Work in Graduate Student Affairs
Graduate Assistant Position
The Graduate School is seeking a graduate student for a 10-hour assistantship to work with the Graduate Student Affairs Director on a variety of different topics. The assistantship is for $850/month plus additional payment according to the CBA* to start Fall semester 2020 and may continue contingent on available funding, student eligibility, and mutual agreement.
The tasks include:
- Supporting graduate students in their degree progress by communicating and meeting with students about their academic standing, and other student concerns.
- Assisting in reviewing and revising procedures/policies in areas of graduate student success
- Designing a project that fits into the goals of this position
- Other related duties
To apply, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Statement of why you are interested in this position
- Description of experience with similar tasks
- Degree sought (and major) and when expected to complete
- Name and contact information of two references.
The deadline for full consideration is Aug 10th, 2020.
- Professionalism and maturity
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Strong organizational skills
- Oral, written, and/or nonverbal communication skills
- Respect for and appreciation of a broad range of diverse identities
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Meet academic requirements of a GTA position:
- Full-time, degree-seeking graduate student
- Maintain term enrollment of a minimum of 6 credits
- Cumulative, term, and program of study GPA must be 3.00 or better
- Make satisfactory annual progress toward degree achievement
* This GTA appointment is a part of a Collective Bargaining unit represented by Graduate Employee Organization (GEO), and the Montana Education Association‐Montana Federation of Teachers, MEA‐MFT. The Collective Bargaining Agreement can be found at http://mus.edu/hr/cba/collbarg.asp. You will be bound by the terms and conditions in the Collective Bargaining Agreement, applicable policies of the University and Board of Regents, and applicable state and federal laws.