Graduate Assistant (Research), Special Education
Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Job_Type: Graduate Assistant
Location: Main Campus
Division: Graduate Employment
The Research Graduate Assistant performs research as a majority of their service. Working closely with one or more faculty members, assist with scholarly activities or research. Potentially includes all phases of research from design through literature review, data collection, analysis, writing, and preparation/presentation of findings.
The Research Graduate Assistant receives a stipend and a tax-exempt tuition waiver.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Provide support to the Department of Special Education & Communications Sciences and Disorders. Respond to request for data from faculty & staff and prepare reports; develop & maintain databases; special projects as assigned.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Admission into a Graduate Program in the Department of Special Education & Communications Sciences and Disorders. Excellent oral and written English Language Communication skills. Capacity to work without supervision.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 2 years of eligibility as a graduate assistant, skilled in library research, experience using MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Google Word, Docs. Ability to work in a busy environment. Ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks.
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Include with your resume two (2) reference with email and phone as well as a personal statement on how the position will benefit you and how you will benefit the department.
For a full-time GA appointment, the University provides a tuition scholarship for up to 18 credit hours in each academic year (September 1 to August 31) of the assistantship.
For graduate assistants who are appointed to part-time positions and for GAs who begin employment after the start of the semester, the number of credit hours covered by the award will be prorated.
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Do you have admission into a Graduate Program in the Department of Special Education & Communications Sciences and Disorders?
Do you have excellent oral and written English Language Communication skills?
Do you have the capacity to work without supervision?
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