The Islamic Studies Program has an opening for one graduate assistant during the 2011-2012 academic year. The position includes fee remission and a stipend, and requires 20 hours of work per week.
The Islamic Studies Program is seeking a graduate student with academic interest in Islam and Islamic Studies. Knowledge of a language central to the study of Islam is preferred. We especially encourage Indiana residents to apply. The position requires someone who is flexible to the changing needs and demands of the Program.
This person should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be willing to perform a wide range of tasks as the need arises. The assistant will be required to assist the Program Coordinator and Program Director as directed. The assistant should be proficient in a Microsoft operating environment Responsibilities may include updating and maintaining the Program’s website, advertising program events, attending program events, and providing office support (including but not limited to answering general program questions through email, photocopying, and scanning).