Research/Clerical Assistant Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (part-time, open until filled)

The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics has an opening for a part-time hourly Research/Clerical Assistant position for up to ten hours a week, starting immediately and continuing through May 2014.

Department

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

Title

Research/Clerical Assistant

Pay: $10.00/hr

Hours: Up to 10 hours a week.

Start Date: Immediate

Duties

Assist with the day-to-day tasks related to the Association’s membership and the APPE Annual Meeting planning and organization.  Duties include entering data in Excel and Access; preparing and proofreading materials for Annual Meeting publications; updating the APPE website; photocopying and filing of information.  The selected candidate will also assist the Executive Director with ethics research projects and grant writing.  Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

The applicant must have:

  • Organizational and data entry skills.
  • Proven experience and knowledge of Microsoft Access, Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Proficiency in the English language and writing skills.
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Capacity to work in a team environment.
  • College degree or some college, preferred.
  • Familiarity of Dreamweaver, html and Photoshop, helpful.

Application Procedure

To apply, send resume and cover letter to appe@indiana.edu.

(FILLED) GA AMID

This and subsequently posted AMID GAs are 20 hours/week and will be open until filled.

Applicants MUST be enrolled in a degree program in the College of Arts and Sciences (COAS)

The Graduate Assistance ship includes compensation: 10-month stipend (Aug 1 – May 31) of $15,750 plus a 12 credit hour tuition remission for each semester, and student health insurance. The stipend will be prorated to reflect the start date of the appointment.

Graduate Assistant for the Department of AMID (Apparel Merchandising & Interior Design)

This graduate assistant position will support the Department of Apparel Merchandising & Interior Design (AMID).

Duties of this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Managing the Social Media for the Department – includes: Facebook, Twitter, and department Web presence. Will include taking photos and short videos of classroom and department activities, and creating marketing and promotional materials for the department.
  • Design and preparation of departmental newsletter
  • Experience in figure drawing, painting, and color for assisting in classroom setting
  • Performance of various Departmental duties as needed, including (but not limited to) photocopying, handling confidential materials, sorting/retrieving mail, answering phones, basic office reception services, and taking departmental notes

Applicants should submit a cover letter and C.V. to:

Naomi Cohenour – Fiscal Officer and Department Manager @ ncohenou@indiana.edu

(FILLED) IU Center for Art and Design GA

This and subsequently posted AMID GAs are 20 hours/week and will be open until filled.

Applicants MUST be enrolled in a degree program in the College of Arts and Sciences (COAS)

The Graduate Assistance ship includes compensation: 10-month stipend (Aug 1 – May 31) of $15,750 plus a 12 credit hour tuition remission for each semester, and student health insurance. The stipend will be prorated to reflect the start date of the appointment.

The IU Center for Art and Design GA will work with Kelly Wilson and Kevin Lair and should have the following skills:

1.            Web design skills.  Preference for programming skills including Dreamweaver and HTML coding.  Secondary priority for experience in word press and blogging.

2.            Mobile application design.

3.            Experience audio and visual skills including sound editing, video editing (Premiere preferred), and audio system design.

4.            Writing and research skills including editing and literary searches (searching, bibliography compilation, citation).

5.            Fabrication skills using basic woodshop, welding and rapid prototyping (including 3d design in rhino and poser)

6.            Code writing to assist on the research project on next generation guide books to design

For more information and to apply, please contact: Naomi Cohenour ncohenou@indiana.edu)

Memorial Hall East, 239, 812.855.4184

(FILLED) GA in Apparel Merchandising

This and subsequently posted AMID GAs are 20 hours/week and will be open until filled.

Applicants MUST be enrolled in a degree program in the College of Arts and Sciences (COAS)

The Graduate Assistance ship includes compensation: 10-month stipend (Aug 1 – May 31) of $15,750 plus a 12 credit hour tuition remission for each semester, and student health insurance. The stipend will be prorated to reflect the start date of the appointment.

 

The Apparel Merchandising GA will work with Sharron Lennon to:

1. Code journal articles for content analysis

2. Develop a website using Google Sites

3. Post grades on Oncourse

4. Grade quizzes and exams

5. Assist in data analysis (knowledge of factor analysis—CFA and SEM would be useful)

6. Develop surveys in Qualtrics

For more information and to apply, please contact: Naomi Cohenour ncohenou@indiana.edu)

Memorial Hall East, 239, 812.855.4184

(FILLED) Interior Design GA Positions Apparel Merchandising & Interior Design

This and subsequently posted AMID GAs are 20 hours/week and will be open until filled.

