Open Job Postings

Academic Year – Reflection & Spiritual Care Center Receptionist

Department: Campus Ministry
Commitment: Academic year, excluding University holidays and breaks
Hours:  A variety of hours from Monday – Friday, 10 am – 4 pm.

This 10-hour per week position will be spread over 2-5 students, depending on their availability. Each student works a minimum of 2 hours per week.

Position Summary: This receptionist represents Campus Ministry at Plymouth State. As a welcoming presence for students, faculty, and staff who drop by the Reflection & Spiritual Care Center (R&SCC), they keep the Reflection Room open for all who would like to use it and provide information about religious and spiritual resources and opportunities offered on- and off-campus. In the Fall, they accept and confirm phone requests for Thanksgiving Baskets. They help organize small service projects and perform light office work as needed.


  • Federal work study is required.
  • Excellent people skills.
  • Open to and respectful of people of all faiths and perspectives. This is not a position of evangelization or proselytizing.
  • Ability to keep people who come to or contact the R&SCC and sensitive conversations that occur confidential.
  • Legible handwriting, very good spelling skills, and ability to record numbers and information accurately from phone callers.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Highly reliable and responsible.


  • Be a welcoming, professional presence for all people who drop by the R&SCC or contact Campus Ministry by phone.
  • Keep the Reflection Room open for students, faculty, and staff that would like to use it.
  • Assist people in taking out books from the R&SCC branch of Lamson Library.
  • Provide accurate, appropriate information about religious and spiritual resources and opportunities offered on- and off-campus to people.
  • In the Fall, accept and confirm phone requests from people living in Plymouth and surrounding towns for Thanksgiving Baskets, a major community service project coordinated by Campus Ministry on behalf of the University.
  • Assist with light clerical duties as needed—for example, copying materials, updating materials, and designing flyers and bulletin boards (as able).

Contact:  Kathy Tardif (535-2673 or, Catholic Campus Minister, Reflection & Spiritual Care Center, in Samuel Reed Hall Building

Silver Center for the Arts

Silver Center Front of House is in search of building managers and ushers.

Duties include: greeting public, answering questions, taking tickets, handing out programs, helping patrons find seats, and other duties as assigned by House Manager.

Building manager hours vary; shifts will fall between 6-10pm, Mon-Thurs; Noon-6pm on Saturday; noon to 10pm on Sunday;  some Saturday mornings.

Usher hours will vary by event, but mostly evening and weekend shifts. Nights and weekends required.

Please contact Claire McIver at or 603-535-2672 for application or more information.

Academic Term:
Fall 2017 and Spring 2018
Open Position: Administrative Office Assistant
Position Classification: Federal Work Study (preferred) or Student Hourly
Position Location: Hyde Hall, CoBA Office Suite 217

Available Shifts:
Monday 8am – 12 pm
Tuesday 8am – 12 pm, 5pm-9pm
Wednesday 8am – 12 pm
Thursday 8am – 12 pm, 5pm-9pm
Friday 8am – 12 pm, 12 pm-5pm, 5-8 pm

Position Rate of Pay: $7.25-$7.75

Position Details:
The College of Business Administration (CoBA) is seeking a dedicated and hard-working business student interested in further developing their professional skills within an office setting. The ideal candidate will be well organized, detail oriented, attentive, and have the ability to multi-task in a fast paced office environment. This is a front line position that will have regular interruptions by faculty and students as needs arise. Student must be comfortable answering the reception phone as well as greeting & assisting students and faculty with various inquiries and requests. This position will also assist in special projects and event planning as needed.

Position Qualities/Qualifications:

  • Strong computer skills
  • Able to use a multi-function printer, copier, scanner, fax
  • Proficient with the Plymouth State University website
  • Professional, mature telephone and email habits
  • Experience in an office environment
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • A true team player who likes to get involved and learn new things

Please email your resume and cover letter to Bonnie Baker at along with your availability.

SUMMER Position – Lamson Library

Lamson Library Tech Services Department is looking for students interested in working from May22-Aug.30th, with the possibility of continuing on in the fall in Shelving. This position would involve shelving Library Materials such as: Periodicals, Newspapers, books, etc., Sorting and Distributing Mail, and various other duties.

If interested please contact Jenny Reynolds-, Tech Services to set up an interview.

Summer Facilities/Inventory Warehouse Help Needed!  +

Looking for an energetic, enthusiastic student to assist with inventory management and package delivery within our Facilities Inventory Warehouse.  Will train now but looking for summer help through August. May work into long term P/T position throughout the academic year for the right candidate.

MUST be organized, customer service oriented, clean driving record and able to lift up to 60 pounds.  Flexible schedule.

