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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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Event Services Assistant Part-Time Administrative University City No Particular Level
Event Services Assistant Part-Time Administrative University City No Particular Level
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

No Particular Level

College/Unit

Administrative

Campus

University City

Job Description

Event Services Assistant reports directly to Drexel Event & Conference Services, which handles requests for a variety of meeting spaces and facilities available on Drexel University's University City Campus. The department is responsible for providing facility usage guidance and partner with skilled University departments and vendors to ensure the success of Campus Events. Seeking a support associate who can assist in daily operations of Event and Conference Services.  


 

Responsibilities include:

     Answering phones and emails responding to client inquiries


Assisting with general questions and/or providing solutions to clients


   Processing space reservation request through various software programs


      Making diagrams using Social Tables software

         Assisting event planner with Web Base reservation software, Campus Reservation System

Other duties as assigned by the supervisor(s)​

Qualifications

Minimum GPA - 2.5 Strong written and verbal communication skills in a customer service setting Microsoft Office efficient Computer proficiency Positive attitude

Available Positions

6

Department

Event & Conference Services

Location

Creese Student Center

Contact Information

Samantha Glasser
sjg325@drexel.edu
215-895-0264

Group Leader Part-Time Administrative
Group Leader Part-Time Administrative
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

College/Unit

Administrative

Campus

Job Description

​The Play Captain Afterschool initiative will place high school students in early childhood centers in the Promise  Neighborhood to facilitate playful learning group activities with kids. The  Play Captains  will  be  placed  in  teams at th​ree  centers,  three  days  per  week.

Group  Leaders  are  responsible  for  the  safety  and  well-being  of  the  Play  Captains  on  their  team  and  will  be  responsible  for  being  onsite  with  the  Play  Captains  (min  2  teens,  max  3  teens)  Tues,  Wed  &  Thursday  from  4-6pm. They  will  also  be  responsible  for  helping  to  identify  age-appropriate  activities  to  share  with  and  teach  the  Play  Captains  so  they  can  then  facilitate  the  activity  at  the  early childhood  education  center. All  of  the  early  childhood  centers  are  located  in  West  Philadelphia.

Please submit resume and cover letter to Rebecca Fabiano - rebecca@fabyouthphilly.com

Qualifications

Successful candidates have/are: - understanding of childhood development, especially early childhood and school-aged children - experience supporting and supervising small groups of teens in the workplace - experience developing & facilitating age-appropriate activities - excellent communication skills, both in writing and verbally - excellent attendance - able to work independently AND on a team - able to serve as a positive role model - problem-solver, enjoys thinking of new ways to do things

Available Positions

3

Department

University and Community Partnerships

Location

Contact Information

Rebecca Fabiano
rebecca@fabyouthphilly.com

OED Student Assistant Part-Time Administrative University City
OED Student Assistant Part-Time Administrative University City
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

College/Unit

Administrative

Campus

University City

Job Description

General:

The OED Student Assistant is an integral member of the department and contributes to achieving the mission in advocating for people with disabilities and providing equal opportunities and equal access to education, employment, programs and activities at Drexel University.

This position is physically located within the alternative testing space on both the University City Campus and the Center City Campus.


Exam Proctoring:

  • Proctor exams for students with approved testing accommodations.
  • Ensure that students receive their approved accommodations and that the integrity of exams are maintained.
  • Assist in the preparation of exams for students.
  • Coordinate the receipt and drop off of exams to and from professors, ensuring the security of the exams is maintained.
  • Learn the Clockwork database used for tracking and scheduling exams.
  • Scribe and/or human reader for student exams
  • Work closely with OED staff in the creation and provision of books, exams, and other materials in alternative formats.
  • Provide excellent customer service to students, faculty, and staff.

Reader/Scribe, Non-proctor:

  • Must have knowledge in the content area for which the employee is asked to act as a Reader/Scribe.
  • Work one-on-one with a student(s) who need visual components of course content described to them. 
  • Scribe for a student for out-of-class assignments and/or exams that require handwriting.
  • Assignments could include, but are not limited to, reviewing the course text or PowerPoint presentations, completing online homework or homework that requires writing or heavily rely upon visual components, reviewing in-class examples, etc.
  • It is not required that the employee tutor the student but that the reader/scribe can accurately describe and write what the student wishes to convey.
  • May work with student to schedule times to review the assignments.  If the student and Reader/Scribe plan to meet outside of the OED offices, the reader/scribe must have the location approved by an OED staff member.

Alternative text

  • Must have knowledge in the content area for which s/he is asked to provide alternative text or be approved to provide alternative text by the assistive technology team and/or the course instructor.
  • Work with the assistive technology staff or instructor to identify the course materials that need alternative text. 
  • Review course content and provide alternative text for assigned materials.
  • Submit alternative text for review by course instructor. 

Qualifications

Experience: • Have the ability to work at least 20 hours per week between the hours of 7:30am and 5:30pm, Monday through Friday • Possess excellent communication, organization, time management, and writing skills

Available Positions

2

Department

Office of Equality and Diversity - Disability Resources

Location

OED

Contact Information

Monique Mallory
mmallory@drexel.edu
2158951451

Student Research Assistant Part-Time School of Education University City No Particular Level
Student Research Assistant Part-Time School of Education University City No Particular Level
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

No Particular Level

College/Unit

School of Education

Campus

University City

Job Description

Action for Early Learning (AFEL) is a Drexel-led collaboration of educational and community partners working to improve education outcomes for youth in the West Philadelphia Promise Neighborhood, a federally designated high-need, high-poverty area. AFEL is a program of Drexel’s University and Community Partnerships in partnership with the School of Education. AFEL seeks highly motivated candidates who have an interest in conducting research on the kindergarten readiness skills of preschoolers in West Philadelphia. The ideal candidate will become trained at administering the Kaufman Survey of Early Academic and Language Skills (K-SEALS) and will be an integral team member as we assess approximately 250 preschoolers. 

Qualifications

The ideal candidate should be able to work independently and as part of the team, should have strong interpersonal skills, and be very organized. Must be available at least 5 hours a week between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm. Must be interested in working with young children, ages 3-6, in a high poverty neighborhood. Must be interested in learning how to conduct assessments with young children. Requires travel to childcare programs located in West Philadelphia. This is a limited term research position and will occur at two times during the year: the first round of research will commence approximately October 1 and be completed by the end of the first quarter; the second round of research will commence approximately May 14 and be completed by June 10. Rate: 12/hr

Available Positions

4

Department

University and Community Partnerships

Location

Contact Information

Dr. Whitney Impellizeri
wei23@drexe.edu