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Job Posting: Project Assistant

October 05, 2015
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The Office of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Fellows is looking for an SFU graduate student to assist in a project examining best practices in international graduate student recruitment. 

The job will involve:

  • initial information gathering (e.g. policies, processes, statistics, agreements at SFU & across Canada)
  • consultation through surveys, interviews, focus groups and forums
  • research on graduate recruitment opportunities, aligned with SFU's International Engagement Strategy 
  • analysis and report writing

This project will start in mid October 2015 and will run for approximately 4-5 months. The work will be paid at a rate of $25 per hour and will take approximately 10 hours/week but will vary throughout the project. 

Application deadline: Tuesday, October 13, 2015.

If you are interested, please send your cover letter and CV to Jackie Amsden, Coordinator, International Graduate Student Programs at dgs-international@sfu.ca. Please use the subject line "Project Assistant application." 

We thank you for your interest, but please note that we will be contacting only those applicants selected for interviews.

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