Please send applications to  Kelli Kemery, Assistant Director-Facilities Services at

Applications may be accessed on the PSU Physical Plant website directly or at the following link:

Undergraduate Alumni Fellowship

  • Be able to gain experience and develop skills that benefit you, and the PSU community.
  • Network opportunities with alumni.
  • $1,500 off your tuition Fall 2017, and Spring 2018 ($3,000 total).
  • Serve as an ex-officio member of the PSU Alumni Association Board of Directors.
  • Minimum GPA requirement of 2.5
  • Friday, April 28, 2017, deadline.

Contact Shannon Spaulding at, for further information or if you would like to apply.

Physical Plant
Summer Facilities Help Needed! 

Looking for an energetic, enthusiastic student to help with facilities maintenance this summer. MUST have experience with painting and drywall repair. Flexible schedule.

Please send applications to  Kelli Kemery, Assistant Director-Facilities Services @

Applications may be accessed on the PSU Physical Plant website directly or at the following link:

Physical Plant
Summer Office Help Needed! 

Looking for an energetic, enthusiastic, customer service oriented student for our fast paced facilities maintenance office this summer. MUST have customer service experience and be willing to answer phones, route calls, complete data entry and provide excellent customer service for our main office.  Flexible schedule.

Please send applications to  Kelli Kemery, Assistant Director-Facilities Services @
Applications may be accessed on the PSU Physical Plant website directly or at the following link:

Admissions Office
Academic Year and Possible Summer Employment

The Admissions Office is looking for a dedicated student worker that will be able to assist in completing administrative and data entry work for our transfer program. We are looking for a student that has solid computer skills, is well organized, mature, and able to maintain confidentiality as they will be working with sensitive student information. We are looking for a student that would be able to work a consistent schedule and may also be interested in increased hours during the summer (summer housing may be available if needed). The position is open to students with or without work study.

All inquiries should be sent to Jeremy Heidenreich at

Physical Plant – “Garden Helper”

Do you like to work outside? Do you like to make the world a more beautiful place? Come work with great people in our many beautiful gardens across the PSU campus!

Duties will include weeding, mulching and general grounds maintenance with a focus on the gardens.

Full time summer employment available.

Please see Human Resources for an application, or contact Jody Schafer at:

Information Technology Services Computer Repair Center
Computer Repair Center Student Technician Position
Location: Highland Hall – 20 Highland Street Room 011

Minimum requirements:

* Excellent customer service skills
* Intermediate knowledge of computer operation and terminology
* Basic computer hardware knowledge
* Follow all Repair Center guidelines and procedures

Main (minimum) responsibilities:
* Provide customer service to individuals who require the services of the Computer Repair Center
o Able to communicate clearly with basic technical knowledge of computers and software to customers in response to service inquiries
o Assist customer in creating on-line work order when dropping off equipment for service

* Perform basic hardware / software diagnosis
o Perform initial diagnosis / evaluation and troubleshooting of computer using established procedures
o Able to follow procedures and general directives
o Be self-motivated – look for solutions to problems found

* Eventual expected ability: To replace any hardware component in Dell desktops and laptops and Tier 1 and 2 hardware in Apple laptops
* Other duties as required

Work hours will be within the following timeframe: Mon – Fri between 10:00 and 4:00
Training is provided in all areas of responsibility
Expanded position description provided upon hire

Hunter Jarvis * 603-535-3499 *

ITS Department
JOB TITLE: Student Technologist
Reports to (Position): Digital Creation Technologist and Instructional Technologist

Position Summary (General Descriptions/Primary Purpose):
The Student Technologist will work closely with the Academic Technology Team to support the use of current technologies and new technology initiatives on campus. This position will offer support for 3D printing, large format printing, web development and design, and other technologies in the open labs.

Hours: 10 hrs/week Pay: $7.25/hr

View complete position description here –  Apply Online

Federal Work Study Positions available through our Community Service Office.

PSU encourages students to participate in community service activities. Several paid, federal work study opportunities are available through the Community Service Center. If you have been awarded federal work study and are interested in working with a community service organization, please contact Jessica Dutille at 603-535-2372. Most positions are located off-campus; reliable transportation is needed.

Below is a listing of positions that are available for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.
Federal Work Study Required

Agency: Russell Elementary School
Contact: Margaret Grass, Program Director,
Phone: 786-9591
Address: 195 School Street Rumney, NH
Position Description: After school tutor.
Requirements: Fingerprinting, background check
Hours: M-F, 2:30-5:15pm
Pay: $7.50
Number of Positions to fill: 5

Agency: Campton Parks and Recreation
Contact: Lisa Ash
Phone: 254-7339
Address: 1110 NH Route 175 Campton, NH 03223
Position Description: After school tutor.
Requirements: Fingerprinting, background check, training
Hours: M-F, 2-5pm
Pay: $7.75
Number of Positions to fill: 20+

