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Graduate Assistant for Leadership Programs

  • Assist in coordination of leadership development programs (80%)
    • Assist in the development of an integrated leadership program
    • Assist in the coordination of other leadership initiatives, including the implementation of a leadership lecture series
    • Coordinate marketing and recruitment activities for leadership programs
    • Assess outcomes of the leadership programs
    • Develop a marketing plan to promote all leadership development resources and opportunities provided through Student Activities
  •  Assist in the coordination of Leadership Academy (10%)
    • Assist in the development of policy and procedures
    • Assist in the coordination of a campus-wide tracking system
  • Personal and professional development, including: (10%)
    • Assist in budget development and presentation process for related programs
    • Develop and present workshops on related topics
    • Participate in professional development opportunities
    • Participate as active member of Student Activities and Memorial Union teams
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications: Graduate Assistant must be admitted to a graduate program at NDSU and maintain a minimum of 6 credit hours and a 3.0 grade point average for duration of appointment. Other qualifications: 1) bachelor’s degree; 2) strong oral, written, and communication skills; 3) a high degree of initiative and the ability to carry out tasks to completion in a multi-tasking environment; and 4) the ability to work with a diverse group of people. 

Preferred Qualifications:  Demonstrated experience in event planning, program promotion, marketing, and workshop presentation is desired. 

Terms of Employment:  Employment requires an average of twenty hours per week with appointment for early August 2014 through May 2015.   

Compensation: $8400 and an NDSU tuition waiver 

For more information about Graduate Assistantships visit the following website: http://mu.ndsu.edu/employment/

Application Materials:  Cover letter, resume and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references.

Submit application materials to: Kim.Bruemmer@ndsu.edu Phone: 701.231.8242

Application review begins May 5, 2014

Graduate Assistant for Activities Programming

  • Campus Attractions - Student Advisement (60%)
    • Directly advise, train and mentor the Films, Issues and Ideas and MU Live Coordinators
    • Provide assistance, advice and monitor student committee functionalities
    • Schedule bi-monthly/weekly meetings with the Films, Issues and Ideas and MU Live coordinators
    • Negotiate contracts
    • Oversee marketing of programs, public relations, audience development, and design assessment instruments
    • Assist with advisement of Campus Attractions, the student programming board
    • Participate in Executive Committee meetings
    • Assist with coverage of CA events
    • Assist with selection and training of CA staff
    • Assist with development and maintenance of program budgets
    • Full attendance of CA retreats
    • Gather and Prepare Campus Attractions Annual Report
  • Campus Programming Advisement (30%)
    • Assist with collective annual Homecoming initiatives Oversee Club NDSU
    • Work with supervisor on Campus Live Programming Initiatives
    • Assist in CSO events
  • Personal and professional development, including: (10%)
    • Assist in budget development and presentation process for related programs
    • Develop and present workshops on related topics
    • Participate in professional development opportunities
    • Participate as active member of Student Activities and Memorial Union teams
    • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications: Graduate Assistant must be admitted to a graduate program at NDSU and maintain a minimum of 6 credit hours and a 3.0 grade point average for duration of appointment. Other qualifications: 1) bachelor’s degree; 2) strong oral, written, and communication skills; 3) a high degree of initiative and the ability to carry out tasks to completion in a multi-tasking environment; and 4) the ability to work with a diverse group of people. 

Preferred Qualifications:  Demonstrated experience in event planning, program promotion, marketing, and workshop presentation is desired. 

Terms of Employment:  Employment requires an average of twenty hours per week with appointment for early August 2014 through May 2015.   

Compensation: $8400 and an NDSU tuition waiver 

For more information about Graduate Assistantships visit the following website: http://mu.ndsu.edu/employment/

Application Materials:  Cover letter, resume and names, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references. 

Submit application materials to: Kim.Bruemmer@ndsu.edu  Phone: 701.231.8242 

Application review begins May 5, 2014.

Academics Services Graduate Assistant

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Kelli Layman at kelli.layman@ndsu.edu by April 18, 2014 (position open until filled).

 Job Description

Date of employment: August 15, 2014 - May 15, 2015. 

Stipend:  $4,500 per semester and a full tuition waiver. 

Supervision:  Will report to Associate Director Athletic Academics within the Office of Student Support Programs. 

Location:  Housed in Lower Level of West Dining Center, ACE 

Hours:  20 hours per week this will include some evening hours and weekends

Serving as a mentor to student-athletes and assist in carrying out athletic academic   enhancement programs – 80%

Duties may include:  Administer grade check processes; complete degree progress checks after registration; develop student athlete policy book/academic calendar; counsel and refer students experiencing academic difficulties; assist with academic orientation for new student-athletes; staff athletics promotional table at Discover NDSU events.

Assist in administering tutoring and other academic enhancement programs – 10%

Duties may include:  Assist in monitoring student behavior; complete weekly attendance reports; provide periodic on-site supervision of the ACE program; assist in training ACE staff; communicate student-athlete academic issues with coaches/athletic staff.

Assist in teaching a study skills course – 5%

Duties may include:  Team teach section of EDUC 123, Study Skills; coordinate study skills sessions as needed; coordinate outside speakers on academic success.

Other duties as assigned – 5%

Customer Service

Provide model customer service at all times to students, staff, faculty, and NDSU guests. 

Work Safely

Follow safety rules; help identify unsafe working conditions; stop co-workers who are working in an unsafe manner 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Admitted graduate student at NDSU in a degree program (cannot be a non-degree Masters student)
  • Demonstrated leadership ability
  • Demonstrated administrative ability
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education or related field
  • Experience in athletics

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NDSU Graduate School
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7033
Campus address:  106 Putnam Hall
Physical/delivery address:  NDSU Graduate School/106 Putnam Hall/1349 12th Avenue Northwest/Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address:  NDSU Dept. 2820/PO Box 6050/Fargo, ND 58108
Page manager: NDSU Graduate School

Last Updated: Monday, April 07, 2014 2:13:40 PM