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3/24/15 Director of Alumni and Donor Engagement, Georgian Court University

Summary:

This full-time position is responsible for planning and implementing all aspects of alumni relations, with special emphasis on alumni philanthropic engagement and increasing the alumni participation rate. The Director will develop and implement key strategies for cultivation and solicitation as well as organize and implement programs and events that deliver a tangible return on investment and provide for meaningful engagement in support of the University vision, mission, and values. The Director will serve as the liaison with the Alumni Association Board of Directors, arranging its meetings, staffing its committees and ensuring strong and productive relationships between its members and the academic and administrative units of the University. The Director will improve, enhance and measure the effectiveness of existing programs while formulating new initiatives that will resonate with alumni; ensure that the University is able to draw upon the skills and talents of its graduates and the rich and varied resources across campus to offer programming that is rewarding to alumni; and foster an environment of achievement.  Reports to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage special events that generate revenue.
  • Manage a portfolio of 50-75 potential alumni donors through the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship process for gifts in support of the university mission and vision.
  • Maintain active and meaningful communications with alumni through a variety of media, including the Web, social media, monthly alumni e-newsletter, correspondence, and personal contacts.
  • Identify and recruit reunion class committee members, and manage all events of Reunion Weekend including scheduling, print materials and the Annual Alumni Awards Ceremony.
  • Coordinate regional club programs, networking sessions, Young Alumni programs, and student activities, including marketing and communications, volunteer management, scheduling, registration and all logistics.
  • Plan, implement and promote alumni programs that support the University strategic plan as well as the goals of the alumni strategic plan in collaboration with colleagues within the Office of Advancement, the Provost's Office and throughout the schools.
  • Create a variety of programs that appeal to constituent populations. Coordinate all logistics for the programs, including space reservations, securing speakers, catering, marketing and other vendor needs. Develop and manage budgets for each program.
  • In conjunction with student affairs, athletics, and other key University partners, participate with student orientation, athletic games, and similar activities.
  • Manage and expand an annual student philanthropy program targeting freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors to expand a culture of giving before students graduate. This includes working with other departments on campus to identify opportunities to engage students in philanthropy and the fundraising efforts of the University. Direct solicitation and participation is one of the objectives; however, a main goal is to educate students about philanthropy and how it impacts the University while they are students on campus and the importance of alumni giving.
  • Coordinate alumni activities including but not limited to Homecoming & Family Day, and regional events according to specific target metrics.
  • Develop and submit for approval by the VP annual strategic and operating plans.
  • Implement annual and strategic plans to increase number of affinity groups, chapters, and related alumni engagement activities that lead to philanthropic support.
  • Integrate the core values of respect, integrity, compassion, justice and service in all aspects of interaction.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications/ The successful candidate for this position would have the following:

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably Master’s Degree.
  • A minimum of two years of experience with proven success and related experience in alumni relations, volunteer management, philanthropic fundraising, and managing programs with demonstrated return on investment.
  • Experience writing alumni and donor centered communications, including brochures, proposals, acknowledgment materials, etc.
  • Prior experience and familiarity with special events, constituent engagement and philanthropic fundraising. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Must be articulate and possess excellent writing and computer skills, particularly with MS Office.
  • Must exercise a high degree of discretion and independent judgment.
  • Must be willing to travel locally, regionally, and nationally.
  • Must have ability to organize and complete multiple tasks simultaneously with close attention to detail and prioritization to meet deadlines.
  • Must be able to work collaboratively with various constituencies and departments.
  • Must have flexibility and initiative, as well as the ability to work independently, combined with the skills for thriving in a team environment to achieve institutional goals.
  • Raisers Edge knowledge and experience preferred.
  • High professional and ethical standards for handling confidential information.
  • The demonstrated ability to strategize, implement and build constituency programs and activities, along with a talent for motivating volunteers, and increasing revenue.

A demonstrated professional attitude, personality and related work ethic to work effectively with colleagues, University representatives and partners, senior University officials and volunteer leaders.

Application Instructions:  In order to be considered for this position, you must submit your credentials online.  Create a Georgian Court University Employment Account by clicking on the position title on our web site at: 

http://www.georgian.edu/hresources/employment/interview_exchange.htm

You will be able to upload the following documents, which are required for consideration: 

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • List of names and telephone numbers of three professional references

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Please visit our web site at http://www.georgian.edu                                                                                 
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3/23/15 (Anticipated Start Date:  July 1, 2015) Benefits Specialist, Georgian Court University

Summary:

Under the direction of the Director of Human Resources Operations, the Benefits Specialist performs professional level human resources duties in the administration, coordination and compliance of all employee benefits programs and wellness initiatives; and serves as liaison to insurance brokers.  The incumbent performs a full range of duties and responsibilities with minimal supervision and instruction and a high degree of confidentiality.

The Benefits Specialist implements and administers assigned program responsibilities; conducts research; analyzes data and prepares metrics and reports; assists employees with benefit enrollment website issues; and oversees all benefits- related billing, including invoices for payment and payroll reconciliation.  In addition, this position acts as representative to all employees for new hire information and benefits explanation; initiates all workers’ compensation notice of injuries; oversees Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) administration; and provides guidance to employees and management on all leave requests and return-to-work requests.  

