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Office Assistant Part-Time School of Public Health University City No Particular Level
Office Assistant Part-Time School of Public Health University City No Particular Level
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

No Particular Level

College/Unit

School of Public Health

Campus

University City

Job Description

The Office Assistant will provide support for ongoing activities, events, and special projects within the Dornsife School of Public Health. The Office Assistant reports directly to Michelle Quigley, Associate Director of Student and Alumni Services. Thought tasks may be assigned by and coordinated with other professional staff involved with Student Affairs, the Office of Education, or Finance and Administration, which are all based on the 2nd floor of Nesbitt Hall.

 

General functions include:

  • Courteous and prompt reception to walk-in traffic and telephone calls
  • Supply information to guests, including on how to reach academic advisors or other personnel, or record contact information for queries that cannot be addressed immediately
  • Assist with event execution, including preparing advertisements or other materials, setting-up and breaking-down of events, and managing event attendance including check in and records
  • Attend and provide feedback on events as a student representative
  • Prepare and distribute weekly e-newsletter through MailChimp
  • Participate in DragonNetwork posting schedule
  • Prepare and distribute regular announcements via DASH
  • Contribute to ongoing updates to DASH website, Blackboard shells, or other materials used to support current students’ understanding of policies and resources
  • Assist with internet research and cleaning data
  • Occasional projects involving database entry or analysis of evaluation results.
  • Assist with organization of office supplies and spaces
  • Delivery or pick up of items around University City campus as needed
  • Communicate status of ongoing projects through Office Assistant Task List

     

    Training will be provided as necessary (e.g., for MailChimp and DASH).

Qualifications

• Excellent written and oral communication skills • Responsible, reliable, detail-oriented, organized, and proactive • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook • Strong work ethic and understanding of the importance of confidentiality • Public health undergraduate and graduate students preferred

Available Positions

3

Department

Dean's Office & Office of Education

Location

Nesbitt Hall

Contact Information

Michelle Quigley
mcm458@drexel.edu
267-359-6089

Program Assistant Part-Time A.J. Drexel Autism Institute
Program Assistant Part-Time A.J. Drexel Autism Institute
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

College/Unit

A.J. Drexel Autism Institute

Campus

Job Description

Transition Pathways, a project of Life Course Outcomes at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute, develops innovative approaches for young adults on the autism spectrum to reach their full potential. We offer a growing collection of programs that prepare young people on the autism spectrum for employment and connect them to career opportunities. Our Business Inclusion Center consults with businesses to accelerate inclusive hiring practices. Learn more about Transition Pathways at our website.  

 

Transition Pathways is seeking a highly qualified, detail-oriented, and efficient program assistant to support Transition Pathways staff and team members with administrative, organizational, and communication tasks.  They will support the team across programs and assist as needed.  The Transition Pathways Program Assistant will conduct career exploration, assessment, and other activities with program participants as well as complete administrative and other tasks as assigned.  The student worker will receive training to conduct activities both individually and in group formats.


Essential Functions: Support the coordination of Transition Pathways initiatives (School-to-Work Transition Programs, Business Inclusion Center, Workforce Development) 

  • Provides administrative support for Transition Pathways initiatives in development, implementation and marketing of programs/projects.  
  • Maintains project records 
  • Supports activities of Transition Pathways staff, consultants, faculty and/or volunteers engaged in implementation and administration of programs  
  • Help create, maintain and organize data collection and electronic records for Transition Pathways 
  • Engage with youth and adults with disabilities, both 1:1 and in groups   
  • Support implementation of career exploration assessment and activities  
  • Other duties as needed  


Qualifications

Degree, or pending degree in education, human services, applied behavior analysis, psychology, or other applicable field •Experience with administrative, coordination and data management tasks •Ability to utilize and teach problem-solving techniques with individuals and groups •Ability to interact sensitively and effectively with people with autism and/or disabilities •Ability to present ideas effectively •Ability to use Microsoft Office suite as well as other online document and data sharing platforms (Setworks, Sharepoint, etc.) and video conferencing programs (Microsoft teams, Zoom, etc.)

Available Positions

1

Department

AJ Drexel Autism Institute

Location

3020 Market Street

Contact Information

Paul Cirillo
Cirillo,Paul