The Gifted Math Program at UB will be hiring several instructional assistants for the 2023-24 school year, to start in September. GMP, in the Department of Learning and Instruction, is a program for students in 7th-12th grade who come to the University after school on Mondays and Wednesdays to take their math classes. We have 10 classes for 6 levels, each with a teacher and instructional assistant. Middle school students come from 4:05 to 6:25. High school students come from 6:35 to 8:55. More information can be found on our website: giftedmath.buffalo.edu<http://giftedmath.buffalo.edu>.
Candidates for instructional assistants would need to commit to a full year position. The primary role of the instructional assistant is to manage and grade homework. They attend class, help the teacher as needed, and have the option to work regularly at our Friday extra help Zoom sessions. The pay for undergraduate students starts at $15 per hour and increases each year. They work 5 hours per week in the classroom with additional grading or other hours. The experience is excellent for our student staff as a resume builder and as an opportunity to learn about teaching and working with young students. You will also learn some math, no matter what level you work at here.
Tutoring & Academic Support Services (TASS) is looking for highly motivated students who are willing to help others. If you have good communication skills and like to share your knowledge, please apply to be a tutor. This is a paid position ($14 per hour).
• Applicants must be enrolled at UB as an undergraduate or graduate student, with at least one semester completed. • Need to be available at least 6 hours per week but could work up to 15 hours per week depending on demand. • Must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher • Need to have an A- or above in the course that they wish to tutor in.
The EOP department is in the process of hiring Academic Tutor’s for the upcoming summer. Applicants who are selected to tutor during the summer will participate as a part of the EOP Summer Bridge Program Staff .
The Summer Tutor position is responsible for providing tutoring support in the areas of Math or Sociology. EOP Summer Bridge Tutors provide academic support and create an open atmosphere of learning for all EOP students. Tutors will serve as a resource and role model to EOP students while providing academic assistance over the course this 5 week in-person program. Tutors will be required to be on campus during the entire duration of the program. The Summer Bridge Program will take place on July 5-August 12 2023.
The Office of Academic Integrity (OAI) was established in 2019 to provide leadership and expertise in developing and promoting UB’s fundamental value of integrity in the academic enterprise. Through educational programming, oversight of adjudication processes and procedures, centralization of record collection, and evolving initiatives, the Office of Academic Integrity promotes and supports a culture of academic integrity in order to reinforce the quality of teaching and learning at UB.
We are seeking a Graduate Assistant to supervise our volunteer Student Integrity Ambassadors, oversee programming efforts, provide administrative support for various office functions, and be an integral member of our small office team.
Duties vary, but may include:
Process incoming academic dishonesty cases by checking prior records, applying service indicators, building cases in Maxient software system, coordinating hearing board membership, and more.
Recruit, hire, train, and supervise a team of Student Integrity Ambassadors.
Assist with OAI marketing campaigns: plan and attend student outreach events (tabling, study nights, syllabus reading nights, Welcome Weekend), create posters and flyers, manage the OAI UBLinked page, and more.
Develop and present educational materials for classroom presentations, orientation, etc.
Maintain and update website (CMS system) as needed, including posting monthly blogs.
Provide administrative assistance for various activities undertaken by the Office, including answering inquiries in-person or via phone or email, maintaining office records, and reviewing appeals.
Manage student cases through the remediation process, including meeting with students pre and post remediation, grading remediation assignments, and communicating with students regarding their cases.
Assist with implementation of new and evolving initiatives.
Collect and analyze data to generate reports and inform office initiatives.
Full-time graduate student in good standing for 2023-24; enrolled in at least 9 credits or certified full time. Available 20 hours per week.
An excellent track record showcasing a high level of organization, attention to detail and follow-through as well as an ability to consistently meet stated deadlines.
Experience leading, coordinating, and/or supervising small teams or group projects.
The ability to work independently and take control of projects with little supervision.
Proficiency in Excel, Word, and Outlook.
Ability to maintain discretion about confidential records.