Responsibilities:

  • Administer employee benefits including health, prescription, vision, dental, life insurance, retirement, and flexible spending accounts.
  • Review employee hours to determine benefit eligibility.
  • Liaison to insurance brokers and insurance providers including disability, workers’ compensation, and state agencies.
  • Assist with contract negotiation, renewal, and 5500 filings.
  • Compile and maintain information for annual compliance including retirement audit.
  • Complete retirement and section 125 discrimination testing annually.
  • Report and track workers’ compensation claims and complete annual OSHA survey.
  • Coordinate annual benefits open enrollment including materials and communication.
  • Conduct new hire benefits orientation and complete online enrollments.
  • Manage and maintain plan details and employee benefits records in HRIS system.
  • Review and reconcile insurance provider invoices.
  • Transmit employee retirement deductions to TIAA-CREF.
  • Review and approve leave of absence requests.
  • Prepare letters/forms for all disability and workers’ compensation claims and leave of absence requests.
  • Address and resolve employee benefits questions/issues.
  • Maintain broker contact to investigate discrepancies and provide information in non-routine situations.
  • Maintain contracts, plan documents, summary plan descriptions, and related benefits information.
  • Maintain employee benefits files; carrier election forms, temporary and long term disability claims, workers’ compensation claims, and leave of absence requests.
  • Maintain knowledge of current legal regulations and government reporting requirements under the ACA (Affordable Care Act).
  • Administer the COBRA process, including providing notification letters and forms to qualifying employees, change and termination of coverage, collection of premiums, and processing of premium payments through Student Accounts/Bursar.
  • Organize annual Service Awards program.
  • Organize employee wellness programs and seminars.
  • Assist in responding to miscellaneous surveys and inquiries relating to benefits, as needed.
  • Participate in University committees regarding, benefits, safety, and wellness.
  • Integrate the core values of respect, compassion, integrity, justice and service in all aspects of interaction.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications / The successful candidate for this position would have the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • At least 2-3 years of successful work experience in a Human Resources function, including work in compliance, benefit plan administration, workers’ compensation, disability, leave of absence, and 5500 filings.
  • A PHR and/or Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) certification is a plus.
  • Experience in a self-insured environment is a plus.
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and writing skills.
  • Excellent computer skills required including MS Word, Excel, Email, Web search, and aptitude for learning new software.
  • Experience with HRIS, aptitude for learning new systems is imperative.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.
  • Ability to engender trust and maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability work in a fast paced environment and manage multiple projects simultaneously while maintaining attention-to-detail and accuracy. 
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies within a diverse community.

Application Instructions:  In order to be considered for this position, you must submit your credentials online.  Create a Georgian Court University Employment Account by clicking on the position title on our web site at: 

http://www.georgian.edu/hresources/employment/interview_exchange.htm

You will be able to upload the following documents, which are required for consideration: 

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • List of names and telephone numbers of three professional references

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Please visit our web site at http://www.georgian.edu                                                                                 
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3/18/15 Director, Campus Ministry, Mercy College of Health Sciences

Mercy College of Health Sciences, located in Des Moines, Iowa, is central Iowa’s only Catholic college. The founding beliefs established by the Sisters of Mercy guide the College as it educates nurses and allied health care professionals in its third century of operation.

We are seeking applicants for the full–time position of Director, Campus Ministry.  This position will provide spiritual support to members of the College community and administer campus ministry needs  The position will also serve as part-time faculty in the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences.  Campus Ministry responsibilities include:  assisting students with the application of spiritual values and faith development, providing pastoral counseling and spiritual direction, providing leadership in the development of co-curricular activities to foster social justice, ethics, ecumenism, diversity, and personal prayer for students, staff, alumni and related constituencies.  Teaching responsibilities include:  teaching, supervising, and evaluating student learning experiences in courses such as servant leadership, scripture or religious studies.

Qualifications include a Master’s degree in ministry, scripture, theology, or religious studies, demonstrated ability to teach in higher education, active Roman Catholic, three years of experience with non-traditional-aged young adult ministry, knowledge of contemporary issues in Catholic higher education and significant understanding of the essentials of young adult ministry.

Mercy College of Health Sciences offers a competitive salary and benefit package.

Interested applicants can apply online at www.mchs.edu.

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3/17/15 Dean of University Libraries and Instructional Technology, University of Detroit Mercy

The University of Detroit Mercy is the largest private university in the state of Michigan. Through its seven schools and colleges UDM offers more than 100 academic programs. All three of its campuses are located in the city of Detroit, which is witnessing rapid economic growth and a burgeoning arts community. The University is committed to being a positive presence in this urban environment. Focusing on Jesuit and Mercy values, it seeks to integrate the intellectual, spiritual, ethical and social development of students. More information is available at www.udmercy.edu.

We invite applications for Dean of University Libraries and Instructional Technology. We seek an energetic leader who will embrace and implement the University's mission of student-centered excellence in education. Applicants should have a visionary perspective on the role of libraries and instructional technology, and understand the role of Dean as requiring broad collaboration with individuals and organizations both on and off campus. 

The Dean of University Libraries and Instructional Technology provides leadership in all aspects of library administration. The Dean is accountable for creating a vision and strategic plan that embraces current academic trends, integrating technology awareness, teaching, research, and digitization. In addition to overseeing the McNichols Campus and School of Dentistry libraries, the Dean also leads the Instructional Design Studio in coordinating, administering, and developing policies related to the University's online programs and courses, managing the state authorizations process, facilitating faculty and student proficiency with regard to online instructional technologies, and recommending new online instructional technologies to University Information Technology Services.

The Dean reports to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and serves on a team with other academic leaders from all three campuses. The Dean works with librarians who have faculty status and are members of the University of Detroit Mercy Professors' Union, support personnel who are members of the UDM Professional Support Staff Association/Michigan Education Association, and other professional staff.  Three associate deans, the director of the School of Dentistry Library, and an administrative assistant report directly to the Dean.

Candidates for this position must demonstrate an academic and professional record that would warrant tenure and rank at Associate or Senior Librarian level.

Responsibilities

  • Provides executive leadership and oversight of UDM Libraries and Instructional Design Studio (IDS), including management of budgets and coordination of staff.
  • Participates in the Academic Leadership Team, President’s Council Plus and other senior leadership meetings, retreats, initiatives and activities.
  • Oversees instructional technology including online educational initiatives.
  • Develops, manages and advocates for budgets that support the changing needs of libraries and instructional technology.
  • Sets standards for collection development and student satisfaction.
  • Coordinates development of digital special collections.
  • Nurtures a collegial environment within the Libraries and IDS, as well as with other faculty and administrators including the School of Law Library Director.
  • Ensures compliance of accreditation requirements for the university and individual academic programs.
  • Recruits, hires, mentors and evaluates librarians, support personnel, and administrators; creates with them professional development plans.
  • Serves as chief representative for the Libraries and IDS.
  • Actively represents UDM to such organizations as the Detroit Area Library Network, Association of Jesuit College and University Library Deans, etc.
  • Identifies and implements strategies for fundraising.
  • Serves on university committees and leads initiatives at the request of the President and/or Provost.

