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Student Employment

Listed below are available work study and 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. 

If you are a department that wants to post a student employment opportunity, please view the Student Employment Listing Instructions.

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:

The individual will greet and welcome visitors in a professional manner which includes: faculty, staff, students and the legal community. 

Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs;

Typing/data entry

Copying/scanning and filing

Running errands on campus

Assist with event planning​ and execution

Sort department mail and maintain organization of mailroom/kitchenette

Other duties as assigned​

Qualifications:

High level of customer service.
Attention to detail.
Strong organizational and communication skills.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively.
Possess a friendly and professional demeanor.
Must have federal work study funding.

Department: Drexel Law School

Number of Positions: 7

Location: 3320 Market Street

Contact Information:
Mary McGovern
215-571-4815
mmcgovern@drexel.edu

Work Study School of Law University City No Particular Level
Administrative Assistant

Description:

Answer Phones, copy worksheets and exams, grade quizzes.  Assist faculty.​

Qualifications: Former Freshman Academic Seminar Program students prefered.

Department: Freshman Academic Seminar Program

Number of Positions: 3

Location: 3001 Market Street

Contact Information:
Marna Mozeff
215-895-6291
mmozeff@math.drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City Sophomore
Administrative Assistant

Description:

​The General Counsel's Office is looking for two work study students who can assist us with administrative and clerical duties; answering phones while taking accurate messages, typing, copying, filing, scanning, distributing the daily mail, data entry, campus deliveries and other clerical duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

The OGC is looking for someone who is friendly, courteous, pays attention to details, organized, dependable, willing to learn new skills and has a good sense of humor.  
 
Hours are flexible Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Department: Office of the General Counsel

Number of Positions: 2

Location: The Left Bank, 3180 Chestnut Street

Contact Information:
Vicki L. McKee
215-895-6871
vicki@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Admissions Office Assistant Work Study

Description:

The Admissions team is looking for a student worker to assist with the Admissions Office’s daily tasks. Responsibilities include general office duties consisting of photocopying, filing, data entry and other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to work independently and in a team setting. Friendly, with a good sense of humor. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office: Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. Ability to work at least 8 hours per week. Undergraduate students should have Federal Work study funds money starting Fall term to apply.

Department: Enrollment Management

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Main Building

Contact Information:
Catherine Campbell-Perna
215-895-6713
catherine@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Assistant to Administrative Coordinator

Description:

Administrative and clerical duties; sorting / picking up mail; typing; mailings, scanning, copying, etc; other administrative /clerical duties as assigned​

Qualifications: An ideal work study student in this position is one who can work both independently and collaboratively. Students will help with filing, copying, collating and organizing special projects. Understanding and experience working in Microsoft Office suite, preferred.

Department: Creative Arts Therapies

Number of Positions: 2

Location: 3 Parkway, 1601 Cherry St

Contact Information:
Darin Dunston
267-359-5512
darin.dunston@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative Center City No Particular Level
Assistant to Customer Service Specialist for the Office of University Housing

Description:

Students must be able to answer telephones and preform general receptionist duties (making deliveries around campus, photocopying, scanning, and faxing).

Students must be able to communicate with other students and parents regarding University Housing policies and procedures.
Students must be able to assist in answering any questions students or parents may have both in person and on the phone.
Students must be able to collect and processing confidential University Housing documents with extreme care and attention.
Students must be able explain both the housing application process and move-in/move-out process with an in depth understanding of UH policies and terms.

Students must be able must be able to deal directly with inquiries, conflicts and complaints in a professional and friendly manner.

 

Qualifications:

Student must have:

Work study funds;
 
Excellent verbal skills

Ability to act professionally and represent Drexel University in a calm manner

Handle high stress/high pressure situations 
 
Flexible schedule that can fit within class schedule

Department: University Housing

Number of Positions: 5

Location: Towers Residence Hall

Contact Information:
Phillip potter
215-895-6155, option 1
Housing@Drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Assistant to the Administrative Coordinator: Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards

Description:

​As a work study the position exists to support various functions of the Student Conduct and Community Standards Office. These tasks include (but are not limited to) file upkeep, updating electronic records and occasionally answering the telephone lines.

Qualifications: An ideal work study student in this position is one who can work both independently and collaboratively. This position is one that does require attention to detail and good customer service skills , in addition to one who is capable of handling a fluctuating work load. A basic understanding of Excel is essential as well.

Department: Student Affairs

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Creese 232

Contact Information:
Rosaria Barr

rcb69@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City Sophomore
Athletics- Dragon Shop Sales Associate

Description:

The Sales Associate may be a part-time work study position which is primarily responsible for sales generation. The Sales Associate complies with the Guiding Principles in the areas of customer satisfaction, sales and operations.

 

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Performs on the sales floor
2. Understands and demonstrates Guiding Principles with both customers and team
3. Maintains constant and timely communication with the Store Manager
4. Positively and consistently demonstrates a neat, professional image
5. Consistently demonstrates and effectively communicates product knowledge to the customer
6. Maintains standards in merchandise handling, presentation and loss prevention.
7. Processes all register/POS transactions accurately
8. Performs all other duties and responsibilities as assigned by Management

 

Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Has Work Study hours/money
2. Retail or sales experience preferred
3. Excellent communication skills
4. Excellent customer service skills
5. Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
6. Available and agrees to work a flexible work schedule including nights, weekends, and holidays. Attendance required as scheduled.

Department: Drexel Athletics Department

Number of Positions: 4

Location: Drexel Recreation Center

Contact Information:
Jacob Whitten

jmw452@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Athletics Equipment Room Assistant

Description:

​Assist the Head Equipment Manager in day-to-day operations including but not limited to uniform organization, inventorying, equipment management and some laundering duties. 


Qualifications: Must be work-study qualified for upcoming school year 2014-15. Must have flexible day hours and be able to work at least 3 to 5 days a week for minimum 4 hour shifts. Positive attitude and looking to help the Drexel Athletic department.

Department: Athletic Department

Number of Positions: 5

Location: Daskalaskis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Theodore Bloom
2158956621
tlb88@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Athletics Photography Assistant

Description:

Provide photography assistance to Recreational Athletics. Assist with taking photographs of the various recreation programs, events, and activities throughout the course of the term.


Qualifications: Photography assistants should have prior photography experience. Owning your own camera is preferred.

Department: Athletics

Number of Positions: 2

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
2158956052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Case Author

Description:

The work-study student will be trained in how to author cases using standard traditional cases developed in the past and then load them on the CaseMaster website. The training would be in the Department of Emergency Medicine but once trained the student can work from home logging their hours spent on the website.

