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Student Employment Opportunities

The following departments are looking for students to work during the 2016-2017 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

 


WRITING CENTER TUTOR

Do you enjoy discussing essays and sharing writing and reading strategies? Applications are being accepted for several peer writing tutor positions to begin Fall 2017 at the Albright Writing Center. Applications should be submitted before April 10, 2017 (interviews/hiring decisions to be completed before summer break).  Tutors with backgrounds in writing for fields like psychology, sociology, the natural sciences, and business are particularly needed, but applicants of any major are encouraged to apply. Albright is an AA, EEO employer and is actively committed to diversity within its community. In pursuit of that, we actively encourage diversity among applicants for this position. Protected veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Applicants should have a high grade in a writing-intensive course, be finished with ENG 102 or a transfer equivalent/exemption by Fall 2017, and have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher. Applicants should also be highly organized and reliable with strong writing, revising, research, and interpersonal skills.

Writing tutors typically work 4 to 10 hours a week on a set schedule. More information on the position and a copy of our application can be found at our website:  http://www.albright.edu/academics/wc-employment.html

If you have questions or would like an e-mailed copy of the application, please contact the director Rachel Liberatore (RLiberatore@albright.edu, 610-921-7854, office in Writing Center). 

 


Part-time Student Worker

The Alumni Relations Office is seeking a part-time student worker to fill the role of Administrative Assistant for the summer to answer the phone, greet visitors and assist with projects as needed. The Alumni Relations Administrative Assistant is responsible for taking phone messages, sending correspondence to alumni, posting photos of the campus on Instagram and SnapChat and keeping Pushman Cottage organized. Requirements include an ability to work Monday through Friday 11 am until 4 pm, from May 22 until August 18. Candidates must have computer skills in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook); demonstrated customer service, problem resolution, and time management skills; ability to pay close attention to detail, maintain highly confidential information, and be able to work independently using sound judgment and discretion.

If you are looking to be a part of team environment, please consider applying today! Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume along with the names of three professional references to alumni@albright.edu. Albright is an AA, EEO employer and is actively committed to diversity within its community. In pursuit of that, we actively encourage diversity among applicants for this position. Protected veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

Lion Mascot:

The Admission Office is seeking highly enthusiastic and motivated students to serve as the campus mascot. Students must display professional manners in order to represent the college and its standards. This position requires initiative to interact with current students, prospective students, and community members at campus and community sponsored events. Students must be able to use the role of the lion to boost morale and engage attendees at a wide variety of events. Hours of work may include day time, night time, and weekend events.

Email Amanda Osterlind, Admission Counselor, at aosterlind@albright.edu for more information or an application to apply.

 


Lion Handler:

The Admission Office is seeking highly enthusiastic and motivated students to serve as handlers to the campus mascot. Students must display professional manners in order to represent the college and its standards. Students must support and assist the mascot at campus and community sponsored events. Students must be willing to assist in the lion in engaging attendees at a wide variety of events. Hours of work may include day time, night time, and weekend events.

Email Amanda Osterlind, Admission Counselor, at aosterlind@albright.edu for more information or an application to apply. 

 


Department:  Public Safety

Job Title:  Student Officers

Description: Dispatching calls to officers on the radio, answering phone calls and taking clear/detailed messages, video surveillance monitoring, issuing/returning keys/contractor cards, logging lost and found property, managing campus operator phone, assisting with ID cards, maintaining a detailed and accurate daily activity log each day, checking emergency phones, assisting with locking/opening buildings on campus, working special events. The Department of Public Safety is open 365 days per year, 24/7. All shifts are available and hours are flexible. We are looking for professional, reliable, dedicated, honest and enthusiastic students to work in the department. Criminal Justice majors are strongly encourage to apply.

Contact: Email Becki Achey at bachey@albright.edu or Lauren Rampolla at lrampolla@albright.edu.
 


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 you are interested in working in dining services, please apply at http://www.aramark.com/careers