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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.

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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.

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Job Title Job Type College Campus Min. Education
Graphic Designer and Content Developer


Digital On-Ramps (DOR) assists adult and youth training and educational programs in using technology to innovate on their curriculum and programming.  As part of this work, DOR consistently holds workshops and training programs as well as meets with potential programs and employers.

The Graphic Designer and Content Developer position will assist the Project Director in developing infographics, illustrations and promotional materials used in workshops, online resources, and with potential funders.  This position also will assist in developing marketing emails and other written content for the Digital On-Ramps website. The work involved will require the student to think of creative approaches to illustrate information and write content that will span a variety of age groups. ​ 

Qualifications: Required Skills: Strong experience in using Adobe Illustrator (or similar) to create custom graphics; Experience in creating marketing fliers or other promotional materials; Strong writing and editing skills; Self-motivated with the ability to work independently; Strong organizational and file management skills to keep track of project versions Desired Skills:Experience creating specialized illustrations such as infographics and digital badges; Experience with marketing and promotional tools such as MailChimp and Eventbrite; Experience with using social media for marketing such as Twitter, Facebook or Instagram; The ability to think of creative approaches to illustrate information across different age groups. Rate of Pay: $16.00 Application Instructions: Please email resume and cover letter to Andy Stutzman at

Department: Digital On-Ramps

Number of Positions: 1

Location: 3401 Market Street

Contact Information:
Andy Stutzman

Part-Time Administrative University City Sophomore
Student video animation artist


​Help create a series of training explainer videos for a research project with nail salon workers.  This is a paid position.  Flexible hours.

Qualifications: Junior or senior enrolled in a digital design, multimedia or equivalent program. Please send us your portfolio.

Department: Environmental and Occuaptional Health

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Nesbitt Hall, 3215 Market St.

Contact Information:
Katie Hsieh

Part-Time School of Public Health University City Junior
Tutor - Math Resource Center


​The Math Resource Center is looking for math tutors in the 2017-18 academic year. The candidate must be confident, have a strong aptitude towards math and able to communicate effectively to the students. Follow the rules and regulations of the center.Treat everyone with respect and willingness to accommodate a diverse group of students. Good customer skill and able to work in a group.  Extra help as needed. The candidate must be trustworthy and dependable. Follow the instructions from the Manager and the Program Assistant.

Qualifications: Completed Math 200 and higher courses with an "A" and higher grade. Able to tutor all math classes lower than Math 121. Freshman students are encouraged to apply.

Department: Mathematics

Number of Positions: 5

Location: Korman

Contact Information:
Sobha Philip

Part-Time College of Arts and Sciences University City Sophomore