Required Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Library Science or equivalent from an ALA-accredited program.
  • Minimum of seven years of experience as an academic library administrator in positions of increasing responsibility.
  • Experience with current and emerging library and instructional technologies.
  • Evidence of active engagement in academic librarianship and leadership in professional organizations.
  • Demonstrable skills in personnel, budget, and facilities management.
  • Strong interpersonal and interprofessional communication skills.
  • Strong positive customer service attitude.
  • Evidence of a strong commitment to diversity.
  • Evidence of a commitment to professional development and mentoring of personnel.

Desired Qualifications

  • Second master’s degree or doctorate.
  • Experience with online education and e-learning.
  • Knowledge of state authorization requirements for online education.
  • Experience in academic collective bargaining environments.
  • Experience working with librarians who have faculty status.
  • Experience in an academic shared governance environment.
  • Record of cultivating external funds, grants, and gifts.

For details about this position and to apply please click http://www.udmercy.edu/hr/jobs

Michigan's largest, most comprehensive private University, the University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy and Society of Jesus. The university seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University's mission, diversity, and excellence of its academic community.  The University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a diverse faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.

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3/13/15 Vice President for Student Affairs, Salve Regina University

Salve Regina University invites nominations and applications for the senior leadership position of Vice President for Student Affairs. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1947, Salve Regina is a private, coeducational university that offers a comprehensive education with a liberal arts foundation that fosters the development of each student’s individual talents. The University enrolls more than 2,700 undergraduate and graduate students from across the U.S. and around the world. The seaside campus, which is located along the famous Cliff Walk in historic Newport, Rhode Island, is comprised of seven contiguous estates showcasing some of the great architectural works of the Gilded Age that have been beautifully preserved and adapted to serve the University’s contemporary residential academic community.

Reporting to the President, the Vice President for Student Affairs is a key member of the senior cabinet and provides vision and leadership to a dynamic division that includes athletics/recreation, counseling and health services, dean of students, multicultural programs, campus/residential life, safety and security, student conduct, student development, and student activities/orientation. Working collaboratively with academic leaders and class deans, the Vice President ensures synergy between academic and co-curricular programs and policies. The Vice President serves as the chief student advocate, demonstrating a strong commitment to student success, diversity, and service learning. As a division leader, the Vice President is responsible for the formulation and implementation of strategic plans in concert with institutional goals and objectives; assessment and analysis of programmatic impact and learning outcomes; and continuous staff development and capacity building essential to a forward-looking and goal-oriented organization. As a member of the President’s cabinet, the Vice President actively contributes to long-range strategic planning for the University including the design and expansion of facilities that directly impact and enhance student life; collaborates with other senior officers on enrollment management priorities including recruitment and retention efforts; and represents the University as well as the Division of Student Affairs on campus-wide committees and to external constituents. The Vice President leads a division of 72, including eight direct reports, and manages an operating budget in excess of $8.2 million. Additionally, the Vice President is a highly visible, approachable, and engaged member of the campus who projects the values of the institution and thinks and acts creatively, courageously, and with care for all members of the University community.

Candidates must possess a master’s degree (earned doctorate preferred) in college student personnel administration, higher education administration, or a similar field with substantive, progressively responsible leadership experience in student affairs. A demonstrated commitment to student success and transformation coupled with a vision for working collaboratively with colleagues across the institution to achieve institutional priorities is required. Additional capabilities and experience that will be important considerations in the selection of the next Vice President for Student Affairs include: an ability to be both strategic and passionate, as well as data-oriented and relationship-driven; demonstrated knowledge of best practices, trends, and issues impacting higher education and tuition-driven institutions, including familiarity with retention initiatives, Title IX, VAWA, and intercollegiate athletics; facility to lead in times of crisis; familiarity with residential life and the building of a vibrant campus experience for undergraduates; excellent management and staff development skills; unwavering commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; successful grant writing experience; track record of continuous learning and active engagement in professional associations; fiscal planning and budget management skills; and a facility for bringing forward creative solutions to address complex challenges. The successful candidate will also possess an understanding of and commitment to Salve Regina’s Mercy, Catholic tradition and mission of compassion, harmony, and universal justice.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications received by April 10, 2015 will be assured full consideration. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website at www.spelmanandjohnson.com under the link Current Searches. Inquiries or nominations may be directed to Valerie Szymkowicz at vbs@spelmanandjohnson.com.

SJG – The Spelman & Johnson Group
Salve Regina University – Vice President for Student Affairs
Valerie B. Szymkowicz, Senior Associate

Visit the Salve Regina University website at www.salve.edu

Salve Regina University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

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2/25/15 Chaplain/Campus Minister, Gwynedd Mercy University

SUMMARY:
Reporting to the Director of Campus Ministry, the Chaplain/Campus Minister collaborates with other members of the Campus Ministry staff and the Office of Mission and Planning to sustain and nourish the spiritual life of the university community; respond to pastoral needs; advance the university mission and the charism of the Sisters of Mercy and the Catholic identity of the university.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.  Other related duties may be assigned.

  • Coordinates all aspects of Eucharistic liturgies and other prayer experiences that mark the seasons of the church year and university celebrations and milestones.
  • Provides spiritual direction, pastoral counseling and pastoral care of the community as appropriate.  Serves as a resource for Sacraments as needed.
  • Invites, trains and supports persons for liturgical ministries. Oversees care and usage of the chapel.
  • Designs and conducts spiritual and educational programs and retreats including ecumenical and interfaith opportunities.
  • Serves as a faculty resource for the integration of mission and Catholic identity in the curriculum and as a resource for other university constituents.
  • Collaborates with Student Services division to incorporate mission and identity oriented program elements into student development opportunities.
  • Develops relationships and identifies resources/opportunities in local Catholic parishes and among other denominations
  • Serves as an ex-officio member of the Mission & Values Committee and serves on other College committees and task forces as appropriate.
  • Maintains active membership in the Catholic Campus Ministry Association.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervises Pastoral Musician.  May supervise student workers available through work-study.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education/Experience 
Masters Degree in theology, religious education, pastoral ministry, liturgy, or a related field.
Roman Catholic priest with some experience in higher education preferred.

Language Skills
Ability to effectively present information to all constituencies. Ability to create liturgies and prayer services with sensitivity to inclusive language.

Mathematical Skills
Ability to apply basic mathematical concepts to practical situations. Ability to create and maintain a budget. Ability to work with statistical information.

Reasoning Ability
Ability to apply principles of logic and problem solving to a wide range of intellectual, practical and interpersonal problems.  Ability to deal with a variety of abstract and concrete variables.

Interpersonal Skills
Particular need for good listening skills and a compassionate heart.  Ability to interact effectively and professionally with others and to collaborate as part of a ministry team.

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Ability/willingness to drive 12-passenger University van is also desirable. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus.

Application Instructions:  To be considered, you must complete the online application by clicking here. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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2/23/15 Program Director, Masterís in Fine Arts, Masterís in Fine Arts (MFA) Program, Carlow University

The Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing is a distinctive low-residency program in fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction.  Students spend a two week January residency at Carlow University, Pittsburgh, and a two week June residency at Trinity College Dublin, studying with award winning writers. Student mentor ratio is 5:1. After the residencies, students continue a five month practicum with their mentors. The program attracts students of diverse ages from across the United States. Please see the program website at:

 http://www.carlow.edu/MFA_-_Low_Residency_Graduate_Program.aspx

The Program Director holds a full-time faculty position with Carlow University. The director provides effective administrative leaderships and managerial skills in: defining and assessing program outcomes, developing strategic approaches to planning; managing human, fiscal and physical resources; pursuing entrepreneurial opportunities; generating and managing grant funds in support of teaching, research, and development; facilitating mentoring and retention of program faculty and mentors. In addition, the Director interacts with MFA students through teaching and advising.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Evaluate faculty and staff performance
  • Participate in academic program reviews as requested
  • Serve on academic committees
  • Abide by university policy as stated in the Employee Handbook and Faculty Handbook
  • Participate in the admissions process for new students
  • Maintain MFA policy guidelines
  • Design the program for residencies; hiring mentors and speakers
  • Communicate regularly with American and Irish mentors to assure academic rigor in all aspects of the curriculum
  • Remain current on publishing industry and writers in all genres
  • Encourage a sense of community with students of all ages, mentors, and graduates that is respectful of cultural differences
  • Keep organized records of students’ progress and guiding them through the defense process
  • Assist in the promoting of the MFA program with marketing materials, printed and online
  • Cooperate with the Advancement Office to seek new ideas and funding sources
  • Demonstrate and reflect an understanding of and commitment of the mission and core values of the University and the Sisters of Mercy.

The intent of this list of primary duties is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this job. Incumbents perform other related duties assigned. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based on departmental needs.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Earned doctorate or terminal degree in Creative Writing or a related discipline or academic field required.
  • Act 33, Act 34, and FBI Fingerprint Clearances Required.
  • Demonstrated leadership or administrative experience, potential for securing external funding and a vision for the future of the Department as we continue to innovate in creative and global aspects of the discipline.
  • Demonstrated experience in and vision for online education and a willingness to actively engage in entrepreneurial activities and partnerships with the profession.
  • Minimum five years of full-time teaching experience, or equivalent experience, in an institution of higher learning including online instruction and course development (Blackboard, WebAdvisor, etc…)
  • Minimum of three years in curriculum development and outcome assessment.
  • Erudition of all genres: fiction, poetry and nonfiction
  • Technologies experience: 
    • E-mail software – Outlook
    • Course Management System – Blackboard, Web Advisor
    • Microsoft office applications – Excel, PowerPoint
  • Publishing of a full length book or publications in literary journals.
  • Appropriate scholarship including conferences, presentations, and/or panels.

Carlow University employees commit themselves to the highest standards of ethical conduct.  They commit to act with integrity, treat others with respect and dignity, carefully steward the University's resources, avoid conflicts of interest or commitment, maintain confidentiality, and to comply with legal and professional obligations.
Send cover letter and resume to HR4@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer by choice. We value diversity and we are committed to the recruitment of underrepresented groups.

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2/12/15 Graduate Resident Director, Campus Life, Carlow University

The Graduate Resident Director (GRD) is a part-time staff member who is currently enrolled in a relevant Master’s degree program, that includes but is not limited to Student Affairs, Higher Education Administration, Professional Counseling or Social Work.  The GRD is considered a member of the Campus Life staff.  The GRD is expected to live in the Carlow University residence hall and work an average of eighteen hours each week.

Position Responsibilities

Community Development

The GRD position provides support, encouragement and leadership to her/his community.  The GRD should be available to her/his residents and empower their residents to grow and develop as responsible citizens. The GRD helps to facilitate a positive living and academic environment. This is accomplished by:

  1. Assisting with the supervision of 6-7 Resident Assistants (RA)
  2. Facilitating bi-weekly meetings with each assigned RA
  3. Building relationships with the residents in the community
  4. Assisting residents in developing relationships with each other
  5. Holding residents accountable for their behavior
  6. Promoting student involvement in student organizations, activities and campus events

Programming

The candidate will be responsible for assisting RA’s with the planning, execution and assessment of 50-80 residence hall programs each semester. This includes academic, social, educational and leadership programming.

Mediation and Conduct

The GRD is expected to assist with mediations when conflict occurs between residents. The GRD is expected to assist individual students with their needs and concerns. The GRD may be responsible for addressing student conduct, when appropriate.

Professional Development

The GRD is expected to assist with the facilitation of RA trainings, bi-weekly meetings and individual meetings.

Crisis Management

  1. Assist residents during crisis situations and contact the necessary emergency services as needed.
  2. Support residents experiencing a mental or physical health crisis as needed.
  3. Notify the Director or Assistant Director of Campus Life of all emergencies.

Duty Responsibilities

The GRD is expected to be on-duty six scheduled weekends each semester. In addition, the GRD is expected to be on-duty eight weeknights each month. When the GRD is on-duty, she/he is expected to be within twenty minutes from the Carlow University campus and accessible by phone.

The GRD must demonstrate and reflect an understanding of and commitment to the mission and core values of Carlow University and the Sisters of Mercy. 

The intent of this list of primary duties is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this job. Incumbents perform other related duties assigned. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based upon departmental needs.

Qualifications/Eligibility

  1. Currently enrolled in a Master’s level program
  2. Have the ability to work with diverse populations
  3. Possess well developed interpersonal and communication skills
  4. Ability to create and implement large scale programs and services for students
  5. Have an understanding of the value of residence life or higher education
  6. Previous Residence Life experience is preferred but not required

Compensation

  1. $4,400 stipend ($2,200 paid each semester)
  2. Housing, a single suite in the residence hall
  3. A Carlow University meal plan

Carlow University employees commit themselves to the highest standards of ethical conduct.  They commit to act with integrity, treat others with respect and dignity, carefully steward the University's resources, avoid conflicts of interest or commitment, maintain confidentiality, and to comply with legal and professional obligations.

Send cover letter and resume to HR2@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer by choice. We value diversity and we are committed to the recruitment of underrepresented groups.  Accordingly, the University prohibits and will not engage in discrimination or harassment on the bases of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, handicap or disability, sex, age, pregnancy, ancestry, national origin, place of birth, genetic information, gender identification, veteran’s status, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.  This policy applies to all programs and activities, with respect to both admissions and employment.

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2/05/15 Associate Director of Campus Ministry, Mount Aloysius College

Mount Aloysius College invites applications for a full-time Associate Director of Campus Ministry to begin August 1, 2015.

The Associate Director collaborates with the Director of Campus Ministry to develop, implement and maintain a vital campus ministry program in service to students, faculty and staff.  Key responsibilities include program development for retreats, liturgical celebrations, service outreach and other opportunities to nurture the spiritual life of a Catholic college campus.  Provides direction for music ministry as appropriate.

A bachelor’s degree in theology or religious studies required.  A minimum of three (3) years ministry experience working with young adults is preferred.   The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, and a warm and welcoming manner.  Must have a strong knowledge of and be supportive of Roman Catholic theology and tradition.  A general knowledge of other faith backgrounds and experience in higher education a plus.  Valid PA driver’s license is required.  Frequent evening and weekend hours required.

Some degree of skill in voice, keyboard or guitar is preferred.  Incumbent must be certified by the National Catholic Campus Ministry Association (CCMA) or be willing to work toward certification.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume in confidence to the Office of Human Resources at http://www.mtaloy.edu/jobs/.  Resume review will begin on or about February 16.

Mount Aloysius College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (Minorities/Female/Disabled/Veterans)

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1/30/15 Tenure Track Faculty Position in Management, College of Business Administration, University of Detroit Mercy

The College of Business Administration at the University of Detroit Mercy seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Management.  The candidate should have a Ph.D. or DBA in Management and a research agenda, with an interest in organizational behavior, organizational theory, or strategy and policy.  All faculty members are expected to conduct scholarly research for publication, teach graduate and undergraduate courses, engage in service, and take an active role in curriculum development.  The College of Business Administration has been continuously accredited by AACSB since 1949 and places a major emphasis on excellence in teaching.  Our undergraduate Management program was recently ranked 14th in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report.

The review process begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please contact Dr. Mary Higby, College of Business Administration, University of Detroit Mercy, 4001 W. McNichols Road, Detroit MI 48221, or mary.higby@udmercy.edu.  Please provide a cover letter, CV, the names and contact information for three academic references, and if available, evidence of teaching effectiveness.

Michigan’s largest, most comprehensive private university, the University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy and the Society of Jesus.  The University seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University’s mission, diversity, and academic excellence.  The University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with a diverse faculty and student body, and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.  More information is available at http://udmercy.edu and http://business.udmercy.edu .  

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1/21/15 Director of University Ministry, University of Detroit Mercy

University of Detroit Mercy requests applications for the position of Director of University Ministry.  S/he works to foster the spiritual life of students from a variety of faith traditions by providing opportunities for religious celebration, faith formation, prayer and spiritual direction, service and reflection. 

The Director is responsible for initiating and implementing programs to nurture the Mercy, Jesuit, Catholic, and urban identity of University of Detroit Mercy student body.  This person oversees annual liturgical events, retreats, and lectures for the University community, the planning of students’ service-oriented trips locally, nationally, and internationally, and other related activities.

The Director of University Ministry manages and supervises the Ministry Team by providing professional development and guidance to two full-time, three part-time campus ministers, and a Jesuit Volunteer.  S/he coordinates the formulation of a strategic plan and the annual goals of the office; hires team members; manages the department budget and makes budget recommendations to the President as appropriate. 

The Director of University Ministry reports to the President and works with the Assistant to the President for Mission & Identity, also a direct report to the President, to nurture the Jesuit, Mercy, Catholic, and urban traditions of University of Detroit Mercy.

A Master’s degree and a minimum of 4 years of experience administering programs that support the spiritual and liturgical life of a diverse community in a higher education setting is preferred. 

