Job Description: The Salisbury University Student Research Conference Committee is currently looking for a highly motivated graduate student to assist with planning activities for the SU Student Research Conference to be held April 24, 2015. The position will ONLY be available for the spring 2015 semester. The graduate assistant will be responsible assisting faculty committee members with the conference planning. These duties include attendance at committee meetings, distribution of communication materials (including poster advertisements) for both the intent to submit and the actual conference date at various points on campus, and assisting with the information table on the day of the conference. Most importantly, a significant amount of time will be spent providing data entry into Excel for the creation of the program, and help with the maintenance of the SUSRC conference web-portal. Microsoft Excel, creation and maintenance of a webpage, and basic computer skills are required. The majority of the hours will be accrued during the second half of the semester.
Salary: $4,000 Stipend and Tuition for Spring 2015 semester
Hours Per Week: 20
How To Apply: Submit letters of interest by 5:00pm, October 31, 2014 to Dana Price, email@example.com . Include your name, graduate program of study, two letters of recommendation, and a short essay answering the following questions:
1) Why are you interested in the position? How will this experience benefit your education, and/or career goals? 2) Why do you think that you are appropriate for the position? Interviews will be conducted early November with a final decision to be made immediately following.
Job Title: GA - Educational Services Administration
Job Description: The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University seeks a graduate assistant for Spring 2015 to assist with the administration and coordination of its educational programs. Assignments include:
*Booking and coordination of field trips, teacher trainings and other K-12 school programs for the Ward Museum. *Creating and maintaining relationships with school system administrators including, principals, teachers, and parent associations. *Coordinating outreach to regional schools, PTAs, and Board of Education events. *Supporting grant reporting for major grants including, Maryland State Department of Education grants and other like funding sources for school aged programs. *Providing general administrative and program support to the offerings of the education program.
The assistant should have standard office computer skills, strong organizational and writing skills, public speaking skills, and attention to detail. The position involves contact with children as well as local, regional, and state partners and educators. The assistant may have the opportunity to work in the field to support various off-site educational offerings and/or write articles for the museums publications and exhibits. The ability to handle phone calls and interact with the public is important. The candidate must have a valid drivers license, be able to lift 40lbs, and pass a background check. Work assignments will vary from week to week based on the specific needs of the department. Availability occasionally for evening or weekend assignments is required.
Location: Ward Museum
Hours Per Week: 20
How To Apply: Please send resume and letter of interest indicating Salisbury University graduate program status to Mark Bushman: firstname.lastname@example.org