- GradFund: Fellowship Advisor - Graduate Assistantship
- Rutgers Residence Life: Graduate Apartment Assistantship
- Center for Race and Ethnicity: Graduate Assistantship
- Academic Engagement and Programming: Graduate Coordinator - New Student Programs
- Division of Housing: After-Hours Telephone Dispatcher
- Office of Disability Services: Proctor
- SAS IT Office
GradFund regularly accepts applications for anticipated openings on its Fellowship Advising staff. GradFund assists graduate students with identifying and applying for external, merit-based, research grants and fellowships to support graduate work.
Fellowship Advisors have the following five key areas of responsibility under the guidance of the Assistant Dean for Graduate Student External Support:
- Providing fellowship and grant application feedback in confidential application review meetings.
- Helping graduate students to understand their fellowship and grant application options in confidential pre-application meetings.
- Designing, supporting and leading GradFund Mentoring Programs and workshops.
- Developing, writing, curating and cleaning content for GradFund's on-line sites, and for outreach to graduate programs and students
- Special projects, which may include the following:
- Data management, analysis and report generation
- Website design, development, programming and maintenance
- Database design, development, programming and maintenance
- Development of printed publicity materials
- Research projects supporting the GradFund mission
Fellowship Advisors are supported on an academic year Graduate Assistantship that begins September 1, 2014 and ends June 30, 2015 and should be available to work hourly ($20/hr) (15-20 hours/week) during the summer starting in May 2014.
The applicant must be a doctoral candidate who has secured external grants or fellowships as a graduate student and who will be a graduate student for the GA appointment period.
The Center for Race and Ethnicity organizes a wide range of panels, lectures, film screenings, forums and conferences that promote interdisciplinary engagement with issues of race and ethnicity in the state, the region and the world. With an audience that includes students and educators as well as the wider community, the Center highlights the expertise of Rutgers scholars from a variety of specialties by drawing them into a collective conversation about issues of contemporary culture and public policy.
The Office of AcademicEngagement and Programming focuses on the development and implementation of first year seminars and academically directed student programming. The graduate coordinator position, in the area of New Student Programs, supports the First-year Interest Group Seminars program (FIGS) and other academic initiatives including the support of faculty programs and a sophomore recognition program.
Reporting to the Assistant Director of New Student Programs, the graduate coordinator supports programs that introduce undergraduate students to the resources necessary to their success and satisfaction with Rutgers University - New Brunswick. The main focus of this position will be supporting the First-year Interest Group Seminars (FIGS) program which enrolls over 1700 first-year students in more than 70 sections of peer instructed seminars taught by junior and senior undergraduate students at Rutgers.
To help coordinate students' accommodations, the Office of Disability Services employs various auxillary staff such as sign language interpreters, CART providers, note takers and proctors.
Proctors are graduate students hired as needed by the offce to oversee the implementation of exam arrangements. Those interested in being hired as a proctor should fill out the linked form. After submission a representative from the office will contact you regarding the next available training date.
After being hired from the office you will be provided with an Employee Identification Form from your supervisor. Once completed, you will be scheduled by them to meet with their Adminstrative Assistant, Helene Peters, who will put you onto payroll.
For this meeting, you must have the following:
- Your Completed Employee Identification Form (provided at training)
- Work Agreement (provided at training)
- Appropriate I-9 documentation - See the list of acceptable documents.
In addition to full time IT professionals, the SAS IT Office also employs several student workers. These student workers fill positions ranging from computer support to web development and gain valuable experience. Student employee types include federal work-study, standard hourly and internships with flexible scheduling to allow students to work while giving them the time the need to be successful in class.