 

Qualifications:

The Department of Emergency Medicine is looking for a 4th year Medical Student with interest in medical simulation to become a case author for a new software developed by Drexel Emergency Medicine and Education Management Solutions.

Department: Emergency Medicine

Number of Positions: 1

Location: New College Building

Contact Information:
Keith Kalbach
215-762-2356
Keith.Kalbach@drexelmed.edu

Work Study Administrative Center City Graduate
Center City Library - Computer Lab & Systems Assistant

Description:

Assist the staff of the End-User Technology Support Department (formerly Library Systems) in servicing, updating and maintaining computer equipment and related electronic devices.  

Provide assistance to staff and library patrons on basic computer related questions including but not limited to: internet WWi-Fi​, Microsoft Office applications and web browsing.

Qualifications: Basic computer skills required. Knowledge of PC and MAC computers preferred. Able to handle a variable work flow and multitask when needed. A Federal work-study grant for the 2014-15 academic year is required for this position.

Department: Library

Number of Positions: 10

Location: Center City (Hahnemann) Library

Contact Information:
Shawn Woodson
215-895-6847
libworkstudy@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative Center City No Particular Level
Circulation Assistant

Description:

The Legal Research Center is hiring work-study students to serve as Circulation Assistants.  Major duties include assisting library patrons at the Circ desk (checking items in and out, answering questions, etc.); pulling items from and shelving items in the Reserves collection; conducting hourly walkthroughs; and performing other occasional duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Applicants must be customer service oriented, dependable, and punctual; have a proactive attitude with tasks; and be able to lift heavy books. They must also have good communication skills and basic computer skills. Only students with federal work-study grants may apply. To be considered, please send a brief letter of interest to Patrick Garon -- pjg27@drexel.edu -- and also attach your resume as a Word document. If you have a disability and would need an accommodation, please contact the Office of Disability Resources at 215-895-1401.

Department: Legal Research Center

Number of Positions: 2

Location:

Contact Information:
Patrick Garon

pjg27@drexel.edu

Work Study School of Law
clerical Assistant

Description:

Department is looking to hire (2) students to download grad applications of prospective MS & Phd students.  Computer experience, knowledge of the program NOLIG but not required. prefer (2) students with a flexible schedule.  ​

Qualifications:

sophomore, pre-junior, junior

Department: Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

Number of Positions: 2

Location: 3141 Chestnut Street

Contact Information:
Sharon Stokes
(215) 895-2341
stokessl@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Engineering University City No Particular Level
Computer technician

Description:

​Duties include:

* Assisting with the troubleshooting of computers and printers

* Upgrading existing computers as necessary

* Setting up computers and devices

* Data migration

* Any projects that suit your strengths and interests, including programming

Qualifications: Solid understanding of computer hardware and Microsoft Windows. Preference given to students with knowledge/experience in networking and servers. The ability to lift up to 25 pounds is necessary. Please state if you have programming experience as well. This is a work study position, so please contact me only if you have received or anticipate receiving a work study award.

Department: Pathology

Number of Positions: 1

Location: New College Building

Contact Information:
Dr. Mark Zarella

mark.zarella@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Center City No Particular Level
Dean's Office Assistant

Description:

The College of Arts and Sciences is looking for a student with work study hours to fill an office assistant position in the Dean’s Office. Our office is open 8am-5pm Monday through Friday. Duties would include: answering phones, greeting students and other visitors, scheduling appointments, hanging flyers, filing, and other duties as assigned. If interested, please contact Kristi Kao at kk842@drexel.edu.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate is responsible, reliable, and organized, with good communication skills. Experience with Microsoft Office preferred. Sophomore level and above preferred. Ability to handle confidential matters. Ability to work independently and collaboratively. Must have federal work study funding.

Department: Office of the Dean

Number of Positions: 5

Location:

Contact Information:
Kristi Kao

kk842@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Nutrition Sciences - CINP Assistant

Description:

It is our mission to provide evidence-based nutritional advice to the entire Drexel community for maintenance and improvement of overall health, focusing on the following principles: Lifelong health, Respect for each individual’s needs, and Performance (athletic and cognitive). Center for Integrated Nutrition and Performance (CINP) Interns are responsible for perpetuating the integrity of our mission through their actions and experiences throughout the length of the program. 

Location: Drexel Recreation Center

 

Responsibilities include:

1.     Research and interpret scientific literature.

2.     Attend weekly intern and team meetings.

3.     Assist in the development of nutrition-related presentations.

4.     Create nutrition fact sheets for the CINP website.

5.     Contribute to the development of the weight loss program.

6.     Develop nutrition bulletin boards.

7.     Participate and provide support in the fitness area.

8.     Communicate all important information to our team in a timely manner by phone or e-mail to team and director.

9.     Write a quarterly newsletter article for SH101.

10. Manage the day to day schedule of CINP and programs including Weight Management Program, Dragon Nutrition and Nutrition for a Healthier U.

11. Maintain spreadsheets documenting activities of the Center.


This job description is not limited to the above listed duties, and may be changed at any time.​ 

Qualifications: Junior or senior level undergraduate student or graduate student enrolled in the Department of Nutrition Sciences.

Department: Department of Nutrition Sciences

Number of Positions: 2

Location: Recreation Center

Contact Information:
Nyree Dardarian, MS, RD, CSSD, FAND
2158684587
dardarian@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Nursing and Health Professions University City Pre-Junior
Entry-level Office Assistant

Description:

​This position will assist in daily administrative and clerical duties. Responsibilities include typing, copying, faxing, scanning, filing, campus deliveries and other duties as assigned.​

Qualifications: Looking for someone who is friendly, organized, willing to learn new skills, likes food, and has a good sense of humor. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel is a plus. Hours are flexible Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Undergraduate students should have Federal Work Study funds.

Department: University Facilities

Number of Positions: 2

Location: 3330 Market Street (Building #16), Floor A

Contact Information:
Christie Costantino

clc95@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Equipment Distribution Room Assistant

Description:

 Distribution and collection of recreation equipment, completion and organization of equipment log and inventory, notify users they are responsible for upkeep of equipment and returning of equipment during facility operating hours, educating users on proper footwear to be used on different playing surfaces, assist in answering questions users may have or direct users to the correct person in order to correctly answer questions, being friendly, respectful, and maintaining a presence at all times, ability to assist in reacting to emergencies and executing the department’s Emergency Action Plan​

Qualifications: Equipment distribution room assistants should have strong communication skills and a positive attitude.

Department: Athletics

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
2158956052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Equipment Room Work Study

Description:

​Equipment Room Work Studies will after training:

Create and Set-up equipment reservations for the students of the Film and Video and Television Programs.

Inspect and Check-in returning equipment reservations.

