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Supervisor: Kees Lokman
SALA Research Committee Assistant – 1 open position
Start date: November 25, 2019
End date: December 20, 2019
~10 hrs per week - up to 40 hrs max
Rate of pay: $25.00/hr
OVERVIEW OF DUTIES
Assist the SALA Research Committee in creating concise summaries/descriptions of research undertaken by SALA faculty. These summaries/descriptions will be placed on the SALA website. Duties will include:
- Locating existing descriptions/documentation of faculty research from common sources (primarily the internet) and meeting/communicating with faculty if necessary
- Writing standardized and concise descriptions of faculty research based upon existing information
- Working with SALA administration to help incorporate descriptions into the SALA website
Work will involve meeting and corresponding with the SALA Research Committee and incorporating its feedback.
Strong writing skills, strong organizational skills, and enrolled in a graduate program at SALA (MArch, MLA, MUD, MASA/MASLA, HPB)
HOW TO APPLY
Submit CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Updated November 18, 2019
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