Student Employment

  • Campus Center - Student Staff

    Campus Center - Student Staff

  • Campus Center - Student Staff

    Campus Center - Student Staff

  • Campus Center - Student Staff

    Campus Center - Student Staff

  • Campus Center - Student Staff

    Campus Center - Student Staff

  • Campus Center - Student Staff

    Campus Center - Student Staff

  • Campus Center - Student Staff

    Campus Center - Student Staff

  • Campus Center - Student Staff

    Campus Center - Student Staff

 

The Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations offers work opportunities designed to help off-set the cost of education while providing students with valuable work experience. In addition to the staffing and upkeep of the Campus Center, we pride ourselves in offering career-enhancing opportunities and fostering leadership development, transferrable life skills, and personal and career development.

Student employees perform invaluable services with enthusiasm, dedication, and initiative. The Office of Event Services & Campus Center Operations depends on the contributions of this reliable workforce for the efficient operation of the Office and Campus Center facility.


ELIGIBILITY:

  1. You must be enrolled as a Stockton Student and have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
  2. Due to training conflicts and other overlapping commitments, we are unable to hire T.A.L.O.N.S., Residential Assistants (RAs), or athletes. If you are a member of one of these groups and wish to be a part of our staff, you will need to make a choice about your commitment.
  3. In addition, student employees cannot be listed on more than one payroll, therefore, you cannot hold two on-campus positions.

Event Services Positions

We are NOT currently accepting applications for this position

Event Services Assistants (ESAs) work in the Office of Event Services & Campus Center Operations (Campus Center Suite 241).

Responsibilities:

  • Answering phones.
  • Scheduling study group rooms utilizing 25live software.
  • Delivering notices.
  • Picking up and delivering mail to mailroom.
  • Filing.
  • Shredding of confidential documents.
  • Assisting with the maintenance of kiosks and event related signage.
  • Provide on-site assistance at events (i.e. greeting guests to event location, event decoration, and basic setup).
  • Sign and swipe in and out.
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor (s).

Learning Outcomes:

  • consistently and effectively communicate, interact with and deliver exceptional customer service as they interact with a diverse customer base. 
  • effectively utilize technology applications as an information resource and to deliver services.
  • develop transferrable personal life skills that promote healthy choices, career readiness, and meaningful engagement as a result of participation in training, in-service and teambuilding activities.

Hours of Employment:

Availability to work a minimum of 10 hours a week during regular office hours of operation:

Academic year: Monday - Friday 8:30 am-5 pm

Summer: Monday -Thursday 8:00 am-5:15 pm

Qualifications:

  • Must be enrolled as a full time student (12 credits or more), during period of Employment and maintain a GPA of 2.0.
  • Experience in an office setting and computer skills beneficial.
  • Must be reliable, friendly and responsible.
  • Excellent phone etiquette a must.

Compensation:

$10.00 per hour. 

Employment Dates:

September – May

Questions:

Contact Lauren Rizzo-Heiler, 609-652-4878

How to Apply:

Visit Event Services & Campus Center Operations (CC-241) for an application packet.

We are NOT currently accepting applications for this position

Student Schedulers work in the Office of Event Services & Campus Center Operations (Campus Center Suite 241).

Responsibilities:

  • Utilizes the 25Live scheduling system to reserve facilities and support services for campus events.
  • Develops room layout diagrams through the use of Meeting Matrix.
  • Initiates work order requests through established e-mail distribution lists and the use of the School Dude on-line work order system.
  • Assists with event planning meetings and workshop presentations for student clubs and organizations.
  • Provides on-site assistance at events (greets guests, directs guests to event locations, decorates and adjusts room setups as needed.)
  • Attends mandatory training sessions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Learning Outcomes:

  • consistently and effectively communicate, interact with and deliver exceptional customer service as they interact with a diverse customer base. 
  • effectively utilize technology applications as an information resource and to deliver services.
  • develop transferrable personal life skills that promote healthy choices, career readiness, and meaningful engagement as a result of participation in training, in-service and teambuilding activities.
  • utilize established protocols to produce event-related reservations, diagrams, and work-orders in order to effectively communicate needs to service providers, venue managers, and clients.
  • effectively deliver a coherent educational campaign consisting of trainings, workshops, peer- to- peer tutorials and shadowing for new student schedulers, HTMS students and/or student clubs and organizations. 

