MAPH Mentor Advising - provides personal, academic, and professional guidance for current MAPH students; holds regular office hours and offers availability by email for individual meetings.
Event Planning - plans and executes all program-wide events, including, Alumni Career Night, New Voices conference, Prom, graduation events, alumni reunion events, brown-bag lunch sessions, visiting author readings, 20 social hours, Campus Days etc.
Office Support - answers phones, cleans the office and lounge, makes copies, compiles Core Course materials, posts lectures, runs errands, manages databases, processes expense receipts, orders supplies, etc.; attends all staff meetings with Staff, Preceptors and Director.
Social Media Management - monitors listservs; maintains all social media accounts i.e. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts.
Facilitating Student Social Committee - facilitates acquisition of student government funds for social outings; collaborates with student committee to host events; attends all social committee-sponsored events.
Career and Alumni Support - executes events and streamlines access to resources (in cooperation with UChicago Grad); reviews job application materials and connects MAPH students with alumni.
Communications - corresponds with prospective students in person and via email; emails alums and students.
Assists teachers with aspects of the academic program. Instructs and provides counseling to students.
May help staff to plan and execute events.
Performs other related work as needed.
Masterâ™s degree in humanities with degree anticipated in Spring 2021.
Background in event planning.
Working knowledge with peer mentoring.
Writing, marketing and communication proficiency.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
Advanced writing and proofreading skills.
Skilled at providing critical review of written material with a view toward teaching rather than being punitive.Â
Teach a humanities core course.
Provide critical review of written material with a view towards teaching rather than being punitive.
MS office suite.
Familiarity with social media platforms.
Drupal content management system.
FileMaker or other database software or spreadsheets.
Manage events from start to finish.
Letter of Interest in this position (required)
Writing Sample (required)
Once contacted, candidate will be asked to provide grading comments on a sample student paper, graded within a one-hour time limit. (required)
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