Graduate Assistant for Learning and Teaching
January 2, 2018
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, supervising academic study hall, mentoring undergraduates, providing accommodations for students with disabilities, facilitating study groups, working with faculty and staff to support the academic progress of students, and assisting with clerical responsibilities.
The successful candidate will provide excellent customer service to CMU students, donors, sponsors, alumni, and internal and external constituents.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
30% Supervising academic study hall
30% Providing academic support to students
25% Facilitating study groups
15% Assisting with clerical duties
Supervising academic study hall will require graduate assistant to monitor that students are in the building, students are working productively and not distracting other students, and students have the academic support when it is available from the graduate assistant or a tutor.
The reports will be minimal: documenting any discipline issue and recording students’ activity in study hall when that task is necessary.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree required. Experience in a learning center or writing center is preferred.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: N/A
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Public Speaking abilities; personnel management skills and experiences; Microsoft Office Suite
OTHER INFORMATION AND ATTRIBUTES:
Most of the supervision of academic study hall will be Sunday-Thursday evenings.
Candidates should submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Human Resources at HR@centralmethodist.edu.
CMU employees provide collegial, collaborative contributions to their areas and the University as a whole. They should stimulate a harmonious, productive and inviting work environment that is customer service oriented. Each must maintain a commitment to the mission and purposes of Central Methodist University.
Central Methodist University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.