The College of Arts and Humanities is expanding its staff and faculty. Available postions can be viewed through UCF's Human Resources' Employment Opportunities website.
Description: The Department of Writing and Rhetoric at the University of Central Florida (UCF) seeks a Writing Specialist to work in the Daytona State College – UCF Writing Center. The position will provide individual and small-group writing assistance to UCF and Daytona State College (DSC) students, faculty, and staff from across the disciplines. Assisting writers at every stage of the process, from brainstorming, to gathering and deciphering sources, to drafting, to revising, to learning to proofread and edit, this employee will work with writers on both academic assignments and out-of-class writing, such as cover letters, application essays, and personal statements.
In addition to providing both face-to-face and online writing support, this position will consult with faculty about developing writing assignments and assessing students’ writing. This employee will also collaborate with DSC-UCF Writing Center staff to create materials to support the Writing Center (such as handouts, digital tutorials, workshops), and report on the usage data of UCF students in the DSC-UCF Writing Center.
Job duties include:
* Tutors students from UCF and DSC in the DSC-UCF Writing Center.
* Consults with faculty to assist in writing assignment development and assessment.
* Assists DSC administration with ongoing Writing Center projects, as well as data management.
* Collaborates with DSC-UCF Writing Center staff to create materials to support the Writing Center.
* Reports on the usage data of UCF students in the DSC-UCF Writing Center to UCF and UCF Daytona administrations.
* Assists the DSC Chair of Academic Support and Associate Director in writing center operations and planning.
* Provides tutoring at DSC regional campus when needed and possible.
Description: On a daily basis, responsible for receiving and distributing the School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD) mail for faculty, staff, Dean's office communications, and prepares outgoing mail for pickup and delivery by the postal service and other various UCF individuals or departments.
Assists in greetings guests, provides information on a routine inquiries and redirects more complex questions to appropriate staff member, may assist in relaying some telephone messages and other pertinent information to the school staff utilizing the outlook email system.
Provides and responsible for frequently-used forms for visitors available at the front desk.
Directs inquiries for all other documents to the appropriate staff member or website.
Updates the SVAD calendar, reserving the conference room and projector carts.
Creates spreadsheets for class schedules, office hours and open lab hours.
Prepares office supply orders, fills out forms and filing.
Scheduling figure models for studio art classes.
Maintains SVAD archival system.
Collects syllabi, office hours and text book orders from faculty at the beginning of every semester.
Provides clerical support within SVAD as needed.
Description: The Program Assistant will assist in everyday office functions (such as staffing the front desk, answering phones and responding to queries, scheduling appointments and events) and program-related processes (such as course scheduling, curriculum management, facilitating student advising and assessment) in order to support our student, faculty, and programs.
This person will act as first point of contact for the Department of Philosophy and will assist students in academic matters when and however possible. Greet all visitors and answer phones for the Department in a professional and efficient manner. Serve as an ambassador for recruitment for the undergraduate and graduate programs, being a resource for all prospective philosophy, religion & cultural studies, humanities & cultural studies, and cognitive sciences students (both graduate and undergraduate), providing information in response to in-person, telephone, and email inquiries.