Tech Support Screening Rooms for the Department

Perform weekly inventories on the equipment.

Qualifications: Must be able to lift without straining around 50lbs. Must be reliable and punctional. Must be detail orientated and able to follow check lists.

Department: Cinema and Television

Number of Positions: 20

Location: Basement of University Crossings

Contact Information:
Willaim McNulty and Jaimelyn Sheldon
215-895-0279
fvequip@drexel.edu

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City
Faculty Development / Strategic Plan: Student Assistant

Description:

We are seeking a Student Assistant to provide general office support.  Duties include but are not limited to: assisting staff in basic research through internet searches and phone calls; photocopying; answering phone calls and taking messages; running small errands such as mail drop-off; and general office duties. The location for this position is in Randell Hall, room 234.​

Qualifications: Although flexibility in work scheduling is permitted in order to accommodate exams, term paper deadlines, etc., anticipated changes to working hours should be dealt with as early on as possible. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, and Excel required. Knowledge of campus department locations a plus, but not required.

Department: Office of the Provost

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Randell Hall

Contact Information:
Antonis Asprakis
215-895-4903
aja22@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Fitness Floor Assistant

Description:

Create a world class fitness and customer service focused environment that exceeds customer expectations. Keep fitness Areas clean and efficient. Continuously clean and maintain equipment throughout shifts. Communicate with users regarding policies and procedures. Enforce all fitness floor and recreation center policies. Assist in answering any questions users may have.​

Qualifications: Fitness Floor Assistants should have strong communication skills and a positive attitude.

Department: Athletics

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
2158956052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Freelance Graphic Designer

Description:

Expectations:

Seeking a talented, enthusiastic designer who is able to work independently to provide various types of art; including, but not limited to:  signs/posters, publications, brochures, flyers, postcards, invitations, and logos/branding. 

Designer must be able to:

·         demonstrate exceptional communication skills

·         assess time-to-complete for project

·         work in a fast-paced environment

·         prepare artwork for print

·         handle multiple tasks and deadlines

Must be adept in communicating the following well:

·         Design ideas

·         Design revisions

·         Project content

A strong marketplace is essential to recruiting and retaining today’s student.  It is the mission of Drexel Business Services to operate and expand a marketplace that delivers high quality services that are customer responsive, built on strong internal and external partnerships, and is integral to the financial strength of Drexel University.

Drexel Business Services is a part of the Division of Student Life and Administrative Services, overseeing services for three campuses including campus dining, retail management, the university bookstores, vending, identification card services, the student centers, event services, parking services, printing and mailing services and university housing.​

Qualifications: Experience with Adobe Creative Suites, email, internet and other graphic design tools/software. Graphic design experience or courses recommended. Additional experience that demonstrates the acquisition and successful application of the required knowledge, skills and abilities is preferred. Grammar and proofreading a plus. A portfolio featuring previous work required.

Department: Drexel Business Services

Number of Positions: 3

Location: Ross Commons

Contact Information:
Melanie Sposa
215-571-4537
mas645@drexel.edu

Part-Time Administrative University City No Particular Level
Front Desk Manager for Drexel Individual, Couple and Family Therapy Clinic

Description:

Administrative and clerical duties including but not limited to: answering phone, conducting and disseminating phone intakes,  scanning, copying and helping other administrative clerical duties as assigned. Additionally, this individual will help create a welcoming environment by greeting office guests and providing basic information. 

Qualifications: Computer knowledge; e-mail, Microsoft office applications

Department: Couple and Family Therapy

Number of Positions: 1

Location: 3020 Market Street

Contact Information:
Dr. Erica Wilkins
(215) 571-3409
ejw72@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Group Exercise Instructor

Description:

Lead structured exercise classes (i.e. abs, BODYPUMP™, cardio ‘n’ tone, Spinning®, etc.). Assist with the maintenance of exercise equipment (i.e. body bars, Spin bikes, stability balls, rubber tubing, weights, et​c). Enforce all facility and program policies.

Qualifications: Ability to conduct safe and effective exercise classes. Experience teaching various groups. A basic understanding of strength training and cardiovascular exercise. Knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology. Ability to modify exercise programs for special populations. Good communication skills. Certification from a national organization is desirable.

Department: Recreational Athletics

Number of Positions: 8

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
215-895-6052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Hagerty Library - Archives and Special Collections: Archives Assistant

Description:

​Help to preserve, build, and celebrate Drexel’s history by digitizing historical documents and photographs from the University Archives’ collection. Duties may also include: identifying and describing photographs; labeling, sorting, re-arranging, re-shelving, and entering data; various other duties as assigned.

Daytime availability​ required - Monday through Friday anytime between 8am-5pm.

Qualifications: Computer skills and demonstrated attention to detail. An interest in Drexel history or experience working with historical materials is a plus, but is not required. A Federal work-study grant for the 2014-15 academic year is required for this position.

Department: Library - Archives and Special Collections

Number of Positions: 5

Location: Hagerty Library

Contact Information:
Shawn Woodson
215-895-6847
libworkstudy@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Hagerty Library - Computer Lab & Systems Assistant

Description:

​Assist the staff of the End-User Technology Support Department (formerly Library Systems) in servicing, updating and maintaining computer equipment and related electronic devices.  

Provide assistance to staff and library patrons on basic computer related questions including but not limited to: internet Wi-Fi​, Microsoft Office applications and web browsing.


Qualifications: Basic computer skills required. Knowledge of PC and MAC computers preferred. Able to handle a variable work flow and multitask when needed. A Federal work-study grant for the 2014-15 academic year is required for this position.

Department: Library - End-User Support & Technology

Number of Positions: 10

Location: Hagerty Library

Contact Information:
Shawn Woodson
215-895-6847
libworkstudy@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Hagerty Library - Library Desk Assistant

Description:

​Assisting patrons at the Circulation desk and in locating library materials; shelving books in the library stacks and various other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Good work ethic, polite, friendly demeanor, ability to pick up new skills quickly. A Federal work-study grant for the 2014-15 academic year is required for this position.

Department: Library - Access Services

Number of Positions: 20

Location: Hagerty Library

Contact Information:
Shawn Woodson
215-895-6847
libworkstudy@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Hagerty Library - Metadata & Processing Assistant

Description:

Preparing library materials for circulation, including stamping, barcoding, labeling, and securing books; may include some clerical activities and other duties as assigned.

This position requires weekday/daytime availability (8am-5pm, M-F)


Qualifications: Good work ethic, polite, friendly demeanor, ability to pick up new skills quickly. A Federal work-study grant for the 2014-15 academic year is required for this position.

