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Continuous Recruitment Graduate Assistantship (1080-2022)

Qualifications

Must be in process of applying to, or be admitted to, the Master of Speech-Language Pathology graduate program. Preferred qualifications including being a full-time student, possess strong written and verbal communication skills, and strong UG academic achievement in communications disorders coursework.
Maintain program retention requirements.

Position Description

Graduate Teaching Assistants will be assigned as needed by Speech-Language Pathology faculty. Tasks may include supporting undergraduate instruction and retention, assisting program director and faculty with recruitment and other duties as assigned.  

Position Contact Information

Email:   schlebo@siue.edu

Campus Box 1147

Phone:  (618) 650-3677

Required Documents

The graduate teaching assistant application for the SLP Program is located on the Department of Applied Health's website under Internships/Teaching Assistantships. Please follow the link to the application: https://www.siue.edu/education/applied-health/student-resources/internships-assitantships.shtml 

 

Positions labeled as "Continuous Recruitment" are listed for hiring units to collect a pool of applicants that may be used for a future term. Because the hiring unit may not have an open position at all times, applicants should refrain from contacting the hiring unit regarding hiring decisions. Hiring units will initiate contact with applicants being considered for future openings. 

 

Voluntary GA Applicant Data Form

This form is used to gather applicant data by the Office of Equal Opportunity, Access, & Title IX Coordination at SIUE. This information cannot be viewed by units hiring Graduate Assistants. Completion of this form is not required and will not impact your chances of being hired for a Graduate Assistantship. This form is NOT an application for employment. To apply for a Graduate Assistant position, follow the instructions listed in the posting. 

 

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