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CITRIS Student Lead

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Hours Per Week: 15 Hours
Background Check: No
CITRIS seeks student to lead intern multi-disciplinary team. As the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society at UC Merced, we deliver high-quality tech-related program for students, community learners, and faculty. The successful candidate will possess and practice excellent communication skills, organizational processes and develop project management protocols for education, outreach, events, and research. 

*Providing the oversight and coordination of all student interns with CITRIS. 
*Highly collaborative organization will need participation and leadership, including agenda setting and annotating and assigning responsibilities, for CITRIS related meetings, keeping documentation updated and properly filed in Box, Teams, etc..
*Tracking and coordinating student intern availability for CITRIS events and and meetings and providing a schedule to the Program Director when requested. 
*Assisting with events sponsored or hosted by CITRIS as needed. 
*Developing messaging.
*Assisting with other CITRIS projects as necessary. 

 *Organization skills including creating necessary documentation and providing options for completing tasks with technology tools.
*The ability quickly learn and comprehend complex scenarios and software applications. 
*The ability to pay attention to detail and solve problems, especially in dynamic environments where instruction is necessary. 
*Leadership and communication experience with diverse groups to complete tasks while keeping quality and efficiency as priorities and exercising independent judgment
Please contact Leigh Bernacchi at for more information.
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The University of California at Merced is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of diversity among its faculty, staff and students.
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