Strong analytical, graphic design, marketing, and communication (written and oral) skills.
An interest in ethics and the fair application of policy.
Commitment: This is a 12-month academic year appointment that runs from June 1, 2023
through May 31, 2024. The position schedule will coincide with the university
staff calendar of work days and official holidays.
Salary: The $26,000 annual salary is paid over 26 pay periods at $1,000 bi-
weekly. There is a tuition stipend for one credit hour each semester.
Supervision: Loretta Frankovitch, Assistant Director of the Office of Academic Integrity
Supervisor: Kaileigh Saeva, Social Media Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
716-645-4577, 330 Crofts Hall, UB North Campus
Application Due Date: April 14th, 2023
Application Deadline: Applications accepted immediately, until position is filled
Position Start / End Date: Flexible start dates beginning May 2023
Paid Position? Yes ($20/hr)
UB’s division of University Communications (UC) is responsible for university-wide communications and marketing — including branding, media relations, digital (web, social media), editorial/content, and creative design — for the University at Buffalo (UB). The division is highly visible, nationally recognized, and its award-winning communication products represent the public face of the university. As a member of UC’s Digital Communications & Strategy team, you will help us transform the way content is created, distributed and tracked on social media, the web, and other digital communication platforms. You will support the department’s efforts to monitor and shape perceptions, fulfill information needs and provide exceptional service to external and internal audiences of UB.
As our Social Media Multimedia Content and Engagement Assistant you will focus on promoting UB by creating multimedia assets with strong visual acuity to amplify and enhance the people, stories and research of UB. Tasks include developing thoughtful and inspiring written and multimedia content for social media, including social videos (such as Instagram stories, Instagram Reels and TikToks), and monitoring and engaging with online audiences. You will also learn how to communicate on behalf of the brand and capture UB’s distinct mission and culture.
The successful candidate will:
Be highly motivated, professional, creative and excited to learn
Bring ideas and inspirations to the table
Be comfortable working in a high-productivity team environment
Embrace an inclusive environment and will strive to showcase our diverse community
Demonstrate strong social media, visual and editorial skills
Be a current SUNY student (mandatory)
Ideally, the candidate will remain a SUNY student through May 2024 or later
This PAID student position requires a weekly commitment of 15-20 hours during the academic semester. Hours are available during breaks.
This position allows for a hybrid in-person/remote schedule. Applicants should expect to come into to the office in Crofts Hall at least 2x per week, per their availability and University Communication’s operating hours.
This arrangement may be changed at any time at the discretion of the UB Social Team.
The Social Media Content/Engagement Assistant will work directly with the Social Media Specialist and collaboratively with other members of the UC team to accomplish the following goals:
Plan, write, produce and distribute graphics, copy, video, multimedia and other content on social media
Assist in management and administration of UB’s top-level social media platforms:
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn and TikTok
Coordinate cross-unit social media campaigns
Continually monitor, identify and engage with our online audiences
Support digital analytics activities
Strong understanding of, and experience using social media (including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and TikTok)
Excellent writing (esp. for social)
Good handling of visual presentation
Knowledge of editing tools including Canva, Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator
Video production skills, especially knowledge of video editing tools (proficiency in Adobe Premiere, After Effects or Final Cut Pro is a plus)
A strong visual (e.g. photo selection) aesthetic
Have a keen sense of individual responsibility and initiative.
Enthusiastic team player.
Be able to handle multiple and varied assignments. Effective time management and adherence to deadlines.
Be a strong verbal communicator.
Be comfortable collaborating with others and taking direction; Respect for authority and diverse viewpoints
Do you want to be more involved with the Honors College? Do you want to be featured on the Honors College Instagram? Upload photos to our NEW Honors College Photo Library! We want to see all the amazing things our Honors Scholars are up to!
Overview of School of Management: The mission of the University at Buffalo School of Management is to discover and deepen our understanding of management concepts and applications that drive effective organizations and use them to produce principled and insightful leaders who create positive change in the world. Our goal is to define the future of management, forge highly capable, engaged and ethical leaders, make a positive impact on business and society, and create a School of Management with world-class capabilities.
