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Communication Arts Department Assistant

Department or office- Communication Arts

Student position title- Editorial/Writing/Research Assistant

Location- Gibbons Communication Arts Department/Fourth Floor

Supervisor- Stacey Peterson

Supervisor's email- speterson@ndm.edu

Supervisor's phone- 410 532 5101

Job description- Employee will regularly maintain the department's web page and Joule resource page.  Student will also address miscellaneous clerical duties for faculty members.

Qualifications- Strong writing, editorial and research skills.  Self starter who is comfortable speaking to a variety of different professionals, can multitask, and flexible.  Must be reliable and willing to work independently.

Work days and hours- Will work with student to set up work schedule.

Semesters- Fall: Yes

Winterim: ---

Spring: Yes

Summer (direct hire only): ---

Pay rate- $8.00

Number of positions- 2

Campus jobs are limited. Preference will be given to students who have accepted a Federal Work-Study award. In order to benefit from this preference, FWS students must indicate their FWS status above. Acceptance of a FWS award does not guarantee a campus job.

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