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4/14/16 Student Records Specialist, Registrarís Office, Carlow University

The Student Records Specialist provides a wide range of academic support services by performing duties related to student records, registration, course scheduling, and enforcement of academic policies and procedures. The Student Records Specialist modifies the course schedule, updates program evaluations, and helps students, faculty, and staff understand the course information found in University catalogs. It is the responsibility of this position to assist in records maintenance, course scheduling and report generation.  Strong knowledge of computer tasks, including, but not limited to, word processing, spreadsheets, data entry, and database management is necessary. The Student Records Specialist also serves as support staff for the University Registrar and Associate Registrar.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Primary function is to assist the University community with records processes, such as modifying the course schedule, program evaluations (degree audits), creation of Independent Studies/Tutorials etc. and helping students, faculty and staff understand university policies and course information found in university catalogs.
  • Oversees the flow of student information to and from various University offices as needed, i.e.  Cross Registration, Guest students, and International courses, etc.
  • Assists with assigning rooms to classes and special room reservations.
  • Processes various forms and requests made by students, faculty and staff.
  • Works directly with programmers and information technology professionals to troubleshoot and/or create enhancements within existing student information system.
  • Involved in the development and implementation of new technology applications for the Registrar’s Office.
  • Compiles statistical information and runs reports/Business Objects to coordinate data requests.
  • Participates in development, implementation, and maintenance of policies and objectives related to strategic goals as well as creating new projects and programs to assist in accomplishment these established goals.
  • Maintains the integrity, accuracy, and utility of academic records using Colleague; specifically, performs duties of transcript and data cleanup from conversion, discrepancy testing and census date data preparation, provides input on the program evaluation process and changes, researching, correcting, changing, or modifying information contained in various databases in compliance with university policies and/or accrediting agencies.
  • Ensures the confidentiality of all records and conversations per FERPA guidelines.
  • Provides effective customer service by having a thorough understanding of applicable academic regulations, laws, policies and procedures related to Registrar functions.
  • Ability to work under pressure and in potentially stressful situations.
  • Advances self-competence and professional development through seminars, self-directed reading, developing professional contacts with colleagues, and attending training and/or courses as required by the registrar.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
  • Demonstrates and reflects 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 as assigned. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based upon departmental needs.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree with experience in education, higher education, or a closely related field.
  • Excellent analytical skills, attention to detail, and high level of accuracy in work produced.
  • Good writing and oral communications skills, as well as the ability to present data in a clear and concise manner.
  • Very proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Ability to work under pressure and in potentially stressful situations while being sensitive to confidentiality (of both individuals and records) is required.
  • Maintain a high level of customer service with students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
  • Knowledge of Ellucian/Colleague or related student information systems is preferred.

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 HR8@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  We strive for a campus that reflects our urban setting and is inclusive of underrepresented groups to enhance our University community.

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4/13/16 Chemistry Instructor Positions, College of Engineering & Science, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Detroit Mercy

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Detroit Mercy College of Engineering & Science is currently seeking two full-time instructors for a one-year appointment (with the possibility of renewal to a second year) beginning Fall 2016. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in chemistry, and be an effective and enthusiastic teachers-scholar at the undergraduate level with emphasis on organic chemistry. The small classes and close collegial relationships make teaching at UDM exciting and rewarding.  The College’s faculty forms a vibrant community of teaching scholars with a strong focus on professional and academic mentorship of students. The US News and World Report ranked UDM in the top tier in the Midwest and first in Michigan in the category of Masters Comprehensive Universities.

Candidates should apply by emailing a single portable document file (pdf) containing a Curriculum Vitae and cover letter, a one-page statement of personal teaching philosophy and experience, as well as three recommendation letters to schleyja@udmercy.edu, Attn: Professor Mark A. Benvenuto, Chair, Department of Chemistry and  Biochemistry. At least one of the letters should specifically comment on the applicant's teaching ability. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.
  
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 culturally diverse faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all races and backgrounds.

See http://eng-sci.udmercy.edu/faculty/faculty-positions/ for more information.

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4/13/16 Electrical and Computer Engineering, Instructor Faculty Position, University of Detroit Mercy

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Detroit Mercy College of Engineering and Science invites applicants for a non-tenure track instructor position in Robotics and Electrical Engineering beginning in Fall 2016.  The initial appointment will be for one year with the possibility of continuation dependent upon performance.  An earned doctorate in Electrical Engineering or a closely related field, strong communications skills, and commitment to excellence in teaching are required.  Preference will be given to applicants with expertise in autonomous robotics, smart cars (ADAS, V2X), and embedded systems.

The successful instructor at UDM is an effective and enthusiastic teacher-scholar at the undergraduate and graduate level, developing innovative teaching strategies and curriculum.  Skill and interest in hands-on design projects and laboratory work is a requirement.  Experience with Linux, ROS, and sensor system interfacing are desired.  Instructors are expected to teach and develop undergraduate and graduate courses and laboratories, supervise capstone design projects, and advise students in electrical and robotics engineering.

The department offers programs in Electrical Engineering and Robotics and Mechatronic Systems Engineering with a Concentration in Electrical Engineering, with degrees at the bachelors, masters, and doctoral level.  The small classes, excellent facilities, and close collegial relationships make teaching at UDM exciting and rewarding.  The College’s faculty forms a vibrant community of teaching scholars with a strong focus on professional and academic mentorship of students. The US News and World Report ranked UDM in the top tier in the Midwest and first in Michigan in the category of Masters Comprehensive Universities.

