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Federal Work-Study Positions

Federal Work-Study is a way for your to earn money to pay for school. Work-study is also an opportunity to gain work experience. If you have been awarded Federal Work-Study as part of your financial aid package, we encourage to you to apply to one of the positions below.

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Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Department of Physics Freshman
Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Department of Physics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Physics is seeking a work-study student 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.

Available Positions

2

Location

Disque Hall, 816

Supervisor

Sampson,Jacqueline
215-895-2708

Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Freshman
Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The individual will assist with the daily operations of the main office. 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 tasks 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, run errands on campus, and other duties as assigned."

Qualifications

High Level of customer service skills. Attention to detail. Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to work efficiently and independently. Ability to handle confidential matters and to perform tasks in a friendly and professional manner.

Available Positions

2

Location

PISB, 123

Supervisor

Jones-Bowden,Brenda
215-895-2788

Tutor and Mentor to Middle School Youth University City Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Freshman
Tutor and Mentor to Middle School Youth University City Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Lindy Advisors tutor their Scholars twice a week at their Scholars’ elementary school from approximately 2:15pm-4:45pm including travel time. Advisors are assigned to be either a Math Coach or a Literacy Coach and implement curriculum designed by the Lindy Scholars Program while utilizing techniques and methods learned through their on-going training and support. Lindy Advisors provide mentorship to their Scholars four Saturdays per term from 9am to 3pm including orientation and debrief time. Advisors spend the day on Drexel’s campus engaging in planned activities that focus on the Three Pillars of Academic Excellence, Character Development and Opportunity and Access. Activities include academic contests, art projects, athletic opportunities, science experiments, character lessons, field trips and much more!

Qualifications

Passion for working with middle school aged youth; flexibility; willingness to tutor math or literacy; afternoon (Mondays/Wednesdays or Tuesdays/Thursdays) and Saturday (three per term) availability. To apply: https://goo.gl/forms/1hXeP2xESPfG0TKX2

Available Positions

30

Location

Lindy Center, Dornsife Center, Local schools, varies

Supervisor

Jamison,Zoe
zvj23@drexel.edu
215 301 6503

Office Clerk Center City Other – Office of the University Registrar Freshman
Office Clerk Center City Other – Office of the University Registrar Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Office of the University Registrar is seeking a reliable part-time student for the position of Office Clerk at the Center City City campus. Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Registrar, the Office Clerk will provide front desk coverage for Drexel Central, greeting walk-in visitors and assisting with triage. The Office Clerk will also assist in day to day operations of the Registrar's Office with light filing and processing of documentation. Students create their own work schedule based upon the student's availability before and after scheduled classes.

Qualifications

Student must be a reliable self-starter with the ability to work independently. Should have strong knowledge of PC applications. The student should have reliable customer service skills. The student will be required to handle confidential information in a professional manner while working in the Office of the University Registrar.

Available Positions

4

Location

New College Building, Room 1142

Supervisor

Breitenstine,Erik
erb38@drexel.edu
215-762-8593

Office Clerk Queen Lane Other – Office of the University Registrar Freshman
Office Clerk Queen Lane Other – Office of the University Registrar Freshman
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job 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 Quuen Lane campus. Under the direct supervision of the Associate Registrar, the Office Clerk will provide front desk coverage for Drexel Central, greeting walk-in visitors and assisting with triage. The Office Clerk will also assist in day to day operations of the Registrar's Office with light filing and processing of documentation. Students create their own work schedule based upon the student's availability before and after scheduled classes.

Qualifications

Student must be a reliable self-starter with the ability to work independently. Should have strong knowledge of PC applications. The student should have reliable customer service skills. The student will be required to handle confidential information in a professional manner while working in the Office of the University Registrar.

Available Positions

4

Location

2900 Queen Lane, Suite G-27

Supervisor

Callahan,Dennis
djc39@drexel.edu
215-991-8208

Receptionist - CNHP 3 Parkway Bldg Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Nursing & Health Professions Freshman
Receptionist - CNHP 3 Parkway Bldg Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Nursing & Health Professions Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

General reception duties for 3-Parkway Building, College of Nursing & Health Profession floors; welcome and direct visitors and students; sort and deliver mail; update classroom/conference room calendars; help inventory paper and kitchen supplies and report shortages to supervisor; courier for interoffice mailings and deliveries as needed; assist with other projects as assigned (i.e. - copying projects, assist with events, etc). Multiple students are hired to ensure continuous coverage at the reception areas.

Qualifications

Hours for this position are flexible, per student availability, anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Available Positions

10

Location

3 Parkway Building, 1601 Cherry Street, Office 1027

Supervisor

Hendrickson,Kaitlyn
kfh47@drexel.edu
267.359.5823

Assistant to Program Coordinator Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Creative Arts Therapies Freshman
Assistant to Program Coordinator Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Creative Arts Therapies Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job 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.

Available Positions

3

Location

3 Parkway, 1601 Cherry St, 7103

Supervisor

Norine,Kristen
knn35@drexel.edu
267-359-5512

Philadelphia Ujima Health Education and Promotion Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Office of Urban Health Equity, Education and Research Freshman
Philadelphia Ujima Health Education and Promotion Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Office of Urban Health Equity, Education and Research Freshman
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Research: Participate in on-going research activities for various health topics. Assist with: evaluations, surveys, data collection and organization, transcribing, etc. Literature Review & Manuscript Development: Contribute to and participate in literature reviews and manuscript development relevant to the Ujima program and/or other public health topics. Health Education: Assist with disseminating health education and increasing knowledge and awareness on various topics, i.e. Nutrition, sexual health, sex & gender, and so forth. Populations Include: Adults and youth. Outreach opportunities: Attend and participate in health fairs with coalition partners, local sites and other promotional events in various sites (faith-based, higher education, high schools) throughout Philadelphia. Promote and advertise Ujima in tabling events and other health related activities. Website Resource Development: Participate in web resource development, gathering relevant information on health topics, designs and current events related to the Ujima program. Outreach & Community Engagement: Assist in the development and maintenance of health education presentation curricula Contribute to Social media platforms: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to reinforce health messages.

Qualifications

Attention to detail, highly organized, self- starter and excellent team player. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Adobe. Proficient with research platforms: Google scholar, Medline, PsycINFO, JSTOR, Pub-med and other scholarly resources Comfortable working with computers and learning new media/technology Interest and/or experience in issues of community health, outreach, health equity, promotion and public health.

Available Positions

3

Location

2900 Queen lane, 228

Supervisor


croberts@drexelmed.edu
215-991-8450

Philadelphia Ujima Social Media Digital Communication Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Office of Urban Health Equity, Education and Research Freshman
Philadelphia Ujima Social Media Digital Communication Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Office of Urban Health Equity, Education and Research Freshman
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Social Media: Develop content and post to our social media sites. Populations include high school students and adults. Contribute to social media platforms: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook; add “relevant” content, as it relates to heath/wellness, Ujima topics of interest and other messages for participants. Blog Contribution Develop blogs for our Philadelphia Ujima blog site. Topics may include: Nutrition, Sexual health and relationships, Gender and health, health and wellness and other relevant topics. Students may also explore and develop topics on current events, public health & national health observances. Digital Assistant: Provide support with video technology, our health-based e-magazine and for other projects involving the development of videos and media that can be disseminated via social media.

Qualifications

Attention to detail, highly organized, self- starter and excellent team player. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Proficiency in Social Media portals (Instagram, Facebook (live), Twitter, WordPress blog, etc.). Comfortable working with computers and new media/technology Interest and/or experience in issues of community health, outreach, health equity, promotion and public health.

Available Positions

1

Location

2900 Queen lane, 228

Supervisor

Sawyer,Lidyvez
croberts@drexelmed.edu
215-991-8450

Assistant Coordinator Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Nutrition Sciences Freshman
Assistant Coordinator Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Nutrition Sciences Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assistant to the Director of the Center for Nutrition and Performance. Administrative and clerical duties; sorting / picking up mail; typing; mailings, maintaining list serv, coordinate activities of the nutrition team, maintain communication through Blackboard and calendars. Keep meeting minutes and agendas. Attendance at weekly meetings is mandatory.

Qualifications

Must be reliable and hard-working, and preferably self-directed and interested in any of the fields we represent. Prefer Nutrition Sciences Major.

Available Positions

2

Location

3 Parkway Building, 395

Supervisor

Dardarian,Nyree
dardarian@drexel.edu

Graduate College Assistant University City Graduate College – Graduate College Freshman
Graduate College Assistant University City Graduate College – Graduate College Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Graduate College Assistant will work within the newly formed Graduate College in a student-focused environment. The individual will assist with daily operations of the College, including answering calls, taking messages, copying/scanning, overseeing coffee supplies, and in addition will support on campus events and programs, and special projects. The individual will also assist with overseeing the Graduate Student Lounge, including setting up for events, maintaining the schedule, and managing supplies. The individual will gain experience in a broad range of work and will have the opportunity to engage with students, faculty and staff. Plus there's free coffee!

Qualifications

High level of customer service and reliability. Attention to detail. Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to work efficiently and independently. Ability to handle confidential matters. Friendly and professional demeanor. Availability to work two or more consecutive terms a plus. Knowledge and proficiency in various technologies a plus.

Available Positions

5

Location

Main Buiding, 301

Supervisor

Marciano,Natalie
nfm28@drexel.edu
215-895-2498

Software Developer for robotic vehicles University City College of Engineering – Architecutral Engineering Pre-Junior
Software Developer for robotic vehicles University City College of Engineering – Architecutral Engineering Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Help the ongoing research project related to data collection in the built environment using various drone and robots

Qualifications

Programing background and understand OOP. C and Python preferred

Available Positions

1

Location

AEL, 270-L

Supervisor

Lo,Liang Chung
james.lo@drexel.edu
2155713540

Laboratory Technician University City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Pre-Junior
Laboratory Technician University City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Student will be responsible for maintenance of insect cultures and for cultivation of plants needed to support these cultures. Additional duties will include laboratory maintenance (e.g. cleaning of glassware, autoclaving, etc.) and general assistance with the research of other lab members.

Qualifications

Students should have a strong background in Biology, and will preferably be Biology majors. Experience with insects and plant growth are strongly preferred. Keen attention to detail, strong self-motivation, and good communication skills are a must.

Available Positions

2

Location

Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building, 310

Supervisor

Russell,Jacob
jar337@drexel.edu
215-895-1643

Office Assistant University City College of Engineering – Materials Science and Engineering Freshman
Office Assistant University City College of Engineering – Materials Science and Engineering Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering is looking for an office assistant who is available to work hours between 8am -5pm on Mondays - Fridays. Duties and responsibilities include : Answering phone calls Photocopying, filing Travel arrangements Data entry Run errands Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Must be available at least 5-10 hours/ weekly Reliable/ dependable Independent Responsible Familiar with Microsoft Office Comfortable with faxing, scanning and navigating the internet

Available Positions

3

Location

LeBow Engineering Building, 344

Supervisor

West,Yenneeka
yl367@drexel.edu
215-895-6644

Organic Chemistry Grader University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Sophomore
Organic Chemistry Grader University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Organic Chemistry Grader is responsible for grading homework, quizzes, lab reports, and exams for organic chemistry courses. The grader will also be responsible for entering grades and attendance records and proctoring exams 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 the privacy of others.

Available Positions

2

Location

Disque Hall, 218

Supervisor

Xi,Jun
jx35@drexel.edu
2158952648

Instrumentation Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Freshman
Instrumentation Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Chemistry department is looking for a detail-oriented and organized individual to help support the department by performing tasks under the supervision of the departmental instrumentation specialist. The individual will be required to work on various projects that will include the need to be proficient with windows environments. Being comfortable with computers is a plus. Duties will include learning to calibrate chemical instrumentation, pump repair, minor electronics work, and a variety of other duties as assigned. Hours are flexible.

Qualifications

Strong organizational and communication skills with an attention to deatil. Ability to work independently and in a team setting. Possess a friendly and professional demeanor.

Available Positions

2

Location

Stratton Hall, 405B

Supervisor

Soffer,Jonathan
jbs45@drexel.edu
2158951980

Administrative Support Assistant University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Community Health and Prevention Freshman
Administrative Support Assistant University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Community Health and Prevention Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Community Health and Prevention in the Dornsife School of Public Health is seeking a work study to provide administrative support. The work student employee will report to the department's chair and Department Administrator. Duties will include:  Using Outlook calendar and help to maintain appointments / update Chair's schedule of meetings and appointments Performing general office duties including drafting memos and letters Answering office phone to take massages and/or directing calls

Qualifications

Qualifications Applicants Must: • Be a current undergraduate student of Drexel University • Have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office • Be able to use Outlook calendar and help to maintain appointments / update Chair • Possess excellent communication, organization, time management, and writing skills • Possess the ability to draft correspondence • Have the ability to work 15-20 hours per week between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday

Available Positions

1

Location

Nesbitt Hall, 4th floor

Supervisor

Moses,Jerome
jpm356@drexel.edu
267.359.6040

Office Assistant University City School of Education – Dean's office Freshman
Office Assistant University City School of Education – Dean's office Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

​Specific Responsibilities: General office duties include but are not limited to, copying, scanning, filing, shredding, organizing, data entry, making campus deliveries, answering the telephone, greeting/directing students, faculty, and staff, and working on special projects as assigned.

Qualifications

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

Available Positions

3

Location

One Drexel Plaza (3001 Market Street), 120

Supervisor

Debes,Patricia
pad23@drexel.edu
2158952167

Archives Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Legacy Center Archives & Special Collections Freshman
Archives Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Legacy Center Archives & Special Collections Freshman
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist in increasing access to physical and digital collections on the history of women in medicine and the history of homeopathic medicine. Tasks include inventorying and describing collections; scanning photographs and historical documents; digitizing audio recordings. Additional duties may include data entry, organizing collections, social media, or 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.

Available Positions

2

Location

K-Wing, Lower level

Supervisor

Graham,Margaret
mgraham@drexelmed.edu
2159918340

Judaic Studies Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Judaic Studies Program Freshman
Judaic Studies Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Judaic Studies Program Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Office and Special Event Assistant for the Judaic Studies Program. The assistant will do a variety of tasks to support the work of this academic, interdisciplinary Program, including assisting with mailings, on-campus errands, and help with set-up for public programs. In additon, the assistant will occasionally be asked to help with internet or library research. Position hours per week can be set up for 5 to 10 hours per week, depending on individual's schedule.

Qualifications

Ability to work independently, to find one's way around campus, to handle confidential materials, and to help out in the preparation for, and during a cultural event open to the public.

Available Positions

1

Location

Hagerty Library, 331

Supervisor

Carll,Kathleen
klc26@drexel.edu
215-895-6388

Part Time Laboratory Assistant University City School of Biomedical Engineering, Science, and Health Systems – School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems Sophomore
Part Time Laboratory Assistant University City School of Biomedical Engineering, Science, and Health Systems – School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

A research lab in the School of Biomedical Engineering and Science Systems is in search of an entry level parttime Laboratory Assistant to help the Senior Laboratory Manager. The lab conducts both electrophysioglocial and wet laboratories experiments. The parttime Laboratory Assistant will assist the Senior Lab Manager with providing support to the daily needs of the lab personnel, including maintenance and inventory of equipment and supplies; storage and safe disposal of used chemicals as well as maintaining receive/discard logs as needed.

Qualifications

2 years of post high school education

Available Positions

1

Location

Lebow, B44

Supervisor

Karen Moxon
km57@drexel.edu
8568582658

Lab Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Dermatology Sophomore
Lab Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Dermatology Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Student assistant responsible for tissue handling of Mohs and biopsy specimens and preparation for FFOCT. Also responsbile for image capturing, data collection and analysis.

Qualifications

Prior experience with Excel Basic understanding of biology Must be organized.

Available Positions

1

Location

219 N. Broad Street, 4th Floor, 4th Floor

Supervisor

Cusack,Carrie Ann
carrieann.cusack@drexelmed.edu
215-762-5561

Academic Office Assistant/Receptionist University City College of Arts and Sciences – Communication Freshman
Academic Office Assistant/Receptionist University City College of Arts and Sciences – Communication Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Communication is looking for students to serve as an office assistant/receptionist. The office is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. The responsibilities include office reception, greeting students and other visitors, answering telephone calls and taking messages, filing, photocopying, running errands on campus, and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Applicants must be reliable and dependable.

Available Positions

4

Location

3201 Arch Street, Suite 100, Reception Area

Supervisor

Wallace,Sharon
skw@drexel.edu
215-895-2456

Desk Assistant for Perelman Center for Jewish Life University City Other – Student Life Freshman
Desk Assistant for Perelman Center for Jewish Life University City Other – Student Life Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Desk Assistant for Perelman Center for Jewish Life will assist in daily operations for the center and report to the Assistant Director of Operations. The individual will greet and welcome all visitors in a professional manner which includes: faculty, staff, and students. In addition, the desk assistant will monitor all incoming traffic and swipe guests into the building. 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, running errands on campus, and assisting with event planning/execution. The desk assistant will also be asked to help with setup and clean-up from various events held throughout the center. The shifts available include week day, week night, weekend day and evening shifts. Schedule flexible dependent on class schedule.

Qualifications

Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Excellent Customer Service Skills Collaborative/Team Player Sound Judgment and decision-making skills Adaptability Dependability

Available Positions

15

Location

Perelman Center for Jewish Life, Front Desk

Supervisor

Taylor,Brantley
btt23@drexel.edu

Strategic Communications and Marketing Assistant University City Other – Communications & Marketing Freshman
Strategic Communications and Marketing Assistant University City Other – Communications & Marketing Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist the C&M Department in the areas of project management and strategic planning. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: assistance with project creation, project development (video and photo shoots, creative materials, campaign planning, etc.), contributing strategic insights during brainstorming sessions, partnering with social media team, and general assistance with the everyday administrative needs of the team

Qualifications

Strong verbal and written communication skills; Interest in the field of integrated marketing; Working knowledge of or interest in emerging trends in marketing and higher education; Reliable schedule; Self-starter

Available Positions

2

Location

Main Building, Room 308

Supervisor

Kampes,Craig
cek35@drexel.edu
2158956680

Social Media Assistant University City Other – Communications & Marketing Sophomore
Social Media Assistant University City Other – Communications & Marketing Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Communications & Marketing Office is looking for a student fluent in social media with the ability to create engaging and timely content for Enrollment Management and Student Success. This includes, but is not limited to, Facebook pages and groups, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. The Social Media Assistant should also be aware of new and emerging social channels and compose proposals for their utilization on behalf of the University.

Qualifications

Self-starter with strong initiative; Strong understanding of Social Media use for businesses and branding; Ability to create interesting and compelling social content; Interest in content curation; Working knowledge of or interest in emerging trends in marketing and higher education

Available Positions

2

Location

Main Building, Room 308

Supervisor

McFadden,Adrianna
amm856@drexel.edu
2158952394

Museum Educator for Special Exhibits & Galleries Academy of Natural Sciences Public Programs Sophomore
Museum Educator for Special Exhibits & Galleries Academy of Natural Sciences Public Programs Sophomore
Campus

Academy of Natural Sciences

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Students work as an informal educator in the Special Exhibits (changing or traveling exhibits) gallery as well as on the museum floor as an interpreter at a cart. Students gain direct experience in teaching in an informal setting using inquiry based learning, as well as develop thier own knowledge base of the natural sciences.

Qualifications

Candidates should be outgoing, energetic, and enjoy working with the public, especially children. A background in natural sciences is not a requirement but an interest in learning more about conservation, biodiversity, paleontology, and animal science is preferred. Schedule can be flexible for weekday or weekends.

Available Positions

4

Location

Academy of Natural Sciences, Education

Supervisor

Bailey,Mary
mvb45@drexel.edu
215-299-1101

Modern Language Tutors (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Spanish) University City College of Arts and Sciences – Global Studies & Modern Languages Sophomore
Modern Language Tutors (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Spanish) University City College of Arts and Sciences – Global Studies & Modern Languages Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Language tutors are nominated and trained by language faculty to assist lower-level students with speaking and writing assignments in one-one-one sessions. Language tutors do not correct grammar or vocabulary directly; they identify patterns of mistakes (such as verbs, pronouns, pronunciation, etc.) and go over those grammatical points with the student.

