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Event Technical Services Graduate Assistant Any 4/7/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Event Technical Services

Contact: Matthew Hill

Email:
mdhill@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Event Technical Services Graduate Assistant

Job Description:
The Event Technical Services department is seeking an enthusiastic graduate level student to play a valuable role in the Event Technical Services department. This position will provide oversight for events, purchasing equipment, staff training, assessment, and bench marking best practices. For more details see-
https://www.dropbox.com/s/z6lf4obunnqr0nv/Graduate%20Assistant%20for%20Event%20Technical%20Services%20Job%20Description.docx

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Resume, Cover letter, 2 professional and 1 academic references. Emailed
mdhill@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: N/A

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

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Teaching Graduate Assistant for Involvement and Operations Any 4/1/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations & Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Teaching Graduate Assistant for Involvement and Operations

Job Description:
The Teaching Graduate Assistant for Involvement and Operations will be able to build and enhance personal and professional skills by participating and/or being responsible for the following: Educate Clubs and Organizations on how to have successful event planning from start to finish. Plan and facilitate Mandatory RSO Meeting at the beginning of each semester. Organize and attend Tuesday Meetings between student groups, Event Services, Facilities Reservations, Guerrieri University Center, and any other necessary departments. Support OSAOL staff with Preview, Orientation and Welcome Week events including, but not limited to, Survival of Arrival and Activities Fair.Assist the Coordinator of Student Life with maintaining the Event Management System (EMS) and sustaining an organizational system for events in EMS. Meet with student groups, as needed, to support them with time management and details of their upcoming events. Support OSAOL staff with Preview, Orientation and Welcome Week events including, but not limited to, Survival of Arrival and Activities Fair.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. All other duties as assigned.

Location: Office of Student Activities, GUC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Tricia Smith in GUC 125 or via email at
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: All

Inactivation Date: July 1, 2014

Date inactive: 7/1/2014

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Teaching Graduate Assistant for Greek Life and Orientation Any 4/1/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations & Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Teaching Graduate Assistant for Greek Life and Orientation

Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant for Greek Life and Orientation will be able to build and enhance personal and professional skills by participating and/or being responsible for the following: 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 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, database, and website updated and accurate. Assist in daily operation of OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center. Research national and industry standards of leadership development and expenditures for disclosure to Greek organizations and OSAOL as necessary. Research new, interesting, and creative leadership and programming opportunities for SU Greeks and assist with development and implementation of these opportunities. Assist in the hiring and training of Orientation Leaders and Orientation Coordinators. Assist the coordinator of student life with the implementation of new student orientation. 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. Perform other duties assigned.

Location: Office of Student Activities, GUC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Tricia Smith in GUC 125 or via email at
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: All

Inactivation Date:
July 1, 2014

Date inactive: 7/1/2014

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Teaching Graduate Assistant for Greek Life and Orientation Any 4/1/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations & Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Teaching Graduate Assistant for Greek Life and Orientation

Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant for Greek Life and Orientation will be able to build and enhance personal and professional skills by participating and/or being responsible for the following: 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 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, database, and website updated and accurate. Assist in daily operation of OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center. Research national and industry standards of leadership development and expenditures for disclosure to Greek organizations and OSAOL as necessary. Research new, interesting, and creative leadership and programming opportunities for SU Greeks and assist with development and implementation of these opportunities. Assist in the hiring and training of Orientation Leaders and Orientation Coordinators. Assist the coordinator of student life with the implementation of new student orientation. 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. Perform other duties assigned.

Location: Office of Student Activities, GUC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Tricia Smith in GUC 125 or via email at
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: All

Inactivation Date: July 1, 2014

Date inactive: 7/1/2014

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SOAP (Programming Board) GA Any 4/1/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations & Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: SOAP (Programming Board) GA

Job Description:
Teaching Graduate Assistant for the Student Organization for Activities Programming (SOAP) will be able to build and enhance personal and professional skills by participating and/or being responsible for the following: 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: Office of Student Activities, GUC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Tricia Smith in GUC 125 or via email at
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: All

Inactivation Date: July 1, 2014

Date inactive: 7/1/2014

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Teaching Graduate Assistant for Leadership & SGA Any 4/1/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Activities, Organizations & Leadership

