College of Arts, Education and Sciences, Fall and Spring: The Graduate Assistant will report to the Facilities Manager and Coordinator of Marketing and Development for the College of Arts, Education and Sciences. Duties include assisting with facilities management, space utilization surveys, building inspections including safety inspections, computer support,production of brochures and newsletter, drafting news announcements, and providing support during events. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Arely Castillo, Facilities Manager and Coordinator of Marketing and Development: electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver paper copies to the College of Arts, Education and Sciences, Walker Hall 1-45.
Computing Center, Summer II, Fall, Spring, Summer I: The Graduate Assistant will report to the LMS Coordinator in the Computing Center. This position will be responsible for learning the use and management of ULM's Learning Management System (Moodle) as well as providing assistance to end-users (students and faculty). Such assistance might involve analyzing a student's complaint of getting "kicked out" of Moodle, checking report logs to verify such claims, helping instructors with uploading files, resources, or assignments. Other duties might include creating short video clips for use as tutorials, creating ad-hoc learning materials, and assisting with daily tasks, calls, or tickets coming through the HelpDesk. If you have used LMS in previous semesters, you will be familiar with some issues facing users. Preference is given to applicants from education programs, and all applicants should be excellent communicators and able to deal with a variety of clients. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Sheau Yun Choo, Computing Center: electronically to email@example.com or deliver paper copies to the Computing Center, University Library 116.
Computing Center, Fall, Spring, Summer I: The GA will report to the Administrative Assistant and the Director of the Computing Center. This position is responsible for overseeing the labs on campus. Responsibilities include preparing and finalizing schedules each semester (along with interims) for 4 labs and being available to work in the lab if a student calls in and a replacement cannot be found for their shift regardless of the time. Must learn Timeclock software to keep track of work hours for students. Must be organized with good communication skills. Hours are flexible. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Lori Gean, Administrative Assistant for the Computing Center: electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver paper copies to the Computing Center, University Library 213B.
Office of Career Connections, Fall and Spring: Two positions available assisting the Director with events in the Career Connections office and other assigned duties. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Roslynn Pogue, Director of ULM Career Connections: electronically to email@example.com or deliver paper copies to the Office of Career Connections, University Library 314.
Office of Extended Learning, Fall: The Office of Extended Learning and Quality Enhancement is in search of a Graduate Assistant to provide instruction for a stackable certificate project in partnership with a local high school. The GA would be responsible for instructing the participants in several areas during the daytime class periods. Instruction will take place on the ULM campus Monday-Friday from 9-11am in face-to-face and online formats. Assistantship hours will include instruction, preparation, grading, and course management. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Marilyn McIntosh, Director of Extended Learning and Quality Enhancement: electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver paper copies to the Office of Extended Learning, University Library 109.
Office of Recruitment and Admissions, Fall and Spring: The Graduate Assistant will report to Robyn Jordan. This position will be responsible for the use and management of the ImageNow system, which is used to scan, link, and forward documents between admissions personnel. Other duties may include sorting mail, processing transcripts, and working with any other admissions materials as assigned. All applicants must be comfortable working with computers. Send applications and three letters of recommendation to Robyn Jordan: electronically to email@example.com or deliver paper copies to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions, University Library 201-D.
Office of Recruitment and Admissions, Fall/Spring: The Graduate Assistant will report to the Director of Enrollment and Scholarships in Recruitment/Admissions. This position will be responsible for learning and using the Scholarship Award and Tracking Database System, including maintaining student information/documentation and preparing scholarship award offers and follow-up correspondence. This position will be responsible for general office duties and other assigned tasks. In addition, this position will be responsible for utilizing the placement test registration system and administering placement tests. Applicants must have strong written/verbal communication skills, understand the importance of accuracy, be comfortable working with computers in a business environment, and be dependable. Send application and three letters of recommendation to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions (Scholarships): electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver paper copies to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions (Scholarships), University Library 202.
