Two years of professional office experience. Strong skills in organization and attention to detail. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to be self-directed, prioritize tasks, and manage time. Ability to work collaboratively and in a team setting. Ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds. Demonstrated commitment to diversity and equity. Excellent computer skills including: word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software, and strong knowledge of the internet and email communication. Candidates must successfully pass a background check.
|Instructors in Biology||
Candidates must possess a Master’s Degree in a related discipline.
|Help Desk/Computer Lab Assistant||
Assist customers with various aspects of computer operation in open access computer labs or at the VIT Help Desk, including questions regarding software, hardware, operating systems, printing, training, and the Internet. Respond to customer problems and follow up when immediate solutions are not available and/or report problems to senior technicians in the VIT office via the Help Desk ticketing system. Implement work-around solutions when permanent solutions require more time or outside assistance. Research answers to customer's questions. Operate computer peripheral equipment including networked printers, scanners, CD burners and other equipment that VIT makes available to computer lab customers, staff, and in the classrooms. Perform maintenance duties on lab equipment such as cleaning computers, monitors & workstations, replacing paper and or toner in printers, etc. Perform basic troubleshooting for customers who call or walk in needing help connecting personal laptops to wireless. Assist customers with Network ID and e-mail accounts. Assist with special projects as needed. Read and respond to email daily. Maintain consistent schedule and work with team to supply substitutes when necessary. Attend Lab Team Meetings, including mandatory orientation. May be asked to fill in shifts at the VIT Help Desk and/or the Videoconferencing Department.
|2015-2016 Diversity Council Internship||
Available to work approximately 10 hours/week throughout the 2015-2016 academic year. Good academic standing (minimum 2.09 cumulative GPA or above). Must be enrolled in at least 6 credits of WSUV coursework while serving as an intern (this does not include WSU Distance Degree Program coursework). Must enroll in an internship class for credit each term through the English department and complete an independent project each term.
|Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication||
Master’s degree in Communication before date of hire
Five years of professional experience in Advertising or Public Relations
Ability to teach undergraduate classes in one or more of the following areas: digital advertising, copy writing, media planning, quantitative research methods, consumer insights and branding or strategic campaign planning and management
Ability to serve under-represented groups and to contribute to WSU’s diversity goals in research, teaching, mentoring, and/or service (http://admin.vancouver.wsu.edu/office-chancellor/wsu-vancouver-strategic...).
|Instructor, Mathematics & Director of the Quantitative Skills Center||
Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Mathematics Education or a related degree
Experience in innovative development of and teaching undergraduate courses at the university level and working in a collaborative, team oriented environment are required
Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to working with diverse student and community populations
Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, or related areas, and a commitment to teaching a diverse student population.
Excellence in developing and teaching undergraduate courses at the university level and a strong commitment to student success is essential.