Student Employment with Disability Resources

Are you interested in getting a job on campus? Disability Resources is looking for responsible and detail oriented students to work as Proctors and Note Takers.

Work as a Proctor

A Proctor assists in providing exam related accommodations and ensuring the academic integrity of the exam is maintained. Exams may take place during the day or evening Monday through Friday. Proctor responsibilities include:

  • Assist with administrative preparation of exams.
  • Field general inquiries from students and professors regarding exams.
  • Begin students’ exams ensuring that the professor’s instructions and Disability Resources’ policies are strictly enforced.
  • Stay in the testing room/area with students to make certain that time limits are strictly enforced and the behavior of the student is strictly monitored.
  • Maintain the security and confidentiality of exams at all times
  • Respect student privacy. Do not share confidential information with anyone.

Eligibility criteria:

Be in good academic standing.

Application process:

Apply online. Disability Resources staff will contact eligible applicants for an interview.

Application deadline:

Applications for Proctors are accepted at the beginning of each semester.

Proctor Job Application

Work as a Note Taker

A Note-taker records notes for their class(es) and provides those notes to student(s) with documented need. Note-taker responsibilities include:

  • Provide legible, timely, and complete notes for the class(es) in which you serve as a Note-taker.
  • Notes may be typed or handwritten, although typing is preferred.
  • Attend all classes during the semester. If a class is missed, it is the Note-taker’s responsibility to find a suitable replacement.
  • Upload notes to Access WashU in a timely manner after each class period. Notes should be uploaded as early as possible prior to quizzes, exams, or other time-sensitive events.
  • Respect student privacy. Do not share confidential information with anyone.
  • Maintain satisfactory academic performance in the class.

Eligibility criteria:

Be in good academic standing and enrolled in a class for which a student with an approved note-taking accommodation needs notes.

Application process:

Apply online. Disability Resources staff will reach out if you meet the eligibility criteria.

Application deadline:

Rolling basis – as needed.

Note Taker Job Application

Questions?

Contact us at 314-935-5970 or by email

Location: Ground floor of Gregg House, South 40

Office hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.