The Undocumented Student Services (USS) at UC Santa Barbara is hiring a program assistant. This is a full-time, limited time, appointment. Pay is $23.47/hr. Some of the responsibilities as an assistant, include: “Provide one-on-one support, information, and referral to students. Keeps abreast of local resources and referral in the areas of undocumented community advocacy, legal services, scholarships, crisis intervention, social services, etc. Supports to recruit and train interns. Supervises and evaluates designated interns.”
The desirable requirements for this position include:
- “Strong event planning skills such as budgeting, problem-solving, ability to adapt, ability to work well under pressure, and high level of attention to detail.
- Experience presenting information to diverse groups.
- Writing, editing and proofreading skills.
- Familiarity with immigration laws and knowledge of higher education policies directly impacting undocumented students.
- Ability to interact effectively with a variety of faculty, staff, students and researchers on multiple issues and provide assistance and guidance is required. “
For more information and to apply, please visit their official link: Program Assistant for Undocumented Student Services at UCSB
Please note that this position was first posted by UCSB on November 14, 2018 and it is open until filled. The link to the job posting may not work after the position has been filled.
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