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Graduate Assistantship Position

Posting No: GS15-4000
Hiring Unit: College of Arts and Sciences: Departments

Art & Design (1774), Biological Sciences (1651), Black Studies (1608), Chemistry (1652), English Language and Literature (1431), Environmental Sciences (1099), Foreign Languages and Literature (1432), Geography (1459), Historical Studies (1454), Mass Communications (1775), Mathematics & Statistics (1653), Music (1771), Public Administration and Policy Analysis (1457), Sociology and Criminal Justice Studies (1455), Social Work (1450), Speech Communication (1772), Theater and Dance (1777), University Museums (1150), Women's Studies (1350), and Dean's Office (1608)

Category: General, Research, Teaching

Job Description: Assist or teach in the areas/disciplines listed above; assist professors/research; assist with administrative tasks; other related duties

Qualifications Required: Applicants ordinarily will have undergraduate degree in one of the respective areas, must be admitted to graduate program. Contact individual departments for additional requirements.

Period of Appointment: Variable: academic or semester, AY 2013-2014 and summer semester 2014

Salary: First year, 50% appointment, $896-$1234; first year 25% appointment, $395-$553

Number of Openings: Differs by department

Closing Date For Applications: : Review of applications will begin on the date indicated and continue until all positions are filled.

Fall Semester 2014: 3/1/2014*

Spring Semester 2015: 10/1/2014

Summer Semester 2015: 3/1/2015

*English Language and Literature applications will be reviewed beginning 2/1/2014


Submit: Letter of application, resume, and three letters of recommendation to appropriate department chair from the above department listing. Mail to:

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Campus Box (use appropriate box # listed in hiring unit)
Edwardsville, IL 62026

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