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1/08/15 Coordinator, Academic Advising, Academic Affairs, Carlow University

Carlow University invites applications for the position of Coordinator of Academic Advising.  This person will coordinate academic advisor assignments.  They will provide, oversee, and coordinate undergraduate and transfer student advisement for prospective, current, and former students.  They will provide associated administrative/liaison activities to academic and student services departments; attend to student academic inquiries, assist in the resolution of individual academic problems, develop and maintain appropriate files and records.                                                             
                                          
RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide technical advice, guidance and support to faculty academic advisors within the university; assist in the training of new advisors as needed, serve as a resource on student progress, retention, success, graduation, and advisement issues for faculty advisors.
  • Participate and coordinate training sessions and recommend methods to improve advisement.
  • Execute/receive enrollment reports and coordinate assignment of faculty academic advisors.
  • Answer student inquiries and resolve problems relating to course scheduling and programs of study, course pre-requisites, and eligibility by referring to catalogs, program evaluations, and other appropriate resource material.
  • Understand programs of study, core curriculum and students who may be deciding.
  • Alert advisors when students have not registered or have dropped to a part-time load.
  • Participate in continuing in-service training for administrative personnel related to academic information and advisement procedures.
  • Prepare form letters, individual letters, and information packets in support of academic standing committee; participate in individual and group orientation and other information dissemination sessions.
  • Serve on the Appeals Committee and the Academic Standing Committee; provide information related to student progress and issues related to appeals.
  • Participate in Assessment and Registration Days and organize advising component sessions for both first year and transfer students and serve as the student contact for schedule questions until matriculation.
  • Understand Carlow articulation agreements including PA-TRAC and how these apply to transfer and adult student populations.
  • Understand financial aid regulations as they apply to student progress.
  • Support faculty advisors, athletic director, and/or other counseling personnel by providing records, evaluations, interpretations, and other requested data, recommendations, and conclusions.
  • Work with the Registrar and others as part of the HUB team in serving students.
  • Maintain accurate student records and uphold and enforce University policies.
  • Work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
  • Demonstrate and reflect an understanding of and commitment of the mission and core values of the University and the Sisters of Mercy.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. At least 3 years of experience in advising or related field.
  • Knowledge of advising practice and principles, university curriculum requirements, and student retention and progression issues.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide technical guidance and leadership to professional personnel in area of expertise.
  • Record maintenance skills
  • Demonstrated ability to gather and analyze statistical data and generate reports
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Skill in various computer software packages, such as word, excel, database management, power point and presentation programs, Internet, email and calendaring software, Datatel Colleague, and Web Advisor.
  • Knowledge of student accounts and financial aid.

Carlow University employees commit themselves to the highest standards of ethical conduct.  They commit to act with integrity, treat others with respect and dignity, carefully steward the University's resources, avoid conflicts of interest or commitment, maintain confidentiality, and to comply with legal and professional obligations.

Send cover letter and resume to HR5@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer by choice. We value diversity and we are committed to the recruitment of underrepresented groups.  

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12/22/14 Director of the African American Studies Program, University of Detroit Mercy

The University of Detroit Mercy invites applications for the position of Director of the African American Studies Program. This is a tenure-track position, to be filled at the Assistant Professor level, effective August 16, 2015. 

Responsibilities: Teaching six credit hours per semester (three credit hours in African American Studies and three credit hours in a related discipline), providing curricular and administrative leadership, student advising, and college service.

Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in African American Studies, or a closely related discipline in the humanities or social sciences. Applicants must be eligible for a tenure-track appointment in one of the departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Education. 

Required qualifications also include a record of scholarship and teaching related to African American studies, Africans, or Africans in the Diaspora; demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching; commitment to student advising and curricular development; and skills in academic leadership. The departments in the College, in which the tenure-track appointment may be made, include: Communication Studies, Computer and Information Systems, Counseling and Addiction Studies, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, English, History, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, and Social Work and Sociology.

Desired Qualifications: Administrative experience at the program or departmental level and demonstrated commitment to community outreach.

Applications received by FEBRUARY 15 will receive top priority, although applications will be considered until the position is filled.

Candidates should submit a letter describing scholarly research, teaching expertise, and administrative experience along with vitae, three letters of recommendation, and sample publications to:

Ms. Delanda Dixon, College of Liberal Arts and Education,
University of Detroit Mercy, 4001 W. McNichols Rd., Detroit, MI 48221
or by email to: dixondr@udmercy.edu. Electronic submission is preferred.

Inquiries may be directed to Harold H. Greene, Ph.D., Chairperson, AAS Faculty Advisory Committee, at greenehh@udmercy.edu

Michigan’s largest, most comprehensive private university, the University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy and the Society of Jesus.  The University seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University’s mission, diversity, and academic excellence.  The University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with a diverse faculty and student body, and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.

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12/15/14 Director of Financial Aid, Georgian Court University

Summary:

This is a full-time position which has primary responsibility for leading the University’s student financial aid awarding strategies, utilizing federal, state, institutional and private sources of grants, scholarships, and loans as appropriate, in alignment with the University's enrollment goals.  In addition, the Director will process all Federal Student Aid Funds, prepare for and manage applicable audits and complete required reports on the use of federal funds. The Director will lead the Financial Aid team in addressing the needs of prospective and current students in their quests to attain institutional, state, federal and private funds to support their successful enrollment into and graduation from the University.  As well, (s)he will work closely with University constituents on such issues as verification, professional judgment requests, satisfactory academic progress and scholarship dissemination. The Director works closely with other university offices and personnel to ensure that enrollment and retention goals are met.  Reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain current working knowledge of state and federal regulations and provides leadership in the implementation and oversight of institutional policies/procedures to ensure regulatory and policy compliance.
  • In collaboration with appropriate University leadership establish target tuition discount rates and develop strategy to meet it.
  • Participate in setting financial aid strategy. Monitor tuition discount rate and track industry trends.
  • Serve as a liaison to Admissions staff and work with the Admissions Office in coordinated recruitment efforts.
  • Apply for and maintain all federal and state funds (FISAP, and other required record keeping).
  • Demonstrate management, problem solving, administrative, analytical, counseling, communication (oral/written), interpersonal, and organizational skills.
  • Direct and supervise staff; provide training as needed; share expectations and goals; and give performance feedback.
  • Partner in the development and implementation of  financial literacy program for prospective and current students and their families
  • Ensure prompt, quality service to students, prospective students, parents, and all constituencies served by the college.
  • Counsel and advise students and their families on all aspects of financial aid including eligibility, application procedures, costs, processes, information resources, etc.
  • Review and respond to financial aid appeals.
  • Monitor standards for satisfactory academic progress.
  • Administer departmental budget.
  • Participate in annual federal A-133 audit review.
  • Serve as the on-campus expert regarding the PowerFAIDS data base including: report building and generation, oversee day-to-day maintenance, and perform as leader for best practices pertaining to PowerFAIDS usage throughout the Financial Aid Unit.
  • Serve on University-wide committees and task forces to streamline processes and develop and enhance working relationships within the University community.
  • Demonstrate a strong commitment to the mission of the University and its students.
  • Integrate the core values of respect, compassion, integrity, justice and service in all aspects of interaction.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree is  required; Master’s preferred.
  • Requires 5+ years experience in positions with progressive responsibility in administration of federal, state and institutional financial aid.
  • Excellent management, organization, and communication skills.
  • Extensive knowledge of federal and state regulations, compliance issues, and financial aid management systems is required. 
  • Demonstrated success in progressive leadership and administrative effectiveness in a financial aid office.
  • Compliance oriented while maintaining a strong commitment to serving student needs.
  • Possess the ability to work in a collaborative style to support the University’s mission along with excellent leadership, analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Proficiency in MS Office software applications required. 
  • Experience with PowerFAIDS is required.

