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Employment


FCS Student Employment

 
The School of Family & Consumer Science employs both undergraduate and graduate students in several different capacities. The number of open positions available in each capacity for a given semester can vary from semester to semester. Below is a description of the types of work and employment opportunities available through our School. If you have been offered a job in any of the following positions, please complete the documents found in the hiring packet below each description.
 
Graders
Student graders are hired by faculty members to assist them with scoring and recording student assignments and projects for a specific course. Typically a hiring faculty member may require a grader to have taken the course involved and passed it with a grade of A or B. In some cases students may be hired as graders if they can demonstrate an adequate knowledge and skill in the subject.
 
Graduate Assistants (GA’s)
FCS Graduate Advisors & Professors select the students for our Graduate Assistant positions. There are 3 types of GA’s: 
  • Graduate Instructional Assistants
  • Graduate Teaching Assistants
  • Graduate Research Assistants. 
 
Office Workers
Students who are eligible to work under the Federal Work Study program are hired to support our office staff. Applicants for this position must apply for the Federal Work Study program through the Financial Aid Office for each year and summer session in which they wish to work. Duties typically include general clerical and office duties such as answering the phone, making copies, data entry, sorting mail, etc.   The positions are posted on Jobs4Cats when there are openings.

FCS Faculty Employment


The following documents provide an overview of the policies and procedures of the Department, the College of Applied Arts, and Texas State:

 

Summary of Benefits for Faculty Members

Academic Affairs Tenure and Promotion Review

Academic Affairs Development/Evaluation of Tenure-Track Faculty

College Criteria and Documentation for Promotion and Tenure

Departmental Annual Faculty Evaluation Policy

Departmental Promotion and Tenure Criteria Document

 

Texas State University-San Marcos is an affirmative action, equal opportunity educational institution and as such does not discriminate on grounds of race, color, creed or religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental handicaps, or status as a disabled or Vietnam era veteran. Texas State is committed to increasing the number of women and minorities in faculty and senior administrative positions. Texas State University-San Marcos is a member of the Texas State University System. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointments for financial or programmatic reasons.