Graduate Assistant - Department of Forensic and Legal Psychology
The position begins one week before classes start for the summer 2018 semester and ends one week after classes end for the spring 2019 semester. A 1/3 Graduate Assistant in the Department of Forensic and Legal Psychology works 105 hours total each semester of the assistantship (which averages 7 hours/week in a typical 15 week semester); and receives a waiver of three (3) credits of graduate tuition each semester of the assistantship.
During the fall and spring semesters the position will be 2/3. A 2/3 Graduate Assistant works 210 hours total each semester of the assistantship (which averages 14 hours/week in a typical 15 week semester); and receives a waiver of six (6) credits of graduate tuition each semester of the assistantship.
The GA will:
- Assist faculty in their research (e.g., literature collection, literature review, entering/coding data, creating online surveys)
- Assist in data collection and writing of annual learning outcome assessment reports and 5 year program assessments
- Act as a student contact for prospective/new students
- Participate in open houses, new student orientations, and other departmental functions
- Assist in the planning and execution of annual appreciation dinners and other departmental events
- Assist in information collecting re: other forensic and legal psychology programs and other programs of interest
- Maintain forensic and legal psychology bulletin boards
- Create fliers and other visuals for department events and initiatives, and other duties as assigned
- Must be accepted into Marymount as a graduate student in the Forensic and Legal Psychology M.A. program by April 2018
- You must be registered for at least 6 graduate credits during any semester in which you are awarded a GA position
- For current students, graduate GPA must be at least 3.0. For entering graduate students, undergraduate GPA must be at least 3.0
- Academic record and community/professional service will be considered in decision-making
- Accepted students enrolled full-time are given preference over part-time students
- Knowledge of various computer software packages (e.g., MS Word, PowerPoint, Access, Excel), Internet browsers, and library databases
- Proficiency in SPSS is encouraged, but not required
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Ability to work as part of a team and on an individual basis, take direction, and follow through on assigned tasks
Special Notes to Applicants
One position will be available in the Forensic and Legal Psychology Department. The position will begin in summer 2018 and will continue until the end of the spring 2019 semester. 1/3 in summer, 2/3 in fall, and 2/3 in spring.
Application materials must be received by
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