Michigan's largest, most comprehensive private University, the University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Jesuit-Mercy Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Society of Jesus and the Religious Sisters of Mercy. 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 culturally diverse faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all races and backgrounds.

Candidates should apply by emailing a single portable document file (pdf) containing a Curriculum Vitae and cover letter, a one-page statement of personal teaching/research philosophy and experience, as well as three references (letters maybe requested later) to Dr. Mark Paulik at ece_chair@udmercy.edu.  Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

For more information, see: http://eng-sci.udmercy.edu/faculty/faculty-positions/

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4/06/16 Coordinator of the Tutoring Center, Misericordia University

The Coordinator of the Tutoring Center coordinates the CRLA Certified Tutorial Program including: training and evaluation of tutors as well as overseeing all tutoring scheduling and assignments. The Coordinator will maintain the master tutoring schedule, tutoring requests, and tutoring statistics. This person maintains correspondence with all tutors and tutees, training of new and returning tutors, and record keeping for CRLA.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Recruits new tutors based on established criteria in a collaborative effort with faculty and the Student Employment Coordinator.
  • Coordinates the tutorial program by monitoring the master tutoring schedule and evaluating student needs and availability.
  • Communicates session options with individual students and tutors, resolving schedule conflicts and unique requests.
  • Provides training to tutors that includes new tutor orientation and session facilitation training, focused on various learning strategies. Develops and initiates new training modules, as needed, to further develop skills of tutoring staff.
  • Supports the daily operations of the tutoring program to include, but not limited to maintenance of records, filing documentation, observing student tutors, posting announcements and ordering supplies.
  • Coordinates tutoring program evaluations and assessments, prepares regular qualitative and quantitative reports to summarize gathered data.
  • Informs the Director of the Student Success Center of any tutorial program issues including, but not limited to, tutor/tutee attendance, space and time constraints, unmet requests, and services refused by tutee.
  • Coordinates the operation of the online portion of the tutorial program, including regular communication with the vendor and marketing the service where appropriate.
  • Coordinates the operation of the CRLA certified portion of the tutoring program by providing training and evaluation to eligible tutors, maintaining appropriate records, and filing appropriate documentation to maintain certification.
  • Plans, conducts and coordinates workshops pertinent to the developmental and academic needs of the student population.
  • Contributes to Student Success Center retention efforts such as undeclared advising, at-risk mentoring and other programming.

Master's degree (M. A.) in Education, preferably in College Student Personnel or Higher Education. Strong interpersonal skills. Prior experience working with disadvantaged students preferred. Some evening and weekend work. Strong ability to connect with the young adult population and to various systems and departments within the College. Strong analytic skills required to create master tutoring schedule and to compile program statistics. Ability to present group programs and workshops. Ability to identify student needs and assist with their resolution or refer to the appropriate professional.

Misericordia University is committed to student, faculty and staff diversity and values the educational benefit this brings to campus. Candidates should indicate any experience and/or leadership that contribute to this goal. 

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4/01/16 Director of the Autism Lifelong Learning Program (ALL), College of Health Sciences, Misericordia University

POSITION:

 

Director of the Autism Lifelong Learning Program (ALL)

DATE:

 

April 1, 2016

LOCATION:

 

College of Health Sciences

REPORTS TO:

 

Dean, College of Health Sciences

The Director is responsible for the administration and overall operation of the Autism Lifelong Learning Program (ALL).  Integrate adults, diagnosed with a condition that falls on the Autism Spectrum of Disorders, fully into the community and supply the necessary experiences and skills that will lead to supported or competitive employment.  Included in the role is the development and maintenance of working relationships with potential employers, oversight of job coaches and other staff, proper and timely billing for services, and compliance with all state and federal regulations. Monitor the program budget, work with University staff to review need for adjustments or budget variances. Maintain adequate supplies for the program to include all necessary technology needed in a modern workplace. Attend all regular administrative meetings as required. Take part in a rotation of Crisis Management. Represent the University at special events, functions or with partner organizations. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Ensure compliance with all state and federal regulations regarding the operation of the program, maintain licensure and to adhere to all the operating procedures and policies of Misericordia University.
  • In conjunction with the Dean, develop short-term and long-term goals to sustain/grow the program; include participating businesses/organizations willing to employ program candidates in either supported or competitive employment. Maintain contact with the employers, and be available respond to any problem areas. 
  • Responsible for development and oversight of departmental budgets.
  • Plan and implement a weekly schedule that meets the needs of all program participants and maximizes billing opportunities; including all scheduled volunteer activities and transportation to and from such activities, instructional time for participants and scheduling of staff.  All scheduling will be completed to maximize activities that lead to full integration and are compatible with University schedules.
  • Intervene in all incidents in need of behavioral interventions. Confer with the Behavior Specialist when needed and chair the behavioral team in identifying problem areas, analyzing the results of behavioral measures and work with the team, the program participant and the family/guardians to establish a behavior plan.
  • Develop program goals with measurable objectives to determine the growth of the program participants and to assess the overall success of the program.  Work with program and University staff in order to explore opportunities for research.
  • Research and develop grant applications and seek grant funding and other financial support to augment and expand ALL Program initiatives.
  • Work with University and program personnel to develop a marketing plan to inform the community of the program.  Present program to local civic organizations, business groups, school and other educational entities in order to insure referrals for admission to the program and to explore opportunities for fund raising.
  • Supervise 10 -14 full and part time employees. Carry out supervisor responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.  Includes interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning assigning and directing work; appraising performance rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Master's degree in Education, Occupational Therapy, Speech or related field required. A minimum of 5 years of experience in programming for people with Autism. Approval by the Bureau of Autism Services. Knowledge of programming, behavioral interventions and the needs of an adult population with autism. Knowledge of all state and federal regulations regarding the operation of a program to provide services to a population with autism. Ability to manage a fast paced program with a complex set of billing procedures. Knowledge of management principles and techniques. Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills. Occasional evenings or weekends may be required. Occasional travel will be required.

