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 firstname.lastname@example.org
ADMISSION OFFICE NOW HIRING STUDENT AMBASSADORS! – Do you love Albright? Would you like to share your school spirit with prospective students while leading campus tours? THE FIRST STEP is to stop by the Admission Office and pick up an application. As a Student Ambassador, you will work with the Admission Office to help recruit the Albright Class of 2019 and beyond! This job requires energy, a sense of school pride, and a serious commitment. If you’re interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Taylor Miller at 610-921-7700 or at email@example.com. If you would like to pick up an application, you can stop by the Admission Office in Selwyn Hall or email Taylor for an electronic application.
Job Title: Phonathon Caller
Description: Phonathan is a flexible, on campus job with great benefits! You can choose your hours, we call Monday through Wednesday from 6-9 pm and Thursday and Friday afternoons from 2:30-5:30 pm. No car required. We call from the Development Office located in the Camp Building – 3rd Floor. Highest paying job on campus! The Phonathon provides vital support for the whole Albright community – athletics, the arts, technology on campus, the library, student research, scholarships and more!
Contact: If interested, apply online at http://www.albright.edu/phonathon/applyonline.html. Questions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com, 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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