwich students with an overall GPA of 2.5, and grades of “B” or higher in the courses they wish to tutor. Applicants must beinterested in helping their peers become better students, are responsible and hardworking, have excelled in the course or courses they wish to tutor (students in very major are encouraged to apply), and are recommended or approved by the Norwich professor(s) who taught those course(s). Upper class standing preferred, but not required.
Ted Ingham, Peer Tutor Coordinator, ext. 2131
Academic Achievement Center
Determined by student need, but usually range from 25 to 30. All interested students are encouraged to apply.

Evening Student Receptionist and Noon Time Receptionist

The evening student receptionist staffs the LSC office Monday through Thursday evenings 5-10 p.m ; the noon-time receptionist 12-1 p.m. The student receptionist helps serve NU Students seeking academic support by answering the phone, making appointments, and otherwise providing administrative assistance to the Learning Support Center.
Applicants must be responsible Norwich students who are caring, mature and possess excellent communications and organizational skills. Upper class standing preferred.
Ted Ingham, Coordinator of Specialized Student Services, ext. 2131
Learning Support Center
2-4; Several students may divide the hours according to their own schedules

Mailroom

Mail Room Clerk

Distribution of mail and packages
Ability to match mail with box numbers and names
Herbert Carleton, ext. 2205
Wise Campus Center, bottom floor at the back of the building
10

Center for Civic Engagement

Office Assistant

Responsibilities will include greeting visitors, being well-versed in the Office’s services/programs and answering questions visitors may have, supporting the Director with administrative tasks, special event programming and staffing, and processing volunteer interest forms.
Mature responsible and detail-oriented individuals are needed to serve as the “faces” of the Center for Civic Engagement. Qualified candidates should have a good working knowledge of MS office, and have excellent writing and verbal communications skills. Additional opportunities to receive service-based scholarships may also be available for qualified applicants.
If interested, please submit a cover letter and your resume, to 4achange@norwich.edu.
Wise Campus Center, Room 230
4

Assistant Program Coordinators

Community service-oriented students needed to fill several openings at local non-profits. Site responsibilities vary based on the non-profit, but may include working with at- risk youth, performing administrative tasks, planning activities for senior citizens, etc. Students may even be able to select their sites based on academic interests (ie. Students in the Teaching program may be able to work at a local elementary school, etc.) Other responsibilities include attending monthly meetings and helping to recruit additional NU student volunteers for these non-profit through various venues. Depending on location of site student may also need their own transportation.
Qualified applicants will have excellent leadership skills, communication skills, and the ability to with others. Students who successfully complete one year in this position may qualify for an AmeriCorps Student Leadership position.
If interested, please contact Nicole or Kelly in the Office of Volunteer Programs at 4achange@norwich.edu
Wise Campus Center, Room 230
30

Drivers

Individuals are needed to drive our student volunteers to and from their service sites Monday-Sunday using NU vehicles. Schedule is flexible and will not require any one driver to work each day of the week.
Qualified applicants must be at least 20 years old with a clean driving record and at least 2 years of driving experience. Mature, responsible, and dependable applicants only, please.
If interested, please contact Nicole or Kelly in the Office of Volunteer Programs at 4achange@norwich.edu
Wise Campus Center, Room 230
5

Office of Communications

Media Relations Assistant

Assisting the assistant director of communications with a wide range of duties primarily focused on research/reporting and writing. Research and write first drafts of background documents such as the annual university brief sheet, administrative bios, some news releases and other duties as assigned. Also give support to @norwichnews Twitter account with tweets of daily student life.
Strong communications skills – both written and verbal, strong reporting/research skills, organized. Ability to attend weekly department meetings (held Thursdays at 10 a.m.) with some regularity is a plus.
Daphne Larkin, Office of Communications, Flint Hall, ext. 2886. dlarkin@norwich.edu
Office of Communications, Flint Hall
1

