Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Graduate Student Jobs in PROFS JOBS (Rowan access only - all jobs posted below)

All available graduate employment opportunities, including Graduate Assistantships, are posted on the PROFS JOBS Graduate Student Job Board. Rowan students can view positions on the Job Board and click to view additional information and application instructions in PROFS JOBS. Non-Rowan students can see the same jobs below. Please note that if you email the School of Graduate Studies inquiring about open positions, we will direct you to this page, as all open positions are posted centrally.

  • Graduate Assistant/Proctor - Testing Services (see below job description)


Job Description

Part-time, not to exceed 20 hours per week during the Fall and Spring semesters and 25 hours per week during the Winter and Summer semesters. Must be a current Rowan University Graduate Student. Previous educational experience desired but not required.  Graduate Assistant must have good skills working with public. Excellent organizational and planning skills are necessary. Graduate Assistant must have proficient skills with standard office equipment, including computers, fax, copier, and calculator. Reports to the Assistant Director of Testing Services.


Position Summary

The Graduate Assistant/Proctor works under the supervision of Assistant Director of Testing Services to assist in the administration of standardized and accommodated testing activities at Rowan University. Test administration includes registration, fee collection, test setup, scoring, results reporting, and any required paperwork, filing, deposits, etc. Proctor will deal directly with community members, students, faculty and staff.


Position Duties

  • Administration and printing of score reports of Accuplacer placement exam
  • Administration and printing of score reports of MAT exam
  • Administration and printing of score reports of CLEP examination-for-credit exam
  • Administration of other standardized high stakes tests as requested by Coordinator
  • Administration of Accommodated Testing for students registered with Rowan University Disability Resources
  • Monitor the testing center to ensure that testing candidates are adhering to all Testing Center policies
  • Complete FERPA Training and maintain compliance and confidentiality of student information
  • Maintain clean and orderly environment by cleaning desks, vacuuming, and emptying paper shredder
  • Deliver tests to mailroom as required
  • Start and shut down computers as required throughout the day
  • Greet students and assist them with information and test registration
  • Ensure that photo identification of each test candidate meets the standards set by the Testing Center policy
  • Answer or return phone calls and emails and provide accurate information regarding services and policies
  • Monitor the testing environment to ensure compliance with proctoring instructions
  • Complete testing irregularity forms documenting events such as suspected academic dishonesty
  • Interact with individuals with a variety of disabilities in compliance with ADA guidelines
  • Ensure effective communication with other proctors and Testing Services Coordinator
  • Communicate with professors, students, parents, and other members of the community regarding policies/procedures of the Testing Center in person and in writing via email
  • Ensure that test candidates do not use unapproved aids as they complete tests/assessments
  • Intervene/Notify the Testing Services Coordinator if a student exhibits behavior indicating a need for assistance from a member of the Rowan University Wellness Center
  • Attend training and professional development opportunities as directed by the Testing Services Coordinator
  • Complete other duties deemed reasonable and necessary by the Coordinator of Testing Services


Knowledge, Skills, Abilities

  • Organizational and planning skills
  • Awareness of test security and confidentiality
  • Ability to work with the public, faculty, and staff
  • Attention to detail and self-starting initiative
  • Ability to follow specific written and oral directions
  • Proficient with computer, fax and copier
  • Ability to meet deadlines and complete tasks
  • Good working knowledge of standard written English
  • Basic mathematical skills
  • Ability to work occasional evenings and Saturdays with advance notice

Additional Job Details

Position Type
Graduate Employment

$17 per hour


Glassboro, NJ, USA

Desired Major(s)

All Majors

Desired Class Level(s)
Graduate Student
Compensation Type
Approximate Hours Per Week



Application Process

Application Deadline

August 2, 2024

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