Hours of Employment:

Shift hours may vary. (Approximately 10-15 hours per week)

Qualifications:

Must be enrolled as a Stockton student during period of employment. Preferred Hospitality and Tourism Studies Program. 

Compensation:

$10.00 per hour

Employment Dates:

During the Academic Year, September – May, possible summer hours if needed.

Questions:

Contact Mary Kate McKenna, Coordinator of Event Services 609-652-4530

How to Apply:

Visit Event Services & Campus Center Operations (CC-241) for an application packet.

We are NOT currently accepting applications for this position

This position reports to the Coordinator of Event Services and receives immediate direction from the Principal Clerk Typist.

Responsibilities:

  • Creating, designing and managing the scheduling of messages for the campus LED signs located on Vera King Farris Drive.
  • Creating, designing and managing the scheduling of messages on the campus television messaging system that airs on Channel 119.1.
  • Assist with editing content and images on the University web event calendar through 25Live.
  • Designing and editing Power point Presentations, instructional videos, room layout diagrams and publications.
  • Office support as needed to greet guests, schedule events in 25Live, answer the telephone, and run errands.
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor(s).

Learning Outcomes:

  • consistently and effectively communicate, interact with and deliver exceptional customer service as they interact with a diverse customer base. 
  • effectively utilize technology applications as an information resource and to deliver services.
  • develop transferrable personal life skills that promote healthy choices, career readiness, and meaningful engagement as a result of participation in training, in-service and teambuilding activities.
  • effectively utilize technology applications to generate web-based content and digital announcements. 
  • effectively utilize, edit, and convert various image and video file types/formats when designing and scheduling announcements. 
  • understand and appropriately apply University procedures and branding guidelines when creating, editing and/or reviewing announcements. 
  • utilize technology to produce three creative visual representations of graphic design work for the development of a portfolio. 

Hours of Employment:

Availability to work a minimum of 15-20 hours a week during regular office hours of operation:

Academic year: Monday - Friday 8:30 am-5 pm

Summer: Monday -Thursday 8:00 am-5:15 pm

Qualifications: 

Must be enrolled as a Stockton student during period of employment. Experience with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After-Effects, and Microsoft PowerPoint required. Experience with Camtasia a plus. Familiarity with manipulating and converting jpg, gif, bitmap, flv, avi and mov files.

Compensation:

$10.75 per hour Undergraduate Student / $10.00 per hour Graduate Student

Questions:

Contact Ginna Petrillo, Coordinator of Event Services 609-652-4654

How to Apply:

Submit a letter of interest and resume to event.services@stockton.edu.

We are NOT currently accepting applications for this position

This single semester academic internship experience reports to the Asst Dean of Students and Director of Event Services and Campus Ctr Operations and receives daily supervision and direction from the Coordinator of Event Services, and Associate Director of Event Services & Campus Center Operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Completes a capstone Management Project for a credit bearing HTMS Internship course requirement.
  • Utilizes the 25LIVE scheduling system to reserve facilities and support services for campus events.
  • Develops room layout diagrams with the use of Meeting Matrix.
  • Initiates work order requests through established e-mail distribution lists and use of School Dude on-line work order software.
  • Assists with event planning meetings and workshop presentations for student clubs and organizations.
  • Maintains a shadow training experience with software technology related to the Hospitality Industry for HTMS students and faculty.
  • Provides on-site assistance at events (greet guests, direct guests to event locations, decorates and adjusts room setups as needed.)
  • Attends mandatory training sessions.(January/February/April/August/October/December)
  • Other duties as assigned.

Learning Outcomes:

  • consistently and effectively communicate, interact with and deliver exceptional customer service as they interact with a diverse customer base. 
  • effectively utilize technology applications as an information resource and to deliver services.
  • develop transferrable personal life skills that promote healthy choices, career readiness, and meaningful engagement as a result of participation in training, in-service and teambuilding activities.
  • deliver academic Capstone information to HTMS faculty and HTMS Internship Coordinator in an organized and logical manner using supportive documentation and visual aids. 
  • appropriately connect experiences in their profession and translate knowledge of business and management into practice. 
  • lead through example demonstrating effective communication skills, ethical decision-making, and behaviors promotes an inclusive environment.  
  • provide at least two examples in job search materials that connect and articulate the internship experience with the achievement of transferrable skills. 

