Information System and Data Management Graduate Assistant (1 position)
BASIC FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY:
To provide administrative leadership and programmatic advocacy for activities that support GW civic and service-learning initiatives
DEPARTMENT FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY:
The Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service data management graduate assistant is responsible for developing and managing the programs and systems that GW uses to track, analyze, and measure the impact of volunteer service and service-learning. In addition, the Graduate Fellow will be responsible for data management, analysis and reporting. The Graduate Fellow will provide training and help to promote the use of the data tracking software. In addition, the Graduate Fellow will work directly with the software vendor.
The Graduate Fellow will work with Nashman Center staff to create new database solutions for university-community partnerships in service and service-learning.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Manage volunteer hour and impact tracking software, including day to day support and report generation
• Train students, staff, faculty, and community partners in software use
• Participate in the promotion ofthe tracking software across campus and to community partners
• Mine data from the database system for regular and ad hoc reporting
• With relevant Nashman Center staff, research and create additional database or Customer Relations Management systems for service and service-learning opportunities and offers of service and service-learning
• As needed, assist with planning or executing events and programming.
• Perform other work-related duties as assigned.
Supervision received daily/ weekly from lead staff, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service.
TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:
• Work 20 hours per week
• Training will begin in spring semester, work begins in mid-August
• Remain at work in the fall semester until the end of the first week of exams
• Return to work at least one week before the first day of class in the spring semester
• Students will be paid $15 per hour.
• Training and professional development opportunities
• Invitation to special events
• Hands-on professional experience
GW ON-CAMPUS, NOT FWS (Current GW students only)
Administrative, Computer Programming, Database Administration, Engineering, Graphic Arts/Design, Operations, Project Management, Supply Chain/Logistics, Technical Support, Web Design/Maintenance, Writing/Editing
• Must be registered as a graduate student in good standing in a George Washington University degree-granting graduate program.
• Proven experience with Microsoft Excel and database management tools, experience with CRM or tracking software, NobleHour, a plus.
• Hold a demonstrated passion for service
• Excellent communication, organization, time management, writing, and critical thinking skills.
• This position is subject to a background check which may include Credit, Criminal History Screening, Education/Degree/Certifications Verification, Social Security Number Trace, Sex Offender Registry Search, and Prior Employment Verification.
Cover Letter, Resume, Writing Sample, References
Academic year 16-17