Friday, May 15, 2009

Job Posting: Director of Information Technology

Graduate and Professional Student Association
Associated Students of Arizona State University
Job Posting: Director of Information Technology
GPSA is currently searching for a Director of Information Technology to serve during the 2009-2010 academic year. GPSA seeks individuals who are highly motivated to improve graduate students life at Arizona State University by managing and coordinating GPSA’s online and electronic presence.
This director will monitor, update, and develop information technology for the Graduate & Professional Student Association including but not limited to: the GPSA website, the GPSA discussion board, and meeting technology. Responsibilities will include updating the GPSA website as needed and/or requested by GPSA executive officers, moderating the GPSA discussion board, managing the GPSA wiki entry, GPSA twitter site, and running the electronic recording system during GPSA assembly meetings. This position reports directly to the President of GPSA. Responsibilities may shift throughout the year to remain aligned with the GPSA mission. Applicants should be able to keep a limited number of set office hours at the GPSA office and attend all GPSA assembly meetings as part of their job.
Required Qualifications: Applicants must have earned an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution and be currently enrolled in a graduate program at Arizona State University. Applicants must remain enrolled in a graduate program for the entire 2009-2010 academic year.
Qualified individuals will have experience in web design, and other computing technologies, commitment to serving the graduate student community, and can demonstrate being proactive in identifying potential problems and/or improvements to GPSA technology. Since this job will work closely with the Executive Director of Communication and Campus Relations, the qualified applicant should be able to interface with the graduate student community at ASU. This position is primarily a service position; however GPSA does offer a small stipend (pending re-approval by the GPSA Assembly in August). Total stipend is $5,000 with a pay period end date of May 2010. Starting date of the job is flexible but will not start prior to July 1, 2009. Stipend will be paid in biweekly installments and payable through the ASU payroll system. If you have a 1/2 time TA/RA/GA, you will need to obtain an override for the number of hours you will be working from the graduate college. Applicants should expect to work at least 5 hours per week on average.
Information on how to apply:

Please submit a 1 page cover letter detailing and highlighting your achievements and qualifications as well as your resume or current curriculum vitae to Justin P. Boren, GPSA President at jpb@asu.edu. E-mail will be the only acceptable method of applying for this position.

Application Deadline: May 22, 2009 at 5:00pm. Interviews will be scheduled during the last week of May and the first week of June, 2009.

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