Looking for a job and want to give back to the College of Engineering community? Check out the opportunities posted below to work in the College of Engineering as an undergraduate student! 

*separate application process

 


Student Ambassador - Application due by March 7

Engineering Student Ambassadors welcome and interact with prospective students and their families as representatives of the College of Engineering by participating as a student panelist and tour guide during small daily visits and large recruitment events. Ambassadors work on additional projects to support the Engineering Admissions office and connect with prospective students. 

Refer to the Student Ambassador Job Description for a list of characteristic duties and responsibilities in addition to a complete list of desired job qualifications. 

Applications for the 2024-2025 academic year are open until March 7.

Questions?: Contact Ryan Puhrmann, 2045 SC.


Engineering Peer Advisor - Application due by March 7

Peer Advisors provide personalized support and guidance to undergraduate students as they pursue academic, career, and personal success. Peer advisors will meet with students, provide support for the career fair and other events, and work on other projects to support Engineering Career Services.

Refer to the Engineering Peer Advisor Job Description for a list of characteristic duties and responsibilities in addition to a complete list of desired job qualifications. 

Applications for the 2024-2025 academic year are open until March 7.

Questions?: Contact Travis Greenlee, 3612 SC


Engineering Tutor - Application due by March 7

Engineering Tutors work with individuals or small groups of students in mastering course content. Tutors empower fellow Iowa Engineers to become independent, confident, and self-directed learners. Tutors typically work one to three shifts per week (3 hours/shift), are paid for training and professional development, and can receive a tutoring certificate that is recognized on campus after two semesters of employment. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to become a Teaching Assistant or educator in the future. 

Refer to the Engineering Tutor Job Description for a list of characteristic duties and responsibilities in addition to a complete list of desired job qualifications. 

Applications for the 2024-2025 academic year are open until March 7.

Questions?: Contact Justine Hines, 3612 SC


LEaPP Mentor - Application due by March 7

The LEaPP Academy aims to provide Engineering students with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives they need to achieve long-term success, become valued professionals, and develop into ethical and globally aware world citizens. The LEaPP Mentor student position works with students completing the academy, answering questions and assisting in finding leadership and development opportunities. They will also assist the Assistant Director of Leadership Development with event planning and promotion.

Refer to the LEaPP Mentor Job Description for a list of characteristic duties and responsibilities in addition to a complete list of desired job qualifications. See the questions asked on the LEaPP Mentor application here.

Applications for the 2024-2025 academic year are open until March 7.

Questions? Contact Alyssa Burks, 3612 SC


Assistant to the Registrar - Applications closed.

The College of Engineering Registrars manage curriculum, degree audits, course offerings, and graduation. This student position provides administrative assistance to the Registrar Team, helping manage documentation requirements and other responsibilities.

Refer to the Assistant to the Registrar Job Description for a list of characteristic duties and responsibilities in addition to a complete list of desired job qualifications. 

Applications for the 2024-2025 academic year are closed.

Questions? Contact Derek Ikoma, 3612 SC


Hanson Center for Communication Writing Tutor - Applications open for Spring 2024 positions 

Are you an upperclass (i.e., beyond your first year) undergraduate engineering student that enjoys writing, preparing data and giving presentations? Would you like to help tutor other engineering students on lab reports, writing assignments, presentations and make $12 per hour? If so, becoming a tutor at the Hanson Center for Communication may be the perfect job for you.

As an HCC tutor, you can set your own, regular weekly hours. You can choose anywhere between 4 – 8 hours a week. Tutors meet with students to review their draft assignments and provide feedback. You meet with students in person in the HCC room in the Engineering Library (2228 SC) and, if you like, you can also some offer remote tutoring. To become a tutor, you will need to attend a weekly one-hour training sessions with other HCC Tutors. 

Applications for the 2024-2025 academic year are open until March 7.

Questions? Contact Michelle Scherer, 4653 SC


FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Assistant -  Applications Open

Are you a FIRST alum who would like to be involved now as FTC Assistant? 

Refer to the FTC Assistant job description for a list of characteristic duties and responsibilities in addition to a complete list of desired job qualifications.

Email Rebecca Whitaker (rebecca-whitaker@uiowa.edu) to apply.


Teaching Assistant for ENGR and department specific coursework

Opportunities, job descriptions, requirements, and applications will vary by department, course, and the professor supervising the position.

Check with Departmental Offices for more information:

Co-ops/Internships/Post-Graduation and other outside opportunities:

See the Engineering Career Services website and Handshake for other employment opportunities. 

Questions? Contact Travis Greenlee at travis-greenlee@uiowa.edu