Find an On-Campus Job

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Emmanuel College has a robust on-campus employment program and our Boston location is ideal for finding jobs in the local community. On-campus employment opportunities are available in our academic offices, residence halls and administrative offices.

Why work on campus?

Personal and Professional Growth: When thinking about the impact of outside the classroom experiences, Emmanuel seniors were most likely to think that their career-oriented experiences contributed the greatest to their overall learning and personal development.​ 73% reported that their student employment experience contributed greatly to their personal growth.

Connection to Campus: Working on-campus allows students to make connections to other students, professional staff, and faculty.

Career Exploration: Students who work on campus are exposed to a wide range of fields including, higher education, library science, finance, business operations, human resources, and more.

If you are new to working on campus, please use the below guide.

Please review the steps for securing on-campus employment:

To apply to on-campus jobs, you must have a new first-year resume uploaded to HireSaints. Below are files to help you get started including the required resume template, a list of common job duties, and a First Year resume guide.

Use the First Year Sample by saving it to your computer and replacing the sample information with your own info. You can edit the document as needed to best reflect your experience.

Once you complete your resume, use the button below to upload your resume to HireSaints (select “Add Resume” on the homepage).

You will not be able to apply to any jobs until your resume has been approved.

Your Resume will be reviewed and approved within 24 hours.

Once your resume has been approved in HireSaints, you can use the button below to apply to positions (we encourage to you apply to multiple postings!)

  1. Always apply to multiple positions – you may not get your first choice job so it’s important to make sure you have multiple applications to different positions submitted.
  2. Recruiting for most positions begins in August. While new positions will be posted into September, the vast majority of hiring occurs before the semester begins. If you think you want to work on campus in the fall, start applying in August.
  3. You can follow-up directly with employers to get updates on your application!
  4. Don’t wait to seek help! Our Career Advisors and Career Peers are available to help you with your search! Use the yellow button at the top of this page to make an appointment!

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Additional Important Information

Federal Work-Study (FWS) is a federally subsidized program that provides opportunities for employment in order to help with educational expenses. The FWS amount on your award letter reflects your maximum FWS potential academic year earnings.

Students who choose to work are paid every two weeks for hours worked. Due to this, FWS cannot be deducted from your bill. 

Please note, students awarded FWS are not required to work nor guaranteed employment.

Students are paid on a bi-weekly pay cycle. Students enter their time electronically through ADP Workforce Now, and may also use the system to view their pay statements and tax information. Instructions on how to set up ADP will be provided to students when hired.

Students may elect to have Direct Deposit set up, or have a check sent to their address. Your bank may need to clear direct deposit requests, which may result in your first paycheck being sent to your address.

Should you prefer to work off campus, our desirable Boston location affords students the opportunity to seek employment within a short walk from campus.

You must have the following to complete your employment paperwork: I-9M-4W-4 and Direct Deposit Authorization.

  • Valid original identification such as driver’s license and Social Security Card, or a U.S. passport. You may view a list of acceptable documentation as determined by the federal government at on the I-9 form.
  • Voided check or direct deposit form from your bank.

Student employment and Federal Work-Study is not deducted from the bill. Students will receive a paycheck directly deposited into their bank account every two weeks.

Are students placed into jobs?

No. The College does not place students in jobs. All openings are posted on HireSaints.

How many hours can a student work?

Students can work a maximum of 12 hours per week. If a student works multiple jobs, the total number of hours per week across all jobs an not exceed 12.

On-campus employers looking to hire students, please email for more information.


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Contact & Location


Leslie Ferrick McCafferty Career Center
WSC 316
400 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115


Monday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm