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Job TitleSchool/DepartmentPrimary CampusThe course list is sorted by this column.Position TypeJob Post Date
Writing Center Tutor English Department Multiple Locations Part Time Oct 19, 2023
MARC Student Tutor Mathematics Academic Resource Center Multiple Locations Part Time Oct 19, 2023
Federal Work Study Office of the Registrar Multiple Locations Part Time Sep 21, 2023
Knight Ambassador Admissions/ Orientation Multiple Locations Part Time Sep 21, 2023
Peer Mentor Academic Affairs Multiple Locations Part Time Oct 19, 2023
Peer Tutor Student Success Center Multiple Locations Part Time Dec 4, 2023
Federal Work Study Office of Financial Aid Macon Part Time Sep 28, 2023
Federal Work Study Hatcher Conference Center Macon Part Time Jan 23, 2024
Student Assistant Hatcher Conference Center Macon Part Time Jan 23, 2024
Lifeguard Recreation & Wellness Macon Part Time Nov 6, 2023
Student Assistant - Marketing Center for Career and Leadership Development Macon Part Time Nov 14, 2023
Student Assistant IT Services Macon Part Time Jan 25, 2024
Student Assistant - Leadership Center for Career and Leadership Development Macon Part Time Nov 22, 2023
Student Assistant - Lab Department of Nursing Macon Part Time Oct 9, 2023
Student Assistant Recreation & Wellness Macon Part Time Nov 6, 2023
Student Assistant Department Of Aviation Maintenance and Structural Technology Eastman Part Time Jan 29, 2024
Community Assistant - Knights Hall Housing & Residence Life Cochran Part Time Nov 9, 2023
Student Driver Transportation Cochran Part Time Jan 17, 2024

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Executive Director of the Center for Middle Georgia Studies

The Executive Director serves as the executive officer and chief administrator of Center for Middle Georgia Studies (CMGS). The Executive Director is responsible for identifying pathways and projects for University partnership with community-based organizations, non-profits, governmental agencies and businesses throughout the Middle Georgia area. The Executive Director will develop relationships with external stakeholders and identify participants from the University community to provide joint activities focused on real-world solutions. Such projects and initiatives may include research, events, training and development, strategic planning, symposiums, and knowledge building. The Executive Director will ensure there is a sound business plan in place and oversee the operations of the CMGS. The Executive Director will facilitate and collaborate with other departments within the University and community stakeholders. The Executive Director will provide a support role in development operations to obtain grants and philanthropy to support the work of the CMGS. The Executive Director reports to the Office of the President and collaborates with the Office of the Provost.

To apply, please submit a resume and/or vita, and cover letter, to Faculty and Staff Job Openings

Applications and nominations will be accepted until a successful candidate has been selected. Review of applications will begin immediately.