Misericordia University is committed to student, faculty and staff diversity and values the educational benefit this brings to campus.  Candidates should indicate any experience and/or leadership that contribute to this goal.

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3/21/16 Full-Time Faculty, Non-Tenure Track, Nursing, RN to BSN and BSN Programs, Carlow University

The College of Health and Wellness, Department of Nursing at Carlow University invites applications for a full-time (9 month) Instructor or Assistant Professor position, beginning August 2016.  Primary responsibilities include teaching in the RN to BSN and BSN programs.  Expertise in the area of community based healthcare and online teaching experience are required.  Qualified candidates will have an unencumbered Pennsylvania (PA) RN License or be eligible for Licensure in PA and a graduate degree in Nursing.  A Doctorate in Nursing or other related field is preferred.  Candidates should be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, service, and scholarship.

Carlow University is a comprehensive Catholic University located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1929 by the Sisters of Mercy, Carlow is situated in a culturally rich and diverse urban setting.  Carlow is recognized for educating traditional students and adult learners for a lifetime of ethical leadership and service.

Please submit letter of introduction, curriculum vitae, and a statement of teaching philosophy, to: 

Full-Time Faculty Search Committee – Nursing Faculty
3333 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh PA 15213

Or by e-mail to HR7@carlow.edu. Only completed application packets will be advanced in consideration. Review will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made.  

Carlow University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We strive for a campus that reflects our urban setting and is inclusive of underrepresented groups to enhance our University community.  

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3/21/16 Chair Associate Degree Nursing Program, Mount Aloysius College

Mount Aloysius College invites applications from nursing professionals to join our team as a leader and faculty member.

The Associate Degree (AD) Chair position offers the successful candidate a full-time, 10-month administrative/teaching faculty position.  This position reports to the Dean of Nursing and is responsible for program evaluation and curriculum design within the AD program. This leader ensures compliance with accreditation standards and processes as well as advises students academically. The Chair participates in the School of Nursing and College committee work and may teach as needed.  A current PA RN license and minimum of master’s degree in nursing with solid clinical background required.  A doctoral degree is preferred. Faculty rank is contingent upon qualifications. 

Mount Aloysius is located in a rural setting in Cresson, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Laurel Highlands of west central Pennsylvania.  Cresson is 56 miles southwest of State College, 90 miles east of Pittsburgh, 13 miles west of Altoona and 30 miles north of Johnstown.  The College sits on about 200 mountaintop acres on an expansive campus that blends stately 19th century architecture with modern facilities, athletic fields and high tech capabilities. A private, comprehensive, co-educational liberal arts and science-based institution, Mount Aloysius is also one of sixteen Sisters of Mercy-sponsored colleges and universities.  Deeply rooted in the values of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, Mount Aloysius offers bachelors, masters, and associate degrees to a student population of about 2000 students.  Of these, approximately 400 students are enrolled in the College’s nursing program which is also home to 7 state of the art simulation labs.  For more information, please visit our website at http://www.mtaloy.edu.

For full consideration, please apply online at http://www.mtaloy.edu/jobs by March 31, 2016.  Candidates should submit a 1) cover letter highlighting past leadership experience, 2) a current résumé or C.V., and 3) three professional references.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. 

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

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3/21/16 Assistant Teacher, Early Learning Center, The Campus School of Carlow University, 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 HR6@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We strive for a campus that reflects our urban setting and is inclusive of underrepresented groups to enhance our University community. 

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3/08/16 Full-Time Faculty Position, McAuley School of Nursing, University of Detroit Mercy

The University of Detroit Mercy, McAuley School of Nursing invites applications for a full time tenure or clinical track faculty position at our Grand Rapids campus.  The individual applying for this position must have a doctorate in nursing (or related field) or be in the last semester of a doctoral program. A strong background in medical-surgical nursing, pathophysiology, and pharmacology is preferred; a master’s degree in nursing is required. Experience in academic and clinical teaching in a baccalaureate or master’s program is highly recommended. Candidates must be eligible for licensure in Michigan and demonstrate excellence in teaching and clinical competence. It is anticipated that faculty will be hired by June 15, 2016, with appointments beginning August 15, 2016.

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. Both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

Interested individuals should submit a letters of interest, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to the Chair of the Faculty Search Committee:

Kathy Moran, DNP, RN, CDE, FAADE
University of Detroit Mercy
McAuley School of Nursing
Grand Rapids Campus at Aquinas College
1607 Robinson Rd S.E.
Grand Rapids, MI 49506-1799
morankj@udmercy.edu

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3/04/16 Coordinator of the Women with Children Program, Misericordia University