Agency: Communities for Alcohol- and Drug-free Youth (CADY)
Contact: Deb Tobine, Outreach Coordinator
Phone: 603-536-9793
Address: 94 Highland Street Plymouth NH 03264
Position Description:
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who are able to be a team player, have a positive attitudes and who are positive role models for teenagers. We also ask for individuals who are willing and able to share the mission and values of our organization. Duties include: office coverage (phones/material organization/event planning); Youth program(s) supervision; etc.
Requirements: Background check
Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm, occasionally evenings
Pay: $7.75/hr.
Number of Positions to fill: 1-3

Agency: Newfound Area School District- Project Promise
Contact: Jennifer Dayhoof, Director
Phone: 744-6006 ext. 1519
Address: 150 Newfound Road Bristol, NH 03222
Position Description: As a General Program Aide, staff are responsible for facilitating the daily operation of program activities.
Daily activities include: -leading community time and team building activities -assisting students with their homework -supervising students during enrichment activities -employing basic classroom management techniques -running activities during transitional times Staff are also expected to build meaningful mentor relationships with students, model positive behavior, and assist in conflict resolution between students.
Requirements: Background check and orientation
Hours: M-Th, 2-5:30pm
Pay: $7.75
Number of Positions to fill: 12

Agency: Plymouth Parks and Recreation
Contact: Lisa Ash
Phone: 536-1397
Address: 43 Old Ward Bridge Road Plymouth, NH 03264
Position Description: After school tutor.
Requirements: Fingerprinting, background check, training
Hours: M-F, 3-5pm
Pay: $7.75
Number of Positions to fill: 20+

Agency: Warren Village School Explorers Program
Contact: Mary Doyle, Program Director
Phone: 764-5538
Address: 11 School Street Warren, NH 03279
Position Description: Assist with K-8 grade After School Program. Help supervise and organize students.
Requirements: Fingerprinting, background check, training
Hours: M, Tu, W, Th, F 2:45-5:45pm
Pay: $7.25
Number of Positions to fill: 2

Panther Pride Ambassadors – University Advancement Calling Program

University Advancement seeks confident and enthusiastic students with excellent communication skills. Panther Pride Ambassadors are proud representatives of the University who enjoy connecting with alumni and friends via phone to share stories and learn about the experiences of others. Our mission is to spread Panther Pride by strengthening our Panther network through meaningful and memorable conversations. We make calls for many reasons including alumni updates, fundraising, event invitations, surveys, volunteer opportunities, and special projects

Panther Pride Ambassadors must work a minimum of two shifts per week. Calling shifts are Sunday 5-9 p.m. and Monday through Thursday 6-9 p.m.

Work Study preferred.

Benefits to you: Build marketable communication, negotiation, and sales skills; make a difference in the lives of current students; connect with alumni who care about Plymouth State; enhance your résumé; excellent work environment.

Minimum Qualifications: Students must be dependable, motivated, and have a strong work ethic, as well as a desire to enhance his/her communication skills. Must possess a friendly, sincere attitude and polished telephone etiquette. Consistent availability during scheduled calling times is required. Enthusiasm for sales, philanthropy, and fundraising for a great cause are a must.

Interested candidates can learn more and apply online at or contact Brenda Shively ’13, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, at for more information.

Summer / Fall 2016 – Integrated Clusters

Title: Integrated Clusters Communication Coordinator

Are you a strong writer? Can you find and tell a story? Does the idea of innovation excite you?

Join our integrated clusters communication team and be a part of transforming our community around our new integrated clusters vision. If you are interested in a career in communications, public relations or marketing, you should apply.

In this position, you will gain great experience working directly with the integrated clusters communications consultant and cluster guides to communicate internally about everything clusters. This is a brand new position so you can help shape it! Some responsibilities include:

  • * Write and create interesting content (including Yammer content, blogs, video, photos, website, etc.)
  • * Work with existing social media platforms and potentially new platforms
  • * Produce short informative videos
  • * Gather information about what’s happening across our seven integrated clusters
  • * Provide database & CRM (salesforce, Constant Contact) support to help our communication efforts
  • * Assist with event creation and management
  • * Act as a cluster ambassador to help educate students about the transformation
  • * Engage with the faculty community and understand what they are working on as it relates to clusters

Required Skills

  • * Excellent writing skills
  • * Excellent interpersonal skills
  • * Self-starter/self-motivated

Desired Skills

  • * Ability to think outside the box in order to accomplish goals
  • * Creativity
  • * Photography and video production experience a plus
  • * Event planning experience a plus
  • * Graphic design experience a plus

Must be able to commit to 5-10 hours per week for an entire semester. Both Work Study and students without Work Study are encouraged to apply. This position may also meet the internship requirement for credit if desired.