Applicants MUST be enrolled in a degree program in the College of Arts and Sciences (COAS)

The Graduate Assistantship includes compensation: 10-month stipend (Aug 1 – May 31) of $15,750 plus a 12 credit hour tuition remission for each semester, and student health insurance. The stipend will be prorated to reflect the start date of the appointment.

 

The Interior Design GA will work with Tom Mitchell and Kennon Smith to:

1. Conduct / assist with Literature Reviews (searching, bibliography compilation, citation)

2. Edit manuscript drafts / written content

3. Help in securing copyright permissions

4. Assist with basic web design / image manipulation (e.g. Blogger)

It would be helpful to have a Liberal Arts or Humanities background (including English, Creative Writing, etc.)

For more information and to apply, please contact: Naomi Cohenour ncohenou@indiana.edu)

Memorial Hall East, 239, 812.855.4184

Graduate Assistant for the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology

 

Graduate Assistant for the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology 

This graduate assistant position will support the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT), an organization that supports faculty, staff, and student women in technology on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. The organization is made up of core support personnel, a Director, a Program Manager, a volunteer Faculty Alliance, a volunteer Staff Alliance, and a volunteer Student Alliance. The organization reports to the Office of the Provost and receives guidance from the CEWiT Advisory Council. The CEWiT graduate assistant will report to the Program Manager and work closely with the Director and faculty, staff, and student alliances.

Duties of this position include, but are not limited to:

 Creates and researches content for the CEWiT website and social media channels, including relevant news and resources for faculty, staff, and student women in technology, and works closely with student interns responsible for managing the center’s social media presence

 Assists with recruiting and marketing for CEWiT and creating marketing and promotional materials for the center

 Supports CEWiT staff and volunteers in the planning of events and programs for CEWiT and the faculty, staff, and student affiliate groups

 Assists with the coordination of the CEWiT Aspirations in Computing awards competition process and works closely with student scholarship winners who will serve as ambassadors for the center

 Represents CEWiT at campus events and programs in order to share information about the center to prospective affiliates

 

Remuneration includes a $13,525 stipend for 10 months, tuition remission, and health insurance. This position is 50% FTE and is listed as a 20 hour per week commitment. This position will require occasional evening and weekend hours.

Qualifications: Must be a current graduate student at IU Bloomington. Strong oral and written communication skills, strong analytical skills, demonstrated evidence of initiative and the ability to plan and execute programs and events. Graphic design skills preferred. Resume and cover letter required.

Applications are being accepted immediately until the position is filled. Please submit all application materials and direct any questions to Julianne Martin, Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President, at juljumar@indiana.edu or 812-855-3565.

1 December CIBER Consortium for Business Language Research and Teaching (BLRT)

Dear Business Language Professional,

In order to provide incentives for language faculty to teach and do research in a business context, a consortium of Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBERs) will award grants to three language professionals at U.S. colleges or universities.


One grant of $3,000 will be awarded to a project in a critical or less commonly taught foreign language and two awards of $2,500 will be awarded to research or teaching projects in other foreign languages.


The grants are made possible through the 
CIBER Consortium for Business Language Research and Teaching (BLRT). Organized by the University of Illinois CIBER, the consortium also includes CIBERs at Indiana University, University of Florida, University of Hawaii, University of North Carolina, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, and the University of South Carolina. These eight CIBERs have pledged a portion of their Title VI CIBER grant funding to establish the BLRT Awards, in order to encourage faculty, lecturers and graduate students in foreign language departments to add a business-language dimension to their research and teaching.

Winners of the 2014 BLRT awards will be announced at the CIBER Business Foreign Language Conference to be hosted by the Brigham Young University CIBER in Park City, Utah on April 24-26, 2014.


All BLRT applicants are encouraged to register for the conference. 2014 BLRT winners will present their research findings at the 2015 CIBER Business Foreign Language Conference (location to be determined).

Note: Doctoral students must submit a letter of support from their advisor along with the online application.

See more at: 
http://go.ciber.illinois.edu/BLRT

Apply online at: 
https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/1842700

Apply online August 1, 2013 – December 1, 2013.

Please contact me if you have any questions about the BLRT competition,


Lynnea Johnson

Associate Director

Illinois CIBER

lsjohnso@illinois.edu
217.333.8335