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Find out which jobs are currently available through Handshake, the college’s central hub for jobs and internships

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Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

Gettysburg College, an equal opportunity employer, complies with all applicable federal, state, local laws and regulations regarding nondiscrimination. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and admission. The College prohibits discrimination and harassment, and provides equal opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital/familial status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate (GED) as compared to a high school diploma, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, sex, age, or genetic information in all aspects of employment, educational programs, activities, and admissions. Pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, Gettysburg College prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (i.e., which includes but is not limited to the prohibition of sexual misconduct and relationship violence, including sexual assault and harassment) in all of its educational programs and activities.

 

Sours: https://www.gettysburg.edu/musselman-library/about/employment/

Faculty Employment

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New faculty and employees at Gettysburg College will be required to submit a background check. For information on the required check, please visit our website Background Check FAQs.

Current openings

Listed below are positions currently available at Gettysburg College. We encourage you to check the website periodically; positions are posted as soon as the advertisement (with appropriate contact information) has been approved.

Clery Act disclosures

Federal legislation requires institutions of higher education to inform prospective members of our coTenummunity about its most recent crime/incident statistics, crime prevention and security programs and activities, policies concerning the reporting of crime, and related information in accordance with the Campus Security Act, commonly referred to as the Clery Act. You can obtain this information by contacting the Department of Public Safety, Gettysburg College, 300 North Washington St., Gettysburg, PA 17325 or call (717) 337-6912.

Learn more about the Clery Report.

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Student Employment

Gettysburg College provides on campus employment for approximately 45% of the student population (typically 5-10 hours per week). All positions are funded through departmental budgets and are available to any student; jobs are not ‘reserved’ for federal work study-eligible students.Financial need is not a consideration.

How do I find a job?

All on-campus jobs are posted in Handshake, a job listing website sponsored by Student Employment Services at the Center for Career Engagement. On-campus supervisors update available job openings every summer prior to the start of the academic year.

Students will also use Handshake to search for summer internships and full-time job opportunities.

What paperwork is needed?

If a student has never worked on campus before, he/she MUST complete paperwork with Student Employment Services at the Center for Career Engagement within three days of the first day of employment. If the necessary paperwork is not completed, the student is not authorized to work on campus and cannot be paid.

Federal Work-Study Program

The Federal Work-Study Program provides meaningful employment on campus and in the Gettysburg community so that students might earn monies to help in the payment of college costs. Students who demonstrate financial need through the FAFSA analysis may be awarded Federal Work-Study as part of their financial aid package.

The Office of Financial Aid will not place students directly in a job. Students will be referred to supervisors who have positions available. Handshake,a job listing website sponsored by Student Employment Services at the Center for Career Engagement, will provide a summary of available positions both on campus and in the community.

Positions within the Gettysburg community as part of the Community Service component of the Federal Work-Study Program are available only to those students who are eligible to participate in the Federal Work-Study Program.

The Office of Financial Aid will monitor the earnings of all Work-Study eligible students for reporting purposes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often will I be paid?
Students are paid on a biweekly basis, with a two-week lag between the end of the pay period and payday. Direct deposit statements are mailed to campus boxes or can be viewed by logging into PeopleSoft Self Service every payday. Students can sign up to apply their earnings directly to their semester balance by contacting Student Employment Services.

How do I record my hours for payroll purposes?
Alloffices and departments use electronic time sheets.It is important that the time sheet be filled out completely. In and out times must include AM or PM. The supervisor must approve the time sheet before it can be processed. Late time sheets will be paid in the next pay period. Late processing may increase the amount of federal taxes that will be withheld.

Am I required to accept the Work-Study award?
Students who do not wish to have a job on campus may decline the Work-Study award. If additional funds are needed, students can apply for loans to replace the Work-Study award.

Do I need to be eligible for Work-Study to work on campus?
No. Gettysburg College provides on campus employment for approximately 45% of the student population, regardless of their eligibility for Federal Work-Study.

