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Oklahoma State University Student Affairs graduate teaching assistantships are filled during the Graduate Teach Assistant (GTA) Interview Days each year in March for summer and fall placement. A separate application form and interview is required for assistantship placements. The application requires a cover letter, resume and list of at least three references. For any questions for GTA Interview Day, please contact Matt Vu at matt.vu@okstate.edu or Tanya Massey at tanya.massey@okstate.edu.

 

For information about the HESA program

(http://education.okstate.edu/hesa/index.html), please contact Amber Manning-Ouellette (amber.manning-ouellette@okstate.edu). 

 

To apply and interview, please see position descriptions below and fill out the Application


Department of Housing & Residential Life

  • Assistant Residential Community Educator (ARCE), Single Student Housing

    The Assistant Residential Community Educator is responsible for the successful implementation, assessment and development of the residential curriculum. ARCE'S are also responsible for the holistic development and creation of a community oriented towards the academic and social education of residents. Daily work includes implementation of a residential curriculum, emphasizing Student Learning, Community Living, and Student Leadership. This curriculum is facilitated by paraprofessional staff that are hired, trained, supervised and evaluated by the ARCE. Additionally, the ARCE performs administrative duties congruent with maintaining community standards, and a safe and secure environment. The ARCE will be responsible for creating community in the residence halls and reaching out to each resident within their areas. They will also reside within the halls, facilitating interactions and providing residents greater access and increased connection. Performs administrative tasks necessary for operations within the assigned building; maintains office hours outside meeting times. 

     

    Position Overview: The Department of Housing and Residential Life (HRL) hosts 24, 0.5 FTE Graduate Teaching Assistant positions within Residential Living and Residential Learning. While the specific job duties vary, each of our GTA positions are designed to provide staff with curriculum development and implementation, leadership development; management of a program or building; crisis response; and community standards education.

    Many of these positions also serve as a community standards educator, include a supervisory component and provides on call response for the crisis management within the residence halls. Graduate Teaching Assistants also serve as a member of Departmental Committees for Social Justice Initiatives, Alternative Spring Break, Late Night Programming or Curriculum Assessment.

     

    Requirements: All positions require a Bachelor’s Degree and admittance to a graduate program. Some positions may require an early summer start date.

     

    Remuneration:

    Stipend:  $1,100.00 per month

    Room:  On Campus Apartment, including basic cable and utilities

    University Dining Plan:  $1,000.00 / semester and pro-rated for summer term

    Tuition:  In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver

    Professional Development:  Regional Conference Attendance

     

    **Every graduate teaching assistant is given an online subscription to the Talking Stick and the ACUHO-I Library to further increase professional development. The Talking Stick is a publication of the Association of College and University Housing Officers—International (ACUHO-I). Additionally, GTA’s have access to the Chronicle of Higher Education at various locations throughout the department.

    “Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.”

  • Assistant Residential Community Educator (ARCE), Enrollment Management

    The Assistant Residential Community Educator for Enrollment Management is responsible for the successful oversight, implementation, and guest experience of the HRL tours.   The ARCE is also responsible for the staffing and training related to front desk customer service responsibilities in the main housing office. Hire, train, supervise, and evaluate 12-15 student staff members.   Daily work includes implementation of customer service expectations, scheduling daily, group and academic talent tours; all while emphasizing the benefits of living on campus. ARCE will be available for Saturday and evening events where the “face” of the department may be needed to highlight to on campus experience.   Additionally, the ARCE perform administrative duties congruent with maintaining tour experience standards, and safe and secure rooms within our tour spaces. They will also reside within the halls, facilitating interaction and providing residents greater access and increased connection. Performs administrative tasks necessary for operations within the assigned area; maintains office hours outside meeting times. 


    Position Overview: The Department of Housing and Residential Life (HRL) hosts 24, 0.5 FTE Graduate Teaching Assistant positions within Residential Living and Residential Learning. While the specific job duties vary, each of our GTA positions are designed to provide staff with curriculum development and implementation, leadership development; management of a program or building; crisis response; and community standards education.
    Many of these positions also serve as a community standards educator, include a supervisory component and provides on call response for the crisis management within the residence halls. Graduate Teaching Assistants also serve as a member of Departmental Committees for Social Justice Initiatives, Alternative Spring Break, Late Night Programming or Curriculum Assessment.
    Requirements: All positions require a Bachelor’s Degree and admittance to a graduate program. Some positions may require an early summer start date.


