Graduate Studies

Current Graduate Assistantships

Job Title: Graduate recruitment and retention Graduate Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 8/6/2019 College: None
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Graduate Studies & Research
Hours: <20/week Stipend: To be determined on experience
FTE: Funding: Graduate Office
Tuition: up to $1980/semester  
Contact: Dr. Jana Marcette Office: McMullen 200
Email: jana.marcette@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2053
Job Description:
Continually update the Graduate Studies Homepage; Assist with editing PowerPoint presentations for recruitment purposes; Assist with revising all graduate program information sheets on our website to match changes in new catalog; Edit the new Graduate Student Guide; Assist with revising two page program marketing information for student recruitment; Assist in the development of social media tools for student recruitment; Assist with office research projects for identifying recruitment opportunities; Assist with filling out graduate student surveys; Research and do data analysis; take campus and faculty/staff photos and update web links for departments.
 
Job Qualifications:
PC/IBM compatible computer competence, including use of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, FrontPage, and Adobe Suite; Knowledge of internet research applications; Ability to work with minimal supervision, both independently and in a team; Ability to meet deadlines with accuracy and speed; Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and appropriately handle sensitive and confidential situations and information.
 
Special Conditions:
N/A

Job Title: eLearning Research Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 7/25/2019 College: None
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: eLearning
Hours: up to 19/wk Stipend: $5000/Semester
FTE: Funding: eLearning
Tuition: to be determined  
Contact: Dr. Susan Balter-Reitz Office: McM 200
Email: susan.balterreitz@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2214
Job Description:
Graduate Assistants will be responsible for a variety of activities, including but not limited to: *Conduct educational research which would enhance campus understanding of teaching and learning processes; *Assist faculty with instructional design and D2L technology issues; *Help design instructional and informational print and web-based materials for faculty and students; *Conduct needs assessments; *Design and distribute eLearning office communications; *Assist with instructional events hosted by eLearning.
 
Job Qualifications:
*Comfortable with technology, familiarity with D2L a bonus; *Ability to work with a variety of faculty and staff; *Strong writing, research, and oral communication skills; *Ability to work independently; *Open to students in any program.
 
Special Conditions:
N/A

Job Title: Teaching Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 7/25/2019 College: College of Allied Health Professions
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Health Administration
Hours: Up to 19 hrs/week Stipend: $2500/Semester
FTE: Funding: Graduate Office
Tuition: up to $1980/semester  
Contact: Karen Mikelson Office: APS 107
Email: karen.mikelson@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-896-5830
Job Description:
*Assist with teaching undergraduate Health Administration classes. *Develop the Health Administration Alumni group and website. *Assist with course and program development specifically related to accreditation. *Assist with and participate on the Health Administration Program Advisory Board. *Assist with CAHME accreditation. *Other work as assigned
 
Job Qualifications:
MHA student in good standing (may be new MHA student) Excellent communication skills both verbal and written Competence in Microsoft Office Suite including Excel and PowerPoint
 
Special Conditions:
N/A

Job Title: Graduate Research Assistant for M.Ed. and MSSE Degrees
Listing Created/Updated: 5/16/2019 College: College of Education
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Education, Theory and Practice
Hours: 19/Week Stipend: $2500/semester
FTE: Funding: Graduate Studies Office
Tuition: up to $1980/semester  
Contact: Dr. Cindy Dell Office: COE 230
Email: cdell@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-1614
Job Description:
A graduate research assistantship is generally a part-time formal appointment. It requires completion of specific duties commensurate with the percentage appointment of 19 hours/week. The appointment is associated with research and requires the following responsibilities: 1. To complete a designed program of research under the supervision of a designated supervisor/major professor; 2. To be able to work on and contribute to collaborative research items; 3. To complete a thesis proposal with appropriate supervisory assistance; 4. To perform the following major duties that include but are not limited to: reading and comprehending reports and other scientific literature; conducting data analysis and computations; harvesting of field and/or laboratory samples; writing research reports based upon data results; and presenting data at conferences, scientific symposiums and professional society meetings with faculty; attending department and accreditation meetings; participating on the COE Student Advisory Board; 5. Other assistance with research duties as assigned by department professors.
 
