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Guerrieri Student Union Information Desk Operations Coordinator Any 3/1/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Guerrieri Student Union

Contact: Stefanie Hurst

Email: slhurst@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Guerrieri Student Union Information Desk Operations Coordinator

Job Description: Job Description: The GSU 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 GSU 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. Responsibilities: Supervising Desk Attendants, Assist the Facilities Coordinator in hiring Information Desk Attendants; Plan and implement a comprehensive training program for all new Desk Attendants; Schedule Desk Attendants to ensure that the area is properly staffed at all times, Assess and evaluate student employee performance, suggest areas for improvement, and design developmental strategies to encourage growth, Provide leadership and promote excellent customer service Ticket Sales, Provide leadership and act as liaison with campus community for ticket sales through the Information Desk, Educate and communicate ticket sale information to Desk Attendants to ensure a high level of quality service; Promptly supply final ticket sale consolidations to departments and provide accurate accounting to Finance Department, Research best practices and propose improvements to current ticket sale procedures, Collaboration; Work with all areas under the supervision of the GSU office to promote teamwork and assist in aligning initiatives with the mission of the GSU. Miscellaneous Items: Assist the Facilities Coordinator in scheduling the Building Managers; Inventory collection, reconciliation, and maintenance. Experience Required: Demonstrated leadership and responsibility preferably with previous experience in supervision or management; Office experience or working in a professional setting; Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills; Research, evaluation and data collection; Proven record of successful management of multiple projects and adherence to deadlines; Money handling. Experience Preferred: Knowledge of and experience with Google Docs; Experience with scheduling employees; Experience with implementing and maintaining workplace regulations. Key Attributes: Highly organized and detail oriented; Ability to work collaboratively and independently; Professional demeanor; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Critical thinking and problem-solving skills; Ability to innovate and seek improvements in all aspects of operations. 

Location: GSU Information Desk

Hours Per Week: 20 (Spring/Fall); Up to 40 (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: 3/26/2017

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GSU Events, Commuter Connections, Off-Campus Housing Services & Special Projects Any 3/1/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Guerrieri Student Center

Contact: Stefanie Hurst

Email: slhurst@salisbury.edu

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

Job Description:
The Guerrieri Student Union (GSU) 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 GSU Events/Commuter Connections and providing direct oversight of the Commuter Assistant Program; 2) managing Off-Campus Housing (OCH) Services; 3) assisting with establishing GSU Cares; 4) coordinating the advertising and promotion of each program and event; and 5) managing special projects as assigned. Detailed 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 GSU Events; Assist the Facilities Manager in the planning and implementation of various GSU Events programs, tournaments, social opportunities and educational programming for students; Assist in tracking and maintaining expenditures associated with the program(s) on a semester basis; Assist in planning and coordinating various GSU Events during fall and spring Orientation; 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 Student Union.

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; Impeccable interpersonal skills. 


Location: Guerrieri Student Union, Room 222

Hours Per Week: 20 (Spring/Fall); Up to 40 (Winter/Summer)

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

Majors Required: All

Notes: 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: 3/26/2017

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Housing Operations GA Any 2/9/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Housing and Residence Life

Contact: Clinton Gilbert

Email: cegilbert@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Housing Operations GA

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.

Location: Sea Gull Square Housing Office

Hours Per Week: 20 per week during semester

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 17, 2017. Applications will still be accepted after that date.

Date inactive: 4/1/2017

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Career Services Graduate Assistants Any 2/7/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Career Services

Contact: Kevin Fallon

Email: kcfallon@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Career Services Graduate Assistants

Job Description:
The Office of Career Services at Salisbury University delivers Career and Personal Professional Development services to over 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in - as well as alumni from - 42 undergraduate and 14 graduate programs in Business, Education, Science and Technology, and The Liberal Arts. It is a fast-paced office environment where the highest levels of professionalism are critical due to the nature of our work. On any given day the office hosts students, alumni, faculty and staff, as well as our employer partners.

