Graduate Assistant - Title IX
The Title IX Office is seeking an organized, creative and self-motivated individual to help develop, coordinate, implement, and evaluate education and primary prevention programming materials and events that address education and prevention of gender based discrimination, interpersonal violence, stalking, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and pregnancy.
The Graduate Assistant will work closely with students, the campus community, and the public in order to develop educational opportunities relating to gender-based discrimination, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and pregnancy.
The Graduate Assistant will disseminate competent and culturally relevant information pertaining to student organizations, faculty, staff, and the community through all communication mediums.
Position requires an individual with attention to detail, strong communication skills and computer skills. Individual must be proficient in all Microsoft programs, all social media platforms and have ability to multi-task and work independently or within a group; and to complete tasks with little supervision and manage time effectively. Individual should display professionalism in all work duties and possess excellent customer service skills.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
•Assist in developing primary prevention materials and programming for students, faculty, and staff;
•Develop and coordinate training for students, faculty, and staff;
•Provide programming for students and student organizations (possibly outside of the normal 8am to 5pm work hours);
•Assist with logistics of all aspects of programming events;
•Create and manage the Title IX Office social media pages;
•Create and assist with web pages for the Title IX Office;
•Help with event promotions, planning and execution of events for the Title IX Office.
• Position requires an individual with attention to detail, strong communication skills and computer skills
• Individual must be proficient in all Microsoft programs, all social media platforms and have ability to multi-task and work independently or within a group; and to complete tasks with little supervision and manage time effectively
• Individual should display professionalism in all work duties and possess excellent customer service skills
Approximately 20 hours per week – arranged with supervisor
Some nights and weekends required
Candidates must be accepted into a Maryville University graduate program in Strategic Communication to be considered for the Graduate Assistant position in Title IX. Selected candidate must be a student in good standing in the academic program and at the University, and complete assignments in a conscientious, timely, professional manner. Compensation includes stipend and graduate tuition waiver for up to 6 credits/years (total package approximately $7,284).Quicklinkhttp://jobs.maryville.edu/postings/2461Supplemental Questions
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- * How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
- Maryville website
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- St. Louis Post-Dispatch
- INSIGHT Into Diversity
- Inside Higher Ed
- Diversity Awareness Partnership
- Personal referral
- * Have you been admitted to a Maryville University graduate program?
- * Have you applied for admission to a Maryville University graduate program?
- * If you have not been admitted or applied to a graduate program, do you intend to apply for admission to a graduate program at Maryville University? If you have been admitted or have applied, please answer yes to this question.
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