Social Media and Yearbook Assistant

Are you creative? Do you enjoy spending time on social media? Build your design portfolio and gain social media marketing skills as a work study in the Office of Communications (O.C.).
Join the O.C. and work closely with staff designing and assembling Norwich’s yearbook and contributing to university social media presences. You will be instrumental in creating content for Norwich University social media channels on Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and responsible for updating the inventory of Norwich social media. You’ll also be responsible for yearbook layout, desktop publishing (via an InDesign-style program, training provided) and taking some photos of campus activities. Whether you’re interested in working in publications, marketing, media or journalism, skills used in this position will be a great addition on your resume and you will be working with experienced professionals.
Must possess strong written and verbal communication skills, and have an interest or skills in photography and video for social media. Must have experience with various social media channels on a personal level and be passionate about social media. Must be reliable and responsible. If you have marketing or design skills that you’d like to strengthen, we would be happy to help you learn and grow.
Tanya M. Tran at tmills1@norwich.edu or ext. 2535, or Lindsay Cahill Lord at llord@norwich.edu or ext. 2811.
Office of Communications, Flint Hall
1

Web Development Assistant

Thousands of people visit Norwich.edu annually to learn about the university and its academic and athletic programs, campus life, and more. Assist the Front End Web Developer in maintaining the Norwich web presence. Enter and edit text on web pages. Edit and upload photos. Tell the story of Norwich online to build our brand around the world.
Accurate typing. Computer knowledge, particularly word processing. Would be helpful: knowledge of HTML and CSS, experience with a blogging application like WordPress, experience with photo editing tools.
Mark Peal, ext. 2775, mpeal@norwich.edu
Office of Communications, Flint Hall
1

Athletic Communications Assistants

Athletic Communications Assistants will be integral to the game-day operations for the Norwich University Athletic Communications staff. Assist the AC staff in all aspects of game-day coverage including but not limited to statistical help, radio communication to press box, operating video cameras, color commentary and production of live video-stream broadcasts, and social media. Office work is also available if not available on game days.
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal. Passion and general knowledge for sports. Familiarity with general rules of sports and comfortable working on computer and various social media platforms. Must be reliable, responsible, and trustworthy. Be able to work nights and weekends.
Derek Dunning, Athletic Communications, Andrews Hall, ddunning@norwich.edu or ext. 2902.
Athletic Communications, Andrews Hall
10-12

Residence Life

Office Assistant

Person will assist office staff with daily tasks such as advertising and program planning.
Creativity, dependable, time management, problem solving and customer service skills.
Residence Life, x2643/2660, nureslife@norwich.edu
Wise Campus Center, 2nd Floor, Room 215
3

South and Dalrymple Hall Desk Monitors (Front Desk and Fitness Center), Residence Life

Each individual will work weekly shifts on a rotation basis.
The Front Desk duties include: assisting students and visitors with building access; monitor entering and exiting of students from residence halls; report noise issues to Residence Life staff; maintain surveillance for possible emergencies and additional student safety issues. Other duties as needed.
Fitness Center Desk duties include: assisting students and visitors with access to Fitness Center and maintain safe use and cleanliness of equipment. Other duties as needed.
All Desk Coverage Hours: 2-4 hour shifts between 8 a.m. – 12 a.m. All days of the week.
Residence Life, x2643/2660, nureslife@norwich.edu
South Hall and Dalrymple Front Desk and Fitness Center
10-15 at a minimum

Security Department

Dispatcher

Answering incoming calls on the general office extension as well as the emergency extension; relaying call information to patrolling officers via radio transmissions; utilizing the office registration system to obtain student and/or Faculty/Staff information as needed by the Officers.; will need to maintain a hand written call log; use of the Office computer will be limited to Officers. If applicant wishes to use a computer, he or she must utilize their personnel laptops.
Attention to detail, multitasking, communication skills, customer relations.Hours and availability: Three days a week (Thursday, Friday and Saturday), 1900-0000.
Officer, Bill Vivian Jr, ext. 2525, wvivian@norwich.edu; Chief Abraham, ext. 2498.
Hayden Hall, Security Office
3