Contact: Tricia Smith

Email:
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Teaching Graduate Assistant for Leadership & SGA

Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant for Leadership & SGA will be able to build and enhance personal and professional skills by participating and/or being responsible for the following: Research national and industry standards of leadership development and learning outcomes for implementation in the leadership program. Provide assistance to the Director of Student Activities in the creation, implementation, and marketing of a comprehensive leadership development program at Salisbury University. Coordinate leadership trainings throughout the academic year to provide additional opportunities for skills development. Plan the annual recognition ceremony, working in conjunction with other Gas, the Director of Student Activities and Coordinators of Student Life. Meet with SGA officers to provide advice related to organizational development, goal setting, and leadership development activities. Provide support and guidance to the SGA executive board members with the planning and implementation of programs. Coordinate the collection of data related to SGA 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. 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 Preview, Orientation and Welcome Week events including, but not limited to, Survival of Arrival and Activities Fair. Perform other duties assigned.

Location: Office of Student Activities, GUC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Tricia Smith in GUC 125 or via email at
tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 7/1/2014

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Graduate Assistant for Sophomore Year Experience, New Student Reader and Orientation Components Any 3/26/2014 [-]

Employing Department: The Guerrieri University Center (GUC) Office

Contact: Andrea Booth

Email: albooth@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistant for Sophomore Year Experience, New Student Reader and Orientation Components

Job Description:
The GUC Office is seeking a motivated graduate level student that will provide assistance in researching, planning, promoting, implementing and evaluating various program components of Sophomore Year Experience (SYE), New Student Reader (NSR) and Orientation, as well as other special projects as assigned. Responsibilities will include: 1) serving on the SYE Task Force and NSR Committee; 2) assisting in the planning and implementation of NSR and SYE events and activities; 3) developing and implementing strategic initiatives that promote the SYE and NSR programs; 4) identifying and implementing strategies to effectively communicate with freshman and sophomore students, including social media strategies such as Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram; 5) designing and implementing assessment tools for the SYE and NSR programs and providing a summary of the findings along with recommendations for enhancing the program; 6) assessing, enhancing and maintaining the SYE and NSR web sites; and 7) assisting in the planning and implementation of various Orientation components as needed.

Required skills and experience for the graduate assistant position include: 1) research and data collection; 2) excellent verbal and written communication skills; 3) leadership skills; 4) proven record of successful management of multiple projects and adherence to deadlines; 5) utilization of various social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; and 6) proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and web site development.

In addition, the graduate assistant must be creative and detail oriented, show initiative, have a professional demeanor and the ability to work collaboratively and independently.

This position requires a one-year contract, which is renewable for a second year following a performance review early in the Spring semester. During the fall and spring semesters, this is a 20 hour a week position that is paid through a stipend of $4,000 per semester payable in biweekly installations and a tuition waiver of up to 9 hours per semester. Summer and winter term work paid at an hourly wage may be available. The start date for the GUC Graduate Assistantship position is Monday, August 25, 2014. You must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply.

Salary: $4,000 stipend each semester and tuition waiver (up to 18 credits/year)

Location: Guerrieri University Center, Room 222

Hours: 20 hours/week

How To Apply:
How to Apply: Interested candidates should forward a resume, three references and cover letter reflecting why interested to: Andrea Booth, Salisbury University, GUC Office, Room 222, 1101 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801 or via email to albooth@salisbury.edu. Applications will be accepted following this date.

Inactivation Date: 06/01/2014

Date inactive: 6/1/2014

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Graduate Assistant for Student Conduct Any 3/24/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Student Affairs

Contact: Valerie Randall-Lee

Email:
vjrandall-lee@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistant for 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.

Salary: Tuition remission and $4,000 stipend

Location: GUC

Hours Per Week: 20 hours/week, typically between 8 AM and 5 PM. There may by some weekend or evening hours but this is not the norm.