Job Qualifications:
*Admitted to MSU Billings' College of Education in an M.Ed. or MSSE program; *Knowledge of COE teacher preparations program; *Strong oral and written communication skills; *Ability to relate to people in a helpful, positive manner; *Analyzes situations and uses problem-solving skills; *Detail oriented and able to handle multiple tasks; *Ability to conduct research specific to the project; *Some knowledge of data collections would be helpful; *Effective organizational skills; *Works efficiently with little supervision; *Self-Motivated and shows initiative; *Develops timeliness and meets deadlines; *Technological capabilities (i.e.web, research, data analysis); *Experience with word processing, MS Access and Excel essential; knowledge of PowerPoint and desktop publishing desirable.
 
Special Conditions:
This position will be open to graduate students pursuing their masters' degree in the College of Educations many graduate programs at MSUB.

Job Title: Teaching Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 5/16/2019 College: College of Arts & Sciences
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Psychology
Hours: up to 19hrs/week Stipend: $2500/semester
FTE: Funding: Graduate Studies Office
Tuition: To be determined  
Contact: Dr. Matthew McMullen Office: LA 506
Email: mmcmullen@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2958
Job Description:
Support faculty with undergraduate psychology courses. Tasks include grading, occasional lecturing, meeting with students, lab set ups, and other duties as assigned.
 
Job Qualifications:
Graduate student currently enrolled in psychology master's program.
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Research Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 7/25/2019 College: College of Allied Health Professions
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Rehabilitation and Human Services
Hours: up to 19/week Stipend: $2500/semester
FTE: Funding: Graduate Studies Office
Tuition: up to $1980/semester  
Contact: Dr. Tom Dell Office: APS 118
Email: tdell@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-896-5837
Job Description:
The RA position will be responsible for: assisting with academic and program administration related research; providing support for program accreditation; conducting data analysis; assisting with course evaluations, course and program development; and, other duties as assigned
 
Job Qualifications:
Good verbal and written communication skills, research experience, competence in Microsoft Office, SPSS preferred. Preference given to students accepted to the Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program.
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Track & Field Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/12/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2015-2016 Dept/Area: Track & Field
Hours: up to 19/week Stipend: $3,000.00 / semester
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1,980.00 / semester  
Contact: Jon Wohel, Head Men’s and Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country Coach Office: PE 23C
Email: jonathan.woehl@msubillings.edu Phone: (406) 657-2349
Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant Coach reports to and is supervised by the Head Coach and assists the Head Coach, as directed by: • Planning and implementing practice sessions; • Providing input and other coaching related duties for home and away events; • Recruiting qualified, prospective student-athletes as allowed by NCAA rules; • Analyzing video tapes of potential student athletes for recruitment; • Scouting prospective opponents as allowed by contract and NCAA rules; • Assisting with team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals; • Planning and implementing camps and clinics in the respective sport; • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; • Assisting with the oversight of the student-athletes academic achievement; • Assisting with game and event scheduling with opponents; and • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach
 
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree • Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Montana State University Billings • Collegiate track & field experience preferred • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment • Desire to work with culturally diverse populations • Ability to work with people in fast paced and potentially hectic environment • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, University administration, faculty, and surrounding community
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Men's Basketball Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/11/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Men's Basketball
Hours: up to 19/week Stipend: $3,000.00 / semester
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1980 / semester  
Contact: Mick Durham, Head Men’s Basketball Coach Office: PE 126
Email: mick.durham@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2371
Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant Coach reports to and is supervised by the Head Coach and assists the Head Coach, as directed by: • Planning and implementing practice sessions; • Providing input and other coaching related duties for home and away games and events; • Recruiting qualified, prospective student-athletes as allowed by NCAA rules; • Analyzing video tapes of opponents; • Scouting prospective opponents as allowed by contract and NCAA rules; • Making team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals; • Facilitating the scheduling and supervision of practice opportunities by visiting teams; • Planning and implementing camps and clinics in the respective sport; • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; • Assisting with the oversight of the student-athletes academic achievement; • Assisting with game and event scheduling with opponents; and • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach
 