Misericoridia University, located in Dallas, PA, seeks a Coordinator for its Women with Children Program. The Coordinator will plan and coordinate the daily activities of the WWC program to include; provision of case management services to support each WWC family to ensure compliance with subsidies, fulfillment of day-to-day program activities and responsibilities for each participant, and serve as a primary liaison for community-based resources. This position will provide a consistent presence in the residence, develop a rapport with participants, and foster a sense of community in the program.  Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field required.  A minimum of six years of professional experience in behavioral health.  Prior experience with case management is desired.  Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Social Worker, or closely related license preferred.  Knowledge of and experience with the local, state and national social services offerings is a plus.  Ability to work with at-risk students to encourage academic and personal growth and support is essential.  Ability to identify, assess, and relate to the unique needs of children. Ability to evaluate situations quickly, and respond appropriately. Strong management, organizational & interpersonal skills are required in order to effectively communicate and work with multiple constituents. Flexible schedule to accommodate evening and weekend hours as needed. Some travel will be required.  Represent the University at special events, functions, or with partner organizations. Computer proficiency and experience with the Internet and basic computer software programs in a Windows environment, including word processing and spreadsheets are essential.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide a consistent presence among the WWC residences through programming and interaction with Women with Children (WWC) program participants in order to support, assess and serve as a vital resource for the students and the children.
  • Establish and maintain communication with students in the WWC residences through individual contacts, house meetings, and discussions.  Plan, coordinate and implement regular meetings among residents in collaboration with the director. Serve as a mediator/facilitator when necessary to provide resolutions for interpersonal conflicts in consultation with the program director.
  • Coordinate implementation of and reinforce the WWC community living agreement and case management contract. Communicate policies and answer questions about the program’s policies and procedures to support and promote a healthy, positive living community.
  • Manage the operational functions of the residences such as key distribution, damage assessment, and maintenance through university work order/requests. Monitor the day-to-day conditions of Women with Children facilities and follow procedures to resolve issues.
  • Develop, maintain, and enhance working relationships with WWC consultants, student volunteers, agencies, and area community resources. Coordinate the integration of social services to meet the case management needs of both the students and children within the program, make referrals as needed.
  • Act as liaison to the university community and agency representatives to communicate and promote the program’s mission. Foster working relationships with campus ministry, local agencies and community resources that can aid in the development and positive image of the program.
  • Share on-call duties with the program director in order to maintain and manage a consistent response to emergency or crisis situations that arise within the program.
  • Meet with residents to ensure compliance with county subsidy requirements, documentation review and submission while maintaining the most updated information on regulations to support the WWC case management contract.
  • Maintain accurate confidential records for each student participant, collect statistical information, and complete monthly and quarterly reports as required. Collaborate with the director on needs assessments for WWC specific grant applications and requests.
  • Participate in the ongoing development and dissemination of program materials such as but not limited to the WWC. Community Living Contract, Case Management Contract, WWC Program Policy and Procedure Manual, and promotional brochures/marketing materials that support the program.
  • Assist program director with new student inquiries, admissions and orientation through direct participation in interviewing new student candidates, oversee and execute the new student move-in procedure and checklist, and in facilitating informational sessions during orientation for the WWC Program. 
  • Serve along with the WWC director as an ex-officio WWC Advisory Board member to include attendance at board meetings, assist with board minutes and support fundraising collaborations between the WWC program and the WWC Advisory Board. Serve as the WWC representative on the Success by Six quarterly meeting held by the United Way of Wyoming Valley, Wilkes-Barre, PA. Provide updates on meetings to the WWC staff.

For confidential consideration, please apply online with a cover letter, resume, and references at:
https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=15144831

Or by mail addressed to:
Misericordia University
Office of Human Resources
301 Lake Street
Dallas, PA  18612 

Misericordia University, an 91-year-old institution founded by the Sisters of Mercy, offering baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees, is located adjacent to the Pocono Mountains region of Northeastern Pennsylvania, approximately 2 hours from New York City, and Philadelphia.  The university's approach of combining a quality liberal arts education with professional preparation and service to others has resulted in its wide regional acclaim.

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2/25/16 Full-Time Nurse Faculty, College of Health Professions, McAuley School of Nursing, University of Detroit Mercy

The University of Detroit Mercy invites applications for full-time nurse faculty positions. The University is seeking innovative individuals with a strong theoretical and clinical background in Adult Health.  Responsibilities involve classroom and/or clinical instruction. Faculty will also contribute to the development and evaluation of curriculum, the involvement of scholarship as it relates to the nursing discipline, and to service that supports the mission of the university. The search for these faculty positions will be open until they are filled.

Key Qualifications:

  • Teaching experience in an academic or clinical setting required
  • Strong theoretical and clinical background in Adult Health
  • PhD or DNP completed
  • Active in-state RN License

Individuals who are interested in the position should submit:

  • A cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Statement of teaching philosophy
  • A list of references including names and contact information

Electronic versions of the information above are preferred, and can be sent to Elizabeth Boyar via email at turzael@udmercy.edu. Hard copies are also accepted to the following address:

Elizabeth Boyar
The University of Detroit Mercy
McAuley School of Nursing
College of Health Professions
4001 W. McNichols
Detroit, MI 48221

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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2/19/16 Full-Time Tenure Track Faculty, Health Information Management Program, University of Detroit Mercy

The Health Information Management Program at the University of Detroit Mercy invites applications for a full-time tenure track faculty position.  The position is available to teach in the undergraduate program for the 2016-17 academic year.

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. 

The ideal candidates will have a degree in a healthcare related discipline and have teaching experience at the college level and/or work experience in Health Information Management.  Special consideration will be given to those candidates who have an RHIT or RHIA certification.  A Master’s degree is required.  The position will remain open until a candidate is selected.

Candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and three references to:

Ms. Elizabeth Boyar
CHP Administrative Assistant
College of Health Professions
University of Detroit Mercy
4001 W. McNichols Rd.
Detroit, MI 48221-3038
e-mail:  turzael@udmercy.edu

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2/10/16 Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety, Campus Police, Carlow University

The Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety, promotes and maintains a safe environment on campus. With a community oriented focus, the Chief of Police /Director of Public Safety administers all services provided by the Carlow Police Department, including the campus police function, officer recruitment and development, campus safety programs, and campus parking and education.