Students can access Handshake,a job listing website sponsored by Student Employment Services at the Center for Career Engagement, to search for available jobs.

Sours: https://www.gettysburg.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid-options/student-employment
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Student Jobs

The list below represents possible student jobs in the library. To learn more, click on the job title to read the description.

To find out which jobs are currently hiring, visit Handshake, the College’s central hub for jobs and internships. Student semester jobs interviews are generally scheduled early in the semester, after students have arrived on campus.

For job descriptions for our part-time semester and full-time summer internships, visit our Internship page.

Semester Positions

User Services Student Assistant

Assist User Services department with all tasks related to circulation, including retrieving and reshelving materials, providing customer service at active service point, and processing materials received and sent through interlibrary loan. Some shifts involve customer service at the Check Out desk, while others involve working quietly in the stacks to shelve ore retrieve books. Students will be matched to work based in interest and aptitude. 6 – 8 hours per week. Position starts at $8.00/ hr.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Must be prompt, reliable and responsible, and detail-oriented. Must be willing to participate in continuous training. Scheduled attendance is required. Must possess a professional manner and demeanor.

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Collections and Technical Services Student Assistant

Processes books, DVDs, scores and other physical format materials; performs repair and maintenance of materials as necessary; receives and reconciles book shipments; performs title searching in support of assessment and collection management; assists with bibliographic maintenance; other duties or project work as assigned. Attends meetings and workshops for student assistants. Work hours available between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday (no evenings or weekends. Must be able to work a minimum of 4 hours per week. Position starts at $8.00/ hr.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Prompt, reliable, responsible, strong organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to communicate effectively, methodical work, some mechanical aptitude.

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Digital Scholarship Fellow

Supports students and faculty engaged in Digital Humanities projects, as well as develops a personal project that involves Digital Humanities tools and methods. Tasks can include providing technical support office hours, creating digital exhibits with materials from Special Collections and College Archives, and creating tutorials for the DH Toolkit. Scheduled work hours will be weekdays, 9am and 5pm, with possible flexible hours to meet with students for office hours as needed. 4-6 hours per week. Position starts at $10 per hour.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Interest in the Digital Humanities as a mode of creative scholarly output. Commitment to provide support to students and faculty working on Digital Humanities projects. Commitment to develop an independent project. Must be dependable, detail oriented, and comfortable with new technology. Priority will be given to students who have successfully completed the requirements of the Digital Scholarship Summer Fellowship program.

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Research & Instruction Student Assistant

Student assistant will support the daily operations and public programming of the Research & Instruction Department. Duties will include data entry, managing spreadsheets and data sets, designing instructional and/or promotional materials, and occasional website work (creating and editing web pages in the college’s content management system). Scheduled work hours will be weekdays between 8:30 am and 5 pm. 8-10 hours a week. Position starts at $8 per hour.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Must be dependable, detail oriented, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, able to work independently, and have a willingness to learn new skills. Strong time management skills and ability to prioritize work are essential. Familiarity with Microsoft Office, creating/editing images, and HTML are a plus but not required.

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Scholarly Communications Student Assistant

Assist in preparing content for upload into Gettysburg College's institutional repository: The Cupola: Scholarship at Gettysburg College. Scan materials and edit PDFs. Assist in gathering and organizing publications for the College Authors Reception. Other duties will be assigned as they develop and you develop. Schedule work hours on weekdays between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm. Great opportunity for anyone interested in academic publishing and/or open access. We will train the right student! Position starts at $8.00 per hour.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Must be dependable and a quick learner with superb attention to detail.

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Serials Assistant

Sorts daily mail including journals, newspapers and microfilm; checks in, labels, and processes all serials; keeps journal and newspaper stacks in order; processes and shelves returning bindery shipments; may process book shipments; may assist with weeding/shifting projects. Ability to read call numbers, facilitate necessary call number corrections, and identify serial titles and shelving locations. Some light carrying and lifting, general clerical tasks, and organizational skills. Ability to push a book cart. Also participates in other projects and duties as assigned. Position starts at $8.00 per hour.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Prompt, reliable, responsible, detail oriented, good people skills. Word processing and Excel spreadsheet skills a plus. Some mechanical aptitude helpful. Interest in working on a computer.

