SUNY Oswego

    Graduate Assistantship - 0371

    Department:   Office of Diversity and Inclusion

    Graduate Assistant - Pre-Professional
    20 Hours per Week 

    Unit/Division:  Institute for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Transformative Practice

    Semester(s) Graduate Assistant is Needed: Spring 2024

    Name of Person who will Supervise GA:  Anneke McEvoy

    Supervisor Job Title:  Deputy CDIO / AAO

    GA Supervisor Email:

    Number of Hours Expected to Work Each Week:  20

    Tuition and Stipend is $6250 per semester to be determined at hire. Must receive compensation in both Tuition and Stipend categories

    The date that the review process will start for applicants: 
    January 22, 2024

    The date we will make a final decision regarding the selection of the candidate for this position:  
    January 26, 2024 

    Location where GA will Report to Work:  Triandiflou Institute, 203 Penfield Library

    Job Description and Key Responsibilities including Virtual/Remote Expectations:
    25% of this position can be done remotely/virtually.
    Collaborate with departments and offices on educational programs for the general campus and specific initiatives for LGBTQ+ students, prioritizing the work of the LGBTQIA+ Implementation Team, All In Living/Learning Community, Triandiflou Institute, and PrideAlliance. Work with campus partners to develop programs that raise awareness about intersectionality of LGBTQIA+ identities and other marginalized identities and issues prioritizing Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Office of the Dean of Students, Health Services. Stay abreast of national trends, best practices, and current research in the field, aware of social movements, social media, related to LGBTQIA+ issues, policy, and legislation. Demonstrate knowledge of social justice issues with a focus on LGBTQIA+ inclusivity and belonging. Organize open forums or dialogue opportunities for ongoing understanding of LGBTQIA+ campus experience and needs. Employ Intergroup Dialogue and Restorative Practices in facilitating conversations, where appropriate. Develop regular forward-facing programming, ideally collaborating with faculty and/or staff, to amplify campus LGBTQIA+ experience. Assist with compiling materials and information relevant to Campus Pride Index application and membership. Assist with data collection as needed.
    List any Learning Outcomes related to the GAs Academic Program: Demonstrate professionalism by working inclusively. Evaluate diverse perspectives, and navigate the ambiguity and complexity that come with multiple perspectives. Describe various elements inherent to one's own identity and to other identities: history, values, politics, communication styles, economy, beliefs, practices, etc. Recognize and critically reflect upon one's own biases. Interrogate structures of power and institutions from the standpoint of identity.

    Any restrictions to the type of student who would be eligible? There is no restriction regarding who is eligible for this graduate assistantship, though applicants should have a strong interest in LGBTQIA+ issues. The individual taking this role must be willing and able to work 20 hours per week.

    What behavioral expectations do you have? For example, what is your preferred communication timeline for a GA who needs to call out sick?  The individual taking this role must be communicative and responsive to the best of their ability. It will be their responsibility to communicate with the supervisor immediately if they will be out for a day, if they are ill, etc.

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