Throughout the year, various offices around campus offer job opportunities for current graduate students. Information on some of the roles that are currently hiring is listed below. Other job opportunities can be found on Handshake, the International Students Office, or through Human Resources

If you would like to be considered for future job opportunities, please submit your resume to the attached form. This will allow us to reach out to you should any opportunities open up in which you be a strong fit for the role. 

Graduate Student Job Opportunity Intake Form

Current job opportunities:

Hourly Research Assistant

Hiring for a graduate or advanced undergraduate research assistant to perform a range of
research and administrative duties related to ongoing qualitative and quantitative projects. All applicants must be matriculated students since the research work starts in late May/early June. 
The research assistant will:
• Assist in data collection and analysis
• Manage and organize qualitative data using qualitative research software tools
• Code and Clean data
• Participate in regular meetings with PI
• Conduct literature searches and prepare annotated bibliographies
Minimum qualifications:
• Enrolled as a graduate or advanced undergraduate student
• Prior research experience
• Good written and oral communication skills
• Experience writing literature reviews
• Ability to work through the Fall 2023 semester, with possible extension into Spring 2024
• Eligible for employment in the United States
Desired Qualifications:
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively
• Familiarity with data analysis software (i.e., DeDoose, Stata, R)
• Familiarity with EndNote to organize bibliographies
• Proficient in Excel and Word for managing data and preparing professional reports
• Experience with data scrapping
• Experience with survey data
• Strong professional writing skills (e.g., emails, executive summaries, reports)
• Experience with policing, intersectionality, and/or healthcare research
The work would entail about 10 hours/week. Pay Rate: $17-20/hour, commensurate with
experience. If interested, please forward the following to the Principal Investigator, Dr. PreitoHodge:
• Paragraph outlining your overall professional goals
• Resume or CV
• Names and contact information (email and phone) for 2 work-related references
• Brief writing sample
• Please direct questions to Dr. Kayla Preito-Hodge at
For full consideration, please submit applications by May 21, 2023, at 11:59pm.

Graduate School Administrative Assistant Work Study
The Graduate School seeks federal work study students as office assistants to conduct a variety of office related tasks. 
  • Greets visitors 
  • Provide administrative support, including correspondence, email, document prep, recordkeeping, databases, reports, and related clerical tasks  
  • Assist with creating/maintaining calendars/meeting schedules  
  • Coordinate logistics for event planning (room reservations, food)  
  • Provide support for and participate in outreach events, including tabling  
  • Assist with publicity and marketing efforts  
  • Other duties as assigned
Preferred availability on weekdays including some nights. Salary is $16/hour.
Applicants who are current graduate students are preferred. Applicants must be work study eligible.
If you are interested in a federal work study administrative assistant position working for the Graduate School-Camden please send an email to In the event that all available federal work study positions for filled, you will be notified. Thank you in advance for your interest.
Graduate Recruitment and Retention Assistant

The Graduate School-Camden seeking a graduate student to assist part-time with recruitment and retention assistance for Arts & Sciences graduate programs.


The GSRRA actively contributes to the development of the strategic and tactical marketing and recruitment plan. This includes:


  • Assisting in the development and execution of email campaigns, reporting, and audience strategy 
  • Creating, writing, developing, and distributing marketing collateral, e.g., newsletters, posters, postcards, letters, flyers 
  • Ensuring the content of the website is optimized for a user’s experience, as well as arranging, editing, and creating website content 
  • Contributing, monitoring, and responding on behalf of the GS-C’s social media platforms 


  • Hosting, moderating, coordinating, and assisting with events details and event planning 
  • Coordinating photo shoots, student panels, and testimonials  
  • Researching, planning, and representing the Graduate School-Camden at information briefings for prospective students, and at trade shows, education fairs, and other appropriate venues   
  • Scheduling classroom and student group presentations 
  • Providing campus tours to prospective students 

Function: Other Tasks as Needed 

Performs other work-related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.  


  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and time management skills 
  • Strong problem-solving and analytical skills 
  • Desire to learn and share ideas in a collaborative work environment 
  • Must have experience with Microsoft Office and design applications (i.e., Canva)
  • Must be comfortable with public speaking and interacting with a diverse group of prospective students
  • Prefer experience in sales/recruitment, marketing, or project management
  • Prefer experience with website design (e.g. WordPress)
  • Must be able to lift 30 pounds.


This position is an academic year Graduate Assistantship. The salary is set by the University at $30,162 for the academic year and benefits include tuition remission and health coverage. Students may only hold one GA/TA position for the academic year. If Assistantship is awarded, Graduate School scholarships will not apply.

*At time of this writing, a new contract has not been negotiated by AAUP-AFT with the university. That means that there is a chance that the above conditions may change slightly, though this is mostly accurate based off of past contracts.


Submit the application form, letter of interest, resume, and an optional design sample/portfolio. The deadline for consideration is April 28, 2023. The chosen candidate must be a full-time graduate student in good academic standing. Please submit your materials to with the position title (Graduate Student Recruitment and Retention Assistant) and your name in the subject line.

Applications will be reviewed and finalists will be contacted for interviews in early May.

Resident Services Coordinator

A Resident Services Coordinator (RSC) is a student staff member of Housing & Residence Life (OHRL) within the Division of Student Affairs. RSCs are the first employee an individual sees when they enter the residence hall building. They are representatives of OHRL and of Rutgers University. The RSC will be responsible for handling an array functions that help to provide security for the residence hall such as checking IDs, screening visitors for building entry, assisting students that are locked out of their room, etc. The position demands that the employee is very responsible, has above average communication skills, can follow instructions and procedures precisely, and can completely separate personal relationships from work environment interactions. 