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Special Collections Student Assistant

Student will assist Special Collections staff with a variety of archival and rare book related projects. Projects may include: cataloging books for MUSCAT Plus; creating container lists; organizing, describing, and rehousing manuscript collections according to archival best practices; research and transcription projects; and other archival duties. Student may also assist with the reshelving of archival material, exhibits, and scanning or photography, as needed. Position starts at $8.00 per hour.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Must be dependable, detail oriented, independent worker and have working knowledge of general computer applications including MSWord and Excel. Must be able to lift cartons weighing up to 40 lbs. Much of the work is historical in nature and applicants will work with documents, manuscripts, rare books, rare maps, and artifacts.

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Special Collections Student Assistant (Archives)

Student will assist Special Collections staff with a variety of College History and records management projects. Projects may include: filing and describing the College Publications Collection; organizing, describing, and rehousing manuscript collections according to archival best practices; research on College history and other topics; and identifying and organizing photographs. Student may also assist with exhibits, scanning or photography, and minor conservation projects. Position starts at $8.00 per hour.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Must be dependable, detail oriented, and an independent worker. Must have a working knowledge of general computer applications such as MSWord and Excel and be an accurate typist. Assistant may be called on to lift cartons weighing up to 40 lbs., climb step ladders, and navigate tight spaces with reasonable accommodations or assistance. Interest in College history, historical research, and public history a plus, but all majors are encouraged to apply.

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Special Collections Student Assistant (Conservation)

 Student will assist the Special Collections Conservator with collections maintenance, book conservation, and creative housing solutions for archival items. Projects may include the conservation of rare books, the description of book bindings, collections maintenance, and the identification of items in need of rehousing or mending and encapsulation of items such as maps or posters. In addition, student will assist in the repair of collection materials. Position starts at $8.00 per hour. Please see the Special Collections Conservation website for more details on the type of work performed by the conservation staff.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Must be dependable, detail oriented, have an interest in historic materials and have good hand skills.

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Special Collections Student Assistant (Digital Projects)

Student will be responsible for the photography and scanning of materials by following digital preservation and imaging standards created by Special Collections, and for producing both archival Tiffs and JPEG derivatives. Work may also include analog to digital conversion of both audio and VHS cassette tapes. Individual must also maintain the organization of digital files so as to facilitate retrieval by the Special Collections staff. This student will also be required to research digitized materials and organize data for items to be added to digital collections. Duties may also include graphic design and customization of online exhibits. Individual will come into contact with a wide variety of materials such as artifacts, photographs, slides, negatives, film, pamphlets, rare books, letters, and broadsides; appreciation for these rare materials through demonstrated care when digitizing is essential. Position starts at $8.00 per hour.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Must be dependable, detail oriented, and comfortable with new technology. Will have extensive experience with digital cameras, Adobe Design Suite, Audacity, Excel, Microsoft Word. Experience with CONTENTdm, Omeka, Wordpress, and video editing software a plus. The ideal candidate will be capable of offering solutions to some of the digitizing challenges that arise in Special Collections.

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Summer Positions

Summer Student Assistant

The library is hiring 5 students to rotate among the following tasks: Processing books and DVDs in cataloging department, collection research, serials check-in, shelving, shifting, stacks maintenance and circulation desk coverage.

Essential Skills and Aptitudes: Prompt, reliable, responsible, strong organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to communicate effectively, methodical work, some mechanical aptitude.

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Sours: https://www.gettysburg.edu/musselman-library/about/employment/student-jobs/

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Work On Campus

How do I find and apply to student employment opportunities on campus?

On campus opportunities are posted in Handshake under the Jobs section. Log in to Handshake, select “Jobs” and select the On-campus filter button to show currently listed openings for student employment. Read each job position and follow the instructions to apply.