How To Apply:
Please send a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references to Valerie Randall-Lee, Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students; Guerrieri University Center 212. Applications received by April 14 will receive first consideration

Inactivation Date: June 30, 2014

Date inactive: 6/30/2014

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GA - Women's Basketball Any 3/19/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Athletics

Contact: Kelly Lewandowski

Email:
kalewandowski@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Women's Basketball

Job Description:
Assist with the implementation of all phases of the women's basketball program, which include: Assisting with recruiting, planning and implementing daily practices, travel arrangements, and managing daily practice groups. Must be able to work within the NCAA, Capital Athletic Conference and the Salisbury University regulations and guidelines. Early morning, evening and weekend hours will be required. Other duties as assigned. STIPEND: $8,000 plus Tuition Waiver

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send cover letter, resume and references to Kelly Lewandowski at
kalewandowski@salisbury.edu

Date inactive: 5/1/2014

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OSDSS Graduate Assistant Any 3/10/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Office of Student Disability Support Services (OSDSS)

Contact: Tessa DiPerri

Email:
tediperri@salisbury.edu

Job Title: OSDSS Graduate Assistant

Job Description:
Office of Student Disability Support Services, Graduate Assistant Office Overview The Office of Student Disability Support Services (OSDSS) is committed to fostering accessible learning opportunities and environments for students with disabilities. In working toward this mission, the OSDSS provides guidance, access to resources, and accommodations for students with disabilities including, but limited to, medical, psychiatric, and learning disabilities, and mobility, visual, and hearing impairments. The OSDSS is currently seeking strong applicants for the position of Graduate Assistant (GA). In this position, the GA serves in various roles to include resource counselor, advocate, facilitator, leader and educator. In doing so, the GA provides direct services to students, interacts with faculty and staff, and provides coordination, assistance, and administrative support for the OSDSS office, its programs, and services. Position Overview Responsibilities of the OSDSS GA include: Conducting intake appointments for students, approving reasonable accommodation plans, and connecting students to related campus and community resources Providing one-to-one disability resource counseling sessions for registered students Generating and maintaining confidential student records Managing the provision of educational materials in alternative formats Assisting with training student employees and prioritizing their work tasks Creating and implementing in-services for various campus constituents such as resident assistants and student orientation leaders Furnishing testing accommodations such as proctoring, reading, and scribing, in conjunction with Counseling Center staff Consulting with prospective students and their families Participating in outreach initiatives on and off of campus Taking part in various research projects and assessment initiatives, performing data collection, analysis and statistical reporting Assisting with maintaining departmental website Developing and executing special projects and/or programs according to individual interest and departmental priorities Performing other duties as assigned Applicant Requirements and Qualifications A bachelors degree is required, with majors in psychology, social work, education, sociology, or a related field being preferred. Enrollment in a masters degree program at the University is required. Applicants must be service-oriented and have superior organizational and problem solving abilities. Additionally, applicants should have demonstrated competency for interacting with a wide diversity of people. Sensitivity to and understanding of diversity issues is imperative. Experience working with people with disabilities will be viewed favorably. Applicants must understand the essential need for interacting in a professional and ethical manner, to include maintaining confidentiality. The ability to work independently as well as part of a team is required and strong oral and written skills are essential. Applicants must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications (particularly Word, and Excel). Applicants must be able to work 20 hours per week (during Fall and Spring Semesters) over a minimum of four days (Monday-Friday) between the hours of 8:00am-5:00pm. Additionally, applicants must be available to work a minimum of 20 hours per week during the months of July, August and January. Position Benefits The GA contract includes a tuition waiver (up to 18 credits a year) and a 10-month stipend of $4,000 per semester. This stipend is payable in biweekly installments, during the Fall and Spring semesters. This position requires the GA to be able to fulfill an additional hourly wage, 3 month contract, working through the months of July and August and January. Both the GA contract and the hourly wage contract are renewable for a second year, dependent upon performance review.

Salary: During the Fall and Spring semesters, this is a 20 hour/week position paid through the stipend. During the months of July, August and January, this is a 20-29 hour/week position paid at a rate of $10/hr.

Location: OSDSS, Guerrieri University Center

Hours Per Week: Applicants must be able to work 20 hours per week (during Fall and Spring Semesters) over a minimum of four days (Monday-Friday) between the hours of 8:00am-5:00pm. Additionally, applicants must be available to work a minimum of 20 hours per week during the months of July, August and January.