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree • Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Montana State University Billings • Collegiate basketball playing experience preferred • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment • Desire to work with culturally diverse populations • Ability to work with people in fast paced and potentially hectic environment • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, University administration, faculty, and surrounding community
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Baseball Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/12/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Baseball
Hours: up to 19/week Stipend: $3,000.00 / semester
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1,980 / semester  
Contact: Derek Waddoups, Head Baeball Coach Office: PE 28
Email: derek.waddoups@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2394
Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant Coach reports to and is supervised by the Head Coach and assists the Head Coach, as directed by: • Planning and implementing practice sessions; • Providing input and other coaching related duties for home and away games and events; • Recruiting qualified, prospective student-athletes as allowed by NCAA rules; • Analyzing video tapes of potential student athletes for recruitment; • Scouting prospective opponents as allowed by contract and NCAA rules; • Assisting with team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals; • Facilitating the scheduling and supervision of practice opportunities by visiting teams; • Planning and implementing camps and clinics in the respective sport; • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; • Assisting with the oversight of the student-athletes academic achievement; • Assisting with game and event scheduling with opponents; and • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach
 
Job Qualifications:
• • Bachelor’s Degree • Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Montana State University Billings • Collegiate softball playing experience preferred • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment • Desire to work with culturally diverse populations • Ability to work with people in fast paced and potentially hectic environment • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, University administration, faculty, and surrounding community
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Men's Soccer Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/12/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Soccer
Hours: no more than 19 per week Stipend: $2000.00 / semester
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1,980.  
Contact: Thomas Chameraud, Head Men's Soccer Coach Office: PE 23B
Email: thomas.chameraud@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-896-5930
Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant Coach reports to and is supervised by the Head Men’s Soccer Coach and assists the Head Men’s Soccer Coach and Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach, as directed by: • Planning and implementing practice sessions; • Providing input and other coaching related duties for home and away games and events; • Recruiting qualified, prospective student-athletes as allowed by NCAA rules (NCAA Recruiting Test must be passed); • Analyzing video of ourselves and opponents; • Making team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals; • Planning and implementing camps and clinics in the respective sport; • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; • Assisting with the oversight of the student-athletes academic achievement; • Assisting with planning and implementation of community service activities; • Assisting with game and event scheduling with opponents; and • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Men’s Soccer Coach and/or Athletic Director.
 
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree; • Must be accepted into a graduate program at Montana State University Billings; • Must be in good standing academically at MSUB and enroll in at least 9 credits per semester as well as meet and maintain all graduate program requirements; • Collegiate soccer playing experience preferred; • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment; • Desire to work with culturally diverse populations; • Ability to work with people in fast paced environment; • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, university administration, faculty, and surrounding community.
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Softball Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/12/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Women's Softball
Hours: up to 19 Stipend: $3000 / semester
FTE: Funding: Intercollegiate Athletics
Tuition: $1980 / semester  
Contact: Lisa McKinney, Head Softball Coach Office: PE 26
Email: lisa.mckinney1@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2398
Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant Coach reports to and is supervised by the Head Coach and assists the Head Coach, as directed by: • Planning and implementing practice sessions; • Providing input and other coaching related duties for home and away games and events; • Recruiting qualified, prospective student-athletes as allowed by NCAA rules; • Analyzing video tapes of potential student athletes for recruitment; • Scouting prospective opponents as allowed by contract and NCAA rules; • Assisting with team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals; • Facilitating the scheduling and supervision of practice opportunities by visiting teams; • Planning and implementing camps and clinics in the respective sport; • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; • Assisting with the oversight of the student-athletes academic achievement; • Assisting with game and event scheduling with opponents; and • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach
 
