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Student Employment

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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
CASTLE Film & Video Description


Drexel’s Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning Excellence (CASTLE)  is an interdisciplinary research group focused on affecting academic institutional change in STEM teaching and learning in K-12, undergraduate, graduate, post-doc, and faculty programs.


CASTLE is seeking to hire a part-time Media Specialist to develop a series of instructional training videos for faculty, document and archive all Center events and seminars and other duties as assigned.


The Film & Video Specialist will:

·      Work with CASTLE leadership to conceptualize a series of training videos

·      Coordinate, schedule and film various video projects and events

·      Film footage of classrooms and conduct and record interviews with faculty members

·      Edit video and audio recordings to create training videos

  • Maintain video and editing software and hardware​

Qualifications: • Experience with small-format digital camera videography • Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (AfterEffects, Premiere Pro) • Professional demeanor and ability to interact with University leadership Ideal applicants will be self-driven, detail oriented, and able to work occasional night and weekend hours as dictated by events needing support.

Department: Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching & Learning Excellence

Number of Positions: 1

Location: 3401 Market Street, Suite 110

Contact Information:
Meredith Casino

Part-Time Administrative University City No Particular Level
Digital Media Intern, Marketing & Communications


​The Digital Media student employee will help conceptualize and will fully execute short videos, audio pieces and other digital projects. Assignments may include live videograhy for interviews and B-roll, computer graphics, and animated sequences or overlays. The ideal student will have strong narrative skills related to communicating a message, defining a brand, or makien a compelling call to action.  Imaginative use of low-tech or guerilla skills to achieve a high impact lie at the core of this job.  Collaboration and excellent communicaitons skills are critical to success.  Anyone interested in a career in adverising, film and video, or media for community engagement will learn much from this experience.

Qualifications: • Skill with small-format digital camera videography for interviews, B-roll • Demonstrated editing skills with Adobe Premiere or FinalCut X, Adobe Creative Suite • AfterEffects proficiency a big plus • Aptitude for audio editing, including use of music and sound design to enhance video • Demonstrated still photography capabilities (light and shoot) for portraits, candids, atmosphere, documenting events • Professional demeanor and ability to interact with University leadership and donors • Ability to quickly learn new systems (e.g., CMS, assets management software or project management software) • Involvement with clubs/orgs or community groups preferred • Interest in fundraising and/or alumni relations preferred

Department: Office of Institutional Advancement

Number of Positions: 1

Location: 3141 Chestnut Street, Main Building

Contact Information:
Andi Bricklin

Part-Time Administrative University City No Particular Level
Test Proctor


General: The Test Proctor is an integral team member of Disability Resources 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 both the University Campus and the Center City Hahnemann Campus. The Test Proctor schedules, proctors, prepares and reads email in the tesproctoring account, prepares exams for pick-up at designgated locations, and assists 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. 

  • Efficiently scheduling exams for students upon the delivery of the Test Proctoring Form or the online student managment database ClockWork
  • Proctor exams, ensuring students receive their approved accommodations while protecting the integrity of exams are maintained.
  • Prepare exams to be picked up by professors, further ensuring the security of the exams are maintained.
  • Work closely with other Disability Resource staff members in the creation and provision of books, exams, and other materials.
  • Learn the Clockwork database used for tracking and scheduling exams.
  • Provide excellent customer service to students, faculty, and staff.
Applicants Must:
  • Have the ability to work at least 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
  • Have availability during mid-term and final exams
  • Be available for at least 2 terms.


  • Be a graduate student at Drexel
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills

Department: Disability Resources

Number of Positions: 4

Location: James E. Marks Intercultural Building

Contact Information:
Susan Harmon

Part-Time Administrative University City Graduate
Video Production Manager


The Video Production Manager is responsible for the creation of compelling high-quality video and multi-media content, from conception/design phase through final production/distribution, which supports institutional messaging and highlights the profile of Drexel University as a leading comprehensive research university with a unique experiential learning program and a global impact. This position requires an energetic, creative individual who will seek to 'push the envelope' in terms of envisioning and creating innovative, high-quality content to reach a wide range of audiences. The right candidate must be self-motivated and able to work independently and knowledgeable of current trends in the industry.  


The Video Production Manager is part of the marketing team and reports directly to the Executive Director of Marketing in the Office of University Communications. He/she will work closely with the University Communications team and members of the University’s senior leadership. All University Communications team members collaborate closely with the Senior Vice President and Associate Vice President for University Communications.​

Qualifications: Required Experience: • Experience creating commercial video content as a producer, editor, videographer. Agency, design studio, or film production house preferred. • High level of proficiency with professional audio and video creation, animation, production, graphics, and multimedia software including Apple Final Cut X, Adobe CS including After Effects • Experience running small video shoots using lighting, sound and camera equipment 
 • Portfolio demonstrating exceptional visual storytelling skill, commercial purpose, high polish and professionalism, breadth of skills 
 • Clearly defined and well-articulated production process 
 • Fluency with digital video distribution strategies and tools including compression, hosting, streaming, YouTube 
 • Script production skills a plus • Storyboarding skills to communicate clear, concise, and compelling concepts. Preferred Qualifications: • Experience with Sony XDCAM EX cameras • Familiarity with digital photography • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work as part of a team as well as independently • Strong organizational skills • Ability to work in a faced pace environment and meet deadlines • Willingness to work some evenings and possibly weekends on rare occasions Essential Functions: • Assist in the creation of a wide range of video assignments to support University messages to students, faculty and staff, parents, employers, news media and more. • Assist in the creation of a wide range of video assignments to support marketing goals as needed • Infuse all aspects of storytelling, from concept to field production and post-production, throughout work • Assist with the strategic implementation, delivery and distribution of video assets to social media platforms — with a primary emphasis on supporting editorial team with creation of social media-ready short video with text overlay • Demonstrate strong skills in organization and time management and ability to work in a fast-paced creative production environment • Secure appropriate licensing rights for use of music or other intellectual property • Schedule subjects to be filmed, scout locations, identify and set up appropriate equipment • Manage the University’s YouTube channel and contribute to other social media accounts • Use variety of lighting, sound and camera equipment for outbound and inbound communications 
 • Assist with Art Directing still photography and advanced photo editing 
 • Archiving media assets • Strong skill set in motion graphics creation using Adobe After Effects is a plus A link to an online portfolio/reel is required to be considered for this position.

Department: University Communications

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Curtis

Contact Information:
Carrie Roye

Part-Time Administrative University City Pre-Junior