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Work-Study opportunities are available for on-campus or approved off-campus positions. NECC encourages students to work in community service and/or to find work related to their course of study. To apply for one of the Open Positions listed below, please contact the supervisor directly by email.

FWS Application Process

  • Students can apply for FWS positions by viewing open positions, and contacting supervisors of positions they are eligible for, and for which they wish to apply. If you wish to check whether you would be eligible for work-study, contact Student Financial Services.
  • If hired, a student must complete all required forms and receive confirmation of authorization from the NECC Work-Study coordinator before he/she can start working.

Work Study Job Openings

Academic Affairs Office Assistant

Academic Affairs Office Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Academic Affairs

Location: Haverhill Campus

Weekly Hours: 18

Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Assist with filing, copying, shredding and other clerical duties.
  • Scan documents and digitally upload them into our document management system, TREENO.
  • Other projects as assigned by office team.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with office equipment (e.g. scanning and copy machines).
  • Good work ethic and excellent organizational skills.
  • Basic computer skills and detail oriented.
  • Use discretion and keep confidentiality when handling classified information.

Supervisor:

Nelfa Pimentel

npimentel@necc.mass.edu

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Admission and Recruitment Tour Guide

Admission and Recruitment Tour Guide

Summary:

Department/Agency: Admission and Recruitment

Location: Haverhill Campus

Weekly Hours: 10-14

Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Give tours to prospective students, families, community organizations, special groups, and staff/faculty.
  • Present NECC’s Information Session to groups of people.
  • Assist with large scale campus events such as College for a Day and Open Houses.
  • Provide outreach to prospective students through phone calls and emails.
  • Update social media using exciting marketing strategies.
  • Visit area high schools to speak about NECC, and the process of enrolling in college.
  • Serve on student panels to speak about experience as a student.
  • Other projects as assigned by Admission Office staff.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Have been a student at NECC for one semester by May 2019. 
  • Can work some nights and weekends when needed.
  • Must attend one staff meeting per month.
  • Have enthusiasm, pride and passion for NECC.
  • Strong verbal communicator.
  • Responsible, timely, organized, and self-motivated to accomplish tasks.
  • Use discretion and keep information confidential when necessary.
  • If interested in this work-study position, please follow the application link.

Supervisor:

Ari Chicklis

achicklis@necc.mass.edu

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Basic Needs Assistant

Basic Needs Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Community Resources
Location: Haverhill Campus
Weekly Hours: 10-18
Pay Rate: $13/hour

Job Description/Responsibilities:

This position will support the running of the food insecurity programming and clothing closet at NECC. Duties include: opening and monitoring of the food and clothing closets; organization of the closets; assisting with student access; sorting and organizing donations; assisting with other campus food insecurity programming; assisting with the monthly mobile market; and data entry. Potentially assisting with marketing food insecurity programming and doing outreach. General assistance to the Community Resource, Civic Engagement, 2nd Floor Hub and Counseling offices. Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

Positive attitude; strong interpersonal skills; organizational skills; ability to be use discretion and abide by confidentiality; administrative skills (attention to detail), computer skills (Microsoft Office and e-mail), reliability, initiative, and good follow through.  Available to work on weekdays.

Preferred Qualifications:

Ability to work until 6pm some days desired. Bilingual (English/Spanish). This position will be based in Haverhill, but the ability work hours on both Lawrence and Haverhill campuses is desired. Hours available will be determined based on availability to work on both campuses

Supervisor:

Janel D’Agata-Lynch

jdagatalynch@necc.mass.edu

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Center for Business and Accounting Mentor

Center for Business and Accounting Mentor

Summary:

Department/Agency: Business Administration Department
Location: Haverhill Campus
Weekly Hours: 8-18
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description and Responsibilities:

The students will be responsible for the check-in desk in the Center for Business and Accounting in Haverhill (C Building). They will also be responsible for helping to maintain the Center, helping to set up for events and answering student questions with regards to the services offered in the Center such as tutoring, advising, and registration. Responsibilities include:

  • Greeting students/visitors to the Center and offering assistance.
  • Assisting students with the basics of MyNECC, Blackboard, DegreeWorks, and college email.
  • Acting as an ambassador for the Center and encouraging students to visit the Center.
  • Guiding students to other areas of the college when appropriate.
  • General office work.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Must have successfully completed at least one semester at NECC, preferably as a Business, Accounting or Hospitality major.
  • Must be outgoing and capable of multi-tasking. 
  • Punctuality and the ability to preserve confidentiality is a must. 
  • Hours available Monday-Thursday. Day and evening hours are available.

Supervisor:

Judi Ciampi
jciampi@necc.mass.edu

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Center for Liberal Arts Mentor

Center for Liberal Arts Mentor

Summary:

Department/Agency: Center for Liberal Arts
Location: Haverhill Campus
Weekly Hours: 6
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

The student(s) will be responsible for the check-in desk in the Center for Liberal Arts in Haverhill (C building). They will also be responsible for helping to maintain the center, helping to set up for events when needed, and answering student questions with regards to the center. Responsibilities include: greeting students/visitors to the center and offering assistance; assisting students with the basics of My NECC, Blackboard, DegreeWorks, and college email; acting as an ambassador for the Center and encouraging students in their classes to visit; and guiding students to other areas of the college when appropriate.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

Preference will be given to Liberal Arts majors. Available hours to work are between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday-Thursday.

Supervisor:

Dermot Luddy

dluddy@necc.mass.edu

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Civic Engagement Assistant

Civic Engagement Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Civic Engagement
Location: Haverhill Campus
Weekly Hours: 12-18
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description and Responsibilities:

Employee will be assisting with the civic engagement and careers programming, including: Marketing and promotion of programming (including tabling and social media – Facebook and Twitter, etc.); classroom presentations on the programming; Promotion of civic engagement at NECC; Assisting with promotion and execution of program events and activities; volunteer referrals; General assistance with the Career Center and 2nd Floor Hub services; Assist with the mobile food market each month and other food insecurity initiatives as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:

Positive attitude, computer skills (Microsoft Office and e-mail), administrative skills (attention to detail), experience with social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc.), interpersonal skills, reliability, initiative, and good follow through.  Availability during the day on weekdays is preferred.  The position will be based on Haverhill Campus, but ability and willingness to travel to Lawrence campus occasionally desired.  Bilingual skills strongly desired.

Supervisor:

Janel D’Agata-Lynch
jdagatalynch@necc.mass.edu

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Early College Student Aide

Early College Student Aide

Summary:

Department/Agency: PK12
Location: Haverhill Campus and Lawrence Campus
Weekly Hours: 4
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

The EC Student Aides will be available in the Early College meeting classroom on either the Haverhill or Lawrence Campus daily during the EC course block to take attendance of high school students coming to campus, direct students to appropriate weekly workshops, and serve as a student support person.  Support needs might involve showing a student a room on campus, guiding student to campus resources, and sharing any EC student concerns and questions with EC Administration at NECC.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

Student must be available a minimum of 2 days per week during EC course schedule (12:00-2:00pm) on either the Haverhill or Lawrence Campus.

Supervisor:

Marcy Yeager
myeager@necc.mass.edu

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Fitness Center Assistant

Fitness Center Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Wellness and Fitness Center
Location: Haverhill Campus
Weekly Hours: 18
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Check in/out students and staff.
  • Light cleaning and reorganizing equipment.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Must be able to walk with 45 lbs plate. 

Supervisor:

Jeff Mejia
jmejia@necc.mass.edu

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Front Desk Receptionist

Front Desk Receptionist

Summary

Department/Agency: Center for Corporate and Community Education

Location: Haverhill Opportunity Works Building.