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree • Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Montana State University Billings • Collegiate softball playing experience preferred • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment • Desire to work with culturally diverse populations • Ability to work with people in fast paced and potentially hectic environment • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, University administration, faculty, and surrounding community
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Women’s Soccer Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/11/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Athletics
Hours: < 20 / week Stipend: $3000.00 / semester
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1980.00 / semester  
Contact: Stephen Cavallo Office: PE 24
Email: stephen.cavallo@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2373
Job Description:
Planning and implementing practice sessions; Providing input and other coaching related duties for home and away games and events; Recruiting qualified, prospective student-athletes as allowed by NCAA rules (NCAA Recruiting Test must be passed); Analyzing video of ourselves and opponents; Making team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals; Planning and implementing camps and clinics in the respective sport; Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; Assisting with the oversight of the student-athletes academic achievement; Assisting with planning and implementation of community service activities; Assisting with game and event scheduling with opponents; and Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Women’s Soccer Coach and/or Athletic Director.
 
Job Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree; Must be accepted into a graduate program at Montana State University Billings; Must be in good standing academically at MSUB and enroll in at least 9 credits per semester as well as meet and maintain all graduate program requirements; Collegiate soccer playing experience preferred; Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment; Desire to work with culturally diverse populations; Ability to work with people in fast paced environment; Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, university administration, faculty, and surrounding community.
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: GA for Field Experience in COE
Listing Created/Updated: 7/25/2019 College: College of Education
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Education, Theory and Practice
Hours: up to 19/week Stipend: $2500.00/semester
FTE: Funding: Graduate Studies Office
Tuition: up to $1980.00/semester  
Contact: Dr. Cindy Dell Office: COE 279
Email: cdell@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-1614
Job Description:
A field experience assistantship is a part-time formal appointment. It requires completion of specific duties commensurate with the percentage appointment -up to 19 hours per week. The appointment is associated with field experience and requires the following responsibilities: 1. Assist with student teaching and counseling workshops and application seminars. 2. Assist in tracking student teaching and school counseling applications and all internship paperwork. 3. Work with field experience coordinators and TK20 personnel - tracking TK20 paperwork. 4. Updating current school counseling mentor contact information. 5. Copying paperwork, creating labels, and organizing mentor and supervisor student teacher and school counseling folders. 6. Assist in updating student teaching and school counseling guidebook, applications, and webpages. 7. Assist in tracking OPI endorsement applications and paperwork. 8. Assist in student teaching placements and required paperwork.
 
Job Qualifications:
*Admitted to MSU Billings College of Education in M.Ed. or MSSE program; *Knowledge of COE teacher preparation program; *Strong oral and written communication skills; *Ability to relate to people in a helpful, positive manner; *Analyzes situations and uses problem solving skills; *Detail oriented and able to handle multiple tasks; *Some knowledge of data collection would be helpful; *Effective organizational skills; *Works efficiently with little supervision; *Self-motivated and shows initiative; *Develops timelines and meets deadlines; *Technological capabilities (i.e. web, research, data analysis); *Experience with word processing, MS Access and Excel essential; knowledge of PowerPoint and desktop publishing desirable.
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Athletics Administration Graduate Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 7/25/2019 College: College of Allied Health Professions
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Athletics
Hours: up to 19 hrs/week Stipend: $2000/semester
FTE: Funding: Athletics
Tuition: up to $1980/semester  
Contact: Krista Montague Office: PE 159
Email: kmontague@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2061
Job Description:
• Assisting with management of the day-to-day operations of the office. • Assist in the operations of the Compliance office. • Ability to work all aspects of athletic events and operations; • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Athletic Director or other Athletic Department Administrators.
 
