Staff and Faculty Opportunities
The Director's Office is seeking a highly organized, detailed-oriented, and proactive individual to serve as the Executive Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Global Affairs and Director of the University Center for International Studies. The incumbent will play a pivotal role in providing comprehensive administrative support to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the Vice Chancellor in their strategic initiatives and daily operations. Successful applicants should demonstrate political savviness by effectively navigating institutional dynamics, engaging stakeholders, exercising influence and persuasion, maintaining discretion, fostering cultural sensitivity, strategic networking, conflict resolution, awareness of geopolitical issues, and ethical leadership. This is a hybrid position, $42000-$53,000. Learn more here.
Asian Studies Administrative Coordinator
The Asian Studies Center is seeking a proactive and organized individual to fill the role of Administrative Coordinator. Key responsibilities include analyzing and optimizing center operations, managing budgets, handling confidential materials, processing payments and procurement, scheduling appointments, and assisting in grant management. This position is fully on-campus, $17.74-$20 per hour. Learn more here.
We are also seeking someone to fill this position immediately on a temporary basis. If successful, this temporary position could lead to regular employment. Please apply here if interested.
ASEEES Financial and Administrative Assistant
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking a part-time (30 hours per week) Finance and Administrative Assistant. This dual role will require a versatile professional capable of handling financial tasks as well as providing administrative support. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, possess, and have a strong understanding of financial processes. This position is fully on-campus, $20-$23 per hour. Learn more here.
Latin American Studies Ambassador (Fall 2024)
The Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) is seeking 3-4 Student Ambassadors to assist the Assistant Director for Academic Affairs with recruiting, orientation, and other aspects of the undergraduate programs in Latin American Studies. The incumbent will be asked to make classroom presentations about CLAS and to represent Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies at various events on campus. Ambassadors must be able to speak comfortably in front of a large groups, proficiency in Spanish or Portugese is preferred. This is a fully on-campus position, $12 per hour. Learn more here.