    Remuneration:
    Stipend:  $1,100.00 per month
    Room:  On Campus Apartment, including basic cable and utilities
    University Dining Plan:  $1,000.00 / semester and pro-rated for summer term

    Tuition:  In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver
    Professional Development:  Regional Conference Attendance


    **Every graduate teaching assistant is given an online subscription to the Talking Stick and the ACUHO-I Library to further increase professional development. The Talking Stick is a publication of the Association of College and University Housing Officers—International (ACUHO-I). Additionally, GTA’s have access to the Chronicle of Higher Education at various locations throughout the department.
    “Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.”

  • Assistant Coordinator for Student Success (ACSS) Leadership Initiatives

    The Assistant Coordinator for Student Success works to develop and advise the students within the Residence Halls Association (RHA) and National Residence Halls Honorary (NRHH).  This position directly advises, as well as provides general administration to the RHA programming board. Additionally, this position also co-advises delegations that attend National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) and National Association of Campus Activities (NACA), both regional and national conferences.  This position directly advises the following executive officers in RHA and NRHH providing individual attention and weekly meetings with each officer: RHA Vice President of Involvement, RHA Vice President of Marketing, RHA Vice President of Programming, NRHH Vice President of Service, and NRHH Vice President of Recognition.  Supervises the Residential Engagement Office staff.  This position maintains office hours outside meeting times.

     

    Position Overview: The Department of Housing and Residential Life (HRL) hosts 24, 0.5 FTE Graduate Teaching Assistant positions within Residential Living and Residential Learning. While the specific job duties vary, each of our GTA positions are designed to provide staff with curriculum development and implementation, leadership development; management of a program or building; crisis response; and community standards education.

    Many of these positions also serve as a community standards educator, include a supervisory component and provides on call response for the crisis management within the residence halls. Graduate Teaching Assistants also serve as a member of Departmental Committees for Social Justice Initiatives, Alternative Spring Break, Late Night Programming or Curriculum Assessment.

     

    Requirements: All positions require a Bachelor’s Degree and admittance to a graduate program. Some positions may require an early summer start date.

     

    Remuneration:

    Stipend:  $1,100.00 per month

    Room:  On Campus Apartment, including basic cable and utilities

    University Dining Plan:  $1,000.00 / semester and pro-rated for summer term

    Tuition:  In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver

    Professional Development:  Regional Conference Attendance

     

    **Every graduate teaching assistant is given an online subscription to the Talking Stick and the ACUHO-I Library to further increase professional development. The Talking Stick is a publication of the Association of College and University Housing Officers—International (ACUHO-I). Additionally, GTA’s have access to the Chronicle of Higher Education at various locations throughout the department.

    “Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.”

  • Assistant Desk Operations Supervisor (ADOS)

    The Assistant Desk Operations Supervisor is responsible for managing at least two 12-hour service desks, including hiring, training, supervising, and evaluating 20-25 desk clerks. The ADOS will work with the Desk Operations Supervisor to ensure successful desk operations that provide outstanding customer service meeting the needs of their residents. This position will require frequent student contact and presence at the desk and an understanding of departmental and Facilities Management policies and procedures. In addition, the ADOS will work administratively to support the operations of the central Housing and Residential Life office, primarily with occupancy management. The ADOS will assist in reviewing room closures, room rates, and staff and Athletics assignments. The ADOS will also be able to assist with developing, managing, and implementing StarRez portal projects. In addition, the ADOS will provide backup in the absence of the Office Manager or other administrative support staff. This position will report directly to the Desk Operations Supervisor with functional supervision provided by administrative support staff within Iba Hall.

     

    Position Overview: The Department of Housing and Residential Life (HRL) hosts 24, 0.5 FTE Graduate Teaching Assistant positions within Residential Living and Residential Learning. While the specific job duties vary, each of our GTA positions are designed to provide staff with curriculum development and implementation, leadership development; management of a program or building; crisis response; and community standards education.

    Many of these positions also serve as a community standards educator, include a supervisory component and provides on call response for the crisis management within the residence halls. Graduate Teaching Assistants also serve as a member of Departmental Committees for Social Justice Initiatives, Alternative Spring Break, Late Night Programming or Curriculum Assessment.

     

    Requirements: All positions require a Bachelor’s Degree and admittance to a graduate program. Some positions may require an early summer start date.

     

    Remuneration:

    Stipend:  $1,100.00 per month

    Room:  On Campus Apartment, including basic cable and utilities

    University Dining Plan:  $1,000.00 / semester and pro-rated for summer term

    Tuition:  In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver

    Professional Development:  Regional Conference Attendance

     

    **Every graduate teaching assistant is given an online subscription to the Talking Stick and the ACUHO-I Library to further increase professional development. The Talking Stick is a publication of the Association of College and University Housing Officers—International (ACUHO-I). Additionally, GTA’s have access to the Chronicle of Higher Education at various locations throughout the department.