Department: Library - Metadata & Processing

Number of Positions: 3

Location: Hagerty Library

Contact Information:
Shawn Woodson
215-895-6847
libworkstudy@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Hagerty Library - Print Resources Access Management

Description:

Help to retrieve and scan print material to fill requests from Drexel patrons and libraries from around the world. Prepare packages of materials to be mailed to patrons.  Assist with shelving materials.

Qualifications: Basic computer skills. Detail oriented. Able to handle a variable work flow and multitask when needed. A Federal work-study grant for the 2014-15 academic year is required for this position.

Department: Library - Print Resources Access Management

Number of Positions: 10

Location: Hagerty Library

Contact Information:
Shawn Woodson
215-895-6847
libworkstudy@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Intramurals Staff

Description:

Positions available include Intramural officials, supervisors, and game day operations staff​

Qualifications: Intramurals staff members should be self-motivated and responsible.

Department: Athletics

Number of Positions: 10

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
2158956052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Judaic Studies Program Assistant

Description:

​Support work for courses, public program events, special projects and research assistance. Assistance with mailings, campus postings, errands.

Qualifications: Timeliness, thoroughness, neatness, minor physical work ability.

Department: Judaic Studies Program

Number of Positions: 1

Location: 331 Hagerty Library

Contact Information:
Kathleen Carll
215-895-6388
kathy.carll@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Arts and Sciences University City No Particular Level
Lab Assistant

Description:

​Data Analysis, Literature review for outcomes-based research.  The position involves extensive data collection from the published literature regarding Cytoreductive Surgery and Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC), as well as employing statistical analysis to identify trends in outcomes.  Daily work will include data gathering and identification of risk factors associated with poor outcomes. Accepting the position will require that the student present their research at Drexel Discovery Day in the Fall of 2014.

Qualifications:

The position requires a well-organized, reliable student that is able to work independently. Previous lab experience a plus.

Department: Surgery-Surgical Oncology & Cellular & Molecular Therapeutics

Number of Positions: 2

Location: New College Building

Contact Information:
Deborah Muto
215-762-3451
dmuto@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Center City No Particular Level
Laboratory Assistant

Description:

A work study student is needed to work as a laboratory assistant to perform functions essential to the day-to-day laboratory operation to assist senior students and staff.

Responsibilities include: preparation of solutions, preparation of and sterilization of glassware, reagents and supplies, PCR and gel electrophoresis.  A possibility exists to be involved in projects depending on the interest of the student and skills gained.

We study molecular defects underlying infertility and chromosome mis-segregation in mammals.

Qualifications: Previous laboratory experience desired.

Department: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Number of Positions: 1

Location: New College Building, 245 North 15th Street

Contact Information:
Karen Berkowitz, MD
215-762-1941
Karen.Berkowitz@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Center City No Particular Level
Legacy Center Archives Assistant

Description:

​Assist in growing the online digital collection of the history of women in medicine and the history of homeopathic medicine. Primary tasks are scanning photographs and historical documents. Additional duties may include data entry, inventorying and organizing collections, and other administrative tasks. 

Flexible schedule within regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30.​

Qualifications: Computer savvy (Windows and/or Mac) and willing to attend to detail. Interest in history or experience working with historical materials is a plus, but is not required. A Federal work-study grant for the 2014-15 academic year is required for this position.

Department: Legacy Center, Archives and Special Collections

Number of Positions: 3

Location: United States

Contact Information:
Margaret Graham
215-991-8340
mgraham@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Queen Lane No Particular Level
Lifeguard

Description:

Serve as a lifeguard for the Daskalakis Athletic Center Pool during open recreation​ swim, club team practices, and other special events. Responsible for enforcing all area policies. The ability to communicate with building staff regarding any emergencies down by the pool.

Qualifications:

The following certifications: CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer Lifeguard Training and First Aid The ability to swim 300yrds and exemplify lifeguarding saving skills

Department: Athletics

Number of Positions: 8

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
215-895-6052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Medical data entry support

Description:

​Responsibilities:

Enter data into online database

* Search database for errors.  

* Scan medical reports.

You will be assisting a department in the med school and along the way will gain useful office experience in a clinical setting.

Qualifications: No specific academic requirements. Familiarity with Microsoft Excel is necessary. Reliability and attention to detail are very important. Preference given to students with an interest in medicine or biology, and to those who have already completed HIPAA training at Drexel University College of Medicine. The ability to work at the center city campus is a must. This is a work study position. Please respond only if you have obtained a work study award.

Department: Pathology

Number of Positions: 1

Location: New College Building

Contact Information:
Dr. Mark Zarella

mark.zarella@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Center City No Particular Level
Multipurpose Court Assistant

Description:

 Responsible for monitoring all area behavior and activity. Responsible for awareness of posted policies and rules and ensure adherence by facilities users/members. Maintain and monitor daily usage. Perform set-up and break down of activities as requested by supervisor. Responsible for emergency exit doors and notification​ of supervisor if alarm is disarmed. Knowledge of court reservations with structured sports, organizations and special events. Assist in answering questions users may have or direct users to the correct person in order to correctly answer questions. Educating users on proper footwear to be used while playing.  Exhibiting a friendly and respectful, presence at all times. Ability to assist in reacting to emergencies and executing the department’s Emergency Action Plan.​

Qualifications: Court Assistants should have strong communication skills and a positive attitude.

Department: Athletics

Number of Positions: 10

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
2158956052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Office Assistant

Description:

Provide office support to Athletics as needed. Assist with database entry, filing, updating staff schedules, contact lists, etc.

Qualifications: Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and have above average computer skills.

Department: Athletics

Number of Positions: 3

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
2158956052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Office Assistant

Description:

​The Office Assistant will help to support the faculty and staff of the department with several projects. Knowledge of Excel and word processing are important. Students will help with filing, copying, collating and organizing special projects.

Qualifications: Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc...)

Department: Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences

Number of Positions: 2

Location: Bellet Building

Contact Information:
Ryan Moffat
215-762-7470
rjc32@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Nursing and Health Professions Center City
Office assistant

Description:

The Decision Sciences department of the LeBow College of Business is looking for a few students who can work 6-10 hours a week assisting faculty with special projects and general office duties in the department. 

Qualifications: Excel and powerpoint knowledge a plus

Department: Decision Sciences

Number of Positions: 2

Location: Gerri C. LeBow Hall

Contact Information:
Jenna Pepe

jp3442@drexel.edu

Work Study LeBow College of Business University City Sophomore
Office Assistant

Description:

​The Office of the Dean is looking for a detail-oriented and organized individual to help support the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. The work-study student will report to the Administrative Coordinator​r, and will perform tasks for other Dean’s Office staff as necessary. Our office is seeking a confident and polished administrative helper to represent the College. Hours are flexible, must have Federal Work-Study grant and knowledge of Westphal facilities.

