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Graduate Assistant
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Job ID 2758
Job Type On-Campus Jobs
Employer LILAC
Date Posted Oct 23, 2017
Category Miscellaneous
Job Description At Bryn Mawr College, the Praxis Program is an experiential, community-based learning program that integrates theory and practice through student engagement in active, relevant fieldwork that is integrated into academic courses. Praxis Independent Study, one of three types of Praxis courses, places fieldwork (8-10 hours per week over the course of the semester) at the center of a supervised learning experience. As part of the development of the course, students collaborate with a Faculty Advisor, Field Site Supervisor and Praxis staff. Under the direction of Praxis Program Directors, the Graduate Assistant will gather, organize and analyze data about Praxis Independent Study courses using the Qualtrics research platform. This will include making requests for information to students, field supervisors and faculty, downloading and preparing materials for use by Praxis staff, Students, Field Supervisors and Faculty Advisors, analyzing responses for broad themes and future inquiries, and developing reports and visual representations for campus and community partners.
Job Requirements Job Responsibilities: • Manage all incoming data files; including downloading and sharing documents, generating new forms, sending reminders • Streamline data collection and analysis procedures to ensure quick access to metrics • Work with Praxis Staff to create a prioritized list of data inquiries and data collection needs • Use Qualtrics and Microsoft Excel to run queries and develop quantitative and qualitative reports, data visualization • Identify and recommend new inquiry priorities and procedures to make data collection and management more efficient; document changes and process Qualifications or Job Requirements: • Bachelor’s Degree + 2 years’ experience in relevant or related field • 2+ years mining and evaluating quantitative and qualitative data • Familiarity with research design, research methodologies (quantitative and qualitative) • Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel (generating data reports, pivot tables) • Strong attention to detail • Ability to collaborate and work effectively as part of a team • Experience with Qualtrics and Moodle preferred, but not required
Available Openings 1
Hours 10.0 to 12.0 hours per week
Time Frame Academic Year
Primary Contact Kelly Jo Strunk
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Work Location Civic Engagement Office, Dolwen, Cambrian Row