Hours or Employment:

Shift hours may vary. (Monday through Friday, opportunities for weekend hours)

Qualifications:

Must be enrolled as a Stockton student during period of employment and must meet the eligibility and enroll requirements established by the Hospitality and Tourism Studies Program.

Compensation:

$10.00 per hour

Employment Dates:

During the Academic Year, September – May and Summer

Questions:

Contact Mary Kate McKenna, Coordnator of Event Services 609-652-4530

How to Apply:

Visit Event Services & Campus Center Operations (CC-241) for an application packet.

Campus Center Positions

We are NOT currently accepting applications for this position

Operations Assistants (OAs) work at both the Information Desk and the Game Room in the Campus Center.  OAs report to the Facility Coordinator for Campus Center Operations and may also receive directions from the Associate Director of Event Services & Campus Center Operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Providing information to students, faculty, staff, and guests
  • Answering phones
  • Conducting regular building rounds
  • Reporting issues, concerns, etc.
  • Processing ticket sales
  • Lost and Found management
  • Event assistance and supervision
  • Game Room management

Learning Outcomes:

  • consistently and effectively communicate, interact with and deliver exceptional customer service as they interact with a diverse customer base. 
  • effectively utilize technology applications as an information resource and to deliver services.
  • develop transferrable personal life skills that promote healthy choices, career readiness, and meaningful engagement as a result of participation in training, in-service and teambuilding activities.
  • perform regular and thorough building audits and promptly report issues in order to maintain a clean, safe and functional facility.
  • demonstrate a clear understanding of responding and reporting incidents, injuries, and emergencies occurring within the Campus Center facility.
  • interpret event confirmations and accurately fulfill setup or support requests in a timely manner.  
  • understand and consistently execute Game Room management responsibilities including open/close processes and rental procedures.

Hours of Employment:

Approximately 8-14 hours per week; daytime, evening, and weekend shifts.  The Campus Center hours of operation during the academic year are Monday-Saturday, 8AM-12AM and Sunday, 10AM-12AM.    

Qualifications:

Must be enrolled as Stockton student (min. 12 credits) during period of employment.  Must maintain a GPA of at least 2.0.

Compensation:

$10.00 per hour

Employment Dates:

Employment begins in August; regular shifts are assigned during Fall and Spring semesters only, with possible opportunities to work over breaks if interested

Questions:

Contact Maria Gallo, Facility Coordinator at 609-652-4696

How to Apply:

  1. Please submit an application and your resume HERE.
  2. Please download the following Disciplinary Verification Release Form. Please complete the top portion and return to Mario Gallo at the Information Desk OR sign, scan and submit it electronically to Maria.Gallo@stockton.edu by March 22nd, 2019.

We ARE currently accepting applications for this position

The Office of Event Services & Campus Center Operations is seeking a responsible and motivated individual who can work a flexible daytime/evening/weekend schedule. This position is excellent training for individuals who seek a career in higher education, student affairs or public service. It offers hands on experience in areas of: supervision, program planning, event management, marketing, facility management, assessment and evaluation.

Qualifications

  • Candidates must be enrolled as a full time Stockton University matriculated Graduate student during the time of employment
  • Bachelor’s degree with prior experience that demonstrates an understanding of leadership and student development
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong sense of professionalism, enthusiasm, flexibility, organization, and self-motivation
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team to complete projects

Learning Outcomes:

  • consistently and effectively communicate, interact with and deliver exceptional customer service as they interact with a diverse customer base. 
  • effectively utilize technology applications as an information resource and to deliver services.
  • develop transferrable personal life skills that promote healthy choices, career readiness, and meaningful engagement as a result of participation in training, in-service and teambuilding activities.
  • Coordinate meaningful, engaging, and inclusive team bonding and community service opportunities for our student staff.
  • Produce and deliver one presentation to student staff per year for the development of a portfolio.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of all Get Centered programs and consistently and successfully market and implement programs.

For a complete position description and application details, please click here.

How to Apply:

  1. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references by visiting www.stockton.edu/gradcoordinators.
  2. Please also include a signed disciplinary verification form when applying for this position

To view our recruitment poster, please click here.