Department/Unit: Institute for European Studies (BL-WEUR)
Title: Editorial Graduate Assistant
Hours Per Week: 20 hours per week Fall and Spring semesters – G901
Is this a Programs Involving Children (PIC) Position? Yes
Department Information: The Institute for European Studies (EURO) at IU promotes knowledge of Europe and the European Union through education, scholarship, and public outreach. Our academic degree programs train specialists committed to strengthening transatlantic ties through careers in public service, business, research, and teaching. EURO’s mission also takes us away from the IU Bloomington campus. It is our duty to increase knowledge and awareness of Europe and the European Union in the local community and beyond. We have a variety of resources, programming, and funding opportunities for K-12 educators looking to bring Europe into the classroom, and our relationship with local businesses and IU’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) has created a better understanding of the European business environment.
Job Summary: The Editorial Graduate Assistant is responsible for technical support for programming and project coordination for the websites, graphic design projects, newsletters and social media platforms for both the Institute of European Studies and the Polish Studies Center. The position requires 20 hours of work for 40 weeks between August 2020 and May 2021, with possibility of annual renewal through 2022. This is a G901 position with a total stipend of approximately $16,000, but without a tuition remission.
Required Qualifications: Academic interest in and/or knowledge of European area studies. Excellent writing and editing skills. Ability to use social media tools and maintain EURO’s growing listservs. Working knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office.
Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity with IU Bloomington academic programs. Working knowledge of content management systems. Knowledge of a European language or languages. Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite CS 4 and/or CS5.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands: Walking, standing and sitting for long periods of time.
Advertised Salary Range: .50 FTE 20 hours per week G901 -- or 19 hours per week for non-G901 -- senior graduate student with no tuition remission/$16,000 stipend
Funding Account(s): 4223326
Applicant Reviewers: Franklin Hess, Heather Duemling
Search Committee Members: Franklin Hess, Heather Duemling
Expected Start Date: 2020 Fall Semester
To Apply: Send CVs to Heather Duemling at firstname.lastname@example.org