On Campus Jobs


Digital Learning Assistant


DepartmentOffice of Digital Learning
Date ListedDec 11, 2018 8:20 AM
ContactEric Brandt, (717) 560-8200 ext. 5472, ebrandt@lbc.edu
LocationCharles Frey Academic Center, Suite 347
DescriptionThe Digital Learning Assistant will support our Instructional Designers in the development of online courses. Essential job duties include transferring course content to the eCampus to create new courses, resetting existing courses, and reviewing content for accuracy and organization. Special projects may be assigned on occasion.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeThe student who holds this position must be familiar with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, be able (or willing to learn) to navigate and use web-based applications (Google Docs/Sheets/Slides, the eCampus (Schoology), task/project management tools), be attentive to details, be an effective communicator, take initiative, and be able to work independently. An enthusiasm for digital technology and Christian education is a plus! The Office of Digital Learning will provide training in applications and job responsibilities.
Approximate hours10
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CML Student Worker


DepartmentChurch and Ministry Leadership
Date ListedDec 3, 2018 1:33 PM
ContactDevin Jeffers, (717) 560-8251, djeffers@lbc.edu
LocationCML 4th Floor Reception Area
DescriptionThe student worker will act as the receptionist for the department by handling walk-in visitors and scheduling student appointments with the professors. The student worker will also handle clerical tasks for the professors and department assistants such as cleaning the office, making copies, designing PowerPoint presentations, and creating handouts. The student worker will assist with any other duties that are assigned by the Executive Department Assistant.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeWillingness to serve as a team; Ability to take direction and follow through on tasks; Computer proficiency and office experience helpful.
Approximate hours12
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Housekeeping Worker


DepartmentPhysical Plant
Date ListedNov 30, 2018 10:40 AM
ContactEsther Henrie, (717) 823-3225, ehenrie@lbc.edu
LocationLancaster Campus
Description

When completing application, include your top two positions you would like to apply for.


Entry-Level Housekeeper: New to Housekeeping? Position with little or no prior training, skill, knowledge, or experience. Needs to show an attitude of teach ability. Will receive training in process, procedures, fundamental knowledge in housekeeping, and basic vacuum operating. Must work 10 hours a week minimum.


Housekeeper: Returning Housekeeper. Shows basic level of knowledge and understanding of housekeeping chemicals, process, procedures, vacuum operating, and building familiarity. Able to clean at least 2 different buildings proficiently. Knows how to replace soap dispensers, paper towels, toilet paper, and vacuum bags. Able to perform simple tasks without supervision. Must work minimum of 10 hours a week minimum.


Service Assistant: Position with little or no prior training, skill, knowledge, or experience. Needs to show an attitude of teach ability, reliability, and responsibility. Will receive training in process, procedures, fundamental knowledge in trash removal and vehicle and equipment operating. Must have a valid driver’s license, pass a LBC driving examine and have no record of accidents. Must work 15+ hours a week.

Assistant Supervisor: Must have worked Housekeeping previously. Shows a clear understand of housekeeping chemicals, process, procedures, and vacuum/equipment operating, and building familiarity. Able to clean at least 8 different buildings proficiently and train others. Able to change batteries in dispensers, maintenance vacuums, distribute keys, answer calls/texts with questions, prioritizes events, workers, building cleaning. Able to lead a group of workers when necessary. Requires minimal supervision for all tasks. Must work 10 hours a week minimum.


Supervisor: Worked for Housekeeping or in supervisory role prior to position and requires high level of responsibility. Can perform most tasks from start to finish with no supervision. Shows a clear understand of housekeeping chemicals, process, procedures, vacuum/equipment operating, and building familiarity. Able to clean and train others on all campus buildings proficiently. Knowledgeable in all areas of housekeeping, equipment, maintaining the Schedule, answer calls/texts from workers, prioritizes events, building cleaning, and checking workers. Able to lead a group of workers daily and maintains high cleanliness standard. Must work 12+ hours a week.


