• Graduate Assistant - School of Arts and Sciences

    Job Locations US-MA-Boston
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    The School of Arts and Sciences at MCPHS University is seeking a graduate assistant to work during the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. The School of Arts and Sciences provides the general education curriculum for all undergraduate students, offers seven bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, and an array of minors.


    The Graduate Assistant will work a minimum of 15 hours per week assisting the School of Arts and Sciences in all aspects of academic affairs. Graduate Assistants are paid a stipend for each semester. If practicum credit is desired, supervision and assignments can be designed to align with candidates’ academic program requirements.

    • Assisting Arts and Sciences faculty with administrative, research, and assessment projects
    • Assisting with Arts and Sciences event coordination and management
    • Assisting the administration of office systems, procedures, and policies
    • Participating on and recording minutes for select established and ad hoc committees

    Additional responsibilities may be assigned by the supervisor. 




    • Must be currently enrolled in a higher education, student affairs, or similar master's degree program
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Strong detail-orientation and problem-solving ability
    • Ability to learn through experience in a fast-paced environment
    • Experience using Microsoft Office Suite


    • Interest in a career in postsecondary education, specifically working within academic affairs

    Please attach a cover letter and a resume. No phone calls, please. Principals only.  No relocation available.  Finalist candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check as a condition of employment. MCPHS University is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants who would enrich the University’s diversity are encouraged to apply.


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