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PHEC 106 Graduate Assistant Any 3/27/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Health & Sport Sciences

Contact: Laura Marinaro

Email:
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu

Job Title: PHEC 106 Graduate Assistant

Job Description:
The Department of Health and Sport Sciences is seeking energetic, reliable, computer-savvy individuals to fill the position of Graduate Assistant for the 2015-16 academic year. Graduate assistants will be responsible for teaching the lecture and/or activity components of PHEC 106: Personalized Health Fitness (Course Description: the study and practice of principles that affect human health. Emphasis on physical fitness, stress management, nutrition and weight control with specific personalized techniques for optimizing health). Instruction of PHEC 106 will occur under the supervision of the PHEC 106 Course Coordinator. Graduate assistants will be required to attend weekly meetings and complete related administrative tasks as assigned. Qualified applicants must be certified in CPR/AED. Additional certifications or experience in aerobics, yoga, or strength and conditioning preferred.

Salary: 4,000/semester

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Please submit resume, letter of interest and list of three professional/academic references to: Ms. Laura Marinaro, Department of Health and Sport Sciences, Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801 (e-mail:
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu). First consideration will be given to applications received by April 15th.

Majors Required: Related field: health, exercise science, athletic training, physical education, etc.

Date inactive: 6/30/2015

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Student Conduct Any 3/27/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Affairs

Contact: Marie Bradford

Email:
mbbradford@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Student Conduct

Job Description:
Purpose: The Graduate Assistant for Student Conduct is a member of the Office of Student Affairs and is responsible for assisting the Assistant Dean of Students with the administration of the Code of Conduct. Responsibilities: Serve as a conduct hearing officer and conduct investigations as appropriate. Counsel individual students (including complainants and respondents) regarding their rights and responsibilities and other issues related to the student conduct process and the Code of Conduct. Assist with the development, implementation and monitoring of developmentally appropriate educational sanctions. Develop programs to educate the college community about behavioral expectations and the campus conduct process. Assist with the planning, development, and implementation of training programs for the conduct board and appeal board. Assist with the development and maintenance of appropriate manuals, and forms, for the conduct system. Participate in divisional activities, including Division-wide meetings each semester (the dates of which may be before the start of the graduate assistant contract) and serve on a Student Affairs Task Force (optional). Conduct research as directed by the Assistant Dean of Students regarding best practices in student development and education and/or intervention strategies. Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean and Assistant Dean of Students.

GALocation: GC 249

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume addressed to: RJ Chittams, Assistant Dean of Students Send via e-mail attachment to:
mbbradford@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 8/1/2015

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NSE Graduate Assistant Any 3/24/2015 [-]

Employing Department: New Student Experience & Parent Programs

Contact: Marie Bradford

Email:
mbbradford@salisbury.edu

Job Title: NSE Graduate Assistant

Job Description:
Specific responsibilities will include: Assist with all details associated with the development and implementation of Orientation 101 (Summer and Winter Course Registration) for both students and their families. Assist with the development and use of a website and other technology resources in support of new student experience and parent programming. Develop and implement training for Orientation 101 peer leaders and other associated development opportunities to further enhance an understanding of the position. Serve on various committees which focus on student transition programs, parent/family programs and other retention programs. Provide support and assistance in the development of parent and family programs. And other duties as may be assigned.

Location: Guerrieri Center, Room 249

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Submit resume and cover letter addressed to: Ralph J. Chittams, Assistant Dean of Students, Office of Student Affairs

Majors Required: All

Questions:
Student will be hired to begin work on an hourly paid basis as an office assistant beginning March 23, 2015 in order for the prospective graduate assistant to work with the graduating assistant to become familiar with the job requirements.

Date inactive: 12/31/2015

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GUC Information Desk Operations Coordinator Any 3/20/2015 [-]

Employing Department: GUC

Contact: Stefanie Hurst

Email:
slhurst@salisbury.edu

Job Title: GUC Information Desk Operations Coordinator

Job Description:
The GUC Information Desk Operations Coordinator will be directly responsible for coordinating and supervising the day-to-day functions of the Information Desk. Areas of responsibility will include managing Information Desk Attendants, coordinating ticket sales, collaborating with all GUC initiatives to meet the mission and goals of the University, researching best practices, reporting findings and suggesting improvements to better serve the campus community through the Information Desk.

