Student Employment Opportunities

The following departments are looking for students to work during the 2014-2015 academic year.  If you are interested, please refer to the instructions in each position below as soon as possible.  We are also encouraging you to be proactive in seeking a position in a department that interests you.  We are unable to guarantee a student job as openings are based on availability.

If you have any questions, please contact Emma Alvarez at ealvarez@albright.edu

Paid Videographer
Assistant Video Coordinator

Student must qualify for work study - START DATE: AUGUST 14TH, 2015

Albright Football is seeking qualified undergraduate students to assist the video coordinator in filming practices, games, and other events!

Excellent Resume Builder for a career in film, Digital Media, and Sports Media.

Contact Keith Bruno, Video Coordinator, for more information or to apply.

Keith Bruno
Phone: 908-910-3225
E-mail: Kbruno@Albright.edu


The Athletics Department is looking for students to monitor basketball games and practices during the summer.  The requirements for this position are as follows:

  • Must be alert at all times
  • Administer basic First Aid. (If further care is needed, must contact Athletic Trainer)
  • Be able to follow Albright Emergency Action Plans
  • First Aid/CPR certified
  • Must be punctual
  • Child Abuse Clearances
  • Be available for weekend hours

Possible AM (7:30a-2:30p) and/or PM (2:30p-10p) shifts available

If you have any questions or are interested, please contact Danielle Belfanti at dbelfanti@albright.edu



Please download this information packet for all details and materials.

Job description: Conference staff will assist in all facets of the Conference program. Staff will be responsible for servicing the needs of conference groups and their participants. This will include administrative, clerical, and physical operations necessary to provide support services to conference participants, and involvement including general program preparation and operation, pre-conference planning, during conference programs, and post-conference follow-up.



Department:  Academic Learning Center

Job Title:   Tutors

Description:   The ALC is currently seeking new tutors for Albright’s internationally certified Peer Tutoring Program.  Peer Tutors are viewed as academic leaders who are offered a unique opportunity to make a difference on campus.  All peer tutors must meet the following minimum requirements: completion of at least one semester at Albright, overall GPA of 3.00 or higher, a B+ or higher in the course(s) one will tutor, and good standing with the college.

Contact:  Qualified students are encouraged to apply and request an interview with the ALC Director, all hired tutors will participate in new tutor training sessions which are designed to increase tutoring success.  For more information about the position, please email academiclearningcenter@albright.edu, call 610-921-7662, or stop by the ALC, which is located in the lower level of the Administration/Library building.



Department: Dining Services

Description: The Albright Dining Services is the largest employer on campus, employing more than 100 students. Jobs include line-serving, exhibition cooking, cook's helper, beverage attendant, dish washing, catering, student lead and student manager, etc.

Contact: If interested, applications for employment are available through the Dining Services Office located in the Campus Center building.



Department: Public Safety

Job Title: Student Officers

Description: Answering phones, taking messages, dispatching over radio system, monitor video surveillance system, complete emergency phone checks, maintaining daily activity logs, signing in/out keys, printing ID cards. Other duties assigned such as special projects, parking lot details, football game parking and special events.

Contact: Apply at the Public Safety Office.

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