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2014-2015 Master's Level Graduate Assistantship Vacancies
We will take resumes for the two positions below for the 2014-2015 academic year until they are filled.
Art Galleries-Ms. S. Povse (half-time)
The Graduate Assistant provides support and assistance to Art Galleries operations including: all exhibition installations; facility maintenance; update and expansion of electronic calendar listings, web page, and social media; assistance with publishing activities and press releases; Permanent Collection research, records, maintenance, storage, and display; help with management of work study students; support to The Maslow Collection; exhibition planning and gallery administration; educational outreach and interpretation activities; receptions, lectures, and special events. While the assistantship is challenging, it offers the opportunity to be part of a team in which the GA's aesthetic decisions and strengths are utilized and reflected in gallery installations and operations. Prior gallery experience a plus but not required; MFA students preferred but not essential.
Webmaster's Office-Sr. Kathleen Burns (full-time)
The Web Development Office seeks a graduate assistant who will design, edit and maintain documents on the Marywood University website; assist in the development of the site; develop multimedia components; maintain databases and other files that are used to provide content; research, plan and execute projects for the website (e.g., a photo/multimedia essay highlighting the offerings, resources and facilities of an academic department); and support to departmental web editors. Particular assignments will be designed commensurate with the knowledge, skills and interests of the student and the immediate needs of the University. Prior experience with web design is helpful but not required. Training will be provided by Web Development and other OIT staff members.