The University of Jamestown is currently accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant position with its campus ministries for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years. The successful candidate will report to the Chaplain and will assist with various administrative and spiritual formation aspects of the program. This is a 10-month assistantship with a start date of August 1st.

Bachelor’s degree and acceptance into a graduate program is required. The preferred candidate should have had active involvement in campus ministries. Additional requirements include strong communication, organizational, and supervisory skills, the ability to work well in a team environment, and the capacity to model mature, responsible leadership. The candidate must be willing to work weekends and holidays and travel as necessary. Applicants must submit to a criminal background check, subject to review and approval by The University of Jamestown.

Compensation Information

Full tuition, housing and the Block 150 Meal Plan (150 meals + $225 Jimmie Bucks per semester) are covered with this UJ Graduate Assistant position.

To apply

For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references to the Chaplain, Candace.Adams@uj.edu.

Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Consideration for the position is contingent upon successful admission to a graduate program. Interested candidates are encouraged to begin the admissions application immediately. The admissions process for the graduate school program is separate from the application for this position. For information about UJ’s graduate programs please visit uj.edu/academics.

The University of Jamestown is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

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1,100 students from 30 states and 20 countries
99%
(Undergraduate 2017)

Student to Faculty Ratio - 12:1

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