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Graduate Assistantships and Employment

New Job Posting Template (for Schools/Departments who want to post a graduate position)

A limited number of graduate job opportunities are assigned by individual schools and departments on a competitive basis. Full-time students will assist with faculty research, tutoring and administrative tasks. Graduate assistants may receive a stipend (that varies from program to program) and often a partial or full tuition scholarship.  Please be advised that University policy does not permit us to hire a student who may already be employed in any other capacity at the University.

Grad students who qualify may apply for federal work-study positions on campus, or take on part-time, off-campus employment opportunities in Pittsburgh.

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Please check back often for new postings.

Position Title:  Writing Consultant for the Online Writing Center

Start Date: Fall 2015

Dept/School:  University Writing Center

Type of Position:  Hourly Only

Job Requirements:  Writing consultants meet one on one with students to help them with writing from all stages of their writing processes. Writing consultants provide advice and suggestions for a range of writing tasks and concerns, from developing thesis statements to citing and integrating sources. The Center offers a teaching, not a proofreading service. Our goal is to teach writers how to improve.

The online consultant will work 8 hours per week, helping students virtually via GoToMeeting. Knowledge of GoToMeeting is beneficial but not required to apply. If necessary, the online consultant will be paid to complete training through EdTech. In addition to tutoring, one hour every other week will be spent at professional development meetings that provide ongoing training. The position currently pays $15/hour. See http://www.duq.edu/academics/resources-and-technology/writing-center/online-writing-center for more information on the Online Writing Center (please note the description provided still discusses Blackboard Collaborate, the technology currently used for online sessions; the university will no longer subscribe to this software as of August).

Contact Person: Dr. Jim Purdy

Contact Phone:  412-396-1293

Contact Email:   purdyj@duq.edu

Additional information, if any: Tutoring hours are based on the consultant's availability and the Writing Center's coverage needs. Evening hours are desirable. All applicants are asked to complete an application form and submit a résumé/cv and academic research-based writing sample. Please see http://www.duq.edu/academics/resources-and-technology/writing-center/apply-for-a-position for more information and application forms.

Applications are being accepted immediately and will be processed as they are received.

 

Position Title:  Graduate Assistant                                          Start Date:  August 24, 2015

Dept/School:  Biomedical Engineering Program / 307 Libermann Hall

Type of Position:  Hourly Only

Job Requirements:  Assistance in developing the Biomedical Engineering Program, establishing web presence, developing new educational activities for BME undergraduate program.  Creating and updating Power Point slides on office monitor; update and monitor BME Facebook; provides support to Budget Manager/Academic Advisor, which includes copying, answering phones, creating packets for BME; deliveries to other departments; assists with BME events when needed; assists the BME Director, faculty and students as needed; other duties as assigned. This position will work a Monday through Friday schedule.  Graduate Assistant reports to Budget Manager.

Contact Person:  Mary Jo Babinsack                                      
Contact Phone:  412-396-2662
Contact Email:  babinsack@duq.edu

Additional Information, if any:  Position is 20 hours a week for 16 weeks for fall semester 2015 and 16 weeks for spring semester 2016 at $20.00 per hour.  Resumes should be sent to Mary Jo Babinsack at babinsack@duq.edu or 307 Libermann Hall.