Essential Functions:

-  Serve as a receptionist; direct students, visitors and guests to appropriate offices with The URBN Center and handle general inquiries about the College.
-Sort departmental mail and maintain organization of mailroom/kitchenette
-Assist with organization, storage, and filing for the Dean's Office
-Assist with events and office luncheons hosted by the Dean
-Run errands
-Other duties as assigned




Qualifications: Friendly, courteous demeanor. Professional attitude and appearance. Knowledge of Westphal facilities strongly preferred.

Department: Office of the Dean

Number of Positions: 3

Location: URBN Center

Contact Information:
Brian Stewart
215-895-1649
bls37@drexel.edu

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City Sophomore
Office Assistant

Description:

This position will assist in day-to-day office operations and projects. Duties includes general clerical duties, filing, mail merge, preparing letters and pledge reminders for mailing, data entry and inventory.  Student may also be required to run errands on campus and will assist the staff in preparing for Drexel Fund events as needed.

Qualifications: Candidates should be competent in Microsoft Office programs and should be able to work well independently with limited supervision. Candidates should possess good written and verbal communication skills and detail-oriented.

Department: Drexel Fund

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Main Building

Contact Information:
Maria Luszcz
215-895-1039
ml384@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Office Assistant

Description:

Assist students and tutors with CAS resources and computer lab.
Maintain the CAS media library. 
Filing, copying, data entry, answering phones and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Customer service and basic computer skills Experience with Microsoft Office is preferred.

Department: Center for Academic Success

Number of Positions: 5

Location: New College Building

Contact Information:
Rebecca Signore
215-762-8121
rys26@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative Center City Sophomore
Office Assistant

Description:

​Office Assistant for the Department of Arts & Entertainment Enterprise in the Westphal College of Media Arts and Design. The individual will greet and welcome all visitors in a professional manner which includes: faculty, staff, 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, copying/scanning, filing, and running errands on campus. 

WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING WORK STUDY STUDENTS FOR BOTH SUMMER AND FALL TERMS. 


Qualifications: High Level of customer service. Attention to detail. Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to work efficiently and indepdently. Ability to handle confidential matters perform in a friendly and professional demeanor

Department: Arts & Entertainment Enterprise

Number of Positions: 6

Location: URBN Center

Contact Information:
Danielle Swan
2158952453
ds893@drexel.edu

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City No Particular Level
Office Assistant

Description:

​Students needed to help with general office work:  reception area at front desk, answering telephones, filing, photocopying, running errands on campus, and other miscellaneous duties as assigned.​

Qualifications: Must be reliable, conscientious and organized.

Department: Department of Culture and Communication

Number of Positions: 4

Location: PSA Building #47

Contact Information:
Sharon Wallace
215.895.2456
skw@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Arts and Sciences University City No Particular Level
Office Assistant

Description:

Job Overview: Couple and Family Therapy Department is looking for a detail-oriented and organized individual to help support Department. The work-study student will report to the Administrative Coordinator. Our office is seeking a confident and polished administrative helper to represent the Department. Hours are flexible.


Essential Functions:

      Sort departmental mail and maintain organization of mailroom

       

       Assist with organization, storage, and filing systems for the department

      

       Assist with events and office luncheons, Run errands, Other duties as assigned​

Qualifications: Fluency with full Microsoft Office Suite; Prior experience in a professional environment; Must have Federal Work-Study grant

Department: Couple and Family Therapy

Number of Positions: 2

Location: 3 Parkway

Contact Information:
Billie Jo Lockard
267-359-5516
bl434@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Nursing and Health Professions Center City No Particular Level
Office Assistant

Description:

Job Overview: Couple and Family Therapy Department is looking for a detail-oriented and organized individual to help support this Department. The work-study student will report to the Administrative Coordinator. Our office is seeking a confident and polished administrative helper to represent the Department. Hours are flexible.


Essential Functions:

      Sort departmental mail and maintain organization of mailroom

       Assist with organization, storage, and filing systems for the department

      Assist with events and office luncheons, Run errands, Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: Fluency with full Microsoft Office Suite; Prior experience in a professional environment; Must have Federal Work-Study grant

Department: Couple and Family Therapy

Number of Positions: 2

Location: 3 Parkway

Contact Information:
Billie Jo Lockard
267-359-5516
bl434@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Nursing and Health Professions Center City Sophomore
Office Assistant

Description:

Answer phones, greet guests (students, facutly, staff),  assist team where possibe.

 

Light office duties include:  copying, scanning, shredding​

Qualifications:

Work Study Eligible
 

Department: Office of Student Services

Number of Positions: 3

Location:

Contact Information:
David Feldman
215-895-2396
dbf24@drexel.edu

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City
Office Assistant (Center City)

Description:

The Office of the University Registrar is seeking a reliable part-time student for the position of Office Assistant at the Drexel Central location on the Center City campus.

Under direct supervision of the Assistant Registrar, the Office Assistant will support all filing activities, performing duties such as scanning and indexing academic records, ensuring that a variety of documents are captured electronically, accurate document & file placement ​and other clerical activities as assigned including prepping mailing tubes, etc. 

The Office Clerk may also provide front desk coverage for Drexel Central, greeting walk-in students as they arrive and assist in triaging their visit during peak seasons.

Flexible from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday on the Center City Campus.

Qualifications: Student must be a reliable self-starter with the ability to work independently. Should have strong knowledge of PC applications and office equipment. Preferred availability of at least 5 hours per week, with no shift lasting less than 2 hours.

Department: Office of the University Registrar (Center City Campus)

Number of Positions: 4

Location: New College Building, 245 N. 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Contact Information:
Amy Nickerson
215-762-8996
ccdegree@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative Center City No Particular Level
Office Assistant for the Couple and Family Therapy Department

Description:

Administrative and clerical duties; sorting / picking up mail; typing; mailings, scanning, copying, etc.; other administrative /clerical duties as assigned​​; Microsoft​ Office 

Qualifications: Microsoft Office proficient; confidentiality. Students must be awarded work-study funds

Department: Couple and Family Therapy

Number of Positions: 1

Location: 3Parkway

Contact Information:
Billie Jo Lockard
267-359-5516
bl434@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Nursing and Health Professions Center City Pre-Junior
Office Clerk

Description:

​Goodwin College is seeking work study students to copy, scan, and shred documents. 

Mail pickup and delivery.

Front desk coverage, which entails answering and transferring calls in a professional manner. 

Greet and welcome all visitors including business community.

Day, Evening, and Saturday hours available 

Qualifications:

Professional phone and office etiquette.
 
