All positions for the 2014-2015 academic year have been filled. Please check back in February 2015 for information about employment for 2015-2016.
Program Assistant for Alcohol Programs
Responsible responsible for assisting with all aspects of creating and implementing a comprehensive alcohol prevention program at Marquette, including the development of social norms messaging, educational publications, designing and presenting prevention-based programs and presentations, bystander intervention training, and assisting with assessment and data analysis as needed. The student filing this position should have an overall interest in addressing student wellness in the Marquette community. Approximately 10hrs/week, $8.60 per hour.
Program Assistant for Community Service
Responsible for promoting community service within the Marquette community, supporting individual student volunteers and student leaders in creating meaningful, impactful, and reflective service experiences. The Program Assistant serves as a liaison between students, student groups, partner agencies, campus partners, and the greater Milwaukee community. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour.
Program Assistant for Commuter Programs
Responsible for assisting for assisting with all aspects of creating and implementing a comprehensive undergraduate program at Marquette for commuter students. This includes but is not limited to the organization of the commuter lunches throughout the year, gathering input from Marquette commuters regarding campus/community programming needs on and off campus, assisting with the New Student Orientation Program for commuter students, and assisting in the design and implementation of assessment initiatives. This student must have an interest in giving Marquette commuters a quality experience at Marquette as well as keeping commuters connected to campus happenings. Approximately 10 hours/week $8.60 per hour.
Program Assistant for Greek Life
Responsible for assisting with all aspects of advising the national social fraternity and sorority chapters and three governing organizations which comprise the Greek community at Marquette, including information management, promoting the Greek system and its activities, and enhancing the leadership development, scholarship, and service goals of fraternities and sororities. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour.
Program Assistant for Intercultural Engagement
This position will provide students with programming and event planning, coordination, and implementation experience. The position also offers students an opportunity to learn more about the Catholic-Jesuit value of human dignity and social justice, while also fostering an appreciation for diversity and inclusion in a global context. The Program Assistant will also work closely in connecting first generation students and students from underrepresented racial, ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, sex, and religious communities to campus resources. Further, the Programming Assistant will assist students in having engaging and interactive relationships regarding diversity and inclusion at Marquette and in their respective communities. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60/hour.
Program Assistant for Late Night Programming
Responsible for developing a calendar of semesterly Late Night events, reserving space in the AMU, the Recreation Center, and other campus locations to hold Late Night events, work with entertainers and agencies to book entertainment for Late Night programs, and collaborating with the Late Night Communications and Marketing Assistant and the Program Assistant for Web and Multi Media Development to promote Late Night programs. Approximately 10 hrs./week, $8.60 per hour.
Program Assistant for Leadership Programs
Participates as a member of the CLSI Team and responsible for assisting with all aspects of creating and implementing a comprehensive leadership development program at Marquette, including the development of several on-going and short-term leadership programs, seminars, and workshops. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour.
Program Assistant for Student Organizations
Participates as a member of the CLSI Teamand responsible for assisting with the management of the 270+ registered student organizations, consulting with new organizations, assisting with processing organization constitutions, event requests, and other paperwork, and implementing organizational development programs. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour.
Office Assistant (Office of Student Development and CLSI)
Responsible for greeting and directing customers, answering phone calls, processing mail, making photocopies, entering data and completing additional duties as assigned. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.00 per hour.
Office Assistant (OSD 329) – Summer 2014
Responsible for greeting and directing customers, answering phone calls, processing mail, making photocopies, entering data and completing additional duties as assigned. Approximately 30 hours/week, $9.00 per hour.
Program Assistant for Publications Design
Responsible for using graphic design experience and skills to assist in the development of Office of Student Development publications, and serve as a consultant to student organizations on advertising and promotion, publications and other projects. Prior graphic design experience and/or coursework preferred. Approximately 10 hours/week, $9.00 per hour. May have possibility for summer hours.
Program Assistant for Student Affairs Communications and Marketing
Responsible responsible for using graphic design experience and skills to assist in the development of Office of Student Affairs and related areas publications and for assisting with creating and implementing marketing initiatives and strategies for program initiatives (e.g. New Student and Family Orientation, fall programming for the first six weeks of the semester, social norming campaign, and other projects as assigned.)Approximately 10 hours/week, $9.00 per hour. Position begins July 1, 2014.
Program Assistant for Communications and Marketing of Intercultural Engagement
Responsible for assisting with creating and implementing marketing initiatives and strategies for Intercultural Engagement. This includes, but is not limited to, designing marketing materials (posters, flyers, brochures, etc.), working with the Program Assistant for Web and Multimedia to maintain the Intercultural Engagement pages, and implementing social media strategies for Intercultural Engagement’s social media venues. As a staff member working closely with Intercultural Engagement, a student in this role will be expected to have an interest in and commitment to learning about topics related to diversity and social justice. Respectively, this individual should demonstrate the ability to be inclusive, creative and engaging across diverse interest when developing marketing materials, web and social media content. Approximately 10 hours/week, $9.00 per hour.
Program Assistant for Publications Traffic Coordination
Responsible for managing project coordination with the Student Affairs Communications Graduate Assistant, the Program Assistants for Publications, the Program Assistant for Late Night Publications, and the Program Assistant for Web & Multimedia Content. Additional duties include development of marketing strategies, weekly consulting hours with student organization representatives, and managing traffic flow of the large format printer. Approximately 10-12 hours per week, $8.60 per hour.
Program Assistant for Social Media/Content Writing
Responsible for using writing, journalism, and social media experience and skills to assist in the development of Student Development communications and marketing initiatives, with a particular emphasis on Late Night Marquette programming. Approximately 10 hours/week $8.60 per hour.
Senior Week Director
Work collaboratively with professional staff in Student Development and other university departments to implement the 2014 Senior Week program; responsible for coordinating student event planners and chairing regular planning meetings; will assist with marketing efforts to maximize graduating senior’s participation in the program. Applicants intending to graduate in May 2014 will be given preference. Stipend payment.
Winter Flurry Director
Responsible for development, planning and coordinating of programs for the winter social held in January. Student must have prior programming and leadership experience. Should be able to communicate effectively, coordinate the student planning team, maintain program budget and possess good attention to detail. Stipend payment.