Operations Supervisor: In charge of day-to-day operations, including scheduling staff each week via WhenToWork and Excel Document, and oversees the needs of the housekeeping workers (work and walk beside them). Must work for housekeeping and in supervisory role prior to position and requires high level of responsibility. Can perform all tasks from start to finish with no supervision. Shows a clear understand of housekeeping chemicals, process, procedures, vacuum/equipment operating, and building familiarity. Able to clean and train others on all campus buildings proficiently. Knowledgeable in all areas of housekeeping, equipment, maintaining the Schedule, answer calls/texts from workers, prioritizes events, building cleaning, and checking workers. Flexible to step in even when not scheduled. Able to lead a group of workers daily and maintains high cleanliness standard. Can make small decisions independently. Sees detail and takes ownership of campus property. Must work 15+ hours a week.


Development Supervisor: In charge of evaluating and maintaining a high caliber of cleaning standards through the daily assessment of time utilized to complete task, cleaning in buildings, expectation for events, and products used. They will. Must work for housekeeping or in supervisory role prior to position and requires high level of responsibility. Can perform most tasks from start to finish with no supervision. Shows a clear understand of housekeeping chemicals, process, procedures, vacuum/equipment operating, and building familiarity. Able to clean and train others on all campus buildings proficiently. Knowledgeable in all areas of housekeeping, equipment, maintaining the Schedule, answer calls/texts from workers, prioritizes events, building cleaning, and checking workers. Flexible to step in even when not scheduled. Able to lead a group of workers daily and maintains high cleanliness standard. Can make small decisions independently. Sees detail and takes ownership of campus property. Must work 15+ hours a week.

Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeDisplay Christ-like character, responsible, manage their time well, willing and enthusiastic to work, take initiative, flexible, teachable, and are willing to invest in our campus and to be invested in.
Approximate hours10-28
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Floor Care Worker


DepartmentPhysical Plant
Date ListedNov 30, 2018 10:47 AM
ContactEsther Henrie, (717) 823-3225, ehenrie@lbc.edu
LocationLancaster Campus
Description

When completing application, include your top two positions you would like to apply for.


Entry-Level Floor Care Worker: New to Floor Care. Position with little or no prior training, skill, knowledge, or experience. Needs to show an attitude of teach ability. Will receive training in process, procedures, fundamental knowledge in floor care chemicals, floors, and equipment operating. Must work 10 hours a week minimum.


Floor Care Worker: Returning to Floor Care. Shows basic level of knowledge and understanding of most equipment, supplies, process, procedures, and campus building familiarity. Able to clean at least 6 different buildings' floors proficiently. Knows how to proficiently manage their time to get work orders or tasks accomplished, and maintain effective routine to get floors cleaned. Able to perform simple tasks without supervision. Must work minimum of 10 hours a week minimum.


Supervisor: Must work for floor care or in supervisory role prior to position and requires high level of responsibility. Can perform most tasks from start to finish with no supervision. Shows a clear understanding of all equipment, supplies, process, procedures, and campus building familiarity. Able to clean all buildings’ floors proficiently and train others. Able to clean hard and soft surfaces, and strip and wax floors. Able to do small maintenance work on equipment. Excels at managing their time to get work order accomplished and maintain effective routine to get floors cleaned. Knowledgeable in all areas of floor care equipment, maintaining the Schedule, answer calls/texts from workers, prioritizes events, building floors, and checking workers. Able to lead a group of workers daily and maintains high cleanliness standard. Must work 12+ hours a week.


Equipment Supervisor: Oversees equipment and works to ensure that equipment-related decisions align with department goals and needs. Must work as floor care supervisor prior to position. Can perform most all tasks from start to finish with no supervision. Can perform maintenance and repair equipment, inspect equipment on a regular basis, keep log book of equipment, Schedule, repairs, and other records, and communicate when parts are needed. Full understanding of all equipment, supplies, process, procedures, and campus building familiarity. Able to clean hard and soft surfaces, strip and wax floors, and any other tasks needed. Can operate all equipment and train and lead other workers. Look for ways to improve our efficiency, equipment use, and save money. Can make small decisions independently. Sees detail and takes ownership of campus property. Must work 15+ hours a week.

Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeThe Custodial Department is looking for students who: display Christ-like character, are responsible, manage their time well, are willing to work, take initiative, are teachable, and are willing to invest in our campus and to be invested in. We will train workers to our floor care standards and machine use, however ownership & responsibility are required skills prior to hire. Worker must also be able to handle large floor care machinery.
Approximate hours10-28
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Stock Crew Worker


DepartmentPhysical Plant
Date ListedNov 30, 2018 10:57 AM
ContactEsther Henrie, (717) 823-3225, ehenrie@lbc.edu
LocationLancaster Campus
Description

When completing application, include your top two positions you would like to apply for.


