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Clearances Coordinator Graduate Asst Administrative University City Graduate
Clearances Coordinator Graduate Asst Administrative University City Graduate
Job Type

Graduate Asst

Minimum Education

Graduate

College/Unit

Administrative

Campus

University City

Job Description

The Lindy Center for Civic Engagement is hiring for a Clearances Coordinator to track and implement all aspects of our work on getting students clearances to volunteer with youth. In accordance with Drexel policy and state and national laws, students who serve with youth in most capacities need a series of clearances (criminal, child abuse, FBI) to ensure the protection of minors. The Lindy Center processes a huge number of clearances every term for students serving with youth either for or outside of class.

The Clearances Coordinator would be responsible for the following:

·         Understanding all steps in the clearance process and acting as a centralized source of knowledge for students; includes creating, printing, and distributing instructional materials and providing excellent customer service to anyone with questions about the process through email and phone.
·         Scheduling, advertising, and running workshops on campus to teach students about the clearance process and assist them in getting clearances. 
·         Monitoring the clearances@drexel.edu email inbox to field questions and collect documents from students.
·         Maintain and update the clearances database, which is an Excel document. 
·         Ensure student compliance through regular and close contact with students who are going through the process.
·         Provide regular guidance and support to front-desk student workers in the Lindy Center who provide students with information about clearances.
·         Collaborate closely with the Lindy Center’s Community-Based Learning (CBL) and Co-Curricular teams to provide status updates and track students who need clearances for CBL classes and Lindy Center student leadership positions; includes scheduling and running regular status meetings.

Qualifications

This position requires the following skills and abilities: · Excellent attention to detail · Initiative to work independently and push work forward · Problem-solving skills · Orientation to customer-service and the ability to act professionally and politely with all stakeholders in the process · Advanced knowledge of Office 365 (especially Excel) and ability to get up to speed quickly in CRM-style databases · Familiarity with the clearance process/forms preferred but not required

Available Positions

1

Department

Lindy Center for Civic Engagement

Location

3210 Cherry Street

Contact Information

Katherine Regetta
kab356@drexel.edu
2155713668

Enrollment Operations Assistant Part-Time Administrative University City Sophomore
Enrollment Operations Assistant Part-Time Administrative University City Sophomore
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

Sophomore

College/Unit

Administrative

Campus

University City

Job Description

Drexel University Online (DUO) is seeking an Enrollment Operations Assistant for its Philadelphia based operations, to join an innovative team dedicated to providing outstanding customer service to potential students interested in attending a comprehensive global research university ranked among the top 100 in the nation. The Enrollment Operations Assistant will support administrative areas of Enrollment Services operations to ensure optimum conditions are in place to execute all areas of the strategic recruitment plan.

Responsibilities to include:
 
  • Efficiently support initiatives and services that meet the expectations and needs of the organization and prospective students
  • Record content within the CRM for the student-facing staff members of Enrollment Services to integrate across all channels of communication
  • Develop campaigns within the CRM to document activities conducted within Enrollment Services
  • Work with Assistant Director of Enrollment Services to monitor adherence to outreach protocols through quality assurance reporting
  • Coordinate and maintain scheduling for trainings and events
  • Must be able to work mornings
  • Evening and weekend hours and possible holidays may be required
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Minimum education and experience:
 
Preference given to those with experience in a higher education environment or related field; ability to think critically and creatively to optimize the user experience; experience with student information systems, customer relationship management applications; experience working in high-touch service environments; outstanding oral written communication skills; excellent organizational and time management skills; ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks in a high volume/high interaction environment; self-motivated, organized; Preferred education and experience: minimum completion and attainment of a sophomore grade level.

Available Positions

1

Department

Drexel University Online

Location

3025 Market St

Contact Information

Justine Miller
drexelonlinejobs@drexel.edu

Social Media Strategist Part-Time Administrative University City Pre-Junior
Social Media Strategist Part-Time Administrative University City Pre-Junior
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

Pre-Junior

College/Unit

Administrative

Campus

University City

Job Description

The Office of University Communications is seeking a creative and ambitious Social Media Strategist to maintain, update and analyze Drexel’s main social media accounts for its Marketing and Web Services Division.

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Marketing, the Social Media Strategist will manage day-to-day posts, create published content (hi-res images, video [if capable] and copy) and monitor community engagement and feedback.

The ideal candidate will have superlative oral and written communication skills, problem solving abilities, and will be an active and avid consumer of social media trends and innovations. The Social Media Strategist will:

  • Manage @DrexelUniv Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts
  • Work closely with Media Relations and Publications personnel to repurpose existing content for social media purposes. Collaborate with writers and editors to find the best “window” into a story.
  • Use social media platforms to promote and “cover” events for various University entities.
  • Pitch content and strategy to leadership to raise the bar for content and engagement.
  • Monitor channel-specific metrics with the objective of showing iterative gains in organic reach and engagement.
  • Establish a report to track channel-specific posts stratified by Drexel’s 17 colleges and schools. This report will be shared with leadership.
  • Stay up-to-speed on trends and other factors that influence reach and engagement.
  • Maintain excellent customer-service standards.
  • Have fun engaging with the University’s many constituencies.​ 

Qualifications

Applicant must be a Rising Junior. Experience managing Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts. Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment with tight deadlines. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Experience with data analysis.

Available Positions

1

Department

University Communications

Location

Curtis

Contact Information

Carrie Roye
caw345@drexel.edu
2155714103

Student Research Assistant Research Asst School of Public Health University City Senior
Student Research Assistant Research Asst School of Public Health University City Senior
Job Type

Research Asst

Minimum Education

Senior

College/Unit

School of Public Health

Campus

University City

Job Description

Provide assistance in a research synthesis on the health, economic, environmental, and social impacts of urban public spaces. The synthesis wil describe the state of the field by delineating what we know and do not know about the benefits and costs of urban spaces that are free and open to the public - including parks, libraries, recreation centers, playgrounds, community centers, gardens, trails, and plazas. The project is funded by the William Penn Foundation to inform their strategy, monitoring, and evaluation efforts and to benefit the broader filed. the research team will write a final report that will target a policy and practitioner audience, to substantively inform  the future of our urban public spaces.

Student project responsibilities include conducting a literature search (focused on health impacts), compiling relevant information in tables and figures, and summarizing and evaluating published research. The student will assist in developing presentations to disseminate the results of the study and will contribute to the final report. The student will be expected to work independently, with feedback in individual meetings with Dr. De Roos, as well as in periodic meetings with the entire study team - an interdisciplinary group with expertise in geography, urban planning, sociology, public health, environmental sciences, and engineering. Estimated time commitment is 8 hours per week for 8 months, from November 2018 through June 2019.

Qualifications

Current 1st year student in MPH program with a major in Environmental and Occupational Health or Epidemiology preferred. Enrollment in a geography, urban planning, sociology, public health, environmental sciences, or engineering degree program required.

Available Positions

1

Department

Environmental and Occupational Health

Location

Nesbitt Hall

Contact Information

Dr. Annelcaire De Roos
aderoos@drexel.edu