Must be able to interact and communicate with students, faculty, professional staff and business community effectively and professionally.

Department: Goodwin College

Number of Positions: 1

Location: One Drexel Plaza

Contact Information:
Perrie Prince

PRP42@drexel.edu

Work Study Goodwin College of Professional Studies University City Sophomore
Office Clerk (University City Registrar)

Description:

The Office of the University Registrar is seeking a reliable part-time student for the position of Office Clerk in the Drexel Central location at the University City campus. Under direct supervision of the Assistant Registrar, the Office Clerk will provide front desk coverage for Drexel Central, greeting walk-in visitors & assisting with triage.

As needed, the Clerk will support staff in filing activities by scanning and indexing of academic records; ensuring that a variety of documents are captured electronically. Other clerical duties as needed.

 

Flexible from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday at the University City campus. The position may result in occasional hours available at the Queen Lane campus as needed.​

Qualifications:

Student must be a reliable self-starter with the ability to work independently. Should have strong knowledge of PC applications and office equipment. Preferred availability of at least 5 hours per week, with no shift lasting less than 2 hours
 

Department: Office of the University Registrar

Number of Positions: 6

Location: Curtis Hall

Contact Information:
Sean Reilly
215-895-1495
spr42@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Office of Graduate Studies Assistant

Description:

The Office of Graduate Studies is seeking a student office assistant.

Responsibilities include basic administrative tasks, answering phones and taking messages, managing and organizing office and Graduate Student Lounge, taking inventory, posting flyers, running errands, handling confidential student documents, updating student records, managing social media, helping set up and clean up meetings and events, and other duties as assigned. Department also works closely with the Graduate Student Association to manage graduate student events throughout the year.​

Qualifications:

  • The student must be a currently enrolled Drexel student who is eligible for Federal Work Study funds during the fiscal year of employment.
  • The student must be able to work a minimum of 8 hours per week (with some exceptions).
  • The student must also be able to work with us for at least two consecutive terms (i.e. fall and winter, winter and spring, etc.)
  • Students should be personable, prompt, and professional at all times while representing the Office of Graduate Studies.
  • Preference will be given to students who are proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, and social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, etc.)
  • Graduate students and students with leadership experience and/or video, photo, or design skills a plus!

Department: Office of Graduate Studies

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Randell Hall

Contact Information:
Sandra Golis
215-895-0366
sbg38@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Operations Assistant

Description:

The Expressive & Creative Interaction Technologies (ExCITe) Center of Drexel University is looking for students who are interested in being on the ground floor of highly multi-disciplinary work and a creative environment for innovation. Mobile apps, tools for collaboration, and interaction with the creative digital sector of Philadelphia are part of the day to day of ExCITe. The position will serve to assist with the day-to-day functions of the space, including event support and daily operations. Students with tech skills and interest will have the opportunity to assist with current projects and development of new projects as well.


Qualifications: -professional demeanor -comfortable working in a reception capacity -technical skills/interests (AV, HTML, Mac OS/Windows) strongly encouraged -able to assist in rearranging wheeled furniture for events

Department: ExCITe Center

Number of Positions: 1

Location: 3401 Market

Contact Information:
Kara Lindstrom
215-571-4125
klindstrom@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Organic Chemistry Grader

Description:

Organic Chemistry Graders are responsible for the grading of homework, quizzes and exams for organic chemistry courses.  Work study will also be responsible for entry of grades and attendance records etc.

Qualifications:

1. Must have completed the undergraduate organic chemistry sequence (orgo I, II, and III or equivalent); 2. Must be able to carefully follow instructions, and grade from a grading key; 3. Must be reliable and trustworthy and complete the task in a timely fashion; 4. Must respect of the privacy of others.

Department: Chemistry

Number of Positions: 2

Location:

Contact Information:
Prof. Jun Xi

jx35@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Arts and Sciences University City No Particular Level
Parking Office Associate

Description:

​Assist customers with their questions, who walk into the office, phone, or email. Support operations, assist with document preparation, and permit sales. 

Qualifications:

Good communication skills, Effective problem solving skills, Understanding of customer service

Department: Parking Services

Number of Positions: 1

Location: GSB 16-124, Drexel Parking Garage Office

Contact Information:
David Jost/ Philip Torres
215 895 2813
parking@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Philadelphia Ujima Health Education and Promotion Assistant

Description:

Description:
Drexel University College of Medicine, Office of Urban Health Equity, Education, and Research/Women’s Health Education Program are looking for a health education and promotion assistant to support the work of the Philadelphia Ujima Coalition for a Healthier Community (PUCHC). PUCHC is a grant funded gender-informed education program to reduce health disparities, improve health outcomes, and promote health advocacy among girls, women & their families in Philadelphia. The student can expect to work on a variety of projects. Among these are program planning, curriculum development, community outreach, research, and administrative responsibilities.
 
The student will be responsible for:
·         Conducting literature reviews for the development of research proposals and manuscripts.  The student will also assist with writing.
·         Participating in health education sessions. This will include facilitating and/or co-facilitating health education sessions with coalition partner sites, community organizations, and high school students interning with the office.
·         Organizing and maintaining the health education resource closet. This includes taking inventory, re-ordering brochures and incentives, and identifying materials to order from federal sites to help support national health campaigns and/or initiatives (e.g. women’s health week, public health week, etc...)
·         Helping to plan outreach/awareness activities specifically for women’s health, public health, and mental health weeks.
·         Assisting with the development of games, activities, and new curricula.
·         Assisting with the planning of Social Media, Health, and Leadership Summer Internship for High School Students. Also, assisting with various aspects of social media pilot programs and relevant research.

Qualifications:

Interested in health education, promotion, and public health
Must be detail-oriented, team player and friendly
Have good communication, writing, and analytical skills,
Must be comfortable with Microsoft Products
Know how to conduct basic literature searches
Willing to learn new things

Department: Office of Urban Health Equity, Education and Research; Women's Health Education Program

Number of Positions: 2

Location: College of Medicine

Contact Information:
Dr. Candace Robertson-James
215-991-8450
croberts@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Queen Lane No Particular Level
Philadelphia Ujima Social Media & Digital Communications Assistant

Description:

Description:
Drexel University College of Medicine, Office of Urban Health Equity, Education, and Research/Women’s Health Education Program are looking for a social media and digital communication assistant to support the work of the Philadelphia Ujima Coalition for a Healthier Community (PUCHC). PUCHC is a grant funded gender-informed education program to reduce health disparities, improve health outcomes, and promote health advocacy among girls, women & their families in Philadelphia.
The student will be responsible for:
·         Maintaining, monitoring and improving Philadelphia Ujima’s social media accounts. This includes posting articles, blogging, tweeting, updating profile information, responding to and monitoring comments or forum posts, and creating new content as well as researching relevant content to publish.
·         Tracking the success of social media activities, such as tracking likes, fans and comments on sites like Facebook, tracking followers and re-tweets on Twitter, monitoring links and mentions on blogs, and managing networking connections on sites.
·          Putting together quarterly e-newsletter.
·          Generating emails blasts, eye-catching templates, and flyers to increase attendance at community events.
·         Assisting with the planning of Social Media, Health, and Leadership Summer Internship for High School Students. Also, assisting with various aspects of social media pilot programs and relevant research.