Qualifications

Some knowledge of grammar and how learning a second language works is required (i.e., being a native speaker is not enough).

Available Positions

15

Location

MacAlister Hall, 3031

Supervisor

Kratzer,Jessica
jkk55@drexel.edu
215-895-1863

Print Center Attendant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Westphal IT Freshman
Print Center Attendant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Westphal IT Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Print Center Attendant will assist in the daily operations of the Westphal College Print Center: provide courteous and prompt service to customers; manage the print queue and print customer documents; assist customers with file preparation and print submission process; inventory, stock, and replace printer/copier supplies; and other related duties as assigned. Flexible Hours, per student availability (8:00am–8:00pm Monday through Friday, 10:00am–4:00pm Saturday, and Sunday hours during mid-terms and finals).

Qualifications

• Must possess excellent customer service, interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral). • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Cloud applications and demonstrated knowledge and experience supporting printers. • Demonstrated ability to work successfully with a diverse group of customers and communicate effectively with all levels of the organization. • Professional attitude and work habits.

Available Positions

3

Location

URBN Center, 140

Supervisor

Novak,James
jmn352@drexel.edu
215-895-4418

Event and Program Photographer University City University & Community Partnerships Freshman
Event and Program Photographer University City University & Community Partnerships Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Work with the Office of University and Community Partnerships to photograph key programs and events in the Promise Zone neighborhoods on an as-needed basis including evenings and some weekends. The position requires some flexibility as well as the ability to get to neighborhood based programs at the Dornsife Center and other neighborhood locations (all walking/cycling distance from campus) as well as locations around campus, and we can offer at least 15 hours per week between shooting and processing time.

Qualifications

Experience with photography digital photo processing

Available Positions

1

Location

3600 Market Street, 720

Supervisor

Britton,Jennifer
jenbritton@drexel.edu

Dinosaur Hall Educator Academy of Natural Sciences Education Sophomore
Dinosaur Hall Educator Academy of Natural Sciences Education Sophomore
Campus

Academy of Natural Sciences

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Will staff Dinosaur Hall exhibit spaces such as the Big Dig and main Hall. To interact with visitors and specimens to enhanse visitor experience. Educate guests on the subject of Vertebrate Paleontology using museum exhibit components and informal interpretation.

Qualifications

Have some experience working with the public and an interest in dinosaurs and paleontology.

Available Positions

2

Location

1900 Benjamin Franklyn PKW 19103, Dinosaur Hall

Supervisor

Poole,Jason
jcp92@drexel.edu
215 405-1547

Outside In Educator Academy of Natural Sciences Public Programs Freshman
Outside In Educator Academy of Natural Sciences Public Programs Freshman
Campus

Academy of Natural Sciences

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

• Assist with the daily maintenance and care of the Outside-In exhibit • Teach informal lessons and interpret exhibit elements for school groups and families of all ages • Assist in the care of education animals including, invertebrates, reptiles and small mammals • Assist with the development of new and current activities and interpretives used within the exhibit space • Work cooperatively with a diverse museum education staff and volunteers

Qualifications

• Strong interest in the natural sciences and education • Candidates should be outgoing, energetic, and enjoy working with the public, especially children • Candidates should have an interest in working with live animals of different kinds. Some previous experience is ideal. • Ability to lift 40 or more pounds • Ability to bend, crouch, or stand for long periods of time.

Available Positions

3

Location

Academy of Natural Sciences, Outside In

Supervisor

Hoyt,Amy
hoyt@ansp.org
215-299-1119

Student Graphic Designer University City College of Engineering – Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Sophomore
Student Graphic Designer University City College of Engineering – Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

We would like to have a graphic design student revamp our web site using some graphic design skills. We have an idea of what we would like to do and could use some assistance.

Qualifications

Prefer to have sophomore or higher graphic design student. Freshman with experience is ok.

Available Positions

1

Location

3, 251

Supervisor

Spina,Kimberly
kspina@coe.drexel.edu
215-895-1918

Butterflies Exhibit Educator Academy of Natural Sciences Public Programs Sophomore
Butterflies Exhibit Educator Academy of Natural Sciences Public Programs Sophomore
Campus

Academy of Natural Sciences

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Students will assist in day-to-day operations of the butterflies exhibit. Tasks will include animal husbandry for the butterflies and other invertebrates, plant and exhibit care, interacting and teaching visitors, and space management.

Qualifications

• Strong interest in the natural sciences and education • Candidates should be outgoing, energetic, and enjoy working with the public, especially children • Candidates should have an interest in working with live invertebrates of different kinds. Some previous experience is ideal.

Available Positions

2

Location

The Academy of Natural Sciences, Butterflies Exhibit

Supervisor

Schloss,David
das434@drexel.edu
2152993796

Office Clerk University City Other – Office of the University Registrar Freshman
Office Clerk University City Other – Office of the University Registrar Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Office of the University Registrar is seeking a reliable part-time student for the position of Office Clerk in the at the University City campus. Under the direct supervision of the Academic Records Coordinator and Associate Registrar, the Office Clerk will provide front desk coverage for the Registrar's Office, greeting walk-in visitors and assisting with triage. The Office Clerk will also assist in day to day operations of the Registrar's Office with light filing and processing of documentation. Students create their own work schedule based upon the student's availability before and after scheduled classes.

Qualifications

Student must be a reliable self-starter with the ability to work independently. Should have strong knowledge of PC applications. The student should have reliable customer service skills. The student will be required to handle confidential information in a professional manner while working in the Office of the University Registrar.

Available Positions

2

Location

Curits Hall, Room 261

Supervisor

Wooten,Danielle
daw82@drexel.edu
215-895-1495; 215-895-1050

Lindy Institute Project Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation Sophomore
Lindy Institute Project Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation is seeking a skilled, work-study-eligible Project Assistant to provide support to the Institute’s ongoing projects. The Project Assistant will be expected to help Lindy staff complete in-office work such as case study research, mapping and site analysis, and graphic production work. Additionally, the Project Assistant may be asked to perform off-site tasks such as conducting site visits, performing community engagement, and assisting with programming and event setup. The ideal candidate will be detail oriented, a strong communicator, a self-starter, and interested in working on interesting urban planning, design, and creative placemaking applied research projects.

Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates with the following preferred qualifications: • Experience with or interest in community-based research practices, community outreach, civic engagement and civic participation • Demonstrated experience in taking initiative in performing research and production work with minimal direction • Enrolled in a course of study in urban studies, urban planning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, public policy, or other allied field • Basic working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign) and ESRI’s ArcMap software. Applicants are encouraged to provide work samples or portfolios with their applications, if applicable. Required Qualifications Candidates will be expected to demonstrate, through past academic or work experiences, the following required qualifications: • Clear and effective written and verbal communications skills • Ability to set and meet project deadlines and goals • Demonstrated experience with working collaboratively in a small team • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)

Available Positions

1

Location

URBN Center, 132

Supervisor

Debold,Ryan
rjd86@drexel.edu
215.895.0208

GEAR UP Coach Math and Literacy Tutor and Mentor University City Other – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Freshman
GEAR UP Coach Math and Literacy Tutor and Mentor University City Other – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) is looking for students to tutor 8th and 9th grade students in math and literacy during the school day and/or after-school in local public schools. GEAR UP's goal is to increase the academic performance of students, increase the high school graduation rate, increase post-secondary enrollment and increase student and parent knowledge about post-secondary access. Coaches will receive training (for which they will be compensated) to prepare them for successful tutoring and mentoring experiences with students.

Qualifications

Prior experience tutoring and/or mentoring youth is preferred but not mandatory. To apply for this position, please apply as a Drexel Community Scholar and list GEAR UP in statement of interest. http://drexel.edu/lindycenter/students/overview/DCS/

Available Positions

10

Location

Lindy Center for Civic Engagement (service sites vary), 1st Floor

Supervisor

Regetta,Katherine
kab356@drexel.edu
2153016503

Video Production Assistant Center City Communications and Marketing Sophomore
Video Production Assistant Center City Communications and Marketing Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Assist the Videographer for Communications and Marketing, primarily by conducting simple edits and assisting with footage organization and storage. Responsibilities include binning footage, conducting simple edits, and assisting with shoots. Student must have access to Premiere on their own computer.

Qualifications

Ability to bin and log footage; Ability to complete basic assembly cuts; Complete basic color correction; Complete basic title design; Experience with motion graphics are a plus; Must be efficient in Adobe Premiere

Available Positions

1

Location

Main Building, Room 308

Supervisor

Kampes,Craig
cek35@drexel.edu
2158956680

Project Assistant Center City Other – Office of Institutional Advancement Freshman
Project Assistant Center City Other – Office of Institutional Advancement Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist the Prospect Development Department with special projects including preparing the alumni report and compiling spreadsheets, looking up information in databases and organzing projects.

Qualifications

Must have proficiency in Excel and Word.

Available Positions

4

Location

Bellet Building , 1228

Supervisor

Kardon,Shelley
skardon@drexel.edu
215-895-0484

Administrative Assistant University City Other – Office of the Provost Sophomore
Administrative Assistant University City Other – Office of the Provost Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Perform general office functions including typing, scanning, copying documents. Courteous and prompt reception to walk-in traffic, and telephone calls. Gathers, enters or updates data to maintain departmental records and databases, as appropriate. Delivery of documents to offices in the University City Campus.

Qualifications

Creativity, enthusiasm, and strong work ethic. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Available Positions

2

Location

Main Building, Room 102

Supervisor

Mitchell,Jennifer/Provost Ofc
provost@drexel.edu
215-895-2200

Social Media Specialist University City Other – Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning Excellence (CASTLE) Sophomore
Social Media Specialist University City Other – Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning Excellence (CASTLE) Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Work with CASTLE Program Coordinators to manage social media channels; create content calendars; implement digital campaigns; write, proofreading and design of content for newsletter, press releases, website, and promotional materials; capture content (photos, videos, testimonials, etc.) at internal and external events for promotional use; monitor social media analytics; identify and promote student opportunities; other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Working knowledge of marketing/communications principles and social media platforms. Strong verbal and written skills. Proficient computer skills. Self-motivated, organized, able to work independently on multiple projects. Working knowledge of or interest in emerging trends in marketing and higher education or STEM education.

Available Positions

2

Location

Science Center , Suite 110

Supervisor

Dietrich,Marisa
mad467@drexel.edu
215-571-3233

Counseling & Health Office Assistant University City Other – Counseling & Health Sophomore
Counseling & Health Office Assistant University City Other – Counseling & Health Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Office of Counseling & Health is seeking a student to fill an office assistant position within the Counseling Center. Primary duties include: front desk coverage during lunch hour, greeting students and visitors, and administrative assistance (i.e. copying, organizing, hanging fliers), transporting materials from UC to Center City office when necessary. The position is primarily in our University City location, however it includes spending time at our Center City office at certain times of year working closely with Associate Director coordinating internship program materials. Also includes support for all Counseling & Health staff related to outreach, group therapy, and health insurance and immunizations. This person must be available Monday through Friday from 12 – 1

Qualifications

Candidates must be responsible and reliable, with good communuication skills. Experience with Microsoft Office preferred. Sophomore level and above preferred. Ability to handle confidential matters. Will need to sign a confidentiality agreement. Ability to work independently and collaboratively. Applicants must be available Monday through Friday from 12 – 1.

Available Positions

1

Location

Creese, 201

Supervisor

DePrisco-Privetera,Linda
lmd22@drexel.edu
215-895-1415

Administrative Assistant University City Kline School of Law – Kline School of Law Freshman
Administrative Assistant University City Kline School of Law – Kline School of Law Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Perform general office functions including typing, faxing, scanning, copying documents. Courteous and prompt reception to walk-in traffic, telephone calls. Gathers, enters or updates data to maintain departmental records and databases, as appropriate. Delivery of documents to University offices in University City.

Qualifications

Good communication skills (written and oral) Ability to work proactively. Knowledge of Word, Excel Strong work ethic and understanding of the importance of confidentiality.

Available Positions

10

Location

Law School Building, 3320 Market Street, Room 416

Supervisor

Hackett,Olivia
oah25@drexel.edu
215-571-4751

Drexel Community Scholar University City Other – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Freshman
Drexel Community Scholar University City Other – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Drexel Community Scholars (DCS) is a student leadership program within the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement. DCS provide 5-15 hours per week of either direct service or capacity building to a non-profit organization. Positions range in scope but may include duties such as tutoring elementary school youth, serving meals to homeless individuals or providing administrative support. In addition to their work at their placement sites, DCS engage in leadership development and team-building activities.

Qualifications

Passion for civic engagement, human rights and social justice. To apply, please visit http://drexel.edu/lindycenter/students/overview/DCS/

Available Positions

35

Location

Lindy Center for Civic Engagement, 1st Floor

Supervisor

Regetta,Katherine
kab356@drexel.edu
2158956130

Office Assistant Center City Center City Student Life Freshman
Office Assistant Center City Center City Student Life Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

This workstudy position will support of the Office of Student Life at the Center City Campus in the New College Building (NCB) by providing both customer service and administrative help. Tasks include (but are not limited to), approving flyers for distribution in NCB, maintaining posting boards and information boards for Student Life, answering the telephone lines, communicating with parents, students, faculty and staff, helping with programming sponsored by the office, keeping the front desk operational and organized, and other office tasks as assigned.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate for this position is one who can work independently and take initiative on office tasks. This position requires attention to detail and quality people skills, in addition to handling a fluctuating work load. A basic understanding of Microsoft office (Word, Powerpoint, and Excel) is essential. Experience in graphic design is a plus.

Available Positions

1

Location

New College Building, 1106

Supervisor

Basch,Ariel
alg379@drexel.edu
(215) 571-4576

DragonsTV Video Assistant University City Athletics Freshman
DragonsTV Video Assistant University City Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

DragonsTV, the athletic department's official video provider of live and pre-produced video, needs assistance with camera people to help during web streaming and help with video editing and set up/ break down.

Qualifications

None needed. Will teach students whatever they need to learn. Just a good work ethic.

Available Positions

10

Location

DAC/Vidas Field, 218

Supervisor

Weber,Eric
ejw57@drexel.edu
215-895-1588

Herbarium Collections Assistant Academy of Natural Sciences Other – Botany Freshman
Herbarium Collections Assistant Academy of Natural Sciences Other – Botany Freshman
Campus

Academy of Natural Sciences

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Philadelphia Herbarium at the Academy of Natural Sciences has over 1.4 million specimens, many of which are of exceptional historical and biological value. The Collections Assistant would help the Collections Manager process incoming specimens with tasks ranging from mounting the pressed plants on archival paper, entering specimen data into the herbarium database, and taking high-resolution digital scans of specimens so that they can be viewed by the international botanical research community.

Qualifications

Basic computer literacy

Available Positions

2

Location

Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, 503

Supervisor

Teisher,Jordan
jkt56@drexel.edu
1157

Motion Simulation Lab Monitor University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Digital Media Sophomore
Motion Simulation Lab Monitor University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Digital Media Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Enable the latest research and game development on this unique Drexel University resource, a three degree-of-freedom hydraulic motion simulation platform: The Voyager platform in the Motion Simulation Lab. Become a certified operator of the Voyager system. Perform regular, simple maintenance of the system. Perform startup and shutdown procedures, safe system operation, and monitor student usage of the system during scheduled lab hours (TBD). Respond to emergency situations with proper emergency procedures. Operate and or assist during special events. The Motion Simulation Lab is in the basement by Woodring Labs in Curtis Hall. The most direct entrance is off of Ludlow St, near 31st St. https://goo.gl/maps/do93B For more information, see https://vimeo.com/mosimlab

Qualifications

Undergraduate or Graduate students welcome. Previous ride operator experience a plus (theme park, boardwalk, arcade, etc.). Detail and safety oriented personality preferred. Computer literacy and comfort with mechanical systems and simple hand tool usage required. Ability to lift 50 lbs above your head preferred. Ability to use a multimeter a bonus.

Available Positions

1

Location

Curtis Hall, Woodring Lab Area

Supervisor

Lloyd,Robert
reml@drexel.edu
215-571-4434

Motion Simulation Lab Programmer University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Digital Media Pre-Junior
Motion Simulation Lab Programmer University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Digital Media Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Enhance existing Unity3D scripts that enable network communication between Unity game projects and the Voyager motion platform. Port scripts to the Unreal game engine. Develop and test additional scripts and interfaces to facilitate game and project testing in the Motion Simulation Lab. The Motion Simulation Lab is in the basement by Woodring Labs in Curtis Hall. The most direct entrance is off of Ludlow St, near 31st St. https://goo.gl/maps/do93B For more information, see https://vimeo.com/mosimlab

Qualifications

Proof of experience with Unity C# scripting and networking required. Experience with Unreal scripting preferred. Experience with National Instrument LabView a plus. Detail-oriented individual with clean code and documentation skills sought.

Available Positions

1

Location

Curtis Hall, Woodring Lab Area

Supervisor

Lloyd,Robert
reml@drexel.edu
215-571-4434

Assistant for Project on LGBTQ People: Adminstrative and Recruitment Asst. University City College of Arts and Sciences – Sociology Sophomore
Assistant for Project on LGBTQ People: Adminstrative and Recruitment Asst. University City College of Arts and Sciences – Sociology Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Dr. Jason Orne in the Department of Sociology is seeking an adminstrative assistant to assist with basic office duties, scheduling of particpant interviews, and other administrative tasks required for the project. The individual will perform clerical duties: data entry, copying/scanning, filing, running errands on campus, scheduling, proofreading, and formatting. Not a research position.

Qualifications

Familiarity with MS Office programs, especially Word and Excel. 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. Prefer someone with flexible hours for scheduling with potential particpants.

Available Positions

1

Location

3600 Market St. , 730

Supervisor

Orne,Jason

KEYSPOT Lab Support at the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships University City University and Community Partnerships Freshman
KEYSPOT Lab Support at the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships University City University and Community Partnerships Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

This work study position will staff the computer lab and offer assistance to community members in utilizing the computers and the internet. The work study will help staff busier hours of the open labs, and will also staff the open lab on Fridays without assistance from the Coordinator or the Instructor.

Qualifications

ABOUT THE JOB This work study position will staff the lab and offer assistance to community members in utilizing the computers and the internet. The work study will help staff busier hours of the open labs, and will also staff the open lab on Fridays without assistance from the Coordinator or the Instructor. A TYPICAL DAY: --Instruct a diverse population in computer usage; --Help users understand and implement best practices for operating a computer and using programs; --Present and explain ideas clearly and confidently to both individuals and groups; --Learn new computer programs, software and web applications quickly; --Physically perform the duties required to maintain a safe and clean KEYPSOT. --Monitor computers and peripheral equipment and operating systems for proper usage, malfunction and repair or replacement; BROADER OBJECTIVES Assist Program Staff with achieving the established goals for the KEYSPOT network; Engage youth, adults and seniors in effective KEYSPOT programming; Support and assist the KEYSPOT Administrator and Coordinator in aspects of program management, including but not limited to: distribution of materials for marketing, training and programming purposes; data collection and program development; Report on program statistics and successes You must be: Proficient in Microsoft Office; Highly organized and cheerful demeanor; Enthusiastic, energetic and have a can-do attitude; Able to run various programs for diverse age groups and populations

Available Positions

1

Location

Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships, C107

Supervisor

Allison,Maria
Mna34@drexel.edu

Accounting Payable Clerk University City Finance Freshman
Accounting Payable Clerk University City Finance Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

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, running errands on campus, and assisting with event planning/execution.

Qualifications

The individual will possess the following qualities: High level of customer service. Attention to detail. Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to work efficiently and independently. Ability to handle confidential matters Perform in a friendly and professional demeanor.