The Office of Career Services is seeking candidates to fill up to two Graduate Assistant positions. Graduate Assistants in Career Services are given a tremendous amount of responsibility and work in and environment with high expectations for quality and service to our student, alumni, faculty/staff and employer clients. Successful candidates must be polished and professional, highly motivated and energetic, possess a strong desire to provide high quality service to our clients, and able to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality.

Work Schedule and Office Environment:

  • Due to the nature of our work, professional dress is required. You are not expected to wear business suits or dresses, but athletic wear, shorts, jeans, and t-shirts are not acceptable attire.
  • The office is located on the first floor of the Guerrieri University Center next to Cool Beans. Our standard operating hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • Your services may be required during the entire period of your appointment, with the exception of official University holidays.
  • We do have 3-4 events per semester that require flexibility and availability as early as 7 a.m. and as late as 7 p.m. These events are rare and the exact dates can be discussed before the start of each semester.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provide front-line client service to students, alumni, faculty/staff, and employers in a professional manner: greet clients, schedule appointments, and answer questions.
  • Provide assistance to full-time professional staff members in all office administrative duties: answering phones, maintaining the Career Services e-mail account, and processing all forms of communication through the office.
  • Assist the team in all aspects of event planning and execution for various Career services events including 5-6 Job Fairs per academic year and dozens of workshops and employer information sessions.
  • Provide assistance for "mission critical" special projects such as the gathering and maintenance of post-graduation data for the department's First Destination Survey as well as other special projects at the request of the full-time professional staff.
  • Conduct one-on-one resume and cover letter reviews with primarily undergraduate students currently attending the University.
  • Manage the daily maintenance of the Career Services Job Posting software known as Career Connections: review all incoming jobs and approve for posting if appropriate.
  • Manage communications to the general student population to advertise and publicize internships and jobs, job fairs, networking nights, information sessions, workshops, and other career related special events.

Requirements:

  • We are only able to consider graduate students who have been accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University.
  • Must be customer/client service oriented and possess the ability to cordially interact with employers/recruiters in person and on the phone.
  • Must have solid understanding of Microsoft Office (Word and Excel required, PowerPoint, FrontPage, and Access a plus).
  • Must have advanced presentation and teaching skills, as you may be asked to lead workshops and presentations. (Full training on content will be provided.) 

Salary: $4,000 stipend per fall/spring semester paid biweekly and a tuition waiver of up to 9 hours per fall/spring semester.

Location: GUC

Hours: 20 per week spread over at least 4 days.

How To Apply: Send resume and cover letter along with two references to Kevin Fallon, Director of Career Services at kcfallon@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: All Majors, M.Ed. Higher Ed program a plus

Date inactive: 5/10/2017

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Volunteer Center Graduate Assistant Any 2/6/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Career Services

Contact: Charlie Endicott

Email: rcendicott@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Volunteer Center Graduate Assistant

Job Description:
The Office of Career Services at Salisbury University delivers Career and Personal Professional Development services to over 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in - as well as alumni from - 42 undergraduate and 14 graduate programs in Business, Education, Science and Technology, and The Liberal Arts. It is a fast-paced office environment where the highest levels of professionalism are critical due to the nature of our work. On any given day the office hosts students, alumni, faculty and staff, as well as our employer partners.

The Office of Career Services is seeking candidates to serve as a Graduate Assistant leading The Volunteer Center at Salisbury University. Our Graduate Assistants are given a tremendous amount of responsibility and work in and environment with high expectations for quality and service to our student, alumni, faculty/staff and employer clients. The Volunteer Center Graduate Assistant also represents our office and the University while interacting with local business and community leaders. Successful candidates must be polished and professional, highly motivated and energetic, possess a strong desire to serve the community in new and innovative ways.

Due to the nature of our work, professional dress is required when you are in the office. You are not expected to wear business suits or dresses, but athletic wear, shorts, jeans, and t-shirts are not acceptable attire. (Many of our service projects out in the field do not require professional attire.) Your services may be required during the entire period of your appointment, with the exception of official University holidays. We do have Volunteer projects and events each semester that require flexibility and availability in the evening and over the weekend. These events are not common and the exact dates can be discussed before the start of each semester.

