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 and have an earned degree in a related field (i.e., health, exercise science). Additional certifications/experience in aerobics, yoga, or strength and conditioning preferred. Appointment will begin August 2015.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Majors Required: Related field: health, exercise science, athletic training, physical education, etc.
Job Title: Graduate Assistant for Commuter Connections, Off-Campus Housing Services & Special Projects
Job Description: 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. Responsibilities: Commuter Connections Provide resources to commuter students through the development and distribution of publications, presentations, and web-based materials Plan and promote regularly scheduled workshops and networking opportunities for commuter students Market and promote Commuter Connections to increase awareness Assist in the training, hiring, and supervision of commuter assistants Engage incoming first-year commuters and recruit participants into the program Provide opportunities for program participants to increase involvement within the campus community Off-Campus Housing Services ● Promote OCH Services to students through the development and distribution of publications, presentations, and web-based materials ● Serve on Neighborhood Compact Committee ● Collaborate with off-campus partners and on-campus departments to provide services and information to students GUC Events Assist the Facilities Manager in the planning and implementation of various GUC Events, including gaming tournaments, recreational tournaments, social opportunities and educational programming Assist in planning and coordinating various GUC Events during fall and spring Orientation Assist in tracking and maintaining expenditures associated with the program on a semester basis Assist in creatively promoting scheduled events through various forms of media Special Projects ● Serve on committees, working groups, and/or task forces at the discretion of the Director of the Guerrieri University Center Experience Required: Research, data collection, assessment and reporting Leadership Public speaking Proven record of successful management of multiple projects and adherence to deadlines Programming and event planning Marketing and branding Key Attributes: Initiative Ability to work collaboratively and independently Professional demeanor Creative Detail oriented Organized Excellent oral and written communication skills
Location: Location: Guerrieri University Center, Room 222
Hours Per Week: 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 @ email@example.com. Priority will be given to those candidates who apply prior to 3/10/2015.
Majors Required: All
Questions: Ideally, the student will be hired to begin work on an hourly paid basis beginning March 23, 2015 for training and during the summer to assist in coordinating efforts for summer and fall. Please contact Stefanie Hurst at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Job Title: GA for First- and Second-Year Student Programs
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. This position will provide assistance in researching, planning, promoting, implementing and evaluating various program components of the universitys first- and second-year student programs, including New Student Reader, Sophomore Year Experience and Orientation 101 and 102, as well as other special projects as assigned. Responsibilities: New Student Reader ● serve on the New Student Reader (NSR) Committee ● assist in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives that promote the NSR program to incoming freshman, faculty and staff ● assist in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives that promote the NSR program to off-campus partners and the local community ● identify strategies to effectively communicate with incoming freshman students, including social media strategies such as Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram ● assist in the planning and coordination of various NSR events and activities held during Orientation ● design and implement assessment tools for the NSR program and provide a summary of the findings along with recommendations for enhancing the program Sophomore Year Experience ● serve on the Sophomore Year Experience (SYE)Task Force ● assist in the planning and implementation of Sophomore September events and activities ● assist in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives that promote the SYE program ● identify strategies to effectively communicate with sophomore students, including social media strategies such as Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram ● collaborate with on-campus departments and off-campus partners to provide services and information to sophomore students ● design and implement assessment tools for the SYE program and provide a summary of the findings along with recommendations for enhancing the program Orientation 101 and 102 ● assist in the planning and implementation of various Orientation components as needed Web Site Development assess, enhance and maintain the NSR and SYE web sites
Location: GUC, Room 222
Hours Per Week: 20
How To Apply: Send your letter of interest, resume and three professional/academic references to Andrea Booth in the GUC, Room 222.
Majors Required: All
Inactivation Date: May 30, 2015
Questions: Ideally, the student will be hired to begin work on an hourly paid basis during the summer to assist in coordinating efforts for summer Orientation 102 and fall programming. Please contact Andrea Booth at (410) 543-6100 or email@example.com with any questions.
Job Description: Salisbury University Housing and Residence Life is seeking a well-rounded individual to fill the position of Housing Operations Assistant. This positions reports to the Associate Director for Housing and Residence Life. A Bachelors degree with an enrollment in a Masters degree program is required for this graduate student position. Our department serves the needs of over 2,000 students living in 11 residence halls.
The Housing Operations Assistant is a live-out graduate student position. Primary job duties will include assisting in the daily operations of Housing and Residence Life. Also will entail: supervision of university student employees; overseeing maintenance/housekeeping concerns of residence halls; working collaboratively with professional live-in staff and resident assistants for building management; organizing and scheduling the moving of campus furniture; managing work order requests; working in conjunction with the offices of Physical Plant, Gull Card, Information Technology, Conference Services, and others as needed to support a vibrant residential community; and on-call responsibilities as needed throughout the academic year and during the summer. The Housing Operations Assistant aids the Associate Director and Assistant Director of Housing Assignments with the summer conference program included but not limited to: supervision of student conference assistants; coordinating the accommodations of visiting groups; and managing summer desk operations. Individual must have some technology background and have some knowledge and experience with customer service. Prior experience in Housing and Residence life is not required. The position requires a one-year contract, which serves through the summer months and winter term. This contract is renewable for a second year upon performance review early in the spring semester.
The position includes a tuition waiver (up to 18 credits a year) and a 10-month stipend during the fall and spring semesters. During the fall and spring semesters this is a 20 hour/week position paid through the stipend. Certain weeks throughout each semester may require up to 29 compensated hours. Summer and winter term work is a paid at an hourly wage. Start date for the Housing Operations Assistant is flexible. Summer work prior to this start date is preferred but not required.
Hours Per Week: 20 (Spring/Fall); Up to 29 (Winter/Summer)
How To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, and list of three references to: Clinton Gilbert (firstname.lastname@example.org), Associate Director, Housing and Residence Life, Sea Gull Square, 410-543-6040. Priority will be given to those candidates who apply before March 6, 2015. Applications will still be accepted after that date.
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.
Job Description: Planning, organizing, and implementing Sea Gull Century (SGC), a bike ride that consists of over 6,000 cyclists starting and ending at Salisbury University. - Tasks include: Responsible for the registration of all riders, organizing over 400 staff/student volunteers, managing outside vendors for Expo area, coordinating with on campus and local organizations to carry out the event, ordering and keeping inventory of SGC merchandise for webstore, managing daily office request from phone calls to emails to other socail media updates. Involvement in a variety of Foundation events including, Golf Classic, Presidents Club, Childrens Literature Festival, Lifelong Learning, etc. Desirable qualities include: hard-working, dependable, self-motivated, flexible work hours, clear and concise verbal and written communication skills, as well as solid organizational skills.
Location: SU Foundation Center, 1308 Camden Avenue
Hours Per Week: 20, starting May 2015
How To Apply: Submit resume with two references and cover letter reflecting why interested addressed to: Amy Waters, Director of Leadership Giving & Stewardship, SU Foundation, 1308 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801