    “Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.”

  • Assistant Coordinator for Student Success - LLPs & Curriculum (ACSS)

    The Assistant Coordinator for Student Success works to develop and promote the Living Learning Programs (LLP) of Housing and Residential Life. This position advises the LLP Community Mentors and coordinates with the LLP partners on events, programs, and services for LLP students. Assist in training faculty associates, faculty fellows, and program coordinators in living learning programs. Assist in the ongoing development and implementation of the residential curriculum. Assist in the curriculum development for living-learning communities. Assist with the development of content for marketing, promotion, and assessment of the residential curriculum, living learning programs, and student success initiatives with various sources such as web media, brochures, newsletters, etc. Weekly attendance at evening events expected in addition to weekly scheduled hours.

     

    Position Overview: The Department of Housing and Residential Life (HRL) hosts 24, 0.5 FTE Graduate Teaching Assistant positions within Residential Living and Residential Learning. While the specific job duties vary, each of our GTA positions are designed to provide staff with curriculum development and implementation, leadership development; management of a program or building; crisis response; and community standards education.

    Many of these positions also serve as a community standards educator, include a supervisory component and provides on call response for the crisis management within the residence halls. Graduate Teaching Assistants also serve as a member of Departmental Committees for Social Justice Initiatives, Alternative Spring Break, Late Night Programming or Curriculum Assessment.

     

    Requirements: All positions require a Bachelor’s Degree and admittance to a graduate program. Some positions may require an early summer start date.

     

    Remuneration:

    Stipend:  $1,100.00 per month

    Room:  On Campus Apartment, including basic cable and utilities

    University Dining Plan:  $1,000.00 / semester and pro-rated for summer term

    Tuition:  In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver

    Professional Development:  Regional Conference Attendance

     

    **Every graduate teaching assistant is given an online subscription to the Talking Stick and the ACUHO-I Library to further increase professional development. The Talking Stick is a publication of the Association of College and University Housing Officers—International (ACUHO-I). Additionally, GTA’s have access to the Chronicle of Higher Education at various locations throughout the department.

    “Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.”

  • Assistant Coordinator for Student Success for Conduct (ACSS)

    The ACSS for Conduct adjudicates conduct cases originating from the residence halls, assists the Student Success Coordinator with policy education, enforcement, updating Residence Life policies, and processing incident reports. Serves on the Sexual Violence Prevention Committee and Wellness Committee. Assists in training student and professional staff on community standards, policy enforcement, and conduct case management. This position lives on campus would also serve on the on-call rotation.

     

    Position Overview: The Department of Housing and Residential Life (HRL) hosts 24, 0.5 FTE Graduate Teaching Assistant positions within Residential Living and Residential Learning. While the specific job duties vary, each of our GTA positions are designed to provide staff with curriculum development and implementation, leadership development; management of a program or building; crisis response; and community standards education.

    Many of these positions also serve as a community standards educator, include a supervisory component and provides on call response for the crisis management within the residence halls. Graduate Teaching Assistants also serve as a member of Departmental Committees for Social Justice Initiatives, Alternative Spring Break, Late Night Programming or Curriculum Assessment.

     

    Requirements: All positions require a Bachelor’s Degree and admittance to a graduate program. Some positions may require an early summer start date.

     

    Remuneration:

    Stipend:  $1,100.00 per month

    Room:  On Campus Apartment, including basic cable and utilities

    University Dining Plan:  $1,000.00 / semester and pro-rated for summer term

    Tuition:  In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver

    Professional Development:  Regional Conference Attendance

     

    **Every graduate teaching assistant is given an online subscription to the Talking Stick and the ACUHO-I Library to further increase professional development. The Talking Stick is a publication of the Association of College and University Housing Officers—International (ACUHO-I). Additionally, GTA’s have access to the Chronicle of Higher Education at various locations throughout the department.

    “Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.”