Application Instructions:  In order to be considered for this position, you must submit your credentials online.  You will be able to upload the following documents, which are required for consideration:  cover letter; resume, and list of names and contact information for three professional references.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  

Please visit our web site at http://www.georgian.edu

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12/15/14 Director - University Ministry, University of Detroit Mercy

University of Detroit Mercy requests applications for the position of Director of University Ministry.  S/he works to foster the spiritual life of students from a variety of faith traditions by providing opportunities for religious celebration, faith formation, prayer and spiritual direction, service and reflection.

The Director is responsible for initiating and implementing programs to nurture the Mercy, Jesuit, Catholic, and urban identity of University of Detroit Mercy’s students. S/he oversees annual liturgical events, retreats, and lectures for the University community; and plans students’ service-oriented trips locally, nationally, and internationally, as well as other related activities.

The Director of University Ministry manages and supervises the Ministry Team by providing professional development and guidance to two full-time and three part-time campus ministers, and a Jesuit Volunteer. S/he coordinates the formulation of a strategic plan and the annual goals of the office; hires team members; manages the department budget; and makes budget recommendations to the President as appropriate.

The Director of University Ministry reports to the President and works with the Assistant to the President for Mission & Identity to nurture the Jesuit, Mercy, Catholic and urban traditions of University of Detroit Mercy.

A Master’s degree and a minimum of four years of experience administering programs that support the spiritual and liturgical life of a diverse community in a higher education setting is preferred.

Applications received prior to January 12, 2015 are assured full consideration. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae and the names, with contact information, of at least three references. 
The review of credentials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. To apply, please apply electronically at https://udmercy.peopleadmin.com/postings/search.

Michigan’s largest, most comprehensive private university, the University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy and the Society of Jesus.  The University seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University’s mission, diversity, and academic excellence.  The University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with a diverse faculty and student body, and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.

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12/09/14 Assistant Teacher, Early Learning Center, Carlow University

The Early Learning Center at Carlow University invites applications for an Assistant Teacher. Reporting to the Head Teacher and the Supervisor of the Early Learning Center, the Assistant Teacher assists the Head Teacher in maintaining the safety of the children, and in the implementation of daily program.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Treat children with love and respect. Must use positive guidance techniques.
  2. Must be able to see, hear, direct, and assess the activity of the children.
  3. Must follow all policies and procedures as stated in Employee Handbooks.
  4. Assist the Head Teacher in planning and implementing the daily program utilizing DAP theory as outlined by NAEYC and the Creative Curriculum.
  5. In cooperation with the Head Teacher, maintain daily communication with parents and participate in parent/teacher conferences.
  6. Maintain knowledge of and implement the guidelines and standards set by NAEYC and Keystone STARS accreditation.
  7. Take responsibility of the class when the Head Teacher is not present.
  8. Assist in the monthly assessment of each child to ensure that programming meets the individual needs of each child.
  9. Complete periodic child assessments using the Teaching Strategies: GOLD system for child development, share this information with parents, and conference with parents about their child’s development as requested.
  10. Implement Early Intervention strategies as outlined by relevant support staff.
  11. Maintain a professional manner in the classroom when working with colleagues, parents and children.
  12. Maintain a safe and clean environment for the children.
  13. Maintain and implement knowledge of current state licensing regulations.
  14. Continue professional development (required 24 hours per year) and keep abreast of current issues by reading professional journals.
  15. Attend meetings and trainings as requested by the Director.
  16. Perform any additional duties as assigned by the Head Teacher and/or the Director.
  17. Complete closing/opening duties as needed.
  18. Maintain a consistent work schedule and ethic, arriving on time and working an entire shift.
  19. Demonstrate and reflect an understanding of and commitment to the mission and core values of the University and the Sisters of Mercy.

The intent of this list of primary duties is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this job. Incumbents perform other related duties assigned. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based upon departmental needs.
 
PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Must be able to lift, carry and hold children up to 50 lbs.
  2. Must be able to actively participate in physical activities indoors and outdoors. For example: running on the playground, walking with the children on campus walks, and participating in large motor and movement activities.
  3. Must be able to physically interact with children birth to five years of age at their eye level.
  4. Must be able to physically meet the needs of an emergency situation; must be able to supervise children and insure the children's safety during various emergency situations such as quickly escort a group of children outside during a fire drill.
  5. Must be able to assist the children in toilet training, dressing, and other self-help needs.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Associate degree in Early Childhood Education or related field and one year experience working in childcare or CDA and one year experience in childcare.
  2. Experience working specifically with infants and toddlers.
  3. Must meet all DPW requirements before beginning: Current (within one year) Act 33/34 and FBI fingerprint clearances, current physical and TB test, two letters of recommendation.
  4. Certified in CPR/First Aid.
  5. Previous experience with Keystone STARS or NAEYC accreditation.
  6. Ability to create a nurturing and safe environment as well as have excellent communication skills.

Carlow University employees commit themselves to the highest standards of ethical conduct.  They commit to act with integrity, treat others with respect and dignity, carefully steward the University's resources, avoid conflicts of interest or commitment, maintain confidentiality, and to comply with legal and professional obligations.

