The Samarpan Academy Institute of Crisis Management Studies (ICMS) is looking for a graduate assistant who will assist faculty and staff in IT services and other administrative duties, while completing a two-year Master’s degree in Crisis Management Studies, This is a rewarding and challenging role where you will be living and working in Kathmandu for two years, commencing November 22, 2016.
Graduate Assistant Role:
This is a varied role which would encompass the following tasks:
IT services, websites, and social media outlets; communications and other administrative tasks.
Required Qualifications and Experience:
The ICMS is seeking a native-English speaker who has completed an undergraduate degree in any field, and who has a background in IT.
Those with qualifications and experience in TOEFL are particularly encouraged to apply, as well as those who have volunteered abroad.
Candidates familiar with Google Apps for Education, database and publishing software (ex. Obvibase and Microsoft Publisher), and basic IT support are preferred.
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The Institute of Crisis Management Studies is a newly established center for academia focusing on the management of crisis resulting from both human activity and natural causes. It offers a unique, multidisciplinary Master of Arts in Crisis Management, providing the very best national and international scholars, practitioners and experts currently engaged in the diverse areas pertaining to crisis. The ICMS also offers trainings, simulation exercises and field visits, not only as part of the curriculum but as practical exercises for a range of different governmental and non-governmental organizations and initiatives.
The specialized nature of the ICMS extends to its purpose built grounds, computer facilities, and online learning experiences to inspire students to advance themselves and the subject. Our dedication to producing crisis managers means a commitment to undertaking and facilitating the very newest research in the subject, as well as providing a forum for policy dialogues and symposiums into current issues relating to crisis. To these ends, the scholarly and practical activities currently being undertaken stand both in the service of the nation and the international community.