IMPACT Program Instructor Graduate Assistant
Prevention and Wellness | Student Health Services
Position open until filled for 2018-2019
For full consideration, please submit your application by April 16 at 5 p.m.
(.49 FTE = 19 hours/week)
The IMPACT program seeks to provide students with education and feedback about their alcohol and other drug use.
The IMPACT instructor is responsible for working with students both individually and in group formats to deliver educational interventions.
Students participate by self-referral, being mandated by Student Conduct/University Housing and Dining Services, through the diversion program offered by city and county judicial services/court, or as a participant in an outreach program.
In addition, the IMPACT instructor will engage in program evaluation, research, and be an active part of the Prevention and Wellness department at Student Health Services.
- Instruct the IMPACT classes as well as one-on-one meetings with students
- Complete paperwork for students by communicating with city and county judicial services/courts, OSU’s Department of Residential Life, the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards, or other referral agents
- Engage in education outreach and workshop programs, research activities, program evaluation, and other duties as requested
- Support Prevention and Wellness staff as needed
Dates of Service & Compensation
This graduate assistantship is being awarded for the 2018-2019 academic year beginning September 2018; appointment will run through June 2019.
This is a full-time graduate assistantship that requires 19 hours per week of service.
Compensation includes tuition remission, health benefits and a monthly stipend.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Accepted into an OSU graduate program
- Demonstrated strong communication and organizational skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- High level of comfort presenting to groups as well as working in a one-to-one environment
- Ability to work afternoons and evenings on a regular schedule
- Ability to conduct research and work on program development
- Understanding the role of confidentiality and the importance of confidentiality within a health services environment
Demonstrated, relevant work experience as it relates to the minimum qualifications above
How to Apply
Be prepared to submit:
- A cover letter
- A current resume/CV
- Short answers to the following questions:
Please speak to your experience and theoretical approach when facilitating groups and one-on-one sessions with students.
- Name and contact information for three references
Successful applicants must pass a criminal background check and review of student conduct records.
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