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Listed below are available student employment opportunities for on-campus positions. If you have questions about or are interested in a position, please contact the contact person in the job listing.

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The maximum hourly rate for undergraduate student employees is $10/hour and the maximum hourly rate for graduate student employees is $15/hour.

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Assistant for International Fulbright Program Part-Time College of Arts and Sciences Other No Particular Level
Assistant for International Fulbright Program Part-Time College of Arts and Sciences Other No Particular Level
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

No Particular Level

College/Unit

College of Arts and Sciences

Campus

Other

Job Description

Fulbright scholarships are among the most prestigious in the world, granting graduate students the opportunity to study in the US in almost any discipline. This summer, the English Language Center (ELC) at Drexel is conducting a program for international scholarship recipients providing academic and cultural education remotely through online instruction. Fulbright scholars will be accessing program content, activities and communications through Blackboard learn, Zoom and other software programs The Program Assistant will assist the Program Coordinator and Assistant Director of Student Services with communications and administration of online activities Specifically, the Program Assistant will:  

 

Responsibilities 

  • Communicate with presenters and participants and send reminders and updates via email 

  • Hold office hours during pre-program to help Fulbright scholars gain access to Drexel One, Drexel email and to set-up multi-factor authentication 

  • Frequently post on and monitor social media – What'sApp group, FB group, Twitter, Instagram 

  • Do video editing for final reception and welcome to Drexel tour 

  • Assist with organizing virtual dinner parties 

  • Collect pictures and screen shots of all events and activities 

  • Assist with establishing zoom meetings 

  • Attend weekly virtual coffee hours 

  • Assist with administering and compiling program survey 

  • Regularly monitor email for questions and problems 

  • Be on call the weekend of July 16-18 to help scholars with zoom activities  


Qualifications

Strong oral and written communication skills; Ability to successfully interact with individuals with different English language proficiency levels; High level of focus and attention to detail; Proficient in Microsoft Office, Zoom and familiar with SharePoint Strong time management

Available Positions

1

Department

English Language Center

Location

100% Remote

Contact Information

Hilary Bonta
hjb57@drexel.edu

Graduate student assistant - CCI Diversity in Tech initiative Graduate Asst College of Computing and Informatics University City Graduate
Graduate student assistant - CCI Diversity in Tech initiative Graduate Asst College of Computing and Informatics University City Graduate
Job Type

Graduate Asst

Minimum Education

Graduate

College/Unit

College of Computing and Informatics

Campus

University City

Job Description

Seeking a graduate student with great interpersonal and data skills to do data collection, analysis, and reporting for the Diversity in Tech initiative at CCI.  In addition, the student will assist Dr. Pirmann with a variety of administrative tasks associated with the Diversity in Tech initiative including but not limited to sending emails, creating surveys, scheduling focus groups, taking notes, transcriptions of recordings, and developing a structure for mentoring at CCI.

The workload will be about 20 hours per week at $15/hour. 

 

If interested, please contact Dr. Pirmann at trp74@drexel.edu



Qualifications

Experience with data collection and analysis.

Available Positions

1

Department

CCI

Location

3675 Market St.

Contact Information

Dr. Tammy Pirmann
trp74@drexel.edu

JavaScript or AngularJS Web Developer Research Asst College of Engineering University City Junior
JavaScript or AngularJS Web Developer Research Asst College of Engineering University City Junior
Job Type

Research Asst

Minimum Education

Junior

College/Unit

College of Engineering

Campus

University City

Job Description

A research assistant position is available for a graduate or experienced undergraduate student in an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) supported project in the Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering. The goal of this project is to develop an online decision support tool to help facility managers and building owners address risks to water quality, such as the growth of harmful bacterial in plumbing systems.

 

The student will have the opportunity to work in a collaborative environment with a team of professors, postdocs, graduate, and undergraduate students. The student will be primarily responsible for the development of a web interface for a decision support tool (DST). The primary responsibility of the student would include the development of a web-based user-friendly interface. The student is expected to have prior experience in the website development. Guidance with the environmental aspects of the project, including water quality management issues, will be provided.
To apply, please submit a resume and letter of interest briefly describing your interest in the project and your academic and professional preparation to Dr. Rajveer Singh (rs443@drexel). The position is available immediately and the applications will be reviewed as they are received.​

Qualifications

Preference will be given to candidates majoring in computer science or engineering with knowledge and experience in Java (creation of jar package), CSS, Javascript, JavaServer Pages, AngularJS, HTML, or similar tools. Prior experience with web application development, web programming, application deployment is preferred.

Available Positions

1

Department

Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

Location

Mostly remote working

Contact Information

Dr. Rajveer Singh
Rajveer.Singh@drexel.edu