The primary responsibility of the Volunteer Center GA is to connect students with local volunteer opportunities. To be successful, the Volunteer Center GA must be driven to serve students as well as the community. The Volunteer Center GA is a student leader that consistently demonstrates:

  • The ability to professionally interact with students and agencies in person, on the phone, and via email. The GA interacts with community partners (community Nonprofit agencies) and maintains close working relationships with several key community volunteer organizations (for example: Habitat).
  • The ability to build and maintain relationships with all key stakeholders (students, student leaders, student organizations, faculty, staff, and community leaders) through the proper use of the Volunteer Center contact management system / relationship database which includes key contacts agency information, volunteer needs/requests and individual volunteer sign-up procedures.
  • The ability to help us manage the Volunteer Center website and Social Media presence (Instagram).
  • The ability to provide counseling or advising individual student volunteers as well as working with clubs and organizations to meet their volunteer goals.

Specific assignments will include, but are not limited to:

  • Publicizing the Volunteer Center to students and community members, both on and off campus, so they know and understand the functions of the Volunteer Center.
  • Networking with other Student Volunteer Centers at other Universities to share best practices and generate ideas for new projects.
  • Reporting and Analysis: Collect and produce data that details how many students attend various events. Help the University "tell the story" of all the great things our students do to improve the community. This will include Maintain spread sheet to log all volunteer work completed by students by following up with the volunteer organization and the student post event.
  • Delivering presentations about the SU Volunteer Center across the campus community and off campus with local organizations. This will include presenting to classes where the completion of volunteer hours is a required part of the course: Communications, Social Work 200, etc. The Volunteer Center then tracks and reports on the service hours completed.
  • Developing service projects to kick off the school year with new, incoming students.
  • Connecting students who need volunteer service hours with organizations in need of volunteers.
  • Organizing and managing the Alternative Spring Break Volunteer trip.
  • Supervising and scheduling all local day volunteer trips to local organizations.
  • Communicating volunteer activity information with all clubs, organizations, fraternities, sororities, sports teams and big 6 organizations.
  • Attending mandatory RSO, Fraternity and Sorority meetings at the beginning of each semester to educate student groups about the Volunteer Center and the benefits of partnering with us for community service.
  • Delivering the Volunteer Center orientation program.
  • Assisting the Associate Director of Career Services in the tracking of the Volunteer Center budget and fundraising activities.

Requirements:

  • We are only able to consider graduate students who have been accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University.
  • Must be community service oriented and possess the ability to cordially interact with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Must have solid understanding of Microsoft Office (Word and Excel required, PowerPoint, FrontPage, and Access a plus).
  • Must have advanced presentation and teaching skills, as you will be asked to lead workshops and presentations. (Full training on content will be provided.)
  • Candidates from all Master's Programs are encouraged to apply, enrollment in the Higher Education program a strong plus. 

Salary: $4,000 stipend per fall/spring semester paid in biweekly installments and a tuition waiver of up to 9 hours per spring/fall semester.

Location: GUC.

Hours Per Week: 20 hours (spread out 3-4 days) per week.

How To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Charlie Endicott at rcendicott@salisbury.edu no later than March 1st, 2017.

Questions: Contact Samantha Beck sbeck1@gulls.salisbury.edu or Mr. Endicott rcendicott@salisbury.edu for additional questions.

Date inactive: 5/10/2017

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Sea Gull Century/ Foundation GA Any 1/31/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Salisbury University Foundation

Contact: Amy Waters

Email: ahwaters@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Sea Gull Century/ Foundation GA

Job Description:
Planning, organizing, and implementing Sea Gull Century (SGC), a bike ride that consists of three routes and over 6,000 riders starting and ending at Salisbury University. Tasks may include: Responsible for the registration of all riders, organizing over 500 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, and other various tasks. Involvement in a variety of Foundation events including, Golf Classic, President's Club, Ribbon Cutting/Ground Breaking, Scholarship lunch, etc. Desirable qualities include: hard-working, punctual, takes initiative, dependable, self-motivated, flexible work hours, clear and concise verbal and written communication skills, and solid organizational skills. **Note: Required to work summer 2017. Start date May 30th with a 2 year commitment.

