Please explore the graduate assistantship positions listed below, and carefully read through the job descriptions and application information linked to this website. Each individual office or department listed has an assistantship available for 2013-2014. Depending upon each candidate's qualifications, representatives of each office or department will be conducting interviews on-campus. Initially, application materials will be reviewed by these individual offices. If the candidates' skills and abilities are a match for the available positions, they will be contacted by that office to schedule an on-campus or telephone/SKYPE interview.
Candidates are encouraged to apply for as many graduate assistantships for which they are interested. Candidates should carefully review the information below regarding the interview process. Candidates should work directly with the contact people listed for the respective job description.
We will be holding interviews for all available positions the week of April 8-12, 2013. The Center for Campus Life will be conducting the majority of their interviews on Monday, April 8th and the Center for Residence Life will be conducting the majority of their interviews on Friday, April 12th between 9am and 5pm. If candidates are interested in multiple positions, the various Centers within the Student Affairs Division will do all that they can to collaborate and schedule multiple interviews all on the same day. As indicated above, candidates should work directly with the contact people listed for each position to schedule accordingly.
- Complete the online application linked at the bottom of this page. Be sure to upload all requested materials, and supply all requested information (i.e., telephone number, email address, references, essay questions).
- Priority for all positions will be given to applicants who apply by March 29, 2013, and participate in the Assistantship Interview Week April 8-12th, 2013.
- Applications for all departments will continue to be accepted until all positions are filled.
- Application materials will be reviewed individually by each office or department.
- If your application materials indicate that you are a potential candidate for the position, you may be contacted to schedule an interview.
- Personal interviews are strongly preferred; however, other interview methods may be scheduled for candidates who cannot travel to RIT (i.e., telephone, video relay, or SKYPE).
- If you have any questions about the graduate assistantships listed on this website, please contact the sponsoring office/department directly.
We wish you the best of luck throughout the application process!
Affairs Graduate Assistantship Opportunities for
- Club Center Finance Graduate Assistant (pdf)
- Office of Fraternity/Sorority Life Graduate Assistantship (pdf) (filled)
- Event Registration Graduate Assistant (pdf) (filled)
- Marketing and Communications (pdf) (filled)
- Graduate Assistant - Contracts (pdf) (filled)
- Graduate Assistant for Off-Campus Community Outreach (pdf)
- Club Administration (pdf) (filled)
- Operational and Staff Services (pdf)
- Vending and Building Management Services (pdf) (filled)
- Athletics Marketing (pdf) (filled)
- Tech Crew Administrative Assistant Graduate Assistant (pdf) (filled)
Center for Residence Life:
- Student Wellness Graduate Assistant (pdf) (filled)
International Student Services:
- Graduate Assistant Web and Graphic Designer (pdf) (filled)
- Orientation Graduate Assistant (pdf) (filled)
Center for Student Conduct:
- Student Conduct Graduate Assistant (pdf) (filled)
Assessment and Research for Student Affairs:
- Graduate Student Assistant (pdf) (filled)
Leadership Institute and Community Service Center:
- Community Service Center Graduate Assistant (pdf) (filled)
- RIT Leadership Institute Graduate Assistant (pdf) (filled)
New Student Orientation:
- Graduate Assistant (pdf) (filled)
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