I have accepted a campus position, now what?

Congratulations! It is time to start the hiring process. As soon as you accept your offer, log in to Handshake to register your position as an “Experience.” You will need to know your job title, supervisor’s name, their email address, and a brief description of the role. Once approved by your supervisor, you will receive an approval confirmation email from Handshake. If you have never completed hiring paperwork, you will need to complete an electronic hiring packet, which will be sent to you through DocuSign based on your home state of residence. You will also need to arrange a “Student Employment Paperwork” appointment through Handshake with our staff to verify your I-9. Original, unexpired work authorization and identification documents will be required. You can find the list of acceptable documents in the electronic hiring paperwork, or visit the U.S.C.I.S. website.

Can I provide a photocopy of my ID or other document for hiring paperwork purposes?

No. Federal regulations stipulate that only original, unexpired documents can be accepted and the documents must be verified in-person with the individual employee.

How many hours can I work?

Given the rigorous academics at Gettysburg College, most students work an average of 10-15 hours/week. International students are limited to 20 hours/week when classes are in session due to immigration visa requirements for all jobs combined. All students are permitted to work up to 40 hours a week during breaks.

When do campus jobs usually get posted in Handshake?

Most offices/departments will post openings during the beginning and end of each semester. August/September, November, January/February, and April tend to be peak times of the year when positions are posted in Handshake. However, postings can be listed throughout the calendar year. Make sure to check Handshake frequently for new positions.

How often will I be paid?

Student employees are paid every two weeks via direct deposit. Your direct deposit statements can be found in your Student Center.

Can some of my paycheck be automatically applied to my student account?

Yes. You have the option to apply a portion or all of your pay to your student account. A special Student Payroll-Student Account direct deposit form must be submitted. The form can be obtained from Payroll by emailing [email protected]

I am an international student. Do I need a Social Security number?

Yes. All international students who plan to work must apply for a social security number but may complete the payroll paperwork without it. Career Engagement will notify International Student Services (ISS) after the completion of your hiring paperwork. You will then coordinate with the ISS office to schedule your visit to the Social Security Administration office to obtain your card.

How do I record my hours for payroll purposes?

Your supervisor will create your time sheet in CNAV for you once all of your hiring paperwork is completed. It is important that you correctly fill out your time sheet by the deadline. Instructions for completing your time sheet are included in the hiring paperwork packet. Students should log their hours after each completed shift.

What are the deadlines for submitting timesheets?

Time sheets need to be submitted at the end of the student pay period (always on a Friday). Pay schedules are available on the Payroll website.

Where do I find my bank routing number for the direct deposit form?

The routing number is the first set of numbers located on the bottom left-hand corner of your check. If you do not have a check, contact your bank.

Sours: https://www.gettysburg.edu/offices/center-for-career-engagement/students/work-on-campus/
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Employment Opportunities


Federal legislation requires institutions of higher education to inform prospective members of our community about its most recent crime/incident statistics, crime prevention and security programs and activities, policies concerning the reporting of crime, and related information in accordance with the Campus Security Act, commonly referred to as the Clery Act. You can obtain this information by contacting the Department of Public Safety, Gettysburg College, 300 North Washington St., Gettysburg, PA 17325 or call (717)337-6912. This information is also available on Public Safety’s website.

Gettysburg College, an equal opportunity employer, complies with all applicable federal, state, local laws and regulations regarding nondiscrimination. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and admission. The College prohibits discrimination and harassment, and provides equal opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital/familial status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate (GED) as compared to a high school diploma, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, sex, age, or genetic information in all aspects of employment, educational programs, activities, and admissions. Pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, Gettysburg College prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (i.e., which includes but is not limited to the prohibition of sexual misconduct and relationship violence, including sexual assault and harassment) in all of its educational programs and activities. Inquiries concerning the application of these policies may be referred to Amanda Blaugher, Title IX Coordinator.

 

Sours: https://www.gettysburg.edu/offices/human-resources/employment/

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