How To Apply: To apply, send all college transcripts, cover letter, resume, list of three references, and anticipated availability to attend a 90 minute interview session between April 7, 2014 and April 11, 2014 to: Tessa DiPerri,
tediperri@salisbury.edu Disability Resource Counselor Office of Student Disability Support Services Salisbury University, GUC Rm 263 1101 Camden Avenue Salisbury, MD 21801 Priority will be given to applications received by 5:00pm on April 1, 2014. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Majors Required: A bachelors degree is required, with majors in psychology, social work, education, sociology, or a related field being preferred. Enrollment in a masters degree program at the University is required.

Inactivation Date: 
06/30/2014

Date inactive: 6/30/2014

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"Exercise is Medicine" Graduate Assistant Any 3/5/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Health & Sport Sciences

Contact: Dr. Lisa Mealey

Email:
lmmealey@salisbury.edu

Job Title: "Exercise is Medicine" Graduate Assistant

Job Description:
The Department of Health & Sport Sciences Exercise Science Program is seeking an energetic, creative and passionate individual to fill the position of Graduate Assistant for the 2014-2015 academic year. The main responsibility of this position will be to assist with all phases of the American College of Sports Medicines Exercise is Medicine (EIM) On Campus initiative. Duties will include assisting in program development, organization and implementation; supervision, management and administration of implemented programs/activities; regular correspondence with EIM Student Committee, student staff and program participants; and attend weekly meetings. Other duties as assigned. Review of applications will begin March 5, 2014 and appointment will begin August 2014. First consideration will be given to applications received by March 25, 2014.

Location: Maggs

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Send a letter of interest, resume and 2 letters of recommendation to: Dr. Lisa Mealey Assistant Professor of Exercise Science, Department of Health & Sport Sciences, Salisbury University 1101 Camden Avenue Salisbury, MD 21801-6862.

Majors Required: Applied Health Physiology

Inactivation Date: May 20, 2014

Date inactive: 5/20/2014

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Volunteer Center Coordinator (GA) Any 3/5/2014 [-]

Employing Department: SU Student Volunteer Center

Contact: Rebecca Emery

Email:
raemery@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Volunteer Center Coordinator (GA)

Job Description:
A Graduate Assistantship is available through the Career Services/Student Activities Offices for the academic year of 2014-15. The GA will receive extensive training and is expected to work 20 hours per week, spread over at least 3 days. Occasional weekends, evening and event attendance will also be required. This assistantship requires the willingness to serve students in an excellent manner as well as the ability to professionally interact with students and non-profit agencies in person and on the phone and via email. The GA will help establish and maintain a Student Volunteer Center. This will include: Interacting with community partners (community Nonprofit agencies) and maintain close working relationships with several key community volunteer clearinghouses (for example: ShoreCan) Managing databases of agency information, volunteer needs/requests and individual volunteer sign-up procedures Maintaining a website Counseling or advising individual student volunteers as well as working with clubs and organizations to meet their volunteer goals Publicizing the Volunteer Center in such a way that gets students to know and understand the functions of the Volunteer Center. Determine a volunteer Opportunity of the Week and publicize it on the SU TV. Become familiar with other existing Student Volunteer Centers at Universities so as to ascertain best practices. This research would be the basis for developing and designing policies and procedures to improve our Student Volunteer Center. Research the volunteer habits of SU students by collecting data on the volunteers, analyzing this data in a way that produces statistics that tell us how many students volunteer, the nature and duration of their volunteer activities, their satisfaction with these volunteer activities etc. The research will be such that data will be able to be sorted by a number of criteria (athletic, Greek or club affiliation, race, sex, etc.) This data analysis will be the foundation for further research on student volunteers and agency participation. Represent/make presentation about the SU Volunteer Center in the Community and on-campus. Develop service projects to kick off the school year with new, incoming students. A grad student interested in community service, volunteering, or the nonprofit world would be particularly suited for this position. This position will work with a University committee as well as both the Directors of Career Services and Student Activities. In addition to being customer-oriented it would be beneficial to have some knowledge of Publisher, Excel, good knowledge of Word is required. Candidates from all Masters Program are encouraged to apply. This graduate assistantship offers a stipend of $4000 per semester payable in biweekly installations and a tuition waiver of up to 9 hours per semester. You MUST be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply.

