USF Honors College needs two communications, marketing G.A.’s (paid)

Job Summary: The Honors College seeks two Communications and Marketing Graduate Assistants. One GA will manage the College’s social media accounts and write for and/or design marketing and communication materials. One GA will help plan and coordinate College events. This may also include creating both printed and digital marketing material. Positions will be open until filled.

 Nature of Work: This job reports to the Honors College Director of Communications and Marketing.

The Social Media Graduate Assistant will manage the College’s social media accounts. This will include creating and posting content, promoting and publishing events, photography and/or videography, and other duties as assigned.

The Special Events Graduate Assistant will manage multiple College events including commencement and convocation, as well as special events. This work will include managing event logistics, corresponding with guests, assisting with the creation of both printed and digital marketing material related to events.


Requirements: This position requires a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in communication, marketing, public relations, technical writing, digital media, business, or a related field. Applicants must be current graduate students at the University of South Florida in Tampa.


Compensation: Pay starts $13.52 per hour and a tuition fee waiver is available. Start date will be in May 2017 – working throughout summer with the possibility of continuing into the fall and spring semesters.


Contact: To apply please email your cover letter and resume to Amy Harroun at


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