Location: GUC Information Desk

Hours Per Week: 20 (Spring/Fall); Up to 29 (Winter/Summer)

How To Apply: Send your cover letter, resume and three professional/academic references to Stefanie Hurst @
slhurst@salisbury.edu.

Majors Required: All

Questions: Ideally, the student will be hired to begin work on an hourly paid basis for training and during the summer to assist in coordinating efforts for summer and fall. Please contact Stefanie Hurst at
slhurst@salisbury.edu with any questions.

Date inactive: 4/3/2015

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Commuter Connections, Off-Campus Housing Services & Special Projects Any 3/20/2015 [-]

Employing Department: GUC

Contact: Stefanie Hurst

Email:
slhurst@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Commuter Connections, Off-Campus Housing Services & Special Projects

Job Description:
The Guerrieri University Center (GUC) Office is seeking a motivated, graduate-level student to join our team and play a valuable role within our organization. The Graduate Assistant will be responsible for: 1) coordinating the programming efforts of Commuter Connections and providing direct oversight of the Commuter Assistant Program; 2) managing Off-Campus Housing (OCH) Services; 3) assisting with GUC Events; 4) coordinating the advertising and promotion of each program and event; and 5) managing special projects as assigned.

Location: Guerrieri University Center, Room 222

Hours Per Week: 20 (Spring/Fall); Up to 29 (Winter/Summer)

How To Apply: Send your cover letter, resume and three professional/academic references to Stefanie Hurst @
slhurst@salisbury.edu.

Majors Required: All

Questions: Ideally, the student will be hired to begin work on an hourly paid basis for training and during the summer to assist in coordinating efforts for summer and fall. Please contact Stefanie Hurst at
slhurst@salisbury.edu with any questions.

Date inactive: 4/3/2015

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Graduate Assistant for Multicultural Programs and Activities Any 3/20/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Multicultural Student Services

Contact: Vaughn White

Email:
vpwhite@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistant for Multicultural Programs and Activities

Job Description:

The Office of Multicultural Student Services is seeking an enthusiastic individual to fill the position of Graduate Assistant for Multicultural Programs and Activities. This position reports to the Director and Coordinator of Multicultural Student Services. Applicants must have a Bachelors degree and be enrolled in a Masters degree program at Salisbury University. The purpose of this position is to assist in the retention of new students from underrepresented groups through the Powerful Connections Program as well as provide leadership and assistance to the student organizations within the Multicultural Alliance. Primary job duties include: Powerful Connections: Assist with the planning and implementation of the Powerful Connections Program Assist with the planning and implementation of mentor training Coordinate the Mentor-Mentee match for the participants in the Powerful Connections Program Assist with the management of the Early Warning System and College Student Inventory Plan and implement sessions focused on study skills, test taking, and time management Design learning outcome assessments for the Powerful Connections Program Multicultural Alliance: Provide leadership and support to the organizations within the Multicultural Alliance Plan monthly informational meetings with representatives of the Multicultural Alliance Act as co-advisor to select organizations Chaperone on and off-campus events hosted by Alliance Organizations Assist with leadership development initiatives for the Multicultural Alliance Departmental Duties: Assist with the planning and implementation of departmental programs including lectures, cultural awareness months, etc. Provide leadership to student planning committees for departmental programs including, but not limited to Multicultural Festival and Senior Banquet Assist with departmental newsletter design and development Other duties as assigned Requirements: Good oral and written communication skills Good organizational skills Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) Experience working with a diverse population Experience with program planning, development, and assessment Ability to work independently

Location: Multicultural Student Services, GUC 242

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Please submit cover letter, resume, and list of three references to Vaughn White, Director of Multicultural Student Services at
vpwhite@salisbury.edu.

Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 5/1/2015

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Wellness Graduate Assistant Any 3/17/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations, and Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Wellness Graduate Assistant

Job Description:
Maintain Student Wellness Webpage. Attend monthly Wellness Committee meetings for Staff/Faculty. Attend monthly Student Wellness Committee meetings for the Student Wellness program. Research national and industry standards for wellness programs, and learning outcomes for implementation of a comprehensive wellness program. Continue to grow the Student Wellness program by facilitating a student committee for the Student Wellness Program, creating programs and workshops, expanding #WellnessWednesdays, posting recipes on Student Wellness webpage, creating educational materials, surveying students, creating innovative ideas to keep the program fresh. Maintain communication with departments, faculty, staff and student organizations that support the 8 dimensions of wellness in order to promote their efforts and support their initiatives. Continuously seek to improve upon active policies and procedures of the OSAOL. Complete all tasks in a timely fashion and to the best of your abilities. Respond to all e-mails from any OSAOL staff in a timely and respectful fashion. Assist in daily operation of OSAOL. Aid in the nurturing of individual students and organizations through program presentation/facilitation and individual consultations/meetings. Attend and supervise any event that requires risk management including, but not limited to, SOAPs Spring Concert, RSO Dances, RSO shows, and SGAs Big Event. Support OSAOL staff with Orientation 101, Orientation 102 and Welcome Week events. Perform other duties assigned.

Location: GUC, 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Please send current resume and cover letter to Susie West (
srwest@salisbury.edu), GUC 125 by April 6, 2015. Interviews will be held on April 17th and 24th.

Majors Required: All

Questions:
The OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center are extremely high paced and high volume working environments. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are of utmost importance. Although we work closely as a team, successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to work independently to complete tasks.

Date inactive: 4/17/2015

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Exercise Science GA Any 3/11/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Health and Sport Sciences

Contact: Autumn Romanowski

Email:
adromanowski@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Exercise Science

Job Description:
Requires an energetic, reliable and professional Masters level graduate assistant to assist with teaching responsibilities, clinical instruction and supervision and administrative service for the Exercise Science Program. Instruction of classes will occur under the supervision of the Exercise Science Program Director.

Salary: 4,000 for semester

Location: Health and Sports Sciences Department

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Please submit resume, letter of interest including your background, preparation for graduate education, experience and details about your career goals and list of three professional/academic references to: Ms. Autumn Romanowski, Department of Health and Sport Sciences, Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801 (e-mail:
adromanowski@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: BS in Exercise Science and have applied and been accpeted to the Applied Health Physiology program at Salisbury University

Questions: Graduate assistantships also provide financial support in the form of stipends and tuition assistance to aid full or half time degree seeking students enrolled in post baccalaureate degree programs. Graduate assistants are eligible to receive a stipend and a guaranteed tuition waiver of up to 18 credits per fiscal year (Summer II, Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer I). To be eligible for the tuition waiver, students must enroll for a minimum of six credits in the fall and spring semesters. Tuition is waived only for graduate courses applicable toward degree requirements. No waiver may be used for undergraduate credits unless they are required for a graduate degree program. Waivers cannot be applied to courses taken for audit. Any unused portion of the waiver expires at the end of the academic year and may not be carried over to the next year. Waivers do NOT cover university fees. You are responsible for all academic fees and tuition beyond the waiver allotment. These must be paid by the due date or you will be assessed a late fee. If you receive a bill and your waiver has not been processed, you are encouraged to pay the fees and complete a bill correction form which notifies the university that you have a pending tuition waiver.

Date inactive: 1/4/2016

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Student Government and Leadership Any 3/9/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations, and Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Student Government and Leadership