Salary: 4,000 per semester

Location: SU Volunteer Center in the Student Activites Center

Hours Per Week: 20 hours per week with very occassional hours during the weekend

How To Apply:
Send resume and cover letter to Dr. Emery, Director of Career Services at
raemery@salisbury.edu MUST be accepted into a grad program to apply. Apply by April 15 please.

Majors Required: ALL

Inactivation Date: July 1, 2014

Date inactive: 7/1/2014

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GA - Career Services Any 3/5/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Career Services

Contact: Rebecca Emery

Email:
raemery@salisbury.edu

Job Title: GA - Career Services

Job Description:
The GA will receive extensive training and is expected to work 20 hours per week, spread over at least 3 days. This assistantship requires the willingness to serve students in an excellent manner as well as the ability to professionally interact with employers/recruiters in person and on the phone. The GA will assist in all office duties and services and be assigned special projects as the need arises such as public relations, publicizing internships and jobs, assisting with event coordination, working with students on a one-to-one basis, reveiwing resumes, coordinating social media communications and statistically analyzing results etc. The GA could design and teach some new 30-60 minute career-related workshops. This includes the powerpoint/prezi and handouts used in the teaching as well as the marketing of these learning opportunities to our students. The GA will also assist in the presentation of additional workshops that are delivered by others (guest speakers, or the SU career professionals). In addition to being customer oriented, indepth knowledge of PowerPoint and Word is required. Good presentation and teaching skills are expected. Candidates from all Masters Program are encouraged to apply. On a one-on-one basis the GA often has to instruct students how to write, edit, correct their resumes and cover letters. The GA often has regularly scheduled appointments with students for this type of advice. This graduate assistantship offers a stipend of $4000 per semester payable in biweekly installations and a tuition waiver of up to 9 hours per semester. You MUST be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply.

Salary: $4000 per semester

Location: Career Services Office - GUC 133

Hours Per Week: 20 hours per week. Very occassional Saturday hours

How To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to Dr. Emery at
raemery@salisbury.edu. by April 15.

Majors Required: ALL

Inactivation Date: July 1, 2014

Date inactive: 7/1/2014

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Graduate Assistantship in the Center for Student Achievement Any 2/27/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Center for Student Achievement

Contact: Heather Holmes

Email:
hwholmes@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistantship in the Center for Student Achievement

Job Description:
The Center for Student Achievement is searching for a graduate assistant for Fall 2014- Spring 2015 academic year. The CSA is seeking a candidate who demonstrates a keen desire to work with students, has strong communication skills, problem solving skills and the ability to empathize with students seeking assistance in the Achievement Center. Responsibilities include one on one academic coaching, creating, administering and assessing success initiatives to support students on academic probation, developing and facilitating weekly study strategy workshops. The GA will conduct research on learning centers, learning strategies and new initiatives in the field of academic success as needed. The GA will participate in the collection and analysis of data in the Center. The GA will also attend RA floor meetings, open houses, orientation, etc. to market the CSA to students and families. The GA should be proficient in Excel, Prezi, Power Point and website development.

This graduate assistantship offers a stipend of $4000 per semester payable in biweekly installations and a tuition waiver of up to 9 hours per semester. The GA position in the Center for Student Achievement is a 20 hour a week commitment which includes evenings and weekends. You must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply.

Salary: $4,000/semester

Location: Center for Student Achievement

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Dr. Heather Holmes, GUC 213 by April 1, 2014.

Date inactive: 6/30/2014

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Graduate Assistantship in the Center for Student Achievement - SU BRIDGES Any 2/27/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Center for Student Achievement

Contact: Heather Holmes

Email:
hwholmes@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistantship in the Center for Student Achievement - SU BRIDGES

Job Description:
The Center for Student Achievement is searching for a graduate assistant for Fall 2014- Spring 2015 academic year. The CSA is seeking a candidate who demonstrates a keen desire to work with students, has strong communication skills, problem solving skills and the ability to empathize with students seeking assistance in the Achievement Center. Responsibilities include one on one academic coaching, developing and facilitating study strategy workshops, assistance with training and supervision of the TutorTrac system and website development. During the fall semester, the GA will serve as a liaison to the students enrolled in the SU Bridges program. The GA will participate in the collection and analysis of data for this project. In the spring semester, the GA will support students on academic probation through creative programming initiatives. The GA may also attend RA floor meetings, open houses, orientation, etc. to market the academic support services to students and families. The candidate should possess technical skills including web development, power point, excel, and Prezi.