Available Positions

1

Location

3201 Arch Street, Suite 400

Supervisor

Cerwonka-Phillips,Susan
skc24@drexel.edu
215-895-6947

Procurement Services Clerk University City Finance/Procurement Freshman
Procurement Services Clerk University City Finance/Procurement Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

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, running errands on campus, and assisting with event planning/execution.

Qualifications

The individual will possess the following qualities: High level of customer service. Attention to detail. Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to work efficiently and independently. Ability to handle confidential matters Perform in a friendly and professional demeanor.

Available Positions

1

Location

3201 Arch Street, Suite 400

Supervisor

Cerwonka-Phillips,Susan
skc24@drexel.edu
215-895-6947

Continuing Medical Education Office Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Continuing Medical Education Freshman
Continuing Medical Education Office Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Continuing Medical Education Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Provide support to CME staff by performing general office duties including data entry, mailings, research, conferenece registration, photocopying, phones, errands, and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications, including Word, Excel, and Access; good organizational and communication skills

Available Positions

1

Location

Bellet Building, 11th floor

Supervisor

Ditri,Angelina
aditri@drexelmed.edu
215-762-2582

Web Design Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Continuing Medical Education Freshman
Web Design Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Continuing Medical Education Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Design and support of Continuing Medical Education websites

Qualifications

Web site design experience. Dreamweaver knowledge preferred but not required.

Available Positions

1

Location

Bellet Building, 11th Floor, CME

Supervisor

Ditri,Angelina
aditri@drexelmed.edu
215-762-2582

IT Service Desk Customer Service Rep Center City College of Medicine – Information Technology Freshman
IT Service Desk Customer Service Rep Center City College of Medicine – Information Technology Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The IT Service Desk provides essential support for information technologies at Drexel. IT Service Desk provides direct support to Drexel's faculty, staff, and students as they use information technologies to advance the university's mission. Service Desk staff work in a dynamic, fast-paced call center that provides services over the phone, through e-mail, phone, Chat and in person (for walk-in customers).

Qualifications

•Experience with Microsoft Windows and Apple's MAC OS. •Demonstrated ability to learn customer support processes and techniques. •Strong analytical skills. •Ability to solve problems. •Competency in MS Office Suite

Available Positions

7

Location

New College Building , 4138

Supervisor

Kaniewski,Robert
rgk24@drexel.edu
2152557727

Photography and Graphic Designer University City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Department Sophomore
Photography and Graphic Designer University City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Department Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Work Study student who has expertise in photography and graphic design. • photograph and collect head shots of department members, • help image biological entities for Instagram and for Biology Department stock photos, and • help design COAS/Biology banners for our bulletin boards. •student will work five to ten hours per week over the summer

Qualifications

Experience and strong interest in photography and basic graphic design

Available Positions

1

Location

PISB , 123

Supervisor

Jones-Bowden,Brenda
Karen Kabnick (ksk49@drexel.edu)
215-895-6695

Office Assistant University City College of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics Freshman
Office Assistant University City College of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

-Greets students, parents, and campus community in person and by phone -Retriving mail and packages -Performing general office duties, such as copying, campus delivery, filing -Maintain and organize the front office, supply room, and the kitchen area -Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

-Be courteous and helpful at all times to faculty, staff and students -Strong customer service skills -Responsible and dependable -Basic knowledge of personal computers and applications -Personal calls and visitors kept to a minimum

Available Positions

1

Location

Randell, 115

Supervisor

Schweizer,Nathan
nps46@drexel.edu
1-215-895-4354

Game Day and Event Management Staff University City Athletics Freshman
Game Day and Event Management Staff University City Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist with Game Day Operations including ball running, music operations, ticketing/merchandising, etc. for all home varsity events through Fall, Winter, and Spring seasons

Qualifications

Some physical activity is required Communication Skills and Organizational Skills

Available Positions

25

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center, Room 114

Supervisor

Hoenninger,Christopher
cjh44@drexel.edu
215.571.3649

Instrumentation Programming Asistannt University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Freshman
Instrumentation Programming Asistannt University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Chemistry department is looking for a detail-oriented and organized individual to help support the department by performing tasks under the supervision of the departmental instrumentation specialist. The individual will be required to work on various projects that will include the need to be proficient with windows environments. Labview or server experience would be a plus. Duties will include assistance and development of new interfaces for teaching lab equipment, and support on the update and maintenance of various computing systems around the department. Hours are flexible.

Qualifications

Strong organizational and communication skills with an attention to deatil. Ability to work independently, and write well enough to assist in the development of technical documentation with the instrumentation specialist. Possess a friendly and professional demeanor.

Available Positions

2

Location

Stratton Hall, 405B

Supervisor

Soffer,Jonathan
jbs45@drexel.edu

Office Assistant University City Other – Office of Institutional Advancement Freshman
Office Assistant University City Other – Office of Institutional Advancement Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Duties include: data entry, prepare mailings, scan/copy documents, research information on Alumni and prepare spreadsheets, miscellaneous clerical duties as required.

Qualifications

Atttention to detail, strong organization and communication skills, proficient with microsoft office programs and Excel; ability to work independently and efficiently

Available Positions

1

Location

Main, Suite 316

Supervisor

Young,Geraldine
gmy24@drexel.edu
215-895-1389

Building Data Mapper University City College of Engineering – Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Pre-Junior
Building Data Mapper University City College of Engineering – Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Using BIM Software to map exisiting building component and features on campus

Qualifications

Experience using BIM Software such as Revit and understand basic database concept and building information models

Available Positions

1

Location

AEL, 270L

Supervisor

Lo,Liang Chung
james.lo@drexel.edu
2155713540

Lab Safety Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Freshman
Lab Safety Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Student will assist in maintaining the Biology laboratories safety standards. Student will be responsible for maintaining chemical inventory, chemical waste disposal requests, restocking PPE, eyewash inspections, lab safety inspections and general lab maintenance.

Qualifications

Biology or Chemistry majors with lab experience preferred. Any science major will be considered. Keen attention to detail, strong self-motivation, and good communication skills are a must.

Available Positions

1

Location

Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building, 205

Supervisor

McDonald,Matthew
mtm35@drexel.edu
215-895-1457

Men's Soccer Video Assistant University City Other – Athletics Freshman
Men's Soccer Video Assistant University City Other – Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Filming Men's Soccer home matches.

Qualifications

Availability to work the home matches for the Men's Soccer Team.

Available Positions

2

Location

Vidas Athletic Complex, 001

Supervisor

Lawlor,Sean
spl46@drexel.edu

Office Assistant University City School of Education – Mathematics, Learning and Teaching Freshman
Office Assistant University City School of Education – Mathematics, Learning and Teaching Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Our MS MLT program (http://drexel.edu/soe/academics/graduate/mathematics-learning-teaching/) is trying to grow and we need your help! Your office work will involve researching local middle and high schools on the Internet and drilling down on each school’s webpage so that we can compile a list of math teachers. Are you comfortable Internet searching? Please contact Paul Lazrow at pel29@drexel.edu.

Qualifications

comfort with internet searching and basic MS Excel

Available Positions

2

Location

3401 Market Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 329

Supervisor

Lazrow,Paul
pel29@drexel.edu
215-571-3795

Drexel Athletics Promotions Assistant University City Athletics Freshman
Drexel Athletics Promotions Assistant University City Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Drexel Athletics is looking for individuals to help promote men’s and women’s basketball to the student body and execute on court promotions throughout the season. These students will be involved in all aspects of student attendance planning and marketing plan execution.

Qualifications

Willingness to learn; Exceptional customer service skills; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Passion for sports and marketing; Ability to multi-task and work nights and weekends.

Available Positions

8

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center, 219

Supervisor

Joyce,Sean
sean.joyce@drexel.edu
215-895-1588

Lab Technician Queen Lane College of Medicine – Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Student
Lab Technician Queen Lane College of Medicine – Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

Work on a primary research project, literature review, poster and oral presentation, publication

Qualifications

B.S. in Biology and related field

Available Positions

1

Location

2900 Queen Lane, G69

Supervisor

Pooja Jain
pj27@drexel.edu
215-991-8393

Lab technician Queen Lane College of Medicine – Neurobiology and Anatomy Pre-Junior
Lab technician Queen Lane College of Medicine – Neurobiology and Anatomy Pre-Junior
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Analysis of hisologic and behavioral data, creation of PowerPoint presentations of analyzed data, data entry from multiple sources, preparation of lab solutions, maintain database of purchases for lab

Qualifications

Some research experience in a biomedical research lab, with basic knowledge of chemistry and behavior

Available Positions

1

Location

2900 Queen Lane, 277

Supervisor

Ramesh Raghupathi
Rr79@drexel.edu
215-991-8405

Office Assistant-Office of the Comptroller: Research Accounting Services Center City Other – Office of the Comptroller: Research Accounting Services Freshman
Office Assistant-Office of the Comptroller: Research Accounting Services Center City Other – Office of the Comptroller: Research Accounting Services Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist Research Accounting Services with general office duties such as scanning, keeping inventory up to date, assisting staff with grant closeout process, assisting with excel spreadsheet preparation

Qualifications

Student is is reliable and able to follow directions. We will provide training for any task assigned.

Available Positions

1

Location

Bellet Building, 8th Floor

Supervisor

Balabis,Evelyn
eb545@drexel.edu
215.895.2946

Help Desk Support Associate University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Westphal IT Freshman
Help Desk Support Associate University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Westphal IT Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The IT Help Desk Associate will assist in the daily operations of the Westphal IT Office: provide courteous and prompt service to walk-in clients, answer IT support calls, and document IT requests in the help desk ticketing system; check-out, return, and reserve IT equipment for Westphal faculty, staff, and students; inventory, stock, and replace printer/copier supplies; maintain and clean computer labs; and other IT-related duties as assigned. Flexible Hours, per student availability (8:00am–7:00pm Monday through Thursday, 8:00am–5:00pm Friday).

Qualifications

• Minimum of 6 months experience in a call center or customer service role providing technical support to end users via telephone or remote-control capabilities. • Must possess excellent customer service, interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral). • Experience with ticket tracking systems including tracking ticket status and due dates, comprehensively documenting tickets, managing ticket priorities, and assigning and escalating tickets. • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Cloud applications and demonstrated knowledge and experience supporting users, workstations, printers, and mobile devices in a Microsoft Windows PC environment. • Ability to respond to both common and complex technical inquiries from customers, clients or internal employees in a timely and thoughtful manner. • Demonstrated ability to work successfully with a diverse group of customers and communicate effectively with all levels of the organization and external vendors. • Ability to learn and support new systems and applications. • Professional attitude and work habits.

Available Positions

2

Location

URBN Center, 3A20

Supervisor

Mignone,Justin
jm3552@drexel.edu
2158952906

IMS Audio Visual Assistant University City Other – Drexel IT Freshman
IMS Audio Visual Assistant University City Other – Drexel IT Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assista IMS staff with Audio Visual Support in group classrooms and conference rooms on any Drexel UNiversity Campus

Qualifications

General Computer Knowledge. Proficeincy or Interest in AV Tachnology

Available Positions

1

Location

Macallister , Room 4007

Supervisor

Rasberry,Robert
rer37@drexel.edu
215-895-2364

IMS Center City Audio Visual Assistant Center City Other – Drexel IT Freshman
IMS Center City Audio Visual Assistant Center City Other – Drexel IT Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assists IMS staff with Audio Visual Support in group classrooms and conference rooms on any Drexel University Campus

Qualifications

General Computer Knowledge and proficiency or interest in Audio Visual Technology.

Available Positions

1

Location

New College Building, Room 1113

Supervisor

Rasberry,Robert
rer37@drexel.edu
215-895-2364

Video Collaboration And Production Assitant University City Other – Drexel IT Freshman
Video Collaboration And Production Assitant University City Other – Drexel IT Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assists VCAP Staff with Video Production and Events on any Drexel University Campus

Qualifications

General Computer Knowledge and interest in Video Production

Available Positions

1

Location

Korman Center, Room 120

Supervisor

Rasberry,Robert
rer37@drexel.edu
215-895-2364

Administrative Assistant Center City Drexel IT Sophomore
Administrative Assistant Center City Drexel IT Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Perform general office functions including typing, faxing, scanning, copying documents. Courteous and prompt reception to walk-in traffic, telephone calls. Delivery of documents to University offices in University City. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Possess excellent communication, organization, time management, and writing skills. Ability to work proactively. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook Calendar.

Available Positions

1

Location

One Drexel Plaza / Korman , Loft Space

Supervisor

Arrigal,Jamie
jla336@drexel.edu
(215) 895-6792

Nursing Student Lab Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Doctoral Nursing Freshman
Nursing Student Lab Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Doctoral Nursing Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Nursing Student Lab Assistant assists in supporting related lab activities including data collection and specimen management. The position may include contact with human subjects.

Qualifications

Nursing major and completio of required clinical background compliance documents as per CNHP guidelines. Completion of CITI training and BIORAFT training.

Available Positions

1

Location

3 Parkway, 1601 Cherry Street, 384

Supervisor

DiMaria-Ghalili,Rose
rad83@drexel.edu
267-359-5829

Office Assistant University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Office of Academic and Student Affairs Sophomore
Office Assistant University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Office of Academic and Student Affairs Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Provides office support to Office of Academic and Student Affairs staff as needed. Duties include: - Front desk reception - Database entry - Filing and xeroxing - Assistance with special event preparation, - Handle ordering and set up of catering for meetings and events - Reserve space and submit room reservations and handle set up needs for meetings and events - Prepare and distribute e-mail announcements through Mailchimp - Prepare travel itineraries for faculty and staff - Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Strong interpersonal communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office. Public health undergraduate and graduate students preferred.

Available Positions

3

Location

Nesbitt Hall, 2nd Floor Suites

Supervisor

Ennis-Calloway,Venus
vme22@drexel.edu
267-359-6063

Lab Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Neurobiology and Anatomy Graduate Student
Lab Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Neurobiology and Anatomy Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

We are looking for a qualified part-time lab assistant to undertake a variety of laboratory procedures, especially animal colony care and genotyping. The ideal candidate will have experience in working with transgenic animals and biological background with a 4-year college degree. He/She will be trained to maintain animal care conditions and will be passionate about doing work with animal studies.

Qualifications

Responsibilities • Receive, label and analyze samples for genotyping. • Care about animal breeding and colonies • Execute laboratory testing according to standard procedures, make observations and interpret findings • Organize and store all chemicals substances, fluids, and compressed gases according to safety instructions • Record all data and results in specified forms (paper and electronic) with accuracy and responsibility • Ensure that all safety guidelines are followed strictly at all times and maintain a clean and orderly environment Requirements • Laboratory working experience as Lab Technician or relevant position • Experience in handling small animals • Outstanding record of college performance • Degree in biology, chemistry or relevant field • Working knowledge of MS Office (especially Excel) and database systems

Available Positions

1

Location

Queen Lane, 278

Supervisor

Gao,Wen-Jun
wg38@drexel.edu
215-991-8907

Receptionist, Center for Food & Hospitality Management University City Other – Center of Food & Hospitality Management Sophomore
Receptionist, Center for Food & Hospitality Management University City Other – Center of Food & Hospitality Management Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

General reception for the Center for Food & Hospitality Management suite-answer phone and take messages, direct visitors to faculty and staff, organize mail, keep inventory and organization of supplies, photocopying, updating documents as needed.

Qualifications

E-mail resume to supervisor

Available Positions

1

Location

Academic Building, 101 N. 33rd Street, Suite 110, Suite 110

Supervisor

Karch,Diane
dmk66@drexel.edu
215.895.0913

Office Clerk Queen Lane College of Medicine – Student Affairs Graduate Student
Office Clerk Queen Lane College of Medicine – Student Affairs Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

The Office of Student Affairs and Career Advising (OSACA) is seeking a medical student Office Clerk at the Queen Lane campus. Working with all members of the OSACA, the Clerks may: - Assist with special events preparation and/or execution. - Handle ordering and set up of catering for meetings/events. - Reserve space, submit room reservations, and handle set up needs for meetings/events. - Create and edit web pages. - Help maintain facility arrangements. Assist in day to day operations including light filing and processing of documentation. Students create their own work schedule based upon the student's availability.

Qualifications

Current College of Medicine student. Strong interpersonal communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office. Medical students preferred.

Available Positions

4

Location

Queen Lane, Suite 114

Supervisor

Lombardo,Michael
msl92@Drexel.edu
215-991-8219

Administrative Research Coordinator Queen Lane College of Medicine – Student Affairs Graduate Student
Administrative Research Coordinator Queen Lane College of Medicine – Student Affairs Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

Lead special projects under supervision of Deans and Directors in the Office of Student Affairs, conducting research relevant to student affairs initiatives and synthesizing and evaluating best practice data relevant to medical students. Applicable projects will be prepared for launch inclusive of reliable and valid assessment instruments which coordinator will prepare, execute and/or evaluate. Special projects may also be conducted for compiling information relevant to Office's operations.

Qualifications

Current College of Medicine student. Strong interpersonal communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office. Medical students only.

Available Positions

3

Location

Queen Lane, Suite 114

Supervisor

Lombardo,Michael
msl92@Drexel.edu
215-991-8219

Commencement Assistants Queen Lane College of Medicine – Student Affairs Graduate Student
Commencement Assistants Queen Lane College of Medicine – Student Affairs Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

Assist the Office of Student Affairs with the College of Medicine Commencement planning and execution. Duties will include 1 – 20 hours per week of clerical activity, organizing lists, activities, supplies, and being on-site to assist execution of key events: Commencement Ceremony – May 18, 2018 and week of events such as regalia distribution, Family Reception and, Dean's Award Ceremony.

Qualifications

Current College of Medicine student, availability to commit 1 - 10 hours per week prior to Commencement week with the availability to work more hours during the week of Commencement. Scheduling hours is flexible to student's availability.

Available Positions

6

Location

Queen Lane, Suite 114

Supervisor

Lombardo,Michael
msl92@Drexel.edu
215-991-8219

Orientation Leader Queen Lane College of Medicine – Student Affairs Graduate Student
Orientation Leader Queen Lane College of Medicine – Student Affairs Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

APPLICATION REVIEW TO BEGIN JANUARY 2018: Serve a key role as para-professional assisting new students with questions and information prior to arrival; planning and executing orientation week activities including the White Coat Ceremony within budget; soliciting, organizing, and supervising multiple student orientation volunteers the week of orientation. Primary role delivers a positive socialization experience helping new students acclimate to the College of Medicine, MD program. Position will start February 2018.

Qualifications

Computer skills (incl. Microsoft Word and Excel), Dependability, Superior communication skills both oral and written. Comfortable with using social media. Strong customer service focus. Attention to detail. Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to work efficiently and independently. Ability to handle confidential matters and perform in a friendly and professional demeanor. Must be College of Medicine, MD, student and work-study eligible across two school years 2017-18 and 2018-19.

Available Positions

3

Location

Queen Lane, Suite 114

Supervisor

Lombardo,Michael
msl92@Drexel.edu
215-991-8219

Jr. Lab Assistant University City College of Engineering – Electrical Engineering Sophomore
Jr. Lab Assistant University City College of Engineering – Electrical Engineering Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Sort through, organize and catalogue electrical engineering equipment into specific locations and databases. Will gain experience in the lab atmosphere with potential to work on hands-on projects while also networking with graduate students & professors.

Qualifications

Familiarity with optical equipment Organized & strong self motivation Engineering or Sciences background preferred

Available Positions

2

Location

3101 Market Street, 232A (Mess Lab)

Supervisor

Tomlin,Tara
tmt69@drexel.edu

Lab Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Sophomore
Lab Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Chaiken laboratory at Drexel University’s Biochemistry department is seeking to fill a part time work study position. The position involves variety of duties, including: 1. Preparation of buffers, media, agar plates 2. Preparation and dispersal of laboratory materials. 3. Maintain inventory 4. Wash, dry, autoclave and shelve glassware and miscellaneous laboratory supplies The candidates will be trained in specific techniques if required and should schedule 9-10 hrs per week.

