Federal Work-Study Program (FWS) provides part-time employment opportunities within New England Conservatory to eligible students to help pay for incidental expenses during the year. In order to be eligible for a FWS award, a student must demonstrate financial need, as determined by his/her FAFSA results. The Federal Work-Study program is funded by the federal government with a matching contribution by NEC.

Through the Student Aide Program, New England Conservatory also provides opportunities to those who do not qualify for Federal Work-Study. Students who are ineligible to work off-campus or who have special skills are given priority for these positions.

Off-Campus Job Postings

Boston Partners

Position: Literacy Tutor
No. of Positions Available: 3-4
Supervisor: various
Contact Info: Betsy Kam: betsy.kam@necmusic.edu; 617-585-1111
Job Description:  Boston Partners in Education seeks qualified Work-Study-eligible students to provide literacy tutoring at the elementary or middle school level in a Boston Public School.  Boston Partners in Education provides training, placement and on-going support throughout the school year.  Paid training and transportation.
Qualifications: Must be eligible for Federal College Work-Study, interested in teaching young children, and available during public school hours. 
To Apply: Contact Betsy Kam in the Financial Aid Office for further information.

Tutors for All

Tutors for All is now accepting applications for Tutoring positions for the fall semester at Codman Academy, Mass General Hospital, and the East Boston YMCA. Apply now to join an award-winning team of tutors and bridge the achievement gap in Boston! To apply, complete our online application: www.tutorsforall.org/tutoring.

Position: Codman Academy math, literacy, or MCAS Prep for 9th and 10th graders
Where: 6 Epping Street, Dorchester, MA
How: Red Line to Shawmut, 22 Bus from Ruggles
When: Saturdays, 8:30am -12:45pm
Payrate: FWS starts at up to $12 an hour

Position: MGH Academic Coach in Math, literacy, and high school courses
Where: 101 Merrimac Street, Boston, MA
How: Green/Orange Line to North Station, Red Line to Charles/MGH
When: Tuesday and/or Thursdays, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Payrate: FWS starts at up to $12 an hour

Position: YMCA math tutor for 3rd through 5th graders
Where: 195 Leyden St, East Boston, MA
How: Blue Line to Orient Heights
When: MW or TTh (tbd), 2:30 to 5:30 PM
Payrate: FWS starts at up to $13 an hour

Position: Maurice Tobin Elementary School Individualized instruction in math for 7th and 8th Graders
Where: 40 Smith Street, Boston, MA
How: Orange Line to Roxbury Crossing, Green Line to Brigham's Circle
When: Tuesday and Thursdays, 1:30pm - 4:00pm
Payrate: FWS starts at up to $12 an hour

On-Campus Job Postings

Performance Services, Box Office

Title: Usher
No. of Positions Available: multiple   
Supervisor: Joe Walker & Natalie Wheeler
Contact: boxoffice@necmusic.edu
Job Description:  Become an usher at NEC’s Jordan Hall, one of the world’s best concert halls. Ushers need to be respectful, courteous, and professional.
Qualifications: Proficiency with English language required.  Past customer service experience is preferred. 
How to Apply: Stop by the box office in person to fill out a short application. If you are interested, please stop by as soon as possible because positions fill very quickly.

Financial Aid

Title:  Departmental Assistant
No. of Positions: 2
Supervisor:  Betsy Kam, Lauren Flaherty
Contact:  617-585-1110; betsy.kam@necmusic.edu
Job Description:  Provide support to front office by answering phones, dealing with walk-in concerns and questions, filing, copying, and other projects as needed.
Qualifications:  Applicant must possess good computer skills; pleasant personality; and ability to communicate well with students, parents, faculty and staff. Must be sensitive to and respectful of personal and confidential information. Previous office experience helpful. Must be eligible for Federal Work-Study
How to Apply:  Bring employment history and fall, 2015, schedule to the Financial Aid Office to schedule an interview.

Human Resources

Title: Human Resources Assistant
No. of Positions Available: 1       
Supervisor: Eduardo Ramos
Contact: 617-585-1230
Job Description: Assist Human Resources with various projects as well as perform general office duties such as: answer phones, sort mail, file records, update bulletin boards, printing, copying and collating documents, and data entry. Cover front desk, phone, and some clerical duties during staff absences.
Casual but busy work atmosphere. Hours are flexible, but candidate must be willing to follow an agreed-upon work schedule.
Qualifications: Candidate must be a graduate, GD, AD, or doctoral student. Prior office work experience is preferred.  Microsoft Office a plus, but will train if needed.  Numeric data entry experience a plus.  Pleasant and friendly attitude required; must be able to address all levels of Faculty and Staff comfortably.  Attention to detail is a must. Confidentiality and discretion are essential.  The individual hired will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement.
How to Apply: If interested please bring resume to the Human Resources office, Room203 in the St. Botolph Building or e-mail resume to hrstaff@necmusic.edu

2015-05-20


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