An on-campus job offers more than just a paycheck and short commute. It’s an opportunity to build professional and interpersonal skills, and gain experience that will prepare you for your future career. All on-campus job opportunities can be found on the Campus Job Board.
1. Computer Systems II Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader – Office for Teaching, Learning & Assessment
SI Leaders facilitate collaborative review sessions in a selected course in order to achieve greater classroom engagement and academic performance by participating students.
2. Peer Career Coach – Career Center
Peer Career Coaches (PCCs) are enthusiastic student leaders who recognize the value of career services and want to support fellow students with their career-related needs. PCCs participate in individual peer coaching, outreach and education, programming, and marketing.
3. Lead Handshake Assistant – Career Center
The Lead Handshake Assistant is responsible for providing in-depth customer service, technical, and administrative support to employers and students who use the Career Center’s online job posting system, Handshake. The assistant is responsible for leading the oversight of job postings, employer account approvals, and on campus interviewing as well as training other employees on these processes.
4. Loop Student Center Crew – Loop Student Center
Crew members provide room set-ups, assist clients with events, and monitor 11th floor DePaul Center environment. Crew staff will perform administrative tasks related to the functioning of the 11th floor. Crew setups will require moving and/or lifting up to 75 pounds.
5. CAA Research Internship – Center for Access and Attainment
The CAA Research Internship is an opportunity for first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students to learn research skills and knowledge while exploring research careers. By assisting CAA staff with ongoing research projects, this internship supports students’ academic engagement and retention, offers them the opportunity to become more competitive applicants for graduate school, and provides them the opportunity to learn foundational research skills necessary for various research careers.
6. Bus Runner – The Theatre School
The Bus Runner is a member of The Theatre School and the Reskin Theatre student services staff and works with the Group Sales Representative, Group Sales Assistants, Manager of Audience Services, and other front-of-house staff providing support services relating to the development of The Theatre School audiences.
7. Videoconference Support – Driehaus College of Business
This position supports Driehaus College of Business’ Zoom video conference classes – ensuring that the classes start on time, answering chat requests from remote students, posting material to D2L, and assisting the teaching professor in the classroom.
8. Student Assistant – Continuing and Professional Education (CPE)
The Student Assistant will serve as administrative support and will provide extensive customer service via phone, walk-in and email. This person will also be responsible for registering students for classes and other duties pertaining to the office as assigned.
9. Student Circulation Assistant – College of Law
Student circulation assistants provide circulation desk service to library patrons. Among other things, this includes answering directional questions, locating reserves materials, charging and discharging materials and helping maintain the library’s print collection.
10. Student Temporary Services Assistant Manager – Office of Student Employment
Reporting to the Student Employment Specialist the Student Temporary Services (STS) Assistant is responsible for maintaining and providing all administrative and logistical support for the STS office including customer service, providing reports, and full recruitment cycle.
Landing a job on campus is like any other job search – before you apply online, you need to prepare. Once you’ve started to apply, it pays to be persistent with your search as departments post jobs throughout the school year. Prepare a resume and cover letter. The Career Center offers resume and cover letter guides on our website and you are encouraged to visit a Peer Career Coach to have your application materials reviewed (no appointment necessary)!