Location: SU Foundation Center, 1308 Camden Avenue

Hours: 20

How To Apply: Submit resume with two references and cover letter reflecting why interested addressed to: Amy Waters, Director of Donor Relations and Events, 1308 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801

Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 3/29/2017

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Graduate Assistant for Supplemental Instruction (2 positions available) Any 1/31/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Center for Student Achievement

Contact: Heather Porter

Email: hdporter@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistant for Supplemental Instruction (2 positions available)

Job Description:
The GA for Supplemental Instructionâ?Ts primary responsibilities are to assist with the development and implementation of all functions relating to the management of the SI program and supervision of over 70 undergraduate SI leaders. This assistantship also provides experiences to learn about other Center for Student Achievement initiatives such as academic coaching, tutoring, study skill workshops, and working with students who are experiencing academic difficulty. The position requires 20 hours of work/week, including some evenings and occasional weekends. This position reports to the Assistant Director of the Center for Student Achievement.

Salary: $4000 stipend per semester and a tuition waiver for 9 credit hours per semester

Location: Guerrieri Academic Commons 270, Center for Student Achievement

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to Ms. Heather Porter, hdporter@salisbury.edu), by April 1, 2017. Candidates must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply.

Majors Required: All majors are welcome to apply; preference for Education majors



Date inactive: 4/15/2017

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Graduate Assistant for Student Conduct Office Any 1/27/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Student Affairs/Student Conduct

Contact: Marie Bradford

Email: mbbradford@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistant for Student Conduct Office

Job Description:
To begin August 2017. Graduate Assistant for Student Conduct Office of Student Affairs Salisbury University 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. Classification/Hours: 20 hours per week between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.; most hours are flexible Benefits: The Graduate Assistant will receive tuition waiver and graduate stipend depending on annual tuition costs. Immediate Supervisor and Colleagues: Reports to the Assistant Dean of Students and works with all members of the Office of Student Affairs. Selection Criteria: The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to work well with others, possess excellent written and oral communication skills and have an interest in working with students. Candidate must be flexible and willing to work some evening and weekend hours. Prior experience with judicial and honor code is a preferred. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume, addressed to: Valerie Randall-Lee, Dean of Students Deliver to: Marie Bradford, Office of Student Affairs/Student Conduct Guerrieri University Center, Room 213 Position will remain open until a successful candidate has been hired.

Location: Guerrieri Center, Room 213

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume addressed to: Valerie Randall-Lee, Dean of Students Deliver to: Marie Bradford, Program Management Specialist Guerrieri Center, Room 213 or by e-mail at: mbbradford@salisbury.edu

Majors Required: All majors considered





Date inactive: 5/20/2017

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Graduate Assistant - Intramural Sports/Clubs Any 1/26/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Campus Recreation

Contact: Wayne Gorrow

Email: wdgorrow@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistant - Intramural Sports/Clubs

Job Description:
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: 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 weekends will be required. Other duties as assigned.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: Experience with Intramurals, Sport Clubs or Campus Recreation program administration. Organizational and time management skills, with an ability to manage multiple tasks at a high level in a fast paced environment. Proficiency in web-based administration, (imleagues) registration and scheduling programs. Ability to resolve conflicts within a diverse student community. CPR/AED/First Aid certifications. National Intramural Recreational Sports Association Membership. Excellent verbal/written communication skills.

APPOINTMENT: 9-month assistantship beginning on August 14, 2017. Screening will begin on February 15, until position is filled.

Salary: $8,000 plus tuition waiver

Location: Maggs

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 .