Entry-Level Stock Crew Worker: New to Stock Crew. Position with little or no prior training, skill, knowledge, or experience. Needs to show an attitude of teach ability. Will receive training in process, procedures, fundamental knowledge in stock crew, and attention to detail and organization. Must work 10 hours a week.


Stock Crew Worker: Returning to Stock Crew. Shows basic level of knowledge and understanding of most equipment, supplies, process, procedures, and campus building familiarity. Able to stock at least 6 different buildings proficiently. Knows how to proficiently manage their time to get work orders or tasks accomplished, and maintain effective routine to get floors cleaned. Able to perform simple tasks without supervision. Must work minimum of 10 hours a week minimum.


Assistant Supervisor: Must worked Stock Crew previously. Shows a clear understand of housekeeping chemicals, process, procedures, and vacuum/equipment operating, and building familiarity. Able to stock at least 8 different buildings proficiently and train others. Able to change batteries in dispensers, maintenance vacuums, distribute keys, answer calls/texts with questions, prioritizes events, workers, building cleaning. Able to lead a group of workers when necessary. Requires minimal supervision for all tasks. Must work 10 hours a week minimum.


Supervisor: Must work for Stock Crew or in supervisory role prior to position, and requires high level of responsibility. Can perform most tasks from start to finish with no supervision. Shows a clear understand of both housekeeping and floor care chemicals and supplies, stocking process, procedures, and building familiarity. Able to stock and train others on all campus buildings proficiently. Knowledgeable in all areas of stock crew, equipment, maintaining the Schedule, answer calls/texts from workers, distributing tasks, prioritizing events, building stocking, and checking workers. Able to lead a group of workers daily and maintains high organizational standard. Must work 12+ hours a week.


Product Supervisor: Must work for Stock Crew in supervisory role prior to position, and requires high level of responsibility. Oversees the stocking management of housekeeping and floor care supplies, equipment, services, and materials through creating an inventory and purchase list. Maintain SDS binders, evaluate needs of campus and direct stock crew accordingly (scheduling & tasks), fulfills work orders, and find new and better ways to distribute, stock, and utilize supplies to save money. Can perform tasks from start to finish with no supervision. Can operate all equipment and train other workers. Consistently leads other workers and maintains high organizational standard.. Shows proficient knowledge in all processes and procedures in Stock Crew and small pieces of housekeeping and floor care. Can make small decisions independently. Sees detail and takes ownership of campus property. Must work 15+ hours a week.

Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeDisplay Christ-like character, are responsible, manage their time well, are willing to work, take initiative, are teachable, and are willing to invest in our campus and to be invested in. We will train workers to our stock crew standards, however organization/orderliness are required skills prior to hire.
Approximate hours10-28
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Facility Maintenance Assistant


DepartmentPhysical Plant
Date ListedNov 9, 2018 8:28 AM
ContactMichael Garland, (717) 569-7071, mgarland@lbc.edu
LocationLancaster
DescriptionAssisting full time staff with mechanical trades in basic electrical and plumbing repairs. Servicing basic Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) needs- filter replacement. Replacing lights, repairing toilets,sinks and urinals. Basic carpentry repairs on Doors and windows. Including flooring, wall repair and some basic painting.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgePosition pays up to $10 per hour based on past work experience, number of hours worked per week and number of semesters worked. Including over the winter and summer break but not required. Ability to use and know basic hand tools and power tools. Read a tape measure and understand basic ladder safety. Follow verbal and written instruction, communicate clearly with supervisor and work independently. We will train you in these areas if you do not! If you have a desire to learn a variety of trade skills and a great attitude you will gain a life long knowledge to serve others with your hands.
Approximate hours10-28
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The Stop Mail Clerk


DepartmentRetail Services - The Stop
Date ListedOct 29, 2018 3:21 PM
ContactMark Blest, (717) 560-8242, mblest@lbc.edu
LocationThe Stop- Lower Miller Hall
DescriptionThe position is responsible for sorting mail and packages, completing the campus mail run, and assisting with other jobs at The Stop.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeAttention to detail, valid driver's license, team player, and ability to multi-task.
Approximate hours10-15
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Office of Alumni Relations Depart. Assistant


