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GRADUATE STUDENT ASSISTANT POSITION OPENINGS FOR FALL 2017 - SPRING 2018

We are now accepting formal applications for Graduate Student Assistants for the fall 2017 & spring 2018 semesters. Some of these positions offer a monthly stipend and tuition remission of up to 12 credit hours per calendar year, and others are stipend only.  Interested candidates are encouraged to submit application materials ASAP to receive the highest consideration. Please send a letter of application, resume, and contact information for three professional references, including phone numbers and email addresses, to: HumanResources@sau.edu  
The positions will remain open until filled.

Please see the following departments that will have an opening(s) and the listed qualifications needed to apply:

ADMISSIONS: 
Qualifications:
1.     Earned Bachelor's degree.
2.    Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of SAU Registration required. Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.  
3.   Previous experience in admissions preferred; other related experience will be considered.
4.   Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5.   Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere.
6.   Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) Ellucian (DATATEL) knowledge is a plus.
7.    Flexible  schedule-day and evening hours

 ALUMNI & PARENT RELATIONS:  
 
Qualifications:
1.Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2.Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of SAU Registration required.
Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
4. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere.
5. Strong computer Microsoft skills, COLLEAGUE knowledge is a plus.
6. Some weekend and holiday hours may be required. - prefer candidates who are able to work between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

ATHLETICS:
Baseballl Graduate Assistant Coach
Qualifications
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of 2017 SAU Registration required. Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program for fall semester 2017. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Previous baseball coaching experience preferred, collegiate baseball playing experience required. Assist the head coach in the day-to-day operations of a nationally competitive intercollegiate program, team travel, summer camps, public relations, film review, study halls and other administrative duties as assigned. Involves team travel and some overnight and weekend trips.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere, including strong supervisory skills.
6. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel)

Basketball (Women's) Graduate Assistant Coach
Qualifications
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of 2017 SAU Registration required Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program for fall semester 2017. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Previous basketball coaching experience preferred, collegiate basketball playing experience required. Assist the head coach in the day-to-day operations of a nationally competitive intercollegiate program, team travel, summer camps, public relations, film review, study halls and other administrative duties as assigned.
Involves team travel and some overnight and weekend trips.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere, including strong supervisory skills.
6. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel)

LaCrosse (Women's) Graduate Assistant Coach
Qualifications
• Earned Bachelor's degree prior to start date
• Successful acceptance into a SAU graduate program
• Represent St. Ambrose and the program in a professional manner
• High level of personal integrity and outstanding work ethic
• Knowledge of NAIA rules and regulations
• Knowledge of lacrosse specific skills and technique
• Experience recruiting scholarship athletes highly desirable
• Outstanding skills in oral and written communication
• Good organizational ability and computer competency

Sports Information Graduate Assistant (2 positions available)
Qualifications:
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of 2017 SAU Registration required.
Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program for fall semester 2017. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Assist the Sports Information Director in the day-to-day operations of the sports information office, take and report statistics at home athletic events, assist in maintaining the SAU Athletics website, write game recaps and feature stories, create game programs and media guides, handle media requests, oversee student workers and other administrative duties as assigned. Involves working nights and weekends and some local travel.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team-oriented atmosphere, including strong supervisory skills.
6. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel)

Swimming ( Men's and Women's) Graduate Assistant Coach
Qualifications:
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of 2017 SAU Registration required Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program for fall semester 2017. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Previous swim coaching experience preferred. Collegiate Swimming experience required. Assist the head coach in the day-to-day operations of a nationally competitive intercollegiate program, team travel, summer camps and clinics, public relations, recruiting, study halls and other administrative duties as assigned.  Required team travel. Some overnight, and weekend trips.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere, including strong supervisory skills.
6. First Aid, CPR and Lifeguard Training Required.
7. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel). Hytek, Team / Meet Manager Experience preferred, though not required.