Qualifications:

Familiar with Twitter and Facebook
Passionate about Social Media and interested in how to use it for health promotion
Friendly and able to work with community sites
Must be detail oriented, team player and technologically savvy
Must be comfortable with Microsoft Products
Willing to learn new things

Department: Office of Urban Health Equity, Education & Research; Women's Health Education Program

Number of Positions: 1

Location: College of Medicine

Contact Information:
Dr. Candace Robertson-James
215-991-8450
croberts@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Queen Lane No Particular Level
Photography Cage Personnel and Lab Monitors

Description:

Checking photography facilities items in and out to students enrolled in photography courses. Verifying students eligibility to use the facility. Maintain database records of equipment checked out. Responsible for checking all equipment going out and in to insure that no damage has been incurred by the students. Help maintain the darkroom and digital facilities. ​

 

Qualifications: Students must work at least 4 hours a week. Must be dependable and responsible. Westphal Students are preferred, but open to any responsible student. We will train the right candidates. Candidates must have a Federal Work Study Grant awarded to them for the current fiscal year.

Department: Photography

Number of Positions: 25

Location: Problem Solving and Research Building

Contact Information:
Elizabeth Timmons
215.895.5868
photog@drexel.edu

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City No Particular Level
Practice Room Monitor - General Office Assistance

Description:

Students with Financial Aid Work Study Funds Only!

Monitor practice rooms

General Office Assistance (filing, mailings, copying, spreadsheets, etc.)

Multiple Shifts Available: Weekends noon to 5 pm; day shifts; Monday thru Thursday 5pm to 10pm

Please send resume to: hbe25@drexel.edu

Qualifications:

Ability to read music (a plus)
 
Knowledge of Excel
 
 

Department: Performing Arts

Number of Positions: 10

Location: MacAlister Hall

Contact Information:
Helene Engel
215-571-4440
HBE25@drexel.edu

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City No Particular Level
Printmaking Studio Assistant

Description:

​We are searching for a student to assist with tasks in the printmaking studio. Tasks include but are not limited to;

Cleaning the studio tables, floors, etc.

Assisting in the photographing, editing using Photoshop, and organization of the print archive 

Acting as a studio monitor to open/close the studio and watching over students who are working

Aiding in the organization of supplies including inks and other printmaking materials

Any other tasks assigned by the professor and technician.




Qualifications: Experience using Photoshop preferred The ability to work quickly and efficiently on a variety of tasks Responsible and able to follow through on projects Experience in screen-printing preferred but not limited to

Department: VST

Number of Positions: 2

Location: Paul Peck Problem Solving and Research Center

Contact Information:
Brittany Shandler
215 801 9232
BrittShandler@gmail.com

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City No Particular Level
Receptionist - Office Assistant

Description:

​The Department of Physics is seeking a student with work-study funding who is detailed oriented, organized, dependable and outgoing to serve as a receptionist/office assistant.  Duties will include greeting visitors, answering phones, sorting mail, photocopying, mailings, light typing, running on-campus errands & other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Applicants must be customer service oriented with good communication skills, dependable, and have basic computer skills. Only students with federal work-study grants should apply.

Department: Physics

Number of Positions: 2

Location: Disque Hall

Contact Information:
Jackie Sampson
215-895-2708
physics@physics.drexel.edu

Work Study College of Arts and Sciences University City No Particular Level
Research Assistant

Description:

​Project: The Impact of Obesity on Operative Time in General Surgery Utilizing the ACS-NSQIP outcomes databases. The objective is to determine the impact of obesity on operative time in laparoscopic and open elective general surgery utilizing the ACS-NSQIP outcomes database

Qualifications:

Experience with statistical analysis of large databases, reliable, well-organized individual

Department: Surgery-Division of Colon & Rectal Surgery

Number of Positions: 1

Location: New College Building

Contact Information:
Deborah Muto
215-762-3451
dmuto@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Center City No Particular Level
Retail Office Assistant

Description:

Retail Management is currently seeking energetic, outgoing and reliable students to assist in daily operations. This is a customer service position in which students will be responsible for answering phone calls, interacting with students, and providing support to the professional office staff. ​

Retail Management needs student staff during business hours of Mon-Thu 7am to 7pm and Friday 7am to 5pm.

Contact Leigh Sacco with additional questions or inquires​ regarding the position.

Qualifications: - Must have work study funding - Strong written and verbal communication skills - Experience in customer service is a plus, but not required

Department: Retail Management

Number of Positions: 5

Location: Creese Suite Center

Contact Information:
Leigh Sacco
215-895-6187
las472@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City
Special Events Assistant

Description:

We are looking for a work study student to assist at a variety of events and programs for students in the LeBow College of Business. The Special Events Assistant will help manage registration, logistics, and coordinate speakers and external professionals. 

**This position will require evening hours**

Qualifications: Excellent communication skills and interest in event planning

Department: LeBow Undergraduate Programs

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Gerri LeBow Hall

Contact Information:
Rita Di Carlo
215-895-1514
Rmc22@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Student Ambassador

Description:

​Admissions tour guide - provide applicants with tour of
Queen Lane facility daily at 2PM.

Clerical - Filing, assembling packets for invited applicants, photocopying, end entering pertinent data and any other task needed.

Qualifications: Assist the Office of Admissions with applicant tours, data-entry and some clerical duties including but not limited to: creating and printing files, filing, and photocopying documents. Approximately 8-10 hours or more per week but no more than 20 hours per week.

Department: College Admissions

Number of Positions: 3

Location: 2900 Queen lane

Contact Information:
Sheila Joshua
215-991-8260
sj45@drexelmed.edu

Work Study College of Medicine Queen Lane No Particular Level
Student Office Assistant

Description:

Provides general clerical and office duties for the Academic Program Coordinator; specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: copying, scanning, filing, shredding, organizing, data entry, making campus deliveries, sorting and preparing mailings, answering the telephone, greeting/directing students, faculty, and staff, and working on special projects as assigned.


Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office, detail-oriented, dependable, organized, and personable.

