(FILLED) SAA/ GA in Apparel Merchandising and 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) 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.)

Please submit a cover letter and CV to Lori McBride, Fiscal Officer for AMID mcbride@indiana.edu.

(FILLED) SAA/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) 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

Please submit a cover letter and CV to Lori McBride, Fiscal Officer for AMID mcbride@indiana.edu.

(FILLED) SAA/ GA AMID

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

Applicants MUST be emolled 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)  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:

Ill 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.

Ill Design and preparation of departmental newsletter

11!1  Experience in figure drawing, painting, and color for assisting in classroom setting

1!!11  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

Please submit letter and CV to Lori McBride, Fiscal Officer: mcbride@indiana.edu

SAA/GA IU Center for Art and Design

This and subsequently posted AMID GAs are 20 hours/week and 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) 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

Please submit letter and CV to Lori McBride, Fiscal Officer: mcbride@indiana.edu

(FILLED) SAA (GA) Position in Grad Grants Center (closing date 30 April)

We are looking for a new addition to the GGC staff.  We welcome applications from current GGC clients.  If you have questions before submitting materials, please email kbunch@indiana.edu.  Also feel free to contact Alex and Elizabeth for information about what the position entails.

THE PROPOSAL-WRITING CONSULTANT/TRAINER is one of two graduate assistants who work directly with fellow graduate students in the GradGrants Center, a graduate student service located in the Wells Library-BL, sponsored by The University Graduate School, and available to graduate students of all IU campuses.  The two consultants handle the day-to-day operation of the GradGrants Center and share training responsibilities (i.e., presenting or enlisting speakers for workshops, scheduling rooms, preparing visual aids).  Our consultants assist students in their search for external funding sources and are available to work one-on-one with graduate students in discussing and critiquing their grant proposals.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Required are successful proposal-writing experience, editing skills, teaching experience or experience in planning and presenting special-interest training programs, and the ability and personality to interact well with the public.  A one-year commitment to the position is required.  Prior Fulbright Awardees are highly preferred.

This position provides invaluable opportunity to learn of various funding sources and to improve one’s own proposal-writing skills.  The experience is extremely valuable to future faculty. The position is will be hourly for the summer and then starting in the Fall 2014 will have a .375% FTE (i.e., 15 hours per week) position and is eligible for student health insurance. The salary will be approximately $9900 for the academic year; and $2300 for the summer.  A fee remission is available. The person hired will work half or all of the summer as arranged with the Director.

Hourly-paid training is available prior to the start of Fall Semester 2014 with the graduate assistant appointment beginning the first day of fall classes.

The deadline for applications is April 30, 2014.

Please send a cover letter and vita to Kim Bunch, University Graduate School, Kirkwood Hall 114, 130 S. Woodlawn Ave., Bloomington, Indiana 47405-7104, kbunch@indiana.edu or fax 812-855-4266.

(FILLED) NELC GA Position (closes 20 May)

 

DEPARTMENT OF NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES GRADUATE ASSISTANT POSITION 

Job Description 

The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures is seeking a student with superior computer skills whose job description includes preparing/editing the Department’s annual lectures, Departmental newsletter, and sending out materials to our Alumni mailing list. The right candidate for this position must be willing to work as a team member.

• Excellent writing and editing skills are required

• Strong working knowledge of Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook and Microsoft Publisher

• Strong working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver

• Responsible for management of all matters connected with the two annual NELC lectures, including preparing programs and invitation, promoting the events, assisting with the receptions, maintaining our Alumni/Donor list

• Assistance in obtaining manuscripts of papers from lecturers, and editing and preparing for publication

• Design and preparation of NELC newsletter

• Assisting Departmental Chairperson, Departmental Coordinator and other administrative staff as directed/needed

• 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

• This position requires 20 hours per week

• Includes fee remission and stipend

 

Application Procedure 

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

Connie S. May / Departmental Coordinator

NELC GA Applications

Goodbody Hall Room 214

1011 East Third Street

Bloomington, Indiana 47405

OR: E-mail: csmay@indiana.edu

** NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE** 

Preference in hiring is given to graduate students in related area study and/or familiarity in a language of the area and publishing experience.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2014 

(FILLED) GA Position in the Office of Admission: Marketing (Closes 1 May)

Graduate Assistantship

Admissions Counselor Position, Marketing

2014-15 Academic Year

http://admit.indiana.edu

The Office of Admissions is a department under the Office of Enrollment Services and the front-facing department and portal to the

public for undergraduate recruitment for the Indiana University Bloomington campus. The Office of Admissions is responsible for

recruiting the freshman class each year, counseling prospective students and their families about the admissions procedure, providing

accurate information to the public about our recruiting requirements and standards and marketing Indiana University Bloomington.

Position Description:

Admissions Counselor; Develop, coordinate, implement, and participate in recruitment efforts and admissions-related initiatives that serve

to advance the undergraduate enrollment goals of the Indiana University Bloomington campus. Represent IUB at on-campus recruiting

events and off-site visit programs. Actively collaborate with campus partners. Coordinate and conduct daily information sessions and

campus tours for prospective students and their families; meet individually as needed. Assist the Admissions Marketing Team with the

implementation and management of all Admissions social media applications and ensure their integration with other communication

channels utilized by the office: website, print, and email. Assist with the development and implementation of marketing campaigns and

activities targeting prospective and admitted students that are designed to recruit and enroll each year’s incoming class.

