Graduate Assistantship Positions
Multicultural Affairs & Diversity Programs seeks two (2) graduate assistants for the 2013-2014 academic year. These 10-month positions provide specific administrative support and relief to the Office of Multicultural Affairs & Diversity Programs. One graduate assistant provides services and resources to LGBTQ undergraduate students, while the other graduate assistant focuses on overall diversity programming and initiatives. Responsibilities include assisting in coordinating programs and events, updating and maintaining office websites and social media content, and scheduling at least 20 office hours per week. Find more information at http://www.pace.edu/diversity-programs/madp-graduate-assistantship.
Residential Life anticipates one (1) opening for a Graduate Assistant Residence Director for the 2013-2014 academic year. This 10-months, live-in positions serves as an active and visible residence hall staff member. Residence Directors participate and facilitate student development, community development, leadership development, administration, policy enforcement, and staff development. Responsibilities include supervision of 4-6 undergraduate Resident Assistants, advisement of Hall Council, interpreting and upholding the university’s rules and regulations through upholding the Guiding Principles of Conduct in a proactive and educational manner, and oversight of administrative tasks related to inventory, damage, billing, maintenance, keys, fire safety, and building security. Find more information at http://www.pace.edu/housing/pleasantville-briarcliff-campus/becoming-residence-director/how-apply.
Any questions regarding these positions and the hiring process can be sent to Ryan D. Young, Associate of Residential Life for Training & Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 923-2791.
Student Development and Campus Activities seeks (2-3) graduate assistants for the 2013-2014 academic year. These 10-month positions assist professional staff with advisement of student organizations, program development, and leadership training. Some graduate assistants will work specifically with fraternities and sororities to promote the shared values of the Greek community, while the other graduate assistant(s) work primarily with non-Greek student organizations to support a healthy and active campus life. Responsibilities include supervision of student staff, program advisement, and general administration. Find more information at http://www.pace.edu/student-development-plv/student-employment-opportunities.
Any questions regarding these positions and the hiring process can be sent to Niki Fjedal, Assistant Director for Student Development and Campus Activities at email@example.com or Robert-Thomas Jones, Assistant Director for Greek Life / Student Development and Campus Activities at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 773-3767.