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 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:

Part-Time Student Counselor

Rutgers-Camden School of Business has an opening for a Part-Time Student Counselor! 

This position will assist recruitment/advising staff for the Graduate Programs at Rutgers School of Business–Camden (RSBC) in providing program information to prospective students and academic advisement to current online graduate students; provide support to students during information sessions/orientations; assist students with general advising/program questions and/or concerns; special assignments as designated by the recruitment director, and/or the professional advising dean(s) in the RSBC Graduate Programs Office.

This position will be 20 hours per week with hours both on-campus (Camden) and remote. Position is needed through August 2023 and may require some evening hours. 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Current Masters’ student preferred.
  • Advising, recruitment, sales, and/or mentoring experience required.
  • Clearly demonstrated leadership skills required.
  • General knowledge of academic advising principles.
  • Understanding and knowledge of student and institutional resources.
  • Ability to work independently as well as within a team-oriented environment.
  • Ability to mediate differences between student expectations and student experiences.
  • Excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated intrusive advising skills in actively monitoring student progress.
  • Ability to be an advocate for constructive change.

Applications accepted in Handshake, Job #7335302. CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

Resident Assistant (RA)

Position Overview 

Resident Assistants (RA) are student staff members of the Office of Housing & Residence Life. Housing & Residence Life believes that living in residence facilities provides students with an essential part of their education that helps to develop the complete and self-directed person. The RA is the most immediate link with residence hall students and must serve as a resource person for students living on the floor and in the hall. The RA works to fulfill a role extending into many aspects of student well being. Success of the Residence Life program is dependent upon the performance of each RA’s responsibilities and support of other staff members. RAs are student staff that have received much training in order to live in the community and assist others. Resident Assistants are here to listen to your concerns and enforce University policies. They may also be contacted for general questions, concerns, or problems. RAs facilitate, plan, and implement community development and educational activities within the residence halls. Programming provides a medium for individuals to gather and get to know each other and provides opportunities for socialization and exploration of different issues. 

  • Late and/or incomplete applications will not be accepted. 
  • In order to apply, applicants must review the information listed on this webpage. 
  • A resume and cover letter are required as part of the application. These documents should highlight transferrable skills, leadership skills, involvement in extracurricular activities and any other relevant experience. 
    • If you need assistance with your resume or cover letter, please contact the Career Center.

Qualifications

In order to apply to be a Resident Assistant you must meet the following qualifications: 

  • Be enrolled full time at Rutgers-Camden 
  • Have completed a minimum of 12 credits at the time of application submission 
  • Have a semester and cumulative GPA of 2.75 
  • Must be in good judicial standing with the University 
  • One semester of living on-campus at Rutgers or another institution is strongly preferred 
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills 

Compensation

Resident Assistants receive the following compensation:

  • Free single bedroom in an apartment or suite 
  • Free meal plan each semester
  • Semester stipend for desk coverage paid at $15 per hour

More information, including the application, can be found here: https://housing.camden.rutgers.edu/resident-assistant-application-2023-2024/.

More Questions? 

Questions related to the recruitment process can be directed to Kate Hanson at kmh291@camden.rutgers.edu. 

Graduate Program Coordinators (GPC)

Position Overview 

There are two (2) types of Graduate Program Coordinator positions available:

Graduate Program Coordinator for Residence Life: The core part of this position is the supervision of the undergraduate Resident Assistants. You will serve as a mediator between the RAs and the Assistant Director, providing them with support in fulfilling their roles and responsibilities. The GPC will also serve the department by becoming aware of residents who are experiencing inter/intrapersonal challenges, including by not limited to roommate conflicts, academic concerns, home sickness etc. Additionally, the GPC is a member of the Housing and Residence Life Administrator On-Call duty rotation, and is thus a live-in required position.

Graduate Program Coordinator for Housing Administration: You will work alongside the Assistant Director, aiding them in logistical support for our three residence halls. This includes all key preparation for major and minor move ins, the upkeep of rosters and key maintenance for the residence halls, as well as the supervision of student staff that work at our Welcome Desks in the residence halls, known as Resident Services Coordinators. This role also has the responsibility of handling the day-to-day tasks within the Office of Housing and Residence Life. Additionally, the GPC is a member of the Housing and Residence Life Administrator On-Call duty rotation, and is thus a live-in required position.

  • Late and/or incomplete applications will not be accepted. 
  • In order to apply, applicants must review the information listed on this webpage. 
  • A resume and cover letter are required as part of the application. These documents should highlight transferrable skills, leadership skills, involvement in extracurricular activities and any other relevant experience. 
    • If you need assistance with your resume or cover letter, please contact the Career Center.

Qualifications

In order to apply to be a Graduate Program Coordinator you must meet the following qualifications: 

  • Be enrolled full time at Rutgers-Camden 
  • Have a semester and cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Must be in good judicial standing with the University 
  • One semester of living on-campus at Rutgers or another institution is strongly preferred 
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills 
  • Compensation

Graduate Program Coordinators receive the following compensation:

  • Free single apartment in the Camden Apartments or 330 Cooper
  • Free meal plan each semester
  • Free parking pass each semester
  • 20-30 office hours per week paid at the rate of $16 per hour

More information, including the application, can be found here: https://housing.camden.rutgers.edu/gpcapp/.

More Questions? 

Questions related to the recruitment process can be directed to Kate Hanson at kmh291@camden.rutgers.edu. 

CCAS Advising Office Assistant

Job Description:   

Assist the CCAS Administrative Assistant with basic day-to-day operations of the CCAS Office of Academic Advising.  Duties include the following: 

  • Greets visitors
  • Ascertains nature of visit 
  • Screening for appointments in-person, via telephone, and walk-in assistance 
  • Scheduling appointments in-person or via telephone for current, re-enrolling, school-to-school-transfer, students from other units who are interested in switching to a major in the College of Arts and Sciences 
  • Forwards surveys to students after scheduled advising appointments 
  • Forwards reminders to students that have scheduled appointments for the next day. 
  • Provide referral assistance for Rutgers University-Camden students, School of Business, School of Nursing, One Stop Student Service Center, Dean of Students, Office of New Student Programs, Learning Center, EOF, TRIO Student Support Service, Student Success, Honors College, Leadership Institute, major department offices, and/or Maria Gargano in the Office of Academic Advising for questions and concerns about Rutgers University-Camden Policies and Procedures. 

Job Hours: 

The office hours are 8:30 am – 6:00 pm Monday –Thursday and Friday hours are 8:30 am – 5:00pm. 

Option:   job shared position.  

Hours will be determined.  

Salary: 

$15 an hour 

With questions or if interested, please reach out to Maria Gargano at meg275@camden.rutgers.edu or (856) 225-6043.

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. 
 
Responsibilities: 
  • 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 grad.school@camden.rutgers.edu. In the event that all available federal work study positions for filled, you will be notified. Thank you in advance for your interest.

If you are currently hiring on campus and would like the Graduate School to share your job opportunity, please reach out to camgrad@camden.rutgers.edu