Jobs and other funding opportunities
National Library of Medicine Associate Fellowship Application Now Open
The National Library of Medicine Associate Fellowship is a one-year residency program (with an optional second year) for recent library science graduates interested in a career in health sciences librarianship. The program combines curriculum and project work and is located at the National Library of Medicine on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland
The Associate Fellowship provides knowledge and skills in project work ranging from:
- Data analysis of programs and services such as extramural grants, indexed journal articles, controlled vocabularies, datasets, and customer inquiries
- Creation of online tutorials and educational awareness videos
- Social media outreach
- And more, including legislative tracking, web site enhancement, disaster information outreach studies, and review of next generation discovery interfaces
More information can be found here.
Student Financial Services is seeking Graduate Student Interns
More information can be found here.
CSULB is seeking an Assistant Professor for Art Education
The School of Art at California State University, Long Beach is searching for an individual with excellence in teaching Art Education theory and pedagogy at the undergraduate and graduate level. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Art Education, or Ed.D. in Education with an Art emphasis Degree at time of application. This is a tenure-track teaching position. Review of applications to begin November 15, 2017.
Preferred qualifications include:
- Demonstrated effectiveness in working with/teaching new technologies and new media in Art Education.
- Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching community-based practices and global issues in Art Education.
- Evidence of comprehensive knowledge of contemporary art.
- Demonstrated excellence for conducting scholarly research in the field.
- Demonstrated effectiveness in developing a record of scholarly publication and/or exhibitions.
More information regarding the position and how to apply can be found here.
International Programs – Global Learning is seeking a part-time clerical worker
Summary of Duties:
10-15 hours/week, open until filled. Under direct supervision complete clerical assignments to support office programming. Responsibilities include using a specialized software database to run queries to track progress of faculty/students, exporting data into Excel, updating information accessible to public in the software, and sending mass email through the software system. Utilizing Excel to track data, compile data reports, and transfer (copy & paste) information from varied sources into standardized office templates in Excel. Perform other basic clerical tasks, such as updating communication templates, sending/responding to email, printing/cutting materials, convert documents into PDF/Excel, and scanning documents when needed. Use written procedures to accomplish tasks.
- Intermediate/Advanced Excel proficiency
- Demonstrated organizational skills and attention to detail
- Strong communication (verbal & written) and problem solving skills
- Available to work up to 15 hours per work
- Demonstrated ability to accomplish tasks independently
- Previous experience working with databases
- Demonstrated ability prioritizing tasks
- Ability to focus in a highly trafficked work space
- Familiarity of query-based software programs
- Previous experience with data collection and reporting
Applicant Instructions: Submit resume, cover letter, and contact information for at least 3 references. Clearly articulate how you meet the required qualifications. Graduate students and non-students are encouraged to apply. Submit documents via email to Anjie Bertramson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Student applicants: Tuition waivers are not available.