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Student Employment

Listed below are available student employment opportunities for on-campus positions. If you have questions about or are interested in a position, please contact the contact person in the job listing.

Please note that this job listing is for non work-study positions only. All Work-Study positions must be posted through Drexel Central. For information about Federal Work-Study, please visit the Drexel Central Work-Study page

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The maximum hourly rate for undergraduate student employees is $10/hour and the maximum hourly rate for graduate student employees is $15/hour.

Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, welcomes individuals from diverse backgrounds and perspectives, and believes that an inclusive and respectful environment enriches the University community and the educational and employment experience of its members. The University prohibits discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, status as a veteran or special disabled veteran, gender identity or expression, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions and any other prohibited characteristic. Please visit our website to view all University Policies and Workplace Postings.

Job Title Job Type College Campus Min. Education
Administrative Assistant

Description:

Front Desk Administrative Assistant for the Institute for Women's Health and Leadership,  the Office of the Director. The individual will greet and welcome all visitors in a professional manner which includes: faculty, staff, graduate students and the business community.  The individual will be required to work on various projects that will include the need to be proficient with Microsoft Office programs.  The individual will also perform clerical duties: typing/data entry, retrieving & sorting mailing copying/scanning, filing, running errands on campus, and assisting with event execution.

Qualifications:

Good customer service. Attention to detail. Organizational and communication skills. Ability to work efficiently. Ability to handle confidential matters.

Department: Institute for Women's Health & Leadership

Number of Positions: 2

Location: 2900 W. Queen Lane, New Academic Wing, K Wing

Contact Information:
Melinda K. Johnson
215-991-8192
mjohnson@drexelmed.edu

Part-Time Administrative Queen Lane Junior
Site Surveyor

Description:

General:

Columbus Square Park, located in South Philadelphia, will soon be receiving a facelift in the form of an extensive redesign of many of its spaces and entrances. The concept plan, developed with substantial input from the Friends of Columbus Square and the larger community, is fully funded and anticipated to begin late spring of 2017, to be completed by the end of the year.

The Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Department has retained Drexel’s Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation and Westphal's Architecture and Interiors Professor Jason Austin to perform a study of users and uses prior to the Park's reconstruction. In 2018, the study will resume to observe the changes in the Park's use post-construction; both results will then be analyzed to gauge the efficacy of the park re-investment on usage and neighborhood quality of life. This public life study, in a similar vein to that completed by the University City District at 30th Street Station's Porch, builds off a movement towards quantifying the seemingly intangible metrics encompassing public space use and what effects these spaces have on their surroundings.

Three project surveyors will be present on-site during designated hours (generally from 9:00am to 9:00pm or earlier, depending on the season), to observe and gather data on park users and uses using survey instruments and protocols provided by the project manager. Surveyors will be required to participate in a paid orientation session prior to the data collection to be briefed on the survey methodology and protocol.

The employment for these temporary positions is intermittent, with 9 surveys scheduled per season (5 weekdays and 4 weekends per 1 to 3 month period). Candidates may participate in as many or as few survey session shifts as they wish, schedules permitting. Specific survey dates have not yet been selected, but the following schedule is expected:

  • 9 Summer Surveys (September 2016) [12 & 6 hour shifts, 9:00am to 9:00pm]
  • 9 Fall Surveys (October 2016) [10.5 & 6/4.5 hour shifts, 9:00am to 7:30 pm]
  • 9 Winter Surveys (November 2016 through January 2017) [9 & 4.5 hour shifts, 9:00am to 6:00pm]
  • 9 Spring Surveys (February to early May 2017) [10.5 & 6/4.5 hour shifts, 9:00am to 7:30 pm]

Surveyors will be working outdoors and are expected to dress accordingly. Surveys dates will be rescheduled in the event of inclement weather. Surveyors will be paid at a rate of $10/hour.

Duties:

  • Perform onsite, periodic sampling of quantitative and qualitative park user data including pedestrian counts, observed activities, arrival methods and locations, and other perceived demographics, using provided survey instruments (i.e. use charts).
  • Administer onsite user surveys that ask questions concerning park satisfaction, perception, use, and user demographics. This survey will be administered onsite to randomly selected users. The survey and its instructions will be provided by the project manager.
  • Record observations of park use for observed characteristics not included on the use chart and take notes on these phenomena, including unusual use patterns, duration of stay, and methods of arrival.

Qualifications: Ideal candidates will have a displayed interest in the design of civic spaces, public life, data gathering, and civic engagement, and should have strong written, verbal, and organizational skills. The candidate should also be a creative thinker and able to react in the moment to engage people who may not be initially inclined. An interest or background in urban planning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, or other allied field is a plus. Prior work experience on similar projects are beneficial but not a requirement. Fluency in Spanish and/or Vietnamese is an additional benefit for this specific project neighborhood, but also not required.

Department: Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation

Number of Positions: 10

Location: Columbus Square Park, South Philadelphia

Contact Information:
Hannah Rechtschaffen
215.571.4419
lindyinstitute@drexel.edu

Part-Time Administrative Other No Particular Level
Test Proctor

Description:

General: The Test Proctor is an integral team member of The Office of Disability Resources (ODR) and contributes to achieving the mission in advocating for people with disabilities and providing equal opportunities and equal access to education, employment, programs and activities at Drexel University.

This position is physically located within the alternative testing space on either the University City Campus or Center City Hahnemann Campus. The Test Proctor will schedule, proctor, and prepare exams for pick-up at this location, assisting professors who are unable to give students with disabilities their necessary accommodations due to a lack of space and/or scheduling conflicts. The Test Proctor will gain foundational knowledge of federal and local legislation and university policies which together, guide the provision of disability services at Drexel. Proctors will also assist in processing paperwork to process text books into alternative format.

Duties:
  • Efficiently scheduling exams for students upon their delivery of the Test Proctoring Form
  • Proctoring exams, ensuring students receive their approved accommodations and that the integrity of exams is maintained.
  • Preparing exams to be picked up by professors, further ensuring the security of the exams is maintained.
  • Work closely with other ODR staff members in the creation and provision of books, exams, and other materials in alternative formats
  • Maintain an up-to-date list of on- and off-campus resources
 

 

 

 

 

Qualifications:


Applicants Must:
• Be a current graduate student of Drexel University
• Have the ability to work 8-20 hours per week between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday
• Possess excellent communication, organization, time management, and writing skills
 
NO EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED!

Department: Office of Disability Resources

Number of Positions: 6

Location: 3225 Arch Street and New College Building

Contact Information:
Susan Harmon
215-895-1401
sjh99@drexel.edu

Part-Time Administrative University City Graduate