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LMU: Manager Facilities/Energy & Plant Operations

Loyola Marymount University’s Facilities Management department is seeking a Manager Facilities/Energy & Plant Operations.  The incumbent will be responsible for the effective operation and maintenance of the central plant facilities, HVAC-R systems, and all campus utility distribution systems. Additionally, he/she will oversee the energy management of all utilities serving the campus.

Loyola Marymount University shares in a rich intellectual heritage fostered by the Jesuit and Marymount educational traditions and founded on social justice and ethical values. Governed by an independent Board of Trustees, LMU cherishes its Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming people from diverse social, religious, and cultural backgrounds. LMU is in Los Angeles, yet near the Pacific Ocean, offering a dynamic cultural environment.    


Additional responsibilities include: assisting the Central Plant and Utilities staff to effectively manage the systems and equipment required to meet the energy needs of the campus. Develop and maintain the Energy Management Plan and Utilities System Master Plan for the Campus including strategies for short and long term energy management initiatives to reduce the energy consumption. Furthermore, the Manager will develop and manage the budgetary activities, and ensure compliance with OSHA/CALOSHA, Los Angeles City Department of Building and Safety, and all local and County health department regulations.


We seek candidates that typically possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical/Electrical engineering or energy management or equivalent experience. Minimum 5 years’ experience in facilities management or energy management with progressively responsible positions.  Demonstrated knowledge in the areas of energy engineering. Must have knowledge of plant infrastructure and operations. Possess knowledge of Central Plant operations is required. Candidates must have the ability to deal effectively with complexity and ambiguity, and effectively manage several simultaneous activities. Must be able to work with a diverse group of people and maintain a productive and harmonious work environment. English proficiency is required, and Spanish proficiency is a plus. Must have the ability to develop and negotiate contracts for the university as it applies to contracted services in the utility and energy area. Exemplary communication skills (both written and oral), and strong management, administrative, and leadership skills is required. Strong planning and organizational skills, including budgetary skills are also required. We also seek candidates that have demonstrated computer competency, preferably knowledgeable of Microsoft Office systems.


We offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary. 


Website: Facilities Management
Contact Information:

Interested candidates may apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to https://jobs.lmu.edu (reference # 0140114). 

Equal Opportunity Employer



ROU: Vice President for Academic Affairs

Rockhurst University seeks nominations for and expressions of interest in the position of Vice President for Academic Affairs.


Founded by the Jesuits in 1910, Rockhurst is a comprehensive university of 3000 students that offers more than fifty undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs taught by nationally recognized faculty.  Rockhurst emphasizes learning, leadership, and service.  Its mission is to transform lives by creating a learning community centered on excellence in undergraduate liberal education and graduate education.  Rockhurst is Catholic and Jesuit, involved in the life and growth of the city and the region, and committed to the service of the contemporary world.  The Jesuit tradition of focus on individual dignity runs through the curriculum, which is based on seven classical modes of inquiry.  Students receive two transcripts when they graduate–one for academic work and another for their service activities.  Rockhurst students give more than 30,000 hours annually in service to others.


Rockhurst University is ranked among the top twenty master's universities in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report and has been recognized by the Carnegie Foundation multiple times for excellence in teaching and community engagement.  Its 129 full-time faculty and a 13:1 student-faculty ratio foster rich campus discussions and wide opportunities for student research.  More about the university can be found at its website at www.rockhurst.edu.   


The Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA) reports to the President of the University and is a member of his senior cabinet.  Reporting to the VPAA are seven directors of academic support areas and the deans of the university’s College of Arts and Sciences, the Helzberg School of Management, and the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.  The VPAA also shares responsibility with the President of the Research College of Nursing for oversight of the joint Research College of Nursing-Rockhurst University Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.


The University seeks candidates for the position whose leadership experience, record of achievement, and personal qualities exemplify the University’s Jesuit character, mission and commitment to excellence.  Senior level academic administrative experience in a complex college or university, a record of distinguished teaching, scholarship, and service, and an earned doctorate are required.


Credential review will begin on November 1, 2013.  Inquiries, nominations and applications, which should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae and five references, should be emailed to Lucy A. Leske and Ann Yates, the Witt/Kieffer consultants supporting this search, at Rockhurst.VPAA@wittkieffer.com.  Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged.  Materials that must be mailed may be sent to Rockhurst University VPAA Search, c/o Witt/Kieffer, 2015 Spring Road, Ste 510, Oak Brook, IL  60523.  


Rockhurst University uses E-Verify and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The University does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, or any other non-merit factor in employment, educational programs or activities that it operates.








Website: Academic Affairs
Contact Information:




JCU: Program Coordinator



Program Coordinator
Violence Prevention and Action Center
John Carroll University

Reporting to the Dean of Students, the coordinator will oversee and implement prevention and intervention activities that address issues of relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, sexual assault, non-consensual sexual contact, and sexual exploitation on campus. The coordinator will provide leadership for developing, implementing, and coordinating a vision for interpersonal violence awareness and prevention programs and response services on campus in regard to relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, sexual assault, non-consensual sexual contact, and sexual exploitation. These activities include assisting in the development of a mandatory freshman training program; developing and implementing ongoing education for the student body; developing and implementing training modules and manuals for faculty, staff, student leaders, and law enforcement; assisting in the review and expansion of existing university policies related to interpersonal violence; and collaborating with area agencies.

Bachelor’s degree in Women’s Studies, Social Work, or a related field is required. A minimum of two years professional work experience in advocacy, a college environment, women’s resource center, human service agency or related capacity is required. Masters degree is strongly preferred.

To apply for this position visit our website at http://apptrkr.com/397780. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by October 25, 2013. Completed applications will include a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references.

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Website: Violence Prevention and Action Center
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BOC: Provost and Dean of Faculties

Boston College seeks an experienced, effective, and creative academic leader for the position of Provost and Dean of Faculties. Founded in 1863, Boston College is a Jesuit, Catholic university located six miles from downtown Boston with an enrollment of 9100 full-time undergraduates and 4700 graduate and professional students. Ranked 31 among national universities and a member of the Association of Research Universities, Boston College has 752 fulltime and 1080 FTE faculty, 2750 non-faculty employees, an operating budget of $886 million, and an endowment of approximately $2 billion.


The Position: The Provost and Dean of Faculties is the chief academic officer of the University and reports to the President. Responsibilities include academic budget planning, development of academic policies and procedures, and supervision of all academic and research programs. The following units report to the Provost:  College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Law School, Graduate School of Social Work, Carroll School of Management, Connell School of Nursing, Lynch School of Education, Woods College of Advancing Studies, School of Theology and Ministry, University Libraries, and Enrollment Management.


Qualifications: To be considered, candidates must have an earned doctorate, be recognized as a teacher-scholar by their peers, and hold tenure, preferably at the full professor level. They must also have demonstrated success in academic administration and leadership in environments similar in size, scope, and complexity to Boston College, an understanding and commitment to teaching and research in a national university, ability to communicate effectively with faculty and students, capacity to work with administrative colleagues as a member of the senior management team, and ability and willingness to both support and contribute to the Jesuit, Catholic dimensions of Boston College and its institutional mission.


Inquiries, nominations, and applications are invited. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates should provide curriculum vitae, a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Profile (available at www.wittkieffer.com) and the names and contact information of five references. References will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates. These materials should be sent electronically via email to the Boston College consultants Jean Dowdall, Ph.D., Robin Mamlet, and Jane Courson, at BCProvost@wittkieffer.com. Documents that must be mailed may be sent to Witt/Kieffer, 2015 Spring Road, Suite 510, Oak Brook, IL 60523. The consultants can be reached by telephone through Donna Janulis at (630) 575-6131.


Boston College conducts background checks as part of the hiring process, and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.










Website: Office of the Provost
Contact Information:




USF: President, University of San Francisco

The Board of Trustees and Presidential Search Committee invite nominations and applications for the 28th President of the University of San Francisco (USF). The president will have a rare opportunity to lead this private Jesuit Catholic university as it continues to distinguish itself as a premier academic institution firmly rooted in Jesuit values and dedicated to educating leaders who will fashion a more just and humane world. The university welcomes both candidates from the Society of Jesus and lay candidates who have a deep understanding of USF’s Jesuit mission and ethos and the ability to inspire and engage others in this mission.

Established as San Francisco’s first institution of higher education in 1855, the University of San Francisco is deeply embedded in the intellectual, spiritual, and cultural life of one of the most innovative, diverse, and dynamic cities in the world. USF presently serves over 10,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in Arts and Sciences, Education, Law, Management, and Nursing and Health Professions. USF has 1033 faculty members, 1,029 staff, and an operating budget of over $385 million.

The next president will succeed Rev. Stephen A. Privett, S.J., now in his 14th year as president. Under Fr. Privett’s leadership, the university has significantly enhanced its academic programs; achieved sustained enrollment growth; acquired a Downtown Campus in the heart of San Francisco’s financial district; trans- formed the main campus with the addition of several new buildings, including the recently opened John Lo Schiavo, S.J. Center for Science and Innovation; considerably raised its visibility in the San Francisco Bay Area; and embraced a meaningful university-wide commitment to social justice.


As the external and internal leader of the university, the next president will be expected to:

  • Embody USF’s Mission and Core Values as a Jesuit Catholic institution
  • Unite the community around a shared vision for academic excellence and distinction
  • Create a financial model for the future that clearly places the academic enterprise at the core ? Realize the vision of USF as “San Francisco’s University”
  • Define the pathway for student success from enrollment to engaged alumni
  • Lead an ambitious fundraising effort
  • Leverage a powerful and dedicated Board of Trustees as partners in success





Contact Information:

Review of confidential nominations and applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please direct all inquiries or nominations, and applications, including a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and list of professional references (with full contact information) to:

Julie Filizetti, Cathy R. Daniels and Sabrina Singh
Isaacson, Miller, 1000 Sansome St., Ste. 300, San Francisco, CA 94111-1347
phone: 415-655-4900 | email: usfpresidentsearch@imsearch.com

USF is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to affirmative action and to excellence through diversity.

Contact Us: usfpresidentsearch@imsearch.com



CRU: Director of the Intensive English Language Institute
Reporting to the executive director of International Programs, the IELI director leads the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs, curricula, activities, policies and procedures; oversees the IELI budget, forecasting revenue and expenditures; develops a marketing plan for recruitment that includes materials, brochures, web pages and travel; reviews credentials and makes admission decisions; monitors and provides reports on applicant pools and enrollments; leads the placement testing and orientation of new students; advises students on academic and visa matters; monitors student attendance and progress; coordinates the end-of-Term and exit exams; writes progress reports; recruits, orients, assigns classes to, supervises, and evaluates the IELI teaching staff; leads the ongoing process for program accreditation; facilitates a seamless transition of IELI students into their degree programs.  

Master's degree in TESL, applied linguistics or related field. Five or more years of full-time ESL teaching experience in a U.S. university-based intensive English program; experience managing an ESL program designed for English-language learners seeking to enter an institution of higher learning. Strong knowledge of successful ESL instructional methodologies, including e-learning strategies. Significant overseas experience and foreign language facility. Excellent communication (oral and written), interpersonal and cross-cultural skills. Excellent planning and organizational skills. Evidence of interest in scholarly work. Preferred qualifications include a Ph.D. degree, record of publications or presentations in TESL and familiarity with accreditation processes.


Full-time 12 months


Website: International Programs Administration
Contact Information:

Apply online @ http://careers.creighton.edu requisition# 20130223



FAU: FAU: Fairfield University: Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Fairfield University, a comprehensive university located one hour north of New York City, invites nominations and applications for the position of Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs (Provost/SVPAA). A member of the senior cabinet reporting to the President, the Provost/SVPAA is the chief academic officer and responsible for the overall academic leadership of the University.

Founded in 1942 as a Jesuit and Catholic institution, Fairfield's vision is to produce graduates whose lives reflect personal integration, competence in multicultural understanding, and a commitment to professional responsibility. In keeping with its Jesuit mission, Fairfield is an inclusive environment welcoming students and faculty of all beliefs and backgrounds. On 200 beautiful acres overlooking Long Island Sound, Fairfield's residential campus offers an ideal setting for living and learning in an environment committed to intellectual rigor and community engagement. 

A highly competitive university, Fairfield is consistently recognized among the best comprehensive institutions in the Northeast by U.S. News and World Report and other guides and is a top producer of U.S. Fulbright Fellows among master's-granting universities. Fairfield offers academic programs in five schools: the College of Arts and Sciences; the Charles F. Dolan School of Business; the School of Engineering; the School of Nursing; and the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions. Fairfield offers majors in all the traditional fields and a wide array of interdisciplinary minors. Graduate programs are offered in education and allied professions, nursing, engineering, communication, creative writing, mathematics, American studies and in business, including the MBA and Masters of Science in Finance and Accounting. A Master of Public Administration program will begin in the coming year. 

Fairfield engages its students in a community of scholars - preparing them for leadership; encouraging them to participate in service projects; and developing within them strong social concerns for the common good. The University enrolls approximately 5,000 students and employs approximately 240 full-time faculty, with an undergraduate student-faculty ratio of 12:1. Fairfield's students come from all regions of the United States and from 45 countries around the world.


The Academic Division houses a variety of educational components in addition to the five colleges and schools. Within the Academic Division are the Center for Faith and Public Life, the Center for Catholic Studies, the Carl and Dorothy Bennett Center for Judaic Studies, the Center for Academic Excellence, the University Honors Program, University Registrar, the DiMenna-Nyselius Library, Office of International Programs, the Media Center, Office of Government Grants, the Bellarmine Museum of Art, the Program in Applied Ethics and all academic advising and support functions.


The successful candidate will lead the University with a broad vision that promotes excellence and inspires achievement among faculty, students and staff. Guided by Fairfield's mission and strategic plan, s/he will: work with faculty in a culture of shared governance to take innovative approaches to curriculum development, innovative pedagogy and research, including collaborative research with students and with community partners; be an effective spokesperson and advocate for the academic mission of the university; create new opportunities for partnerships across disciplinary and divisional boundaries; have a commitment to inclusive excellence and diversity; and partner with Advancement in garnering new resources for the University. The new Provost/SVPAA will be an exemplary scholar and qualify for appointment at the rank of full professor in one of the departments of the University.


Website: Office of Academic Affairs
Contact Information:

Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Fairfield has retained the services of Sage Search Partners. Please direct all inquiries and nominations in confidence to Patricia Herzog, Ph.D., pherzog@sagesearch.com; (617) 232-3113 (phone); (617) 232-6655 (fax). Electronic submissions are strongly preferred. For more information, please visit the University's website: www.fairfield.edu.


URL: sagesearch.com



SHC: Senior Major Gift Officer

Senior Major Gift Officer.  Spring Hill College is located on the Alabama Gulf Coast.


We seek an individual whose primary job duty is to cultivate, solicit, and steward major gift prospects with giving capacities of $50,000+.  Proven track record of closing five and six figure gifts.


Requires Bachelor's degree and 5 or more years of experience in major gift fund raising in higher education/ non-profit/equivalent sector. Strong communication and computing skills required.




Website: Office of Advancement
Contact Information:

Mail cover letter and resume to:  Personnel Office, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL  36608. E-mail:  pdavis@ shc.edu    For first consideration, must receive responses by November 8, 2013.


Full info in http://www.shc.edu/employment/jobs.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



CHC: College of the Holy Cross: Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College

The College of the Holy Cross seeks an outstanding academic leader for the position of Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College (Vice President and Dean). In its next Vice President and Dean, Holy Cross seeks a respected scholar with a deep commitment to the liberal arts who will embrace the College’s Jesuit, Catholic mission and engage in the rich intellectual life of the campus. S/he will serve as a key member of the senior leadership team and play a pivotal role in setting and achieving Holy Cross’s academic and institutional goals.

One of the nation’s leading liberal arts institutions, Holy Cross offers an academically rigorous, personalized undergraduate education in the Jesuit tradition. Under the leadership of a new president, Rev. Philip Boroughs, S.J., the College is poised for even greater levels of excellence. Founded in 1843 on a hill overlooking the city of Worcester, Holy Cross’ picturesque campus is home to 2,900 students in a warm community that values intelligence, passion, discernment, and service engagement. Jesuit education takes the whole person into account and fosters intellectual development, moral and spiritual growth, and a commitment to social justice. 


Reporting to the president, the Vice President and Dean will serve as chief academic officer of the College, overseeing the faculty (hiring, development, and evaluation), all academic programs, and several administrative offices that support academic life. The Vice President and Dean heads a 477-person staff and a $55.2 million annual operating budget (including personnel compensation). Direct reports include the associate dean of the college; the associate dean of the faculty; the director of academic budget and operations; department chairs; the director of library services; and the director of the McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics, and Culture.


The next Vice President and Dean will join Holy Cross at an exciting moment in its history, with a new president recently on board, a strategic planning process soon to be completed, and a major fundraising campaign which has begun. In collaboration with a broad range of constituents, the Vice President and Dean will continue to advance the liberal arts focus and academic excellence that are the hallmarks of a Holy Cross education. The successful candidate will be committed to the value of a liberal arts education and bring a distinguished record as a teacher, scholar, and administrator in a complex academic environment. Given the strong Jesuit and Catholic identity of Holy Cross, a thoughtful understanding of these traditions and values is important.


The next Vice President and Dean will join Holy Cross at an exciting moment in its history, with a new president recently on board, a strategic planning process soon to be completed, and a major fundraising campaign which has begun. In collaboration with a broad range of constituents, the Vice President and Dean will continue to advance the liberal arts focus and academic excellence that are the hallmarks of a Holy Cross education. The successful candidate will be committed to the value of a liberal arts education and bring a distinguished record as a teacher, scholar, and administrator in a complex academic environment. Given the strong Jesuit and Catholic identity of Holy Cross, a thoughtful understanding of these traditions and values is important.


Contact Information:

The College of the Holy Cross is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and complies with all Federal and Massachusetts laws concerning Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action in the workplace. To apply for the job, please write to: 4819@imsearch.com.



LOC: Director of Campus Ministry
Loyola University Maryland invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Campus Ministry. The Director of Campus Ministry provides leadership in setting and carrying out the overall vision of ministry for the University. The Director manages the activities of the Campus Ministry Office and is responsible for directing programs to support the spiritual and liturgical life of the Loyola University Maryland Community. Working in close collaboration with a team of Campus Ministry professionals and student staff, the Director is responsible for developing and implementing programs to promote the Jesuit, Catholic identity of Loyola University, Maryland both internally and externally.

Leadership
The incumbent in this position will guide the department to create goals in congruence with institutional mission and the strategic plan.

The incumbent will oversee the pastoral care of all undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff and respond to situations requiring pastoral interventions, grief counseling, access to sacraments or liturgies, etc.

The incumbent will provide leadership in social justice, ethics, ecumenism, diversity, and prayer. Participate in social justice awareness and community service programs. Foster the values of the Catholic Church, the Society of Jesus and the mission and values of the university. Serve as the Loyola representative at AJCU Directors of Campus Ministry.

The incumbent will attend campus events and provide assistance to the campus community in their exploration of spirituality. Assists campus community with the application of spiritual values and faith development and provides pastoral counseling and spiritual direction. The incumbent will supervise the liturgical celebrations with Campus Ministry staff including seasonal celebrations and special University celebrations.

Management
The incumbent will provide professional development and guidance to Campus Ministry employees. Establish annual performance goals for staff and conducts performance reviews. Recruit, interview and hire new employees and manages disciplinary actions as required. Oversee and is accountable for the annual department budget and makes budget recommendations to the Executive President as appropriate.  


Education: Master of Divinity or Master's degree in Religious Studies/Theology/Pastoral Ministry

Experience: Ten years of experience administering programs to support the spiritual and liturgical life of a diverse community in a higher education setting or commensurate experience.

Other: The successful applicant must be a person of deep faith who is committed to the University's Catholic tradition and Catholic Social Teaching and knowledgeable of Ignatian spirituality. Roman Catholic candidates are preferred.




Website: Campus Ministry
Contact Information:

The review of credentials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please apply electronically at https://careers.loyola.edu/ , the electronic application requires a cover letter, resume and list of references.  Paper applications will not be accepted.

Loyola University Maryland welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to its educational mission.  Loyola is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups, regardless of religious affiliation.



LOC: Director of Development - Sellinger School of Business
Loyola University Maryland is currently searching for the Director of Development for Sellinger School of Business and Management to serve as a senior member of the Advancement team and reports to the Vice President of Advancement. The Director is responsible for working closely with the Dean of the Sellinger School of Business and Management, members of the university administration as well as faculty to identify, cultivate and secure outright, planned and annual gifts from individuals matching donor intent with University initiatives. It is expected that approximately 65% of work time will be devoted to fundraising activities with the remaining 35% devoted to administrative duties.


Working under the general direction of Vice President for Advancement and as a member of the advancement team, assist in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of major gift donors and donors to Loyola University Maryland, specifically for Sellinger School of Business and Management.

Develop and propose specific solicitation strategies to promote Sellinger School of Business and Management fundraising priorities. Match programs and gift opportunities to the interests of potential donors consistent with established campaign goals for Sellinger School of Business and Management and Loyola University Maryland.

Manage a development staff including Associate Director of Development and Administrative Assistant.

Identify and cultivate, and solicit donor prospects and maintain a portfolio of approximately 100-125 donors.

Prepare and complete timely contact reports; prepare written proposals, background reports, and other development materials for use during donor cultivation and solicitation.

Integrate school/unit advisory boards as well as other committees and volunteers into the identification, cultivation, and solicitation process.

Conduct donor solicitations involving volunteers and campus leaders as appropriate and consistent with Loyola University Maryland strategies, policies and procedures.

Ensure that all gifts are processed according to Loyola University Maryland policies and that donors are appropriately recognized and stewarded.

Coordinate with colleagues and volunteers on various fundraising activities and events throughout the year.

Attend and assist with Loyola University Maryland events, which often occur during evening hours and weekends.

Attend Sellinger School of Business and Management Board of Sponsors meetings and other committee meetings as appropriate.

Ability to travel, at times extensively.

Perform other duties as assigned.


Bachelor's Degree and at least five-seven years of progressively responsible experience in fundraising required, major gift experience required.


Website: Advancement
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Associate/Assistant Vice President/Controller
Loyola University Maryland is in search of an Associate/ Assistant Vice President/Controller for leadership and coordination of the financial management functions of the University. The incumbent will provide hands-on leadership and direction to the departments of Resource Management, Financial Accounting and Reporting, Investments, and Student Administrative Services.

1. Provide recommendations for improving University-wide financial management policies and practices, and ensure accounting procedures conform to GAAP and state and federal regulations. Develop and implement strategy and resources to meet University fiscal goals; develop, implement, and communicate policy, procedural and technology improvements for financial operations efficiency, ensuring compliance with federal, state and local governmental regulations.

2. Responsible for financial operations of the University with primary focus on general accounting, payroll, resource management, investments, grant accounting, cash management, student financial services, internal controls and financial reporting. Oversee and monitor the preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual reports of financial activities. Oversee the University's endowment, accounting and financial reporting functions, and act as primary accounting advisor to senior administration.

3. Collaborate with faculty and administration to build strong relationships university-wide, and to assure superior financial services to the University. Serve as primary liaison with auditors and external agencies for financial, reporting, tax, and audit matters.

4. Oversee the implementation of requirements resulting from new legislation or oversight agencies as they impact financial accounting, reporting, payroll, investments and other financial management issues for non-profits. Represent the office on University-wide committees relative to financial strategies and operations. Work closely with the Vice President for Finance, faculty and administration to ensure seamless delivery of accounting, financial services and fiscal accountability. Represent the Finance departments on various University committees.


1. Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field with C.P.A. certification; MBA preferred. Ten years progressively responsible experience in fiscal management, including at least seven years in a supervisory role is required.

2. Must be a financial management content expert with both a tactical and strategic focus; hands-on working knowledge of the finance/controller business functions and areas of responsibility required.

3. Must be a strong leader, with a collaborative style, and possess excellent analytical, organizational and verbal/written communication and presentation skills.

4. Must possess skill and experience with reporting, fiscal procedures and policies, knowledge of tax laws and governmental reporting, GAAP, working knowledge of and experience with financial management ERP systems.

5. Must have an in-depth understanding of investments, resource management and customer service.

6. Must be able to support the University goals for institutional diversity, as well as the goals and values of a Catholic, Jesuit education.


Website: Financial Services
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Clinical Assistant Professor (or Instructor)/PDS Coordinator

The Teacher Education Department at Loyola University Maryland invites applications for a clinical faculty (non-tenure track) position to begin July 2013. The position requires the development and coordination of three to four Professional Development Schools. More specifically, the position requires supervising elementary and secondary level interns, in the Professional Development Schools (spending at least one day per week on site at each PDS), conducting field based professional seminars for PDS staff and Loyola interns, and assessing progress through a performance-based portfolio process. The position also requires the ability to communicate and oversee the implementation of federal, state, and local PDS Standards to Loyola students and PDS staff. In the position, the Coordinator must be able to accurately assess progress by observing interns and giving appropriate feedback in order to maximize the potential for success of Loyola interns. Strategic planning and departmental service is required, including the planning of and participation in school-based and PDS networking meetings. The Teacher Education Department is composed of a diverse and dynamic faculty committed to pursuing social justice through education and advocacy in an environment that supports excellence in teaching and research. Teacher Education Department faculty create and foster relationships with a variety of urban and suburban schools, allowing students to become involved with the community and faculty to conduct diverse research initiatives.
Position may also include teaching one or more courses. Other duties as assigned.


Master's degree required
At least 5 years experience in a school setting
Highly organized
Highly skilled in human relations
Ability to communicate effectively with undergraduate and graduate students.
Knowledge and experience in urban education


Website: Education


LOC: Director of Basketball Operations, Women's Basketball

Specific Duties
1. Coordinate team film at practice and games and team film exchange program.
2. Assist coaching staff with the completion of NCAA compliance logs.
3. Assist with the coordination of team travel arrangements and pre/post game meals
4. Assist with the ordering and inventory control of team equipment
5. Coordinate complimentary ticket requests and distribution for games in conjunction with the coaching staff and event services.
6. Assist with the production of basketball newsletter.
7. Assist in the coordination of all camps & clinics.
8. Coordinate and assist with the team's involvement in community activities & promotions.
9. Liaison with the athletic department marketing staff for all game activities.
10. Assist coaching staff with other projects, as needed.


1. Professional
a. Bachelors Degree, required
b. Playing and/or coaching experience, college level preferred

2. Personal
a. Strong written and oral communication skills
b. Excellent computer and organizational skills
c. Ability to meet responsibilities of position
d. Values compatible with and supportive of the mission of Loyola University Maryland

3. Environmental/Physical Requirements
a. Must be able to work closely with other people
b. Must be able to occasionally lift 50 pounds.

4. Working Conditions
a. Must be able to travel
b. Must be able to work weekends and evenings


Website: Athletics
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Assistant Director Athletic Communications Video Production

The Assistant Director Athletic for Video Production will be responsible for the production of all video related content creation and management for the athletic department and reporting directly to the Director of Communications, will be responsible for assisting in developing, implementing and evolving an integrated communications strategy including external and internal communications, public relations and media relations, and digital and social media strategy for the College in inform, engage and retain various constituents; increase brand awareness; and support and drive business goals.
II Essential Duties:
1. Web streaming of all men's and women's soccer, basketball and lacrosse home games, video content development for athletics website, game film exchange service for all sports, development of recruiting video content for all programs, special athletic event video productions and overall control of athletic video productions.

2. Produce and edit video feature segments for all Loyola sports to create video content for LoyolaGreyhounds.com and all video scoreboards to promote athletic teams. Edit highlight packages for all home events involving Loyola sports. Recording and uploading of post-event media conferences as requested. Additional video projects as requested for either web placement or coaching/teaching.

3. Coordinate the capture of game video of all home events for men's and women's soccer, basketball and lacrosse and additional sports as requested for live streaming and uploading for game film exchange.

4. Cataloging and archiving game and media content during the academic year for future use.

5. Produce the end-of-the-year banquet all-sports video for use at the annual awards banquet.

6. Performs all other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor.


1. Bachelor's degree in Communications, Public Relations, Digital Media or related area
2. 3-5 years of experience
3. Strong verbal and written communication skills
4. Excellent computer skills are required.


Website: Athletics
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Assistant Professor, Engineering

Teach six undergraduate courses per academic year in electrical, computer, and general engineering at the freshman through senior levels. Conduct scholarly research in a traditional or emerging area involving electrical engineering. Advise undergraduate students. Provide service to the department and the University.


Earned doctorate in electrical engineering or a closely related engineering discipline from an accredited college or university; evidence of the ability to conduct productive, scholarly research; evidence of the ability to teach effectively; excellent oral and written communication skills.


Website: Engineering


LOC: Program Assistant, Pastoral Counseling

Position open to current Loyola employees only.

-Collect and review program administration and evaluation data, schedule appointments and meetings, take meeting notes, prepare and distribute meeting agendas, prepare correspondence and reports, as assigned.
-Maintain departmental calendar. Arrange travel for the Director, Chair and other faculty. Independently perform required administrative follow-up and recordkeeping.
-At the direction of the department Chair, provide primary support for departmental events. Coordinate events, meetings and conferences; manage program registrations and communications; coordinate room reservations, set-up, equipment, and provide logistical support.
-Arrange for food/beverage vendor services.

Additional Administrative Support:
-Supervise and support graduate student employees.
-Schedule appointments, meetings and working committees for the Director, Chair and other faculty. Arrange for meeting rooms, equipment and food/beverage vendor services.
-Take notes, prepare agendas, copy and distribute agendas, minutes and handouts for committee and other meetings as directed by the Chair.
-Make copies of documents, reports, magazine articles and correspondence. Send faxes, address and mail correspondence and email documents and reports as requested by the Chair.
-Use various software applications, such as spreadsheets, databases, and graphics packages to assemble, manipulate and format data and reports.
-Receive and screen telephone calls for the department. Receive and direct visitors to the appropriate section of the department. Independently handle procedural and substantive matters and inquiries or refer visitors and callers to others, as appropriate.
-Provide logistical support for workshops, student events and faculty meetings.

Performs all other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor.


Minimum required qualifications include Associate's Degree and 3-5 years of progressively responsible related experience in a professional office environment or an equivalent combination of formal education/training and experience.

Specific Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
-Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
-Excellent written and oral communication ability, efficient work habits, strong organizational skills, and a superior attention to detail.
-Skills and experience in organizing, planning, and coordinating events with multiple areas of the organization.
-Ability to function independently and confidentially while also acting as a member of a team.
-Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and confidentiality.
-Excellent customer service skills and the ability to maintain poise, tact and courtesy while under pressure.


Website: Pastoral Counseling
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Assistant Coach, Women's Basketball

1) Coaching- Assist the head coach with on and off field coaching of team, including practice planning and implementation, individual and team coaching, other coaching duties as assigned.

2) Recruiting- Assist the head coach with on and off campus recruiting activities, including prospect evaluation, database management, correspondence, phone calls and other duties as assigned.

3) Scouting- Assist the head coach with the scouting of opponents.

4) Travel Planning- Assist the head coach with the planning of team and recruiting travel plans.

5) Academic Support- Assist the head coach with the academic support for current student-athletes, including study hall monitoring, individual academic monitoring and meetings, class checking and other duties as assigned.

6) Development- Assist the head coach with fundraising and solicitation of gifts within the framework of the overall athletic department fundraising and development program.

7) Budget Management- Assist the head coach with the management of the operations budget.


I) Professional
a. Bachelors Degree
b. Coaching experience, college level preferred

II) Personal
a. Strong written and oral communication skills
b. Excellent computer and organizational skills
c. Ability to meet responsibilities of position
d. Values compatible with and supportive of the mission
Loyola College in Maryland

III) Environmental/Physical Requirements
a. Must be able to demonstrate sport specific activities
b. Must be able to occasionally lift 50 pounds.

IV) Working Conditions
a. Must be able to travel
b. Must be able to work weekends and evenings


Website: Athletics
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Program Assistant, Budget and Sustainability

Sustainability - design, collect, analyze and report on current sustainability data, environmental stewardship and green initiatives. Update the sustainability website, blog and newsletter. Manage the Green Office program and manage recycling and waste reduction program.

Administrative Support - maintain vehicle fleet information, maintain and update utilities usage reports, provide office support as required or assigned.

Work Order Management/Customer Service - receive incoming calls for service maintenance, record and monitor all work requests, transfer all work requests to the work order system.

Record Keeping/Recording - maintain all electronic work order records and activity reports, ensuring that open and closed work orders are recorded appropriately and accurately and update and maintain employee telephone lists of all Facilities and Campus Services staff.


1. High School Diploma or equivalent.

2. 2+ years of experience in progressively responsible administrative position.

3. Ability to demonstrate administrative assistant capabilities.

4. Proven ability to use the Microsoft Office suite and advanced knowledge of excel preferred.

5. Excellent communicative, interpersonal, and organizational skills.

6. Ability to handle multiple tasks, priorities and deadlines.

7. Detail oriented and organized.

8. Integrity and discretion.


Website: Facilities
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Associate Director of Recreational Sports, Facilities and Risk Management

The Department of Recreational Sports at Loyola University Maryland is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Associate Director of Recreational Sports, Facilities and Risk Management. The Associate Director is responsible for the daily operations, facilities, maintenance, security and custodial needs of a 21.6 million dollar state-of-the-art Fitness and Aquatic Center. This position will also oversee parking and transportation, safety, risk management and inventory management for the facility. The Associate Director will spend significant time developing and further implementing the current Risk Management Program as well as a comprehensive Security Assessment/Plan for all Recreation facilities/programs. This position will supervise the Assistant Director of Recreational Sports --Aquatics, Assistant Director of Recreational Sports -- Reservations and Logistics, Assistant Director of Recreational Sports -- Fitness and Marketing, Building Supervisors and a Graduate Assistant -- Facilities. The Associate Director will serve in the capacity of the Swim Meet Manager/AFO in the event of the absence of the AD, Aquatics. The Associate Director will serve as a leader on the Director's team and will provide support to the Director of Recreational Sports with the execution of numerous executive and administrative duties of considerable scope and complexity requiring excellent initiative, judgment, knowledge and critical thinking.


-Master's Degree in Sport Facility Management or closely related field.
-Proven success with supervising others.
-Excellent initiative, judgment, knowledge, communication, and critical thinking skills.
-Detail oriented, highly organized, ability to multi-task as well as deal with a multitude of situations and people with a level head.
-Proven success with conflict resolution.
-Ability to work creatively and independently.
-Ability to plan, direct and assess programming in timely fashion.
-Effectively establish and maintain cooperative relationships within the department and on campus, while still being able to achieve departmental goals and maintain facility standards.
-Must be able to work collaboratively with a multiple constituencies in a complex, dynamic and robust recreation environment.
-Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to build rapport quickly with all employees.
-Customer service experience.
-Proficient computer skills (Microsoft Office).


Website: Recreational Sports


LOC: Visiting Clinical Instructor Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology

The selected candidate will provide clinical supervision for graduate students, complete necessary documentation, conduct student evaluations and conferences, may provide clinical instruction in Clinical Seminars, and attend supervisor and department meetings which may be at other affiliated university locations.


Candidate must have an M.S. or M.A. in speech-language pathology, be certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), be eligible or have state licensure in Maryland, and have at least five years of experience with assessing and treating pediatric speech language and communication disorders, including the application of Evidence Based Practice.

Candidate should possess knowledge and skills such as the tasks and competencies needed for clinical supervision as outlined in ASHA's position statement, Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (http://www.asha.org/policy/PS1985-00220.htm). In addition, candidate must be able to provide supervision in accordance with department and state of Maryland licensure requirements. Candidates are required to complete and/or maintain CPR certification. Candidate is required to have or obtain certification to volunteer in Catholic Schools. The candidate should demonstrate a commitment to Loyola's Jesuit mission.


Website: Speech-Lang Path/Audiology


LOC: Clinical Instructor Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology

-teach the equivalent of four clinical courses each semester, which includes fall, spring, and summer semesters.

-provide clinical supervision for graduate students, complete necessary documentation, conduct student evaluations and conferences.

- provide clinical instruction in Clinical Seminars, as needed.

- attend supervisor and department meetings.


Candidate must have an M.S. or M.A. in speech-language pathology, be certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), be eligible or have state licensure in Maryland, and have at least five years of experience with assessing and treating adult neurogenic speech language and communication disorders, including the application of Evidence Based Practice.

Candidate should possess knowledge and skills such as the tasks and competencies needed for clinical supervision as outlined in ASHA's position statement, Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (http://www.asha.org/policy/PS1985-00220.htm). In addition, candidate must be able to provide supervision in accordance with department and state of Maryland licensure requirements. Candidates are required to complete and/or maintain CPR certification. The candidate should demonstrate a commitment to Loyola's Jesuit mission.


Website: Speech-Lang Path/Audiology


LOC: Laboratory Manager, Physics

1. Laboratory Courses (PH101/102, PH291/292, PH116/117, Other Core courses)

Responsible for the set-up, testing and alignment of equipment used in the weekly laboratory sessions.
Maintain, repair and calibrate laboratory equipment. Evaluate equipment and replace when necessary.
Assist faculty by providing technical support to students performing laboratory work.
Maintain lists of equipment and set-up guidelines for each lab session.

2. Equipment for Research, Upper Division Laboratories (PH 293/294, PH 397/398, PH 493) Classroom/Corridor Demonstrations

Maintain, repair and calibrate existing equipment.
Help faculty develop experimental equipment.
Assist students with the design and fabrication of equipment for research and design projects.

3. Purchasing

Exercise purchasing authority for laboratory equipment and supplies.
Research, analyze and recommend alternative equipment or supplies based on specifications, cost and service.
Maintain fiscal control over budget categories relating to the instructional laboratories, faculty/student research and equipment repair and replacement by keeping accurate, timely records of purchases, disbursements and current budget status.

4. Students

Recruit and train students to support faculty with technical assistance as well as helping with the construction of demonstration and research equipment.
Maintain a progressive mentoring program for student workers.
Maintain timekeeping and payroll records.

5. Faculty Research Support

Assist faculty in building, maintaining, and operating research equipment.
Machine parts for research equipment.
Design and build electronics for research experiments.


6. Campus Coordination

Coordinate departmental requests for maintenance, repairs and supplies with the appropriate campus offices.
Coordinate usage of Physics Department facilities with outside departments (i.e. Admissions, Records, Development, Education).
Work with Admissions to schedule and coordinate facility tours for prospective students, their parents, alumni and guests.
Provide assistance to campus departments, as well as groups outside the Loyola community, when there is a request for cooperation.

7. Health and Safety

Act as the departmental safety officer.
Periodically examine departmental spaces for unsafe conditions, and correct situations where dangerous hazards are present.
Recommend modifications to laboratory procedures or fabrication practices to improve safety.
Coordinate with the Environmental Health and Safety Department to see that mandated health and safety requirements for laboratories be met.
Coordinate with the Environmental Health and Safety Department for proper maintenance, inventory, and disposal of hazardous materials.


Education: High school diploma with 2 years supplementary education at the college level and/or professional technical training school.

Experience: 3 years experience working with equipment, such as computer data acquisition, optics, electronics, and basic woodworking and metalworking tools.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Knowledge of advanced physics laboratory experiments and equipment
Ability to gauge the complexity of experiments while ensuring safety measures are met
Knowledge of purchasing and financial management.
Ability to work with a minimum of supervision and possess a high level of organizational and diagnostic skills.
Ability to design and complete small construction and repair projects in a wide range of settings.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to identify and support the needs of students, both academically and socially, so as to provide advice and counsel when needed.


Website: Physics
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Visiting Assistant Professor (or Instructor), Theology

Teach four core classes per semester.
Engage in service to the department.


ABD in Theology/Religious Studies
Knowledge of the Catholic theological and intellectual tradition.
Ability to contribute to the Catholic and Jesuit mission of the University.


Website: Theology
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Clinical Assistant Professor and Psychology Division Director

Teaching: Maintain teaching load of 3 courses per calendar year, primarily consisting of supervision of clinical trainees.

Curriculum Development & Implementation:
a. Working collaboratively with the Chair to ensure that an adequate and appropriate number of Clinical Supervisors are assigned for each semester and assuming a lead role in the recruitment and hiring of new Clinical Supervisors.
b. Developing, scheduling and implementing orientation sessions for Clinical Supervisors and/or student clinicians on an annual basis.
c. Acting as a mentor to Clinical Supervisors regarding clinical teaching.
d. Establishing appropriate caseload size and content for Clinical Supervisors and student clinicians.
e. Developing and implementing appropriate feedback mechanisms related to clinical training (e.g., supervisor evaluations, student evaluations).
f. Purchasing and maintaining an inventory of Division-specific materials (e.g., assessment protocols, therapy manuals, computer software).
g. Developing and implementing programs and service delivery options that are in compliance with Division-specific needs and training requirements, best practices, Maryland State Law, and the mission and vision of the Loyola Clinical Centers.

Management and operations of Loyola Clinical Centers:
a. Participating in Division Director meetings and other clinic meetings/events.
b. Actively participating in the development and execution of the strategic plan for the Clinical Centers.
c. Facilitating interdisciplinary communication and training opportunities among students and staff.
d. Acting as a liaison with community-based agencies to obtain referrals and broaden client base.
e. Serving as a leader in marketing the LCC and his/her Division to a variety of internal and external audiences, including participation in targeted Clinical Centers marketing and exhibit events or delegation of participation to an appropriate clinical service coordinator and/or clinical supervisor.
f. Establishing and reviewing fees for services rendered.
g. Reviewing past-due accounts for clients within their respective divisions and providing written feedback regarding extenuating circumstances and the status of services for those accounts to the Director of Clinics.
h. Developing and maintaining manuals of Procedures and Policies (General Clinical and Division-specific) that are in compliance with Division-specific training requirements, best practices, Maryland State Law, and the mission and vision of the Clinical Centers.
i. Ensuring quality and accuracy of clinical documentation and billing by supervisors and/or student clinicians in compliance with Division-specific training requirements, best practices, Maryland State Law, and the mission and vision of the Clinical Centers.
j. Maintaining a record of applicable Faculty Clinical Supervisor licenses, certifications, and/or registrations.
k. Maintaining and appropriately allocating Division-specific budget lines.
l. Actively participating in Advancement initiatives related to the Clinical Centers, including assisting with creation and review of Corporation and Foundation grant applications.
m. Assisting with management of grants/gifts by monitoring budgets and providing necessary data for stewardship letters and/or program evaluations.
n. Division Directors are the principals for the implementation of all training procedures and protocols for their respective divisions at the Clinical Centers.

Service: Expected to engage in departmental (e.g., comprehensive exams, program committees) and university service (e.g, university committees) as determined in consultation with Chair.


1. Earned doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (Ph.D. or Psy.D.)
2. License as psychologist in Maryland
3. Strong communication, organization, and leadership skills 4. Aptitude for or experience with working in an interdisciplinary setting
5. Experience supervising graduate students in psychological assessment and psychotherapy
6. Commitment to mentoring students in their professional development
7. Commitment to the ideals of Jesuit higher education.


Website: Psychology
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Clinical Assistant Professor, Psychology

A. Serve as Director of Field Education for master's and undergraduate programs. The Director of Field Education coordinates and monitors the field placement (externship) of master's and undergraduate students throughout the calendar year and is responsible for identifying and approving new externship placements.

B. Teach 4 classes per year, primarily supervision of field experience at the graduate level.

C. Contribute to service at the departmental and university levels.

D. Appreciate and be willing to contribute to the Jesuit mission of the institution.


1. Earned doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Psy. D.) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (or related field);

2. A license as either a psychologist or professional counselor in the state of Maryland;

3. Excellent organization, time-management, and communication skills;

4. Knowledge of and experience working with mental health providers in the Baltimore metropolitan area;

5. Ability to supervise the clinical training of graduate and undergraduate students;

6. Ability to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in counseling/psychotherapy and other areas of expertise;

7. Knowledge about the licensure process at both the master's and doctoral levels

8. Commitment to the ideals of Jesuit higher education.


Website: Psychology
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Half-time Affiliate Clinical Faculty, Department of Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology

A half-time,10 month clinical faculty position in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology at Loyola University Maryland. The faculty member will teach the equivalent of two clinical courses for both the fall and spring semesters. The position will involve supervising first year graduate students in speech-language pathology participating in an audiology rotation. There is no research expectation with this position. Service to the department, college and university is expected.

The selected candidate will provide clinical supervision for graduate students in speech-language pathology, complete necessary documentation, conduct student evaluations and conferences, provide clinical instruction in student clinical seminars, and attend supervisor and department meetings.


Candidate must have an M.S. or M.A. or AuD in audiology, be certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, be eligible or have state licensure in Maryland, and have at least three years of experience in the assessment and treatment of audiology disorders.

Candidate should possess knowledge and skills needed by Speech-Language Pathologist for providing Clinical Supervision (http://www.asha.org/docs/html/KS2008-00294.html) as relevant for the audiology supervisor of SLP graduate students. In addition, candidate must be able to provide supervision in accordance with department and state of Maryland licensure requirements. Candidates are required to complete and/or maintain CPR certification.


Website: Speech-Lang Path/Audiology
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Part-time Assistant Coach - Women's Volleyball

1) Coaching
2) Recruiting
3) Scouting
4) Travel Planning
5) Academic Support
6) Development
7) Budget Management

Specific Duties

1) Coaching - assist the head coach with on and off court coaching of team, including practice planning and implementation, individual and team coaching, other coaching duties as assigned.
2) Recruiting- assist the head coach with on and off campus recruiting activities, including prospect evaluation, database management, correspondence, phone calls and other duties as assigned.
3) Scouting- assist the head coach with the scouting of opponents.
4) Travel Planning- assist the head coach with the planning of team and recruiting travel plans.
5) Academic Support- assist the head coach with the academic support for current student-athletes, including study hall monitoring, individual academic monitoring and meetings, class checking and other duties as assigned.
6) Development- assist the head coach with fundraising and solicitation of gifts within the framework of the overall athletic department fundraising and development program.
7) Budget Management- assist the head coach with the management of the operations budget


I) Professional
a. Bachelors Degree
b. Coaching experience, college level preferred

II) Personal
a. Strong written and oral communication skills
b. Excellent computer and organizational skills
c. Ability to meet responsibilities of position
d. Values compatible with and supportive of the mission
Loyola College in Maryland

III) Environmental/Physical Requirements
a. Must be able to demonstrate sport specific activities
b. Must be able to occasionally lift 50 pounds.

IV) Working Conditions
a. Must be able to travel
b. Must be able to work weekends and evenings


Website: Athletics
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Assistant Athletic Trainer

1. Care, prevention and treatment of athletic injuries
2. Rehabilitation of athletic injuries
3. Daily administrative and operational organization of the athletic training room
4. Monitor medical supplies and inventory
5. Oversee medical insurance program
6. CPR/AED training of Sports Medicine Staff and Athletics Department

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Provide program consultation related to injury prevention, care, and treatment
2. Set-up rehabilitation programs for injured athletes and monitor progress
3. Maintain accurate athletic training room records and compile injury reports
4. Supervise work-study students for the athletic training room
5. Provide coverage at athletic events and practices
6. Monitor athletic training room supplies and reorder stock as necessary
7. Manage Athletics' insurance policy
8. Other duties as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer


NATABOC Certification
Two years experience in a college or other sports medicine setting
Maryland State Athletic Training License


Website: Athletics
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Affiliate Instructor, Portuguese

Teach one class PO204 Portuguese for Speakers of Spanish.


M.A. in Portuguese, experience teaching Portuguese as a second language at the university level, and native or near native fluency in Portuguese and Spanish. Review of applications will begin immediately.


Website: Modern Languages & Literatures
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor (or Instructor), Spanish

Teach SN 101, 102, 103, 104, 161.


Minimum M.A. or equivalent in Spanish and previous experience in college-level Spanish-language instruction. Commitment to the Jesuit Mission.


Website: Modern Languages & Literatures
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor or Instructor, Computer Science

Teach computer science classes on the undergraduate, non-majors level.

Teach other courses in the program as feasible.

Total teaching load of 8 courses per academic year.

Render other service to the Department and Loyola University, as needed.


Masters degree in Computer Science or a closely related discipline.

Experience and a strong commitment to teaching.

PhD to be at the Affiliate Assistant Professor rank.

Commitment to the goals of education in the Jesuit/Mercy tradition.


Website: Computer Science
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor, Physics

This full-time non-tenure track position requires teaching an equivalent of 8 courses in and providing service to the Physics Department. This will include introductory physics courses and possibly introductory astronomy and/or upper-level physics courses.


A Ph.D. in Physics or a related field; ability and interest to engage in excellent teaching at the undergraduate level.


Website: Physics
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor (or Instructor), Writing (2 openings)

The successful candidate will teach the core first-year writing course (WR100) with the possibility of teaching one other course in area of expertise. Some department-level service required.


Masters in English or Writing-related field
Graduate level coursework in composition theory and practice. Demonstrated success teaching first-year composition and other writing courses.


Website: Writing
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor (or Instructor), Teacher Education

Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in science and math methods; advising program students; service to the School of Education and to the University.


(1) an earned masters or doctorate degree with specialization in science or mathematics education
(2) successful teaching experience in K-12 settings;
(3) evidence of participation in professional organizations
(4) knowledge of national standards and trends in math/science instruction. Applicants should also possess an awareness of and interest in the educational mission of Jesuit higher education.


Website: Education
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor (or Instructor), Biology

The successful candidate will have a 4/4 teaching load, which will include teaching 2 sections of a non-majors anatomy and physiology course (with lab), and introductory lecture and laboratory courses that may include Cell and Molecular Biology, Organismal Biology, and Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity.


Applicants must have either masters or doctoral degree in Biology or related field.


Website: Biology
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Director of Development - Sellinger School of Business

Working under the general direction of Vice President for Advancement and as a member of the advancement team, assist in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of major gift donors and donors to Loyola University Maryland, specifically for Sellinger School of Business and Management.

Develop and propose specific solicitation strategies to promote Sellinger School of Business and Management fundraising priorities. Match programs and gift opportunities to the interests of potential donors consistent with established campaign goals for Sellinger School of Business and Management and Loyola University Maryland.

Manage a development staff including Associate Director of Development and Administrative Assistant.

Identify and cultivate, and solicit donor prospects and maintain a portfolio of approximately 100-125 donors.

Prepare and complete timely contact reports; prepare written proposals, background reports, and other development materials for use during donor cultivation and solicitation.

Integrate school/unit advisory boards as well as other committees and volunteers into the identification, cultivation, and solicitation process.

Conduct donor solicitations involving volunteers and campus leaders as appropriate and consistent with Loyola University Maryland strategies, policies and procedures.

Ensure that all gifts are processed according to Loyola University Maryland policies and that donors are appropriately recognized and stewarded.

Coordinate with colleagues and volunteers on various fundraising activities and events throughout the year.

Attend and assist with Loyola University Maryland events, which often occur during evening hours and weekends.

Attend Sellinger School of Business and Management Board of Sponsors meetings and other committee meetings as appropriate.

Ability to travel, at times extensively.

Perform other duties as assigned.


Bachelor's Degree and at least five-seven years of progressively responsible experience in fundraising required, major gift experience required.


Website: Advancement
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



MAU: Vice President for University Advancement

Marquette’s next Vice President for University Advancement will have the opportunity to lead the institution at the ideal moment to turn its rich history, rabidly loyal alumni base, and compelling institutional mission and values into unprecedented heights of philanthropic support.


The Vice President for University Advancement is a chief strategist for Marquette University’s alumni relations and development activities. The person in this position is responsible for ensuring an integrated, strategic, and consistent alumni relation effort and is a key liaison with donors. The vice president has overall responsibility for the planning and direction of on-going capital and special fundraising programs and for the relationship management and growth of all constituencies including alumni, parents, friends, corporations, foundations, Trustees, and other institutional entities. Additionally, the vice president is responsible for executing any broader based campaign. The primary focus of this position is university fundraising, the management of the University Advancement team and facilitating the development of strong and mutually beneficial engagement programs.


The Vice President for Advancement will first and foremost be a leader. He or she will have the personal qualities – especially the integrity, judgment, emotional maturity, diplomacy, decisiveness, courage of convictions, and sense of humor – necessary to develop collaborative relationships at every level of the institution. In particular, the vice president will inspire his or her workforce, including volunteers, to work at an unprecedentedly productive level on behalf of the university. Leadership of this sort, of course, requires exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and a history of success in the leadership and management of a complex, multifaceted enterprise. Leadership at Marquette also requires a strong, personal resonance with the mission of the university, especially with its Catholic and Jesuit values.

Ideally, the vice president will possess a successful track record as a major and principal gift fundraiser, with a strong understanding of – and preferably personal history with – every aspect of the advancement operation, from annual to planned giving, from advancement services to broad-based engagement, from individuals to organizations. Personal experience in a major campaign is required, with a strong preference for experience at the strategic level in every aspect of campaign planning and execution. Strong resonance with the academic core of the university is necessary; a track record of close relationships with faculty, teaching, and research is much desired. Of critical importance is an exceptionally strong strategic sense at the institutional, departmental, and individual level as well as an understanding of emerging advancement trends and best practices.

In addition, the ideal candidate will possess:
•an entrepreneurial spirit
•a donor-centric approach to development;
•excellent strategic and operational planning skills;
•an open, accessible, and collaborative leadership style;
•a commitment to professional development for him- or herself and for the staff;and
•a Bachelor’s degree, with an advanced degree preferred.

Master’s Degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution in an area appropriate to the responsibilities of the position preferred.


Website: University Advancement
Contact Information:

Recruitment will continue until the position is filled. Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications (including a cover letter and resume) should be submitted via email to MarquetteVPUA@wittkieffer.com.

Material that cannot be emailed may be sent to:

Vice President for Advancement
Marquette University c/o Witt/Kieffer
Attention: Dennis Barden & Jennifer Biehn
2015 Spring Road, Suite 510
Oak Brook, IL 60523

Confidential inquiries and questions concerning this search may be directed to Dennis M. Barden at (630)575-6167 or Jennifer Biehn at (630)575-6912.

 

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LMU: Solid Waste Recycling Supervisor

Loyola Marymount University is seeking a Solid Waste Recycling Supervisor.


Under the direct guidance of a Manager, this position serves as a working supervisor responsible for coordinating shift activities required for the completion of the University's campus-wide solid waste management and recycling plan. Directly supervises full-time service staff, temporary or third-party employees, and part-time student employees to accomplish our weekly mission and promote safety.

Loyola Marymount University shares in a rich intellectual heritage fostered by the Jesuit and Marymount educational traditions and founded on social justice and ethical values. Governed by an independent Board of Trustees, LMU cherishes its Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming people from diverse social, religious, and cultural backgrounds. LMU is in Los Angeles, yet near the Pacific Ocean, offering a dynamic cultural environment.



We seek candidates who typically possess a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience. Minimum 3 years waste management, recycling, or custodial experience and 1 year supervisory experience is highly desirable. We seek candidates that are proficient with the computer and able to effectively navigate using Outlook, Word, Excel and the Department's work order database. Exemplary communication skills and the proven ability to manage multiple conflicting priorities at one time is a must. We also seek candidates that have the ability to work harmoniously with people from a variety of backgrounds; Bilingual ability (English/Spanish) preferred. Must be able to manage employee conflict and help foster a positive work culture. This position also requires a valid California driver's license. The ability to operate forklifts, fork trucks, tractors, and other industrial vehicles and machines/tools required for recycling and solid waste management is also required.


We offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary. Interested candidates may apply by submitting a resume to https://jobs.lmu.edu (reference # 0130151).

Equal Opportunity Employer


Website: Facilities Management


LOC: Assistant Director, Poverty Concerns and Faith Connections

I. BASIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
Oversees and works with all CCSJ programs related to material poverty, hunger and homelessness. Serves as a resource within the Center to facilitate opportunities for students and the broader university community to explore and to make connections between community service, spirituality and faith. Coordinates and further develops local urban immersion programs. Supervises students who coordinate programs related to material poverty, hunger and homelessness. Participates fully in the life of the Center, works with service-learning, and participates in other activities and meetings within the university. Reports to the Associate Director for Immersion Programs and Education.

A. Oversees and works with all CCSJ programs related to material poverty, hunger and homelessness in Baltimore.

1. Maintains and develops the partnership with Beans & Bread Center and Frederick Ozanam Transitional Housing Program. Spends time on site to understand the agency culture, the needs of the programs and the people who frequent them.

2. Coordinates all aspects of Loyola Last Sunday at Beans & Bread on the last Sunday of each month: maintains budget, recruits and trains the volunteers, and assures continuity during holidays and throughout the summer. Attends most Last Sundays each year (schedule determined through discussion with supervisor) and arranges for a full-time staff member when absent.

3. Oversees all aspects of the Care-A-Van Program during the academic year (1-2 evenings per week) and assures that the program occurs at least 1 evening per week during extended holidays and the summer.

4. Oversees and works with students involved in planning hunger and homelessness awareness activities such as Meet & Eat (twice per year), Hunger Banquet, Sleep Out, and others as needed.

5. Oversees and seeks ways to expand the Viva House food collection (monthly) by encouraging participation of Loyola employees and student groups, and enhancing understanding of the program and education about the issue of hunger.

6. Represents Loyola as an active participant in the SHARP (Stop Homelessness and Reduce Poverty) Coalition of Baltimore. Attends other community meetings related to hunger and homelessness as appropriate. Informs students and the Loyola community about relevant activities related to hunger and homelessness in Baltimore.

B. Coordinates, assures implementation of and further develops urban immersion programs: Urban Needs Introduced through Experience (U.N.I.T.E.), and Student Orientation to Service (S.O.S).

1. Plans and runs U.N.I.T.E. (Urban Needs Introduced through Experience) and S.O.S. (Student Orientation to Service) with involvement of a student staff member. Oversees recruitment and training of student leaders and participants, leader training, program planning, logistics, and education; manages budgets; identifies and trains assistant/moderator and facilitates the programs.


C. Offers programs for students and other members of the university community which explicitly connects service, justice, spirituality, and faith. Works with Campus ministry on Ignatian teach-In.

D.Supervises 6 student Service Coordinators, who work on issues of material poverty, hunger and homelessness, and the Security Coordinator for the Last Sunday/Care-A-Van.

E. Participates fully in the life/activities of the Center and the University.


Master's degree in social work, theology, counseling, or other relevant field required

Three years experience working with persons who are marginalized; preferably with persons who are materially poor

Experience and desire to work with persons from diverse religious, racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds

Experience working with college students: training, mentoring, reflecting, and facilitating spiritual or faith development

Knowledge, ability, and commitment to work effectively within the framework of a Catholic, Jesuit institution of higher education

Commitment to communicating and to sharing the Jesuit Catholic mission, ideals and values, especially as they relate to service, issues of justice, and faith and spirituality

Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and as part of a team

Excellent organizational ability.

Demonstrated written and oral communication skills

Computer skills: proficient with Microsoft office

Flexibility with schedule: able to work evenings, 1 weekend and 1 Sunday per month


Website: Center for Community Service and Justice
Contact Information:

To apply, please complete an online application at http://careers.loyola.edu and attach a cover letter and resume. Please note that successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.



LOC: Director of Annual Giving Programs

Loyola University Maryland's Annual Giving department seeks a Director of Annual Giving Programs. 


The Director is responsible for providing the leadership, strategic direction and management of a comprehensive annual giving program. The Director will manage the team's fundraising appeals directed to donors through the use of personal appeals by gift officers, direct mail appeals, e-solicitations, and phonathon calls. These appeals will result in increased giving from a comprehensive list of donors including, but not limited to, leadership annual giving donors ($1,852-$25,000), undergraduate alumni, reunion class alumni, former student athletes, parents, prior parents, young alumni, graduate alumni, the Senior Class, faculty, staff and administrators and Mount St. Agnes College alumnae. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Advancement, the Director will lead a department of eight as part of the University's Advancement team.


Website: Advancement
Contact Information:

For more information, and to apply online, please visit https://careers.loyola.edu.  

 



MAU: Provost
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Marquette University
Provost
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Marquette University, a private, coeducational, Catholic, Jesuit institution in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, seeks an enthusiastic and visionary academic leader to serve as Provost. As the chief academic officer, the new Provost will lay the pathway for a new academic vision for the university within the rich tradition of Catholic, Jesuit liberal arts education.


Marquette is committed to excellence, faith, leadership, and service. Marquette’s mission is the search for truth, the discovery and sharing of knowledge, the fostering of personal and professional excellence, the promotion of a life of faith, and the development of leadership expressed in service to others. The university aims to graduate students who are transformed by their education and who, in turn, will transform the world.


Marquette enjoys steady and strong enrollment, with the current limit set at approximately 11,700 students: about 8,200 undergraduates (1,900 freshmen), 2,200 graduate students, and 1,250 professional students (dental, education, health sciences, law and nursing); students come from all 50 states and more than 80 countries. Founded in 1881, Marquette is one of 28 Catholic, Jesuit universities in the United States and is the largest private university in Wisconsin. Marquette’s attractive 93-acre campus on the edge of Milwaukee’s downtown is home to a highly collegial community with more than 1,200 faculty members.


Marquette University stands at an exciting crossroads in its history. Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., became the 23rd president in 2011 and a new strategic plan, Beyond Boundaries: Setting the Course for Marquette’s Future, was approved by the Board of Trustees in 2013. This plan outlines the need for the Marquette community to embrace new and collaborative methods of teaching, learning, research and service so that students are prepared for lives as change agents and problem-solvers in a world of growing complexity. It also calls for a renewed commitment to helping all members of the community reach their unique potential intellectually, personally and spiritually.  The Provost will play a decisive role in implementing this vision as the executive academic leader, inspiring and supporting faculty, students, and the university community. To succeed in this role, the Provost must serve as an intellectual leader for the Marquette community, a standard bearer for the vision of how the university’s academic work can benefit the greater good.  Recognizing the educational challenges of the 21st century, the Provost will: be the chief advocate and leader of the academic mission; develop a cohesive academic management and leadership team that will execute the strategic plan; promote academic excellence for human well-being with a focus on research in action; set university priorities for budgeting, resource allocation and fundraising in support of the academic mission; recruit, retain, and develop an increasingly distinguished faculty; grow and strengthen Marquette’s diverse and inclusive community.   


Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process. Confidential inquiries, nominations, referrals and curriculum vitae with cover letter should be sent in confidence to 4843@imsearch.com or to Julie Filizetti and/or Lindsay Gold at Isaacson, Miller, 1000 Sansome Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94111.  Electronic submission of applications and correspondence is strongly preferred.


Marquette University affirms its longstanding commitment to the principle of equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, disability, veteran’s status or national origin. Marquette affirms its commitment to the principle of affirmative action and its commitment to abide by state regulations and federal laws pertaining to equal employment opportunity.

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SCU: Director of Community-Based Learning

As one of the three centers of distinction at Santa Clara University, the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education (ICJE) promotes and enhances the distinctively Jesuit, Catholic tradition of education at the university. Among its signature programs is the Weekly Engagement Program, which links academic classes with engagement in the community. Each year, we place over 1200 undergraduates with 50-60 community partners in order to foster experiential learning for social justice (ELSJ). Through such placements we support the undergraduate core curriculum, which requires all undergraduates to take a course that satisfies an ELSJ requirement. In addition, the Ignatian Center is in the initial phases of developing the SCU Thriving Neighbors Initiative (TNI), a place-based project that will forge ties and mutually beneficial projects between different university units and a distinct geographical region near downtown San Jose.

The Director of Community-based Learning (DCBL) will provide strategic leadership and direction for all aspects of the Ignatian Center's programs in Community-based learning, including the Weekly Engagement Program and the Thriving Neighbors Initiative. He or she will collaborate with a wide range of people, in the university and in the community, to assure the successful fulfillment of the Ignatian Center's educational goals and objectives and to foster programs that mutually benefit students and community partners. The DCBL supervises the CBL team, consisting of three 11-month program directors, and assures proper supervision of other post-baccalaureate volunteer positions. This is a full-time, exempt position reporting to the Executive Director of the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education.


I. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

A. Advances and oversees all aspects of the Weekly Engagement Program.

B. Plans, executes, and oversees all aspects of the Thriving Neighbors Initiative.

C. Develops and carries out strategies for integrating community-based learning more deeply into the university's academic programs within the Jesuit, Catholic educational tradition.

D. Advances relationships with ICJE's and other strategic community partners.

E. Contributes to the budget planning and fundraising efforts of ICJE.

F. Carries out other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

G. Collaborates with broader work of ICJE.

II. Specific Responsibilities

A. Advances and oversees all aspects of the Weekly Engagement Program.

1. Ensures quarterly placement of students, contact with faculty, and communication with community partners.

2. Generates policies, practices and other strategies that advance the successful management of the Weekly Engagement Program and promotes best practices in community-based learning.

3. Collaborates with relevant university parties such as the Office of Undergraduate Education, Curriculum Manager of Experiential Learning for Social Justice (ELSJ), and Faculty Core Committee for the implementation of the Weekly Engagement Program and support of ELSJ courses.

4. Develops practices for assessment of success of the Weekly Engagement Program, relative to learning goals and objectives.

5. Leads and manages the staff team of Program Directors for Community-based Learning. Sets individual performance goals and evaluates staff performance.

B. Plans, executes, and oversees all aspects of the Thriving Neighbors Initiative.

1. In collaboration with the Executive Director, determines goals, objectives, and strategic design for the TNI in its successive stages.

2. Generates and carries out an operational plan that will lead to accomplishment of strategic goals.

3. Solicits external (i.e., larger community) support/buy-in for the successful execution and expansion of the initiative.

4. Solicits support/buy-in of university units (e.g., academic departments and programs, student affairs, residential units) that will effectively advance the initiative.

5. In consultation with ED and other parties, determines appropriate measures of evaluation of projects associated with initiative.

6. Leads and manages Program Director for Thriving Neighbors Initiative. Sets individual performance goals and evaluates performance.

C. Develops and carries out strategies for integrating community-based learning more deeply within the university's academic programs within the Jesuit, Catholic educational tradition.

1. In consultation with the ED and other parties, determines key learning objectives for CBL programs.

2. Supports the integration of CBL experiences within academic courses.

3. Promotes processes of reflection (faith-based, interdisciplinary, and referring to Catholic Social Teaching) that effectively enables students, faculty, and staff to recognize a commitment to justice and active global citizenship as essential dimensions of their vocations and/or careers.

4. Supports and recruits faculty to adopt and strengthen CBL pedagogy in collaboration with other faculty development programs.

5. As appropriate, may develop and teach courses related to ICJE?s initiatives.

D. Advances relationships with ICJE's and other strategic community partners.

1. Ensures necessary partner support by ICJE staff.

2. Cultivates potential new partners for the successful implementation of key initiatives.

E. Contributes to the budget planning and fundraising efforts of ICJE.

1. Proactively plans for budgetary needs of current and future CBL activities.

2. Oversees and manages budgets of CBL programs, monitors spending, financial reporting, and allocates resources consistent with program needs.

3. Provides assessment of costs/benefits of programs for review of ED.

4. Assists ED and Director of External Relations in soliciting outside funding for CBL programs, and participates in stewardship of prospective and current donors.

F. Carries out other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

G. Collaborates with broader work of ICJE. 


III. Qualifications

A. Education

1. Master's Degree or higher in relevant area.

B. Experience

1. Experience and demonstrated capacity working both independently and in team-oriented, collaborative environment.

2. Demonstrated experience in building community in university and/or community setting.

3. 5+ years experience in program administration, leading/supervising groups and individuals in managerial contexts.

4. 2-5 years experience in course facilitation and/or teaching. 

C. Knowledge

1. General understanding of community assets/needs and demonstrated effectiveness in cultivating and sustaining strong community partnerships.

2. Understanding of principles and best practice of experiential learning, especially in ways that engage faculty, students, and community partners.

3. Close familiarity with Jesuit educational mission.

D. Skills and Abilities

1. Strong organizational skills, with experience developing, implementing and evaluating programs.

2. High intermediate ability in conversational Spanish preferred.

3. Excellent interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills, including the ability to speak to a range of constituencies (faculty, staff, students, community partners, donors).

4. Strong independent judgment and demonstrated ability to problem-solve.

5. Ability to work effectively with decision-makers across many levels of the organization.

6. Ability to manage time effectively and manage multiple projects/assignments and activities under pressure with frequent interruptions.

7. Demonstrated capacity to be entrepreneurial and creative in one's approach to overcoming obstacles and achieving goals.

8. Experience managing and supporting multiple staff members.

9. Ability to create and execute strategic planning and to lead diverse groups collaboratively toward a common vision.

10. Ability to work non-traditional hours.

11. Valid US Driver's License.

E. Please submit a cover letter and resume.


Applications will be accepted through 5:00 PM on August 29, 2013.

To apply, please visit: http://apptrkr.com/382396


Website: Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education, Santa Clara University
Contact Information:

Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity and inclusion, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability.

Santa Clara University annually collects information about campus crimes and other reportable incidents in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. To view the Santa Clara University report, please go to the Campus Safety Services website at http://www.scu.edu/cs/. To request a paper copy please call Campus Safety at (408) 554-4441. The report includes the type of crime, venue, and number of occurrences.



USF: Assistant to the Dean







Assistant to the Dean

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Education

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

The Assistant to the Dean of the School of Education is the primary point of contact for the Office of the Dean, and is responsible for both the efficient operation of the Dean’s office as well as the administrative support for the Dean and, as needed, the Associate Deans. The Assistant works closely with representatives of other executive offices and with staff within the SOE to ensure effective communication and workflow, included related to confidential personnel issues. The Assistant manages and advises on special projects and events, communications, scheduling, and financial transactions, and coordinates and contributes to research projects, committees, and policies and procedures.

Job Responsibilities:

• Manages the Dean’s office. Develops office practices and procedures to ensure office efficiency and accuracy and compliance with University policies and regulations.


• Manages projects and events, conducts research and gathers information (compile, analyze, and interpret data) related to the Dean’s initiatives; independently reviews information for completeness and gathers any missing information to complete the necessary tasks; provides status reports and make recommendations regarding priorities, progress, and problem resolution.


• Develops and updates handbooks of SOE policies and procedures, and keeps abreast of relevant university policies and procedures to ensure compliance and alignment.


• Manages and monitors the budget, financial transactions, purchasing, invoices, and reimbursements for the Dean’s office; processes the purchase-card transactions for the Dean’s office.


• Serves as primary point of contact for individuals and organizations internally and externally for communicating and/or scheduling meetings and events with the Dean.


• Investigates, evaluates and resolves operational problems or situations impacting the Dean’s office.


• Provides administrative support for the Dean and Associate Deans as needed.


• Prepares answers for routine correspondence for distribution over own signature and prepares correspondence for others signature.


• Serves as liaison to faculty, staff, students, alumni, outside agencies and the public concerning information and/or inquiries. Ensures staff members are appropriately informed of inquiries. Responds to management and public requests for information.


• Handle’s routine inquiries independently; routes problems and correspondences to other administrators, staff, or faculty as appropriate; and prioritizes workload to meet office operations; responds to urgent requests as needed; monitors follow-up on correspondences that require responses.


• Liaison with all levels of administration and faculty to coordinate and resolve problems and issues relative to academic and administrative matters of an internal and external nature.


• Maintains the appointment calendar for the Dean, and coordinate calendars for all Associate Deans.


• Supports the SOE Administrative Team; keeps abreast of status of activities relating to programs, initiatives, and personnel; advises on strategic planning and daily operational issues.


• Assists with coordination of and communications for all SOE standing committees, including the Administrative Team; schedules meetings, prepares and distributes agenda materials and meeting minutes.


• Liaison to student organizations, including the SOE Graduate Student Association and the Graduate Student Senate, for communications with the dean’s office and with the SOE student population.


• Liaison to the SOE boards, including advisory and alumni boards, for communications with the dean’s office and with the SOE community.


• Maintains rosters of all SOE faculty and staff appointments on SOE and USF committees; keeps abreast of committee contacts and distribution lists.


• Manages processes for faculty and staff appointments, including submitting requests for search and hire, coordinating interviews, and communicating with applicants and references.


• Compiles and reviews for completeness the Tenure and Promotion applications, including tracking the submission of external review; arranges for secure storage and review by the Dean; prepares materials for electronic and paper distribution to relevant University committees and personnel.


• Solicits and compiles the completed Academic Career Prospectus for faculty; schedules one-on-one meetings; maintains updated files as revisions are submitted. Also compiles and tracks faculty applications for leaves of absence, including sabbatical leaves.


• Coordinates the annual performance reviews of the Associate Deans.


• Plans and coordinates meetings and special events for the SOE, including monthly All-School Meetings, new-hire orientations, welcome events, and celebrations; arranges for room reservations, catering, equipment, invitations, preparation of materials, and staffing.


• Manages and updates content for the School of Education webpages that are relevant to the dean’s office.


• Prepares travel arrangements for the Dean; arranges for flights, hotel, and ground transportation; processes the expense reports.


• Maintains general office files, confidential personnel files, and both online and archived files; maintains records in accordance with records retention schedule; maintains confidentiality of sensitive information and documents.


• Greets visitors and guests; provide visitors with transportation information prior to visit; provides Dean with background information and purpose of visit prior to visit.


• Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience.

• At least three years of experience relevant to an executive assistant, preferably in higher education setting.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Ability to establish effective working relationships with students, faculty, staff, administrators, and external constituents.

• Excellent organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks/projects and to meet deadlines.

• Ability to take initiative and work independently. Ability to exercise excellent and ethical judgment.

• Proficiency using computers systems and word processing and spreadsheet applications.

• Ability to maintain confidentiality and the willingness to work in a team environment.

• Knowledge of educational issues and a commitment to diversity, equity, and social justice.

• Able to travel around the Bay Area as necessary and/or work occasionally in the evenings and weekends for special events.



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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MAU: President

Marquette University

President

Milwaukee, WI 

Marquette University, a private, coeducational, Catholic, Jesuit institution in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, seeks an enthusiastic and visionary leader to serve as its 24th President. Marquette is committed to excellence, faith, leadership, and service. The university aims to graduate students who are transformed by their education and who, in turn, will transform the world.

 

Founded in 1881, Marquette is the largest private university in Wisconsin. The university enjoys steady and strong enrollment, with over 11,000 students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries, including approximately 8,000 undergraduates, 2,000 graduate students, and 1,200 professional students in dentistry, education, health sciences, law and nursing. Marquette’s attractive 90-acre campus on the edge of Milwaukee’s downtown is home to a highly collegial community with more than 1,200 faculty members in 12 academic divisions. Marquette is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and underwent its decennial reaffirmation of accreditation visit in late 2013.

 

Among its peers, Marquette is distinguished for its emphasis on connecting academic excellence and service to others. In Marquette’s 2013 senior survey, 87 percent of seniors said they participated in community service, devoting approximately 422,000 hours of their time each year. Marquette also prides itself on a proud intercollegiate athletic tradition as a NCAA-Division I institution competing in the Big East Conference.

 

Marquette’s Board of Trustees approved a new strategic plan, Beyond Boundaries: Setting the Course for Marquette’s Future, in 2013. The President will play the decisive role in shaping and implementing this plan, inspiring and supporting faculty, students, and the university community. To succeed, the President will:

  • Serve as a compelling advocate and spokesperson for Catholic, Jesuit education in the 21st century, within the university and beyond;
  • Be the chief advocate and leader of the university’s mission;
  • Nimbly address and meet the challenges facing higher education while enhancing Marquette’s commitment to the almost 500-year-old Jesuit educational tradition;
  • Expand the university’s resources, in particular through philanthropy by serving in a prominent role of cultivating and soliciting donors, as well as providing leadership in the largest comprehensive campaign in Marquette’s history;
  • Lead efforts to enhance and implement the strategic plan;
  • Develop a cohesive leadership team, including hiring a permanent Provost and integrating him or her into a high-functioning leadership group; and
  • Grow and strengthen Marquette’s diverse community and culture of inclusiveness. 

Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process. Applicants should send the following separate documents to MarquettePresident@wittkieffer.coma detailed letter of application, a curriculum vitae, and a list of at least eight references including complete contact information and a description of the relationship to the applicant. References will not be contacted without the permission of the candidate. Electronic submission of applications and correspondence is strongly preferred.Inquiries and nominations can be submitted to the same e-mail address or to the search firm representatives at the address or phone number listed below.

Marquette University

President

Dennis M. Barden, Jean A. Dowdall, and/or Ann A. Yates

Witt/Kieffer

2015 Spring Rd., Suite 510

Oak Brook, IL 60523

630-575-6167 and/or 651-332-2587








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SLU: President, Saint Louis University

The Board of Trustees at Saint Louis University has announced the search for its 32nd president.  The next president will lead a Catholic/Jesuit institution that values academic excellence, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment of faith and service to others. It is anticipated that the new president will begin duties during the summer of 2014.

Founded in 1818, Saint Louis University fosters the intellectual and character development of nearly 14,000 students on campuses in St. Louis, Missouri, and Madrid, Spain.  Building on a legacy of nearly 200 years, Saint Louis University continues to move forward with an unwavering commitment to a higher purpose, a greater good. 

The next president will be expected to maintain and strengthen the relationship with the Jesuit character and mission of the university; provide distinguished and trusted leadership; inspire philanthropy and sustain financial equilibrium; broaden the institution’s reputation nationally and internationally; foster collegial relationships; focus on students and campus diversity; and build on the strength of the health services.

The successful candidate will be a visionary leader with a documented history of significant and successful senior leadership experience; a deep understanding and appreciation for the role of faculty and what goes into excellent teaching, learning, and scholarship; possess excellent communication skills and a commitment to communicate effectively across multiple constituencies; a commitment to the value of and imperative for diversity; a collaborative and consultative leadership style; an aptitude for asking others to support this exceptional institution financially; a focus on students and appreciation for the balance of academics, athletics, and other extracurricular activities.

Prospective candidates are encouraged to visit the Saint Louis University website, www.slu.edu to learn more about the institution and presidential search.

The presidential search committee will begin a review of applications immediately and continue work until an appointment is made.  To assure full consideration, applications should be received by December 20, 2013, and include a letter of interest, vita/resume and the names of five professional references with e-mail and telephone numbers.  Applications should be sent electronically (MS Word or PDF Format) to slupresident@agbsearch.com.

The search is being assisted by Dr. Jamie Ferrare, managing principal, AGB Search, jpf@agbsearch.com, (202) 776-0854, and Laird Desmond, consultant, laird.desmond@agbsearch.com, (253) 566-6830.

Saint Louis University is an inclusive community that welcomes all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, age, ability, faith, sexual orientation, gender, class or ideology








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XAU: Associate Vice President for Human Resources - Xavier University

Xavier University invites inquiries, nominations and applications for the position of Associate Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer. The Associate Vice President for Human Resources is responsible for providing the overall strategic leadership of the Office of Human Resources in support of Xavier’s mission, its Jesuit Catholic tradition and long-term strategic goals in collaboration with executive administrators. In addition, the incumbent provides strategic and operational planning and support for all human resources functions. The position reports to the Administrative Vice-President and oversees a current staff of seven.


Duties and Responsibilities:

Strategic

  • Ensure that human resources systems and processes are in place to support the University’s strategic and tactical goals
  • Assist the leaders of the University in the development and implementation of their strategic and tactical plans, ensuring the human resources impact of their plans are understood and accounted for
  • Provide strategic consultation and guidance to all levels of administration, faculty and staff concerning human resource matters with a high degree of confidentiality, integrity, and judgment
  • Supervise the development and implementation of systems for the Office of Human Resources to track its performance
  • Work as an internal consultant across the University as structures and staffing are modified to improve performance. Assist and coach managers to maximize the utilization of their human resources
  • Work collaboratively with colleagues to achieve University goals related to diversity, inclusion, and affirmative action, serves as an Affirmative Action Officer

Operational

  • Oversight of recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits and wellness, employee relations, human resources information systems, workforce planning, and training and development including the hiring, on-boarding and termination processes for all employees
  • Oversee the performance appraisal process for staff and administrators
  • Manage and monitor all Human Resources budgets, fiscal operations and reports
  • Provide direct supervision for a Director, Compensation, Benefits, & HRIS, Human Resources Business Partners, Talent Management Specialist and HR Assistants
  • Models a highly functioning, customer service, and solutions-oriented Office of Human Resources
  • Ensure communication systems and processes are up-to-date and in place so that employees of the University receive information they need on a timely basis and that programs exist to elicit information from employees in all pertinent areas affecting utilization of human resources
  • Respond to sensitive employee issues or other human resources-related problems with timely, effective solutions
  • Oversight of the University’s compliance with employment, tax and benefit related laws and regulations
  • Formulate, recommend and maintain Human Resources policies and procedures
  • Perform other related responsibilities as requested

Required Qualifications:

  • An understanding of and commitment to Xavier University’s mission and its Jesuit Catholic tradition
  • A masters degree in Human Resources, Business, IO Psychology or related field
  • PHR or SPHR certification a plus
  • A minimum of seven years recent management and Human Resources experience with evidence of progressive responsibility
  • An understanding of employment; position classification; employee relations; benefit development, design and administration; compensation; human resource information systems; affirmative action and employee development is required. Direct experience in these areas is desirable and a working knowledge of Sun Guard’s Banner system is a plus
  • Thorough knowledge of the federal and state regulations governing human resources functions
  • Excellent communication and team working skills with a widely diverse set of individuals
  • An exceptionally strong orientation toward a proactive human resources operation which emphasizes “service” to user departments and employees
  • Strong at building and establishing proactive employee relations programs and cultures and the ability to mentor and advise executives, deans, department chairs, and middle management personnel regarding a wide variety of human resources issues

Preferred Qualification:

  • Higher education experience preferred



Contact Information:

To ensure consideration, interested candidates must submit a resume, cover letter, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references on-line by Friday, January 3, 2014. To submit an application, visit: https://careersatxavier.silkroad.com/.

Xavier University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



USF: Assistant or Associate Professor of Nursing - Tenure Track





Assistant or Associate Professor of Nursing - Tenure Track

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Nursing & Health Professions

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

The School of Nursing & Health Professions at the University of San Francisco invites nominations and applications for tenure-earning faculty positions at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The school has a vibrant baccalaureate program that is one of the few programs on the West Coast to admit students as freshmen. As a result, the undergraduate students in the nursing major are among the very best at the university.


Graduate programs include the MSN with a Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) focus and the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree. The master’s program has both an entry-into-practice option as well as one for RNs. Programming for the MSN is offered at the USF regional campuses and several clinical partners in addition to the San Francisco campus. The MSN graduates are making meaningful contributions to healthcare advances in the Bay Area.


The DNP at USF was the first in California and received CCNE accreditation in fall 2009. DNP graduates have assumed significant leadership roles across both nursing and healthcare, and our Executive Leadership DNP program promises to extend that scope and range. The program has post-baccalaureate and post-masters’ options and prepares both APRNs and health care systems leaders.

Job Responsibilities:

Successful candidates will be expected to engage in classroom and clinical teaching, develop an independent and ongoing program of scholarship, and perform service that will contribute to the university and profession.

Minimum Qualifications:

A doctoral degree in nursing or related area is required. Upon hire, the faculty member must be licensed as a registered nurse in California. Qualifications include a strong commitment to teaching, preparation to sustain a program of scholarship and evidence of scholarship, experience and willingness to work in a culturally diverse environment and an understanding of and commitment to support the mission of the University.



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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CAC: Vice President for Institutional Advancement

POSITION SUMMARY

The Vice President for Institutional Advancement reports to the President of the college and is the chief development and external relations officer for the college.  The Vice President is responsible for raising necessary resources for the college’s strategic priorities and overseeing the execution of an integrated marketing and communications strategy that produces measurable results and positive visibility for the college.

The Vice President is responsible for all advancement functions: alumni engagement, fundraising, marketing, public relations, government relations, creative services, website management, and all external relations for the college.

The Vice President advises the President on matters that affect external support for the college, working collaboratively with other vice presidents as a member of the senior leadership team, and with volunteers at all levels to develop both long-term and immediate strategies and programs for the engagement and support of advancement constituents.


Development Responsibilities

The incumbent is responsible for the oversight of constituency engagement and for researching, designing, cultivating, coordinating, and executing all central advancement programs including leadership and major gift fundraising, corporate / foundation gifts and sponsorship, planned giving, major capital campaigns, prospect research, prospect and donor communications, advancement events and advancement services.

·         Provide strategic leadership for annual and planned giving; advancement research and data services; major gift fundraising for facilities, endowments, athletics and special programs; special events; and constituency relations.

·         Develop and implement a comprehensive plan for development commensurate with the strategic goals of the college for the next decade.

·         Manage the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of a portfolio of 50 key prospects and donors.

·         Work closely with senior officers of the college, Trustees, Regents, key volunteers and donors and manage the president’s involvement in the development and constituency relations initiatives.

·         Oversee the college’s comprehensive alumni engagement program for the college’s 48,000 living alumni.

·         Assure the maintenance of complete records of all gifts and commitments, as well as data integrity for all alumni, donors and prospects.

·         Oversee the development of all advancement communications and the planning and implementation of all events in connection with development and constituency relations programs.

Marketing and Communications Responsibilities

The Vice President is responsible for the oversight of Marketing and Communications and the development and implementation of an integrated marketing and communication plan commensurate with the strategic goals of the college for the next decade.

·         Provide strategic leadership for marketing and branding; public and external relations and communications including the publication of the Canisius College Magazine; creative services and web site management; and government relations.

·         Act as chief public relations spokesperson on matters of general information about the college not handled by the President.

·         Chief government relations contact and lobbyist for the college.

·         Collaborate with college stakeholders on internal and external communications for strategic priorities.

General

Regularly report to and make recommendations to the President and the Board of Trustees on the status of the functional areas as they relate to the long-range and annual goals, staffing, budget and plans of action.  Serve as secretary and staff support to the Board’s Institutional Advancement Committee.

·         Serve as a member of the college’s senior leadership team, and as a member of key college committees and task force assignments as made from time to time by the President.

·         Serve as the Institutional Advancement liaison to community, business, and social leaders.  Represent the college at professional and civic functions and on committees or boards as required.

·         Manage a staff of approximately 24 exempt and 10 non-exempt associates, and a budget of approximately $3 million.

·         Responsible for additional projects as assigned by the President.


Qualifications

·         Ability and willingness to enthusiastically support the College’s Catholic, Jesuit mission, identity, tradition and spirit and its commitment to the moral and ethical development of all students.

·         A results-oriented, strategic thinker who seeks to expand the boundaries of institutional advancement and have a larger impact across the college.

·         A history of demonstrated success in development, including capital campaign experience, preferably in higher education.

·         A proven team-builder with demonstrated management experience in the successful leadership of staff, with the skills, training and competence to serve as a mentor to staff and colleagues.

·         The skills and ability to strategize and direct high-level gift and grant discussions, as well as an outstanding record of personal solicitation calls on major corporate, foundation and individual donor prospects.

·         High-level communication skills to express, both orally and in writing, the mission and fundraising goals of the college.

·         Experience and demonstrated success with integrated marketing and communications.

·         The capacity and desire to strengthen links of communication and service between the institutional advancement areas and other academic and administrative areas of the college.

·         Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with the President, Trustees, Regents, other Cabinet members, deans, faculty, administrators, students, alumni, community leaders, volunteers, and donors.

·         Ability to work strategically and collaboratively as a member of the college’s senior leadership team.

·         Ability to travel and be present for special events on evenings and weekends.

·         Ability to develop effective long- and short-range strategic plans.

·         Intellectual depth, moral integrity, vision, energy, and creativity.

·         Enthusiasm, drive, motivational ability, willingness to take risks, and competitive spirit; a passion for relationship building and fund raising.

·         Facility with computers and social media communications; basic understanding of the potential of technology to facilitate the institutional advancement function and improve internal communications within the college and external communications beyond the campus.

·         Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred.


Website: Institutional Advancement
Contact Information:

STARTING DATE:  As soon as possible.

Nominations and applications should be submitted in confidence via e-mail to Ms. Dolah Saleh at Dolah@performancepros.net.

 

Canisius College, a Catholic and Jesuit university, is an independent, co-educational, medium-sized institution of higher education.  Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  Canisius College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.          

 



REU: Administrative Assistant

The Regis College Office of the Academic Dean seeks an Administrative Assistant to provide support to the office and those who are conducting business with the office.


A successful candidate for the position will receive those who are visiting the Office of the Academic Dean and assist them with their needs using a highly professional demeanor. They will make appointments and maintain the calendars of the Dean and Associate Dean. This individual will take minutes for one of the faculty committees and provide information as needed to the various faculty committees. Will supervise work study students. Assist with planning of events hosted by the Dean’s Office.

The administrative assistant performs general offices duties such as answering the phones, photocopying, organizing email communication to the Regis College community, scheduling of the conference room and the van, collecting and maintaining the syllabi and office hours for those teaching in Regis College. Must have strong computer skills.

This position also provides assistance to the three academic departments that are housed in Loyola Hall. To assist those who might have questions outside of Regis College, general knowledge of the university must be gained.

This position requires strong communication skills and the ability to work in a busy, distracting environment. The successful candidate should enjoy working with students, potential students, faculty and other staff. They also must maintain a high level of confidentiality and honor FERPA regulations.


Two-three years of administrative experience and a high school diploma or equivalent.

Bachelor’s degree and/or experience in academia. 


$15.62 hourly


Website: Office of the Dean - College
Contact Information:

To find out more information about this position and to apply please visit https://jobs.regis.edu



SCU: Santa Clara University: Director of Campus Ministry

Overview: Santa Clara University is a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in California's Silicon Valley, offering its 8,800 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus master's, Ph.D., and law degrees.

Distinguished by the highest retention rate and ranked second among all master's universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report, Santa Clara University is California's oldest operating institution of higher-education. The University is focused on creating an academic community that educates citizens and leaders who will build a more just, humane, and sustainable world.

Purpose: The Director of Campus Ministry (DCM) provides strategic leadership and direction for all aspects of the Santa Clara University Office of Campus Ministry. In service of SCU's Jesuit, Catholic mission and identity, the DCM fosters the religious, spiritual, and liturgical life of the entire campus community, with particular focus on students, both graduate and undergraduate. He or she oversees and collaborates with a team of twelve to ensure the effective pastoral outreach to the university community. Programs for which the DCM provides oversight include worship, retreats, pastoral counseling, residential ministry, justice education, prayer services, sacramental preparation, ecumenical efforts, interfaith opportunities and faith formation. This is a full-time, 12-month, exempt position reporting to the President of the University.

Full-Time | Commensurate with Experience. Requisition Number (please reference): 1001414. For information about the benefits offered by Santa Clara University, please visit: http://www.scu.edu/hr/benefits/.


I. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Establishes and promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of the Office of Campus Ministry in order to align with and advance the university's vision, mission, goals and values.
  2. Directs the organizational plan of the Office of Campus Ministry.
  3. Provides for the effective oversight of day-to-day operations of Campus Ministry.
  4. Ensures successful liturgical, educational, and ministerial services to students, faculty, and staff.
  5. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with a range of key partners at the university and beyond.
  6. Represents Campus Ministry in activities both on- and off-campus.
  7. Performs other related duties as assigned. 

II. Representative Duties

A. Establishes and promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of the Office of Campus Ministry to align with and advance the university's vision, mission, and values.

  1. Provides transparent, collaborative and visible leadership for the formulation of a dynamic vision for Campus Ministry.
  2. Develops and executes long-term and short-term strategic planning.
  3. Develops and monitors appropriate metrics for measuring success.
  4. Oversees periodic review of Campus Ministry through the university's program review process.
  5. Sets and maintains clear priorities to guide the use of Campus Ministry's resources.
  6. Promotes the advancement of Campus Ministry's mission and goals within university structures.
  7. Contributes effectively to deeper understanding of contemporary Catholic faith and the Jesuit educational tradition throughout the campus community.
  8. Contributes, as appropriate, to fundraising activities of the university.

B. Directs the organizational plan of the Office of Campus Ministry.

  1. Assesses organizational structure in light of best practices for campus ministry in higher education.
  2. Develops and promotes updated structures and practices according to professional standards in field.
  3. Supports ongoing evaluation of Campus Ministry program effectiveness on the basis of set metrics.
  4. Ensures appropriate leadership development of team members.
C. Provides for the effective oversight of day-to-day operations of Campus Ministry.      

  1. Oversees the management and development of Campus Ministry's programs.
  2. Oversees departmental administration, staffing, and policies.
  3. Oversees the management of the Mission Church, including staffing and other material needs.
  4. Develops and oversees annual operating budget processes across program areas.
  5. Sets goals for direct reports, evaluates their performance, promotes or terminates them when appropriate within university guidelines, and carries out policy on merit increases.
  6. Ensures goal-setting and appropriate evaluation of all Campus Ministry staff.     

D. Ensures successful liturgical, educational, and ministerial services to students, faculty, and staff.

  1. Attends and/or presides at liturgies on a regular basis.
  2. Provides for a robust sacramental and worship life on campus.
  3. Offers support and guidance to staff members regarding programs, projects, and events, including liturgies, retreats, and justice-related offerings.
  4. Promotes active outreach of campus ministers to persons and groups who have little contact with Campus Ministry's programs.
  5. Mentors staff members in support of their areas of responsibility.
  6. Offers pastoral counseling and spiritual direction to students, as appropriate.
  7. Serves on retreat teams (Silent Directed, Ignatian, Search), as appropriate.
  8. Promotes the growth of the ecumenical and interfaith dimensions of campus life, with attention to the plurality of religions at SCU. 
  9. Provides sufficient opportunities for faith formation, with particular but not exclusive focus on the Catholic tradition.
  10. Develops programs to meet new needs and revises or eliminates programs that no longer serve strategic priorities.
  11. Supervises staffing and planning for marriage preparation to alumni in conjunction with Mission Church weddings.  
  12. Ensures, either in person or through appropriate minister, pastoral care in crisis situations (death of student, parent, etc.).

E. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with a range of key partners at the university and beyond.

  1. Collaborates with the Jesuit Community (rector, individual members, and appropriate sub-groups) to promote effective presence of Jesuits and their active participation in appropriate ministries.
  2. Serves on President's Cabinet, as well as Administrative Leadership team.
  3. Participates in appropriate university committees.
  4. Networks regularly with fellow administrators and colleagues (e.g., leadership of Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education, Office of Student Life, etc.).

F. Represents Campus Ministry in activities both on- and off-campus.

  1. Ensures representation, either in person or through the appropriate delegate, at New Student Orientations, Parent Weekends, and similar events.
  2. Determines appropriate venues for Campus Ministry's presence.
  3. Performs other related duties as assigned.


  1. Masters Degree in Divinity, Theology or related field at minimum; terminal degree (Ph.D or D.Min.) preferred.
  2. 5+ years relevant ministerial experience.
  3. Roman Catholic with well-integrated Christian faith and ability to help students envision and practice a vibrant faith that does justice.
  4. Knowledge and experience working with Ignatian Spirituality, Discernment, and the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
  5. Close familiarity with the Jesuit educational tradition preferred.
  6. 5+ years experience in program administration, leading/supervising groups and individuals in managerial contexts, budget oversight.
  7. Significant experience in adult staff supervision.
  8. Strong organizational skills, with experience in strategic planning, developing, implementing and evaluating programs.
  9. Commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence.
  10. Demonstrated competence in multicultural, ecumenical, and interfaith issues.
  11. Understanding of spiritual/religious development stages for contemporary young adults and the capacity to implement programs to meet these spiritual developmental aspirations.
  12. Confidence in interacting with academic culture.
  13. Ability to earn credibility with faculty, staff, and students.
  14. Excellent communication skills in multiple settings and contexts.
  15. Availability for regular evening and weekend work.
  16. Ability to embrace and persuasively articulate the Jesuit, Catholic mission, vision, and values of Santa Clara University. 




Website: Campus Ministry
Contact Information:

Review of applications will begin February 21, 2014. Applicants should submit a current CV, a letter of interest that addresses administrative and pastoral skills and experiences, and the names of three references (with full contact information). Inquiries and nominations are welcome, please submit these to jsalim@scu.edu. Anticipated start date for the position is July 1, 2014.

The successful candidate will be offered a multi-year contract and a competitive salary based on experience. To apply, please visit: http://scu.edu/hr/careers/staff.cfm?id=4006.

Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity and inclusion, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability. Santa Clara University annually collects information about campus crimes and other reportable incidents in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. To view the Santa Clara University report, please go to the Campus Safety Services website at http://www.scu.edu/cs/. To request a paper copy please call Campus Safety at (408) 554-4441. The report includes the type of crime, venue, and number of occurrences.



SHC: Vice President for Advancement

Please click on Job Description link via http://www.shc.edu/jobs for full information about this position announcement.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Website: Advancement


SHC: Vice President for Advancement



Founded in 1830, Spring Hill College has provided a private, liberal arts education in the Jesuit tradition for almost two centuries. Located in Mobile, Alabama, Spring Hill is the oldest Catholic college in the Southeast and the third oldest Jesuit college in the United States. The College serves more than 1,300 students from all religious denominations, with more than half of the student body coming from outside the state of Alabama. Students enjoy campus life by participating in varsity/intramural sports or one of the more than 50 clubs and organizations that focus on academic interests, honor societies, performing arts, and Greek life. Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Spring Hill offers 49 undergraduate majors and areas of concentration. Over the last 12 years, the College has invested more than $100 million in capital improvements, including a new library, three new residence halls, and a new LEED-certified student center. Spring Hill College is consistently ranked among the top 20 Southern colleges and universities by US News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges.” For more information about the College, please visit www.shc.edu.

Spring Hill College is currently seeking an experienced fundraiser to serve as the new Vice President for Advancement. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and working closely with the President on development objectives, the new Vice President will serve as the primary staff liaison to the Board of Trustees’ Development Committee. The College manages an endowment of about $20 million and is currently raising approximately $5 million a year. Planning for a comprehensive campaign is under way. The new Vice President will work to engage the alumni, parents of students, corporations and foundations, and community members in helping to build support of the College’s initiatives. Approximately 25% of Spring Hill’s 11,500 alumni contribute to the College annually. Alumni Chapters are established in 12 cities across the United States and help to strengthen the relationships alumni have with the College. Additionally, the Spring Hill College National Alumni Association Board, which is made up of 44 graduates, hosts fundraising events in different cities every year.

The new Vice President will provide leadership for the advancement division, including development, alumni relations, communications and marketing, and development services. The successful candidate should be collaborative and have strong written and verbal communication skills. Strategic planning and staff leadership experience, as well as a proven track record of major gift fundraising, is required. The new Vice President must stay abreast of best practices to enhance the advancement division’s success in providing unrestricted and budget supporting gifts for operations, current and estate planned gifts to build endowment, gifts and grants that can underwrite new and expanded academic programs, capital gifts to construct and maintain the campus’s physical facilities, and other projects as assigned. A bachelor’s degree is required, while an advanced degree is preferred. The successful candidate does not have to be Catholic, but must fully support the College’s mission, which aims at helping students become engaged in learning, faith, justice, and service for life.

Location: Spring Hill College is located on a 400-acre site in Mobile, Alabama, and features a naturally landscaped campus with huge oak trees, azalea-lined walkways, and an 18-hole golf course. Situated on the Gulf Coast, the Mobile Bay area is home to more than 540,000 residents and combines Southern beauty and charm with the advantages of a fast-growing metropolitan area. The Gulf Coast is famous for its beautiful white-sand beaches, endless outdoor activities, and relaxing friendly atmosphere. With more than 300 years of history and tradition, Mobile offers charm, excellent restaurants, and great shopping. The area provides an array of cultural influences with its mixed French, Spanish, British, African, Creole, and Catholic heritage, distinguishing it from all other cities in the state of Alabama.

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Website: Advancement
Contact Information:

Application: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume only to RPA Inc. at SHCvpa@rpainc.org. For a confidential discussion about this opportunity or to make a nomination, please call Dr. Paul Hartman, Senior Consultant, at 765-720-5777 or Brandy Collins, Director for Executive Recruitment, at 800-992-9277. The first review of candidates will begin April 7, 2014, and first round interviews will commence shortly thereafter. Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



USF: University of San Francisco: Program Assistant IV Environmental Science / Studies

Under the general supervision of the Associate Dean for Sciences and under the direction of the department chair/program directors, the Program Assistant IV (full-time) will provide full-time secretarial support services to the Department of Environmental Science and related programs. Performs various secretarial and administrative support duties for full- and part-time faculty.


  • Organizes work and sets priorities, and manages department Office under the general guidance of the department chair.
  • Helps create warm, welcoming environment and assists faculty, students,staff and other visitors to the office. 
  • Acts as a resource person/liaison between and among faculty, students, and the University community, as well as members of the public.
  • Receives and screens a variety of calls.
  • Takes information, answers inquiries, provides information using knowledge of University, College and Department/Program academic policies and procedures. 
  • Creates and develops new office work procedures to increase efficiency, maintenance of confidentiality, or work flow using knowledge of operations and creative problem solving techniques; designs new forms, as appropriate, to implement changes. 
  • Handles confidential,sensitive materials relating to faculty, student and other issues. – Provides administrative support for professional and scholarly activities of the faculty. 
  • Hires, trains and supervises student assistant(s). 
  • Creates or inputs, revises, stores, retrieves, edits and prints a variety of (sometimes confidential) documents, reports, or records using word processing software on microcomputer equipment. Prepares and does minor editing of manuscripts (e.g., technical manuscripts, those written in a foreign language), reports, grant proposals, catalog copy, meeting minutes, class schedules, tests, and course syllabi and manuals, as well as routine Program correspondence.
  • Sets up, maintains and revises record-keeping procedures and files as appropriate for the Department/Program.
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Other Responsibilities:
  • Must be able to work independently without close supervision and as a member of a team.
  • Ability to handle diverse situations and meet demanding deadlines.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills including correct use of grammar, spelling and punctuation.
  • Knowledge of standard office procedures and functions.
  • Must be able to deal with faculty, students, staff, academic community and the public with tact, discretion, and courtesy; contribute to professional environment.
  • Experience in student services/student advising preferred.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to word process with speed and accuracy.
  • Must be flexible and readily adaptable to change, have good organizational skills and be able to prioritize masses of detail.
  • Must have or quickly develop an understanding of academic policy and administrative operations.
  • Ability to use desktop publishing software and equipment to design and produce high-quality publications preferred.
  • Previous experience in an educational, multicultural setting preferred.
  • Must have, or quickly develop, understanding of academic policy and administrative operations as well as credible stature with members of the academic community and public.
  • Additional Duties as assigned.

  • Post high school education preferred
  • Four years of increasingly responsible experience in administrative support work or related education, including at least two years in a senior administrative support role.




Website: Arts & Sciences
Contact Information:

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com.

EEO Policy: The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.



USF: University of San Francisco: Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management

The University of San Francisco, a Jesuit Catholic university, is searching for an innovative and dedicated individual to assume the newly created position of Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management. The candidate provides vision and leadership to the University in all areas of Strategic Enrollment Management including overseeing the offices of Admission, Financial Aid and Enrollment Services, and Registrar while guided by the University’s Mission, Vision and Values. The successful candidate will have a broad understanding of the competitive challenges, technological opportunities, and cutting-edge enrollment management practices in this rapidly changing higher education landscape. The University is looking for an individual who will lead with creativity, dynamism, integrity, inclusiveness, sound judgment, wisdom and energy, engendering a team approach. The Vice Provost will partner with the deans of the schools and colleges and other University leaders in developing successful and integrative enrollment management approaches that aligns University goals, priorities and aspirations. The Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management will be a leader who can motivate and manage staff committed to academic excellence, and who can develop and implement innovative and state-of-the-art enrollment and retention strategies to involve the entire university community She/he will support the development of a comprehensive, high-quality, data driven, and evidence-based strategic enrollment program for a global university that serves domestic and international students through undergraduate and graduate programs offered at the main Hilltop campus (in the heart of San Francisco), three additional sites in San Francisco, five locations throughout California, and online. The Vice Provost reports directly to the Provost and serves as a member of the Provost’s Council and the University’s Leadership Team.

The University of San Francisco is recognized nationally and internationally as a leading Jesuit Catholic, urban university with a global perspective. Established as San Francisco’s first institution of higher education in 1855, the University is deeply embedded in the city of San Francisco. The University serves approximately 10,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students in Arts and Sciences, Education, Law, Management, and Nursing and Health Professions. 


The Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management will be expected to

  • Develop, articulate and implement a dynamic, anticipatory, forward-looking, thoughtful and comprehensive strategic enrollment management plan that aligns with the University’s strategic initiatives ensuring a strong link between student demand, university-wide priorities and financial planning.
  • Ensure the delivery of quality, student-oriented financial aid and enrollment services by developing and implementing efficient, effective, and integrated policies, procedures and systems.
  • Build and maintain strong, collaborative and facilitative relationships with leadership across the University, working collegially with the Provost and members of the Provost’s Council, the Leadership Team, faculty, and others to develop and implement short- and long-term enrollment plans including outreach to potential students, program marketing, student satisfaction, etc.
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of the University’s comprehensive strategic enrollment processes including market research and segmentation, performance marketing, promotional strategies, recruitment tactics, admission practices, and enrollment advising to meet the University’s enrollment goals.
  • Continue to increase academic quality in the incoming classes; growing enrollments in specific undergraduate and graduate programs, branches, and online; growing geographic diversity; growing socio-economic and racial/ethnic diversity; and, managing the discount rate.
  • Establish strategic direction, priorities and goals for the overall strategic enrollment management unit making data-informed proposals and decisions and linking budgets and expenditures to measurable outcomes while seeking both standard and creative ways to achieve enrollment goals.
  • Work with other members of the University leadership to envision and strengthen a future centralized admissions office that recruits new undergraduate, graduate, transfer, online, branch, and international students while fostering a culture of openness and inclusion.
  • Utilize technology and innovation to enhance enrollment and admissions/recruitment processes and deliver enrollment and registration services in a manner that reinforces efforts to recruit and retain students.
  • Work collaboratively with the Center for Institutional Planning and Effectiveness (CIPE) to research, analyze, and produce regular business intelligence reports on the University's enrollment and retention data and student characteristics and develop action plans to increase/correct those trends.
  • Ensure compliance with federal and state laws, regulations and guidelines and external reporting requirements.
  • Recommend and implement techniques and strategies to improve department policies, practices, budget forecasting, and communications to increase efficiency and access to services.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • An understanding and commitment to promote the Mission of the University as a Jesuit Catholic, urban, private institution that strives to provide a global perspective that educates leaders who will fashion a more humane and just world.
  • Master's degree in relevant field is required. Doctorate is preferred.
  • Seven or more years of progressively responsible leadership and experience working in Strategic Enrollment Management. 
  • A breadth of experience in multiple data-based student and enrollment service areas and a strong understanding of the use of current and emerging technologies, techniques and strategies including the optimization of CRM, performance marketing, search optimization, lead acquisition, social media, etc.
  • Ability to provide strong leadership while engendering trust and exhibiting excellence and transparency. 
  • Ability to engage staff in building on past successes while fostering change
  • Knowledge of national and international trends and developments in recruitment, admissions, retention, financial aid, and a commitment to outcomes, assessment, modeling and strategic planning. 
  • Outstanding oral, written and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to listen and collaborate with diverse audiences and acting as a team player in support of the University.
  • Experience and success at leading change across a complex organization.
  • Skills in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with students, staff, faculty, and the public.
  • Commitment to an organizational culture marked by trust, integrity, ethics, inclusiveness, professionalism, and respect for diversity in all its forms.




Contact Information:

The University has partnered with Scott Healy & Associates in managing and overseeing the search process. All applications and nominations must be sent to:

Scott Healy & Associates
Attn: Dr. Scott F. Healy, President
Email: scott@scotthealy.com

Candidates must apply electronically. Submit a cover letter outlining your experiences and success in the areas listed above; a current, complete, and updated resume; and a list of five professional references with title, phone number(s), and e-mail address. Applications received by March 7, 2014, will receive priority consideration. The search will remain open until the position is filled.

The University of San Francisco (www.usfca.edu) is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to affirmative action and to excellence through diversity.



USF: University of San Francisco: Director of Women in Leadership and Philanthropy

Recognizing that purposeful engagement of women, broader volunteer leadership and philanthropic practices are essential to the university’s long term success, the University of San Francisco launched Women in Leadership and Philanthropy (WILP) in 2012. Several factors now converge to further this opportunity to effect change, including the upcoming 50th anniversary of the acceptance of women at USF, establishment of the Lone Mountain Heritage Circle ( a giving group for Lone Mountain alumnae), extraordinary support of academic and administrative leadership, expansion of the Office of Development, and an upcoming comprehensive campaign, the largest in university history.

As of June 2013, WILP achieved several significant milestones, including creation of a case for support, formation of a university-wide staff planning team, and recruitment of female trustees to lead an advisory committee. In July 2013, development staff engaged OAI consulting led by Kathleen Loehr to complete a broad based assessment and alumnae stakeholder survey, the results of which confirmed a strong, untapped desire for higher levels of engagement with USF. The Board of Trustees subsequently ratified the initial strategic plan for WILP and formally adopted the advisory committee as a sub-committee of the Board of Trustees in December 2013.

Based on this momentum, the university is now poised to hire its inaugural Director of Women in Leadership and Philanthropy. Working closely with the Office of the President, Provost, Vice President of Development, as well as other senior leaders at the university, and with an overall charge of broadening the development culture at USF to grow alumnae giving, the Director will manage an intentional strategy to encourage USF alumnae stakeholders to step into their engagement, leadership and philanthropic potential. This position is full-time.


The Director will be responsible for the strategic development and coordination of Women in Leadership and Philanthropy and for the integration and sustainability of this program across the Development Department and the university. The Director will execute a strategic plan to reconnect alumnae with each other and with the university, provide meaningful engagement opportunities and advance women into volunteer leadership roles.

  • Provide primary staff support for the WILP Advisory Committee, including volunteer management of working groups, creation of job descriptions, meeting preparation and trustee briefings. Maintain regular contact with members to ensure continued growth and productivity of the committee.
  • Implement the recommendations of the WILP strategic plan approved by the Board of Trustees in December 2013.
  • Develop first two advisory committee working groups 1) volunteer leadership 2) annual symposium
  • Plan and execute an annual symposium to attract a wide audience of USF alumnae, friends and donors.
  • Identify sustainable engagement opportunities currently in place throughout USF colleges and programs and develop ways to connect alumnae. Tap into faculty, students and staff to help create these opportunities.
  • Build a pipeline of volunteers and prospects, with particular emphasis on identifying women capable of serving in key leadership roles and as key philanthropists in the upcoming campaign.
  • Work with Development Communications team to create a marketing platform, including a website, e-newsletter and collateral materials.
  • Create visibility for Women in Leadership and Philanthropy among Bay Area entities through personal networking and relationship building.
  • Develop metrics to evaluate the success of WILP in years 1-3.
  • Develop a multi-year budget for WILP.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree with a preference for candidates who have advanced degrees.
  • A minimum of 10 years of progressive and successful management experience (or an equivalent amount of combined education and experience).
  • Demonstrated success in major gift fundraising and the ability to cultivate high net worth donors.
  • Skilled collaborator who is able to inspire and leverage broad support and participation in order to produce results.
  • Stellar relationship building skills and ability to build rapport with internal and external stakeholders around innovative ideas and programs.
  • Excellent negotiation skills.
  • Ability to be opportunistic in order to achieve goals.
  • Ability to work well under deadline and to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to establish and achieve quantified objectives.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Valid driver’s license.

Other Responsibilities:
  • Self-starter with discipline in establishing and meeting personal and team goals.
  • Mission-driven and identifies with the Jesuit principles and goals of USF.
  • Skilled relationship builder; possesses a high degree of emotional intelligence, diplomacy and self-awareness.
  • Strong communication, organization and strategic thinking skills.
  • Creative, hardworking and committed to successful fundraising.
  • Highly attentive to detail.
  • Collaborative and transparent with ability to make independent decisions when appropriate.



Website: Development
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To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com.

EEO Policy: The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.



UOS: Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs




Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Scranton, Pennsylvania


The University of Scranton, a private, coeducational, Catholic, Jesuit institution in Scranton, Pennsylvania, seeks an outstanding academic leader to serve as Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. As the chief academic officer, the new Provost will play a pivotal role in setting and achieving the academic vision for the University within the rich tradition of Catholic and Jesuit education.
Founded in 1888 and celebrating its 125th year, the University of Scranton is known for outstanding academic quality, a beautiful and technology-rich campus, the nurturing approach of its dedicated faculty and staff, and its exceptional, welcoming community. Nestled in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Northeast region, Scranton offers 61 Bachelor’s degree programs, 45 minors, 24 Master’s degree programs and a Doctor of Physical Therapy program through its four colleges. Undergraduate enrollment is 3,942 with total enrollment at 5,633 distributed amongst the College of Arts and Sciences (1,667), the College of Graduate and Continuing Education (1,854), Arthur J. Kania School of Management (811), and J.A. Panuska, S.J., College of Professional Studies (1,301).
Scranton is animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share in its way of proceeding. The University is a community dedicated to freedom of inquiry and personal development fundamental to the growth in wisdom and integrity of all who share its life. Seeking to provide a superior, transformational learning experience, Scranton aims to foster students who, in the words of Jesuit founder St. Ignatius Loyola, will “set the world on fire.”
Reporting directly to the President, and as a key member of the President’s Cabinet, the Provost will be instrumental in leading Scranton in its academic mission to further its reputation as a top tier Master’s-level, Jesuit university. As chief academic officer, the Provost will work with deans and faculty to develop advancements to the curriculum and oversee the academic programming of the four colleges. The Provost will oversee the library, student affairs, mission and ministry as well as several other offices that support the academic mission of the institution. To be successful, the new Provost must possess a background as both a distinguished scholar and an accomplished administrator, and be able to work collaboratively with the faculty and administration to set academic priorities, ensure excellence and refine the foundational academic vision and plan that underlie Scranton’s position as a top Master’s-level Catholic and Jesuit institution. The Provost will shepherd a culture of trust, mutual respect and transparency among administration, faculty, staff, and students; ensure good standing with the Middle States Commission of Higher Education and the numerous other agencies that accredit University programs. The Provost will work with the offices of Student Affairs and University Mission and Ministry to enhance the transformative experience of the students as part of the Catholic and Jesuit mission and see that this is marketed as a point of distinction. The Provost will recruit, retain, and develop an increasingly distinguished faculty that support the academic strategy, and promote diversity and inclusion in the Scranton community.
The University of Scranton has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in this search. Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process. Applicants should send the following separate documents to 4979@imsearch.com: a detailed letter of application, a curriculum vitae, and a list of at least eight references including complete contact information and a description of the relationship to the applicant. Electronic submission of applications and correspondence is strongly preferred. Inquiries and nominations can be submitted to the same e-mail address or to the search firm representatives at the address or phone number listed: Julie Filizetti, Daniel Rodas, Leslie McCarthy, Isaacson, Miller, 1000 Sansome Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94111, Phone: 415.655.4900, Fax: 415.655.4905
The University of Scranton is, by tradition and choice, a Catholic and Jesuit university. The successful candidate will have an understanding of and commitment to the goals of Jesuit education. The University’s full mission statement can be found at www.scranton.edu/mission. The University is committed to developing a diverse faculty, staff and student body and to modeling an inclusive campus community which values the expression of differences in ways that promote excellence in teaching, learning, personal development and institutional success. In keeping with this commitment, the University welcomes applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds. The University of Scranton is an AA/EOE Employer/Educator. Minority persons, women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

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JCU: Assistant Provost for Diversity

John Carroll University is continuing its search for candidates for Assistant Provost for Diversity and seeks nominations and applications for the position.


Established in 1886, John Carroll University is a private, co-educational, Catholic and Jesuit university providing programs in the liberal arts, sciences and business at the undergraduate level and in selected areas at the master’s level.  The University is located in University Heights, an eastern suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, and consists of two schools:  the College of Arts and Sciences and the John M. and Mary Jo Boler School of Business.  The University supports a full-time faculty of 202 and enrolls approximately 3,000 undergraduate and 650 graduate students.


John Carroll is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the U.S. and one of 500 Jesuit educational institutions worldwide.  In the 2013 U.S. News & World Report annual guide, “America’s Best Colleges,” John Carroll University ranked seventh overall and third among Midwestern – Master’s I institutions in retention and average graduation rates, third in faculty commitment to undergraduate teaching, and was sixth on the “Great Schools, Great Prices” list.  The University has achieved similarly high rankings for 24 consecutive years.  More information about the university and a copy of the leadership statement may be found at www.jcu.edu.   


True to its vision and mission, the University is dedicated to graduating individuals of intellect and character who lead and serve by engaging the world around them and around the globe.  John Carroll University strives to create an environment of inquiry, a rigorous approach to scholarship, a culture of service, a campus committed to social justice, and an inclusive community where differing points of view and experiences are valued as opportunities for mutual learning.  The university has recently created a new position, Assistant Provost for Diversity, to strengthen its commitment to inclusive excellence by promoting the integration of diversity and quality throughout the institution, reinforcing a central commitment to diversity and inclusion, and implementing a core diversity and inclusion strategy with accountability for results.


The Assistant Provost for Diversity reports to the Provost and Academic Vice President and participates regularly with the members of the President’s Cabinet.  This position works collaboratively through many constituents and structures to move the strategic agenda forward.  The ideal candidate will demonstrate significant achievements in diversity-related work, ability to formulate and implement innovative ideas and best practices, strategic planning skills, a collaborative leadership style, experience leading and facilitating organizational change, and the communication and interpersonal skills to forge productive working relationships with a broad range of constituencies.   A terminal degree from an accredited institution, teaching experience, and understanding of the Catholic, Jesuit mission in higher education are essential.


Review of applications will begin in February 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.  Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae, a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Statement, official transcript(s) of the highest graduate-level degree received, and the names and contact information of five references.  References will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates.  Nominations, expressions of interest, or requests for the leadership statement should be sent electronically via e-mail to Lucy Leske, the Witt/Kieffer consultant assisting the university with this search, at JCUDiversity@wittkieffer.com.


John Carroll University values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.








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JCU: Provost and Academic Vice President

John Carroll University seeks dynamic, experienced, visionary candidates for the position of Provost and Academic Vice President (AVP). As chief academic officer, the Provost/AVP is responsible for all programs and people focused on academic excellence and student learning, including curricula, co-curricula, and service learning. The candidate will serve in a critical leadership role as the institution continues to develop an ambitious strategic plan guided by a set of initiatives that build on the University’s strengths. The candidate will lead efforts to: continually advance high quality instruction and learning; develop new academic programs; build upon strong student retention and student academic support; provide ongoing support for faculty as teacher-scholars; foster a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff dedicated to advancing the institution’s mission, vision, and core values; and strengthen the culture of philanthropy during the current $100 million capital campaign. 


One of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the U.S. and 500 Jesuit educational institutions worldwide, John Carroll University is committed to inspiring individuals to excel in learning, leadership, and service in the region and in the world. Established in 1886 and located in the eastern Cleveland suburb of University Heights, Ohio, John Carroll is a private, co-educational, Catholic and Jesuit university that offers programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and business at the undergraduate level and in selected areas at the master’s level. It consists of two schools, the College of Arts and Sciences and the John M. and Mary Jo Boler School of Business. The University supports a full-time faculty of 196 and enrolls approximately 3,000 undergraduate and 650 graduate students. 


In the 2014 “Best Colleges” edition of U.S. News & World Report, John Carroll University ranks seventh overall among Midwestern Master’s I institutions – the twenty-fifth consecutive year that JCU has been named one of the region’s top ten institutions in this category. Moreover, among regional universities JCU ranks first for a “Strong Commitment to Undergraduate Teaching,” third in retention and average graduation rates, and fifth on the “Great Schools, Great Prices” list. More information about the University is available at www.jcu.edu.   


The new Provost/AVP will advance the institution’s pursuit of academic excellence, cultivate strong and long-lasting partnerships with the campus community, nurture a culture of continuous improvement, build upon mechanisms designed to ensure student success, and work collaboratively with the other members of the President’s senior leadership team to coordinate cross-divisional projects. Key individuals who report to the Provost/AVP include: the assistant provost for institutional effectiveness and the assistant provost for diversity; the associate academic vice presidents and the academic deans; the library director; and the directors of the University’s academic centers, initiatives, and academic administrative units. 


The candidate will demonstrate a record of proven success as a senior academic affairs leader. Direct experience supervising and evaluating faculty and staff, as well as managing multiple units and budget in a school or division within an institution of higher education, are essential. The candidate will have experience launching and overseeing meaningful initiatives that enhance academic excellence, and must provide evidence of a commitment to building and sustaining a diverse, inclusive environment. Academic credentials and a record as a teacher-scholar sufficient to merit tenure at the rank of full professor in an academic department at JCU are required.  


Review of applications will begin February 15, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.  Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae, a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Statement, and the names and contact information of five references. References will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates. Nominations, expressions of interest, and requests for the full leadership profile should be sent electronically via e-mail to Lucy Leske and Jane Courson, the Witt/Kieffer consultants assisting the University with this search, at JCUProvost@wittkieffer.com.


John Carroll University values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.








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USF: University of San Francisco: Director of Assessment of Learning

The Director of Assessment of Learning (full-time) at the University of San Francisco (USF) plays a key role in evaluating and enhancing the quality of student education across the diverse programs offered by the School of Management. The Director ensures that evidence-based decision making plays a leading role in continuous improvement in the curriculum, through coordinating the School’s assurance of learning plans and activities across programs. The Director supports and advises faculty who must devise and employ student learning assessment that delivers actionable feedback and insights. These assessment activities inform faculty’s documented and tangible programmatic or curricular changes that improve student learning. In addition, the Direction manages administrative activities required to create and execute high quality student learning assurance plans consistent with the standards of the University and its accrediting bodies. Through this work, the Director advocates continuous quality improvements for existing and new programs, with primary responsibility coordinating teacher development initiatives in the School and with the University’s Center for Teaching Excellence.


Assurance of Learning Management

  • Train and support faculty as they develop, implement and interpret student learning assessments
  • Deliver training on university and School processes for assurance of learning
  • Advise faculty on how to most effectively perform learning assurance activities
  • Bring assurance of learning concepts to adjunct faculty
  • Identify and disseminate techniques to make assurance of learning activities enjoyable and productive for faculty
  • Review faculty-written assurance of learning plans and reports
  • Assist faculty in identifying and documenting effective ways to use assurance of learning results to enhance education
  • Sustain, enhance and manage systematic processes for assurance of learning
  • Ensure that assessment-based continuous improvement is performed routinely in all programs
  • Ensure delivery of high-quality insights into student learning

Calendar assurance of learning activities and due dates

  • Monitor completeness and effectiveness of faculty assurance of learning efforts
  • Maintain high quality institutional archive of assurance of learning documentation
  • Perform tracking, evaluation, and reporting of assurance of learning activities to internal and external audiences, including accreditation bodies
  • Represent the School of Management in university and inter-school committees related to assurance of learning
  • Identify and support activities that contribute to educational quality that are not currently being measured or managed
  • Assist department chairs and program directors in their efforts to evaluate the effectiveness and quality of existing programs and courses
  • Advise on proposals for new programs and courses
  • Coordinate activities to improve teaching and learning
  • Coordinate workshops and trainings to assist faculty in improving teaching and enhancing learning
  • Liaise with the Center for Teaching Excellence
  • Represent the School of Management in university and inter-school committees related to teaching and learning
  • Occasionally supervise staff or student workers as needed.

Other duties as required.


College degree required. Master’s preferred. Training and/or experience equivalent to a minimum of four to seven years of responsible professional work. Prior experience with assurance of learning in an academic environment strongly preferred. Knowledge of curriculum development and modern learning theory preferred. Ability to work collaboratively and build organizational capability. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Able to maintain effective relationships in a diverse community. Strong verbal and written communications skills. Ability to identify, plan, and manage projects to achieve objectives. Attention to detail. Ability to gather information and data and effectively present findings. Understanding of principles of quality management and documentation. Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel. Demonstrated commitment to excellence.




Website: School of Management
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To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com.

EEO Policy: The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.



JCU: President

Mercy College of Ohio invites applications and nominations for its next President.

Located in Toledo, Ohio, Mercy College is a Catholic, undergraduate institution of higher education. Mercy College was founded by the Sisters of Mercy and is sponsored by Catholic Health Partners, one of the nation’s largest and most respected healthcare systems. Incorporated in 1992, Mercy College offers bachelor degrees, associate degrees and certificate programs for a wide range of health related disciplines including Nursing, Medical Imaging, Human Biology, Healthcare Administration, Cardiovascular Technology, Medical Coding, Emergency Medical Technician, Ophthalmic Technology, Poloysomnography and General Studies.

The President of Mercy College reports to the College Board of Trustees and the President/CEO, Mercy Northern Region, who is also a member of Mercy College’s Board of Trustees. The President is the Chief Executive Officer of the College and assumes overall responsibility for all aspects of the College and is responsible for providing the oversight and leadership for the College, and assures the College meets and exceeds the required accreditation standards.

The new president will be someone who can work with the faculty, staff and CHP partners in creating a vision and moving Mercy College forward as a progressive institution of higher education that will be appropriately positioned to meet the education and workforce needs of its immediate community and of Catholic Health Partners, particularly the entities within the State of Ohio and surrounding geographical areas.

The ideal candidate will have: an earned doctoral/terminal degree, preferably related to a discipline represented in the College and/or in higher education leadership; background and knowledge in healthcare education and practice; thorough knowledge of the rules and regulations of state authorizing bodies and accrediting institutions; demonstrated success working in complex, diverse organizations; and finally, experience in strategic planning, financial management and program development.

For more information on this opportunity, including a full position specification, please visit www.wittkieffer.com.

Inquiries, nominations and applications are invited. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. For fullest consideration, applicant materials should be received by March 7th, 2014. Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae, a letter of application, and the names and contact information of five references. References will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates. These materials should be sent electronically via e-mail to the Mercy College’s consultants Oliver B. Tomlin, Howard T. Jessamy and Donna M. Padilla at MercyCollegePresident@wittkieffer.com.

Mercy College and Catholic Health Partners value diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.








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CAC: Assistant Coaches for Men's Hockey
Canisius College, a member of the Atlantic Hockey Association, invites interested and qualified persons to apply for two Assistant Coach positions for the Men’s NCAA Division One Ice Hockey program. Assistant Coaches are full-time, exempt positions reporting directly to the Head Coach for Men’s Hockey. Assistant coaches ensure the Canisius hockey program is administered with constant commitment to compliance with all institutional, conference and NCAA rules and regulations.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Recruitment and development of talented, well prepared student-athletes who are committed and engaged academically, athletically and socially. Additional areas of responsibilities include, NCAA initial eligibility clearinghouse coordinator, admissions, freshman orientation, video analysis, team travel coordinator, campus and community involvement, NCAA compliance, equipment, practices and games, and housing coordinator. Other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree; coaching and playing experience preferred; candidate should possess an excellent work ethic, strong communication skills; previous experience supervising, communicating with, and instructing student-athletes; player assessment skills; candidate should possess a commitment to diversity and ability to work with a diverse population of student-athletes, parents, coaches, and administrators. Preferences: Coaching and recruiting at the Division I level; knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations. Experience at the college or professional level.
Website: Athletics
Contact Information: To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references by April 25, 2014 to Dave Smith, Head Coach Men’s Hockey at hr.recruiter@canisius.edu (please put HOCKEY in the subject line of your email) or Human Resources, 2001 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14208. Canisius College is an independent, co-educational, medium sized institution of higher education conducted in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition. Minority candidates strongly encouraged to apply. Canisius College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. GoGriffs.com 4/14

USF: SFTR Assistant Director of Recruitment, Admissions and Community Partnerships


SFTR Assistant Director of Recruitment, Admissions and Community Partnerships

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Education

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

The San Francisco Teacher Residency (SFTR) is a partnership between the University of San Francisco, Stanford University, the San Francisco Unified School District, and the United Educators of San Francisco, that recruits, prepares, and supports teachers for SFUSD’s hard-to-staff schools and subjects.

SFTR is seeking a full-time Assistant Director whose responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Job Responsibilities:

• Coordinate development of promotional material and marketing tools including brochures, flyers, social media presence, and online advertising;

• Maintain and update program website and social media sites;

• Lead the development and monitor implementation of the program’s recruitment strategy, including coordinating and/or attending recruitment events;

• Support potential residents through the application process; communicate with applicants and interested candidates over the phone, through webinars, at info sessions, etc.;

• Track applications using online database management system;

• Coordinate admissions processes, including develop and/or revise materials, rubrics, and structures for paper screening and Interview Day;

• Develop and maintain relationships with community partners in order to 1) support increased number and greater diversity of applicants and 2) cultivate potential learning opportunities for residents;

• Participate and give presentations as needed at SFTR’s bi-monthly planning meetings and quarterly Advisory Board meetings;

• Providing general operational assistance for SFTR including assisting with program communication and event coordination/planning

• Maintaining all records including tracking residents as they progress through the program; collecting and recording eligibility requirements, evaluation materials, resident timesheets; and recording progress towards meeting credential requirements; archiving documents.

• Work in collaboration with USF Finance Department, USF Teacher Education Program, and Stanford Teacher Education Program to assure that university procedures and timelines are being followed;

• Assist in the collection and reporting of data for other required documents and reports;

• Supervise interns, work study students, and other administrative staff as needed;

• Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• B.A. required, Master’s preferred

• Experience working with youth preferred, ideally in a K-12 school setting

• Excellent written and oral communication skills

• Able to build strong interpersonal relationships with diverse people

• Strong computer skills using Microsoft Word and Excel, Google Docs, MailChimp, social media, and online database programs

• Ability to work individually and as part of a team

• Ability to see the big picture and be detail-oriented

• Ability to manage time effectively and meet deadlines with a wide array of responsibilities

• Valid driver’s license



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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SCU: Resident Director


Resident Director

Santa Clara University



Reporting to the Director of Residence Life, each Resident Director works collaboratively as part of the Leadership Team of a Residential Learning Community (RLC). The Leadership Team of each RLC consists of a Faculty Director(s), a Resident Minister(s), an Assistant Resident Director(s) and other community leaders. Depending on the RLC, the Leadership Team may include a Jesuit in Residence. Under the coordination of the Resident Director, the Leadership Team facilitates the development of a RLC by helping to create an environment that allows for the academic, social and spiritual growth of each student. In addition, the Resident Director serves in a collaborative role with Residence Life staff in overall program development.
Due to the live-in nature and high visibility of the position, it is essential that Resident Directors model the values of a Jesuit, Catholic university and demonstrate the Department of Residence Life’s commitment to the mission of Santa Clara University.
Position is a full-time, 12 month, three year fixed term position ending June 30, 2017 and requires flexibility of work hours, including work performed on weekends and evenings.

Department
Residential Learning Communities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
RLC Development
Work with RLC Leadership Team to:
1. Communicate, support and implement the philosophy and mission of the University and of the Residential Learning Community program.
2. Actively and collaboratively lead to create an environment which promotes citizenship, respect, growth, academic success, compassion, and inclusive excellence among residents, staff and faculty in the RLC.
3. Provide leadership, direction and support for residential education initiatives including responding to resident needs and coordinating co-curricular programming that promotes the theme of the RLC.
4. Work collaboratively with other University departments to provide residents with opportunities to enhance academic excellence, explore the spiritual component of their individual development, and cultivate a passion for learning both inside and outside of the classroom.
5. Effectively collaborate with one or two Faculty Directors to successfully implement six to seven summer orientation sessions to introduce new students to their respective RLC, Santa Clara community standards and facilitate a discussion based on the summer reading.
Community Development
1. Maintain a positive presence within the RLC by being visible and accessible to residents by role modeling responsible behavior, personal integrity and commitment to Jesuit philosophy of education of the whole person..
2. Develop and expand the impact and scope of Community Councils.
3. Serve as an advisor and resource for individual residents through personal consultation and conflict resolution.
4. Advise resident student leaders including, but not limited to, RLC Community Council and/or Residential Learning Community Association Executive Board, as assigned.
5. Educate residents about University emergency protocol and procedures.

Student Safety and Welfare
1. Serve as the primary University Judicial Hearing Officer for your RLC.
2. Communicate, administer and evaluate policies related to student life within the University and the RLC. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, adjudicating student conduct violations of students residing in your RLC in conjunction with the Office of Student Life and the recruitment, selection, advising and training of Peer Judicial Boards as assigned.
3. Exercise good judgment and ethical decision making, uphold University policies procedures and standards and initiate disciplinary procedures when appropriate.
4. Effectively respond to and manage emergency and/or crisis situations via participation in campus-wide duty coverage, as the second-level responder which requires evening and weekend availability, in addition to overseeing safety and duty procedures for your RLC.
5. Assist in the implementation of policies which protect and ensure the general welfare of the students.
Housing and Residence Life Operations
1. Communicate, support and implement the philosophy and mission of the University and the Offices of Housing and Residence Life.
2. Lead and coordinate, in conjunction with RLC Leadership Teams, the various Residence Life processes and committees including, but not limited to, professional and para-professional recruitment, selection and training.
3. Assist with coordination of all aspects of facilities management and assignment procedures within the RLC in partnership with the Office of Housing.
4. Oversee fiscal management of accounts.
5. Serve on University committees as assigned.
6. Coordinate residence halls tours sponsored by Undergraduate Admissions as assigned.

Provides Work Direction
Staff Supervision and Development
1. Supervise all RLC student staff members (1-2 Assistant Resident Directors, 6-12 Community Facilitators, One Head Desk Receptionist, 5-10 Desk Receptionists, etc.) through individual and group training and direction and formal and informal evaluation of effective job performance.
2. Foster staff unity and teamwork, motivate student staff and empower them to promote student growth and development.

Qualifications
Because of Santa Clara University’s commitment to Inclusive Excellence, it is vital that all candidates seeking employment not only be committed to, but also demonstrate skills, knowledge and awareness to serve the unique needs of our diverse campus community.

Knowledge
1. Comprehension of the Jesuit mission of the University, strategic initiatives, and major developmental issues of students at a highly selective, multicultural, residential university.
2. Knowledge of student development theory and philosophy of Residential Learning Community concepts.

Skills
1. Strong interpersonal skills required. Demonstrated ability to communicate professionally and effectively in both written and verbal form with a variety of stakeholders including, but not limited to, students, faculty, staff, parents, etc.

Abilities
1. Demonstrated ability to analyze and solve difficult problems and make well-reasoned and principled decisions on a variety of issues and situations.
2. Requires a high tolerance for ambiguity and extensive consultation to build consensus and to earn student, faculty and administrative support.
3. Ability to resolve conflicts utilizing counseling and arbitration skills.
4. Ability to handle crisis/emergency situations for entire residential campus. Must be able to respond to emergency situations including natural disasters.

Education and/or Experience
1. Master’s degree in Higher Education, Counseling, Organizational Leadership or a similar program required plus a minimum of 1-2 years post undergraduate residential life experience. Knowledge of housing programs essential. Professional experience preferred.
2. Experience working with housing assignments and facility related issues, including room changes, maintenance requests and administrative paperwork needed to manage various processes.
3. Experience adjudicating policy violations and an understanding of judicial philosophy.
4. Experience supervising others in a complex and dynamic environment.
5. Experience advising volunteer student groups.

Hiring Range
$46,631 - $53,839 per year

Open Until Filled
Yes

Special Instructions to Applicants
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.



To view the full job posting and apply for this position, go to
https://jobs.scu.edu

About Santa Clara University
Santa Clara University is a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in California’s Silicon Valley, offering its 8,800 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus master’s, Ph.D., and law degrees.
Distinguished by the highest retention rate and ranked second among all master’s universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report, Santa Clara University is California’s oldest operating institution of higher-education. The University is focused on creating an academic community that educates citizens and leaders who will build a more just, humane, and sustainable world.



Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity and inclusion, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability.
Santa Clara University annually collects information about campus crimes and other reportable incidents in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. To view the Santa Clara University report, please go to the Campus Safety Services website at http://www.scu.edu/cs/. To request a paper copy please call Campus Safety at (408) 554-4441. The report includes the type of crime, venue, and number of occurrences.



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UDM: Associate Dean for Enrollment Management and Communication

The University of Detroit Mercy invites applications for the position of Associate Dean for Enrollment Management and Communications at the School of Law. Founded in 1912, the School of Law is located in the heart of Detroit’s downtown, near state and federal courthouses, major law firms and government agencies. The School of Law’s innovative curriculum integrates theory, doctrine, and practice through its nationally-recognized Clinical Programs, Legal Writing Program and Law Firm Program. The School of Law places social justice and engagement in global affairs at the core of its educational missions. The School has an expanding dual degree program with the University of Windsor Faculty of Law as well as degree program with ITESM in Monterey, Mexico.  

As the  chief admissions and communication officer, this position reports directly to the Dean of the School of Law and works in a collaborative relationship with faculty and other departments within the school of law, alumni, and the legal community.  Key responsibilities of the position include providing the overall vision and administrative leadership in the admissions department, developing and implementing competitive marketing and recruitment strategies to strengthen the academic quality and diversity of the student body, and strategically leveraging resources to meet enrollment and retention goals in a competitive market.


Responsibilities of the position that must be met to perform the essentials functions of the job include:

1.      Work with senior administration to set enrollment objectives, establish and administer recruitment strategies, develop relationships with internal and external constituents, and serve at the School of Law’s representative in regional and national events on enrollment management.

2.      Develop enrollment and retention strategies to meet and exceed enrollment goals, including development of scholarship strategies designed to improve the School of Law’s profile of students.  Use predictive modeling to make data driven decisions in setting enrollment goals and scholarships, and develop systematic reviews to judge the efficacy of efforts in student enrollment efforts. 

3.      Supervise, train, mentor, and motivate admissions staff to meet and exceed enrollment goals, set priorities and manage work flow.

4.      Develop and implement marketing strategies from a data driven perspective. Use social media and information technology to improve recruitment, achieve enrollment goals, strengthen the applicant pool and increase yields. Identify, analyze, and respond to the market trends to renew or adapt to marketing strategies. Ensure effective and professional communications to prospects, applicants and admitted students.

5.      Work with the chair of the faculty committee to review and revise procedures for reviewing files and for attracting students.


This position requires a Juris Doctor and a proven track record of three (3) to five (5) years in law school admissions can substitute for Juris Doctorate or comparable experience.   As well as four (4) to seven (7) years demonstrated leadership in recruitment and enrollment management.


Commensurate with Experience


Website: School of Law
Contact Information:

To view the full listing and to apply please visit http://www.udmercy.edu/hr/jobs



CRU: Vice President of Information Technology

Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Operations the Vice President of Information Technology will guide the development and implementation of an IT strategy that will lead the institution into a new era, utilizing technology to support the ongoing effort to provide unparalleled learning opportunities in a mission-centered environment that nurtures, challenges, and inspires.


The Vice President of Information Technology (VP of IT) leads the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) and serves as a key member of the university leadership team. The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) supports Creighton University faculty, staff, and students in their use of information technology and technological resources across campus. DoIT is comprised of 75 full-time staff and has an annual budget of $13 million (operating and capital).