The position reports directly to the Vice President for Student Engagement and Dean of Students. The Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety oversees the police department, dispatchers, and parking attendants and is responsible for working with the campus community to maintain a safe environment through a community policing model. The Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety makes decisions regarding police incidents, staffing of the police department, parking concerns, safety hazards, crisis response strategies, and budget matters related to the police department.  The Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety is also responsible for protecting related entities on campus; The Campus School of Carlow University and the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy. The Chief should possess a vision for continuing to build a University-based law enforcement function with an emphasis on community policing models and best public safety practices in a higher education setting.  In addition, they should demonstrate commitment to working with a diverse population in an urban campus environment.
 
Essential Duties:

  • Assumes leadership responsibility for all services and activities of the Campus Police and Safety Department including safety, security and public assistance;
  • Enforces and oversees enforcement of institutional policies and applicable laws on University premises; identifies violators, issues warnings and citations, initiates student disciplinary proceedings and/or makes arrests as warranted; coordinates with external law enforcement agencies regarding responsibilities and responses
  • Selects, trains, motivates, educates and evaluates police officers and dispatchers and provides training and guidance in community policing and and various areas of police expertise;
  • Demonstrates an understanding of, and commitment to, the mission and core values of Carlow University and the Sisters of Mercy;
  • Creates and implements crime prevention and education programs for the University, Campus School and Sisters of Mercy
  • Chairs the Emergency Response Team and maintains University emergency plans, holds training and tabletop exercises for relevant personnel;
  • Provides for the maintenance of protective patrols to deter and detect crime, to detect fire and safety hazards, and to prevent traffic accidents and traffic congestion.
  • Acts as official liaison with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies as well as appropriate professional organizations;
  • Maintains police reports and other police records in accordance with University regulations and local, state and federal law.
  • Maintains all required crime and safety statistics; creates and files the annual University Clery report as well as required state filings;
  • Oversees safety and security for all special events on campus and provides risk assessment for such events;
  • Directs confidential investigations, internal and external, taking into account the need to protect victims.
  • Maintains departmental policy/procedures for officer conduct in cooperation with Human Resources.
  • Develops and maintains open communication with University departments and student organizations for the promotion, function, and improvement of safety and security programs.
  • Evaluates, designs, and fine tunes procedures that control traffic on the University campus to ensure compliance of the traffic code
  • Plans and ensures quick and effective departmental action during emergencies
  • Maintains membership and represents the University in professional associations/community organizations devoted to the advancement of safety/security objectives;
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Skills Required

  • At least 10 years of police department management, including supervision of other officers, is strongly preferred;
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and community relations skills are essential;
  • Supervisory experience, including coaching and development of police personnel, is essential;
  • A strong background in community policing and/or higher education police and safety departments is preferred;
  • Experience with emergency management, to include incident command and crisis management, is preferred;
  • The successful candidate will have demonstrated ethical leadership skills, diplomacy, and good judgment.

Education

  • Pennsylvania Police Training Academy, Act 120 certification is required;
  • CPR and First Responder certification is required;
  • A bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or a related field is strongly preferred;
  • The successful candidate must also meet the physical demands of the position, including the ability to carry out vigorous patrol of assigned areas, respond to emergencies quickly and effectively, and work outdoors in all climates.

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 Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We strive for a campus that reflects our urban setting and is inclusive of underrepresented groups to enhance our University community.

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2/10/16 Supervisor, Early Learning Center, The Campus School of Carlow University, Carlow University

The Early Learning Center provides young children between the ages of 6 weeks through 3 years a balance of social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development. The Center's philosophy maintains that children need a safe, comfortable, enriching environment in order to develop to their maximum potential.  The Early Learning Center provides a secure, nurturing, early educational environment that uses developmentally appropriate activities, experiences and materials to engage children in active, meaningful learning.  The curriculum used in each developmental grouping reflects the Early Learning Center's philosophy of developmental, play-based learning.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Facilitates the successful day-to-day operation of the Early Learning Center including staffing, scheduling, filing, billing, enrollment and curriculum implementation.
  • Maintains knowledge of and implements the guidelines and standards set by NAEYC and the Keystone STARS program in collaboration with the Director of Early Childhood Programs. 
  • Maintains knowledge of and implements of current state licensing regulations in collaboration with the Director of Early Childhood Programs.
  • Provides leadership and supervision in the Early Learning Center in regards to the implementation of curriculum and best practices to create a learning centered environment which promotes student engagement and active learning.
  • Provide orientation and in-service training to new teachers.
  • Meet regularly (monthly) with teachers and Director of Early Childhood Programs. 
  • Conduct annual performance reviews of teaching staff
  • Coordinate work-study student files and schedules
  • Demonstrates commitment to the highest integrity and to the values complementary to the mission on The Campus School, 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 as assigned. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based upon departmental needs.

Qualifications:

  • Advanced degree(s) in early childhood education, child development, or related field
  • Extensive understanding of child development, especially infant/toddler development
  • Experience with both NAEYC and Keystone STAR accreditation
  • Strong leadership and communication skills including; writing, speaking, listening, planning, and organizing
  • Supervisory experience in the early childhood field

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 Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We strive for a campus that reflects our urban setting and is inclusive of underrepresented groups to enhance our University community.