Interested? Submit your resume and writing sample to Denise Hutchins –

About our Integrated Clusters: PSU is embarking on a mission to transform its campus and create a first-of-its-kind university organized around integrated clusters. The goal is to provide an interdisciplinary and innovative learning environment. Students, faculty and community will connect to solve real-world challenges that will benefit people and organizations at all levels.


Work for us! At the ITS Help Desk, we are always looking for self-motivated, technically skilled, and service-oriented students to join our team. If you are interested in working for Information Technology Services, visit us in Lamson Library or complete the form below and submit it.

Student Worker Application


Redwood Student Coaches deliver and facilitate programing that aligns with the vision, learning outcomes and goals of Residential Life and Student Affairs. Successful Redwood Student Coaches must be:
• Able to quickly establish rapport and build relationships with peers
• Comfortable speaking and presenting to small and large groups
• Patient, with a proven customer service orientation
• Open to receiving and giving feedback
• Passionate about reading and learning new concepts
• Positive and upbeat, with a willing attitude
• Resilient; not afraid to take risks, make mistakes, learn from them, and try again
• Willing to ask for support and help whenever needed

• Attend and participate in staff training and student move-in from August 19th to August 28th (Move-in weekend).
• Develop and implement programs aligned with program protocols, goals and guidelines
• Coach students and staff on the Redwood professional planning process
• Complete assigned readings and preparations required to deliver programs and activities accurately
• Complete required documentation and reporting activities on time and accurately
• Participate in collaborative exercises with other peer and professional staff
• Maintain active engagement with PSU email account to ensure timely responses within one work day
• Complete other duties as assigned

• Full academic year (semester) commitment
• Have Work-Study award through Financial Aid that allows for 8-10 hours paid per week
• Have a GPA of 3.00 or higher in the most recent 2 semesters.
• Available to work a minimum of 8-hours (maximum of 10 hours) weekly through the semester.
• Business casual dress required at work
• Remain in good academic and judicial standing at PSU

Click here to fill out the application
Please contact Adrienne Boertjens at if you have any questions

Office of Environmental Sustainability (OES)
Work Study Positions AvailableThe Office of Environmental Sustainability at PSU is the home of active programs that strive to work collaboratively with on and off-campus partners to improve the University’s relationship with the environment. Office staff work on both technological and behavioral elements of sustainability to achieve these goals, and serve as a primary point of contact for inquiries into sustainability issues at PSU.Media Specialist – The Office of Environmental Sustainability (OES) is looking for a student worker with multi-media skills to help document and promote the many sustainability efforts underway at Plymouth State University. The work will include capturing photographs and video of OES and campus sustainability related activities, including showing residents, classes, staff, student workers, and clubs engaged on efforts on and off campus in many ways. The finished product will be a series of photos and a promotional video that can be used to communicate PSU’s commitment to being more sustainable and the fun of being involved with these exciting projects. OES is an active group of students, staff, and faculty working to improve the PSU community’s relationship with the environment in diverse ways, and we work with many students to create a positive and productive working environment that enables students to develop their professional skills by working on projects essential to the University. This position is available through work-study funding.

Marketing Coordination – The Office of Environmental Sustainability (OES) is looking for a student worker with skills in marketing to help promote the many sustainability efforts underway at Plymouth State University. The work will include assisting OES staff in the development and implementation of a marketing plan for OES that improves knowledge of our efforts among the PSU community of students, staff, and faculty, and other duties as assigned relating to public relations efforts. OES is an active group of students, staff, and faculty working to improve the PSU community’s relationship with the environment in diverse ways, and we work with many students to create a positive and productive working environment that enables students to develop their professional skills by working on projects essential to the University. This position is available through work-study funding. Please contact to express your interest in this position, which will be open until filled.

Sustainability Program Coordinator –

The Sustainability Program Coordinator works in close collaboration with the Director of the Office of Environmental Sustainability and serves as the primary organizer and point of contact in OES for programs to encourage sustainable behavior. Duties in OES include:

  • Participating in the design of education / outreach programs
  • Preparing materials and supplies for programs
  • Scheduling programs
  • Publicizing our activities to encourage participation and cooperation among students, staff, and faculty, including posting signs on campus
  • Developing creative means for delivering messages to the campus community

The Sustainability Program Coordinator also engages in other events and activities in support of the OES efforts as needed. To achieve program goals the Coordinators and the Director of the Office of Environmental Sustainability will have weekly meetings at a time TBD.

Please contact Brian at bweisenhauer@plymouth.eduto express your interest in any of these positions, which will be open until filled.

For more information on sustainability at Plymouth State University visit

ITS Help Desk

T he ITS Help Desk is now accepting student worker applications. Our online application may be accessed on our Information Technology Services webpage at:
Questions should be directed to Steve Cramton at


Sodexho Food Services. Duties include dish room work and general foodservice help. Pay starts at $8.75 an hour.

Contact Sandy Marrotte in person at the dining hall.


April 7th, 2014 by Eric

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