Service Learning

Service Learning Scholars (work study or stipend)

Norwich University Service Learning Scholars are committed to amplifying and promoting student voice in the integration of community needs and University courses. Over the past three to four years, their self-designed projects have included:

  • SL Bookmarks for students
  • Direct Service
  • NUSL Old School Party
  • Book Discussions
  • SL postcards for incoming freshman
  • Statewide conference presentations
  • On campus workshops and brown bag lunches
  • SL student brochure
  • Working with their own professors and student groups
  • Building community partnerships
  • NUSL Spring newsletter
  • Regional conference attendance

It’s an opportunity to take control of and utilize your education in an incredibly unique way! Are you ready for this opportunity?
Benefits: Scholars are paid a stipend or work-study and possibly tuition assistance.
Michelle Barber, ext. 2889 or mbarber@norwich.edu
16 University Ave. (the white house behind Goodyear), ask to speak with Michelle Barber
2

Service-Learning Liaison to the David Crawford School of Engineering (work-study only)

Under the supervision of Michelle Barber, Service-learning Coordinator, and Engineering Professor, the student will serve as a liaison between Norwich University Service-Learning (NUSL) Program and the school of Engineering. Student will work directly with faculty members, students, and community partners to locate, coordinate and be the point person on service-learning opportunities for disciplines in the school (Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering).
Responsibilities:

  • Assist faculty and students in developing and implementing service-learning opportunities.
  • Create projects and work with faculty to assess the impacts and outcomes of the students’ service-learning activities.
  • Coordinate activities associated with NUSL

  • Comfortable interfacing with professors
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Organized record keeping
  • Ability to work independently
  • Broad awareness of disciplines in the School
  • Strong ethic of service
  • Flexibility and creativity


Benefits:

  • Work-study paycheck
  • Possible tuition assistance
  • Professional development opportunities (training on campus access to the VCC Student- Learning Conference and the New England Regional Campus compact Conference)
  • Flexible work schedule

Michelle Barber, ext. 2889 or mbarber@norwich.edu
16 University Ave (the white house behind Goodyear)
1

Service-Learning Liaison to Math/Science (Work study only)

Under the supervision of Michelle Barber, Service-learning Coordinator, and Engineering Professor, the student will serve as a liaison between Norwich University Service-Learning (NUSL) Program and the school of Mathematics & Sciences. Student will work directly with faculty members, students, and community partners to locate, coordinate and be the point person on service-learning opportunities for disciplines in the school (Biology, Biomedical Technology, Physical Education, Sports Medicine, Chemistry, Geology, Physics, Mathematics, Nursing, Environmental Science).
Responsibilities:

  • Assist faculty and students in developing and implementing service-learning opportunities.
  • Create projects and work with faculty to assess the impacts and outcomes of the students’ service-learning activities.
  • Coordinate activities associated with NUSL

  • Comfortable interfacing with professors
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Organized record keeping
  • Ability to work independently
  • Broad awareness of disciplines in the School
  • Strong ethic of service
  • Flexibility and creativity


Benefits:

  • Work-study paycheck
  • Possible tuition assistance
  • Professional development opportunities (training on campus access to the VCC Student- Learning Conference and the New England Regional Campus compact Conference)
  • Flexible work schedule

Michelle Barber, ext. 2889 or mbarber@norwich.edu
16 University Ave (the white house behind Goodyear)
1

Student Assistant Program

Assistant/Group Leader/Lecture

Talking about drugs and alcohol.
Typing skills, good communication skills, good with people.
Chip Kenath, Drug and Alcohol Counselor, leave voice mail at ext. 2689.
Harmon Hall, second floor, Student Senate Office
2

