Graduate Research Assistant in Hawaiian
University of Hawaii - Honolulu, HI

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Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. To assist in the development of curriculum and creating illustrations for Hawaiian language courses, textbooks, posters and other media. Duties include working with supervisor to:
  • 2.
    • conduct research leading to the development of Hawaiian language curriculum materials and other resources for Hawaiian speaking communities;
  • 3.
    • develop, articulate, implement, and evaluate Hawaiian language curriculum materials to be used in elementary Hawaiian language classrooms;
  • 4.
    • meet regularly with supervisor; and
  • 5.
    • perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
  • Minimum Qualifications
  • 1. At the time of hire, student must be admitted full-time, in good standing, at the University of Hawai’i in a graduate degree program in Hawaiian Language, Hawaiian Studies, Education, or a related field. Must be able to demonstrate:
  • 2.
    • a basic proficiency in Hawaiian as substantiated by an undergraduate degree in Hawaiian, completion of four years of Hawaiian language at an accredited university or college, or other related and comparable Hawaiian language experience;
  • 3. strong organizational, writing, and communication skills as substantiated by current references;
  • 4.
    • ability to work independently and reliably as a part of a team as substantiated by current references;
  • 5.
    • excellent capabilities in the following software: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; and
  • 6.
    • ability to utilize world wide web based research engines.
  • Desirable Qualifications
  • 1. accredited university or college, or other related and comparable Hawaiian language experience;
  • 2. able to paint, draw, illustrate images with real materials and/or on computer for curriculum development
  • 3.
    • researching Hawaiian language primary source materials using online databases, microfilm, paper indexes, etc.;
  • 4.
    • using a MAC computer;
  • 5.
    • digitizing;
  • 6.
    • transcribing Hawaiian language audio and/or video recordings;
  • 7.
    • editing Hawaiian language texts; and
  • 8.
    •program database input on computer, as assigned.

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