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Faculty and Staff Assistance Counselor – new

Georgetown University Washington, DC

of the FSAP Counselor is to provide short-term counseling services, consultations, referral and crisis intervention to faculty and staff, their… The Washington Post


1 day ago

Program Coordinator – new

Georgetown University Washington, DC

include serving as primary point of contact for students; academic advising and tracking student records; coordinating internships and job placement… The Washington Post


5 days ago

Deputy Director of the Law Library

Georgetown University Washington, DC +2 locations

The Deputy Director is responsible to the Law Library Director and assists in the development and implementation of the mission, goals, and broad… The Washington Post


2 days ago

Emplyee Relations Specialist, – new

Georgetown University Washington, DC

Will conduct internal investigations to determine if a violation occurred and reports findings to the University Director along with possible… Georgetown University


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    I worked at Georgetown University part-time (more than a year)

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    The hours were pretty flexible hours and they understand that you're a student first and have other obligations. I didn't find my job too demanding, and there was decent compensation as well.

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    Some semesters I did not get as many hours as I wanted because upperclassmen received higher priority in terms of scheduling.

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