S/he will bring a strong strategic orientation and vision of how technology can successfully augment the academic mission and collegial community that characterizes Creighton University. The VP of IT will oversee the delivery of IT services and maintain a secure infrastructure to meet users’ needs, ensure a high level of customer satisfaction, create and take advantage of efficiencies in operations, and support innovation in scholarship, teaching, and learning.


- A Bachelor’s degree is required; a Master’s degree or higher in a relevant field or comparable professional experience is strongly preferred;

- Senior leadership experience in information technology, encompassing strategic planning, complex organizational structures, project planning, budgeting and management, and process transformation;

- An understanding of the spectrum of IT activities, including technology infrastructure, administrative systems, and academic and research computing;

- Knowledge of higher education environments, including an understand of educational operations, learning technologies, and emerging trends in technologies supporting the academic mission;

- The demonstrated disposition and commitment to collaborate; superb listening and influencing skills; the ability to cultivate trust and credibility with colleagues;

- Excellent communication skills, oral and written; the ability to convey technically complex information and concepts in accessible terms;

- Experience as a fair, respectful departmental leader and skilled administrator; proven ability to manage resources – human, financial, and physical – to maximize productivity and assure the highest quality work;

- Demonstrated capacity to develop the talents and expertise of staff so that they are able to assume expanded responsibilities; proven ability to recruit and retain well-qualified, high-performing professionals and empower them to succeed;

- Commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards;

- An appreciation of the mission of Creighton University.


Full time, 12 month position


Website: Information Technology
Contact Information:

Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process. Applicants should submit three documents: a detailed cover letter of application; an updated curriculum vita or résumé; and a list of at least eight references (including complete contact information and a description of the relationship to the applicant). Electronic submission of applications and correspondence is required. Please forward application materials to: 5030@imsearch.com. Inquiries and nominations can be submitted to the same e-mail address, or contact the search firm representatives listed below:

Vivian Brocard, Julie Filizetti, and Cati Mitchell

Isaacson, Miller

1000 Sansome Street, Suite 300

San Francisco, CA 94111

Phone: 415.655.4900



SJU: Residence Hall Manager

The Residence Hall Manager in collaboration with their Residential Area Manager, has primary responsibility for community development within their assigned residence hall(s). The Residence Hall Manager will select, train, and supervise student staff; advise residents on personal/academic concerns; provide support and referral to students in crisis; participate in on-call rotation; assist with administrative/programmatic components of comprehensive residence life program; collaborate with other staff and faculty to enhance student learning and to promote positive change.


Essential Duties:

• Manage, under the supervision of their Residential Area Manager, assigned residence hall(s) of 230-450 resident students.
• Train, supervise, and evaluate 7-14 Resident Assistants.
• Enforce and interpret University and Residence Life policies.
• Serve as judicial hearing officer to adjudicate violations of University policies.
• Rotate weekday, weekend, and University Holiday on- call duty with the other Residence Life Staff.
• Facilitate area programming and community development based on the departmental programming model and University-wide programs, lectures, and events.
• Effectively manage budget responsibilities.
• Assist with the coordination of and actively participate in Residence Life Staff selection, training, and evaluation, Housing Selection Process, daily office operations and special projects.
• Work closely with the entire Residence Life staff to ensure that the department is fulfilling its responsibility to provide a positive educational, social, cultural, and spiritual campus-living experience for all residents.
• In cooperation with the Housing & Operations staff, assess and actively manage the physical condition of the residence halls relative to their cleanliness and maintenance needs.
• Complete routine health and safety inspections.
• Keep accurate records of damages and fines for student billing.
• Develop and maintain a productive working relationship with the members of Facilities Management, Housekeeping, Dining Services, and the Student Life Team.
• Assist with and/or actively participate in summer projects: Summer Conferences,
• Summer School Housing, Summer Passport Program, Housing Assignments, Orientation, Revision of publications and staff manuals, planning of Fall Training, and other special projects.

 

Secondary Duties:

•    Work collaboratively with members of Student Life and others members of the University community to support the integration the Divisional Transformative Learning Goals and establishing a positive campus environment in which students excel academically, spiritually, and personally.
•    Attend professional seminars, and/or conferences relevant to the responsibilities of the position.  Participate in and contribute to the professional development efforts of the Office of Residence Life and the Division of Student Life.
•    Coordinate and/or actively participate in departmental projects, such as Living Learning, housing selection, programs and activities, Hawk Vision, staff training, etc.
•    Work respectfully with all staff, students, and parents regardless of their race, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, national origin, gender, age, or disability.
•    Communicate the Jesuit philosophy and University policies to the residential community, to parents, students, and personnel as appropriate.
•    Maintain a high degree of professionalism and serve as a positive role model to staff and student.
•    Serve on University and Student Life committees as necessary.
•    Other assigned duties.
 


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Minimum Qualifications (Education/Training and Experience Required):

• A bachelor’s degree and prior Residence Life or student leadership experience, 1 to 2 years at the undergraduate level.
• Successful background check clearance under Saint Joseph’s University’s “Minors on Campus Policy” (PA Criminal Records Check, FBI Fingerprinting Check and PA Child Abuse Clearance Check).

Preferred Qualifications:

• Successful candidates will also be student focused, have a collaborative work style, have an appreciation for the Jesuit mission of Saint Joseph’s University, and be committed to nurturing living learning communities within the residence halls.


Physical Requirements or Unusual Work Hours:

• Shared on-call duty rotation for evenings, weekends, and University holidays; significant evening hours in order to attend programs, training sessions, and meet with students.
• While employed in this position, you are required to live in one of the University’s residence halls. As such, included in your employment offer is the use of a furnished apartment in a residence hall with utilities and local telephone use paid by the University. In addition, a full university meal plan is available to you while the University is in session.

Salary:

$23,500-$25,500


Website: Office of Residence Life
Contact Information:

All applications must be submitted online. To view the full job description and apply, please visit jobs.sju.edu.



USF: Assistant Director-Center for the Pacific Rim


Assistant Director-Center for the Pacific Rim

University of San Francisco

Department: Arts & Sciences

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Assistant Director provides key operational and administrative support for the Executive Director and the Center. The successful applicant will be responsible for and work closely with the Executive Director in the areas of grant writing and administration, communications and marketing, and event management and public programs. The Assistant Director’s main responsibilities include: public program coordination, grant writing and administration, creation of the Center’s e-newsletter, conference planning and organization, and events management.

Job Responsibilities:

• First point of contact for communications and visitors to the Center related to public programs, visiting scholars, fellowship programs and conferences/events.

• Prepare Center communications and marketing materials for approval by the Executive Director.

• Assist Executive Director with strategic planning for public programs, conferences, and events.

• Research and identify grant opportunities and write grants to fund conferences and projects for approval by the Executive Director and Director for Research.

• Coordinate the publication of the Center’s e-newsletter; solicit articles from Center faculty and staff, write additional articles and edit the final draft of the publication.

• Responsible for the daily administrative work of the Center for the Pacific Rim to include coordinating and running public programs, administering grant awards, and managing conferences and special events for the Center.

• Assist with website administration for Center and its academic journal.

• Responsible for additional duties/projects as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree in field relevant to Asia Pacific Studies; Master’s Degree desirable

• At least four years of experience working in higher education, with preference for areas related to international programs or student services

• Excellent communication skills

• Fluency in written and spoken English

• Demonstrated academic knowledge of East Asia and/or the Asia Pacific

• 2-3 years of proven grant writing experience that have resulted in grant awards

Other Responsibilities:

• Experience working with people of diverse/multicultural backgrounds, or in student services with a diverse graduate population is preferred.

• Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and computer programs to manage data and information is required. Proficiency with graphic design software such as InDesign preferred.

• Experience in customer service and web-editing software preferred.

• Qualified candidates must have proven prioritization/time management, verbal and written communication and project management skills.

• The ability to identify resources, solve problems and take initiative is critical.

• Candidates must have excellent attention to detail and creativity.

• Ability to build strong relationships and effective partnerships/collaborations is key.



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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LUC: Sr. Vice President & CFO
Loyola University Chicago (Loyola) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Loyola is a private university founded in 1870, and is one of the nation’s largest Jesuit, Catholic Universities located in Chicago, IL. Loyola is a not-for-profit university consisting of ten schools and colleges with five locations in Chicagoland and a campus in Rome, Italy providing educational services to approximately 16,000 students primarily in undergraduate degree programs as well as graduate and professional degree programs. Loyola performs research, training, and other services under grants and contracts with government agencies and other sponsoring organizations. Recognizing Loyola’s excellence in education, U.S. News and World Report has ranked Loyola consistently among the “top national universities” in its annual publications. The Senior Vice President for Finance and CFO is reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer and plays a central and pivotal role in developing and implementing Loyola’s strategic, operational and financial plans. The Senior Vice President for Finance and CFO is responsible for overseeing all fiscal and fiduciary responsibilities for the university, in conjunction with the board of trustees and the executive, facilities, finance, audit, and investment committees of the board. The position works closely and collaboratively with the two provosts, deans and their management teams, other vice presidents and business service departments advising, evaluating and aligning their financial plans and models with those of the University. Direct reports include: Treasurer and Chief Investment Officer, Associate Vice President for Strategic Financial Planning, Associate Vice President and Controller, Associate Vice President for Financial Administration and Compliance, Bursar, Chief Financial Officer of the Health Sciences Division, Chief Financial Officer of Athletics and Executive Assistant to the CFO.
The Senior Vice President for Finance and CFO is responsible for strategic planning, directing and controlling the financial accounting activities and reporting practices of Loyola University Chicago with an annual budget of approximately $510 million plus $130 million of financial aid, long-term investments including endowment and pension assets in excess of $700 million, short-term investments of $270 million, property of $1.030 billion, long-term debt of $585 million and net assets of $1.256 billion. There are 110 Loyola employees in the Loyola Financial Services operations including: treasury, cash management, endowment management, financial reporting, financial control, general accounting, taxation, functional systems, sponsored program accounting, financial planning, forecasting, capital budgeting, student billing and collections, payroll, purchasing, accounts payable, ecommerce coordination, purchasing card, health sciences financial management, athletics financial management, insurance and risk management, strategic debt management, printing, mailroom, vending, and coordination with internal audit. The Senior Vice President and CFO is also the chief liaison with Moody’s Investor Services, with Standard & Poor’s Rating Services, and with the Federal Department of Health and Human Services for research grants and contracts and financial aid. The CFO also provides a leadership role in maintaining and deepening the relationship with our clinical partner CHE-Trinity Health that owns and operates Loyola University Health System (LUHS) in order to coordinate and fund medical education and research.
The successful candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree in a related field and have at least 15 years of progressively responsible executive experience within finance administration, preferably in higher education or a similar complex organizational setting, ideally as a Chief Financial Officer. The ideal candidate will hold a CPA, an MBA or other relevant advanced degree is highly desirable. Familiarity with academic health care and research matters is also preferred. The ideal candidate is a dynamic, strategic, strong, ethical, mature leader, able to build and nurture a strong team that is focused on excellence, accountability and efficiency. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and an understanding of the importance of collaboration, open communication, and transparency in this highly progressive environment. The successful candidates will also have knowledge of best financial practices and systems and a commitment to continuous improvement; a strong customer service orientation; excellent organizational skills; a strong commitment to ethics and integrity; the ability to work with a diverse population; and a successful track record of simultaneously serving multiple constituents.
Website: Finance
Contact Information: Loyola University Chicago will accept applications and nominations until the position is closed. Complete application materials must include a letter of application addressing educational and professional level of work experience and knowledge as it relates to all of the required and preferred qualifications, a professional resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references. Applicants must apply electronically at: www.careers.luc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=56945 For more information on Loyola University Chicago visit our website at www.luc.edu Loyola University Chicago, as an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, abides by all applicable provisions of federal, state and local law. Loyola does not discriminate in its employment policies and practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, protected veteran status or any other classification protected by applicable law.

LMC: Director of Jesuit Case Series
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Developing the Jesuit Case Series vision, mission, and strategic business plan. • Facilitating the establishment of both an Editorial Board and Board of Directors. • Development and hosting of “Jesuit” case teaching and case writing workshops, conferences and seminars to assist in the development of case writers. • Leading the development of the teaching methodology and unique conceptual/value frameworks of Jesuit Cases and co-teaching of cases, as necessary, with inexperienced case teachers. • Facilitating the development of strategic alliances with other case study collections. • Management of the project budget. • Networking, nationally and internationally to build the case repository by recruitment of case writers, as well as creating relationships between business professionals and case writers. • Helping to develop the customer base among schools of business/libraries/individual professors. • Chairing the editorial board and development of the editorial board meeting schedule.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is required. Master’s Degree is preferred. PREREQUISITES: • Experience teaching, presenting and planning conferences, workshops, and seminars. • Minimum of 5 years experience of progressive responsibility • Previous budget experience is required. • Possess exceptional analytical and organizational skills. • Must have excellent written and verbal communication abilities. • Demonstrate competence in public speaking. • Project management, teaching, training, or event coordination experience desired • The ability to effectively speak to groups and represent the institution positively. • Familiarity with the mission of the College and the Jesuit intellectual tradition preferred.
Website: Madden School of Business
Contact Information: To apply visit our website at http://www.lemoyne.edu/employment. Le Moyne College is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, persons of color and Jesuits to apply for employment.

LMC: Madden School of Business Program Manager
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Coordinate external resources including consultants, Executive Director of the Family Business Center and committees. • Manage and monitor external funding to ensure program goals are accomplished on time and in accordance with funder’s guidelines • Cultivating the archive of JCS and assisting in the editing of cases. • Assist with the development and implementation of marketing materials for Center programs. • Author and prepare comprehensive funding proposals to support the growth and development of Center programs. • Facilitating the development of a contact database for the JCS. • Facilitating in the development of a comprehensive project management system for Center programs. • Carry out the program metrics and evaluation plan.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field required, Master’s Degree preferred. PREREQUISITES: • Possess strong time management, interpersonal, communication and proofreading skills, including the ability to write and edit clear, structured, articulate and persuasive documents, and knowledge of basic fundraising techniques. • The ability to plan and act strategically, tactically and creatively. • Be comfortable in a team setting and able to work successfully with senior administrators, faculty members and key volunteers.
Website: Madden School of Business
Contact Information: To apply visit our website at http://www.lemoyne.edu/employment. Le Moyne College is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, persons of color, and Jesuits to apply for employment.

USF: Associate Director of Client Support Services


Associate Director of Client Support Services

University of San Francisco

Department: Information Technology Services (ITS)

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

The Associate Director of Client Support Services is responsible for three main functions; IT Support (field services), IT Asset Management and Desktop Engineering for both MAC and Windows based systems for local and distributed campuses. This role will be responsible for measuring, publishing and accounting for the utilization and procurement of critical ITS hardware/software resources. These resources range from desktops, laptops, computing tablets, vdi devices, printers and monitors. The Associate Director of Client Support Services’ efforts will allow ITS to prioritize resource allocation based on utilization. This role reports directly to the Director of Client Support Services.


Core Functions include:


• Supporting users and technology at multiple locations.

• Develop strategic road map for the function and balance the established broad project portfolio affecting these groups is properly prioritized, resourced and achievable.

• Ensuring resourcing is balanced to allow for continuous improvement of the support function outside of the project portfolio.

• Provide high level of end user support, maintain/improve customer satisfaction and improve processes around providing field support, computer refresh and desktop engineering.

• Define service levels and implementing tools to measure and report against performance.

• Utilizing data and metrics to identify opportunities for improvement and trends.

• Managing internal resources and 3rd party providers to insure services are meeting expectations and drive optimization to improve services and cost structure.

• Drive performance improvement through standardization and optimization of internal process and technologies.

• Drive enhanced productivity through evaluation and deployment of new functionality.

• Implementing automation of processes and deployment where possible.

• Strengthen processes around testing, image creation and deployment.

• Expand mobility capabilities to meet demands of growing mobile user base.

• Delivering value add hardware/software to employees that will improve overall productivity.

• Responsibility for process and tracking of company wide IT assets (Hardware and Software) ensuring optimization of use and compliance with licensing agreements.

Job Responsibilities:

• Prepare financial/inventory reports and conducts comprehensive analyses with written summaries to management, such as acquisition cost, inventory control, buy/lease model, etc.

• Analyze financial data to minimize organizational costs as well as developing, maintaining asset-tracking policies and audit procedures.

• Provide regular reports on field service technician productivity.

• Track the number of installed licenses and software usage metrics within the University for trending and analysis.

• Forecast technology needs and hardware trends with special attention to projected versus actual inventory levels and associated expenses.

• Manage and enforce ITS Contract Terms and Licensing for ITS computing hardware, software and services.

• Facilitate negotiation on new contracts and monitors compliance with IT Asset and Configuration management processes and procedures as defined.

• Collaborate with Director of Client Support Services and the Director of Finance and Vendor Management to achieve optimal hardware and software pricing, licensing terms and conditions.

• Administer yearly computer replacement program and asset retirement process.

• Assist with keeping operational and replacement program budget on target.

• Manage inventory levels against demand and value targets.

• Deliver monthly physical and electronic inventory audits.

• Manage and administer central hardware inventory database and service management systems.

• Tracks hardware assets and ensures consistency and accuracy between Active Directory and Inventory management systems

• Reduce cost by identifying, eliminating or reusing excess hardware.

• Develop technical, repeatable business processes for supporting USF Desktop hardware asset life cycle from procurement to systems retirement.

• Provide month end/quarter end/year end financial reporting to Director of Client Support Services

• Assess the University’s desktop software requirements and maximizes University investment software by tracking utilization

• Purchase and manage University software. • Ensure licensing compliance and maintain a ITS software media library and software on distribution file servers.

• Coordinate automated software deployment planning and execution.

• Facilitate the Vendor Request for proposal (RFP) for vendor selection every 3+ years.

• Manage Field Service Technicians and Desktop Engineering team with strong emphasis on excellent client support and client satisfaction.

• Assist with Disaster Recovery planning and knowledge base submissions and training.

• Ensure tested and successful patch management of University computers.

• Manage the creation and update of computer images.

• Maintain and manage LANDesk, Sophos AntiVirus , Sophos Encryption and all additional desktop related software applications.

• Create and maintain complete library of ITS desktop computing asset management process and procedure documents, including asset tracking policies and audit processes.

• Retain all records related to IT computing assets and ensures accurate data entry into asset management systems and Service Now.

Minimum Qualifications:

• B.A./B.S. in computer science, business administration or other relevant field required or equivalent years of experience.

• 10 or more years of experience in progressively responsible information technology positions

• Must have excellent understanding of both Windows and Apple computing devices (mobile and desktop)

• 8 years of direct management experience, managing teams that consist of internal, contractor and managed services.

• 3 to 5 years of IT contract negotiations, asset procurement, and configuration management.

• Excellent customer service and communication skills interfacing with client and vendors.

• Excellent Organizational Skills – ability to manage time and multiple tasks

• Demonstrated ability to think and act strategically.

• Demonstrated ability to drive results in an expedient manner, quickly gathering information and consensus along with the ability to make sound decisions.

• Experience with researching and implementing technical standards, software testing and deployment, and image creation/optimization and maintenance.

Other Responsibilities:

High level of expertise in the following:


• Project management skills; ability to organize complex projects and meet milestones on time and on budget.

• Operations management skills, including operational support for enterprise client computing.

• Enterprise client computing technology and awareness of industry trends.

• Windows 7 and Mac OS X system administration.

• PC/Mac Intel-based hardware, thin client devices, and printer devices,

• Desktop infrastructure design (client-server model, cloud computing, etc.)

• Desktop software setup, incl. data protection products, Microsoft Office, etc.

• Desktop security (hard drive encryption, OS hardening, etc.)

• Active Directory, LANDesk, and Windows Installer for desktop management

• Windows and TCP/IP networking

• Windows PowerShell and/or AppleScript programming

• Black box debugging skills

• Sophos Anti-Virus

• Sophos Encryption

• Faronics Deep Freeze, Faronics Power Save

• Mozy Enterprise File Backup and Sync

• Active Directory on MS-Windows Server 2008 / 2012

• Imaging software / Solutions such as Norton Ghost



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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USF: Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions


Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Management

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Under the general supervision and direction of the Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions, the Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions is responsible for the management and oversight of internal operations and daily activities associated with database management, prospect and applicant inquiries, application processing and the enrollment of a high quality national and international class of graduate students in the School of Management. The Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions assists in all recruitment efforts and enrollment of a high quality domestic and international class of graduate students. Both within the University and to the external community, the Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions is a spokesperson, representative, and advocate for the graduate programs.

Job Responsibilities:

• Ensure that the School of Management strategic plan is carried out through all operational aspects of the recruiting and admissions process.

• Coordinate the efforts of and, when necessary, serve as proxy for admissions team members currently supporting all internal operations activities.

• Oversee the data management of all prospect and application databases, execute project management processes to ensure annual modifications to online application, interview assessment and prospect management tools are delivered on-time and adhere to high-quality standards.

• Ensure the efficient and effective processing, completion, and evaluation of materials and applications submitted as part of the admissions process.

• Assist in the collection, analysis, and report preparation of admissions statistics as requested by the Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions and Associate Dean of Graduate Programs.

• Support the Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions in the establishment of annual timeline for internal operations project plans, team and work assignments, identify resource needs, perform quality review of admissions process, and escalate functional quality and timeline issues appropriately.

• Document operational procedures for quality control, staff and student assistant training purposes.

• Provide outstanding customer service by monitoring and streamlining office communications to inquiries from prospects, applicants, admitted and deposited students via mail, web, telephone, email, etc.

• Represent the School and the School’s interests at external networking and recruiting related events/activities.

• Recruit and counsel prospective graduate students on program options, requirements, policies, and procedures of admissions process.

• Assist with logistics and operations of all admission/outreach efforts for the School of Management graduate programs including recruitment fairs, information sessions, open houses, yield events, online and virtual information sessions and chats, and other recruitment events as needed.

• Assist in the smooth transition of accepted students to deposited and enrolled students through yield events, assistance with orientation activities, etc.

• Recommend and make content changes to admissions website and webpages including the newly admitted student website.

• Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

BA degree required. Graduate degree preferred. Five or more years of experience in managing/supporting admission and recruitment programs at a university or college; advanced experience working with computer database systems (Hobson’s EMT and Apply Yourself), word processing and spreadsheet software; excellent communication skills; ability to represent the graduate programs within and outside of USF; team-oriented; ability to delegate, train and motivate students and junior level staff; commitment to USF’s Mission, Vision and Values. The responsibilities of this position require some evening and weekend work and may necessitate occasional local and domestic travel to recruitment related events.

Other Responsibilities:

Key Executions:

• Successful recruitment and enrollment of high-quality, diverse School of Management graduate students.

• Creation and evaluation of accurate and efficient application and admissions processes and strategies to exceed annual enrollment targets.

• Accurate and timely reporting related to efficiency and effectiveness of admissions process/procedures, prospect and application data and trends, event and yield analysis, etc.