Weekly Hours: 18

Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities

  • Greeting and directing students and visitors to the correct rooms.
  • Occasional photocopying and assembling of materials.
  • Answering main department phone line.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Customer Service experience.
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.

Supervisor

Sharon Schoolcraft
sschoolcraft@necc.mass.edu

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Game Staff

Game Staff

Summary:

Department/Agency: Athletics
Location: Haverhill Campus
Weekly Hours: Varies
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Work at various home sporting events throughout the year in volleyball, soccer, basketball, baseball and softball.
  • Work home games as line judges, scoreboard operators and possibly other duties.
  • Additional work may be available within the athletic office area as needed.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Previous participation and/or knowledge in organized athletic events.
  • Flexible hours.
  • Ability to work in high pressure situations.

Supervisor:

Daniel Blair
dblair@necc.mass.edu

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Jumpstart Corps Member

Jumpstart Corps Member

Summary:

Department/Agency: Jumpstart
Location: Lawrence
Weekly Hours: 18
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Attend Jumpstart trainings throughout the year to prepare for service in a preschool classroom (mandatory).
  • Serve on a team with other students and implement Jumpstart sessions 2x/week in a Lawrence preschool.
  • Participate in team planning meetings 2x/week.
  • Review session plans and prepare book and materials for sessions.
  • Attend Jumpstart family events.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Must have availability on M/W or T/Th from 2pm to 6pm.
  • Professional, responsible and reliable.
  • Strong time management, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Experience working with children is a plus but not required.
  • Must have own transportation to get to and from the preschool.

Supervisor:

Wilmary Flores
wflores@necc.mass.edu

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Jumpstart Program Assistant

Jumpstart Program Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Jumpstart
Location: Lawrence
Weekly Hours: 18
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Participate in bi-weekly check-ins with the supervising Site Manager.
  • Assist other Program Assistants with their duties, as the need arises.
  • Office Organization/Materials Management including:
    • Materials inventory & upkeep.
    • Ensuring each team has materials necessary to implement the session plan & team planning scheduled for each week.
    • Clearing & Swapping old materials from team bins.
    • Proper material storage – all materials should be neatly stored away when not in use.
    • Contact supply/materials person on each team if the team’s materials bins are not returned in a timely manner, or to schedule proper pickups, etc.
  • Assembling materials necessary for site manager’s weekly meeting with team leaders.
  • Assistance with Jumpstart NECC’s social media contact sources (Facebook).
  • Publication and distribution of Jumpstart NECC’s monthly newsletter.
  • Other office duties as assigned.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Must have availability Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00 AM -4:00 PM.
  • Professional, responsible and reliable.
  • Strong time management, multitask, communication and interpersonal skills.

Supervisor:

Wilmary Flores
wflores@necc.mass.edu

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Office Assistant

Office Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Center for Adult Education
Location: Lawrence Campus
Weekly Hours: 6-8
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

Assist math instructor during class time (Thursdays from 6-9pm) and/or (Monday and Wednesday, 12:30-2:30); Perform office tasks such as photocopying, organizing, and typing; Other duties as needed.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

Strong grasp of Basic Math and Basic Algebra concepts; Should be able to take direction and work independently on projects; Must be organized, conscientious and possess knowledge of or willing to learn the operation of various office Machines; Have strong verbal communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications: 

Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Excel; Bilingual applicants encouraged to apply.

Supervisor:

Alisa Povenmire

apovenmire@necc.mass.edu

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Student Ambassador

Student Ambassador

Summary:

Department/Agency: Office of Transitional Support for New Students
Location: Haverhill and Lawrence Campus
Weekly Hours: 5-18
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Staff the “Bubble” in the Student Success Center and/or the Dimitry building.
  • Greet everyone who enters the building, and provide directions as needed.
  • Answer questions regarding location of services and/or faculty and staff.
  • Answer questions about processes such as applying to NECC, advising and registration, and making appointments with service offices.
  • Provide short tours as needed.
  • Help with technology onboarding as needed.
  • Be visible and positive at all times to ensure students and other visitors feel welcome at NECC.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Able to work independently and in a small team.
  • Good customer service skills; Spanish/English bilingual is preferred but not required.

