PEOPLE & CULTURE (HR)

On Campus Jobs

Guidelines for student employment

-Student workers may not work more than a total of 28 hours per week.
-Student workers are not eligible for unemployment compensation benefits.
For more information on student employment please see the Employement Handbook for Students.


Housekeeping Worker (Housekeeping, Stock, & Floor Care)


DepartmentPhysical Plant
Date ListedNov 14, 2019 1:43 PM
ContactEsther Henrie, (717) 823-3225, ehenrie@lbc.edu
LocationLBC Lancaster Campus
DescriptionHousekeeping: Cleaning various buildings on campus, which includes maintaining restrooms, dorm bathrooms, lobbies, staircases, entrances, trash, etc. Stock: Stocking Housekeeping closets, maintaining vacuums, laundry, organizing closets, etc. Floor Care: Cleaning, stripping and waxing, and extracting floors. Maintaining floor care equipment.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeThe Housekeeping Department is looking for workers 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 Housekeeping standards, however some prior knowledge of Housekeeping is strongly encouraged. You will be handling/surrounded by chemicals, dust, etc. in every Housekeeping department, so please consider your health if that will be a hindrance to your work.
Approximate hours10-28
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Dining Services and Cafe Workers


DepartmentDining Services
Date ListedNov 6, 2019 3:20 PM
ContactKirk Whitworth, (717) 540-8200 ext. 5409, kwhitworth@lbc.edu
LocationODC, Hollee's, Bennee's
Description

Dining services is hiring food service workers! Starting pay is $8.00/hr in the cafes and $9.00/hr in the ODC. All employees receive a 20% discount on purchases in Bennee’s and Hollee’s, as well as free meals when you are working. Note that positions exclusive to the retail cafés are not available. If hired by us, you will be expected to work in the ODC as well as in the cafés. Scheduling specifics are determined by your availability and our business needs. All availabilities will be considered, and no experience is necessary. Below is a brief description of the positions availability. Retail (Bennee’s and Hollee’s): $8.00 / hr

• Assist in preparation and serving of beverages and food items.

• Provide friendly and efficient customer service.

• Hours of operation: o M-F: 8a – 8p o Sat: 9a – 5p, Sun 5p – 8p

• Availability between 10a and 1p is especially desired.

ODC:

• Helps with food prep and service, washing dishes and cleaning.

• Most shifts are in the evenings (approximately 4:45p – 8:30) and on the weekends.

Weekend availability is required for all of our workers. Most weekends you would be scheduled for one half-day shift, but sometimes more may be required. Sunday brunch shifts (11a-3p) are worked in a rotation by all of our workers. Minimum of 12 hours per week is required.

Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeFood Service Experience is preferred but not required. Friendliness and Strong Work Ethic are required!
Approximate hours12-15
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Library Student Employee- Spring 2020


DepartmentLibrary
Date ListedOct 31, 2019 2:11 PM
ContactBethany Fethkenher, (717) 560-8250, bfethkenher@lbc.edu
LocationCharles and Gloria Jones Library
Description

• Be the “face” of the library

• Serve Christ through assisting patrons and promoting a welcoming and helping environment

• Assist patrons with directional, circulation, and general library questions both in person and over the telephone

• Direct advanced problem questions to the appropriate staff

• Inform patrons of library resources (Reference help, ILL, online databases….)
While not helping a patron directly:

• Process incoming materials

• Reshelve materials

• Assist staff as directed

• Assist with the opening and closing of the library

• Assist in other duties whenever called upon as needed for the good and welfare of the total college ministry

Skills/Abilities/Knowledge

• Excellent customer service and communication

• Willing to work on a team

• Good organizational skills

• Detail oriented

• Able to consistently focus on repetitive tasks while being interrupted

• Basic computer skills

• Must be able to alphabetize and organize sequential alpha-numerical numbers

• Have a solid grasp on what it means to work with integrity and “as unto the Lord”

• Please click here for the physical demands of the job

Approximate hours

• Must be willing to work weekends, evenings, preferably breaks, and pick up extra shifts when needed

• Approximately 12-15 hours per week

• Able to attend required team meetings (every other Monday 9:10-10:10)

• Must be able to attend paid training during the week of January 6th.

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Grounds Worker


DepartmentPhysical Plant
Date ListedOct 29, 2019 11:00 AM
ContactTom Higgins, (484) 574-3126, tohiggins@lbc.edu
LocationLancaster Campus
Descriptionmulching, mowing, pruning, equipment operating, weeding, watering, and snow removal
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeStrong work ethic, punctual, basic knowledge of plants, able to work with a team
Approximate hoursminimum of 10 hours required
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Retail Services Clerical Support 1


DepartmentThe Stop - Retail Services
Date ListedOct 25, 2019 11:45 AM
ContactKy-Leigh Leighty , (717) 560-8225, kleighty@lbc.edu
LocationThe Stop
DescriptionGeneral customer service, campus mail run(s), process print jobs and other duties as needed.
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgePrevious customer service experience, general knowledge of Microsoft office (word, excel, publisher & powerpoint).
Approximate hours5 - 15
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Student Experience Student Worker


DepartmentStudent Experience
Date ListedOct 18, 2019 10:54 PM
ContactMonique Burge, (717) 560-8200 ext. 5247, mburge@lbc.edu
LocationEsbenshade
DescriptionUploading videos, running errands, answering phone, data entry, and other misc. office work
Skills/Abilities/KnowledgeAble to work with Microsoft Publisher, comfortable learning new technological skills, knowledge of proper telephone etiquette, quick learner, professional, drivers license and able/willing to drive for errands
Approximate hours5-10
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Patrol Officer - Fall '19


DepartmentPublic Safety Department
Date ListedApr 5, 2019 2:56 PM
ContactRobert Wegman, (717) 560-8200, 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. Higher pay for overnight shifts.
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Parking/Event Staff Fall '19


DepartmentPublic Safety Department
Date ListedApr 5, 2019 2:58 PM
ContactRobert Wegman, (717) 560-8200, 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. Flexible hours that pair well with other on or off campus employment.
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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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