DepartmentOffice of Alumni Relations
Date ListedAug 13, 2018 10:26 AM
ContactRodney Carter, (717) 560-8206, rcarter@lbc.edu
LocationUpper Miller
DescriptionThe Office of Alumni Relations Department Assistant will serve the Office through general office support, including verbal and written communications, managing and updating the Office’s social media accounts; assistance with planning and implementing Alumni events, including Homecoming & Family Weekend, Commencement & graduation-related events, and other planned activities; writing and compiling of Alumni updates, stories, etc. for the ECHO publication. Additional duties include: welcoming and greeting Alumni when they visit campus, conduct campus tours for Alumni and special guests as needed, and processing paperwork.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeDisplays a Christ-like attitude; Great customer service and people skills; Strong written and oral communication skills; Event Planning; Computer proficiency required in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; Experience with design-oriented programs, a plus; Self-starter, detail-oriented, and able to handle confidential matters; Multi-line phone experience; Strong editing and proofreading skills; and basic departmental budgeting and administration.
Approximate hours8-10hrs. (variable depending on events)
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Laundry Student Worker


Departmentathletics
Date ListedAug 15, 2018 6:31 PM
ContactAllison Brown, (717) 569-5483, Albrown@lbc.edu
LocationHAC laundry room
Descriptionin-season team's laundry. making sure training and team rooms are clean
Skills/Abilities/Knowledgeorganized, attention to detail
Approximate hours3-9
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Catering Setup and Servers


DepartmentDining Services
Date ListedAug 8, 2018 2:43 PM
ContactDawes Dunham, (717) 560-8269, ddunham@lbc.edu
LocationDining Hall
DescriptionAssist in setting up and serving catering events; You may also be asked to cover for others dining hall shifts from time to time if you are available
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeSome food service experience is helpful but not required; Must be able to work at a quick pace and follow instruction; Must be responsible and punctual; Weekend availability is required as weekends are worked on a rotation basis
Approximate hoursVariable depending on events; Requests for event help will be made at least 3 days in advance of event; Requests to cover shifts may be made the day of the shift
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Night Cleaner


DepartmentDining Services
Date ListedAug 8, 2018 2:37 PM
ContactDawes Dunham, (717) 560-8269, ddunham@lbc.edu
LocationDining Hall
DescriptionCleaning the dining hall and kitchen at the conclusion of the work day
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeSome food service experience is helpful but not required; Must be able to work at a quick pace and follow instruction; Must be responsible and punctual; Weekend availability is required as weekends are worked on a rotation basis
Approximate hoursVariable depending on amount of shifts; Shift schedule is flexible; job takes approx. 3 hours and must be done between 7pm and 12am
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Weekend Worker


DepartmentDining Services
Date ListedAug 8, 2018 2:35 PM
ContactDawes Dunham, (717) 560-8269, ddunham@lbc.edu
LocationDining Hall
DescriptionAssist in providing weekend meals for student body; Duties include washing dishes, running the register, food preparation and serving. Duties are assigned on a rotation basis, so job may change from shift to shift
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeSome food service experience is helpful but not required; Must be able to work at a quick pace and follow instruction; Must be responsible and punctual; Weekend availability is required as weekends are worked on a rotation basis
Approximate hoursVariable depending on amount of shifts; Shift schedules are approximately 9:00 am-2:00 pm and 4:45pm-close (typically between 7:30 and 8:30pm)
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Dinner Worker


DepartmentDining Services
Date ListedAug 8, 2018 2:32 PM
ContactDawes Dunham, (717) 560-8269, ddunham@lbc.edu
LocationDining Hall
DescriptionAssist in providing dinner for student body; Tasks include washing dishes, running the register, and helping with food preparation and service. Dinner shifts are run on a team basis, so duties vary from shift to shift.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeSome food service experience is helpful but not required; Must be able to work at a quick pace and follow instruction; Must be responsible and punctual; Weekend availability is required as weekends are worked on a rotation basis.
Approximate hoursVariable depending on amount of shifts; Shift schedule is 4:45pm-close (typically between 7:30 and 8:30pm)
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Breakfast Worker