Salisbury University stands as a nationally accredited four-year multipurpose liberal arts university offering 41 distinct undergraduate and 11 graduate programs in a friendly atmosphere that encourages close relationships between faculty and students. The campus is located on U.S. Route 13 at the southern edge of Salisbury, which has a metropolitan population of 70,000 and lies 32 miles west of Ocean City, Maryland, 115 miles southeast of Baltimore and Washington, 125 miles south of Philadelphia and 125 miles north of Norfolk, Virginia.

Date inactive: 5/5/2017

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GA Tutoring Any 1/20/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Center for Student Achievement

Contact: Heather Holmes

Email: hwholmes@salisbury.edu

Job Title: GA Tutoring

Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant for Tutoring primary job duties are hire, train, and supervise tutors and support the expansion of the tutoring program, maintain CRLA (College Reading & Learning Association) certification, collect data on student tutoring usage, analyze trends and feedback, assist with marketing efforts with students, families and faculty including RA floor meetings, open houses, orientation, admitted students day, and provide academic support (coaching & advising) to walk-ins and/or students with appointments. Other committees and duties assigned as needed. This position reports to the Director of the CSA.

Salary: $4000 stipend per semester and a tuition waiver for 9 credit hours per semester

Location: Academic Commons

Hours Per Week: 20 hours per week

How To Apply:
Forward a cover letter and resume to Dr. Heather Holmes, Center for Student Achievement, Guerrieri Academic Commons, 270 by April 1. Candidates must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply.

Majors Required: All majors accepted, preference to Education majors.

Date inactive: 4/3/2017

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Graduate Assistant for SU Bridges Any 1/20/2017 [-]

Employing Department: Center for Student Achievement

Contact: Heather Holmes

Email: hwholmes@salisbury.edu

Job Title: Graduate Assistant for SU Bridges

Job Description:
The primary job duties include become knowledgeable about all CSA and SU Bridges services including but not limited to tutoring, mentoring, academic coaching, advising, and study strategies. Facilitate freshman year experience/transition to college course for SU Bridges students. Provide bi-weekly academic coaching meetings with each student in the program. Serve as the liaison between Wor-Wic and SU to identify necessary resources for enrolled students. Work with the CSA staff to provide academic support services and collect data on SU Bridges services and activities. This position reports to the Director of the Center for Student Achievement.

Salary: A $4000 per semester stipend and a tuition waiver of 9 credit hours per semester.

Location: The Center for Student Achievement, Guerrieri Academic Commons, 270.

Hours Per Week: 20 hours per week, may include evenings and weekends

How To Apply:
Forward a cover letter and resume to Dr. Heather Holmes, Center for Student Achievement, GAC 270 by April 1. Candidates must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply.

Majors Required: All accepted, Education majors preferred.

Date inactive: 4/3/2017

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GA for Orientation, Welcome Week and Recognition Any 12/20/2016 [-]

Employing Department: The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (Formally The Office of Student Activities, Organizations and Leadership)

Contact: Susie West

Email: srwest@salisbury.edu

Job Title: GA for Orientation, Welcome Week and Recognition

Job Description:
To begin Fall 2017. Teaching Graduate Assistant for Orientation, Welcome Week and Recognition The Graduate Assistant for Orientation, Welcome Week and Recognition will be able to build and enhance personal and professional skills by participating and/or being responsible for the following: 1. Research national and industry standards of leadership development and learning outcomes for implementation in the leadership program. 2. Collect data for benchmarking activities. 3. Research similar institutions to ensure Salisbury University is most current in our Orientation activities. 4. Assist the coordinator of student life with the implementation of new student orientation. 5. Assist in all aspects of the hiring and training of Orientation Leaders and Orientation Coordinators. 6. Research and implement innovative activities the transfer component of the new student orientation 102 program. 7. Assist with planning and implementation any extended orientation programs 8. Create and lead a Welcome Week Committee to plan activities for fall and spring semester. 9. Coordinate the Sea Gull Who Soars campaign under the direction of the Coordinator of Student Life. 10. Research national and industry standards for wellness programs learning outcomes for implementation of a comprehensive wellness program. 11. Assist in daily operation of OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center 12. Assist other OSAOL grads with the coordination of the Celebration of University Leadership ceremony. 13. Attend and supervise any event that requires risk management including, but not limited to, SOAP's Spring Concert, RSO Dances, RSO shows, and SGA's Big Event 14. Support OSAOL staff with Preview, Open Houses, Orientation and Welcome Week events including, but not limited to, Survival of Arrival and Activities Fair 15. Perform other duties assigned. This graduate assistantship offers a stipend of $4000 per semester payable in bi-weekly installments and a tuition waiver of up to 18 credit hours per fiscal year (July 1-June 30). The GA position in the Office of Student Activities is a 20 hour per week commitment which includes nights and weekends. You must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Susie West, srwest@salisbury.edu , by April 3, 2017. 
 