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2/08/16 Administrative Assistant I, Disabilities Services Office & Center for Academic Achievement, Carlow University

Carlow University invites applications for the position of Administrative Assistant I to provide services to both the Disabilities Services Office and the Center for Academic Achievement.  The responsibilities are as follows:

Disabilities Services Office:

  • Demonstrate self-motivation, creativity and the initiative for self-directed accomplishment. 
  • Understand and abide by the FERPA, Section 504 and ADA guidelines of confidentiality. 
  • Assess the degree of confidentiality of all information received or requested and respond accordingly. 
  • Manage, monitor and regularly report to the director on assigned projects and tasks, including requested data, schedules, issues and concerns.

Administrative Duties:

  • Assist Disabilities Services Representative with DSO correspondence and record keeping.
  • Prepare letters outlining accommodations 
  • Make appointments for students with Disabilities Services Representative
  • Record and publish minutes for Disabilities Services Advisory Group.
  • Determine ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness of general office procedures and processes. 
  • Compose, edit and prepare correspondence, reports, memos and presentations using Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Power Point).
  • Maintain database of students serviced by office.
  • Review and distribute incoming mail and re-route mail, as appropriate, to request/initiate action and ensure results. 

Test Administration

  • Coordinate and proctor testing schedule while maintaining test integrity.
  • Communicate with faculty and students, when necessary, regarding testing schedules

Communication

  • Interface and communicate across various departments, with all levels of internal constituencies, as well as external contacts (vendors, financial institutions, government). 
  • Monitor Department email responding to student, staff and faculty communications in a timely manner.
  • Organize and conduct departmental events, as directed, by securing space, equipment, food, preparing invitations, announcements, agendas, brochures, and packets, purchasing awards, making travel arrangements and reservations, and assisting with the event as it occurs.

Center for Academic Achievement: 

  • Perform front desk functions for specific period each week day:
  • Greet incoming students and instruct them on how to make appointments (to offset student work study schedule as needed)
  • Assist Academic Support Coordinator with students requesting tutoring appointments.  Collect and distribute messages on phone and CAA email as needed. 
  • Manage inventory of promotional materials and assemble for orientations, etc.
  • Perform administrative duties: order office supplies, process check requests and initiate and file peer tutor HR paperwork, and staff and tutor timesheets.

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

  • High school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of three years’ professional office administration experience supporting senior level managers. 
  • Ability to communicate effectively, in person, via telephone, and in writing. 
  • Ability to efficiently operate the telephone, email, and related systems. 
  • Strong skills with Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher with ability to create presentations utilizing PowerPoint features. 
  • Proven analytical and problem solving skills with ability to make decisions and take initiative to resolve issues.
  • Proven ability to maintain strict confidentiality and to handle sensitive matters using discretion, diplomacy, and good judgment. 

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 HR1@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  We strive for a campus that reflects our urban setting and is inclusive of underrepresented groups to enhance our University community.

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2/03/16 IR Data Analyst, Institutional Research, Effectiveness, and Planning, Carlow University

Carlow University invites applications for the position of IR Data Analyst.  This per will support the work of the Institutional Research, Effectiveness, and Planning department as well as the University as a whole by performing data extractions, data transformations, data reporting, data analysis, maintenance of data and records.  They will perform a portion of the day-to-day work of the department, including extracting data from Carlow’s student information system and other systems, manipulating and storing the data, creating reports, performing analyses, maintaining files and records; responds to internal and external requests for data.

Carlow University is a comprehensive Catholic University located in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1929 by the Sisters of Mercy, Carlow is situated in a culturally rich and diverse urban setting.  Carlow is recognized for educating traditional students and adult learners for a lifetime of ethical leadership and service.

Responsibilities

  • Extracts data from Carlow’s student information system; IPEDS Data Center and other remote data sources; MS Access; SAP Business Objects; and other systems by running existing queries/reports, modifying existing queries/reports, and/or creating new reports/queries
  • Cleanses, formats, loads, and analyzes extracted data, ensures that these tasks are performed according to a schedule
  • Creates and maintains data and file organization systems
  • Produces accurate and user-friendly reports, charts, and graphs using MS Excel, Tableau, and SAP Business Objects that conform to departmental and institutional guidelines and standards as well as best practices
  • Creates and follows processes to ensure the highest possible level of accuracy in the work of the department
  • Ensures the confidentiality of data
  • With guidance from the Assistant Vice President, prepares and submits institutional responses to external surveys, annual reports, required state and federal reports; responds to internal and external requests for data and analysis
  • Provides assistance to the Director of Assessment such as organizing, collating, disaggregating, and analyzing student assessment artifacts, student assessment data, and survey results
  • Learns and uses new technologies, techniques, software, data types, tools, etc. as needed
  • May provide training to members of the campus community in topics related to the work of Institutional Research, Effectiveness, and Planning
  • May serve on University committees
  • Demonstrates and reflects understanding of and commitment to the mission and core values of Carlow University and the Sisters of Mercy.
  • Performs other duties as assigned 

Qualifications

  • Experience with handling and/or analyzing higher education data, particularly student registration and graduation data
  • Experience using student information systems; experience with Colleague is a plus
  • Experience using MS Excel including creating formulas and pivot tables; experience with MS Access is a plus
  • Ability to learn to effectively use tools and techniques for data manipulation, analysis, and reporting, including Tableau, SQL, and MS Access
  • Ability and willingness to employ the following work habits:
    • exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
    • working independently but also taking detailed instruction from supervisor, other administrators, and outside agencies requesting data
    • excellent organizational skills; simultaneous management of multiple tasks and projects; adherence to schedules and delivery of work on time
  • Good writing and oral communication skills; demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with others
  • A bachelor’s degree is required; a related Master’s degree is a plus
  • Experience using SAP BusinessObjects is a plus

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 HR1@carlow.edu.