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree; • Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Montana State University Billings; • Former MSUB student-athlete preferred but not required; • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment; • Desire to work with culturally diverse populations; • Ability to work with people in fast paced and potentially hectic environment; • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, University administration, faculty, and surrounding community; • Evenings and weekends required
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Graduate Writing Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 11/21/2019 College: None
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Academic support Center
Hours: 19 / week Stipend: $2500
FTE: Funding: Academic Support Center
Tuition: $1980  
Contact: Felicia Karas Office: City College - A040 in the Tech Building
Email: felicia.karas@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-247-3021
Job Description:
Writing Consultant (15 hours per week): Responsibilities include, hold a regular weekly schedule of writer-focused tutoring sessions (in drop-in, appointment, and online formats); complete outreach opportunities to promote the Writing Center and the ASC as assigned; attend mandatory training sessions and staff meetings. Graduate Assistant (4 hours per week): Suggested responsibilities include, take ownership of the Writing Center email consultation service (monitoring the email address, distributing submissions to writing support staff for review, and following up with faculty to assess the quality and outcome of feedback provided); create and update writing-related supplemental instruction materials, handouts and workshops; maintaining a supervisory presence in the University ASC (including participating in hiring and training staff members, mentoring undergraduate students, and serving as a staff liaison); participate in departmental record keeping, scheduling, or assessment efforts.
 
Job Qualifications:
Required: Graduate student, fully admitted to a MSUB graduate program, enrolled full-time (9 credits) and meeting or exceeding minimum GPA requirements for program. Excellent interpersonal communication skills, including genuine commitment to the interests and goals of fellow learners. Strong writing skills and extensive experience writing at the college level. Strong organizational skills. Extensive experience with research and research writing. Demonstrated academic success and growth in chosen field of study. Experience using learning technology platforms. Desired: Previous teaching, tutoring, coaching, mentoring, or leadership experience. Ability to be reflective and metacognitive about tutoring practices. “Growth” or resilience mindset. Experience working with special student populations, including students with learning disorders, second-language users. Experience with Microsoft Office products.
 
Special Conditions:
Writing sample required with application: a writing sample of no more than five pages, double-spaced, in length (this may be a fragment of a longer text), which demonstrates your success as writer. All academic genres welcome; samples must include a head-note (one substantive paragraph) describing the context (writing situation) in which you produced the piece and a description of what you learned about yourself as a writer by completing it and now reflecting on it.

Job Title: Graduate Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 12/6/2019 College: None
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: American Indian Outreach Office & Diversity Center
Hours: Up to 19 hours per week Stipend: $2500
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1980  
Contact: Mr. Joe McGeshick, NAAC Interim Director Office: NAAC, 2630 Normal Ave
Email: joseph.mcgeshick@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2144
Job Description:
The Native American Achievement Center Graduate Assistant will assist in organizing and leading the development of programming for the annual MSUB Powwow. Other projects may relate to administrative and communications functions of the center, research or data analysis, and other tasks as assigned.
 
Job Qualifications:
Familiarity with PC/IBM compatible programs, including use of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and possibly Publisher, FrontPage, or the Adobe Suite. Ability to work with minimal supervision, both independently and in a team; Ability to meet deadlines with accuracy and speed; Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Teaching Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 10/24/2019 College: College of Arts & Sciences
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Academic Senate
Hours: up to 19 hrs/wk Stipend: $2500/semester
FTE: Funding: Graduate Studies Office
Tuition: $1980/Semester  
Contact: Dr. Melissa Boehm Office: LA 604
Email: melissa.boehm1@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-1727
Job Description:
Support faculty with undergraduate communication courses. Tasks include grading (25%), occasional lecturing(25%), meeting with and emailing students (25%), and other duties (25%).
 
Job Qualifications:
Graduate student currently enrolled in communication master's program.
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Graduate Studies Communications Graduate Assistant
Listing Created/Updated: 12/2/2019 College: None
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: University Relations
Hours: Up to 19 hours per week Stipend: $2500 per semester
FTE: Funding: Graduate Studies
Tuition: $1980 per semester  
Contact: Maureen Brakke Office: McMullen 204
Email: maureen.brakke@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2243
Job Description:
The Communications Graduate Assistant will assist in developing and revising graduate communications flows and coordinate among faculty, staff and students. Specific projects may include updating and running social media accounts, assisting in creating promotional materials such as flyers, digital ads, social media posts, website content, and other print materials/communications in conjunction with University Communications & Marketing. Other projects may include assisting in planning and executing events, research or data analysis, and other tasks as assigned.
 