Job Description:
Provide assistance to the Director of Student Activities in the creation and implementation of a comprehensive leadership development program at Salisbury University. Work with the Executive Board of Student Government Association (SGA), as well as the leadership of recognized student organizations (RSOs) to which the position may interact, coordinate meetings with student members and the Director of Student Activities as appropriate. It is helpful to attend these meetings, but not a requirement unless otherwise indicated. Meet with SGA and RSO officers (as necessary) to provide advice related to organizational development, goal setting, and leadership development activities. Coordinate leadership trainings, workshops, and recognition ceremonies, working in conjunction with the Director of Student Activities and/or Coordinator of Student Life. Coordinate the collection of data related to student organizations and prepare year end reports as requested. Data supplied should also have corresponding researched benchmarks of success noted. Keep student organizations records and database updated and accurate. Assist in daily operation of OSAOL. Research national and industry standards of leadership development and expenditures for disclosure to student organizations and OSAOL as necessary. Research new, interesting, and creative leadership and programming opportunities for SU students and assist with development and implementation of these opportunities. Assist in the creation and implementation of a comprehensive training program for student organizational members. Assist in the research and development of a departmental outreach plan. Assist in the marketing efforts for leadership involvement opportunities. Aid in the nurturing of individual students and organizations through program presentation/facilitation and individual consultations/meetings. Perform other duties assigned.

Location: GUC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Please send current resume and cover letter to Susie West, GUC 125 by April 6, 2015. Interviews will be held on April 17th and 24th.

Majors Required: All

Questions:
The OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center are extremely high paced and high volume working environments. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are of utmost importance. Although we work closely as a team, successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to work independently to complete tasks.

Date inactive: 4/17/2015

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SOAP (Student Organization for Activities Planning) Any 3/9/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations, and Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: SOAP (Student Organization for Activities Planning)

Job Description:
Develop and provide leadership for the expansion of programmatic initiatives related to Student Activities programing, including but not limited to: Student Office of Activity Planning (SOAP), Orientation, and co-sponsorship of campus-wide events with other departments and student groups. Provide guidance on program planning, implementation and event promotion. Attend SOAP meetings weekly. Meet biweekly with individual SOAP board members one-on-one to support them with time management and details of their upcoming events. Follow through on each event to be certain all details have been attended to by SOAP members (contracts, room reservations, riders, etc.). Attend and supervise any event that requires risk management including, but not limited to, SOAPs Spring Concert, RSO Dances, RSO shows, and SGAs Big Event. Support OSAOL staff with Preview, Orientation and Welcome Week events including, but not limited to, Survival of Arrival and Activities Fair. Continuously seek to approve upon active policies and procedures of the OSAOL. All other duties as assigned.

Location: GUC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Please send current resume and cover letter to Susie West, GUC 125 by April 6, 2015. Interviews will be held on April 17th and 24th.

Majors Required: All

Questions:
The OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center are extremely high paced and high volume working environments. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are of utmost importance. Although we work closely as a team, successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to work independently to complete tasks.

Date inactive: 4/17/2015

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Fraternity and Sorority Life GA Any 3/9/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations, and Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Fraternity and Sorority Life

Job Description:
Educate Fraternities and Sororities on how to have successful event planning from start to finish . Meet with student groups, as needed, to support them with time management, details of their upcoming events, how to place a reservation, how to modify an existing reservation, etc. Work with GA of Operations to coordinate Mandatory Fraternity, Sorority, and RSO Meetings at the beginning of each semester. Work with the GA of Operations to coordinate a meeting for outgoing/incoming executive members of organizations to educate them on how to have a successful transition. Assist the Coordinator of Student Life with maintaining the Event Management System (EMS) and sustaining the organizational system for events in EMS, including but not limited to: Google Calendar, Upcoming Events Spreadsheet, Salisbury Universitys Student Life Calendar, OSAOL homepage. Attend Tuesday Meetings between student groups, Event Technical Services, Facilities Reservations, Guerrieri University Center, Support Services, and any other necessary departments. Communicate with Graduate Assistant of Operations to coordinate Tuesday Meetings to include any Greek organizations with upcoming events. Continuously seek to improve upon active policies and procedures of the OSAOL. Complete all tasks in a timely fashion and to the best of your abilities. Gather event information from each chapter for the compilation and creation of an All-Greek calendar. Gather and record data for end of year reporting. Gather information for the monthly Greek Newsletter. Advise the Programming Board. 
Advise Order of Omega. Review the Salisbury University Greek Assessment Program for each chapter. Develop a plan to expand anti-hazing efforts for the entire Greek community. Support Pan-Hellenic Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council in their programming efforts. Support training for councils and executive members of chapters. Work with alumni partners to maintain connections with their respective chapters. Collect data for benchmarking activities. Research similar institutions to ensure Salisbury University is most current in our Greek activities. Keep Greek organizations records, databases, and websites updated and accurate. (This includes the website). Assist in the daily operations of the OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center. Research new, interesting, and creative leadership and programming opportunities for SU Greeks and assist with development and implementation of these opportunities. Attend and supervise any event that requires risk management. Support OSAOL staff with Orientation 101, Orientation 102 and Welcome Week events. All other duties as assigned.

