Graduate Assistant Position: Programming Assistant (Work-Study)

Multicultural Resource Center

Parnassus Campus

$30 an hour

This is an in-person position with up to 2 days/week in office

Duties and Responsibilities:
The Program and Administrative Graduate Assistant reports directly to the Executive Director of the and works closely with the Assistant Director. This role is scheduled for 10 hours/week, including some evening hours This position runs from September 2023 to December 2023 (with the possibility of extension). In this role, the Graduate Assistant will:
• Administrative and office management duties (e.g. welcoming/greeting guests)
• Assist in the planning and implementation of MRC programming and events (attending planning meetings, quarterly Cultural RCO Leader gathering, supporting in cultural and awareness heritage + history months)
• Work with MRC staff to design and develop multicultural and social justice project
• Represent the Multicultural Resource Center at various events, committees, and outreach activities.
• Distribute evaluations and assessments (e.g., email attendees; follow-up/reminders)
• Attend bi-weekly supervision meetings and professional development
• Other duties assigned

Learning Outcomes:
• Gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of equity and social justice issues
• Enhance and develop critical thinking, communication, community building and leadership skills
• Develop comprehensive event planning skills through implementation of campus-wide events

Required Qualifications:
• High personal motivation, self-management, attention to detail, and an ability to work under supervision and with a team
• A firm understanding of social justice, intersectionality, ethnic & racial diversity, and LGBTQI populations.
• Results driven with an openness to receiving feedback
• Full-time enrollment in a graduate degree program at the University of California, San Francisco
• Work-study eligibility

Preferred qualifications:
• Former experience in student organizing, intercultural work, or equity and social justice programming
• Basic knowledge and interest in design tools such as Canva and graphic design skills.

Please send the following to Melisa Bautista ([email protected]) in a PDF format with the subject line that reads “Multicultural Resource Center Graduate Assistant Application” until Friday, September 22, 2023 at 5 PM PT.
• Cover letter
• Resume
• List of 2 References

The Multicultural Resource Center is division of the Office of Diversity and Outreach. Rooted in social justice, and cross-cultural frameworks the Multicultural Resource Center aims to nurture our diverse body of learners, faculty, and staff. We are committed to shaping physical and intellectual environments that honor the experiences of all members of our UCSF family. Through programmatic efforts in community building, education, student support, and social justice we aspire to achieve
transformational change.

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