Office of Student Services, Fall and Spring: Two positions available. The Graduate Assistants in the Office of Student Services will be responsible for supporting all daily office operations. The positions will report to the Administrative Assistant 3, who reports to the Dean of Students. Duties include reviewing off-campus housing request forms for accuracy and completeness; identifying/verifying applicable exemption, if any, for each student applicant; ensuring appropriate documentation for each student applicant’s file; verifying completeness of each applicant’s file; communicating with student applicants regarding outstanding documentation; and extracting specific informational pieces from file to enter on spreadsheet. Other duties include reviewing confidential disciplinary files (hard-copy) for completeness, scanning documents related to disciplinary matters into tracking software, and reviewing confidential disciplinary files (electronic) for completeness. General duties include sorting and filing documentation, copying and faxing documents, answering calls and talking face-to-face with students, word processing, data entry, and other tasks as assigned. Applicants must display integrity in handling confidential information, attention to detail, dependability, and punctuality. Excellent customer service and interpersonal communication skills are essential. Good data entry and word processing skills required, as demonstrated by knowledge of Word and Excel. Ability to easily learn other software/systems a plus. Commitment to following established procedures is required. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Kristina Fryant, Administrative Assistant 3: electronically to email@example.com or deliver paper copies to the Office of Student Services, Student Center 239.
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Fall and Spring: Two positions available assisting the Vice President for Student Affairs with various projects; two positions available assisting the Interim Dean of Students/Title IX Coordinator with duties related to student conduct, discipline, and administrative functions of the office. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Lillian Brown, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs: electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver paper copies to the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, University Library 625.
School of Education, Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Leadership Programs, Fall and Spring: Two positions available. Applicants will assist with research, collaborate with graduate and doctoral faculty in a variety of research projects, present and participate in research seminars/conferences, work with editors of academic journals, execute office duties, maintain program files, and assist in general office administrative duties. Interested applicants must be capable of accomplishing multiple tasks concurrently, have excellent communication, leadership, and time management skills, must be available to work on campus, and must have a strong interest in research, writing, and publication. Send application, three letters of recommendation, and current resume or curriculum vitae to Dr. Kris Bista, Assistant Professor in the School of Education: electronically to email@example.com.
TEACH Project, Fall and Spring: The Graduate Assistant for this position will assist with data collection and analysis as well as research and research design. Strong writing and analytical skills are a must. The candidate need not have an education background, but should have technology savvy and clerical skills. Some evening hours will be required, about 4-5 a month. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Tiffany Jackson, Professional Development Coordinator for the TEACH Project: electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ULM Foundation Office, Fall and Spring: The Graduate Assistant will assist in Foundation Office functions and will report
to the Chief Operating Officer and Administrative Coordinator. Duties include answering
phone calls, welcoming visitors, updating donor recognitions, collecting pledges,
account reconciliation, account reporting, file organization, retaining documents
in accordance with the Document Retention Policy, speaking to both internal and external
personnel, and other projects as assigned. The ideal candidate will possess excellent
organizational, communication, and analytical skills. Customer service and professionalism
are required to appropriately represent the Foundation. Excellent computer skills
including experience in the Microsoft Office Suite. The ability to multi-task is imperative
to the position. Deliver application and three letters of recommendation to Jodie Beezley, Associate
Director/Chief Operating Officer for the ULM Foundation: University Advancement Building,
3601 DeSiard Street.
University Conference Center, Fall and Spring: The Graduate Assistant will assist the Facilities Coordinator with events related to the operations of the University Conference Center and University House. Excellent customer service and interpersonal communication skills are essential. Applicants must be comfortable using computers; duties will include preparation of audio-visual presentations in the Conference Center. Good data entry and word processing skills are required, as well as familiarity with Microsoft Office software. Send application and three letters of recommendation to Sharon W. Brown, Facilities Coordinator: electronically to email@example.com or deliver paper copies to the University Conference Center, University Library 703.
Please note that no Graduate Assistant or Work-Study application materials should be submitted to the Graduate School. Materials should be submitted directly to the hiring supervisor for the position you are interested in.
If you have any questions regarding the Graduate Assistant or Work-Study hiring process, please contact Caitlin McKeighan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 318-342-1037.