The School of Management is a vibrant and inclusive community of big thinkers and big doers, who are leading business into the future. We work together to question and upend theories, lifting each other up and driving change. At the School of Management, ambition is a virtue, tenacity is a given, and discovery happens everywhere, from the classroom to the boardroom.
Overview of Department: The Student Services team supports all in-residence graduate students pursuing their MBA, MS or PhD in the School of Management and we take pride in the services and events we provide to our students. We are here to guide students as they become the best versions of themselves and offer support every step of the way. The Students Services Student Assistant will play an integral role in new graduate student orientation for the School of Management.
Our goal is to provide:
A consistent high level of service for students through advisement, student services and programming.
Meaningful opportunities to interact with other graduate students, staff, faculty and alumni.
A diverse and distinctive student experience by providing a safe, accessible, and inviting student-focused environment, services and programs that enhance the student experience.
Student-centered programming and execution for orientation. Student Assistant Responsibilities: MS, MBA and PhD Orientation: The student assistant will primarily assist the Student Services team with event planning and support for incoming student orientation. The student assistant may also assist with preparation for the academic year as time permits. • Assist with the planning and execution of all aspects of orientation across graduate programs. • Track international student arrivals through weekly ISS reports. • Pull confirmed lists and keep advisors informed of newly deposited students. • Create surveys in SurveyMonkey to track deliverables. • Assist Student Services team with creating and managing agendas. • Secure rooms, visit venues, plan menus, manage registration and email communication, book presenters, coordinate speaker needs, reserve tables, prepare gifts, prepare signs and name tags, print materials, secure photographer and coordinate technology needs • On-site support including set-up and managing registration tables, clean-up, assisting with team building activities, check-in bags and other event materials. • Must be available on-site for the entire orientation program which occurs mid to end-August. • Other duties as assigned.
Desired Skills and Competencies: • Excellent interpersonal communication and listening skills • Strong written communication skills
Ability to work well independently
• Customer-service oriented
• Excellent organization and time management skills
• Ability to work well in a fast-paced environment
• Flexible and adaptable
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, MailChimp and SurveyMonkey
• Creative, ability to develop promotional materials that align with University branding
• Experience in or related to event planning and support
Start Date: This student assistant position will work with us over the summer starting in May on an hourly appointment until the end of August. Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm Occasional evening weekend hours may be required for events.
GPO Student Assistant Pay: Average Summer Hours: 10-20 hours per week Summer Pay Rate: $15 an hour for 12 weeks
Interested candidates should email a copy of their resume and cover letter to: Jennifer Vozzo Assistant Director of Student Services School of Management, Graduate Programs Office email@example.com
Answer phone calls and emails requesting tour information, reservations, and memberships
Process orders for new and renewal memberships
Assist with summer events including the Twilight Tour of Mansions
Optional: Assist with marketing and communications, including social media.
Other administrative tasks as necessary
Approximately 3 days, 20-24 hours per week, including a rotating weekend day (generally 2 Saturdays per month). The position will be in-person at Explore Buffalo’s office at One Symphony Circle, Buffalo NY 14201.
We’d like to have someone in place around mid-May — if they can start sooner that is great (doing fewer hours while the semester wraps up is fine) — and if they want to continue into the fall (presumably with fewer hours than summer) that is an option as well.
If interested, please email Tim Matthews at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and a brief statement of interest in the position.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2023 Welcome Weekend Leader position. Welcome Weekend Leaders welcome and assist new students as they begin their UB journey in August.
Welcome Weekend Leaders have the opportunity to share their unique UB stories with the incoming class and make an impact at the start of their college journey by showing new students that they are supported; they can find others who share their identities, goals, and passions; and they matter and belong.
Begin your semester:
Helping new students transition to UB
Develeoping your leadership skills
Making unforgettable memories
Facilitating new student programs from August 23-28