Student Financial Planning

Student Financial Assistant

General office duties, mail pick-up, running errands, scanning and indexing.
Should be punctual, organized, dependable, and detail oriented.
Pam Goodwin, ext. 2827
Jackman Hall, room 303
2

Student Life

Music Library Assistant

Inventory, copy, file, and catalogue music. Create and maintain performance folders. Assist in creation and maintenance of music database through entry and updates.
Self-starters who desire flexible work hours. Ability to hand off and pick-up smaller portions of large scale tasks and communicate clearly. Federal work study eligible.
Lt. Col. Larry Porter, ext. 2141
Chapel Basement
3

Instrument Maintenance Assistant

Inventory, catalogue, issue and receive musical instruments and accessories. Assist in creation and maintenance of instrument inventory database. Make recommendations on re-order prints for consumed instrument accessories.
Basic knowledge of musical instruments and equipment. Self-Motivated, trustworthy individuals who are eligible fore Federal work study.
Lt. Col. Larry Porter, ext. 2141
Chapel Basement
1

Uniform Store

Inventory Clerk

Assist in daily restocking of the inventory, maintain warehouse inventory, and labeling of inventory.
Reliable, strong customer service skills, lift up to 50 lbs, work independently.
Mary Roux ext 2017
Uniform Store
4

Sales Assistant

Run a point of sale register, lift up to 50 pounds, restock store inventory.
Reliable, strong customer service skills, ability to work independently, and basic knowledge of computers.
Mary Roux, ext. 2017
Uniform Store
2

Veteran’s Affairs Office

Student Veteran Services Officer

The Veterans’ Affairs Student Veteran Services Officers(SVSO) provide Veterans’ Affairs Office coverage and performs basic reception and office duties, providing direct, one-on-one services to student veterans and servicemembers on a walk-in basis or through telephone and email contact.The SVSO’s work under the guidance and direction of the Veterans’ Advocate and/or the Veterans Affairs Troop Welfare Worksite Coordinator to assist in providing direct, comprehensive advocacy, coordination, and referral services to current and prospective students who are serving members of the Armed Forces of the United States, or veterans.The SVSO’s assist the Veterans’ Advocate in staffing and managing the Veterans’ Affairs Office and in coming alongside of student servicemembers and veterans to assist them in accessing programs and services to which they are entitled.The SVSO’s assist in identifying and rallying human and materiel resources to aid in veteran and servicemember outreach and support operations on and off campus, and act as the Veterans’ Orientation Leaders.
>Must be a United States military servicemember or veteran, serving or having served honorably as at least a junior non-commissioned officer (E-4) in any status; be a full-time student in good standing at Norwich University; be a member in good standing of the Norwich Student Vetrans Council.Posess some knowledge of basic office productivity computer software programs, including word processing and internet, and good communications and orginizational skills.
Joyce Rivers, ext. 2754
Wise Campus Center (Room 219)
3

Troop Welfare Worksite Coordinator

Job description>: The Veterans’ Affairs Troop Welfare (VATW) Worksite Coordinator is the student facilitator and coordinator of Veterans’ Affairs Office outreach activities to Norwich student veterans and servicemembers.The VATW Worksite Coordinator assists the Veterans’ Advocate in providing comprehensive advocacy, coordination, and referral services to current and prospective students who are serving members of the Armed Forces of the United States, or veterans.The VATW Worksite Coordinator assists the Veterans’ Advocate in staffing and managing the Veterans’ Affairs Office and in facilitating and coordinating mutually beneficial support arrangements with and among community partners.The VATW Worksite Coordinator assists in identifying and rallying human and materiel resources to aid in veteran and servicemember outreach and support operations.The VATW Worksite Coordinator acts as the Norwich University site leader, principle coordinator, and liaison for all related veterans’ and servicemembers’ outreach and support operations on and off campus.
Must be a United States military servicemember or veteran, serving or having served honorably as at least a junior non-commissioned officer (E-4) in any status; be a full-time student in good standing at Norwich University; and be a member in good standing of the Norwich Student Veterans Council.Possess some knowledge of basic office productivity computer software programs, including word processing and Internet, and good communications and organizational skills.
Joyce Rivers, ext. 2754
Wise Campus Center (Room 219)
1