Salary: $4,000 stipend/semester

Location: GC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send resume, cover letter, and three references to Susie West at srwest@salisbury.edu by April 3, 2017. 
 
Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 4/7/2017

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GA for Operations and Involvement Any 12/20/2016 [-]

Employing Department: The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (Formally The Office of Student Activities, Organizations and Leadership)

Contact: Susie West

Email: srwest@salisbury.edu

Job Title: GA for Operations and Involvement

Job Description:
To begin Fall 2017. Teaching Graduate Assistant for Involvement and Operations Job Description The 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: 1. Educate Clubs and Organizations on how to have successful event planning from start to finish 2. Plan and facilitate Mandatory Meeting for recognized student organizations at the beginning of each semester, or at the discretion of the Coordinator of Student Life. 3. Plan and facilitate the Student Activities Fair each semester, and Admitted Student's Day Activities Fair in the spring. 4. Organize and attend Tuesday Meetings between student groups, Event Services, Facilities Reservations, Guerrieri University Center, and any other necessary departments 5. Support OSAOL staff with Preview, Orientation and Welcome Week events including, but not limited to, Survival of Arrival and Activities Fair 6. Assist the Coordinator of Student Life with maintaining the Event Management System (EMS) and sustaining an organizational system for events in EMS 7. Meet with student groups, as needed, to support them with time management and details of their upcoming events 8. Stay current with respect to recognized student organizations along with the SGA Executive VP and the Appropriations Board members 9. Assist the Coordinator of Student Life with keeping the OSAOL website information current and calendar up to date with events. 10. Attend and supervise any event that requires risk management including, but not limited to, SOAP's Spring Concert, RSO Dances, RSO shows, and SGA's Big Event 11. Assist other OSAOL grads with the coordination of the Celebration of University Leadership ceremony. 12. Continuously seek to improve upon active policies and procedures of the OSAOL 13. All other duties as assigned This graduate assistantship offers a stipend of $4000 per semester payable in bi-weekly installments and a tuition waiver of up to 18 credit hours per fiscal year (July 1-June 30). The GA position in the Office of Student Activities is a 20 hour per week commitment which includes nights and weekends. You must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Susie West, srwest@salisbury.edu , by April 3, 2017.
 
Salary: $4,000 stipend/semester

Location: Student Activities/ GC125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send resume, cover letter, and three references to Susie West at srwest@salisbury.edu by April 3, 2017.

Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 4/7/2017

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GA for Fraternity and Sorority Life Any 12/20/2016 [-]

Employing Department: The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (Formally The Office of Student Activities, Organizations and Leadership)

