Graduate Assistant

job - full time, paid

University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH
Closed
Posted 38 Days ago
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH
job - full time, paid
Posted 38 Days ago
Closed

Description

Job Type : Permanent Job Location : Cincinnati (45201) - Ohio, United States Job Salary : Competitive Main Industry : Education & Training Other Industries and Skills : Human Resources, Information Technology Advertiser : University Of Cincinnati Posted On : 12 July 2019 11/08/2019 Job Description : CET&L Graduate Assistant Position The University of Cincinnati's Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning (CET&L) invites applications for a Graduate Assistant to join a thriving and engaged team of scholars and professionals supporting excellence in faculty development at one of the nation's top 25 public-research universities The Graduate Assistant (GA) for CET&L must be dependable, responsible, personable and available to their CET&L supervisor, the Center's professional staff, and collaborative partners The candidate will serve in a supporting role to current teaching and learning initiatives, this includes arranging and managing workshops and events, have in-depth knowledge of data collection and assessment, and be able to perform administrative assignments Expectations and Responsibilities -Support projects, programming, and events by managing registration, communication, and assessments -Communicate with CET&L staff, participants, facilitators, and administrators regarding CET&L's mission and offerings -Collect data on CET&L events, maintain the database, and generate reports as needed -Update web content using Adobe Experience Manager (training is provided, but prior experience is preferred) -Manage the administration of special events such as conferences, speakers, and workshops -20 hours/week of work, flexible hours depending on academic schedule -Be familiar with, abide by, and promote applicable university rules, Student Code of Conduct, and other CET&L guidelines -Liaison to Center's Graduate Association for Teaching Enhancement (GATE) program -Assist with the facilitation, coordination, management, and development of programming and meetings -Perform administrative duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications -Must be registered for at least twelve graduate credit hours each quarter of the academic year Must meet eligibility criteria published by graduate programs that make awards and appointments -Be a matriculating graduate student at the University of Cincinnati fall semester 2019 and spring semester 2020 -Strong working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite with a special focus on Microsoft Excel and (prior experience with online survey tools such as Survey Monkey is preferred) -Strong writing and communication skills -Attentive to details particularly in data entry and maintaining databases -Ability to work independently as well as in a collaborative environment -Familiar with online social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram -Demonstrate initiative and independent problem solving skills Please submit Cover Letter The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran / Disabled REQ: 38308 SF:OMJ SF:VA

Skills

research, teaching, social media, data collection, education, microsoft office, microsoft excel, training, event management, facebook, writing, communication, programming, data entry, databases

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