This graduate assistantship offers a stipend of $4000 per semester payable in biweekly installations and a tuition waiver of 9 hours per semester. The GA position in the Center for Student Achievement is a 20 hour a week commitment which includes evenings and weekends. You must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply.

Salary: $4,000/semester

Location: Center for Student Acheivement

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Dr. Heather Holmes, GUC 213, by April 1, 2014.

Date inactive: 6/30/2014

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Housing Operations Graduate Assistant Any 2/25/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Housing and Residence Life

Contact: Clinton Gilbert

Email:
cegilbert@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Housing Operations Graduate Assistant

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 available but not required.

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Send cover letter, resume, and list of three references to: Clinton Gilbert (
cegilbert@salisbury.edu), Associate Director, Housing and Residence Life, Sea Gull Square, 410-543-6040. Priority will be given to those candidates who apply before March 7, 2014. Applications will still be accepted after that date.

Inactivation Date: 06/30/2014

Date inactive: 6/30/2014

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Housing Operations Graduate Assistant All Any 2/24/2014 [-]

Position Title: Housing Operations Graduate Assistant

Employing Department Location: Housing and Residence Life

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 Bachelor’s degree with an enrollment in a Master’s 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 available but not required.

 Send cover letter, resume, and list of three references to: Clinton Gilbert (cegilbert@salisbury.edu), Associate Director, Housing and Residence Life, Sea Gull Square, 410-543-6040. Priority will be given to those candidates who apply before March 7, 2014. Applications will still be accepted after that date.

 Contact Person: Clinton Gilbert, 410-543-6040

Date inactive: 8/31/2014

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PHEC 106 Graduate Assistant Any 2/18/2014 [-]

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 2014-15 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, athletic training, or physical education). Review of applications will begin February 28, 2014 and appointment will begin August 2014. First consideration will be given to applications received by March 15, 2014.

How To Apply:
Please submit resume, letter of interest and names/addresses/telephone numbers of three professional references to: Ms. Laura Marinaro, Department of Health and Sport Sciences, Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801 (e-mail:
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu ).

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

Inactivation Date: June 30, 2014

Date inactive: 6/30/2014

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Graduate Assistant-Intramurals/Sport Clubs Any 12/9/2013 [-]

Employing Department: Campus Recreation

Contact: Wayne Gorrow

Email:
wdgorrow@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistant-Intramurals/Sport Clubs

Job Description:
Assist with the implementation of all phases of Campus Recreation, which include: Intramurals, Sport Clubs & Facilities. Recruit, train, schedule, supervise and evaluate student staff. Assist in program evaluation and development of rules, policies, and procedures. Manage daily administration of program activities, including correspondence with student staff and program participants. Facility supervision, some evenings and weekends will be required. Other duties as assigned. STIPEND: $8,000 plus Tuition Waiver

Location: Maggs P.A.C

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
Send a letter of interest, resume and 3 letters of recommendation to: Mr. Wayne Gorrow Asst. Director of Campus Recreation Salisbury University 1101 Camden Ave. Salisbury, MD 21801-6862.

Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 4/26/2014

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Men's and Women's Swimming GA Any 12/4/2013 [-]

Department: Athletics and Campus Recreation

Contact: Jill Stephenson

Email:
jastephenson@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Men's and Women's Swimming GA

Job Description:
Assist with the implementation of all phases of the men's and women's swimming programs, which include: Assisting with recruiting, planning and implementing daily practices, travel arrangements, and managing daily practice groups. Must be able to work within the NCAA, Capital Athletic Conference and the Salisbury University regulations and guidelines. Early morning, evening and weekend hours will be required. Other duties as assigned.

Salary: $4,000/semester plus tuition waiver

Location: Salisbury University Maggs Pool

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply:
An application packet will be forwarded once a letter of interest has been received. Jill Stephenson Head Coach of Men's and Women's Swimming, Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Ave., Salisbury, MD 21801

Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 6/30/2014

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