Carlow University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We strive for a campus that reflects our urban setting and is inclusive of underrepresented groups to enhance our University community.

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1/27/16 American Sign Language/English Interpreting Faculty, Mount Aloysius College

Mount Aloysius College invites applications for a full-time faculty position in the American Sign Language/ English Interpreting Bachelor’s degree Program to begin August 2016.

The successful candidate will teach a variety of discipline-focused ASL courses to prepare undergraduate students for professional careers as interpreters.  In addition to teaching, faculty is responsible to advise students academically, participate in departmental committee activities, college service, and other related activities. 

The Mount Aloysius Interpreting program is known for educating qualified ASL/English interpreters using a bilingual/bicultural philosophy in an environment that promotes cultural equality, linguistic equivalence and ethical principles and values. The curriculum delivers both theoretical and practical instruction for students.  The ASL/English Interpreting program at Mount Aloysius has been in existence for over 30 years and is one of only twelve bachelor programs accredited through The Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE).  Ours is the only accredited Interpreting Program in the Mid-Atlantic region.  The interpreting lab/classroom has an interactive computer station for every student.

Master’s degree in ASL Instruction, Interpreting, or other relevant area required.  Doctorate preferred.  Appropriate certifications also required.  Proficiency in American Sign Language with demonstrated ability to converse fluently in high level professional and academic conversations in ASL required.  College level teaching experience strongly preferred.  This position offers a 9 month appointment and faculty rank is contingent upon qualifications. 

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume in confidence to the Office of Human Resources at http://www.mtaloy.edu/jobs.  Review of candidates will begin immediately.  Applications received by March 31 will be given full consideration; however applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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

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1/13/16 Director of Mercy Service, Center for Mercy Service, Carlow University

The Director of Mercy Service will be responsible for coordinating the various experiences of service and community outreach on the Carlow campus as the leader of the Center for Mercy Service.  The purpose of this office is to create a dynamic response to the needs of our world and our community and to create in students a life-long commitment to service.

Responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with university students, staff, faculty, Sisters of Mercy, alumnae and the Campus School to assure that a culture of service is integrated throughout the University.
  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive data-base of service opportunities.
  • Develop an expanding network of service sites and serve as a liaison between these sites and the University.
  • In collaboration with other university staff and faculty, plan, implement, supervise and assess Alternative Spring Break.
  • Plan and implement service opportunities throughout the year including Alternative Spring Break and more regular experiences of service involving the campus community.
  • Participate in and contribute to university meetings, processes, and activities.
  • Work collaboratively with the Campus Minister, the Chaplain, the Director Inclusion and Intercultural Engagement and Special Assistant to the President for Mercy Heritage within the Center for Mercy Heritage and Service and with the Director of Service Learning.
  • Collaborate with co-curricular departments and personnel in providing and supporting the students’ university experience.
  • Collaborate with community partners in creating service opportunities beneficial to them and to members of the Carlow community.
  • Participate in University groups and events focused on the Critical Concerns of the Sisters of Mercy.
  • Act as the University liaison with the Justice Team of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Catholic Relief Services and the Institute for Global Labor and Human Rights.
  • Demonstrate and reflect an understanding of and commitment of the mission and core values of the University and the Sisters of Mercy.

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Develop and manage office budget.
  • Hire and supervise work study students as needed and available.
  • Track information for and apply annually for the President’s Honor Roll of Service and other avenues of recognition.
  • Represent Carlow at diocesan, regional and national meetings a needed and appropriate. 

Note: 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.

Required experience, skills, knowledge

  • Experience with community organizing, social services or volunteerism. Leadership skills, and ability to develop consensus within organizations and between individuals.
  • Commitment to diversity and ability to work with diverse populations. A demonstrated appreciation for and ability to articulate the unique values of diversity to the University, to the local community, and to society at large.
  • Ability to work effectively with traditional and adult students in both instructional and advisory capacities.
  • Strong organizational/program management skills with experience maintaining both paper and electronic files.
  • Professionalism, flexibility, dependability and confidentiality.
  • Ability to engender, through word and example, an enthusiasm for service
  • Strong written and verbal skills.
  • Strong computer application skills.
  • Ability to communicate through social media.
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.
  • Degree in ministry, community organization or a related field.

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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1/11/16 Enrollment Business Analyst, Enrollment Management, Carlow University

Carlow University invites applications for the position of Enrollment Business Analyst.  This person is responsible for providing support for the processes, software systems, data retrieval integrity, research and reporting within the Enrollment Management division. He/she is also responsible for managing the Enrollment systems department and personnel within the Enrollment Management area.

Carlow University is a comprehensive Catholic University located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1929 by the Sisters of Mercy, Carlow is situated in a culturally diverse urban setting. One of the 17 member institutions of the Conference for Mercy Higher Education, Carlow is recognized for educating traditional students and adult learners for a lifetime of ethical leadership and service.

