Student Hourly - Public Service Intern - 11636BR
Student Hourly - Public Service Intern
The Public Service Intern is expected to engage in conversations with the individuals associated with the history of the University Honors Program. The job requires working with primary source information and comparing it with university records held at the Spencer Research Library and the other sources. Knowledge of computer science will be helpful to compiling this data.
- Compiles information from primary sources; and documents it in a quantitative manner.
- Assists the data management staff member in developing a system for tracking the University Honors History Project.
- Assumes special assignments and other duties as designated by the Director of Advancement.
- A University Honors Program student in good academic standing or a University Honors Program graduate as stated in application materials.
- Demonstrated experience in locating primary information in an historical archive.
- Demonstrated experience using Microsoft Office software especially Excel and Access.
- During the semester term of the appointment, the student hourly must be enrolled in no fewer than 6 credit hours. For summer periods the student hourly must: 1) have been enrolled in no less than 6 hours in the past spring semester or 2) be pre-enrolled in upcoming fall semester in no less than 6 hours or 3) be enrolled in summer session or 4) be admitted to study in the upcoming fall semester. Student Hourlies may be undergraduate or graduate students. (Exceptions granted for GRA/GTA/GA appointments DO NOT apply to Student Hourly appointments).
- Previous experience with coordinating historical records projects.
- Demonstrated ability to organize information and develop processes in conjunction with software capability.
- Demonstrated ability to work independently.
- Demonstrated knowledge of University offices and academic programs.
- Experience with the University Honors History Project.
Additional Candidate Instructions
Initial review of applications begins April 20, 2018 and will continue until a qualified applicant pool has been identified.