Department of Leadership & Campus Life

  • CampusLink/Student Organizations

    Responsibilities:

    • Assist departmental staff in teaching/ presentation obligations
    • Assist departmental staff with or coordinate individual assessment and research projects
    • Participate in at least one meaningful professional development program each year including but not limited to presenting or volunteering at an approved conference or publishing an article or column in a field publication or academic journal
    • Maintain membership in at least one professional organization
    • Work with fellow GTAs from Campus Life to recruit, interview, select, and train future GTAs for Campus Life
    • Complete experience through internships available in a number of Interest Areas

    Reporting Relationship:

    • The individual selected for the CampusLink/Student Organizations focus area shall report to the Assistant Director of Campus Life

    Length of Assistantship:

    • The assistantship shall be guaranteed for up to 12 months with the opportunity of a second term, if agreeable to both the Graduate Teaching Assistant and the Assistant Director for Campus Life

    Compensation

    • Stipend: $1150/month for 20 hours/week
    • Tuition: In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver
    • Graduate-level membership in one approved professional organization

    • Optional health insurance program

    • Potential for assistance to travel to professional conferences depending on budget

    Qualifications:

    • Admission to a graduate-level program at Oklahoma State University
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as the ability to relate to diverse populations are required for this position.
    • Experience in student activities, campus life programs (especially with co-curricular programming), and research activities preferred
    • Preference will be given to those students pursuing advanced degrees in Higher Education Administration, College Student Development, Occupational and Adult Education, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, Business Administration, or other appropriate field of study.

    Focus Area Responsibilities:

    • Teach CampusLink/student involvement component of freshmen orientation courses
    • Assist Department in upkeep of student organization database (CampusLink),
    • Coordinate workshops and seminars for student organization officers and advisor’s, including President and Advisor’s Workshop, Legal Issues Workshop, Student Organization Fair etc.
    • Assist the Department with development of online training tools to enhance the leadership skills of student organization officers and members.
    • Assist Campus Life in research and assessment activities related to student organizations, including assessing retention and GPA data related to co-curricular involvement
  • Center for Ethical Leadership - McKnight Scholars Leadership Program

    Responsibilities:

    • Assist departmental staff in teaching obligations
    • Assist in the scoring of all scholarship applicants and help with the selection process
    • Assist in developing the scholarship program for all McKnight Scholars
    • Assist departmental staff with or coordinate individual assessment and research projects
    • Participate in at least one meaningful professional development program each year including but not limited to presenting or volunteering at an approved conference or publishing an article or column in a field publication or academic journal
    • Maintain membership in at least one professional organization
    • Work with fellow GTAs from Campus Life to recruit, interview, select, and train future GTAs for Campus Life
    • Work on a 0.5 FTE-basis with selected Focus Area
    • Assist and attend the study abroad course during the summer

    Reporting Relationship:

    • The individual selected for the Ethical Leadership Programs Focus Area will report to the Director of the Center for Ethical Leadership

    Length of Assistantship:

    • The assistantship shall be guaranteed for up to 12 months with the opportunity of a second term, if agreeable to both the Graduate Teaching Assistant and the Assistant Director for Campus Life

    Compensation:

    • Stipend: $1150/month for 20 hours/week

    • Tuition: In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver

    • Optional health insurance program

    • Potential for assistance to travel to professional conferences depending on budget

    Qualifications:

    • Admission to a graduate-level program at Oklahoma State University
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as the ability to relate to diverse populations are required for this position.
    • Experience in student activities, campus life programs (especially with co-curricular programming), and research activities preferred
    • Preference will be given to those students pursuing advanced degrees in Higher Education Administration, College Student Development, Occupational and Adult Education, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, Business Administration, or other appropriate field of study.

    Additional Qualifications:

    • Previous members of McKnight Scholars Leadership Program given first priority

    Focus Area Responsibilities:

    • Assist the Director of the Center for Ethical Leadership with instruction and program development of the McKnight Scholars Leadership Program
    • Assist with the planning and implementation of various leadership programs for The Center for Ethical Leadership
  • Student Volunteer Center

    Responsibilities:

    • Assist departmental staff in teaching/ presentation obligations
    • Assist departmental staff with or coordinate individual assessment and research projects
    • Participate in at least one meaningful professional development program each year including but not limited to presenting or volunteering at an approved conference or publishing an article or column in a field publication or academic journal
    • Maintain membership in at least one professional organization
    • Work with fellow GTAs from Campus Life to recruit, interview, select, and train future GTAs for Campus Life
    • Complete experience through internships available in a number of Interest Areas

    Reporting Relationship:

    • The individual selected for the Student Volunteer Center focus area will report to the Coordinator of the Student Volunteer Center

    Length of Assistantship:

    • The assistantship shall be guaranteed for up to 12 months with the opportunity of a second term, if agreeable to both the Graduate Teaching Assistant and the Assistant Director for Campus Life

    Compensation:

    • Stipend: $1150/month for 20 hours/week

    • Tuition: In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver

    • Graduate-level membership in one approved professional organization

    • Optional health insurance program

    • Potential for assistance to travel to professional conferences depending on budget

    Qualifications:

    • Admission to a graduate-level program at Oklahoma State University
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as the ability to relate to diverse populations are required for this position.
    • Experience in student activities, campus life programs (especially with co-curricular programming), and research activities preferred
    • Preference will be given to those students pursuing advanced degrees in Higher Education Administration, College Student Development, Occupational and Adult Education, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, Business Administration, or other appropriate field of study.