Student Activities

School Mascot (Alden)

Required to come to games and other events on campus throughout the year.
Campus Activities Board cab@norwich.edu or alden@norwich.edu

Office Assistant

General office work, answering phone, photocopying, faxing, process replacement/lost ID cards, process deposits, pick up mail and other duties as assigned. *Key working hours: M-F, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. Possibility of some weekend work as well. (*Office open: M-F, 7:30 am – 4 pm)
Detail-oriented, conscientious and reliable, good telephone and people skills, pleasant and outgoing personality, organizational skills and ability to multi-task very important.
Melody St. John, ext. 2840, cadetscash@norwich.edu
Wise Campus Center, room 228
2-3

WCC Service Desk Staff

Manage the WCC Service Desk. Answer the campus information line for internal and external callers. Sign out WCC keys, billiards, TV remotes, board games, commuter locker/ keys, etc. Sell tickets to campus events (e.g. Regimental Ball, Junior Weekend, Winter Carnival, student activities, athletic events, etc.) Assist with setups and breakdowns for WCC room reservation needs and special events. Occasional clerical support in the campus center and student activities office. Responsibilities may expand as the building expands.
WCC staff shirt required while working.
WCC Student Building Manager wccservicedesk@norwich.edu
WCC 003, WCC information desk
Approximately 35

Cadet$Card Coordinator

The Cadet$Card Coordinator is a “Key Leader” with need to return to campus for training prior to the start of the academic year. General responsibilities include a minimum of six office hours weekly and roughly 6 to 10 total hours weekly. The C$C Coordinator will be expected to work evenings and weekends. Responsibilities may expand as resources and programming opportunities expand. Primary responsibilities:

  • Update and maintain all Cadet$Card policies and publications.
  • Provide training and support for the SBM and Service Desk Staff for all C$C services offered through the Micros POS machine.
  • Manage relationships and provide support for on and off campus participating vendors.
  • Assist the Administrative Assistant for Student Life in the WCC with monthly reports; daily reports; daily deposits; meal plan management; building access: communicating with the UVM Cat Card Office; and all customer service efforts, including card and debit services.
  • Provide C$C support for new and returning student arrival days, and at NU 101.
  • C$C Work Study Staff recruitment, training, scheduling and supervising.

Greg McGrath, ext. 2121, gmcgrath@norwich.edu
Student Activities Office (WCC Room # 228)
1

Campus Activities Board Chair

The CAB Chair is considered a “Key Leader” with need to return to campus for training prior to the start of the academic year. General responsibilities include a minimum of six office hours weekly and roughly 10 to 20 total hours weekly. The CAB Chair will be expected to work evenings and weekends. Responsibilities may expand as resources and programming opportunities expand. Primary responsibilities:

  • Assist the Director of the WCC & Student Activities with after action reviews and assessment efforts.
  • Assist the Director of the WCC & Student Activities with negotiation and execution of talent contracts.
  • Chair the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and coordinate CAB member support at all CAB events.
  • Coordinate membership and student participation with the National Association for Campus Activities.
  • Promote CAB participation and membership.
  • Responsible for population and execution of the CAB Calendar each semester.
  • Responsible for major University events, including Family Weekend, Winter Carnival and Junior Weekend.
  • Supervisory responsibility for CAB staff.
  • Primary POC for booking agents and visiting entertainers.

