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Job Title Job Type College Campus Min. Education
Office of Disability Resources Test Proctor

Description:

This position is physically located within the alternative testing space on either the Main 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. A wide range of research opportunities will be available to the individual apart from what is described below. We in ODR hope that through the course of working in our office, the Test Proctor’s skills, strengths, and interests will be utilized to the fullest, enhancing their experience with us, and in turn, enhancing the resources, opportunities, and experiences of our campus community members with disabilities.

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.
  • Coordinating the note-taking and audio recording services we provide to students with disabilities on all campuses
  • Working closely with other ODR staff members in the creation and provision of books, exams, and other materials in alternative formats

Qualifications:

Applicants Must:
• Be a 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, and time management skill.  Must be detail oriented with excellent writing skills.

Department: Office of Disability Resources

Number of Positions: 6

Location:

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

Part-Time Administrative University City Graduate