DepartmentDining Services
Date ListedAug 8, 2018 2:28 PM
ContactDawes Dunham, (717) 560-8269, ddunham@lbc.edu
LocationDining Hall
DescriptionAssist with providing breakfast to the student body; Help in preparing cafeteria for opening, checking students in at the register, washing dishes, and other tasks. Weekend availability is required as weekends are worked on a rotation basis.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeSome food service experience is helpful but not required; Must be able to work at a quick pace and follow instruction; Must be responsible and punctual
Approximate hoursVariable depending on amount of shifts; Shift schedule is 6:30-9:00 AM
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Athletic Game Management Student Worker


DepartmentAthletic Department
Date ListedJul 16, 2018 9:45 AM
ContactKatelyn Vanderhoff , (717) 569-7071 ext. 5465, kvanderhoff@lbc.edu
LocationAthletic Facilities (Depending on the Game Assigned)
DescriptionAthletic Game Management consists of the set up the home game, working the game and tearing down from the game. The Athletic Department has ten athletic teams that need student workers. These teams are as follows: Men's & Women's Soccer, Field Hockey, Women's Volleyball, Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's Volleyball, Lacrosse, Baseball and Softball. Outside sport jobs consist of ball runners, score keeping, gate and film. Inside sport jobs consist of gate, working the table (scoreboard, stats, etc.), concession stand and possible ball runners. When signing up, please specify what sport and role you are interested in. Any questions can be sent to Coach Katelyn Vanderhoff at kvanderhoff@lbc.edu
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeGate: Good Customer Service, responsible with money and understands basic math. Ball Runner: Enjoys being a part of a game by assisting with the retrieving of soccer and/or volleyball game balls. This person should have some cardio endurance and be able to toss a soccer or volleyball to a player/official. Table: Understands basic math/statistics, follows directions well, good at multitasking, works well under pressure and has a good understanding the game he or she is working. Concession Stand: Executes basic math and inventory skills, is responsible with money and supplies, has good customer service skills and understands how to use basic kitchen skills. Every athletic student worker will be called upon to help with set up and tear down. This will require individuals to be able to lift 15-20 lbs. of equipment, if necessary.
Approximate hoursSingle Games Estimate 4 Hours / Double Headers Estimate 6 Hours
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Parking/Event Staff Fall '18


DepartmentPublic Safety Department
Date ListedApr 16, 2018 2:43 PM
ContactRobert Wegman, (717) 560-8200 ext. 5338, rwegman@lbc.edu
LocationCampus-Wide
DescriptionServe as the college’s representative to greet, guide, assist, & inform guests, students, & employees attending college events. Primary responsibility will be to assist with parking direction, traffic control, and crowd control during events.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeExcellent customer service / communication skills, ability to work outside in all weather conditions. Position requires walking, standing for significant lengths of time Previous exp. not required. Training provided. Does NOT require a driver’s license.
Approximate hoursNot weekly hours. Only works during large events multiple times per semester. Typically 2-4 hrs per event.
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Patrol Officer - Fall '18


DepartmentPublic Safety Department
Date ListedApr 16, 2018 2:42 PM
ContactRobert Wegman, (717) 560-8200 ext. 5338, rwegman@lbc.edu
LocationCampus-Wide
DescriptionServes as a first responder to emergency calls & calls for service. Serve as the college's representative to guide, assist, & inform students, employees, & guests as well as enforcement of college policy, parking enforcement, and applicable state & federal law. Exterior/Interior patrols of the property & buildings. Initial liaison between local emergency services and the college during an emergency. Perform safety checks and any other tasks required to further the mission of the department and College.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeWe have patrol officer positions that do not require a driver's license and some that do. We will hire a mix of licensed officers and non-licensed. Clean driving record with a minimum of 3 yrs driving experience required for the positions requiring driving. Excellent customer service, attention to detail, writing skills. Excellent communication skills, knowledge of proper telephone etiquette Position requires walking, standing for significant lengths of time. No criminal history. CPR/First Aid/AED certification required within 30 days of hire. (We will provide this training if the applicant does not have current certification.) Previous exp. not required. Training provided. Must complete required in-person & online training courses.
Approximate hours8-28 Flexible hours (Wide variety of available hours in evening, overnight, & weekends. Priority will be given to candidates with the most availability. (If you have questions on this please contact the Director) Ideal candidate will be committed to working more than one semester and a minimum required amount of breaks.
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