Greg McGrath, ext. 2121, gmcgrath@norwich.edu
Student Activities Office (WCC Room # 228)
1

Student Building Manager

The SBM is considered a “Key Leader” with need to return to campus for training prior to the start of the academic year. General responsibilities include a minimum of six office hours weekly and roughly 10 to 20 total hours weekly, including regular on-duty responsibilities to support the Service Desk Staff. The SBM will be expected to work evenings and weekends. Responsibilities may expand as building operations and programming expand. Primary responsibilities:

  • Coordinate Service Desk coverage and student work schedules.
  • Under the guidance of the Director, facilitate hiring, training, direction, supervision and discipline of up to 30 student Service Desk Staffers.
  • Coordinate room setups and resets for WCC special event needs.
  • Provide audio-visual training and user support, as necessary, for daily room reservation needs.
  • Manage content and communication on the WCC and Service Desk SharePoint team sites.
  • Communicate and enforce building policies and procedures.
  • Communicate furniture and building repair/maintenance needs to the Facilities Department.
  • Attend trainings on WCC audio-visual equipment as needed and maintain knowledge of all WCC audio-visual equipment for training and user support.

Greg McGrath, ext. 2121, gmcgrath@norwich.edu
Student Activities Office (WCC Room # 228)
1

Student Clubs Coordinator

The Student Clubs Coordinator is a “Key Leader” with need to return to campus for training prior to the start of the academic year. General responsibilities include a minimum of eight office hours weekly and roughly 10 to 20 total hours weekly. The SCC will be expected to work evenings and weekends. Responsibilities may expand as resources and programming opportunities expand. Primary responsibilities:

  • Chair the Student Life Grant Fund Committee.
  • Coordinate student club participation at all Open House events.
  • Develop and maintain content on the NU website and the student clubs SharePoint team site.
  • Develop and manage content in the Student Club Guidebook and the Advisor Guidebook.
  • Plan and facilitate the Student Club & Advisor Workshop and the Student Club Fair.
  • Primary point of communication for the University to student clubs, club sports, and student club advisors.
  • Responsible for all administrative coordination of student clubs and club sports.
  • Support prospective clubs through the recognition process
  • Assist student clubs with funds requests, and event planning needs.
  • Roster collection and co-curricular data entry and management.

Greg McGrath, ext. 2121, gmcgrath@norwich.edu
Student Activities Office (WCC Room # 228)
1

Off-Campus Activities

Vermont Environmental Consortium

Administrative Assistant

Assist director of statewide environmental business group with all aspects of administering non-profit office. Ten to fifteen hours per week, flexible schedule by prearrangement.
Good verbal and written communication skills. Good computer skills; word processing, database management, basic spreadsheet use, e-mailings, hard-copy mail-merges, Internet research. General office tasks including record-keeping; telephone contact with environmental business people.
Daniel Hecht, ext. 2455
61 Wall Street, downtown Northfield, VT
1

ROTC

Army ROTC

Supply Clerk

Assist in day to day activities of the Army Supply Room (maintenance and inventory work)
Organized, attention to detail, ability to work independently, be available to work at least two hour increments, and be eligible for federal work study
April Miller, ext. 2493; amiller@norwich.edu
Student Service Center, across from practice football field
5

Clerk and Administrative Assistant

Clerk: filing, typing, etc.
Administrative Assistant: Office work

Secretarial skills, knowledge of computers, at least two hours each day, please discuss with supervisor
Julie Craig, jcraig1@norwich.edu
Jackman Hall, first floor
2

Supply Clerk

Assist in the day to day activities of the Naval ROTC supply room, tracking inventory, maintaining neatness of supply room, pulling orders, and stocking shelves
Corps only, general computer skills, organized, afternoons and at least 2 hour increments only
Mr. Kevin Larson, ext. 2195
Plumley Armory, ground floor
1

Office Clerk

General administrative duties which includes filing, photocopying, answering telephones, preparation of forms, special projects, word processing, and some duties assigned
Corps only; general computer skills, working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel or the willingness to learn, attention to detail. Ability to hold confidential information
Ms. Davis, ext. 2186
Plumley Armory, room 107
1

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