Job Description: Assisting faculty with research projects; tutoring undergraduate students; conducting literature reviews; assisting with tracking student outcomes; assisting with orienting undergraduate students to major.
Job Description: 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 museumâ?Ts publications and exhibits. The ability to handle phone calls and interact with the public is important. The candidate must have a valid driverâ?Ts 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. The workload will be 20 hours per week.
Job Description: RESPONSIBILITIES: Work approximately 20 hours per week in the Department of Health Sciences, primarily in the Applied Health Physiology Program, for 30 weeks (15 weeks during Fall 2016, and 15 weeks during Spring 2017). The following duties will be coordinated by AHPH Program Director: 1. Assist with research design and data collection. 2. Provide data input and reports. 3. Assist in the development and delivery of research presentations. 4. Setup, maintain and calibrate laboratory equipment. 5. Maintain and organize laboratory supplies and storage room stock. 6. Assist in clerical duties and Henson Simulation Center applications.
Location: Devilbiss Hall, Room 313
Hours Per Week: 20
How To Apply: Submit the following by Monday, August 1, 2016. 1. Graduate Assistantship Application (see below). 2. Two letters of recommendation using the Henson School of Science and Technology Recommendation for Graduate Assistantship (see below). Address data to: Randy Insley, Ph.D., RRT-NPS, RPFT, ACCS Program Director, Applied Health Physiology Program Henson School of Science and Technology Salisbury University 1101 Camden Avenue, DH 311 Salisbury, Maryland 21801 410-677-0145
Majors Required: Must be matriculated in the Master of Science in Applied Health Physiology Program