Qualifications

The candidate must be majoring in biology, chemistry, biomedical engineering or related field. It is preferable if student has prior lab experience or has taken at least one laboratory class.

Available Positions

1

Location

New College Building, Room 11311

Supervisor

Chaiken,Irwin
imc23@drexel
215-762-4197

Lab Technician Queen Lane College of Medicine – Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Student
Lab Technician Queen Lane College of Medicine – Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

Work on a primary research project, literature review, poster and oral presentations, and publications

Qualifications

B.S. in Biology or related field

Available Positions

1

Location

2900 Queen Lane, G69

Supervisor

Pooja Jain
pj27@drexel.edu
215-991-8393

Drexel Space Systems Laboratory Manager University City College of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics Sophomore
Drexel Space Systems Laboratory Manager University City College of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

General laboratory management duties such as monitoring access to lab., inventory, arranging meetings, representing the lab at open houses, web site maintenance, supervising members' activities, and other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Familiarity with DSSL and with on-going projects, supervisory skills, and background in mechanical engineering.

Available Positions

1

Location

Main, Main 405 and AEL 172B

Supervisor

Yousuff,Ajmal
Ajmal.Yousuff@drexel.edu
215-895-1868

Student Center for Diversity & Inclusion Student Advocate University City Other – Student Center for Diversity & Inclusion Freshman
Student Center for Diversity & Inclusion Student Advocate University City Other – Student Center for Diversity & Inclusion Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Student Workers are peer paraprofessionals for the Student Center for Diversity and Inclusion at Drexel University. Our Work Studies are student leaders who support our mission to build an inclusive and global environment at Drexel through education and advocacy. The responsibilities and expectations of Student Workers are as follows: • Provide support for SCDI events and programs • Keep record of SCDI supported student orgs and their current leadership • Develop and maintain SCDI social media accounts • Develop and distribute marketing materials for SCDI programs • Provide a welcoming and engaging face for Center visitors • Draft and distribute the SCDI’S weekly newsletter • Work in the office for 8 hours a week, including some evenings and weekends • Additional administrative tasks as assigned

Qualifications

• Enrolled as a full-time student at Drexel University. • Qualified for federal work study funds through the Drexel Financial Aid office. • Interest in intersectional diversity and social justice programming and education. • Strong verbal and written communication skills • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and various Social Media accounts • Ability to work some evenings and an occasional weekend - mainly for admissions/open house events

Available Positions

3

Location

Creese , 215

Supervisor

Iannucci,Alex
iannucci@drexel.edu

Men's Basketball Student Manager University City Athletics Freshman
Men's Basketball Student Manager University City Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Help with the video taping of practice, running a clock, filling water bottles, cleaning sweat off the floor, stat practice, set up prior to practice and clean up post practice.

Qualifications

Have an understanding of basketball. Being able to follow directions and willing to do different tasks that are assigned.

Available Positions

1

Location

Daskalaskais Athletic Center, Sam Cozen Court

Supervisor

Zupko,Christopher
cez28@drexel.edu
215-895-1418

Front Desk Assistant University City LeBow College of Business – LeBow Gradaute Programs Freshman
Front Desk Assistant University City LeBow College of Business – LeBow Gradaute Programs Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Front desk and office assistance for staff of the LeBow College of Business Graduate Student Services Suite. Duties include: Front desk coverage, greeting guests, managing flow of office visitors, answering phones and directing calls, helping with projects/events, and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Must be available between hours of 8am-5pm; Outgoing personality; Reliable and punctual; Strong phone and communication skills; Strong organizational skills; Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Power Point, Outlook Calendar); Ability to use the Internet and e-mail facilities;

Available Positions

8

Location

Gerri C. LeBow Hall, Suite 453

Supervisor

Candelaria,Erin
ejk42@drexel.edu
(215) 571-3571

Student Emcee, Basketball & Lacrosse Season University City athletics Freshman
Student Emcee, Basketball & Lacrosse Season University City athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Be the voice of in-game promotions that occur during timeouts and halftimes. Create an exciting game environment and strong engagement from fans. Interact with students/kids/fans as necessary.

Qualifications

• Ideal candidate has a vibrant personality and is not afraid to speak in front of large crowds • General understanding of and interest in college basketball • Comfortability narrating live action events • Must be able to attend all men’s basketball home games • Candidate should be outgoing, personable, and creative Must apply and audition for the role in front of the Drexel Athletics marketing team.

Available Positions

2

Location

DAC, Basketball Court

Supervisor

Joyce,Sean
sean.joyce@drexel.edu
x1588

Helpdesk Support University City School of Education – School of Education Information Technology Freshman
Helpdesk Support University City School of Education – School of Education Information Technology Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Provides support to end users for basic computer, application, system, device, access and hardware issues. Identifies, researches and resolves routine technical problems of low complexity. Responds to telephone, email and on line requests for technical support. Documents, tracks, and monitors the problem using applicable systems and tools. May coordinate with other teams or departments to resolve user problems. Typically reports to a supervisor. Possesses a moderate understanding of general aspects of the job. Works under the close direction of senior personnel in the functional area. Customer-oriented approach and willingness to learn.

Qualifications

Good customer service and communication skills, ability to handle multiple tasks, willingness to perform data entry, hardware and software troubleshooting skills are a plus.

Available Positions

1

Location

One Drexel Plaza, 022

Supervisor

O'Brien,Eric
eho23@drexel.edu
215-895-6034

Office Assistant University City Campus Services Sophomore
Office Assistant University City Campus Services Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Campus Services is looking for a student to support the OneCenter. Duties will include: - Organizing and maintaining confidential files –Tracking purchases and billing information -Assisting with office organization.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate is responsible, reliable, and organized, with good communication skills. Basic experience with Microsoft Office required, intermediate experience with Excel preferred. Sophomore level and above preferred. Ability to handle confidential matters. Ability to work independently and collaboratively.

Available Positions

1

Location

Towers Hall, 203B

Supervisor

Holcomb,Shane
sdh73@drexel.edu
2158955839

ExCITe Center Assistant University City Other – ExCITe Center Freshman
ExCITe Center Assistant University City Other – ExCITe Center Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The ExCITe Center Assistant will work within the Expressive and Creative Interaction Technologies (ExCITe) Center, aiding in daily operations and supervision of the facility. The individual will manage and/or assist the following: -supply ordering and organization -manage restock in office and kitchen -oversee scheduling of conference spaces -manage Center and building badge access requests and disbursement of guest badges -manage incoming/outgoing mail and ensure distribution to correct program groups -submit reports to and coordinate with UCSC building management to ensure facility issues are handled in a timely manner -oversee #facility Slack channel keeping Center participants notified of reports and progress of facility issues -support Center tours, events, and programs -other tasks as needed

Qualifications

The ideal candidate possesses strong organizational skills, reliability, and the ability to work efficiently and independently. Applicants should have the ability to adapt quickly from one task to another while maintaining a friendly and professional demeanor. Strong communication skills and an eye for detail is also desired. Availability to work two or more consecutive terms a plus. Knowledge and proficiency in Microsoft Suite, Slack, Trello, and Google Drive a plus. Please submit letter of interest to Jillian Reilly at jmr548@drexel.edu

Available Positions

1

Location

3401 Market Street, Suite 100

Supervisor

Reilly,Jillian
(215) 895-6635

Office Assistant – Office of the Comptroller: General Accounting Center City Other – Office of the Comptroller: General Accounting Freshman
Office Assistant – Office of the Comptroller: General Accounting Center City Other – Office of the Comptroller: General Accounting Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist General Accounting department with general office duties such as scanning, keeping equipment inventory up-to-date, updating data in the Banner fixed assets systems, and other special projects as assigned.

Qualifications

Student is reliable and able to follow directions. We will provide training for any task assigned.

Available Positions

1

Location

Bellet Building, 9th Floor

Supervisor

Russo,Patricia
pjr27@drexel.edu
215.571.4478

Office Assistant University City Other – The Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching & Learning Excellence (CASTLE) Sophomore
Office Assistant University City Other – The Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching & Learning Excellence (CASTLE) Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Gain essential administrative and project management skills in a fast-paced, interdisciplinary programmatic and research center. The Office Assistant for Drexel's Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning Excellence (CASTLE) will manage data entry projects, greet students, faculty and guests, organize and update inventory program supplies, take meeting minutes, run on-campus errands, answer phones, assist professional staff in logistic management for CASTLE monthly events and take on other administrative support tasks, as needed.

Qualifications

Attention to detail, administrative experience, pleasant phone demeanor, organizational skills, proficient in Microsoft word, PowerPoint & excel.

Available Positions

5

Location

Science Center 3401 Market St, CASTLE-110

Supervisor

Tomlin,Tara
tmt69@drexel.edu

Web Developer University City College of Arts and Sciences – Physics Pre-Junior
Web Developer University City College of Arts and Sciences – Physics Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Development of WordPress-based websites for research groups. Provide technical support on relevant web-based issues; and implementing new plug-ins to improve the end-user experience. Should be comfortable developing HTML/CSS/PHP templates for the WordPress engine in a Linux OS based environment with an Apache backend.

Qualifications

1-year Experience of Web Development. 3 Example "Dynamical/PHP" Websites -OR- Sample Design for a Research Group Webpage

Available Positions

1

Location

Disque Hall, 816

Supervisor

D'Angelo,Laura
lpd22@drexel.edu

Lab Assistant in Systems and Control Lab University City College of Engineering – MEM Sophomore
Lab Assistant in Systems and Control Lab University City College of Engineering – MEM Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Lab Assistant will help design and build testing apparatus for Systems and Control Lab in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics.

Qualifications

The applicants are required to be competent in using 3D printers, and microprocessor boards like Arduino. Odroid boards, etc.

Available Positions

2

Location

CURTIS, 154

Supervisor

Chang,Bor-Chin
changbc@drexel.edu
215-895-1790

Data Analyst and Project Assistant -- Biostatistics Service Center University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Epidemiology and Biostatistics Graduate Student
Data Analyst and Project Assistant -- Biostatistics Service Center University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Epidemiology and Biostatistics Graduate Student
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

This position will involve assisting with data analysis and working with datasets on which the BSC is contracted to work. The incumbent will also assist the Director with other Center and research-related tasks and duties as needed. These include: meeting with clients to review analyses and results, scheduling clients, responding to new client inquiries, invoicing client projects, keeping running logs and progress notes of ongoing projects, contributing to manuscripts as a collaborator/co-author, implementing and aiding in the organization of new strategic initiatives to improve the function and growth of the Biostatistics Service Center.

Qualifications

1) proficient in SAS, R, or SPSS 2) enrolled in Masters or PhD Program in Epidemiology or Biostatistics, OR graduate-level training in research design and advanced quantitative methods 3) successful completion of core graduate-level epi and biostatistics coursework (OR equivalent experience) (i.e., Epidemiology and Biostatistics EPI 500-501, and the Methods Core - PBHL 512-513) 4) excellent writing and communication skills 5) ability to be flexible and handle multiple competing priorities

Available Positions

1

Location

3600 Market St., 7th fl.

Supervisor

Mensinger,Janell
jlm448@drexel.edu
267-359-6341

WELL Clinic Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – WELL Center Graduate Student
WELL Clinic Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – WELL Center Graduate Student
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

The WELL Clinic offers fee for service outpatient treatment programs designed for individuals who suffer from obesity, eating disorders and related conditions using empirically-based treatments and therapeutic approaches with strong research backing to provide the most effective treatments available. The specific interventions delivered by clinicians vary but generally include: Behavioral Treatment for weight-loss and weight maintenance, Acceptance-Based Behavioral Therapy for weight loss and weight maintenance, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-Enhanced for Eating Disorders, Acceptance-based Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders, and Integrated Cognitive-Affective Therapy for Eating Disorders and may be delivered through individual or group-treatment models. The student will be immersed in a dynamic, cutting-edge program that is staffed by licensed clinical psychologists, post-doctoral fellows, doctoral and masters-level therapists, full-time research coordinators, and undergraduate interns. This rich environment will provide training in many aspects of the clinical therapy and private practice models, including patient recruitment and phone intakes, in-person evaluation and assessment, treatment delivery and development, and reception. Progression to greater responsibility/roles in the lab with experience to be discussed.

Qualifications

Applicants should be enrolled in the PhD or Masters Psychology program and should be interested in health- related behavior change, obesity, eating disorders and/or intervention science. Competitive applicants will be detail-oriented, able to work independently, and comfortable interacting with patients in a warm, professional manner. Prior experience is a plus, but is not required.

Available Positions

1

Location

3101 Market Street and Stratton Hall, 215/279

Supervisor

Vander Veur,Stephanie
slv47@drexel.edu
2155537100

Gallery Attendant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Leonard Pearlstein Gallery Freshman
Gallery Attendant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Leonard Pearlstein Gallery Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Pearlstein Gallery Attendants perform a range of jobs; they are our visitor services associates, security staff, office admins, event producers, communications department and marketing team. Primary responsibilities are greeting visitors and answering questions concerning gallery exhibitions and events, opening and closing the gallery. Gallery staff also regularly produce and distribute promotional content using MailChimp and social media platforms, maintain the office and gallery spaces, and assist with the installation and break down of exhibitions and events. Depending on a student’s special skills and interests, additional projects may be available as needed including graphic design work, sound engineering, event production and others. Regular meetings, some nights and weekends are required. Staff members will have an opportunity to particpiate in great programming throughout the year including live music, dance, literary events, film festivals and more. To apply please send an email with your resume to gallery@drexel.edu

Qualifications

The right fit for this position will be comfortable interfacing in a friendly and outgoing manner with gallery visitors. You'll have to talk to every single person that walks through the door to greet them, and sometimes will have to ask them to keep distances from the artwork. If this sounds really uncomfortable to you, this might not be the right job! Punctuality is a must. Some nights and weekends are required. Customer Service experience, and/or interest in contemporary art is a plus. Open to all majors

Available Positions

6

Location

URBN Annex, Leonard Pearlstein Gallery

Supervisor

Appleton,Leah
gallery@drexel.edu
215-895-2548

Assistant to Program Coordinator Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – MSN Advanced Role Department Freshman
Assistant to Program Coordinator Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – MSN Advanced Role Department Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist Program Coordinator with program data management and project management; including some administrative and clerical duties; sorting / picking up mail; typing; mailings, scanning, copying, etc.; other administrative /clerical duties as assigned. will have the opportunity to be creative and contribute to department projects.

Qualifications

An ideal work study student in this position is one who can work both independently, collaboratively and is a creative problem solver. Basic computer skills and understanding and experience working in Microsoft Office suite is essential.

Available Positions

1

Location

3 Parkway; 1601 Cherry Street, 9106

Supervisor

Keen,Amanda
amk377@drexel.edu
267-359-5693

Lab Assistant University City College of Engineering – Mem Freshman
Lab Assistant University City College of Engineering – Mem Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Student will work in the biofabrication laboratory. Student will be responsible for replacing lab equipment once used and cleaning of labwares. Shadowing researchers in lab is permitted. Student will not conduct any research.

Qualifications

Undergrad. Engineering

Available Positions

3

Location

Bossone, 330

Supervisor

Hamid,Qudus
2158956688

TMS and Neuroimaging Laboratory Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Psychology Sophomore
TMS and Neuroimaging Laboratory Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Psychology Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The lab assistant will support ongoing data collection and analysis in the CogNeW lab under principal investigator John Medaglia. Primary duties include preparing EEG and TMS equipment, assisting in subject preparation, scheduling, data management and analysis / literature review. This is a training position intended to train students in lab, testing, research and analysis duties.

Qualifications

Majoring in Psychology, Bioengineering, Engineering, Biology or Comp-Sci

Available Positions

1

Location

Stratton Hall, 308

Supervisor

Medaglia,John
john.d.medaglia@drexel.edu
215-805-1403

Administrative Assistant-Graduate School Center City Other – Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies Freshman
Administrative Assistant-Graduate School Center City Other – Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies, Division of Biomedical Science Programs will hire two work-study Student Administrative Assistants. The position involves a variety of duties, including: assisting the Academic Administrators with office duties such as: filing, copying, scanning, faxing, answering the telephone, campus activities, assisting with event execution, coordinating meeting details and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook, Adobe, Graphic Design and/or Web Management. Possess excellent communication, organization, time management, and writing. Student must have availability to work between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

Available Positions

2

Location

New College Building, 4104

Supervisor

Mangano,Amanda
amm523@drexel.edu
215-762-8217

Equipment Window Attendant- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Equipment Window Attendant- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Provide quality customer service through the organization and exchange of all rental equipment to students and community members. - Implement facility rules and regulations for both the Recreation Center and Daskalakis Athletic Center - Distribute and collect Recreation Equipment - Keep daily inventories and orderly equipment and ensure the cleanliness of the Equipment Window storage area - Monitor condition of equipment - Complete Equipment Log and Inventory ledgers - Knowledge of Facility Programs and Hours - Promote Recreational Programming - Respond to emergencies if necessary - Fulfill other duties as assigned by the Assistant Director or Facility & Operations Co-op

Qualifications

- Must be available for morning, late night and weekend shifts including breaks and holidays - Strong organization and communication skills - Understanding of Drexel Recreation Center and Daskalakis Athletic Center policies and regulations

Available Positions

1

Location

3301 Market Street, 112

Supervisor

Walker,Scott
sww35@drexel.edu

Welcome Center Staff Member- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Welcome Center Staff Member- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Welcome Center Staff Members provide customer service and access control for the Recreation Center. They are also responsible for troubleshooting access issues, answering facility telephones, giving tours, and communicating with students and patrons.

Qualifications

Must be available for morning, late night and weekend shifts including breaks and holidays Strong organization and communication skills Understanding of Drexel Recreation Center and Daskalakis Athletic Center policies and regulations Customer Service experience preferred

Available Positions

1

Location

3301 Market Street, 112

Supervisor

Butler,Tyisha
tnb36@drexel.edu

Fitness Floor Attendant- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Fitness Floor Attendant- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Fitness Floor Attendants are responsible for enforcing fitness floor policies, testing and monitoring conditions of fitness equipment, and maintaining equipment cleanliness and organization.

Qualifications

Must be available for morning, late night and weekend shifts including breaks and holidays Strong organization and communication skills Understanding of Drexel Recreation Center and Daskalakis Athletic Center policies and regulations Familiarity with Recreation Fitness Floors and fitness equipment preferred

Available Positions

1

Location

3301 Market Street, 112

Supervisor

Walker,Scott
sww35@drexel.edu

Marketing and Media Staff Member- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Marketing and Media Staff Member- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Marketing positions involve a variety of tasks, including designing digital marketing campaigns, performing market research, Web Design, Photography, Social Media, Graphic Design, Videography, and Brand Ambassadors. Ultimately, you should be able to increase and ensure brand consistency. If you’re a creative, goal-oriented student, we would like you to be part of our team and share innovative ideas to achieve success marketing to our students and community.