NATURE OF POSITION: 

  • Assist the VP of Enrollment Management in data collection, reporting and research as well as analysis of trends and monitoring of key performance indicators and goals.
  • Manage configuration of applications, such as the Customer Relationship Management System (SalesForce), used within the recruitment and enrollment functions.
  • Manage electronic communication flow for prospective students.
  • Plan and manage business process analysis, re-engineering, and organizational change.
  • Learn and remain current on all aspects of Enrollment Management systems and be responsible for the quality assurance of data.
  • Train other team members – and assist in daily use – of the CRM to improve effectiveness.
  • Manage the budget for Enrollment Systems
  • Director of Enrollment Systems staff
  • Liaison for IT and Marketing and Communications as it relates to Enrollment Management functions
  • Member of the Enrollment Management Directors team under the V.P. of Enrollment Management

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Maintain and improve online application, event registration, and inquiry forms.
  • Act as project manager/liaison for software implementation, training, upgrades and data integrity.
  • Work with the VP of Enrollment Management in coordinating and updating of all enrollment management technical and operational requirements.
  • Develop audits to insure integrity of data and information.
  • Configure and maintain the CRM and related software, and assist new users in the use of the CRM.
  • Collaborate with IT on data integrations to and from the CRM and related software.
  • Manage recruitment workflows and electronic communication with prospective students within the CRM.
  • Create documentation on enrollment management systems and data processes
  • Create and monitor enrollment benchmarking reports; identifies trends.
  • Conduct enrollment management research.
  • Manage the data associated with the traditional admissions SEARCH strategy.
  • Demonstrates and reflects 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.

Required Experience:

  • Experience in a technical support role within admissions/enrollment management or related function.
  • Experience working with CRM’s, especially SalesForce, related higher education management systems.
  • Advanced skills in Excel and Access.
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to function as part of a team environment
  • Relational database knowledge.
  • Experience with reporting tools; extracting, transforming, loading, and testing data.
  • Broad technical knowledge.

Qualifications:

  • Required: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Preferably in a related IT field.
  • Required: Proven ability to work with data and the oversight of data integrity.
  • Required: Excellent written and verbal communication skills along with strong organizational, leadership and interpersonal skills.
  • Required: Ability to relate and communicate in a positive way to the many constituencies of the University.
  • Highly Preferred: Knowledge of enrollment management internal operations.

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 HR1@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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12/22/15 Writing Program Administrator/Rhetoric and Composition Tenure Track Position, English Department, University of Detroit Mercy

The English Department of the University of Detroit Mercy invites applications for Writing Program Administrator, a faculty member with specialization in rhetoric and composition. This is a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor (2/2 teaching load) beginning August, 2016. Associate Professors can seek tenure after their second year. The successful candidate will have demonstrated leadership abilities, preferably in the capacity of WPA or Assistant WPA. This candidate will direct a writing program with approximately 40 sections per year of first-year composition, and also will also supervise a full-time Writing Center Coordinator whose job is to attend to day-to-day workings of a Writing Center staffed for the most part by undergraduate students. The department welcomes innovative approaches to instruction and research and seeks applicants dedicated to teaching excellence and student mentorship. Applicants must be committed to undergraduate education and value the distinctive mission of the University, with its focus on social justice in an urban context.

Teaching responsibilities will include first-year writing courses and other courses consistent with the candidate’s areas of interest within the English major. He or she will also support the faculty as they implement WID/WAC outcomes in the general education core curriculum; perform service to the department and university; and maintain an active research agenda.

Required qualifications: Ph.D. in English (Rhetoric/Composition) by August 1, 2016; minimum of two years experience teaching college writing including first-year composition; demonstrated teaching excellence; and a developing research program. Preferred qualifications: experience developing and implementing undergraduate writing curriculum and/or experience in a Writing Center as an administrator or as part of graduate program work. Secondary areas of interest might include: Professional Writing, ESL/ELL, Film Studies,  African American Studies and/or Women's and Gender Studies.

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. For more about UDM, visit the university webpage: http://www.udmercy.edu/

Applicants should submit a letter of application, C.V., three letters of recommendation, a statement of teaching philosophy, and a statement of research. Applications received by January 30, 2016 will be given preference, but reviews will continue until the position is filled. Use one of the following methods:

  1. Interfolio ByCommittee (preferred). Use the following link:
    https://apply.interfolio.com/33496
  2. Email, with attachments in .docx or .pdf, to Dr. Michael Barry, Chair, at barrymg@udmercy.edu. If submitting by email, please put “Application for rhet/comp” in the email subject line and begin names of files with your last name. The letters of recommendation can be sent in separate emails, or, if necessary, by regular mail (Department of English, University of Detroit Mercy, 4001 McNichols Rd., Detroit MI 48221).

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12/04/15 Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, Department of Economics, University of Detroit Mercy

The University of Detroit Mercy seeks to fill one tenure-track position at the assistant professor level to begin August 15, 2016.  

Required:  A doctorate in Economics is required.  Individuals nearing completion of their dissertation are encouraged to apply.  Demonstrated ability to teach, an affinity for both undergraduate and graduate economics courses, interest in department/university service, and solid evidence of research potential or experience are required. The applicant must also have ability to teach online and onsite courses.  Because of the University of Detroit Mercy's emphasis on teaching, potential or demonstrated ability for teaching excellence will be given particular weight.
 
Teaching area: Courses to be taught online and onsite include undergraduate and graduate level courses in Financial Economics and Issues in Financial Economics, Money and Capital Markets, International Monetary Analysis and select staple courses in Economic Theory and Analysis. 

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 urban mission, commitment to diversity, and tradition of scholarly excellence. The University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a culturally diverse faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all races and backgrounds.

Application:  Applications should be submitted to Ms. Delanda Dixon, Administrative Assistant, College of Liberal Arts and Education, University of Detroit Mercy, 4001 W. McNichols Road, Detroit, MI 48221-3038, or e-mail to dixondr@udmercy.edu. An application must include a cover letter, a curriculum vitae and names of three references. Review begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

Inquires may be directed to Dr. Raphael Shen, S.J. Chairperson Department of Economics, at shenrs@udmercy.edu.

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