Job no: 493788
Full time/Part time: Part-time
Location: South Orange
Categories: Graduate Assistant
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist the Directors to foster the program:
• Keep regular office hours (20 per week). Answer phones and manage mail and email.
• Work with the Director of Programs on planning, implementing and promoting ongoing schedule of events and activities. Create and disseminate promotional materials, including news stories and e-blasts (emails to our constituent lists) and flyers. Assist in event set-up, attend events to record lectures, and post as necessary on website/social.
• Assist in the editing of the articles for the Faculty Summer Seminar, Lonergan Review, and Annual Newsletter. Maintain the Director’s scholarship on Bepress.com and e-Repository as needed.
• Manage and update the Center for Catholic Studies website, including news stories, ongoing announcements, calendar listings, forum threads, and any new resources. Also, maintain the Facebook and Flickr accounts.
• Update the CCS bulletin board in Fahy Hall (3rd floor) with creative pictures and designs, to help market the program, and promote upcoming events, and activities.
• Keep well-organized computer files that document activities and contacts of the Center. Maintain and update database of emails/contacts. Maintain all mailing lists in excel. Prepare labels for promotional mailings.
• Maintain program files and collect all program notices and publicity to maintain annual program binders.
• Work with other departments, especially the Catholic Studies Program, Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership, Department of Religion, School of Diplomacy and International Relations, and the Department of the CORE, among others, on promoting speakers and programs of mutual interest.
• Applicants must possess an understanding of and willingness to support the Seton Hall University Catholic mission.
• The Graduate Assistant for the Center for Catholic Studies should be someone with personal and technical skills who can further this program.
• Familiarity with editing web content is preferable, including familiarity with Common Spot, Wordpress, eRepository, Be Press, Digital Measures, and Google Scholar.
• Applicant must have strong writing and editing skills, and attention to detail.
• Knowledge of Outlook, Excel, and Word, and creativity with Microsoft Publisher or Adobe InDesign.
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