Off-Campus Job Opportunities

The Office of Student Financial Services does not sanction or endorse any company or organization listed here. These are posted strictly as a courtesy in an effort to assist students looking for additional sources of income. In depth background checks are NOT performed on individuals or companies listed here. The Office of Student Financial Services advises students to use good judgment when submitting applications. Please be aware of the potential for online job scams. Never accept a job that requires depositing checks into your account or wiring portions to other individuals or accounts. Please contact our office immediately to report suspicious behavior.

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Babysitter / Nanny / After School Help




Looking for Date night and possible morning babysitter in Waltham.

Brandeis alum looking for a babysitter for date nights and possible morning help as needed. Our daughter is 2.9 and we live off Moody street. She is in daycare during the day.

Pay is 15/ per hour.

Please email


School Year Help Needed Starting in Sept 2019 and Occasional night/weekend babysitting help needed starting this summer!

We're looking for a fun and energetic babysitter starting this Fall for 2 kids, ages 4 and 7, weekdays during the 2019-2020 school year. The schedule is Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in the mornings from 7:30-8:30 a.m. and in the afternoons from 3-5 p.m. , approx. 3 hours per day. Responsibilities include getting our 2nd grade son on and off the school bus and transporting our daughter to/from a local preschool. 

If you are able to only do part of the schedule, please reach out as we may be able to accommodate a split schedule if we find someone who can cover the rest of the shifts.  You must have your own car and a clean driving record, as transportation is a major part of this position. Pay is $15-20 per hour depending on experience.
The Night/Weekend sitter would not need a car, pay is $10-15 per hour and would be in our home as needed.
We live in Waltham, right next to Brandeis.

Please contact Lynelle Devine at


Summer infant nanny

We are Brandeis alumni who are looking to hire a summer nanny for our son, who was born on December 20, 2018. We live about 15 minutes from campus in Needham, MA.

We are looking for someone who has experience caring for infants and who is vaccinated for the flu and TDAP, or is willing to be vaccinated before the position begins. The ideal candidate would be someone who sincerely loves working with babies and has relevant education in child development and/or first aid.

While we can be flexible regarding exact dates and hours, we would like to find someone who is available for full time or nearly full time hours for most of the summer. There also may be opportunities to work more limited, flexible hours during the rest of the spring semester or to continue the relationship next year.

Salary is commensurate with experience. Please email






Hebrew School curriculum tutor
We are looking for someone to tutor our 7 year old son Andrew in Reform Judaism Hebrew school curriculum. He does not have access to traditional weekend Hebrew school and we are hoping a tutor can approximate the educational experience he would receive in terms of learning about Judaism/Hebrew language. The tutoring would be an hour every Thursday night or every other Wednesday and would be at Brandeis. If interested, please contact Jason Ganz at 617-763-4352 or
The Arc of Massachusetts
Easy walk from Campus!
The Arc of Massachusetts, a non-profit organization, is seeking bright, motivated students with Federal Work-Study funding to join our office staff of highly dedicated and welcoming professionals. The Arc is a national movement that works to include people with intellectual, and developmental disabilities in every community. The Arc of Massachusetts represents this mission at the state level, advocating to legislators for services and supports, and providing training and educational materials to individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families, as well as to the general public. Our office is located in walking distance from the Brandeis University campus.

Though these positions often involve the performance of simple office tasks, such as data entry, handling phone calls, and photocopying, we have found that students have done great things when we can structure their jobs around areas of interest.

Project and Administrative Assistant
Purpose: Assist staff of The Arc of Massachusetts with administrative tasks and projects.
Skills: Strong written and verbal communication skills. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint. Applicants with digital media editing experience are encouraged to apply
Duties: General office tasks, including:
• Data entry
• Handling phone calls
• Photocopying
• Submitting press releases
• Writing office procedures
• Researching legislative and public policy issues
• Assisting at trainings, legislative events, and fundraising events
Student with interest in Social Science and/or Psychology is desirable

Wage Rate: $11.00. 10 hours per week. Monday thru Friday daytime hours

If interested, send resume and cover letter to: Beth Rutledge at
Software Engineer

For pay equity reasons, hourly pay may be higher or lower depending upon individual applicant experience/degree.

email resume to

Job Responsibilities:
- Collaborate on user interface design decisions
- Build elements of the app store as React components
- Write API endpoints for our Node.js + Express server
- Create automated cross-browser integration tests using Selenium
- Attend weekly in-person team meetings in Harvard Square, MA
- Write clear, concise documentation to prepare the project to go open source

Hours and Location:
- Summer appointment
- Part time: up to 14 hours per week
- Flexible hours except team meetings
- Option to work remotely most of the week
- Multiple positions open

Required Qualifications:
- Pursuing/have computer science bachelors or masters degree

Desired Qualifications:
- Web development skills (html, css)
- Javascript experience
- Web app development skills: React, Angular, or equivalent
- Comfortability with git (commits, pushes, pull requests, issues, etc.)

Faculty members, developers, and teams across Harvard create a plethora of educational tools. Each app lives on its own webpage and has its own installation process. Harvard courses will greatly benefit from an edtech app store: a central place to find, learn about, and one-click install educational tools. The Software Engineer will work on a team to design, build, and test components of the app store. They will become well-versed in web app development in React, server-side coding with Node.js and express, and will be fluent with Selenium-based automated integration testing.