See Job Requirements and Apply Here

Student Program Assistant, Office of Social Justice & Belonging

Role Description

The Office of Social Justice and Belonging (OSJB) promotes a supportive environment for students of all backgrounds while promoting both social and educational opportunities for leadership, identity, and social justice advocacy development. With a critical understanding of social identity and the connected systems of oppression, OSJB works collaboratively with students, faculty, administrators, staff and community members to develop relevant initiatives that center around diversity, inclusion, and intersections of identity.
The Student Program Assistant (SPA) serves as an integral staff member of the OSJB and reports directly to the Program Coordinator. The SPA primarily assists the Program Coordinator in the efforts of the OSJB to educate and support the diverse student body of Rutgers University Camden. The SPA will also serve the OSJB by assisting in the development and facilitation of dialogues and educational workshops that promote inclusive leadership. The SPA will be charged with creating and maintaining connections to identity-based student organizations and campus partners with a focus on racial, ethnic, LGBTQ, and interfaith communities. This SPA position requires enthusiastic individuals with a passion for cultural competency, identity development, and advocacy for students from all underrepresented groups, an interest in creating impactful educational and social experiences, and commitment to inclusive excellence.
  • Must be enrolled in a Rutgers-Camden degree program.
  • Have and maintain a minimum of 2.75 GPA for any semester while serving as a Student Program Assistant.
  • Understanding of basic customer service and business etiquette principles/standards
  • Demonstrated ability to be self-motivated and to conduct oneself in a
  • highly professional and ethical manner.
  • Strong desire in working with students from diverse backgrounds and lived experiences.
  • Comfort with the use and features of all Microsoft Office software required (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher)
  • Must be able to work 15-20 hours per week with some weekend and evening availability when events require it.
  • Candidate must submit to a background check and criminal history verification
  • Prior office experience strongly preferred
General Responsibilities:
  • Attend all meetings and training sessions as scheduled.
  • Maintain confidentiality and act as a mandated reporter.
  • Assist supervisor and co-workers in preparing and breaking down setups for special events, within physical limitations.
Application deadline: May 9, 2023 12:00 AM
Estimated pay: $16.00 per hour
Interested students should apply on Handshake.
Enrollment Services Representative
Enrollment Services Representative
The Enrollment Management Contact Center is seeking part-time Enrollment Services Representative position. This position serves as initial point of contact for prospects, current students, and families calling Rutgers Camden Contact Center. The primary responsibilities are answering incoming calls and providing accurate information for Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar or Student Accounting Office.
The Enrollment Service Representative must be able to utilize Rutgers University student information system to provide simple or complex responses to a variety of questions related to admission, billing, financial aid, records and general student services.
Candidate must have strong communication skills, great active listening skills, respond to inquiries in a helpful, patient and pleasant manner.
The Enrollment Services Representative will have access to sensitive student information and is expected to handle such information within FERPA guidelines and with integrity and professionalism. This position is expected to represent Rutgers University Camden in a professional manner and promote a student-centered customer service approach.
The Enrollment Services Representative reports to the Contact Center Manager.
Candidate must have a high school diploma, a minimum of 1 year of customer service experience.
Customer Service Representatives
The One Stop Student Services Center is here to answer your questions about: Financial aid Bill payment, cashiering, payment plans, and student accounts Registration Records How to keep your college career on track And other campus resources and offices.
Application deadline: September 29, 2023 12:00 AM
Estimated pay: $10.00-15.00 per hour
Interested students should email their resume to Kelsey Wardell, Interim Operations Manager, Contact Center | Enrollment Management at
Campus Center Student Employee

Role Description

The Campus Center is hiring to fulfill staffing for their Student Employment Program for the fall 2023/spring 2024 academic year. Our Student Employment Program offers three different student employment opportunities; the Building Manager position, an Office Assistant, and the IMPACT Booth position. Each position allows for different growth and development in different areas.
Building Manager:
  • Responsible for executing event diagram set-ups, including tables, chairs, staging, and audiovisual equipment, all while providing exemplary customer service. The position requires lifting up to 50 pounds, problem-solving skills, and time management. Weekend and late-night availability is a must.
  • The main focus is providing exemplary customer service while answering the main phone line for the University
  • Prints and distributes RUIDs to all students, staff, faculty, and guests
  • Maintains an accurate point-of-sale system and manages the sale of available tickets, posters, and RUIDs.
Office Assistant:
  • Greets customers and answers phones within the Center for Student Involvement
  • Completes projects for different departments, which may include research, filing, or updating bulletin boards
When submitting your application, please note that you will be considered for all 3 positions. There may be opportunities for cross-over training for some of the positions.
Along with uploading your resume, please go to this link, complete this form, and upload it with your application. If you are unable to upload it to this site, please email it directly to me at, not to the Dean of Students.
For more information about the Campus Center Student Employment Program, please visit our website at or email me at
Application deadline: May 19, 2023 5:00 PM
Estimated pay: $14.13 per hour
Summer Front Desk Assistant

Role Description

Summer Front Desk assistant supports the Center for Learning and Student Success with clerical tasks which include, but is not limited to, answering incoming calls for multiple departments in a timely manner, taking messages for staff members, directing visitors to the appropriate contact, copying, and filing. 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Must possess excellent verbal skills.
  • Must have excellent customer service skills
  • Must possess a positive attitude.
  • Communicate with supervisor on a daily basis.
  • Prioritize tasks as needed.
  • Some knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.  
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Must have dependability and flexibility.
  • Must be well organized and be able to multitask.
  • Performs office-related duties as assigned.
  • Must be a team player.
Application deadline: July 4, 2023 12:00 AM
Seasonal role: 5/18/23 – 8/25/23
Payrate: $14.13 hr
Interested students should apply on Handshake. 

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