CLUE Student Assistant Position Description
CLUE (Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment) is the UW’s largest late night tutoring center. We are housed in Mary Gates Hall within UAA (Undergraduate Academic Affairs). We focus on higher-order thinking and supporting students to become independent learners. Our tutors emphasize the process of learning and skill building, not just content expertise. We value teamwork and strive to develop a growth mindset in the students with whom we work.
We at CLUE also strive to create a diverse academic environment that is inclusive of students and staff of different social, economic, cultural, ideological, racial and ethnic backgrounds. By doing so, we hope to foster a sense of community among our students and staff.
For more information on our programs, please visit our website http://webster.uaa.washington.edu/asp/website/.
CLUE is currently hiring 2 Student Assistants to support the daily operations. These positions are expected to work during the academic year (September – June) and will play an important role in ensuring CLUE’s 300+ nightly participants are receiving tutoring and the program is running smoothly.
Under the supervision of ASP’s CLUE Program Manager, the Student Assistant will have the following responsibilities:
● Serve as the first point of contact for evening CLUE programming.
● Support the daily operations of CLUE.
● Support front desk managers with the setup and breakdown of the center.
● Assist with the recruitment, hiring, and training of ASE tutors for drop-in, discussion session and exam reviews offered by CLUE.
● Coordinate with the program manager on the scheduling of all exam reviews.
● Coordinate communication with student groups to help with outreach emails to students.
● Create and edit promotional materials such as flyers, announcements, emails, etc. to advertise and promote CLUE services throughout campus through the use of Internet and social media, updating the website and communicating through Facebook, Twitter, etc.
● Assist in the implementation of changes and improvements to ASP programming to support evolving student needs and streamline operations.
● Maintain the unit storage room.
● Track, store, maintain, and manage CLUE technology, with the support of UAA IT staff, such as laptops, surfaces, and check-in systems.
● Be present during CLUE hours to support tutors and students.
● Offer creative innovation as needed.
● Other duties as assigned.
● Bachelor’s Degree.
● 1 – 2 years office operations experience and or customer service.
● Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work collaboratively with students, faculty, staff, and personnel in a host of other departments and programs on campus.
● Detail oriented with strong management and organizational skills
● Bring humor, creativity, and a strong work ethic to the team.
● Experience working with diverse student populations
● Experience scheduling large staff loads.
● Understanding or union contracts.
● Experience working in a college or university-level setting.
● Experience working with or managing an online tutoring platform or program.
All UAA ASP Staff will demonstrate and integrate the following Undergraduate Academic Affairs Competencies:
● Accountability and Integrity
● Race, Equity, and Difference
● Constituent Focus
● Collaboration and Teamwork
CLUE Program hours of operation:
Sunday through Thursday 6:30 pm – 11:00 pm
All tutoring activities are mainly held in Mary Gates Hall during the academic year with the addition of tutoring shifts in the HUB.
Student Assistant work hours, location, and pay rate:
3 nights a week from 6:00pm -11:00pm for a total of 15 hours per week.
The Student Assistant will be located in Mary Gates Hall but helps with preparing materials for all the work we do.
Pay rate: $20/hr
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