ATS Graduate Assistantship (2017F - 2018S)

Exciting opportunity to work with cutting edge technology.

Basic skills required:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    PLEASE NOTE: Part of the job will require interaction with Faculty and other professional staff. Applicant must be personable, friendly, and outgoing.
  • Desire to work with and learn new products and software.
  • Technically savvy.
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize projects based on deadlines.
  • Good basic video and audio editing knowledge.
  • Ability to quickly troubleshoot and triage multiple issues.

Have some experience in:

  • Customer Service or Front Desk Support
  • Light Programming - Html, Web development
  • Basic UNIX skills with preferred experience in PHP, SQL, Perl, and shell scripting.
  • Editing Video - Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premier, iMovie
  • General knowledge current trends in technology.
  • Computer Hardware troubleshooting

Will be doing these tasks:

  • UD Capture Maintenance
  • Assisting faculty with LMS
  • Video Editing
  • Testing/Troubleshooting new technology - software/hardware
  • Basic Website maintenance
  • Assisting faculty with teaching projects
  • Front Desk support
  • Large scale Programming or Video Projects

NOTE: We accept applications from all majors. Hobbies and life experiences with technology are a plus. We are looking for technology enthusiasts!

GA stipend for master’s students is $18,000. For Ph.D. students is $19,000. Both are 20 hrs/week. Tuition paid at the discretion of your department or major.

TO APPLY: Interested students should send a letter of application and resume to:

Jevonia Harris
jnova at

Cover Letter: In your email, please mention if any or all of the following apply:

  • You are familiar with different OS, (Mac, Linux, etc...)
  • You are interested in Instructional Design
  • You have extracurricular activities that uses technology in innovative ways.
  • You have experience or interest in photography.
  • You are familiar with 3d modeling or drafting.
  • You have built a computer or other electronic systems in your spare time.
  • Any or all computer languages you are familiar with.
  • Demonstrations of applied technology a plus!

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