Job Qualifications:
Familiarity with PC/IBM compatible programs, including use of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, FrontPage, and Adobe Suite; Knowledge of internet research applications; Ability to work with minimal supervision, both independently and in a team; Ability to meet deadlines with accuracy and speed; Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and appropriately handle sensitive and confidential situations and information.
 
Special Conditions:
None

Job Title: Women’s Triathlon Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/12/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Athletics
Hours: up to 19 Stipend: $3,000.00 / semester
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1,980.00 / semester  
Contact: Kevin Bjerke, Head Women’s Triathlon Coach Office: Athletics
Email: kevinbjerke@msubillings.edu Phone: 701-361-9782
Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant Coach reports to and is supervised by the Head Coach and assists the Head Coach, as directed by: • Planning and implementing practice sessions • Practice prep and logistics (prep bikes, support driver, training partner, etc) • Feedback and analysis of training, racing, team dynamics, leadership, etc • Recruiting: prospective student-athlete research and outreach • Involvement in all team fundraising, clinics, and community service activities • Assisting in team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities • Monitoring and oversight of student-athletes academic achievement • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach
 
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree • Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Montana State University Billings • Must have a valid driver’s license. • Preference given to candidates with strong swimming, biking and/or triathlon background • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment • Preference given but not limited to female candidates • Ability to work with people in fast paced and potentially hectic environment • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, University administration, faculty, and surrounding community
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Women’s Basketball Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/12/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Athletics
Hours: up to 19 Stipend: $3,000.00 / semester
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1,980.00 / semester  
Contact: Kevin Woodin, Head Women’s Basketball Coach Office: PE 151
Email: kwoodin@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2368
Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant Coach reports to and is supervised by the Head Coach and assists the Head Coach, as directed by: • Planning and implementing practice sessions; • Providing input and other coaching related duties for home and away games and events; • Recruiting qualified, prospective student-athletes as allowed by NCAA rules; • Analyzing video tapes of opponents; • Scouting prospective opponents as allowed by contract and NCAA rules; • Making team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals; • Facilitating the scheduling and supervision of practice opportunities by visiting teams; • Planning and implementing camps and clinics in the respective sport; • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; • Assisting with the oversight of the student-athletes academic achievement; • Assisting with game and event scheduling with opponents; and • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach
 
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree • Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Montana State University Billings • Collegiate basketball playing experience preferred • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment • Desire to work with culturally diverse populations • Ability to work with people in fast paced and potentially hectic environment • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, University administration, faculty, and surrounding community
 
Special Conditions:

Job Title: Women’s Basketball Graduate Assistant Coach
Listing Created/Updated: 2/12/2020 College: Intercollegiate Athletics
Semester/Academic Year: 2019-2020 Dept/Area: Athletics
Hours: up to 19 Stipend: $3,000.00 / semester
FTE: Funding:
Tuition: $1,980.00 / semester  
Contact: Kevin Woodin, Head Women’s Basketball Coach Office: PE 151
Email: kwoodin@msubillings.edu Phone: 406-657-2368
Job Description:
The Graduate Assistant Coach reports to and is supervised by the Head Coach and assists the Head Coach, as directed by: • Planning and implementing practice sessions; • Providing input and other coaching related duties for home and away games and events; • Recruiting qualified, prospective student-athletes as allowed by NCAA rules; • Analyzing video tapes of opponents; • Scouting prospective opponents as allowed by contract and NCAA rules; • Making team travel arrangements, such as transportation, hotels, and meals; • Facilitating the scheduling and supervision of practice opportunities by visiting teams; • Planning and implementing camps and clinics in the respective sport; • Assisting with the planning and implementation of departmental development and marketing events and activities; • Assisting with the oversight of the student-athletes academic achievement; • Assisting with game and event scheduling with opponents; and • Performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach
 
Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree • Must be enrolled in a graduate program at Montana State University Billings • Collegiate basketball playing experience preferred • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills • Ability to multi-task and work within a team environment • Desire to work with culturally diverse populations • Ability to work with people in fast paced and potentially hectic environment • Must have thorough understanding of special demands of the athletic environment with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, boosters, University administration, faculty, and surrounding community
 
Special Conditions: