Opportunities at UCIS

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Staff and Faculty Opportunities


CLAS Administrative and Program Assistant

The Administrative and Program Assistant at the Center for Latin American Studies will provide administrative support. Primary duties include analyzing and organizing operations for CLAS, handling confidential and timely materials, scheduling appointments for the staff, making travel arrangements for staff and students on CLAS-sponsored programs, processing payments and reimbursements, distributing mail, handling foreign visitors and other duties assigned by the Associate Director.
This is a full-time, in-person position.


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Executive Director of Global Communications

The Executive Director of Global Communications directs marketing and communications strategies and outreach within a business unit and adheres to University vision, strategy, branding, and guiding principles. This individual will be a leader who has considerable independent initiative as well the ability to engage and collaborate with a wide variety of colleagues and vendors with different skills and roles. The Executive Director will have to translate institutional mission and priorities into a vision for global communications; build that vision out into an actionable strategic plan; seek and engage collaborators; and see initiatives through to conclusion. In order to fill a variety of needs in a variety of settings, this person needs to be a communications and marketing generalist, conversant in the principles of many specialties. The Executive Director will do best if they have the curiosity, appreciation, and adaptability to thrive in a variety of cultures.
This is a hybrid, full-time position.


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Student Opportunities


Global Partnerships Intern

We are seeking a student worker to assist our Global Partnerships & Partner Engagement Team. The primary responsibility of this role is focused on global engagement data entry into the newly implemented MoveON system, ensuring accuracy and completeness of data.
The position requires 10 hours of remote work, at $15/hour.


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GSC Student Ambassador

The Global Studies Center is seeking dedicated and motivated undergraduate students enrolled in a GSC academic program. As a Global Studies Student Ambassador, you will play a vital role in promoting GSC's academic offerings, providing technical support for digital portfolios, contributing to data collection efforts, assisting with career networking initiatives, and participating in guest lectures.
The position requires 10 hours of in-person work, at $12/hour.


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CAS Communications Assistant and Researcher

The Center for African Studies is seeking a student worker. They will be responsible for a range of office support tasks, including but not limited to creating online content, increasing center engagement, and coordinate market and peer institute research.
The position requires 10-15 hours of hybrid work, at $15/hour.


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Program Assistant

The Center for Ethnic Studies Research is seeking undergraduate students to serve as a program assistant for the CESR's flagship programs and research initiatives. Their responsibilities range from conducting research for projects and programs, assisting with digital marketing and social media, organizing and setting up for programming in the spring incubator, preparing content and digital assets, and contributing support for the Latinx Connect conference. Applicants must have a demonstrated interest in Ethnic Studies, Africana Studies, Latinx Studies, and/or Asian American Studies. 
The position requires 8-10 hours of hybrid work, at $15/hour.


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Asian Studies Center Student Workers

The Asian Studies Center is currently accepting applications for several student worker openings for the 2023-24 academic year. All positions are for Asian Studies certificate students (or those planning on becoming an AS certificate student, in certain cases). Each role is part-time at 10 hours per week, with a rate of $12/hour.

Student Global Ambassador

The Student Global Ambassador will assist the ASC Assistant Director for Academic Affairs with recruiting, orientation, and other aspects of the undergraduate programs of the Asian Studies Center. Work hours will vary depending on the University schedule for recruitment events. The Ambassador may be asked to work on weekends and evenings. The Ambassador selected must enjoy working with undergraduates and be able to relate to their needs.

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Chinese Language Social Media Intern

The Chinese Language Social Media Intern will assist the ASC Associate Director and staff in the development and oversight of China-related social media and communications. In addition to developing and maintaining China-related social media, the intern will also support grant development and statistics research, coordinate alumni retention efforts, and help with Mandarin/English translation as requested. The intern must be fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese.

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