Employment Opportunities at AUA


AUA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to an active non-discrimination program within the institution.

Position: Operations and Communications Coordinator (OCC), AUA Acopian Center for the Environment


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

The OCC will work with and support the Director of the Center to:

OPERATIONS:

1. Fulfill the administrative requirements of the University (such as completing and submitting travel and expense request and reports, absentee forms, vacation reports, acceptance-transfer acts, etc.),  
2.
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Position: Library Assistant


Library Assistant will be responsible for the library facility security and services as well as supervision of students for evening hours, from 9:00 pm to 2am, Monday through Friday.

Responsibilities:

1. Assists students with general information questions;
2. Provides basic level circulation services (Book Drop-in service, Study-Room reservation);
3.
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Position: Freshman English Instructor, AUA College of Humanities & Social Sciences


Fall 2014 – Spring 2015

Freshman English, part of the undergraduate program, is one of AUA’s signature foundation courses designed to promote the university’s core values of academic excellence, free inquiry, integrity, scholarship, leadership, and service while building the skills students need for success at AUA and beyond.
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SHORT-TERM SERVICE CONTRACTOR: Telephone Interviewer


SHORT-TERM SERVICE CONTRACTOR: Telephone Interviewer (to conduct telephone interviews with the beneficiaries of TRDP)

SCOPE OF SERVICES:

 - Prepare a schedule for telephone interviews with beneficiaries
 - Contact and conduct telephone interviews
 - Record interview responses by entering answers into computer assisted system, using paper and pencil, or other means
 - Make sure to record responses completely
 - Explain questionnaire questions, when necessary, as framed

REQUIREMENTS:

Good communication and interpersonal skills Excellent listening skills Speed, accuracy, and attention to detail Clear handwriting A persuasive manner Ability to meet deadlines

PLACE: Yerevan, Armenia

PERIOD: Short-term (10 days)

SCHEDULE: 6-8 hours a day

APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 19, 2014

How to apply: Applicants are requested to submit a CV via e-mail: jobs@aua.am

 

 

 
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SHORT-TERM SERVICE CONTRACTOR: Data Entry


SCOPE OF SERVICES:

 - Review, check, and code all applications and questionnaires
 - Compile, sort and verify the accuracy of data before it is entered
 - Translate the information in open-ended questions into English
 - Code the questions in open-ended questions
 - Enter the data into designated SPSS software
 - Locate and correct data entry errors
 - Data cleaning and submission
 - Complete the required task within the desired deadline
 - Maintain confidentiality regarding the information being processed

REQUIREMENTS:

Excellent command of SPSS software package is required Master’s degree is preferable (in PSIA, Social Sciences, or other relevant field) Fluency in English and Armenian Data analysis and interpretation skills Computer management skills Speed and accuracy with attention to detail Ability to meet deadlines

Turpanjian Rural Development Program (TRDP)

PLACE: Yerevan, Armenia

PERIOD: Short-term (15-20 days)

SCHEDULE: 6-8 hours a day

APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 19, 2014

How to apply: Applicants are requested to submit a CV via e-mail: jobs@aua.am
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Position: Nurse


The Nurse handles the daily operations of the AUA Clinic. Responsibilities include consistent application of the nursing process and communication skills in patient management and health promotion activities. The nurse provides health counseling, health promotion education, and emergent care services for AUA faculty, staff students, and visitors.
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Position: Facility Management Coordinator/Warehouse


Responsibilities:

- Coordinates and controls the cleaning and serving activities of the building.
- Ensures regular and precise operation of the warehouses: (orders goods and materials needed for the cleaning and serving activities of the building, performs acceptance, checking, sorting, encoding and omission of products by necessity).
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Position: Manager, Mining Legislation Reform Initiative (MLRI), a project of the AUA Center for Responsible Mining (AUA CRM)


BACKGROUND: 

The existing legislation makes it very attractive for mining companies to operate in Armenia.  However, mining done under this legislative framework exposes the country’s environment and public health to significant damage. It also deprives the country of greater economic benefits the sector could provide.
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CALL FOR IDEAS AND POSITIONS: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, General Education Foundation Course in Armenian History


CALL FOR IDEAS General Education Foundation Course in Armenian History

In its continuing effort to foster educational innovation in an environment of open discussion, the American University of Armenia (AUA) is seeking ideas and proposals for its General Education Foundation Course in Armenian History, a required subject for all students at Armenian universities.
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CALL FOR IDEAS AND POSITIONS: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, General Education Foundation Course in Armenian Language & Literature


CALL FOR IDEAS General Education Foundation Course in Armenian Language & Literature

In its continuing effort to foster educational innovation in an environment of open discussion, the American University of Armenia (AUA) is seeking ideas and proposals for its General Education Foundation Course in Armenian Language and Literature, a required subject for all students at Armenian universities.
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AUA College of Humanities & Social Sciences: Possible Job Openings for Fall 2014 – Spring 2015


Applicants should have an advanced degree (preferably doctorate) and experience teaching the subject applied for at a college or university (preferably US-accredited) where the language of instruction is English.   These subjects will be taught on a regular semester schedule, 3 credits per term (45 hours of instruction over 15 weeks), during the day.  
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