Qualifications

Proven work within Web Design, Photography, Social Media, Graphic Design, or as a Brand Ambassadors Demonstrable experience with marketing campaigns and web technologies (e.g. online tools and social media) In-depth knowledge of social media platforms Understanding of web design Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) Strong analytical skills Team management skills

Available Positions

1

Location

3301 Market Street, 112

Supervisor

Case,Andrew
anc68@drexel.edu

Lifeguard- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Lifeguard- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Lifeguards maintain constant surveillance and enforce all pool rules in a consistent manner. Primary Responsibilities: Supervise all patrons in the Aquatic Center and maintain pool cleanliness by organizing equipment daily Recognize and respond to emergencies appropriately and quickly. Administer First Aid and CPR as required Secondary Responsibilities: Record water temperature and patron statistics Maintain cleanliness by organizing exercise equipment Attend all in-service trainings Show professionalism at all times by utilizing outstanding customer service Complete payroll information biweekly

Qualifications

Current Lifeguarding, CPR, AED and First Aid certification; American Red Cross preferred Excellent customer service skills

Available Positions

1

Location

3301 Market Street, 112

Supervisor

Brown,Bridget
bcb69@drexel.edu

Swim Instructor- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Swim Instructor- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Provide swimming lessons to individuals of all ages and levels Provide individual and group instruction for varying ages of the campus community Begin and end lessons on time, remain after to answer questions as needed and clean up equipment Educate participants on proper technique and promote water safety Teach with encouragement and positive reinforcement Assist in emergencies according to the Emergency Action Plan Submit and maintain proper paperwork in a timely manner Attend mandatory in-services Complete payroll information biweekly

Qualifications

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) preferred American Red Cross Lifeguard certification preferred Previous swim instructor experience required Proficient in swimming – freestyle, backstroke, breastroke and elementary backstroke Ability to work independently Strong communication and customer service skills

Available Positions

1

Location

3301 Market Street, 112

Supervisor

Brown,Bridget
bcb69@drexel.edu

Intramural Official- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Intramural Official- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Officiate Intramural Games and assist with game set-up and clean-up as needed. Maintain knowledge of officiating rules and participant policies.

Qualifications

Availability to work evenings and weekends Ability to learn how to officiate multiple sports Strong interpersonal and conflict resolution skills

Available Positions

1

Location

3301 Market Street, 112

Supervisor

Riley,Shawn
sdr96@drexel.edu

Climbing Wall Staff Member- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Climbing Wall Staff Member- Recreational Athletics University City Recreational Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Climbing Wall Staff Member responsibilities primarily include overseeing and assisting Climbing Wall patrons in keeping with participant and facility safety standards. Climbing Wall Staff secondary responsibilities include assisting with clinics, testing, route setting, and minor wall maintenance.

Qualifications

Climbing Wall Staff should possess the ability to work both independently and as a team member interacting with a diverse population of Recreational Athletics members and staff. Climbing Wall Staff work under the supervision of the Climbing Wall Coordinator and Climbing Wall Head Instructors.

Available Positions

1

Location

3301 Market Street, 112

Supervisor

Rogers,James
jbr83@drexel.edu

ELAM Staff Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – ELAM Freshman
ELAM Staff Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – ELAM Freshman
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The ELAM Staff Assistant will work with different members of ELAM staff assisting with special projects depending on time of year. General duties will include printing documents for workshops, packing materials for offsite programs, data entry, and other general office work

Qualifications

Understanding and confidence to work in Microsoft Office suite, with emphasis on Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. Customer service mentality essential for answering and directing phone calls and visitors

Available Positions

1

Location

K-Wing, 147

Supervisor

Kall,Brian
kall@drexel.edu
215-991-8248

Website Manager Queen Lane College of Medicine – Office of Educational Affairs Freshman
Website Manager Queen Lane College of Medicine – Office of Educational Affairs Freshman
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Maintain and update the internal website for the Office of Educational Affairs in Drexel's College of Medicine.

Qualifications

Must know Dreamweaver. Previous web experience a plus

Available Positions

1

Location

Can work remotely, Room 102, Queen Lane

Supervisor

Simpser,Tamar
tts37@drexel.edu
2159918319

Lab assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Neurobiology and Anatomy Graduate Student
Lab assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Neurobiology and Anatomy Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

help graduate students and staff in the lab to conduct biochemical and behavioral experiments for neuroscience and mental disorders

Qualifications

biology background with some lab experience and skills

Available Positions

1

Location

Queen Lane, 255

Supervisor

Gao,Wen-Jun
wg38@drexel.edu
2159918907

Lab assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Neurobiology and Anatomy Graduate Student
Lab assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – Neurobiology and Anatomy Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

We are looking for a qualified part-time lab assistant to undertake a variety of laboratory procedures, especially animal colony care and genotyping. The ideal candidate will have experience in working with transgenic animals and biological background with a 4-year college degree. He/She will be trained to maintain animal care conditions and will be passionate about doing work with animal studies.

Qualifications

Responsibilities • Receive, label and analyze samples for genotyping. • Care about animal breeding and colonies • Execute laboratory testing according to standard procedures, make observations and interpret findings • Organize and store all chemicals substances, fluids, and compressed gases according to safety instructions • Record all data and results in specified forms (paper and electronic) with accuracy and responsibility • Ensure that all safety guidelines are followed strictly at all times and maintain a clean and orderly environment Requirements • Laboratory working experience as Lab Technician or relevant position • Experience in handling small animals • Outstanding record of college performance • Degree in biology, chemistry or relevant field • Working knowledge of MS Office (especially Excel) and database systems

Available Positions

2

Location

Queen Lane, 255

Supervisor

Gao,Wen-Jun
wg38@drexel.edu
2159918907

Office Assistant-Global Initiatives Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Strategic Initatives & Global Health Care Sophomore
Office Assistant-Global Initiatives Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Strategic Initatives & Global Health Care Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Under the leadership of Director of Global Health Care, and Director of Strategic Initiatives, this student will: (1) Assist collecting information, resources and data around current global health syllabi, study abroad; and global classrooms (2) Help organize events and workshops to promote global mobility in CNHP (3) Search online for grant/scholarship opportunies for faculty to apply to (4) Write articles for the Daily Dose about CNHP’s global accomplishments (5) Research models of global health centers to glean best practices.

Qualifications

- Interest in research - Good writen and verbal communication skills - Interest in global health - We will work around your class schedule and availability

Available Positions

3

Location

3 Parkway, 10th Floor (Cubicle)

Supervisor

Clark,Katherine
katherine.o.clark@drexel.edu
267-359-5549

Administrative Assistant Center City Kline School of Law – Kline School of Law Freshman
Administrative Assistant Center City Kline School of Law – Kline School of Law Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Perform general office functions including typing, faxing, scanning, copying documents. Courteous and prompt reception to walk-in traffic, telephone calls. Gathers, enters or updates data to maintain departmental records and databases, as appropriate.

Qualifications

Good communication skills (written and oral) Ability to work proactively. Knowledge of Word, Excel Strong work ethic and understanding of the importance of confidentiality.

Available Positions

5

Location

Kline Institute of Trial Advocacy (1200 Chestnut Street - Center City), Office 510

Supervisor

McGovern,Mary
mary.k.mcgovern@drexel.edu
215.571.4815

Field Experience Specialist University City DragonsTeach Freshman
Field Experience Specialist University City DragonsTeach Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

DragonsTeach is a Drexel University academic program that offers Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors the opportunity to receive secondary teaching certification along with their degree and co-op experience. The program is looking to hire eager STEM majors to become Field Experience Specialists that will support student teaching experiences in Philadelphia schools. Duties include: inventory management, practice teach assistance/review, social media maintenance, greeting visitors, filing, photocopying, recruitment initiative support, and other duties as assigned. Interested candidates should send their resume to the contact listed below.

Qualifications

- Must be a freshman, sophomore, pre-junior, or junior - Be able to work hours between 2:00 pm- 7:00 pm, Monday- Friday - Be majoring in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics field - Be available to work at least 10 hours a week - Be punctual, professional, and comfortable multi-tasking Preferable Candidates: - Completed ESTM 201 with a letter grade of a “B” or better - Interested in joining the DragonsTeach program

Available Positions

4

Location

3401 Market Street , Suite 110

Supervisor

Conteh,Fatima
fc328@drexel.edu
215-571-4233

Lab/Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Freshman
Lab/Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Chemistry research lab activities: photocopying, scanning, editing/transcribing files on computer, reagent & equipment inventory maintenance (incl. submitting disposal requests), cleaning/storing glassware. Interested/qualified students can also get to do some bench chemistry if they wish.

Qualifications

Some science courses in previous education.

Available Positions

2

Location

Disqué Hall, 402

Supervisor

Addison,Anthony
AddisonA@drexel.edu
215-895-2646

COE Innovation Studio Jr. Lab Technician University City College of Engineering – Office of the Dean COE Freshman
COE Innovation Studio Jr. Lab Technician University City College of Engineering – Office of the Dean COE Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist in managing the Innovation Studio located at 3101 Market St. Managing inventory and setting up and preparing for the freshman lab modules on a weekly basis. Assist in 3D printing, laser cutting and monitoring the 3D printer queue system. Maintain the organization and cleanliness of the Innovation Studio.

Qualifications

Basic knowledge of 3D printing operations, good organization skills and the willing to learn more about the Innovation Studio operations.

Available Positions

15

Location

88A, 257B

Supervisor

Bradley Eshelman
bre22@drexel.edu
2158956010

Lab Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Sophomore
Lab Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job 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. Lab works on breast cancer research.

Qualifications

Motivated, mature and responsible student. Previous lab experience preferred but not required.

Available Positions

1

Location

New College Building, 11117

Supervisor

Reginato,Mauricio
mjr53@drexel.edu
215-762-3554

LSST Simulations Programmer University City College of Arts and Sciences – Physics Freshman
LSST Simulations Programmer University City College of Arts and Sciences – Physics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Run simulations in the programming framework of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) project. Simulate observations of "quasars" to help determine the best cadence for the upcoming LSST project.

Qualifications

Proficient in Python programming (including Jupyter notebooks). Knowledgable about the LSST opSim and MAF frameworks. Familiarity with properties of quasars drawn from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. Experience with photometric redshifts.

Available Positions

1

Location

Disque, 704

Supervisor

Richards,Gordon
gtr25@drexel.edu

Front office aid University City Other – Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships Freshman
Front office aid University City Other – Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Support the collective vision of the Dornsife Center as an integral member of the staff and will help advance its mission to create a community of shared opportunity in the Mantua and Powelton Village neighborhoods. In this important role, the student will assist with marketing and communications, community outreach and engagement, programming and evaluation, special events, data entry, and administrative duties.

Qualifications

• Excellent writing and communication skills • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills • Excellent organizational skills • Strong ethical leadership • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills • Creative self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively • Flexible scheduling – must be available to work some evenings and weekends • Demonstrated interest in community development and engagement a plus • Must be proficient in social media platforms, Microsoft Office Suite, and Google Docs

Available Positions

10

Location

3509 Spring Garden Street, Lindy House M100

Supervisor

Coleman-Williams,Dominique
dc844@drexel.edu
215-571-3293

Data Entry Assistant University City Other – Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships Freshman
Data Entry Assistant University City Other – Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships utilizes Salesforce to keep track of every person that attends programs and events. Like all large data sets, there are some inconsistencies throughout which causes significant statistical errors when trying to analyze certain trends. The Data Assistant will primarily work on data entry and merging duplicate accounts. However, there may be times when the assistant will be assigned to help with a special event/project.

Qualifications

•Can work both independently and collaboratively •Has tech skills in excel and Salesforce is preferred, but can be trained •Pays attention to detail •Can handle confidential matters

Available Positions

2

Location

Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships, M305

Supervisor

Wen,Amy
aw447@drexel.edu
215-571-4025

Office Assistant (AgeWell Collaboratory) Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Strategic Initatives & Global Health Care Sophomore
Office Assistant (AgeWell Collaboratory) Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Strategic Initatives & Global Health Care Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Office Assistant will work with CNHP's Director of Strategic Initiatives and the new AgeWell Collaboratory to develop the AgeWell Student Network. The Collaboratory serves as a "center without walls" to bring together scientists, community members, practitioners, educators and students to find creative ways to address key challenges for our aging society. The RA will assist with (1) developing a structure for the new student network, (2) create content to recruit students to join the group (3) connect with other student groups within and outside of Drexel, and (4) coordinate student meet & greets/events.

Qualifications

Undergraduate and graduate students welcome to apply

Available Positions

5

Location

3 Parkway, 10th Floor (Cubicle)

Supervisor

Clark,Katherine
koc23@drexel.edu
267.359.5549

Lab Assistant Queen Lane Neurobiology and Anatomy Senior
Lab Assistant Queen Lane Neurobiology and Anatomy Senior
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Senior

Job Description

Will assist graduate students and postdoctoral fellows working in a basic reseach lab studying the effects of spinal cord injury on systemic function, including the gut microbiome. Responsibilities will include sample harvesting and DNA analysis.

Qualifications

Medical student seeking part-time, work study position.

Available Positions

1

Location

Queen Lane, 241

Supervisor

Tom,Veronica
vjt25@drexel.edu

OED Note-taker University City Other – The Office of Equality and Diversity Freshman
OED Note-taker University City Other – The Office of Equality and Diversity Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The OED Note-taker is an integral member of the department and contributes to achieving OED’s mission of providing equal opportunities and equal access to education, programs, and activities at Drexel University. Note-takers are responsible for providing clear and accurate notes as a record of lectures and instructional time to students with disabilities who have been approved for note taking as a reasonable accommodation.

Qualifications

Note Taking Responsibilities • Attend the assigned course in which notes are required weekly. o Note-takers must be on time for each class and be present until the completion of the instructional time. • Provide clear and comprehensive notes to students who are approved for note taking as a reasonable accommodation. o Note-takers are required to pass the Note Taking Quiz that is available through the Disability Resources website. o Within the quiz, Note-takers are provided with guideline on how to best write material in a clear and consistent way that is easy for the reader to navigate. Note-takers should use these guidelines when fulfilling their note taking responsbilites. o The employee must be able to write legibly or have the ability to type course content. • Share notes within 24 hours of the completion of class via the agreed upon format. o There are two note taking delivery methods:  Method 1 - Direct delivery which includes email and document sharing between the requesting student and the Note-taker.  Method 2 - Photo copy which allows the requesting student to remain anonymous. Note-takers will bring hard copies of the notes to the Information Desk at Creese Student Center (University City Campus) or the Center City Alternative Testing Center, Conference Room C (Center City Campus). The staff at each center will take copies of the Note-taker’s notes and provide the original copies back to the Note-taker. • This role requires the Note-taker to maintain confidentiality by not disclosing the name or other identifying information about the student that they are taking notes for as an approved accommodation through DR. • Employee must exhibit professionalism and appropriate classroom conduct while acting in the role of Note-taker. Experience • Have the ability to work at least 4 hours per week and attend the class for which notes are required. • Possess excellent communication, organization, time management, and writing skills. • No previous experience required.

Available Positions

30

Location

This employee will report to the classroom that requires a Note-taker on the University City Campus or Center City Campus. , Varies

Supervisor

Perez,Jenna
jcp95@drexel.edu
2155714361

Administrative Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Doctoral Nursing Freshman
Administrative Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Doctoral Nursing Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

We are seeking an administrative assistant for a mother-infant perinatal mental intensive outpatient program (Mother Baby Connections) at the College of Nursing and Health Professions. Responsibilities include patient scheduling, communicating with patients, monitoring patient and therapist activities, transitioning patients to a variety of therapies, facilitating snacks, and assisting patients to complete online mental health surveys. Responsibilities also include taking minutes for team care coordination meetings and patient navigation (solution-focused planning with patients to optimize attendance, monitoring patient symptoms, progress and functioning; and coordinating discharge planning).

Qualifications

The position requires an individual who is efficient, communicates well with others, has good organizational and critical thinking skills, and is comfortable seeking assistance from supervisors when needed. We are looking for an individual who is passionate about promoting optimal mental health among mothers with mental health problems and their infants, and would like to be part of a strong team of perinatal mental health researchers.

Available Positions

2

Location

Three Parkway, 1601 Cherry St. , 387

Supervisor

Posmontier,Barbara
bp98@drexel.edu
215-495-3050

Student Assistant University City College of Engineering – Civil, Architectual and Environmental Engineering Sophomore
Student Assistant University City College of Engineering – Civil, Architectual and Environmental Engineering Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

looking for a reliable work study student who will assist Dr. Monalto on a weekly basis with administrative tasks associated both with his Open Channel Flow class and his research at the Sustanable Water Rsources Engineering Lab. These activities could include scanning materials, and posting to Drexel One, assisting with organization of research files, laboratory cleanup, literature reviews, and proofreading of written manuscripts.

Qualifications

word, excel, general office duties

Available Positions

1

Location

Main Building/Curtis Hall, 251

Supervisor

Montalto,Franco
fam26@drexel.edu
215-895-1385

Integrated Circuit Automation Assistant University City College of Engineering – Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Pre-Junior
Integrated Circuit Automation Assistant University City College of Engineering – Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Perform automation tasks for integrated circuit design and architecture using skills in computer architecture, integrated circuit design and machine learning.

Qualifications

6 months experience in computer architecture, integrated circuit design, machine learning and networks on chip.

Available Positions

1

Location

Bossone, 405

Supervisor

Taskin,Baris
bt62@drexel.edu
215-895-5972

Marketing, Communications and Recruitment Assistant in the College of Arts and Sciences University City College of Arts and Sciences – Marketing, Communications and Recruitment Sophomore
Marketing, Communications and Recruitment Assistant in the College of Arts and Sciences University City College of Arts and Sciences – Marketing, Communications and Recruitment Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The College of Arts and Sciences is hiring a work study student for its Marketing, Communications and Recruitment Team! Projects include but are not limited to: booking rooms and catering orders for College events, managing the College’s weekly events email, ordering promotional items, preparing marketing materials and assisting with day-of tasks for College events, scheduling meetings, writing and editing select college communications, and other duties as assigned.     Interested? Contact Diane Ketler at dk882@drexel.edu. 

Qualifications

Applicants should be creative, organized and possess strong communication and time-management skills.

Available Positions

1

Location

MacAlister Hall, 4020 (Dean's Office Suite)

Supervisor

Holliday,Diane
dk882@drexel.edu
215.895.5976

Athletic Equipment Assistant University City Other – Athletics Freshman
Athletic Equipment Assistant University City Other – Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

This position will assist the athletic equipment staff with laundry operations at the athletic centers. This position will run through summer, fall, winter and spring semesters.

Qualifications

Work study

Available Positions

12

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center, 112

Supervisor

Armstrong,Brendan
bja63@drexel.edu
2158952320

Biomedical Graduate School Office Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Professional Studies Freshman
Biomedical Graduate School Office Assistant Center City College of Medicine – Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Professional Studies Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Provide general office support, Excel, Word and Power Point would be required. Will also support for special events i.e. md/phd interview day and professional development programs.

Qualifications

Undergraduate or Graduate student

Available Positions

1

Location

New College, 19-314

Supervisor

Richman,Melissa
mgr37@drexel.edu
215-762-8407

Program Assistant, Sport Coaching Leadership University City School of Education – School of Education Teaching, Learning, Curriculum Freshman
Program Assistant, Sport Coaching Leadership University City School of Education – School of Education Teaching, Learning, Curriculum Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Program Assistant will assist the Program Director with various projects related to the development of the Sport Coaching Leadership program at Drexel University. Project-related work may include social media management, database management, strategic planning, marketing, communication, newsletter design, and/or research.

Qualifications

Comfortable and Creative with the Use of Social Media, Self-Disciplined, Motivated Leader, Team Player, Previous Competitive Sport Experience (a plus), Student at Drexel University, Any Major, but ideal for Sport Management, Business, or Entrepreneurship majors

Available Positions

3

Location

3401 Market Street, 331

Supervisor

Klein,Valerie
vek25@drexel.edu
215-895-0946

EGS Assistant Game Developer University City Other – ExCITe (3147) Sophomore
EGS Assistant Game Developer University City Other – ExCITe (3147) Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The EGS Assistant Game Developer (AGD) will work closely with lab staff to design and execute playable features of video game prototypes and products. The AGD is expected to work on projects in various stages of development, contributing to abstract design concepts in the early stages and delivering playable experiences in the late stages.