Send cover letter and resume to HR3@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer by choice. Women and under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. 

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12/04/14 Substitute Teachers, The Campus School of Carlow University

The Carlow University Campus School is seeking substitute teachers for short-term and long-term assignments in all grades levels (pre-school through 8th grade) and disciplines.  Pennsylvania Teaching Certification for the grade level and discipline is required.
 
Act 33/34 Clearances, Act 151 Clearances, and FBI Fingerprint Clearances are required.

Carlow University employees commit themselves to the highest standards of ethical conduct.  They commit to act with integrity, treat others with respect and dignity, carefully steward the University's resources, avoid conflicts of interest or commitment, maintain confidentiality, and to comply with legal and professional obligations.

Send resume and cover letter to HR2@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer by choice. Women and under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.

www.carlow.edu

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11/25/14 Adjunct Instructors, College of Engineering and Science, University of Detroit Mercy

University of Detroit Mercy’s college of Engineering and Science is looking for adjunct instructors interested to teach engineering classes in China.   The classes will be taught in English.  The students are enrolled in engineering programs in China and will be coming to UDM in three years to complete the undergraduate program and to study for a graduate degree.   Instructors are being sought for two types of assignments:

  1. teaching for 2-3 weeks at a time (typical time would most likely be in December or in May/June of a year)
  2. teaching for one semester at a time

The classes to be taught are typical courses from undergraduate mechanical engineering and undergraduate electrical engineering curriculum, such as mechanics, design, basic electronics, digital circuits, microprocessors, and a number of other areas relevant to these two undergraduate majors.

The hosting university in China will cover travel and living expenses.  And compensation for teaching the classes will be commensurate with the exact teaching duties and duration.  

Please apply with a CV and a letter stating your credentials and which type of assignment you might be interested in to:

Shuvra Das
Associate Dean, College of E&S
dass@udmercy.edu
313-993-3380  

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11/20/14 English Faculty, Mount Aloysius College

Mount Aloysius College invites applications for a full-time Generalist faculty member to join its English and Fine Arts Department beginning fall 2015. 

Must be able to teach a range of English courses and advise students.  Serves on committees as assigned.  Ph.D. in English or a related field and some college level teaching experience required.  Experience teaching interdisciplinary courses a plus.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume in confidence to the Office of Human Resources at http://www.mtaloy.edu/jobs/.  Resume review will begin on or about December 1, 2014.

Mount Aloysius College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (Minorities/Female/Disabled/Veterans)

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11/11/14 Assistant/Associate Professor of Business (Financial Management and/or Marketing), Georgian Court University

Summary:

The GCU School of Business requires an Assistant/Associate Professor of Business to teach undergraduate and graduate classes in Financial Management and/or Marketing.  The candidate should enjoy teaching above all other aspects of academia and must bring creative pedagogy to both the undergraduate and graduate classroom.  Also desirable is experience in the health care industry.  GCU provides a collaborative environment where members of the School of Business participate in university wide committees and where multi-disciplinary efforts are encouraged.  Scholarly activities that support the candidate’s knowledge base in order to be a more informed professor and student advisor are most desirable.  Opportunity exists to lead faculty or student groups in research projects.

This is a full-time, tenure track position beginning in Fall 2015.

Responsibilities:

  • Integrate the core values of respect, compassion, integrity, justice and service in all aspects of interaction. 
  • Teach 12 credits per semester of undergraduate and graduate level courses.
  • Regularly assess the outcomes of courses taught and make improvements.   
  • Advise and mentor students, including on their research or internships.
  • Participate in departmental functions including program assessment.
  • Participate in university-wide service including student activities.
  • Pursue scholarly activities.
  • Collaborate in program development. 

Qualifications:

  • Earned doctorate in one of the position-related fields (Financial Management and/or Marketing) required.
  • Demonstrated successful teaching experience at the college/university level. 
  • Ability or willingness to learn to effectively use instructional technology (internet, instructional software, Learning Management System).
  • Ability to teach in non-traditional formats and settings (off-campus, weekends, accelerated, on-line).
  • Experience in measuring and assessing learning outcomes from courses and how they contribute to overall program assessment. 
  • Evidence of research activity and scholarship.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively.
  • Previous experience in the health care industry is desirable.

Application Instructions:

In order to be considered for this position, you must submit your credentials online.  Create a Georgian Court University Employment Account by clicking on the position title on our web site at: 

http://www.georgian.edu/hresources/employment/interview_exchange.htm

You will be able to upload the following documents, which are required for consideration: 

  • Cover letter
  • Unofficial transcript
  • Letters of recommendation from three professional references.  Letters can be included with your online application or sent to:  Georgian Court University, Office of Human Resources, 900 Lakewood Avenue, Lakewood, NJ  08701  

The finalist will be required to submit an original transcript from the institution awarding her/his terminal degree.  References will not be contacted without prior notification to applicants.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Candidates who will enrich our climate of diversity are encouraged to apply.  Further inquiries about this position may be addressed to:  mkline@georgian.edu 

Please visit our web site at http://www.georgian.edu
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11/10/14 Adjunct in History, Georgian Court University

Summary:

Georgian Court University has an opening for Adjunct Faculty in History for the Spring 2015 semester (beginning late January) at our Lakewood location.  The following courses are available:

HI152 World History II (1500 to present)
Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 p.m. – 10:45 a.m.
Tuesday and Thursday, 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Qualifications:

  • MA or Ph.D. in History required.
  • Demonstrated successful teaching experience at the college/university level preferred. 
  • Ability or willingness to learn to effectively use instructional technology (instructional software, Learning Management System). 

Application Instructions:

In order to be considered for this position, you must submit your credentials online.  Create a Georgian Court University Employment Account by clicking on the position title on our web site at: 

http://www.georgian.edu/hresources/employment/interview_exchange.htm

You will be able to upload the following documents, which are required for consideration: 

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • List of names and telephone numbers of three professional references

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Please visit our web site at http://www.georgian.edu
AA/EO Employer

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