Supervisor:

Kirsten Kortz
kkortz@necc.mass.edu

Tiffany Esmerio

tesmerio@necc.mass.edu

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Student Life Club and Organization Assistant

Student Life Club and Organization Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Student Life
Location: Haverhill Campus and Lawrence Campus
Weekly Hours: 6-18
Pay Rate: $13/hour

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Support Student Life staff as needed with office tasks and all club and organization tasks.

  • Update and organize club events and meeting calendar and update club resources as needed.

  • Communicate in person, via the internet, in writing, and over the phone to support the office.

  • Help manage all club paperwork and funding in conjunction with Student Government Association.

  • Plan and implement training sessions, events, for clubs and organizations. 

  • Attend club and Student Government Association meetings as assigned.  

  • Create and maintain informational brochures and updated rosters regarding clubs and organizations.

  • Oversee club cubicles in the Student Center.

  • Hold open office hours to assist clubs and organizations. 

  • Assist with planning and implementing U-Knighted Fairs.

  • Communicate with club executive boards and advisors on behalf of the office as directed.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Available to work some nights and weekends when needed.

  • Must attend one staff meeting/training per month.

  • Available and willing to assist with events when needed.

  • Responsible, timely, organized, and self-motivated and has the ability to keep information confidential.

  • Computer skills, administrative skills (attention to detail), interpersonal skills.

  • Choose  campus to be your main office campus (travel between only as needed).

  • If interested in this work-study position, please follow the application link

Supervisor:

Stephanie Haskell

shaskell@necc.mass.edu

 

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Student Life Leadership Assistant

Student Life Leadership Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Student Life
Location: Haverhill Campus and Lawrence Campus
Weekly Hours: 6-18
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Support Student Life staff as needed with office tasks and any student leadership tasks.

  • Assist with creating a Student Leadership Development Program.  

  • Assist with all tasks related to The National Society of Leadership & Success. 

  • Help with tasks assigned by the Student Government Association advisor to assist SGA.

  • Plan and implement events around leadership under the direction of the Coordinators of Student Life.

  • Communicate with students and college employees  in person, via the internet, in writing, and over the phone to support the office.

  • Help with training club and organization leaders.

  • Help promote and publicize leadership opportunities on campus.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Available to work some nights and weekends when needed.

  • Must attend one staff meeting/training per month.

  • Available and willing to assist with events when needed.

  • Responsible, timely, organized, and self-motivated and has the ability to keep information confidential.

  • Computer skills, administrative skills (attention to detail), interpersonal skills.

  • If interested in this work-study position, please follow the application link to apply.

Supervisor:

Stephanie Haskell

shaskell@necc.mass.edu

 

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Student Life Orientation Assistant

Student Life Orientation Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Student Life
Location: Haverhill Campus and Lawrence Campus
Weekly Hours: 6-18
Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Support Student Life staff as needed with office and any event tasks.
  • Assist the office in following up with students from orientation regarding involvement.
  • Create, organize, plan, implement, and assess events to welcome new students.
  • Send and respond to emails on behalf of the office. 
  • Communicate with new students to remind them of important dates such as academic reminders, class registration, college closed, etc. 
  • Answer phone calls and interact with students to field questions.
  • Assist with marketing and promoting events as needed. 
  • Communicate with students about how to get involved on campus and remind them of event and meeting dates, times, and locations.  
  • Assist with Weeks of Welcome marketing and events.
  • Assist with planning and preparing for spring and summer orientation.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Available to work some nights and weekends when needed. 
  • Must attend one staff meeting/training per month.
  • Available and willing to assist with events when needed.
  • Responsible, timely, organized, and self-motivated and has the ability to keep information confidential.
  • Computer skills, administrative skills (attention to detail), interpersonal skills.
  • If interested in this work-study position, please follow the application link to apply.