Application deadline: *
March 31st, 2019
The Dog Retreat & Spa

The hours are flexible during the day. This is a new very high end dog hotel and dog daycare that offers state of the art flooring, HVAC both indoor and out door play.

Clients will be able to register via our website, book appointments and see what's going on. We have an on-line marketing app that will push clients for reviews and update yelp and other review sites

We're looking for someone to photography and post social media, work with us to create other marketing opportunities and activities for the dog parents. Update the web page with promotional specials and more.

This is a paid internship.
Camp Counselors

Mass Audubon Drumlin Farm Camp

Do you enjoy being outdoors for the summer? Do you like both nature and working with children? Here is the perfect summer job!

Drumlin Farm Camp is looking for enthusiastic staff to teach campers ages 4 -17 about farming, sustainability and the nature and wildlife of Massachusetts. Provide guidance, instruction and supervision of campers in accordance with Mass Audubon’s educational goals, American Camp Association standards, and the state’s health and safety regulations. Work with our team to plan, prepare and conduct age appropriate lessons and hands-on activities. Lead explorations, stories, crafts, nature games and activities such as forest exploration, insect studies and ponding. Programs focus on nature, sustainable farming, community service, and teambuilding activities. Some camp session activities may include overnight campouts and off-site field trips.

Camp at Drumlin Farm runs from age 4-17 and focuses on place-based education surrounding our farm and wildlife sanctuary. Camp at Assabet River runs from age 7-11 and focuses on developing wilderness skills, nature-focused explorations, and includes canoeing, archery, and fishing each week.

• Protect the physical and emotional welfare of campers, fellow staff, and self
• Work with peers to develop and teach comprehensive nature- and farm-oriented lessons and prepare materials as needed
• Lead songs and games for campers, help to foster a supportive and inclusive community among campers and staff
• Communicate effectively with campers, fellow staff members, and parents
• Maintain an organized work environment and participate in daily Sanctuary cleaning tasks
• Assume additional related duties as requested
Essential Functions (Applicants must be able to):
• Visually identify safety issues related to camp operation
• Monitor camp groups in all types of indoor and outdoor environments (forest, field, pond, shore) and look and listen for key safety concerns and alerts
• Navigate, run, and play on trails, and easily access all areas of Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary by foot
• Appropriately address and communicate with campers and families

• Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have graduated from high school no later than 2018.
• Be available June 10 – August 16, 2019 for 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm, as well as 3 evenings throughout the summer until 6:30.
• Have experience and enjoy working with children
• Have a strong interest in and passion for natural science, wildlife, and/or outdoor education
• Show ability to design and implement nature-based lessons including games and crafts
• Have certifications in community CPR (child and adult levels) and basic first aid current through August 2019 or willingness to obtain before June 2019 (we will offer a class).
• Have experience leading youth groups independently and be organized and self-motivated
• Candidates must be flexible, responsible and creative
• Provide documented proof of immunity or vaccination record as mandated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and complete the camp’s health form and waiver
• Successfully complete pre-camp training including 2-3 day of overnight “field school” in New Hampshire with fellow staff members.
• As temporary seasonal employees, staff are paid for only the scheduled hours worked, and may be asked to take unpaid leave depending on camp enrollment
• Favorable completion of both the Criminal and Sex Offender Record Information (expanded CORI & SORI) according to Mass Audubon’s guidelines is required for employment. A private firm will perform out-of-state resident background checks

Compensation and Benefits
Rate of Pay: Beginning at $12.50 per hour based on experience and position requirements.

How to Apply
Please email your resume, cover letter and three references to:
Zach d’Arbeloff – Assistant Camp Director


Willow Lake Day Camp

Located on the north shore of Lake Hopatcong on 35 shaded acres. Our outstanding family owned and operated program mixes amazing people, long cherished traditions and an incredible variety of activities. We serve children ages 3 through 8th grade with a CIT program for high schoolers. This is wonderful opportunity to build your resume, work with children, make new friends and be outdoors!

Dates of camp are June 24, 2019 through August 16, 2019, weekdays, approximately 8am to 4pm. Spend your summer engaged in fun activities, special events, and the magic of summer camp! Lunch and transportation provided daily.

Possible positions include counselors, lifeguards, sports specialists, bus counselors, and more!

Each position has its own specific requirements. All positions require daily attendance in uniform (staff shirt which is provided, shorts and sneakers along with a smile!). Trainings will occur before camp starts.

Please email or call camp with any questions. Check out our website for further information and to APPLY ONLINE.

Music & Youth Initiative, Waltham Boys and Girls Club

 looking for:

Students with work study!
Guitarists, bassists, drummers, and/or music producers who are interested in assisting in music programming or teaching lessons to youth ages 8-18 at The Waltham Boys and Girls Club Music Studio. Availability: Mondays-Fridays from 3-6:30pm.

Music & Youth Initiative creates and supports Music Clubhouses to provide free after school music education programs. The music program at the Waltham Boys and Girls Club focus heavily on music production, engineering, and beat-making. We also offer lessons in many different instruments, including piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, etc.

If you have work study and are interested in this position please email