Graduate Assistant - Sexual Assault Prevention

Published: 25 Feb 2011

post categories: Jobs, GA Announcements

source: Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

Position Announcement

Graduate Assistant - Sexual Assault Prevention Graduate Assistant in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

Salary - graduate assistant pay scale

Additional Salary Information - Stipend, health insurance, ten (10) credits of tuition remission per fall and spring semester. Twelve (12) month appointment, with reappointment determined by supervisor.

The Graduate Assistant will coordinate outreach and education for sexual assault and relationship violence within the fraternity and sorority community. The Graduate Assistant will be responsible for:

  • coordinating all Ten Man Plans within the fraternity community (outreach efforts to individual fraternity chapters to raise awareness about sexual assault);
  • coordinating all Ten Woman Plans within the sorority community (outreach efforts to individual sorority chapters to raise awareness about supporting victims of sexual assault);
  • serving as a liaison to the Victim Advocate and Sexual Assault Prevention staff in the Health Center;
  • implementing programs and publicity for special events and activities;
  • disseminating existing Health Center publications, handouts, and articles to fraternities and sororities;
  • developing Greek-specific publications, handouts, and articles on sexual assault and related topics.
  • advising the fraternity and sorority participants in the Violence Intervention Assistants program (a program designed to raise awareness within chapters about sexual assault and related issues);
  • developing and implementing assessment strategies within the Fraternity and Sorority community.

Qualifications:  Bachelor's Degree required. Previous experience with university-based rape education or outreach programs is desirable. Skills and experiences in making presentations and planning programs are important along with an understanding of issues related to sexual assault and relationship violence. Experience or interest in working with fraternities and sororities preferred.

To apply:  Visit  Contact Meghan Cohen at (301) 314-7447 or mcohen13 [at] umd [dot] edu with any questions or concerns. 


 The University of Maryland is an EEO/AA employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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