Supervisor:

Stephanie Haskell

shaskell@necc.mass.edu

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Student Life Programming Assistant

Student Life Programming Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Student Life

Location: Haverhill Campus and Lawrence Campus

Weekly Hours: 6-18

Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Support Student Life staff with office tasks and event tasks.
  • Create, organize, plan, implement, and assess events for NECC students as directed by Student Life.
  • Send and respond to emails on behalf of the office. 
  • Answer phone calls and emails on behalf of the office. Interact with students and field questions.
  • Assist with marketing and promoting events as needed. 
  • Assist the Student Life staff with events and coordinate additional event staff as needed.
  • Propose event ideas.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Available to work some nights and weekends when needed.
  • Must attend one staff meeting/training per month.
  • Available and willing to assist with events when needed.
  • Responsible, timely, organized, and self-motivated and has the ability to keep information confidential.
  • Computer skills, administrative skills (attention to detail), interpersonal skills.
  • If interested in this work-study position, please follow the application link to apply

Supervisor:

Stephanie Haskell

shaskell@necc.mass.edu

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Student Life Social Justice Assistant

Student Life Social Justice Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Student Life

Location: Haverhill Campus and Lawrence Campus

Weekly Hours: 6-18

Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Support Student Life with decreasing inequities in all areas of the college,  promoting inclusion of diversity campus wide, and establishing a college environment that is supportive of all people.
  • Assist with educating  and spreading awareness around our campus on what social justice means  and what part each member of our campus community can play in promoting a socially just college and even larger, society. 
  • Send and respond to emails, answer phone calls, and  interact with students and college employees on behalf of the office.
  • Create, plan, and implement training sessions, events, and initiatives around social justice to educate and spread awareness.
  • Propose ideas to help NECC move toward a more inclusive campus. 
  • Assist with Leading for Change initiatives and tasks.
  • Assist with Hispanic Heritage Month programming.
  • Create and implement educational campaigns around areas of social justice.
  • Assist with establishing safe spaces for our students.
  • Create promotional materials and literature around social justice initiatives within Student Life.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Available to work some nights and weekends when needed.
  • Must attend one staff meeting/training per month.
  • Available and willing to assist with events when needed.
  • Basic understanding  of Social Justice. 
  • Responsible, timely, organized, and self-motivated to accomplish tasks.
  • Use discretion and keep information confidential when necessary.
  • Computer skills, administrative skills (attention to detail), interpersonal skills.
  • If interested in this work-study position, please follow the application link to apply.

Supervisor:

Stephanie Haskell

shaskell@necc.mass.edu

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Student Life Student Office Assistant

Student Life Student Office Assistant

Summary:

Department/Agency: Student Life

Location: Haverhill Campus and Lawrence Campus

Weekly Hours: 6-18

Pay Rate: $13/hr

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Support Student Life staff as needed with office tasks.
  • Communicate in person, via the internet, in writing, and over the phone to support the office.
  • Update and organize various calendars.
  • Send and respond to emails on behalf of the office.
  • Assist with keeping office publications and website up to date with current information.
  • Make copies, organize documents, type notes, and file paperwork.
  • Assist with event planning and implementing events as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Available to work some nights and weekends when needed.
  • Must attend one staff meeting/training per month.
  • Available and willing to assist with events when needed.
  • Responsible, timely, organized, and self-motivated and has the ability to keep information confidential.
  • Computer skills, administrative skills (attention to detail), interpersonal skills.
  • Choose  campus to be your main office campus (travel between only as needed).
  • If interested in this work-study position, please follow the application link to apply.

Supervisor:

Stephanie Haskell

shaskell@necc.mass.edu

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More Information

If you have any questions regarding any of this information or would like to open a work-study position please contact Student Financial Services at sfs@necc.mass.edu.

 

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