Qualifications

+ Working familiarity with the Unity game engine + Experience with C# coding language + Ability to work independently in a task-based environment + 1-3 years experience in game development (hobby or professional) + Willingness to accept feedback and incorporate it into rapid iteration

Available Positions

1

Location

ExCITe Center, 3401 Market Street , Suite 100

Supervisor

Arnold,Corey
cwa34@drexel.edu
215-571-4490

Assistant Graphic Designer University City Goodwin College of Professional Studies – Goodwin College of Professional Studies Sophomore
Assistant Graphic Designer University City Goodwin College of Professional Studies – Goodwin College of Professional Studies Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Goodwin College of Professional Studies is looking for an assistant graphic designer to work in our marketing department. The work study will be responsible for designing infographics on college and program data, creating social media graphics as well as laying out print materials such as flyers, posters and brochures. Some light photo editing may also be required. 10-15 hours/wk for 5 weeks. Office hours are flexible.

Qualifications

● Graphic design experience for promotional or educational materials ● Proficiency in graphic design software, preferably Adobe Creative Suite ● Proficiency in digital importing, compression and optimization ● Strong interpersonal communication skills ● Strong work ethic with an ability to meet deadlines and work independently ● Knowledge of photo licensing ● Web design experience is a plus

Available Positions

1

Location

Gerri C LeBow Hall, 3220 Market Street, 370

Supervisor

Semigran,Rachel
ras66@drexel.edu
215-895-6933

Drexel Athletics Strength & Conditioning University City Other – Athletics Sophomore
Drexel Athletics Strength & Conditioning University City Other – Athletics Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Strength & Conditioning, needs assistance with the oversight of training and performance enhancement for all student athletes. We need help with daily set-up, breakdown, attendance, and maintaining a safe and high energy environment.

Qualifications

None needed but some weight room experience is preferred. Will teach students what they need to know. Applicants should have a strong work ethic.

Available Positions

6

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center (DAC) , 045

Supervisor

Rankin,Michael
mrr36@drexel.edu
215-895-2026

Operations Assistant University City Other – University Housing Freshman
Operations Assistant University City Other – University Housing Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Operations Assistant will be responsible for managing daily work order requests through the University's work management software for the Residence Hall buildings. Daily management includes monitoring trends, closing work orders, and building inspections. The position will also support purchasing initiatives following the University's procurement policies. Responsibilities: • Must be able to perform weekly routine quality assurance inspections of assigned Residence Hall buildings by walking all floors and recording information in the University’s work order management software. • Other tasks as assigned. University Housing hours of operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm, and select weekends

Qualifications

• Can appreciate and work in ambiguous environments • Provide excellent oral communication skills 
• Provide basic computer skills to provide quality service 
 • Dependable with respect for confidentiality 


Available Positions

1

Location

Towers Hall, 101 N. 34th Street , 2nd Floor

Supervisor

Santos,Diana
das424@drexel.edu

Women's Lacrosse Manager University City Athletics Freshman
Women's Lacrosse Manager University City Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Help with the video taping of practice, breaking down film, working the scoreboard, stat for practices. Film all home games

Qualifications

Can attend most if not all practices through season. Be able to film all home games during season.

Available Positions

2

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center/Vidas Athletic Complex, N/A

Supervisor

Donnelly,Kelsea
kmd466@drexel.edu

Student Lab Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Center for Interprofessional Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP) Sophomore
Student Lab Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Center for Interprofessional Clinical Simulation and Practice (CICSP) Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Student Lab Assistant will assist in maintaining CICSP labs for stock and readiness. Includes set-up, staging, and breakdown of labs for skills or simulations events, and assistance with organizing and maintaining supply levels.

Qualifications

The student lab assistant should posses a basic understanding of health procedures, and a high level of organization and professionalism.

Available Positions

2

Location

New College Building (NCB), 3108

Supervisor

Miranda,Cristina
csm334@drexel.edu

Laboratory Technician Center City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Freshman
Laboratory Technician Center City College of Arts and Sciences – Biology Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

General Lab duties and research in Alzheimer's disease

Qualifications

Biology major, good interest

Available Positions

1

Location

PISB, 312

Supervisor

Felice Elefant
fe22@drexel.edu
2158950220

Student Assistant Center City Biology Freshman
Student Assistant Center City Biology Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

General lab duties and research in Alzheimer's disease

Qualifications

Biology background

Available Positions

1

Location

PISB, 312

Supervisor

Felice Elefant
fe22@drexel.edu
2158950220

Research Aide University City College of Arts and Sciences – Physics Sophomore
Research Aide University City College of Arts and Sciences – Physics Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Assist in novel studies of the physics of sickle hemoglobin polymerization

Qualifications

Familiarity with Mathematica, familiarity with microfluidic fabrication

Available Positions

2

Location

Disque, 922, 802, 903

Supervisor

Ferrone,Frank
fferrone@drexel.edu
2158952778

Junior Knitting Technican University City Pennsylvania Fabric Discovery Center Pre-Junior
Junior Knitting Technican University City Pennsylvania Fabric Discovery Center Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

The Junior Knitting Technician will support CFF's Design Project Manager in the execution of functional fabric research and development activities. The person in this role will work on a variety of projects based on current need. Creating and visualizing ideas to produce designs by hand or using a computer-aided design system Knit programming, draping, and/or patternmaking experience utilizing the Shima Seiki SDS-ONE Apex system Understanding technical specifications for wearable technology and functional fabric design Basic understanding of manufacturing process for wearable tech and functional fabrics Familiarity with both traditional and non-traditional fibers, yarns, and textiles Understanding of additive manufacturing processes (3D printing) Support Lab Manager with experimentation and fabrication using computerized flat-bed knitting machines Assist lab members with design projects as instructed by Design Project Manager File and physical sample management Process record keeping Performs additional duties and assignments as requested

Qualifications

A flexible approach to new design concepts is a must Applicants must to be adaptable and work effectively in a changing environment Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to organize and prioritize workload Excellent time management skills Must be detail oriented individual and a strong self-starter Ability to work well as an individual and as a member of a team Ability to work well under pressure in an environment of shifting priorities and change Ability to manage multiple projects with strict deadlines Shima Seiki SDS-One Apex workstation experience Advanced skill with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)

Available Positions

1

Location

3401 Market Street, Suite 100

Supervisor

Kara,Christina
cdk55@drexel.edu
215-571-4498

Invertebrate Paleontology Collections Assistant Academy of Natural Sciences Invertebrate Paleontology Freshman
Invertebrate Paleontology Collections Assistant Academy of Natural Sciences Invertebrate Paleontology Freshman
Campus

Academy of Natural Sciences

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Academy of Natural Sciences Invertebrate Paleontology (IP) collection is the oldest IP collection in the United States, and houses approximately 1 million fossil invertebrate specimens. Work-study students will join the IP Collections Manager in a project to inventory the entire collection, an effort which has not been undertaken in at least 40 years. We will open every drawer in every cabinet and assess what is inside, in an effort to find out what the exact size and demographics of the collection are, and to understand how these specimens could be used in future research projects.

Qualifications

•Demonstrable interest in paleontology, geology, biology, malacology, museum studies, or related fields •High level of attention to detail •Basic computer literacy •Ability to work independently as well as respectfully with others •Ability to maintain a regular schedule and communicate regularly with collections staff •Eagerness to learn

Available Positions

2

Location

Academy of Natural Sciences, Academy of Natural Sciences, Invertebrate Paleontology Collection

Supervisor

Estes-Smargiassi,Kathryn
kae85@drexel.edu
215-299-1114

Program Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – ELAM Sophomore
Program Assistant Queen Lane College of Medicine – ELAM Sophomore
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The work-study student shall assist with the daily office duties of the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine Program® (ELAM) a dynamic, nationally-recognized, award-winning women’s leadership program that is housed at the Drexel University College of Medicine. Our Fellows come from institutions around the world. Duties include helping to prepare materials for the program, alumnae receptions and other events, database management, on-site conference assistance, and marketing assistance. Other duties include: • Expense tracking and budgetary assistance • Filing • Special projects as needed • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

• Pleasant demeanor, 'people skills' • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Creativity and problem-solving ability • Ability to adapt quickly from one task to another • Ability to pay close attention to details • Good understanding of computer applications, including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook) • CRM (Database experience a plus)

Available Positions

2

Location

New Academic Wing, 142

Supervisor

Kall,Brian
kall@drexel.edu, lml57@drexel.edu
215-991-8240

Athletics Game Day Staff University City Athletics Sophomore
Athletics Game Day Staff University City Athletics Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Game day operations during home sporting events. Winter: Men's and Women's Basketball & Men's Wrestling - All winter sports home games are held at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. Students will work various positions involving ticketeting, merchandise, game operations, & more. Spring: Men's & Women's Lacrosse - All spring sports home games are held at Vidas Athletic Complex. Fall: Men's and Women's Soccer & Women's Field Hockey - All fall sports home games are held at Vidas Athletic Complex. Students will work various positions including Merchadise and Music Operator.

Qualifications

High level of customer service, positive attitude, and ability to problem solve. Prior experience is not required.

Available Positions

15

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center, N/A

Supervisor

Campbell,Allison
2158956375

Contracts Administrator Assistant Center City Other – Office of Research Pre-Junior
Contracts Administrator Assistant Center City Other – Office of Research Pre-Junior
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Support the Contracts team within Drexel University's Office of Research, which handles all university agreements for sponsored projects, research and certain community services/outreach. Upload emails into database to record contract negotiation activity; type edits into contracts as provided by Contracts team members; enter data from nurse coordinators into Excel spreadsheets and Word tables for clinical trial budgets; work on simple contracts based on written guidelines and feedback from Contracts team members; copy, scan and mail documents. Excellent learning opportunity for student interested in legal studies, research administration and clinical research.

Qualifications

Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook). Ability to type. Ability to learn database management system called Coeus to update contract negotiation log activity.

Available Positions

1

Location

Bellet Building at 1505 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102, 10th floor

Supervisor

Arasin,Christine
cja83@drexel.edu
215.895.6274

Administrative Assistant Academy of Natural Sciences Academy of Natural Sciences Sophomore
Administrative Assistant Academy of Natural Sciences Academy of Natural Sciences Sophomore
Campus

Academy of Natural Sciences

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Academy of Natural Sciences Center for Academy Science seeks a detail-oriented student to assist the Administrative Coordinator in day-to-day tasks and special projects. There are two components to the position: [1] Recurring responsibilities may include data entry, maintaining office supply inventory, cash handling, and assist in coordinating special events; and [2] Academy Publications Project: collecting Academy publications and organizing them in Google Scholar or another repository.

Qualifications

ENVS or ENSS majors, or students interested in the natural sciences, environmental research, library sciences, museum administration, or non-profit management preferred. Ability to work independently and with others. Must possess excellent communication, organizational, and time management skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Scholar. Familiarity with researching academic journals a must.

Available Positions

2

Location

1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 2nd Floor

Supervisor

Ansbro,Jenna
ja655@drexel.edu

Design and Merchandising Program Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Design Freshman
Design and Merchandising Program Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Design Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist with administrative and operational functions of the D&M program.

Qualifications

Self-starter, excellent work ethic, and flexible. Strong skills in Microsoft office and the Adobe Creative Suite.

Available Positions

6

Location

Urban Center, 110

Supervisor

McClendon,Alphonso
mcclena@drexel.edu

Student assistant University City College of Engineering – CAEE Freshman
Student assistant University City College of Engineering – CAEE Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

New York City is seeking pathways to achieve dramatic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. This position will assist with Drexel's effort to identify three different pathways to redesigning New York City's energy infrastructure.

Qualifications

Student must be a science, engineering, or mathematics major.

Available Positions

1

Location

AEL, 280 G

Supervisor

Gurian,Patrick
plg28@drexel.edu

Laboratory Assistant University City College of Engineering – MEM Sophomore
Laboratory Assistant University City College of Engineering – MEM Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Assist with various tasks in the Biomechanics Laboratory located in Alumni Building Room 179B

Qualifications

Basic Computer Knowledge.

Available Positions

1

Location

Alumni, 179B

Supervisor

Siegler,Sorin
sieglers@drexel.edu
2158952316

Assistant for Project on Refugee Physicians: Administrative Asst. University City College of Arts and Sciences – Sociology Freshman
Assistant for Project on Refugee Physicians: Administrative Asst. University City College of Arts and Sciences – Sociology Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Dr. Susan Bell and Dr. Lillian Walkover in the Department of Sociology are seeking an Assistant to perform administrative tasks for a new project. Key duties and responsibilities include assisting with basic office duties, tracking participant communication, using Google to collate lists of resources available to refugee physicians, and other administrative tasks. The individual will perform clerical duties: data entry, filing, proofreading, and scheduling. Not a research position.

Qualifications

Proficiency with MS Office programs, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Proficiency with internet and library search engines. Accurate typing and strong writing and editing skills. Ability to work efficiently and independently. Ability to handle confidential information. Strong organizational and communication skills.

Available Positions

1

Location

3201 Arch St, Suite 240

Supervisor

Bell,Susan
seb376@drexel.edu
215-571-3266

Office Assistant University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Health Management and Policy Freshman
Office Assistant University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Health Management and Policy Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Health Management & Policy department is lookng to hire work study students to help our Professors and Staff with a variety of tasks. Our department has three locations that offer different opportunities. The students will assist with the daily operations of the department with administrative, clerical and office support.

Qualifications

Candidates should be energetic and outgoing with some customer service experience. We are looking for students who are looking to join a great department for their entire work study experience.

Available Positions

10

Location

Nesbitt Hall, 3215 Market Street, 333

Supervisor

Kuruc,George
gfk33@drexel.edu
267-359-6018

IT Help Desk Associate University City LeBow College of Business – LeBow Tech Freshman
IT Help Desk Associate University City LeBow College of Business – LeBow Tech Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The IT Help Desk Associate will assist in the daily operations of the LeBow Tech Help Desk: provide courteous and prompt service to walk-in clients, answer IT support calls, and document IT requests in the help desk ticketing system; check-out, return, and reserve IT equipment for LeBow faculty, staff, and students; inventory, stock, and replace printer/copier supplies; maintain and clean computer labs; and other IT-related duties as assigned. Flexible Hours, per student availability (8:00am–7:30pm Monday through Thursday, 8:00am–5:00pm Friday).

Qualifications

• Strong customer service skills required. • Ability to work independently and collaboratively. • Strong verbal and written communication skills. • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills. • Previous experience is a plus.

Available Positions

5

Location

Gerri C. LeBow Hall, 542

Supervisor

Riess,Albert
215.895.2113

Academic Assistant University City Goodwin College of Professional Studies – Goodwin College of Professional Studies Freshman
Academic Assistant University City Goodwin College of Professional Studies – Goodwin College of Professional Studies Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Administrative support for Goodwin College needed immediately. Responsibilities include but are not limited to front desk coverage, greet visitors, typing/formatting documents, and conducting program research. The individual will also perform clerical duties: data entry, copying/scanning, filing, running errands on campus; and distribute mail within the College.

Qualifications

Familiarity with MS Office programs, especially Word and Excel. 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.

Available Positions

2

Location

Gerri C. LeBow Hall, 370

Supervisor

Donaghy,Jennifer
jad64@drexel.edu
215-895-6035

Card Swiper University City College of Arts and Sciences – Mathematics Freshman
Card Swiper University City College of Arts and Sciences – Mathematics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Work at the Math Resource Center as a Card swiper. Log in and log out tutors and students at the center. Assist faculty with proctoring, if needed. Manage student traffic at the center and direct students to tutors according to their need. Manage the center in the absence of Program Assistant.

Qualifications

Freshman

Available Positions

2

Location

Korman, 207

Supervisor

Philip,Sobha
sp955@drexel.edu
215-571-3594

Fraternity and Sorority Life Work Study University City Fraternity and Sorority Life Freshman
Fraternity and Sorority Life Work Study University City Fraternity and Sorority Life Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

- Create Marketing and Communication pieces, such as FSL Newsletters, Social Media posts, and Website updates - Record data for Chapter Accreditation Program - Utilize DragonLink to support professional staff in managing FSL forms and event submissions - Research FSL best practices related to trends and policies - Support Events sponsored by FSL and councils, such as: Night on the Row, PHC Recruitment, Being a New Greek, Hazing Prevention Week, MGC Meet the Greeks, and Greek Week (as available) 10-12 hours per week with occasional nights and weekends starting in Spring 2019, depending on student’s schedule and work study allotment.

Qualifications

- Qualify for Federal Work Study through Drexel Financial Aid office - Demonstrate initiative and reliability - Familiarity with Microsoft Office, DragonLink, and Social Media - Understanding of and commitment to FSL Pillars of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Brotherhood/Sisterhood - Fraternity or sorority affiliation preferred, but not required

Available Positions

2

Location

Ross Commons, Suite 315

Supervisor

Farkas,Olivia
of49@drexel.edu
215-571-3761

Administrative Aide Center City Other – Research Operations and Compliance Sophomore
Administrative Aide Center City Other – Research Operations and Compliance Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Office of Research seeks an Administrative Aide to perform a variety of clerical tasks in the Human Research department. This position greets all guests who enter the Human Research department and assists in office management. Recurring duties may include but aren’t limited to: Answering phones, triaging email and phone requests, maintaining storage area, data entry, assisting in meeting preparation, coordinating with all departments under the Associate Vice Provost of Research Operations and Compliance, and other duties as assigned. This position will report to The Assistant Director of Finance and the Assistant Director of Business Affairs

Qualifications

Experience working with diverse groups within a university setting, ability to maintain confidentiality, knowledge of Microsoft Office tools, professional working demeanor, and professional phone and email etiquette. Ability to work independently and with others. Must possess excellent communication, organizational, and time management skills. Interest in Human Research and/or Research Operations a plus.

Available Positions

2

Location

Bellet Building , 7th Floor

Supervisor

Harbison,Monet
mf72@drexel.edu
2157623370

Office Assistant - Office of Tax Compliance University City Finance Freshman
Office Assistant - Office of Tax Compliance University City Finance Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Office of Tax Compliance is seeking a reliable part-time student as an Office Assistant at the University City campus. Under the direct supervision of the Director, Tax and Senior Tax Accountant, the Office Assistant will assist in day to day operations of the Office of Tax Compliance, including greeting visitors, light filing, scanning and processing of documentation. Students create their own work schedule based upon availability.

Qualifications

Student must be a self-starter with strong organizational skills and a friendly demeanor. Experience with Microsoft Office preferred. The Office of Tax Compliance will provide training for any task assigned.

Available Positions

1

Location

3201 Arch Street, Suite 420

Supervisor

O'Brien,Kelley
klo55@drexel.edu
215-895-2512

Office Assistant: Center for Advanced Microbial Processing (CAMP) Center City College of Medicine – Microbiology and Immunology Sophomore
Office Assistant: Center for Advanced Microbial Processing (CAMP) Center City College of Medicine – Microbiology and Immunology Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

CAMP is looking for a responsible, reliable individual to support the daily operations of its main office located at the Center City Campus in New College Building. Duties include updating/digitzing the Center's manuscript portfolio, scanning/copying, filing, and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Requiring a high degree of customer service skills, the ideal candidate must be professional, responsible, reliable, and able to work both independently and collaboratively. Online research skills as well as a solid understanding of Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, and Excel) is essential.

Available Positions

1

Location

New College Building, 17113

Supervisor

Hope,Carol
clh353@drexel.edu
215-762-2959

Administrative Assistant University City MSE/A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute Pre-Junior
Administrative Assistant University City MSE/A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Administrative Assistant for the DNI group will be responsibly for file management. The individual will create an electronic filing system, scan articles/discard and store journals, organize Thesis and disposal of confidential documents. 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.

Qualifications

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

Available Positions

1

Location

CAT, 383

Supervisor

Kopicko,Danielle
dkopicko@coe.drexel.edu
1768

Building Data Visualization Developer University City College of Engineering – CAE Pre-Junior
Building Data Visualization Developer University City College of Engineering – CAE Pre-Junior
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

Job Description

Develop AR solution for building data

Qualifications

Windows Mixed Reality and Hololens, Visual Studio IDE

Available Positions

1

Location

AEL, 207L

Supervisor

Lo,Liang Chung
james.lo@drexel.edu
2155713540

Health Programs Assistant University City Other – Counseling & Health Sophomore
Health Programs Assistant University City Other – Counseling & Health Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Office of Counseling & Health is seeking a student to fill an office assistant position within the department of Health Insurance & Immunizations. Primary duties are front desk coverage, greeting and directing students and visitors, and assisting with basic health & immunizations questions during times when office staff is in meetings and assisting with front desk staff coverage at other times. Also, copying, organizing, deliveries and any other miscellaneous office functions.