Responsibilities:

a. Students will interact with prospective college students and their families through individual and group counseling

appointments/sessions, both on and off-campus.

i. Individual Student & Family Appointments/Counseling

ii. Group Presentations/Counseling/Workshops

iii. Individual Phone, Email, IM & Skype Counseling

iv. Special Group Presentations for visiting High Schools

v. High School Visits & College Fairs

b. Assist the Marketing Team with social media applications, website management, print and email communications.

i. Develop content for multiple social media platforms, write posts/tweets, and take photos; maintain weekly and monthly

content calendars; ensure social media activities are integrated with and promote office activities related to admission and

enrollment.

ii. Monitor Admissions social media and post and tweet on a daily basis (including weekends); answer questions from students and

parents within hours of their posting/tweeting.

iii. Assist with campaigns by developing and integrating all aspects of the social media component.

iv. Determine social media needs related to events and ensure these needs are met.

v. Monitor third party social media sites such as CollegeConfidential and respond as needed.

vi. Assist with other marketing and communications activities such as writing and developing emails, updating the website,

developing print pieces, etc.

c. Conduct research on best practices and trends within the field of admission and/or college counseling to be presented to admission

staff during staff meetings, retreats, and workshops.

Qualifications:

Must have completed a Bachelor’s degree and be currently enrolled in or received admission to an Indiana University Graduate Program on

the Bloomington campus. Student should be organized, responsible, and dependable and have the ability to work independently; possess

analytical problem solving and decision making skills; and be champion for IU and have a positive enthusiastic attitude toward their IU

experience.

Experience launching and utilizing social media applications such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram on a daily basis is required;

experience with other applications such as Vine, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc. is preferred. Strong writing and editing skills are required.

Photography and Photoshop experience preferred. Knowledge and proficiency of Dreamweaver and/or HTML programming preferred.

Compensation:

Standard GA stipend, up to 90% fee remission, and health insurance. All applicants are asked to apply for Federal Work-Study. Offers

contingent upon approval.

Number of Assistantships Available for Fall 2014: 1 – 10 month appointment

Contact Person: Krista Timney, Sr. Associate Director Marketing and Communications

Campus Address: 300 N. Jordan Ave, Bloomington Campus

E-mail: ktimney@indian.edu

Phone: 812.855.4575 •  Fax: 812.855.5102

(FILLED) GA Position in the Office of Admissions: Admissions Counselor (Closes 1 May)

Graduate Assistantship

Admissions Counselor Position

2014-15 Academic Year

http://admit.indiana.edu

The Office of Admissions is a department under the Office of Enrollment Services and the front-facing department and

portal to the public for undergraduate recruitment for the Indiana University Bloomington campus. The Office of Admissions

is responsible for recruiting the freshman class each year, counseling prospective students and their families about the

admissions procedure, providing accurate information to the public about our recruiting requirements and standards and

marketing Indiana University Bloomington.

Position Description:

Admissions Counselor: Develop, coordinate, implement, and participate in recruitment efforts and admissions-related

initiatives that serve to advance the undergraduate enrollment goals of the Indiana University Bloomington campus. Represent

IUB at on-campus recruiting events and off-site visit programs. Actively collaborate with campus partners. Coordinate and

conduct daily information sessions and campus tours for prospective students and their families; meet individually as needed.

Serve as an on-campus point of contact for prospective students, families, and counselors in support of the office’s regional

recruiters. Provide complex information on policies, procedures, exceptions, reasons for admission and denial of admission

according to policy and procedure set forth by the IUB Office of Admissions. Collect, monitor, and interpret data about

student enrollment indicators and make recommendations to senior leadership team.

Responsibilities:

a. Students will interact with prospective college students and their families through individual and group

counseling appointments/sessions, both on and off-campus.

i. Individual Student & Family Appointments/Counseling

ii. Group Presentations/Counseling/Workshops

iii. Individual Phone, Email, IM & Skype Counseling

iv. Special Group Presentations for visiting High Schools

v. High School Visits (Includes meetings with Students and School Counselors)

vi. College Fairs

b. Coordinate special projects within the Diversity Recruitment and Outreach team.

c. Conduct research on best practices and trends within the field of admission and/or college counseling to be

presented to admission staff during staff meetings, retreats, and workshops.

Qualifications:

Must have completed a Bachelor’s degree and be currently enrolled in or received admission to an Indiana University

Graduate Program on the Bloomington campus. Student should be organized, responsible, and dependable and have the

ability to work independently; possess analytical problem solving and decision making skills; and be champion for IU and have

a positive enthusiastic attitude toward their IU experience.

Compensation:

Standard GA stipend, up to 90% fee remission, and health insurance. All applicants are asked to apply for Federal Work-

Study. Offers contingent upon approval.

Number of Assistantships Available for Fall 2014: 1 – 10 month appointment

Contact Person: Larry Gonzalez, Sr. Associate Director, Diversity Recruitment

Campus Address: 300 N. Jordan Ave, Bloomington Campus

E-mail: lgonzale@indiana.edu

Phone: 812.855.0661

Fax: 812.855.5102