Location: Scarborough Leadership Center

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Please send current resume and cover letter to Susie West, GUC 125 by April 6, 2015. Interviews will be held on April 17th and 24th.

Majors Required: All

Questions:
The OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center are extremely high paced and high volume working environments. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are of utmost importance. Although we work closely as a team, successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to work independently to complete tasks.

Date inactive: 4/17/2015

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Operations GA Any 3/9/2015 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations, and Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Operations

Job Description:
Educate Clubs and Organizations on how to have successful event planning from start to finish. Work with the GAs of Fraternity and Sorority Life to plan and facilitate Mandatory Fraternity, Sorority and RSO Meetings at the beginning of each semester. Host a meeting with the GAs of Fraternity and Sorority Life in March/April for outgoing/incoming executive members of organizations to educate them on how to have a successful transition. Create new ways to educate clubs and organizations on important information through workshops, information sessions, editorial videos on the OSAOL webpage, myclasses, interactive power point, Student Planning Handbook etc. Research comparable institutions to see how we can improve our processes. Assist the Coordinator of Student Life with maintaining the Event Management System (EMS) and sustaining the organizational system for events in EMS, including but not limited to: Google Calendar, Upcoming Events Spreadsheet, Salisbury Universitys Student Life Calendar, OSAOL homepage. Organize and attend Tuesday Meetings between student groups, Event Technical Services, Facilities Reservations, Guerrieri University Center, Support Services, and any other necessary departments. E-mail Event Technical Services, Facilities Reservations, Guerrieri University Center and Support Services staff with a list of all organizations invited to each weeks Tuesday Meeting includeing: the name of the organization, the contact for the event, the reservation number and the name of the event. Send weekly reminder e-mails to all organizations who are missing paperwork such as: Event Permit, Ticket Contract, etc. Communicate with Fraternity and Sorority Life Graduate Assistants to plan Tuesday Meetings to include any Greek organizations with upcoming events. Support OSAOL staff with Orientation 101, Orientation 102 and Welcome Week events. Assist the Coordinator of Student Life with planning Survival of Arrival in the fall semester. Assist the Coordinator of Student Life in planning Advisors meetings each semester. Develop ways to educate Advisors and promote Advisor involvement. Attend a weekly one on one with the Coordinator of Student Life. Plan and implement the Student Activities Fair during both spring and fall Orientation. Communicate with the Vice President of the Student Government Association to make sure organizations attending any mandatory events organized by you receive credit for attending (mandatory meetings, Student Activities Fairs, etc.) Maintain all OSAOL social media accounts. Communicate with the Vice President of the Student Government Association on a weekly basis to remain aware of recognized and de-recognized organizations and to make sure you both have the same and most current RSO information. Maintain the RSO webpage with updated RSO information. Meet with student groups, as needed, to support them with time management, details of their upcoming events, how to place a reservation, how to modify an existing reservation, etc. Attend and supervise any event that requires risk management including, but not limited to, SOAPs Spring Concert, RSO Dances, RSO shows, and SGAs Big Event. Continuously seek to improve upon active policies and procedures of the OSAOL. Complete all tasks in a timely fashion and to the best of your abilities. Respond to all e-mails from any OSAOL staff in a timely and respectful fashion. All other duties as assigned.

Location: GUC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Please send current resume and cover letter to Susie West, GUC 125 by April 6, 2015. Interviews will be held on April 17th and 24th.

Majors Required: All

Questions: The OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center are extremely high paced and high volume working environments. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are of utmost importance. Although we work closely as a team, successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to work independently to complete tasks.

Date inactive: 4/17/2015

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