Qualifications

Candidates must be responsible and reliable, with good communication skills. Outgoing personality a plus! Ability to handle confidential matters. Ability to work independently and handle a high volume of students at times.

Available Positions

3

Location

Creese , 215

Supervisor

DePrisco-Privetera,Linda
lmd22@drexel.edu
215-895-1415

Sexual Violence Education and Outreach Assistant University City Other – The Office of Equality and Diversity Freshman
Sexual Violence Education and Outreach Assistant University City Other – The Office of Equality and Diversity Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Work with Education and Prevention Specialist to: - manage outreach events, including tabling - support events sponsored by OED and partnering offices - research evidence based sexual violence programs for workshop development - manage Drexel SAVE: Student Anti-Violence Educators Dragonlink page - create Marketing and Communication pieces, such as OED Newsletters, Social Media posts, and flyers for events

Qualifications

- Qualify for Federal Work Study through Drexel Financial Aid office - Demonstrate initiative, reliability, creativity, and empathy - Familiarity with Microsoft Office, DragonLink, Social Media, and Canva (or other graphic design program) - Familiarity with OED’s policies, as well as a commitment to creating a respectful, inclusive, and diverse Drexel community - Interest in sexual and interpersonal violence prevention and education is required

Available Positions

1

Location

3225 Arch Street, Suite 011

Supervisor

Malhotra,Reema
rrm73@drexel.edu
215.895.1067

Law Library: Circulation Desk Assistant University City Kline School of Law – Legal Research Center, Access Services Dept. Freshman
Law Library: Circulation Desk Assistant University City Kline School of Law – Legal Research Center, Access Services Dept. Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Legal Research Center (Drexel’s law library) is seeking a work-study student to serve as Circulation Assistant for 10+ hours per week. Main duties are assisting patrons at Circ Desk (checking items in/out, answering common questions, etc.) and pulling items from/shelving items in Reserves collection; other duties include shelving and shelf-reading (verifying proper sequence) of books in stacks, conducting hourly rounds, and sometimes opening/closing the library.

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. Circ Assistants are not required to work during exam periods, but are required to work one weekend shift per week. To be considered, please email Robert Irving – rci28@drexel.edu – with a short cover letter explaining why you’re interested, and also attach your resume as a Microsoft Word document.

Available Positions

6

Location

Legal Research Center (3rd floor of Hagerty Library), L313

Supervisor

Irving,Robert
rci28@drexel.edu
215-571-4760

Office Assistant University City College of Engineering – College of Engineering - Dean's Office Freshman
Office Assistant University City College of Engineering – College of Engineering - Dean's Office Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist with general office functions; sit in the reception area and greet visitors, answer phones, run errands, photo copy documents and assist with projects as needed.

Qualifications

Good Communication Skills - Written and Verbally Knowledge of and ability to use Microsoft Office Word and Excel

Available Positions

1

Location

Center for Automation and Technology, 170

Supervisor

Feaster,Brittany
bjf69@drexel.edu
215-895-2210

Student Graphic Designer University City College of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics Freshman
Student Graphic Designer University City College of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics is looking for an assistant graphic designer to help with our social media and public outreach. The work study will be responsible for designing infographics on student projects and alumni, creating social media graphics as well as laying out print materials such as flyers, posters and brochures. Some light photo editing may also be required. 5-10 hours/wk. Office hours are flexible.

Qualifications

● Graphic design experience for promotional or educational materials ● Proficiency in graphic design software, preferably Adobe Creative Suite ● Proficiency in digital importing, compression and optimization ● Ability/desire to work in a self-motivated and directed manner● Knowledge of photo licensing ● Web design experience is a plus

Available Positions

1

Location

Randell, 115

Supervisor

Schweizer,Nathan
nps46@drexel.edu
1-215-895-4354

Athletic Facilities Assistant University City Athletics Freshman
Athletic Facilities Assistant University City Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist the Coordinator of Facilities & Athletic Operations with various tasks in the DAC, Vidas and outdoor space such as facility checks, organizaiton of spaces, managing inventory and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Physical Activity is required Communication Skills and Organizational Skills

Available Positions

1

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center, Room 114

Supervisor

Perri,Francis
fjp37@drexel.edu
215-571-3512

Office Assistant University City Other – Office of Technology Commercialization Freshman
Office Assistant University City Other – Office of Technology Commercialization Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) handles the intellectual property (patents, copyrights, trademarks) for the university. This position will assist the Office with clerical and administrative activities including but not limited to performing data entry, data management, scanning/copying, and filing patent-related documents.

Qualifications

An ideal work study student in this position is one who is a quick learner, has strong organization and typing skills, proficient in Microsoft Office and understands the importance of confidentiality. Requires a strong work ethic, ability to take initiative and work both independently and as a team member.

Available Positions

1

Location

The Left Bank, Suite 104

Supervisor

Drayton,Janette
215-895-0306

Academic Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Global Studies & Modern Languages Freshman
Academic Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Global Studies & Modern Languages Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Job Description: The Department of Global Studies and Modern Languages, home to Global Studies, Africana Studies, Women's and Gender Studies, and Modern Languages is looking for an assistant. Duties include event support, program research, and general office duties. Our ideal candidate must be reliable, and preferably self-directed and interested in any of the fields we represent. A basic understanding of Word and Excel is desirable. Our office maintains a genial and inviting environment, and allows for flexibility in the work-study schedule.

Qualifications

Qualifications: Must be reliable and hard-working, and preferably self-directed and interested in any of the fields we represent. Cannot be a current GST major or GST, ANTH, WGST, or Language minor.

Available Positions

3

Location

Academic Building 3rd floor , 308

Supervisor

Kratzer,Jessica
jkk55@drexel.edu
2158951863

Office Assistant University City College of Engineering – Engineering Technology Freshman
Office Assistant University City College of Engineering – Engineering Technology Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The department of Engineering Technology is looking to hire a work study student to help with office work. Scanning, make copies, some filing, shredding, and make folders.

Qualifications

Attention to details. Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to work efficiently and independently. Ability to handle confidential matters. Perform in a friendly and professional demeanor. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Available Positions

2

Location

One Drexel Plaza, 3025 Market Street, Suite 100, , Room 005

Supervisor

Marekova,Guergana
gtm23@drexel.edu
2158956253

Athletics Department Office Assistant University City Athletics Freshman
Athletics Department Office Assistant University City Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Athletics is looking for students to serve as office assistants/receptionists for the summer term. The shifts that need covering are on Monday’s from 2:00-5:00PM, Wednesday’s 9:00AM-5:00PM, and Friday’s 9:00AM-5:00PM. The responsibilities include office reception, greeting coaches/student-athletes/visitors, running errands on campus, sorting mail, and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Applicants must be reliable and have good customer service skills.

Available Positions

2

Location

DAC- Daskalakis Athletic Center, 100- Main Office

Supervisor

Johnson,Brandon
bbj24@drexel.edu
2158951977

Administrative Assistant University City International Students and Scholars Servicesl Freshman
Administrative Assistant University City International Students and Scholars Servicesl Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

• Assist the AC with visitor services; directing students where/how to sign-in, assisting with document submission and pick-ups, scanning I-20s • Answering phone & triaging calls, paper, electronic filing, copying, some data entry, basic research when needed • Assisting students with general ISSS related questions • Special Projects as needed • Covering the front desk when the AC is not present, when the staff has a meeting, or when the AC is working on a project at the side desk

Qualifications

Must have work study funds and be available for at least 2 days a week. Our office is looking for work studies who are available during our business hours. No evenings or weekends.

Available Positions

1

Location

Main Building, Suite 222

Supervisor

Johnson,David
daj56@drexel.edu
215.895.2502

Administrative Assistant University City LeBow College of Business – Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning Freshman
Administrative Assistant University City LeBow College of Business – Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Administrative Assistant willl manage the flow of people into the office and support events by office. This person will manage the office space calendar and welcome guests. Duties to support events include but are not limited to: ordering catering, preparing meeting materials, creating name tags, setting-up and breaking-down of events, event check-in, etc.

Qualifications

Professional, prompt, detail-oriented, and proactive. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook.

Available Positions

5

Location

Gerri C. LeBow Hall , 131

Supervisor

Skic,Kelsey
2155714516

Reporting and Data Integrity Assistant University City Other – Prospect Development, Institutional Advancement Sophomore
Reporting and Data Integrity Assistant University City Other – Prospect Development, Institutional Advancement Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The reporting and data integrity assistant will provide support to the Prospect Management & Analytics team within the Office of Institutional Advancement. Responsibilities will include the preparation of prospect management reports using Microsoft Word and Excel; assisting with research projects that involve using online databases and compiling data in spreadsheets; and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Familiar with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook) Excellent verbal and written communication Detail oriented with excellent time management skills Interest in data analysis

Available Positions

1

Location

Main Building, 310

Supervisor

Lydon, Eileen
akd76@drexel.edu
215.895.6462

Social Media Manager, Marketing and Media University City Pennoni Honors College – Marketing & Media Freshman
Social Media Manager, Marketing and Media University City Pennoni Honors College – Marketing & Media Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Pennoni Honors College's Marketing & Media team produce four media projects: The Smart Set (The Smart Set ) is an online arts and culture publication out of Drexel University; Pop! The Question (Pop! The Question), is a popular culture-centered podcast; Honor Bound, an alumni magazine; and The Civil Discourse, a television interview program. The person in this position will run the social media accounts (Twitter and Instagram and Facebook) for The Smart Set and Pop, The Question. This position reports to the Associate Director of Marketing & Media.

Qualifications

The candidate should have · a wide breadth of popular culture knowledge. · a working knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. · a vision for how to make social media posts dynamic and interactive. · excellent communication skills. · Run Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts for The Smart Set o Grow audience with frequent and relevant posts. o Update sites with new published content. o Collaborate with student employees and co-op on story and feed ideas. o Further develop the brand via social media sites. · Run Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts for Pop, The Question o Grow audience with frequent and relevant posts. o Provide our audience with updates about new episodes. o Collaborate with associate director on flash (nonfiction) stories for the account. o Further develop the brand. · Assist the Marketing & Media team in promoting other projects like The Drexel InterView (soon to be rebranded as The Civil Discourse), Pennoni Panels, Wednesdays at the Kline, and other initiatives that might arise during the course of the position. · Assist the Marketing & Media team in promoting events happening across the college. · Assist the Marketing & Media team with documenting events the Honors College organizes to be used as features in HonorBound, presentations on behalf of the college, and Pennoni Honors College promotional material.

Available Positions

1

Location

MacAlister, 3034

Supervisor

Lewis,Melinda
mml332@drexel.edu
2158951479

Career Services Assistant University City Other – Steinbright Career Development Center Freshman
Career Services Assistant University City Other – Steinbright Career Development Center Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

• Review and approve full-time jobs for post-grad employer hiring (Handshake) • Assist with promoting workshops and events through social media and other strategies • Support employer information sessions, career fairs and events • Research interesting alumni and cool companies for projects • Brainstorm/contribute ideas to improve Steinbright’s student outreach efforts • Work with members of Steinbright team on various projects • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Must be reliable and self-directed.

Available Positions

4

Location

3201 Arch Street, 250

Supervisor

Dalberto,Nicole
215-895-2206

: Records Management Assistant Center City Other – Gift Accounting & Records Management, Institutional Advancement Freshman
: Records Management Assistant Center City Other – Gift Accounting & Records Management, Institutional Advancement Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Office of Institutional Advancement is seeking a reliable, detail-oriented part-time student for the position of Records Management Assistant. Under the direct supervision of the Associate Director for Data Integrity, the Records Management Assistant will primarily update contact information for Drexel’s constituents in the Advance database from mail returns received from the USPS. The Assistant will also participate in data projects to conduct ID matching and clean-up of records and handle other administrative responsibilities such as filing, answering calls, responding to general inquiries or office-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Student must be a reliable self starter with the ability to work independently. strong knowledge of PC applications and familiarity with database applications. Strong attention to detail is required for this data entry position. The student will be required to handle confidential information in a professional manner while working in the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Available Positions

1

Location

Bellet Buidling, 1505 Race Street, 12th Floor

Supervisor

Shapiro,Lisa
lshapiro@drexel.edu
215-571-3566

Receptionist/Administrative Assistant University City Other – Finance and Administration, Institutional Advancement Freshman
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant University City Other – Finance and Administration, Institutional Advancement Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Office of Institutional Advancement is seeking a reliable, detail-oriented part-time student for the position of Receptionist/ Admin Assistant in the busy office of Institutional Advancement. The position is for a dependable self-starter that will have daily responsibilities as well as numerous changing tasks for various teams within Institutional Advancement. Along with answering the phone, our assistant will direct visitors to their correct destination whether in the large suite or another campus location. They will need to be able to work independently, be courteous to colleagues and visitors and enjoy working with various IA team members.

Qualifications

Reliable – arrives on time, ready to work Self-starter – works on your tasks independently completing in a timely manner Courteous - gives full attention to visitors or colleagues

Available Positions

4

Location

Main Building, 310

Supervisor

Lydon, Eileen
enl23@drexel.edu
215-895-2198

Student Center Concierge University City Other – Student Life Operations Freshman
Student Center Concierge University City Other – Student Life Operations Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Student Center Concierge Information Desk Workers provide information regarding the student centers, Drexel Campus, and surrounding community via the phone and in person. Information Desk workers provide fast, friendly, and professional services to the students, staff, and guests of Drexel University. Concierges will be trained to work at all three student center spaces, including the Creese Student Center, Ross Commons, and the Perelman Center for Jewish Life. Responsibilities include: - Providing knowledge of Drexel University and surrounding Philadelphia area. - Distributing mail and faxes to administrative staff. - Approving flyers. - Basic offices tasks. - Operating cash register. - Monitoring the distribution of equipment and Bike Share Program. - Monitoring lost and found inventory. - Performing hourly room counts. - Additional duties as assigned. Pay rate: $10.00 an hour. Concierges will report to the Area Manager and Operations Coordinator for Student Life Operations. Please apply by going to: https://drexel.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2sHRCL7147gxyvz

Qualifications

Must demonstrate great customer service, communication skills, and initiative. No previous work experience necessary, but preference will be given to candidates with experience in customer service, reception, and retail.

Available Positions

10

Location

Creese Stucent Center, Creese 118

Supervisor

Williams,Morgan
mtw88@drexel.edu
2155713765

Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Freshman
Office Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Chemistry Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Chemistry is seeking a work-study student who is detailed oriented, organized, and dependable to serve as a receptionist/office assistant. Duties will include greeting visitors, answering phones, sorting mail, copying/scanning, mailings, light clerical duties, running errands on campus, & other duties as assigned. This individual will be required to work on various projects that will include the need to be proficient with Microsoft Office programs.

Qualifications

Applicants must be customer service oriented with good communication skills, and dependable. A basic understanding of Microsoft office (Word, Powerpoint, Outlook, and Excel) is essential.

Available Positions

2

Location

Disque Hall, 305

Supervisor

Lindsey,Kari
kml445@drexel.edu
215-895-2639

Retail & Merchandising Summer Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Design Sophomore
Retail & Merchandising Summer Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Design Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

Assist with administrative and operational functions of the RMER program.

Qualifications

Self-starter, excellent work ethic, and flexible. Strong skills in Microsoft office and the Adobe Creative Suite. Knowledge of photography, retailing and merchandising.

Available Positions

1

Location

URBN Center, 110G

Supervisor

Hancock Joseph
jhh33@drexel.edu
610.564.6200

Functional Fabrics Assistant University City Other – Center for Functional Fabrics Sophomore
Functional Fabrics Assistant University City Other – Center for Functional Fabrics Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The assistant in the Center for Functional Fabrics will assist the CFF team with a variety projects as directed by the supervisor including material research and categorization and organization projects.

Qualifications

Applicants should have an interest in interdiscplinary research, have good attention to detail, comfortable working with computers, familiarity and understanding of conductive and electrical properties of materials, experience with multimeters, and the ability to work independently to find information and solutions.

Available Positions

1

Location

3101 Market Street, Suite 150

Supervisor

Kara,Christina
cdk55@drexel.edu
215-571-4498

Library Technology Assistant Center City Other – Library Integrated Technology Systems Freshman
Library Technology Assistant Center City Other – Library Integrated Technology Systems Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist the staff of theLibrary Integrated Technology Systems Department in servicing, updating and maintaining computer equipment and related electronic devices. Provide assistance to staff and library patrons on basic computer related inquiries.

Qualifications

Good work ethic, polite, friendly demeanor, ability to pick up new skills quickly. Basic computer skills required. Knowledge of PC and MAC computers preferred. Able to handle a variable work flow and multitask when needed.

Available Positions

3

Location

Hahnemann Library, 1st Fl Library - Room 1226

Supervisor

Spedding,Nancy
libworkstudy@drexel.edu
215-762-1727

Office and Event Assistant University City Other – Alumni Relations Freshman
Office and Event Assistant University City Other – Alumni Relations Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Alumni Relations Office and Event Assistant will support the team by helping to research, prepare, execute, and report on various events and programs hosted through this office. Sample projects include but are not limited to event venue and format research, nametag and agenda development, and attendance tracking and entry. This position provides exposure to university alumni community and staff will work with student worker to help in their individual professional development and networking along the way.

Qualifications

Candidates must demonstrate a strong work ethic and attention to detail. Experience with Microsoft Excel and Word a plus.

Available Positions

4

Location

Paul Peck Alumni Center, 2nd Floor

Supervisor

Bertone,Christopher
ctb332@drexel.edu
2155714085

Dean's Office Assistant University City School of Entrepreneurship – Close School of Entrepreneurship Freshman
Dean's Office Assistant University City School of Entrepreneurship – Close School of Entrepreneurship Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The office of the Dean of the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship is seeking students to serve as office assistants. Our office is open Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. Duties include: - greeting all visitors in a professional manner, which includes faculty, staff, students, and non-Drexel visitors - performing clerical duties, including answering main telephone and forwarding calls typing/data entry, copying/scanning, filing - running errands on campus - assisting with event staffing and execution - managing the visitor kiosk for scheduled student appointments - assisting with office copy room and kitchen inventory and cleaning - may be required to work on various projects that will include the need to be familiar with Microsoft Office programs

Qualifications

- Reliable with strong attention to detail - Strong organizational and communication skills - Creativity and problem-solving skills - Flexibility and adaptability in a sometimes fast-paced environment - Ability to work efficiently and independently - Ability to handle confidential matters and perform job in a friendly and professional demeanor - Knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook, and Google Suite - Knowledge of general office business machines (copier, scanner, etc.) - Knowledge of Drexel campus very desirable

Available Positions

6

Location

Pearlstein, 402

Supervisor

Waters,Gina
gwaters@drexel.edu
215-895-2462

Marketing & Communications Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – CNHP Engagement, Marketing & Communications Freshman
Marketing & Communications Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – CNHP Engagement, Marketing & Communications Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of College Engagement, Marketing and Communications is seeking a work study student interested in communication, public relations, digital media, social media, website management, and the general marketing. The ideal candidate would work with staff to execute marketing plans and materials. Responsibilities include: Website content management; Writing and creating content for social media posts, web, newsletters, email blasts, etc.; Attend events to post organically to social media; Researching trends within the digital arena; Reporting within Google analytics; Provide ideas for new content; Post to social media highlighting upcoming events for the College. Will work around your availability.

Qualifications

The student worker should be pursuing a degree in communications, marketing, journalism or public relations. Student must have comfort with being in front of a camera, willing to attend events when available, knowledge of basic photo and video editing.

