The following graduate assistantships are currently available in the OSU Library:
Job Number: 115
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
EDMON LOW LIBRARY
GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
The OSU Library has an opening for a Graduate Research Assistant for User Experience position. The graduate research assistant works in the Research and Learning Services division. The assistantship will be .50 FTE, beginning January 9, 2015, through May 1, 2015. Continued employment for the Summer, 2015 semester is possible.
To apply, complete application on library web site (library.okstate.edu). Resumes may be submitted to email@example.com or in person at 216 Library.
Hours: 20 hours per week
NATURE OF WORK:
Within a team environment and under the direct supervision of the Director of Undergraduate Services, the User Experience Graduate Assistant will assist with the design, creation and coordination of user experience services, programming and activities, including assisting with online projects.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
QUALIFICATIONS (Knowledge, skills, and abilities):
Enrolled in a graduate program at Oklahoma State University.
This appointment, like all graduate student positions, is subject to satisfactory progress toward your degree, satisfactory performance of assigned duties, availability of sufficient funds, and compliance with all Department, Program, Graduate College and University rules, regulations, and requirements. This appointment may be renewed based on those same conditions.
Your 0.50 FTE assistantship requires you to enroll in at least six (6) credit hours of eligible graduate coursework relevant to your degree each semester (fall/spring) in which you have assistantships totaling 0.50 FTE. All graduate teaching and research assistants/associates (GTAs/GRAs) with qualifying 0.50 FTE appointments, such as yours, receive a full tuition waiver for eligible graduate courses; fees cannot be waived. With qualifying GTA or GRA appointments, graduate students are eligible for tuition waivers for the number of graduate credit hours designated in their graduate degree program.
Applications will be accepted until 12/23/2014. For additional information, please contact the Dean’s Office at 744-6322.