Graduate Assistantships for Interview Weekend at UNCW

Campus Life

Arts & Programs Sharky's Box Office and Game Room
Application Open '17-'18

Contact: Stefanie Norris
norriss@uncw.edu

The graduate assistant will supervise the Sharky’s Box Office and Game Room student staff. The Sharky’s Graduate Assistant is responsible for overseeing the daily operations, sales, programming, and marketing of Sharky’s Game Room & Box Office.  The Sharky’s Graduate Assistant supervises the Sharky’s Manager and the Sharky’s attendants. This position also serves the overall Campus Life Arts and Programs department.  Annual Compensation: $11,500 20 Hours per Week. 9 months.

Graduate Assistant for Sharky’s Box Office and Game Room Job Description (PDF)

Association for Campus Entertainment
Application Open '17-'18

Contact: Andrea Ingle
inglea@uncw.edu

The ACE Graduate Assistant will serve the Association for Campus Entertainment as the advisor for three of the six ACE Committees, which requires providing on-site support for programs, working with students to increase their professional and communication skills, as well as managing time, budgets, and groups. This position will also provide support for major campus events alongside the ACE Coordinator, Andrea Ingle. Annual Compensation: $11,500. 20 hours per week. 9-month position.

Event Support & Technology
Application Open '17-'18

Contact: Zach Hollenbaugh
hollenbaughz@uncw.edu

The Graduate Assistant for Event Support & Technology will provide assistance for both the operations and production team of Campus Life including scheduling, event support, inventory management, and technical assistance. The emphasis for this position is to provide an improved experience for our clients through the daily oversight of the student staff schedule, additional support for ongoing events, and preemptive event setup. Some evening and weekend hours required. Compensation: $13,300. 20 hours per week. 12-month position. Nights and weekends to be expected.

Event Support & Technology Graduate Assistant Job Description (PDF)


Office of Student Leadership and Engagement

Fraternity & Sorority
Application Open '17-'18

Contact: Hilary Loso
losoh@uncw.edu

The Fraternity & Sorority Graduate Assistant will manage Panhellenic, NPHC, and/or Interfraternity Councils; advise 10-12 chapter presidents; advise Order of Omega and its related programs; develop and implement Greek Week; support the Coordinator of Fraternities and Sororities with organizing other major functions and programs; design and implement National Hazing Prevention Week in conjunction with Council officers and Order of Omega; develop and implement Greek Emerging Leaders Program; assist with assessment needs; organize and promote fraternity and sorority newsletter; write articles for various university newsletters; maintain all social media accounts and update regularly; assist in on-going communication with current fraternity and sorority students, alum, advisors, university administration, etc.; and facilitate sessions of the Leadership Development Program. Evening and weekend commitments. Annual Compensation: $10,000. 20 Hours per week. 10-month position.


Campus Activities & Involvement Center

UNCWeekends Program
Application Open '17-'18

Contact: Jon Kapell
kapellj@uncw.edu

The CAIC Graduate Assistant for UNCWeekends advises and manages the UNCWeekends planning group inclusive of event planning, implementation and management, coordination of social media on behalf of CAIC in general and provide oversight for the CAIC website. This position will also provide support for CAIC's major campus events alongside the CAIC full time staff as needed and appropriate.


Housing and Residence Life

Application Open '17-'18

Contact: Keith Wickliffe
(910) 962-7273
wickliffek@uncw.edu

The Assistant Residence Coordinator is a live-in position that works alongside the Residence Coordinators in the management of on-campus housing. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to; the selection, training and supervision of Desk Receptionists; key management; primary advisor to Area Council; various committee work within the department; serves in the campus crisis response duty rotation; and assumes duties in the absence of the Residence Coordinator.  This position is approximately 20 hours per week (however, hours may vary during heavy weeks of the year), 9 month position with possibility for paid summer employment. Other benefits include: a monthly stipend of $627, fall and spring meal plan, on-campus parking pass, free apartment and utilities, $1000/year in professional development funds and a tuition adjustment (out of state rate will be adjusted to in state rate). For more information please visit: https://www.uncw.edu/stuaff/housing/employment/arc.html


Office of International Programs

(Not Student Affairs positions)

International Student & Scholar Services
Application Open '17-'18

Graduate students with an interest in working with international students are encouraged to apply for the Global Seahawk Certificate Program Coordinator position.  In this role, the Global Seahawk Certificate Program Coordinator (GSCPC) will develop and manage a certificate program that cultivates international student engagement on campus and in the community.  The GSCPC will coordinate weekly events on and off campus for international students.  The GSCPC must be able to complete the 14-passenger van training and drive students to events.  The GSCPC will also assist the International Student & Scholar Services team as needed.  Compensation: $5,500 per semester; $11,000 per year.  (Prefer a year appointment.)  Start date:  Monday, August 7, 2017.  Hours:  20 hours per week.  Priority application deadlines:  preference given to applications received by March 1.  To apply:  send letter of interest, resume, and list of 3 references via email to international@uncw.edu.  Put “Global Liaison Application” as the subject line.

UNCW ESL (English as a Second Language Program)
Application Open '17-'18

Graduate students with an interest in working with international students are encouraged to apply for the ESL  Global Liaison Coordinator position (ESLGLC).  In this role, ESLGLC be working with us to create, promote, and facilitate various programs as well as other program-related projects that match their set of skills and interests.  Our intensive English as a Second Language Program has students from many countries around the world who are here to improve their English.  We do a lot of activities and social programming for them as well as their American Conversation Partners and Friendship Families.

The ESLGLC  must be able to complete the 14-passenger van training and drive students to events.  The ESLGLC will also assist the ESL team as needed.  Compensation: $5,500 per semester; $11,000 per year.  (Prefer a year appointment.)  Start date:  Monday, August 7, 2017.  Hours:  20 hours per week.  Priority application deadlines:  preference given to applications received by March 1.  To apply:  send letter of interest, resume, and list of 3 references via email to walbrechtm@uncw.edu.  Put “Global Liaison Application” as the subject line.


Transition Programs

Application Open '17-'18

Contact: Christina Logan
loganc@uncw.edu

The Graduate Assistant for Transition Programs provides support for programming, student leadership development, and event coordination. The Office of Transitions Programs oversees the coordination of new student orientation, Convocation, Family & Alumni Weekend, peer mentor programs for freshman and transfer students, and commencement. This position will coordinate events for freshman, assist with the recruitment and training of the orientation leader team, and assist with the implementation of office events. Some evening and weekends will be required.

This is an 11-month position. The position receives a stipend of $9,000 to be dispersed over 10 months and an hourly rate during the month of June. Twenty (20) hours per week are required, including some evenings and weekends. During the month of June the number of hours will be greater than 20. Professional development funding to attend the regional and national conference for the Association of Orientation, Transition, and Retention.

Transition Programs Graduate Assistant Job Description (PDF)