Contact: Susie West

Email: srwest@salisbury.edu

Job Title: GA for Fraternity and Sorority Life

Job Description:
To begin Fall 2017. Teaching Graduate Assistantship for Fraternity and Sorority Life Job Description The Graduate Assistant for Fraternity and Sorority Life will be able to build and enhance personal and professional skills by participating and/or being responsible for the following: 1. Gather event information from each chapter for the compilation and creation of an All-Greek calendar. 2. Gather and record data for end of year reporting. 3. Gather information for the monthly Greek Newsletter 4. Advise programming board 5. Advise Order of Omega 6. Review the Salisbury University Greek Assessment Program for each chapter 7. Develop a plan to expand anti-hazing efforts for the entire Greek community. 8. Support Pan-Hellenic Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council in their programming efforts. 9. Support training for councils and executive members of chapters. 10. Work with alumni partners to maintain connections with their respective chapters. 11. Collect data for benchmarking activities. 12. Research similar institutions to ensure Salisbury University is most current in our Greek activities. 13. Keep Greek organizations records, database, and website updated and accurate. (Does this includes the website) 14. Assist in daily operation of OSAOL and Scarborough Leadership Center. 15. Research national and industry standards of leadership development and expenditures for disclosure to Greek organizations and OSAOL as necessary. 16. Research new, interesting, and creative leadership and programming opportunities for SU Greeks and assist with development and implementation of these opportunities. 17. Assist in the hiring and training of Orientation Leaders and Orientation Coordinators. 18. Assist the coordinator of student life with the implementation of new student orientation. 19. Attend and supervise any event that requires risk management including, but not limited to, SOAP's Spring Concert, RSO Dances, RSO shows, and SGA's Big Event 20. Support OSAOL staff with Preview, Orientation and Welcome Week events including, but not limited to, Survival of Arrival and Activities Fair 21. Perform other duties assigned. This graduate assistantship offers a stipend of $4000 per semester payable in bi-weekly installments and a tuition waiver of up to 18 credit hours per fiscal year (July 1-June 30). The GA position in the Office of Student Activities is a 20 hour per week commitment which includes nights and weekends. You must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Susie West, at srwest@salisbury.edu , by April 3, 2017. 
 
Salary: $4,000 stipend/semester.

Location: Student Activities/GC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please send resume, cover letter, and three references to Susie West at srwest@salisbury.edu by April 3, 2017.
 
Majors Required: All majors, Higher Ed preferred.

Date inactive: 4/7/2017

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GA for Student Organization for Activities Programming (SOAP) Any 12/20/2016 [-]

Employing Department: The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (Formally The Office of Student Activities, Organizations and Leadership)

Contact: Susie West

Email: srwest@salisbury.edu

Job Title: GA for Student Organization for Activities Programming (SOAP) 

Job Description:
To begin Fall 2017. Teaching Graduate Assistant for the Student Organization for Activities Programming (SOAP). The Graduate Assistant for Student Organization for Activities Programming will be able to build and enhance personal and professional skills by participating and/or being responsible for the following: 1. Develop and provide leadership for the expansion of programmatic initiatives related to Student Activities programing, including but not limited to: Student Organization foe Activity Planning (SOAP), Orientation, and co-sponsorship of campus-wide events with other departments and student groups 2. Provide guidance on program planning, implementation and event promotion 3. Attend SOAP meetings weekly 4. Meet biweekly with individual SOAP board members one-on-one to support them with time management and details of their upcoming events 5. Follow through on each event to be certain all details have been attended to by SOAP members (contracts, room reservations, riders, etc). 6. Attend and supervise any event that requires risk management including, but not limited to, SOAP's Spring Concert, RSO Dances, RSO shows, and SGA's Big Event 7. Support OSAOL staff with Preview, Orientation and Welcome Week events including, but not limited to, Survival of Arrival and Activities Fair 8. Assist other OSAOL grads with the coordination of the Celebration of University Leadership ceremony. 9. Continuously seek to approve upon active policies and procedures of the OSAOL 10. All other duties as assigned This graduate assistantship offers a stipend of $4000 per semester payable in bi-weekly installments and a tuition waiver of up to 18 credit hours per fiscal year (July 1-June 30). The GA position in the office of Student Activities is a 20 hour per week commitment which includes nights and weekends. You must be accepted into a graduate program at Salisbury University to apply. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Susie West at srwest@salisbury.edu by April 3, 2017. 
 
Salary: $4,000 stipend

Location: Student Activities/GC 125

Hours Per Week: 20

How To Apply: Please submit cover letter, resume, and three references to Susie West (srwest@salisbury.edu) by April 3, 2017.
 
Majors Required: All

Date inactive: 4/7/2017

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