    Focus Area Responsibilities:

    • Present Student Volunteer component for all freshmen orientation courses
    • Assist the Coordinator in program development and distribution of service opportunities on and off campus
    • Handle inquiries, including walk-ins and telephone customers
    • Promote volunteerism on the OSU campus and in the community
    • Assist students with the CampusLink volunteer hours reporting system
    • Assist Coordinator with research related to civic engagement and volunteer activities at OSU
    • Assist Coordinator in advising SVC Student Ambassadors
    • Attend SVC Student Ambassador meetings
  • Fraternity/Sorority Programming & Shows

    Responsibilities:

    • Assist Campus Life staff with instruction of freshmen orientation courses or Center for Ethical Leadership staff with leadership minor courses and/or leadership development courses.
    • Assist Fraternity & Sorority Affairs staff by serving as the primary advisor to Freshman Follies, Varsity Revue, & Spring Sing. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: supervising the student leaders involved in each production; ensuring participant eligibility; attending all related meetings (Steering, Walkarounds, Rehearsals, etc.); overseeing the event budgets and contracts; and managing marketing efforts (project requests, proofs, etc.).
    • Oversee and administer the social media presence of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs.
    • Assist Fraternity & Sorority Affairs staff by working summer Orientation and Enrollment events.
    • Assist with advisement of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs programs including Greek Discovery Day, Council Officers’ Retreat, Chapter Officers’ Retreat, all training and development, etc.
    • Campus Life assignments, as necessary.
    • Some weekend and evening responsibilities as needed

    Reporting Relationship:

    • The individual selected as the Graduate Teaching Assistant for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs shall report to Casey Domnick, the Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs. This individual will also provide assistance to the Administrative Support Specialist in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs as needed.

    Length of Assistantship:

    • The assistantship shall be for 12 months with opportunity of a second term, if agreeable to both the Graduate Assistant and the Manager of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs. Must work at least one summer in OF&SA during Assistantship.

    Compensation:

    • The compensation for this position shall be $1150 per month (20 hours per week) for 12 months.
    • Out of State portion of tuition may be waived for qualified candidates.
    • Tuition portion of classes listed on Plan of Study waived.
    • Optional health insurance program.

    Qualifications:

    • Admission into a Graduate Program at Oklahoma State University.
    • Preference will be given to those students pursuing advanced degrees in Higher Education Administration, College Student Development, Occupational and Adult Education, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, Business Administration or other appropriate field of study.
    • Membership in a National Greek Lettered Organization is preferable but not required.
    • Good oral and written communication skills as well as ability to relate to diverse populations are required for this position.
    • Experience in Student Activities/Campus Life (especially with co-curricular programming) as well as an understanding of the fraternal movement’s purposes and their relationship within the University Community is highly desirable.

College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology (CEAT)

  • Student Retention Services

    Responsibilities

    • Manage Academic Alert Report – contact CEAT students, who have been issued academic alerts, and provide resources for student success.
    • Assist in reaching out to CEAT freshmen with low mid-term GPAs to provide encouragement and support.
    • Provide support to the Coordinator of Student Retention Services in the management the following CEAT retention programs:
      • Parker Hall Living Learning Program (LLP)
      • Peer Mentor Program
      • Tutoring Program
      • Freshman Diploma Program
    • Assist CEAT Student Academic Services staff with various student engagement events throughout the academic year. 

    Direct Supervisor

    • The individual selected for this position will report to the Coordinator of Student Retention Services within CEAT Student Academic Services.

    Qualifications

    • Must have a Bachelor’s Degree and be admitted to an OSU graduate program.
    • Have experience in (and a passion for) working with undergraduate student populations.
    • Understand the importance of sincere, meaningful, and strategic interactions.

    Duration and Compensation

    • Length: 2020-21 Academic Year (fall and spring semesters with possible summer opportunity)
    • Hours per week: 20 (0.5 FTE)
    • Stipend: $2,000 per month
    • Tuition: In- and Out-of-State Tuition Waiver
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