Department: School of Education

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Korman

Contact Information:
Joe Jackson

jkj46@drexel.edu

Work Study School of Education University City
Student Office Assistant

Description:

General office duties include but are not limited to, copying, scanning, filing, shredding, organizing, data entry, making campus deliveries, sorting and preparing mailings, answering the telephone, greeting/directing students, faculty, and staff, and working on special projects as assigned. Must be confidential.

Additional Information: Work study students only. Hours will be determined based on amount of work study awarded.

Interested applications should submit their resume to Pat Debes at pad23@drexel.edu.​ 

Qualifications: Knowledge of Microsoft Office, detail-oriented, dependable, organized, and personable.

Department: Dean's Office

Number of Positions: 1

Location: ODP, Dean's Office

Contact Information:
Pat Debes

pad23@drexel.edu

Work Study School of Education University City No Particular Level
Test Proctor

Description:

  • 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
  • Maintaining the Facebook/Twitter pages for the office
  • Maintaining an up-to-date list of on- and off-campus resources
  • Conducting and reviewing assessment done at Drexel and nationally to determine existing gaps of Drexel ODR
  • Developing research projects based on office and university needs

Qualifications:

• Be a graduate student of Drexel University
• Have the ability to work 8-35 hours per week between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday
• Possess excellent communication, organization, time management, and writing skills
 

Department: Office of Disability Resources

Number of Positions: 2

Location: 3201 Arch Street

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

Work Study Administrative University City Graduate
Undergrad Lab Research Assistant

Description:

​Check lab reagent inventory, obtain and/or learn how to obtain infrared, UV-Visible and/or NMR spectra.  Some simple syntheses and other procedures.

Qualifications: Some prior lab experience and knowledge of some Chemistry. Must have passed Health & Safety Dept's. web-training.

Department: Chemistry

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Disqué Hall

Contact Information:
Prof. A. Addison

AddisonA@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Arts and Sciences University City Sophomore
Video Production and Operations Assistant, Television Management

Description:

​The Operations Assistant will work with the Director of the Graduate Program in Television Management and the Director of the undergraduate television program.  The OA will assist in the development of content for the graduate and undergraduate program, will assist in video shoots and post-production of a variety of​ instructional and promotional material.

Qualifications: Working knowledge of video equipment, lighting, sound and post-production including FCP, Adobe Premier, etc. Knowledge of web design and other related tools desirable.

Department: Cinema and Television

Number of Positions: 1

Location: University Crossings

Contact Information:
Al Tedesco
2158952180
ast33@drexel.edu

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City Sophomore
Web developer

Description:

The Game and Learning Interactive Digital Environments (GLIDE) Lab is seeking collaborative, dedicated, and enthusiastic students for several positions as web designer and developer, animator, and software developer.

The web designing student would develop and update the GLIDE lab website and work as part of a collaborative research team to conduct research on games and learning. 

The animation student would work to develop game animations to be integrated​ in 3D worlds and on the web.

The game design/software developer would work to setup a database for game telemetry and for coding information for game and learning study.

Students would be required to participate in lab meetings.


Qualifications: Web developer - web design and development skills (preference with HTML5 skills), adobe master suite skills, Game design/Software developer - databasing skills, javascript, objective c, Unity. Animator - Maya, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere.

Department: Learning Technologies

Number of Positions: 3

Location: One Drexel Plaza

Contact Information:
Aroutis Foster
215-571-3663
anf37@drexel.edu

Work Study School of Education University City Sophomore
Web Page Assistant

Description:

​Set up and maintain research group web page.

Qualifications: Ability to set up web page.

Department: Chemistry

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Disqué Hall

Contact Information:
Prof. A. Addison

AddisonA@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Arts and Sciences University City No Particular Level
Welcome Center Assistant

Description:

Membership and Guest Pass Sales Program registration and certification sa​le Recreation Center tours

Qualifications: Good communication skills Effective problem solving skills Understanding of customer service

Department: Recreational Athletics

Number of Positions: 5

Location: Daskalakis Athletic Center

Contact Information:
Kristin Schrier
215-895-6052
recstaff@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Westphal College IT Work Study

Description:

​We seek highly motivated, personable students to assist Westphal IT with a diverse set of tasks that keep the Westphal College and Westphal Print Center running smoothly. A successful candidate will assist Westphal IT staff with computer lab upkeep and printer maintenance, first tier IT troubleshooting, and audio/visual setups. In addition, duties as a Westphal Print Center attendant will include operating a variety of printing equipment, delivering excellent customer service, and communicating effectively with faculty, staff, and other students. Training will be provided.

Qualifications: Highly motivated; excellent organization skills; excellent customer service skills; ability to manage multiple tasks; knowledge of Mac and PC (recommended); knowledge of printing (recommended); and knowledge of wide format plotting (recommended).

Department: Westphal IT

Number of Positions: 12

Location: URBN Center

Contact Information:
Rob Dlugos
2158952906
dlugos@drexel.edu

Work Study Westphal College of Media Arts and Design University City No Particular Level
Work Study

Description:

​Provide Office Support to the Ph.D. and M.S. Economics programs as needed including continuing development and interactions on communications with applicants to the programs. Solid communications with a customer service oriented outlook is preferred. Self-motivated and proactive. Desire to work with data is encouraged. 

Qualifications: Comfortable working with MS Office products and solid computer skills.

Department: LeBow Ph.D. and MS Economics Programs

Number of Positions: 2

Location: GHall - LeBow College of Business

Contact Information:
Sarah Haley
2155713568
slh54@drexel.edu

Work Study Administrative University City No Particular Level
Work Study for study of climate change countermovement

Description:

​Three undergraduate work studies are needed to work on exciting research for Dr. Bob Brulle in Environmental Science, with elements of sociology. The work studies will be conducting online investigation, data entry, and data analysis looking at the leadership and organization of the climate change countermovement. This research has been ongoing and is well established, and students will be working with a group of other undergraduate work studies and volunteers. Your immediate supervisor will be Visiting Research Professor, Dr. Joanna Huxster. Your work will be conducted mostly online from your own computer, and you will be expected to attend one online group meeting per week. Contact Dr. Huxster for more information and to schedule an interview.

Qualifications: Experience using Excel and an understanding of googledocs is necessary. Analytical skills important, as well as a good work ethic and strict attention to detail. Some prior understanding of climate change and environmental science is preferred.

Department: Department of Biodiversity, Earth and Environmental Science, Department of Culture and Communications

Number of Positions: 3

Location:

Contact Information:
Dr. Joanna Huxster
484 459 8548
jkh49@drexel.edu

Work Study College of Arts and Sciences University City No Particular Level