Department of Natural
This appointment is for one year (July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014
or through date of graduation, whichever date occurs first).
The Graduate Assistant will work a maximum of 20 hours per
week. It is the expectation that the Graduate Assistant will
be available during the fall, winter, spring and summer
semesters. The Graduate Assistant will follow the
staff/faculty calendar. This contract can and will be
terminated if the Graduate Assistant does not demonstrate knowledge
of the subject matter and is not cooperative in the course
Applicants must possess a Bachelor of Science degree in
Chemistry as well as exemplary and effective communication skills.
Applicants possessing a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology will
be considered provided supplemental information detailing their
strength in chemistry is included in the personal statement.
Applicants with prior undergraduate tutoring, supplemental
instruction or teaching experience are preferred.
Course Redesign Graduate Assistant duties include:
- Supervision of the computer laboratory. Supervision
includes informing the professor of the course of maintenance
issues, maintaining an academic environment, student check-in and
check-out, and ensuring the security of the hardware within the
- Provision of on-demand assistance to students enrolled in the
- Provision of one-on-one and group tutoring and oversight of
- Assistance with proctoring and grading examinations.
- Attending the class upon the request of the professor.
- Assistance with administrative tasks associated with the course
such as making copies.
- Assistance with technical tasks such as the development of
- Other matters as deemed appropriate in the delivery of the
Applicants are required to submit resume, personal statement,
unofficial transcript, and letter of recommendation/support from
their thesis/dissertation advisor and one other
professor/individual able to comment on the ability of the
applicant to successfully fill this position.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. All applicants
must have an application on file in the Office of Human Resources
located in Bird Hall, 1st Floor- Room 1104. Materials may be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org