Available Positions

3

Location

3 Parkway Building , 10th Floor Marketing Suite

Supervisor

Perry,Roberta
rsp74@drexel.edu
267-359-5917

Community-Based Learning Coordinator University City Other – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Graduate Student
Community-Based Learning Coordinator University City Other – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Graduate Student
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

The Lindy Center for Civic Engagement seeks a responsible, self-starting graduate student worker to join our community-based learning (CBL) team for the 2019-20 academic year. The Lindy Center fosters a culture of civic responsibility in Drexel students, staff, and faculty by providing academic and extracurricular engagement programs and educational resources. Ideally, student workers in our office would be passionate about civic and community engagement and would have personal experience with volunteerism and/or the programs we run, including CIVC 101, community-based learning courses, Drexel Community Scholars, and Lindy Scholars. This Coordinator will provide logistical support for community-based learning classes, most notably the required undergrad course CIVC 101, and act as a point-person for other student workers with tasks related to CIVC 101.

Qualifications

- Commitment to the Lindy Center’s work and passion for volunteerism, community engagement, and social justice - Exemplary organizational skills and attention to detail - Friendly, helpful demeanor and ability to community professionally and effectively with students, faculty, staff, and community partners through email, phone, and face-to-face interactions - Ability to problem-solve and execute strong judgment in a time-sensitive manner - Experience with data management and entry - Available for up to 20 hours of work in a week on a regular, weekly schedule and potential to work for the full academic year (hours will be decided upon each term)

Available Positions

1

Location

3210 Cherry Street, 2nd Floor

Supervisor

Scharf,Cara
ces337@drexel.edu
215-895-0582

Animal Technician Queen Lane College of Medicine – Department of Microbiology & Immunology Graduate Student
Animal Technician Queen Lane College of Medicine – Department of Microbiology & Immunology Graduate Student
Campus

Queen Lane

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

A part time animal technician position is available at Dr. Kortagere’s laboratory, Department of Microbiology and Immunology. In addition to animal behavioral work, candidate will have the opportunity to learn several cellular and molecular techniques.

Qualifications

BS in biological, chemical or animal sciences. Candidate must have experience in handling and working with animals and significant interest in research projects involving laboratory animals – rats and mice. Candidate must be willing to work independently and on teams on behavioral assessment projects involving rats and mice. Ability to effectively communicate with the PI and members of the team on the projects and animal welfare is required. Candidate may be required to come on weekends to feed or supply water to food and water restricted animals.

Available Positions

1

Location

Queen Lane, G81

Supervisor

Kortagere,Sandhya
sk673@drexel.edu
215-991-8135

Admininstrative Assistant Center City Other – Center for Learning and Academic Success Services Freshman
Admininstrative Assistant Center City Other – Center for Learning and Academic Success Services Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Administrative Assistant serves as the face of CLASS, maintaining a presence at the Front Desk and providing customer service to students. Duties include assisting students in the space, answering emails and phone calls, monitoring and troubleshooting the computer lab and printing services, data entry, copying, scheduling, maintaining the space, re-stocking supplies, and other duties as assigned. We are always accepting applications but may not review them until an opening occurs. The Center for Learning and Academic Success (CLASS) provides academic coaching services for all Drexel University students and tutoring for courses in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies, and the Dornsife School of Public Health.

Qualifications

A qualified candidate will have customer service experience, be familiar with Microsoft suite including Word and Excel, and have a positive, friendly demeanor. Punctuality and reliability a must. Students with more flexible schedules will be more highly prioritized. Students may work in Center City or University City locations. To apply: https://drexel.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3fRjZ66JyxXwPhX

Available Positions

15

Location

New College Building, 1602

Supervisor

Diggins,Timothy
tjd327@drexel.edu
215.762.8121

Tutor Center City Other – Center for Learning and Academic Success Services Sophomore
Tutor Center City Other – Center for Learning and Academic Success Services Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Center for Learning and Academic Success Services (CLASS) hires tutors in the following schools: College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP), Dornsife School of Public Health, and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies (GSBSPS). Tutors must commit to at least 5 hours per week to tutor their peers as well as additional training time. CLASS provides academic coaching services for all Drexel students and provides tutoring services for courses in CNHP, Dornsife School of Public Health and GSBSPS

Qualifications

A student wishing to tutor a class must have completed that class with a B+ or better and have a minimum GPA of 3.3 (3.5 preferred). The hiring process will include an application, recommendation, and an interview. Candidates who can tutor a higher variety of classes will be prioritized. Hiring is based on student needs. If you apply when we are not in a hiring period your application may not be reviewed immediately To apply: https://drexel.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0Sutzrb1tkma60J

Available Positions

20

Location

New College Building, 1602

Supervisor

Wood,Marissa
mjw443@drexel.edu
215-762-7395

Peer Academic Coach Center City Other – Center for Learning and Academic Success Services Sophomore
Peer Academic Coach Center City Other – Center for Learning and Academic Success Services Sophomore
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

A student wishing to tutor a class must have completed that class with a B+ or better and have a minimum GPA of 3.3 (3.5 preferred). The hiring process will include an application, recommendation, and an interview. Candidates who can tutor a higher variety of classes will be prioritized. Hiring is based on student needs. If you apply when we are not in a hiring period your application may not be reviewed immediately

Qualifications

A student wishing to be a Peer Academic Coach must be in good standing, with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. The hiring process will include an application, recommendation, and an interview. If you apply when we are not in a hiring period your application may not be reviewed immediately. To apply, please email academicsuccess@drexel.edu or stop by the CLASS in University City or Center City any time we are open.

Available Positions

10

Location

New College Building, 1602

Supervisor

Matias,Lindsay
lmm466@drexel.edu
215-762-7758

Administrative Assistant-Teaching and Learning Center University City Other – Office of Faculty Affairs Sophomore
Administrative Assistant-Teaching and Learning Center University City Other – Office of Faculty Affairs Sophomore
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Sophomore

Job Description

The Teaching and Learning Center seeks to hire a student worker who is responsible for providing general office duties to support the daily operations of the center. The student worker must be able to communicate effectively, have the ability and desire to get things done, be organized and focused on priorities, and committed to delivering excellent work. S/he will report to the Director. Essential Functions: Completes daily clerical duties as assigned, such as: filing, faxing, photocopying, scanning, and data entry. Distributes routine correspondence, opens and routes incoming mail, prepares outgoing mail, screens departmental emails, and takes inventory and replenishes supplies as needed. Serves as front line of contact for phone/visitor inquiries, transfers telephone calls to appropriate personnel or records appropriate messages. Assists with planning and coordination of special events, sets up meeting spaces as requested, and compiles/maintains attendance records from events and workshops.

Qualifications

Experience working in an office environment strongly preferred Ability to operate standard office equipment Working knowledge of MS office software Required Skills & Abilities: Strong communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills Ability to interact with staff and visitors in a professional manner Demonstrated organizational and problem-solving skills Ability to work closely with other team members to achieve goals Skills: MS Word MS Excel Office Assistance Reception

Available Positions

2

Location

Hagerty Library, L-25

Supervisor

Inman,Johanna
jei26@drexel.edu
215.895.6335

CCI Commons Support Student Assistant (SA) University City College of Computing & Informatics – College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) Freshman
CCI Commons Support Student Assistant (SA) University City College of Computing & Informatics – College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

10-20 hours per week. Must start week 1. Common tasks: Provide technical support on major OS's. Monitor access to computing labs. Check out equipment to CCI users. Answer/update/resolving reported issues. Expect to troubleshoot undocumented/unknown issues. Monitor/set-up/support/troubleshoot live streams, recordings, & virtual conferences. (Re)image/set-up/update computers. Wipe/back-up/copy drives. AV support. Basic video editing. Write/update documentation. Keep rooms free from food and left-behind items. Schedule iCommons conference room Create signs and labels. Inventory/maintenance/storage/retrieval of equipment. Unlock/lock rooms. Possibly some programming or more advanced projects. Other tasks as assigned. Training or documentation provided for much of the above.

Qualifications

Must be Drexel student taking classes at the College of Computing & Informatics, College of Engineering, or Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. Student must be able to work on-campus for two to four 5-hour shifts each week.

Available Positions

8

Location

3675 Market Street, CCI Commons computing lab, room 1067, 10th floor

Supervisor

McNamara,John
jpm46@drexel.edu
215-895-6277

IT Support Technician - Customer Service Rep University City Drexel IT Freshman
IT Support Technician - Customer Service Rep University City Drexel IT Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The IT support technician works with the Drexel IT Helpdesk and Desktop support teams; provides customer service for software, accounts, and direction for all IT related issues for students, faculty, and staff by phone, walk in, and remotely or assists faculty and staff on site troubleshooting computer, printer, software, and hardware issues, setting up new computers, printers, peripherals, and imaging, in a dynamic, team oriented environment. On the job training provided.

Qualifications

Knowledge of Windows and Mac operating systems preferred along with competency in MS Office 365, strong customer service, problem solving, written and verbal communication skills, attention to details, desire to learn and develop IT support skills in a team oriented environment.

Available Positions

2

Location

Korman, 118-120

Supervisor

Cappello,Joseph
jfc22@drexel.edu
2158956875

Program/Office Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Counseling and Family Therapy Freshman
Program/Office Assistant Center City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Counseling and Family Therapy Freshman
Campus

Center City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Counseling and Family Department is seeking a work-study student to serve as a program/office assistant to support staff members on various administrative projects. Project-related work may include database management and/or research. Duties will include assisting with administrative/clerical duties (i.e. typing; mailings, scanning, copying, etc.) and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will be detailed oriented and organized with good communication skills. Experience with Microsoft Office is preferred. Ability to work independently and collaboratively. Students create their own work schedule based upon the student's availability before and after scheduled classes.

Available Positions

4

Location

3 Parkway, 723

Supervisor

Grott,Christine
ccg63@drexel.edu
267.359.5516

Front Desk Assistant University City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Department of Counseling and Family Therapy Freshman
Front Desk Assistant University City College of Nursing and Health Professions – Department of Counseling and Family Therapy Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Front Desk position for Drexel University Individual, Couple and Family Therapy Services. The individual will assist in daily operations for clients and therapists working at this therapy clinic. 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, copying/scanning, filing, running errands on campus, and assisting with event planning/execution."

Qualifications

The individual will greet and welcome all visitors in a professional manner which includes: faculty, staff, graduate students and the business community. This individual will be a liason between the clinic coordinator and therapy interns. 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, running errands on campus, and assisting with event planning/execution.

Available Positions

2

Location

3020 Market Street, Suite 510

Supervisor

Grott,Christine
ccg63@drexel.edu
267-359-5516

Content Producer Assistant University City Other – Women's Basketball Freshman
Content Producer Assistant University City Other – Women's Basketball Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

• Assist in the content for Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram • Assist in developing original content such as written messaging, hype videos, photos, GIFS and graphics specifically for Drexel Women’s Basketball digital platforms • Develop innovative and creative media content across social media platforms • Produce and edit videos and graphics that will enhance fan engagement opportunities • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications

• Experience using editing software • Skilled in visualizing and shooting concepts effectively • Ability to effectively communicate • Quick Problem solver • Accuracy and attention to detail • Basic knowledge of the game of basketball (or willing to learn)

Available Positions

2

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center, Women's Basketball Office 164

Supervisor

Baker,Michelle
mcb348@drexel.edu
215-895-1971

Advertising and Administrative Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Sociology Freshman
Advertising and Administrative Assistant University City College of Arts and Sciences – Sociology Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Sociology is in search of a student to assist the Department Administrator for the fall and winter terms. Duties include creating advertising materials and ad copy for sociology courses and events. Student will also help to prepare for and host events. Student should be able to carry out additional administrative tasks as assigned, such as typing/document formatting, printing, copying and distributing flyers. Duties will be flexible with student’s class schedule. We are in search of someone reliable and comfortable with self-direction.

Qualifications

Familiarity with Google Drive and Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint desired. Strong communication and writing skills. Ability to work efficiently and independently. Experience managing social media a plus.

Available Positions

1

Location

3201 Arch Street, Suite 240

Supervisor

Koresky,Rachel
rek76@drexel.edu

Administrative Assistant University City Other – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Freshman
Administrative Assistant University City Other – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Lindy Center for Civic Engagement seeks responsible, friendly students to join our team as Administrative Assistants. Our center fosters a culture of civic responsibility in Drexel students, staff, and faculty by providing academic and extracurricular engagement programs and educational resources. Ideally, student workers in our office would be passionate about civic and community engagement and would have personal experience with volunteerism and/or the programs we run, including CIVC 101, community-based learning courses, Drexel Community Scholars, and Lindy Scholars. Administrative Assistants play a crucial role in the day-to-day functions of our office - helping to greet and answer student questions, assisting with data entry and coordination of the CIVC 101 service requirement, and providing other logistical support as needed.

Qualifications

- Commitment to the Lindy Center’s work and passion for volunteerism, community engagement, and social justice - Exemplary customer service skills and ability to communicate professionally and effectively with students, faculty, staff, and community partners through email, phone, and face-to-face interactions - Experience with data management and keen attention to detail when handling large amounts of information - Motivation to help students and provide clear, tailored assistance based on students' interests and needs - Ability to work independently, do thorough research, and come up with creative solutions to problems when doing project-based work - Available for up to 20 hours/week on a regular, weekly schedule and potential to work for the full academic year (hours will be decided upon each term)

Available Positions

2

Location

3210 Cherry Street, First Floor

Supervisor

Scharf,Cara
ces337@drexel.edu
215-895-0582

Practice Office Assistant University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Public Health Practice Freshman
Practice Office Assistant University City Dornsife School of Public Health – Public Health Practice Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

MPH students are expected to engage in two types of experiential learning activities in the first year of the program - the breadth and the depth experiences. The Practice Office Assistant will be responsible for helping to successfully implement tasks that support first year students in gaining skills in and exposure to public health and provides office support to Office of Practice staff as needed. Duties include: - Entering and analyzing student engagement data; - Assist in planning and organizing student community practice activities, potentially in collaboration with various DSPH departments; - Preparing and distributing e-mail announcements and newsletters to students, preceptors, staff, and faculty through MailChimp; - Communicating with other DSPH faculty and staff, including program managers, in ensuring proper tracking of student information; - Supporting organizing, copying, and filing needs; - Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

- Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills; - Proficiency in Microsoft Office; - Interest in developing online data collection systems (ex. Qualtrics, Google Forms)

Available Positions

1

Location

Nesbitt Hall, 214

Supervisor

Kuruc,George
gfk33@drexel.edu
267-359-6018

Knitting Lab Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Fashion Design Freshman
Knitting Lab Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Fashion Design Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The focus of this job is technical and administrative support in the Fashion Design Department’s Knitting Lab. Tasks include, but are not limited to: machine cleaning, yarn organization, sample knitting, scanning & data entry.

Qualifications

Westphal College student, preferably with in the Department of Design

Available Positions

2

Location

URBN Center, 327

Supervisor

Kilmartin,Jacqueline
2158950359

Operations Assistant University City Other – EMSS, Operations Freshman
Operations Assistant University City Other – EMSS, Operations Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

We are seeking professional and responsible students who can work a minimum of 5 hours per week, Monday through Friday, between 8am-5pm and commit to the hours that they are scheduled to work. Students who have great attention to detail and enjoy hands-on responsibilities and computer work are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities include: -open, sort, and scan documents received -fulfill letter requests for prospective students -assemble and organize packets and packages -data entry -attach documents to the appropriate records -attend mandatory training sessions

Qualifications

-attention to detail -punctual -are comfortable learning new things -able to work a minimum of 5 hours per week

Available Positions

6

Location

Main Building, 015

Supervisor

Baerga,Rachel
rb3249@drexel.edu
215-895-1362

Office Worker University City College of Engineering – Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Freshman
Office Worker University City College of Engineering – Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

We are looking for friendly students to do general office work and be a front desk greeter in the CAEE Department. Students will be responsible for filing, hanging posters, and running errands.

Qualifications

Must be friendly

Available Positions

3

Location

Curtis Hall (Main Building), 251

Supervisor

Spina,Kimberly
smithkl@drexel.edu
215-895-1918

Administrative Assistant University City MSE/A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute Graduate Student
Administrative Assistant University City MSE/A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute Graduate Student
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Graduate Student

Job Description

"Administrative Assistant for the DNI group will be responsibly for file management. The individual will create an electronic filing system, scan articles/discard and store journals, organize Thesis and disposal of confidential documents. 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."

Qualifications

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

Available Positions

1

Location

CAT, 383

Supervisor

Kopicko,Danielle
dt372@drexel.edu

Assignments Assistant University City Other – Housing and Residence Life Freshman
Assignments Assistant University City Other – Housing and Residence Life Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist Occupancy Management and Conference Services with daily functions in the Housing and Residence Life office. This includes, but not as limited to, the following: • Serve as office receptionist. Provide excellent customer service skills by responding to calls and emails. • Assist with data entry and student assignment data management. • Assist with office related maintenance. Organize and audit office supplies, maintain the office environment through organization and cleaning, run errands as needed. • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Must have Federal Work Study funds | Positive & Friendly Attitude | Customer Service Experience | Detail-Oriented | Written Communication | Experienced in a fast-paced environment preferred

Available Positions

2

Location

Towers Hall, 203B

Supervisor

Huff,Madoline
mkh93@drexel.edu
215-895-6405

Administrative Assistant University City Other – Student Life Freshman
Administrative Assistant University City Other – Student Life Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Main 220 Administrative Assistant will assist in the daily operations of the Main 220 Student Lounge. This will include clerical tasks such as scanning and filing documents, as well as maintaining the lounge area. The Administrative Assistant will also be required to cover the front desk, answer telephone calls and guide guests in the absence of the Administrative Coordinator

Qualifications

Must demonstrate excellent customer service, communication, and decision making skills. Previous work experience is preferred, but not required *This position is for undergraduate students*

Available Positions

2

Location

Main Building, Suite 220

Supervisor

Coleman,Rae
rlc334@drexel.edu
215-895-2403

Housing Office Assistant University City Housing and Residence Life Freshman
Housing Office Assistant University City Housing and Residence Life Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assist with daily functions in the Housing and Residence Life office. This includes, but not as limited to, the following: • Serve as office receptionist. Provide excellent customer service skills by responding to calls and emails. • Assist with data entry and student assignment data management. • Assist with office related maintenance. Organize and audit office supplies, maintain the office environment through organization and cleaning, run errands as needed. • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Must have Federal Work Study funds | Positive & Friendly Attitude | Customer Service Experience | Detail-Oriented | Written Communication | Experienced in a fast-paced environment preferred

Available Positions

4

Location

Towers Hall-1st Office Suite, Suite 118

Supervisor

Taylor,Brantley
btt23@drexel.edu
2158954553

Office Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Performing Arts Freshman
Office Assistant University City Westphal College of Media Arts & Design – Performing Arts Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

The Department of Performing Arts office assistant will greet visitors and assist with copying, filing, answering phones, managing practice room keys, and other tasks as needed.

Qualifications

Positive attitude and ability to work well both independently and as part of a team. Prior customer service or office experience is a plus.

Available Positions

1

Location

MacAlister, 2018

Supervisor

Melczer,Amanda
am437@drexel.edu

Drexel Athletics Fueling Station Attendant University City Other – Athletics Freshman
Drexel Athletics Fueling Station Attendant University City Other – Athletics Freshman
Campus

University City

Minimum Education

Freshman

Job Description

Assisting sports dietitian in all aspects of the fueling station. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to stocking and restocking food items, interacting with Drexel Varsity student athletes, accepting food orders, and maintaining a clean work environment. Provide quality customer service.

Qualifications

Must be available for a minimum of 4 hour shifts. Good communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to problem solve.

Available Positions

10

Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center, John and Jinnie Chapel Dragon Lounge & Fueling Station

Supervisor

Irvine,Andrea
acg46@drexel.edu