Volleyball (Men's) Graduate Assistant Coach
Qualifications
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of 2017 SAU Registration required. Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program for fall semester 2017. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Previous volleyball coaching experience preferred, collegiate volleyball playing experience required. Assist the head coach in the day-to-day operations of a nationally competitive intercollegiate program, team travel, summer camps, public relations, film review, study halls and other administrative duties as assigned. Involves team travel and some overnight and weekend trips, as well as recruiting trips.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere, including strong supervisory skills.
6. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel)

CAMPUS RECREATION 
Qualifications
1. Earned Bachelor's degree.
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of SAU Registration required.
Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Previous experience in campus recreation preferred; other related experience will be considered.
4. Strong communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team-oriented atmosphere; is a self-starter, including strong supervisory and interpersonal skills.
6. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite

FINANCIAL AID
Qualifications
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of SAU Registration required.
Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Previous experience in working with individuals; other related experience will be considered.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work 20 hours per week in 4 hour blocks preferred
6. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Professional Development 
Qualifications
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of SAU Registration required.
3. Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
4. Initiative and the ability to work both independently and in collective process.
5. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
6. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere.
7. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Publisher, etc.)
8. 10 hours per week

RECORDS & REGISTRATION
Qualifications:
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of SAU Registration required.
3. Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
4. Previous experience in records office preferred; other related experience will be considered.
5. Strong communication, time management, and organizational skills.
6. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere.
7. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, etc.) Ellucian knowledge is a plus.
8. Scheduled-day hours

STUDENT ACTIVITIES / INTERCULTURAL LIFE
Qualifications:
1. Earned Bachelor's degree.
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of SAU Registration required.
Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Previous experience in Student Life preferred; other related experience will be considered.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere is a self-starter including strong supervisory skills.
6. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
7. Several weekend and evening hours will be required
8. Approximately 20 hours a week.

STUDENT DISABILITY SERVICES
Qualifications
1. Earned Bachelor's degree (prior to starting date).
2. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of SAU Registration required.
Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required.
3. Previous experience in working with individuals with disabilities preferred; other related experience will be considered.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere, including strong supervisory skills.
6. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Bookstore-Follett
Job Title: Store Manager II
Location: Davenport, IA 52803
Job Description:
Join the Follett Team where employees are valued, respected and offered career paths throughout its many campus locations.
Follett serves over half of the students in the United States, and works with 80,000 schools as a leading provider of education technology, services and print and digital content. We're higher education's largest campus retailer and a hub for school spirit and community as we operate nearly 1,200 local campus stores and over 1,600 virtual stores across the continent. We take pride in the fact that for more than 140 years, we have been helping to improve people's lives by supporting a lifetime of learning and education.
We are looking for a results-driven Retail Store Manager to be responsible for the overall store management at the St. Ambrose University Bookstore in Davenport, Iowa. In this role, the Store Manager is responsible for managing all functions of the bookstore including budgets and financial goals, service levels, policy administration, employment, supervision and development of store staff, maintenance of sales and inventory records. This role will also offer maximum exposure to all levels of management, including Regional Managers, and Group Vice Presidents in daily operations of the business. The successful candidate will be able to enhance customer satisfaction, meet sales and profitability goals and manage staff effectively.
If you are looking for an opportunity to work for an industry leader at a premier campus location, and want to pursue a rewarding career path, consider joining Follett, where employees are considered the cornerstone of Follett's business.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
• Manages and supervises store personnel including recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training, associate performance and salary reviews.
• Prepares and implements detailed plans for each department in regards to scheduling, budgets, floor plans, and staffing for Rush.
• Provides input on budget estimates for the year and analyzes store financials to determine store and department performance and adjusts unfavorable categories.
• Approves and analyzes store markups, markdowns and write-offs to ensure they are within company guidelines.
• Interfaces with customers, faculty, staff, administrators, vendors, and Home Office staff to exchange information.
• Provides outstanding customer service to a diverse customer base including faculty, students and staff.
• Builds on campus relationship with and works hand in hand with campus police regarding store security, employees, customers or store assets. Ensures the safety of company funds, assets, personnel, customers and property and adherence of policies.
• Seeks input from Regional Manager in developing saleable inventory plans to maintain proper levels to meet customer demand.

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