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USF: Director of IT Infrastructure


Director of IT Infrastructure

University of San Francisco

Department: Information Technology Services (ITS)

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Under direction of the CIO, the Director of Infrastructure is responsible for providing technical leadership, vision and oversight on all aspects of the University of San Francisco’s voice/data network, cable TV, digital signage, data center (compute and storage), email gateway, and systems (physical and virtual) infrastructure. Additional responsibilities include the project management, planning, budgeting, installations including build-outs of new facilities, development and monitoring of Key Performance Indicators (KPI), crafting a strategic road map for the department, delivering presentations to the University Leadership team, building partnerships with infrastructure vendors, management of value-added resellers (VARs), network and system monitoring, regulatory compliance, personnel management, and day-to-day operational activities such as troubleshooting and moves/adds/changes. This person must build a team of technology leaders, technicians and administrators that maintain a highly reliable, cost-effective and secure information technology infrastructure, supporting the needs of the University.

Job Responsibilities:

Telecommunications and Networking Infrastructure & Data Center:

• Identify, research, and propose new technologies, services, and/or products to enhance the functionality, reliability, security, and/or cost effectiveness of USF’s network, voice, cable TV and video communications infrastructure.

• Price, procure, install, and manage critical Internet (including Internet2) and WAN circuits ensuring comprehensive Internet connectivity as well as sufficient bandwidth for regional campuses – both back to main campus as well as to the Internet.

• Maintain and improve the USF network to provide maximum performance and reliability given USF’s needs and resources.

• Supervise continuous improvement of network security measures that include mitigating risk profile and impact analysis of the University’s technology resources.

• Manage and maintain core data center support systems, including UPS, temperature monitoring, and fire suppression. Coordination and oversight of engineering activities such as electric power, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) with the University’s Facilities Department.


System, Storage & Virtual Infrastructure:

• Plan and direct the operation of USF’s system infrastructure. This includes numerous hosted departmental servers, application servers, database servers, file and print servers, backup services, tape operations, e-mail gateways, Domain Name Services, and Active Directory.

• Manage and maintain the digital signage system and infrastructure.

• Manage and maintain the enterprise storage and Storage Area Network (SAN) environment including troubleshooting, performance planning, capacity, and continuity planning.

• Lead in the planning, design, and implementation of new storage technology.

• Maintain the enterprise virtualization environment (VMware), including troubleshooting, performance monitoring and optimization, capacity, high availability and continuity planning.

• Lead in the planning, design, and implementation of new virtualization technology solutions.


Project and Change Management:

• Manage and oversee the planning, designing, and implementing and documentation of all new infrastructure projects (including new buildings) and upgrades to existing infrastructure, including the completion of standard operating procedures (SOP), development and management of project schedule and resources.

• Provide regular project status updates on schedule, budget, and deliverables in the Project Portfolio Management (PPM) meetings.

• Ensure compliance with USF ITS Change Management procedures.


Personnel Management:

• Recruits, hires, evaluate and disciplines staff, ensuring staff is fully trained in the technical aspects of their job and establishes documentation requirements to maintain technical control and security.

• Build and maintain organizational structures to establish quality control standards that will ensure quality and timely service levels. Develop and manage a client service-oriented, efficient and collaborative staff team with a strong cross-functional teamwork emphasis.

• Foster a positive team environment in which roles and responsibilities and clearly defined and in keeping with industry best practices.

• Lead staff in the adoption of new equipment, tools, policies, process and procedures.


Other Functions and Responsibilities:

• Manage the Infrastructure annual budget in close collaboration with ITS Finance & Vendor Management and the VPIT. Provide insightful guidance, prudent recommendations, and effective deployment of the annual infrastructure refresh plan for both networks and systems.

• Negotiate and manage vendor contract negotiations in collaboration with the VPIT and ITS Finance & Vendor Management.

• Develop, implement and revise USF IT policies and operational procedures, including but not limited to policies pertaining to networking and system services.

• Ensure thorough research, development, and communication regarding the introduction of new equipment and/or services, in order to minimize the introduction of failures and vulnerabilities into the USF technical environment.

• Ensure timely resolution of service incidents and completion of service requests.

• Collaborate with other ITS directors and managers to establish well defined processes and agreed upon schedules for projects and division-wide initiatives. Maintain departmental metrics and uptime statistics.

• Serve on committees and attends meetings concerned with the acquisition and use of infrastructure equipment, sharing of computer resources, data center hosting agreements, resolution of issues and the proper support of University’s computing and networking needs.

• Collaborate with the University’s Public Safety Department and other ITS directors on disaster recovery and implement relevant processes to improve on the campus business continuity plans.

• Bring an infrastructure and integration perspective to all IT initiatives and ensure that all program and project activities adhere to IT architectural standards and practices.

• Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Understanding of and commitment to University of San Francisco’s Vision, Mission and Values.

• 10+ years’ total experience in a 24/7 production environment supporting enterprise systems, including server hosting, voice and data networks, security and information protection and experience with high availability networks and replicated disaster recovery architectures.

• 5+ years of management experience with project and operational budgeting oversight.

• Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in technology field or management. Experience can substitute for field of study. Master’s degree preferred.

• Need to have a very strong customer service orientation. Must show characteristics of sound judgment based on information available to support good decision making.

• Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills; highly articulate in both verbal and written forms, translating complex technical concepts into non-technical language.

• Proven IT technical leadership with strategic planning and staff development skills.

• Proven technical experience with broad knowledge and support of networks, servers systems, applications, databases and messaging technologies.

• Working knowledge of Storage Area Network (SAN) and backup technologies.

• Working knowledge of virtualization technologies and topology designs.

• Working knowledge of system and network management frameworks.

• Strong project management skills, including experience with large scale projects, working effectively across organizational boundaries and disciplines.

• Strong team-building skills with technical and non-technical staff; excellent supervisory skills.

• Experience with regulatory compliance issues, as well best practices in system and network security.

• Experience with IT Infrastructure Library/IT Service Management and formal change management controls, ITIL certification preferred.

• Experience with vendor evaluation and relationships management; Request for Information (RFI) and Request for Proposal (RFP) writing experience desirable.

Other Responsibilities:

• Experience working with Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) professionals.

• Experience with Cisco-based network communications and wireless technologies.

• Experience with enterprise software infrastructure implementation and support.

• Experience with VOIP telephony services.

• Experience with Palo Alto Networks and NEC products desirable.

• Demonstrate track record of agility and flexibility in responding to changing needs.

• Broad knowledge of information security issues, requirements and trends.

• Familiarity with the academic environment, policies, and procedures desirable.

• Familiarity with PMBOK Project Management Framework desirable.



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USF: Program Assistant III, Office of Communications and Marketing


Program Assistant III, Office of Communications and Marketing

University of San Francisco

Department: Communications & Marketing

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Under the supervision of the Manager of Administration, provide operational and administrative support to the Office of Communications and Marketing and the Office of the Vice President, which includes the Vice President, Senior Director of Administration and Manager of Administration.

Job Responsibilities:

• Provide day-to-day operational and administrative support to the Manager of Administration and the Communications and Marketing managers.

• Screen mail, phone calls and visitors and refer to appropriate personnel.

• Manage highly-sensitive, confidential information with the highest level of discretion.

• Assist with space planning and complex staff moves and interior construction projects: schedule coordination, furnishing, work-orders, computing and telecommunications issues.

• Assist with desktop technology-related services and resources for the Communications and Marketing Division including the annual computer replacement and upgrade process and staff equipment, software and assistance requests.

• Assist with preparing and coordinating all documents and administrative details for quarterly Communications Steering Committee meeting.

• Arrange for various division-wide meetings, conferences, retreats and other events and make travel/hotel arrangements; attend meetings to take and distribute notes.

• Assist with student intern orientation, training, scheduling, and work-space coordination.

• As needed, coordinate with “key partner” USF departments in support of Development operations including Business and Finance, Bon Appetit catering services, Events Management, Public Safety, Facilities Management, and ITS.

• Compose routine correspondence and edit and prepare reports.

• Maintain the department’s record keeping procedures and file documents.

• Order supplies, initiate and renew subscriptions.

• Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Post high school education preferred.

• Three years of increasingly responsible experience in administrative support work or related education.

• Must be organized and able to work on many projects at the same time.

• Experience working with computer database systems, word processing and spreadsheet software.

• Must be customer service and team oriented.

• Ability to professionally and diplomatically communicate and interact with a diverse group of internal and external callers, visitors, and contacts at all levels.

• Ability to deal with highly confidential and sensitive material in a professional manner.

• Ability to work within a team on behalf of the Division.

• Excellent follow-up skills and attention to detail.

• Strong telephone, email, and oral communication skills.

• Strong skills in written English.



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USF: Program Assistant IV - Finance, Budget and Planning



Program Assistant IV - Finance, Budget and Planning

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Management

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

The Program Assistant IV – Finance, Budget and Planning provides support to the Director and Manager of Finance, Budget, and Planning in carrying out all daily financial, payroll, and expense activities, with a focus on efficiency, effectiveness, and the pursuit of excellence. The Program Assistant deals with a diverse group of external callers and visitors and internal contacts at all levels of the organization. Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize and organize diversified workload and to recommend changes in practices and procedures. He or she will be a leader in providing high quality service to all who contact the office. The Program Assistant reports directly to the Director of Finance, Budget and Planning and serves as part of the team to carry out the department’s goals.

Job Responsibilities:

• Provides key administrative services as stable point of contact for highly dynamic and fast paced Office of Finance, Budget and Planning.

• Acts a resource liaison between and among faculty, students and the University community and members of the public. Must establish and maintain effective working relationships with peers in other offices.

• Assists in providing ongoing training and support to all SOM users within the school for all financial transactions, University financial systems, policies, and procedures.

• Maintains a strong working relationship with faculty and staff to ensure an understanding of the SOM financial and administrative priorities and strategies.

• Gathers data, provides analysis, and prepares spreadsheets and power point presentations

• Assists Director in delivering staff trainings as necessary for the staff’s successful performance of their work activities.

• Assists with hiring and scheduling of student workers;

• Supervises Office of Finance, Budget and Planning students and prepares evaluations.

• Assists in providing ongoing training and support to all Concur and Banner Financial users within the school for all financial transactions, University financial systems, policies, and procedures.

• Assists the Director to establish effective cost-control measures of all departments by budget monitoring, uses tools such as departmental spreadsheets, and Banner Financial.

• Assists with the budget transfers through Self-Service Banner and assists with the clean-up for the fiscal year end process.

• Assists with the review all financial and administrative documents prior to approval as designated by the Director.

• Processes payroll records and data for all new and existing School of Management Full time Faculty, Adjunct Faculty and Students through EPAFs.

• Prepares and processes Faculty, Staff and Student departmental purchases, payments, reimbursements through the use of Concur, purchase requisitions, check requests, petty cash vouchers, etc.

• Assists in the processing of monthly reconciliations for departmental credit card to ensure University procedures are upheld.


Other Responsibilities:


• Serves on School on University committees as assigned.

• Manages the calendar for the Director by scheduling and confirming meetings with internal and external parties, coordinating travel plans, and making reservations.

• Provides assistance on special projects and/or other duties as assigned by the Manager and/or Director of Finance, Budget and Planning.

Minimum Qualifications:

Post high-school degree preferred. Three to five years experience in an accounting, financial and/or administrative field. Strong priority management and attention to detail, including ability to prioritize multiple assignments and deadlines accurately under pressure. Demonstrates strengths in the areas of service and team skills; including evidence of ability to work independently and in close conjunction with others. Excellent interpersonal skills are essential. Experience dealing with a variety of people in a professional manner.


Advanced spreadsheet (excel), word processing, database applications (FileMaker Pro, Banner, Access), University reimbursement systems (Concur) required.


May be required to work on occasional Saturday’s to support internal, external and/or events. In the event of Saturday work, the Saturday off day will be traded for Mondays. Likewise, some days may be required to work beyond 5PM until and up to 8PM.

Other Responsibilities:

• Advanced knowledge about financial and administrative concepts, principles and practices. Handles diverse situations and uses written and unwritten policies and practices in addition to judgment to resolve conflicts and concerns.

• Initiates and held responsible for completion of special assignments/projects. Manages multi-project deadlines. Evaluates tasks priorities and effectively delegates if needed to their student workers. Makes suggestions on the most efficient methods in handling multi-tasks.

• Works cooperatively and establishes effective working relationships with peers in other departments. Uses tact, diplomacy, discretion and judgment in regular contact with faculty, staff, student and others within and outside USF.

• Ability to work in fast paced environment and perform multiple tasks and keep track of multiple boundary conditions. Able to be self-motivated to start and/or complete projects independently. Able to seek direction when needed. Assertive and able to communicate risks and organizational exposures.



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USF: Senior Project Manager



Senior Project Manager

University of San Francisco

Department: Information Technology Services (ITS)

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

The University of San Francisco (USF) is seeking a senior project manager with 10+ year’s experience successfully leading projects and programs throughout the project lifecycle from Business Case development, to leading an Request for Information (RFI)/Request for Proposal (RFP), to Project Initiation through Close. The role of the Senior Project Manager is to leverage USF’s Project Management Office (PMO) methodology to plan, execute, and close projects, within scope, schedule, and budget and to the quality standards defined by the sponsor. The senior project manager will be responsible for coordinating and managing teams across various USF departments, third-party contractors or consultants, while reporting to the PMO Senior Director. The Senior Project Manager will be expected to manage USF’s strategic and high priority technology projects and programs.

Job Responsibilities:

• Leadership and Management:

• Develop trusted advisor relationship with project and program stakeholders.

• Deliver appropriate and effective executive level communication.

• Seek out opportunities to collaborate and partner with innovative technology companies and other higher education institutions on strategic project and program management initiatives.

• Actively involved with Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Project Management committee.

• Coach, mentor, motivate, supervise and provide project and program team performance assessments.

• Provide regular and accurate updates and escalations to the Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Committee.

• Assist with developing and maintaining the technology strategic project and program roadmap.

• Reflect and communicate USF PMO standards and best practices within the university and outside the university across higher education peers and external stakeholders, vendors and consultants.

• Provide project and program management best practices training to USF resources, as requested.

• Recognized as a thought leader in the area of project and program management while continuously improving the PMO methodology, tools and templates to better serve USF.

• Continuous professional development in order to keep abreast of emerging technologies, methods and best practices.

• Supervise and mentor internal PMO student workers and / or temporary staff resources.

• Project and Program Assessment:

• Develop and lead project and program assessment phase from Business Case and Project Charter analysis, RFI/RFP process through to Statement of Work (SOW) and Master Agreement (MA) contract negotiations.

• Develop cost/ benefit assessments, comparing total cost of ownership, risk and return on investment.

• Define success criteria and disseminate to involved parties throughout project and program life cycle.

• Demonstrates a good understanding of business processes (i.e. student end-to-end lifecycle from recruitment through transition to alumni status), policies, and academic environment in higher education.

• Project and Program Management:

• Manage USF’s largest, most complex, strategic institutional, technology projects and programs.

• Lead business process improvement analysis leveraging value stream maps or similar approaches.

• Develop and manage all aspects of project and program engagement from planning, external vendor relationships, communications, resources, budget, change, risks and issues.

• Establish and manage project and program expectations with team members and other stakeholders.

• Delegate tasks and responsibilities to appropriate personnel.

• Identity and resolve issues and conflicts within the project and program team.

• Identify and manage project and program dependencies and critical path.

• Track project and program milestones and deliverables.

• Determine and develop the frequency and content of status reports from the project and program team, analyze results, and present to executive leadership and steering committee.

• Collaborate with functional area managers in the supervision of project and program personnel, which includes work allocation, training, and problem resolution; evaluates performance and makes recommendations for personnel actions; motivates employees to achieve peak productivity and performance.

• Ensure that projects and programs are proceeding according to scope, schedule, budget and quality standards.

• Manage project and program issues and risks to mitigate impact to baseline.

• Facilitate project and program change order process, assessing impact to baseline, in order to accommodate potential changes, while staying ‘On Track’.

• Ensure smooth transition of completed projects and programs into operations, including coordinating with the ITS Help Desk, Service Area owner and any Third Party Support.

• Work with the Service Manager to ensure project and program deliverables and documents are uploaded and archived and the Configuration Management Database (CMDB) is updated.

• Extensive understanding of various project and program management frameworks, business process, total cost of ownership and return on investment project and program analysis.


Other duties as assigned.


Accountabilities:


Position reports to the Senior Director of Project Management Office

Minimum Qualifications:

• University degree or college diploma in the field of business management, information systems, and/or project management. Experience can substitute for field of study.

• Minimum ten years direct work experience in project and program management capacity, including all aspects from assessment to execution and close.

• Experience managing enterprise wide, complex projects and programs including but not limited to ITS builds for construction projects, business process improvement and enterprise software deployments; ability to organize and prioritize multiple projects and project tasks.

• Demonstrated project and program management skills and experience with various project management methodologies and tools including but not limited to Waterfall, SCRUM, Earned Value Management and SIPOC.

• Experience negotiating SOW and MA contracts

• Experience with Lean process improvement.

• Experience drafting and submitting budget proposals, and recommending subsequent budget changes where necessary.

• Experience successfully leading projects and programs to on-time, on-schedule, within budget close.

• Experience leading, motivating and managing various project and program team sizes, including internal and external resources, while holding team accountable for performance.

• Experience presenting to executive sponsors and demonstrated communication skills; both written and oral with technical and non-technical staff, all levels of management.

• Experience influencing and gaining buy-in from executives sponsors, team members, stakeholders and peers.

• Team-building skills with technical and non-technical staff.

• Experience at working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.

• Flexible with proven ability to conform to shifting priorities, demands and timelines through analytical and problem-solving capabilities.

• Technically competent with various software programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio), Microsoft Projects, ServiceNow, Basecamp

• Adept at conducting research into project-related issues and products.

• Must be able to learn, understand, and apply new technologies.

• Supportive of a diverse and inclusive work environment.

Other Responsibilities:

Desired:

• PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) certification

• Agile Scrum Certification

• Lean Six Sigma Certification



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USF: Public Health Program Senior Faculty



Public Health Program Senior Faculty

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Nursing & Health Professions

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

The Public Health Program within the School of Nursing and Health Professions at the University of San Francisco invites applications for a faculty position to serve as Program Director for its Master’s of Public Health Program beginning August 2014. The faculty position carries with it an expectation for excellence in teaching, scholarly productivity, and academic and professional service, with time release for administrative responsibilities.


• Master of Public Health (MPH)


The mission of the MPH program at the University of San Francisco is to develop a cadre of public health (PH) leaders and generalists who will advance public health, social justice, and well being in the City of San Francisco, the State of California, the United States, and the world, and to create an educational public health presence that promotes community engagement, professional collaborations, evidence-based practice, and public health advocacy.

Job Responsibilities:

Essential Functions:


As a faculty member, the successful candidate will:

• Teach in the MPH Program

• Advance a program of research/scholarship

• Engage in academic and professional service


As Program Director, the successful candidate will:

• Serve as Public Health Program Director

• Collaborate with the Dean & faculty in developing the organizational structure of Program

• Collaborate with the Dean to implement best practices program coordination, implementation and evaluation

• Serve as a member of the SONHP Leadership Team

• Collaborate with other SONHP Department Chairs & Program Directors

• Facilitate the work of faculty and staff on:

• curriculum development

• practica and field training

• student recruitment, admission, retention & success

• Ensure that regular quality assurance and compliance standards are monitored and maintained

• Provide an annual assessment and report on the status and progress of the Program

• applicants

• students

• faculty

• Coordinate and develop affiliate faculty

• Coordinate course and practica scheduling and collaborate with the Dean to implement faculty teaching assignments

• Serve as a liaison between SOHNP, MPH Program and MPH faculty

• Conduct monthly Program faculty and staff meetings


Program Directors at the University of San Francisco have faculty rank

and are members of the USF Faculty Association. MPH Program Director is a tenure-earning faculty position and will be a Core Faculty member in the MPH Program.


Appointment will be made at the Associate or Professor level, depending on years of teaching experience, with possible credit given towards tenure. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to work in a culturally diverse environment and to contribute to the Mission of the University.

Minimum Qualifications:

A Doctorate in Public Health, Global Health, Epidemiology, Health Education, Environmental Health or related field is required at time of appointment. An MPH Degree is an additional plus for this position. Successful candidates will be expected to engage in classroom and fieldwork placement and supervision, to demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching, to continue a program of scholarship and demonstrate current evidence of scholarship, experience and willingness to work in a culturally diverse environment and an understanding of and commitment to support the mission of the University. As a senior faculty member, demonstrated success in scholarship, teaching and service is expected. As the program director, previous administrative experience would be viewed favorably.



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Other: Chief Operating Officer:Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is a mission-focused, mature, strategic and process-minded leader capable of supporting the International Director to fully implement JC:HEM’s (Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins) mission in a scalable, sustainable, and transferrable manner. The post specifically manages internal operations, including finance/budget, human resources, contracts and Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), oversees marketing for all revenue stream programs, accountable for communications, including website management, social media, newsletter, and JC:HEM documents and reports.


Essential Functions:

  • Commitment to the vision and mission of JC:HEM
    • Support the International Director in implementation of the strategic direction of the organization, Board of Directors responsibilities, and fund raising initiatives, including grant writing;
    • Ethical leadership and management to ensure best practices, and cost effective services support the internal team so the reach of JC:HEM is maximized to those at the margins;
    • Possess exceptional problem solving ability.
  • JC:HEM Finances:
    • Serve as the chief financial officer;
    • Monthly accounting, quarterly and annual finance reports;
    • Work in collaboration with the JC:HEM Treasurer;
  • JC:HEM Marketing
    • Manage, measure, and actively engage in marketing for JC:HEM revenue streams;
  • JC:HEM Human Resources
    • Manage organizational policies and procedures
    • Collaborate effectively across the organization, and contribute to the development of a strong global team
    • Manage HR contracts to ensure legal parameters required for US and international staff are met, ensure all contracts are current and appropriate to the need
    • Payroll and benefit management in collaboration with HR contract
  • JC:HEM Communications
    • Manage global communications with attention to cultural context
    • Keep current and vibrant the JC:HEM Web site, newsletter, social media
    • Accountable for, and in collaboration with the leadership team, JC:HEM documents including brochures, and quarterly and annual reports;
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications

  • Graduate degree required;
  • At least five years experience in leadership in higher education or comparable organization, including financial management;
  • Experience with distributive learning in virtual environments;
  • Excellent communications skills (oral and written) with attention to cultural context; 
  • Demonstrated ability to balance multiple priorities aligned with an organizations strategic direction in fast paced global environment;
  • Record of collegial relationships, diplomacy, and ability to work effectively within the organization and across partnerships.

Specific knowledge or skill set

  • Strategic planning and implementation
  • Project management
  • Contract management
  • Evidence of successful grant writing
  • Cultural competence to support marketing of professional development programs
  • Ability at analyse quantitative and qualitative outcome data sets
  • Meticulous attention to quality and accuracy
  • Evidence of ability to manage multiple mediums of communications
  • Proficiency in English required, and multiple language capacity is desirable.

Technical skills

  • Proficiency or ability to develop proficiency with Project management software, Excel, Database management, and communication software;
  • Proficient with multiple technologies;
  • Effective communication across continents using tools of technology.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Proficient in one or more languages in addition to English proficiency;
  • International experience.

Physical Qualifications

  • Multiple time zones requires flexibility in work days, and hours;
  • Travel to JC:HEM locations at least once every other year and travel to yearly JC:HEM Coordinators meetings; attend meetings of the Board of Directors.


Evaluation: Peer review for, and by, the CAO and CIO

Supervise: .5 Program Assistant, and interns.

SalarySalary range: Commensurate with market data for non-profit organization


Contact Information:

Review of applications began March 18th, applications are still being received, and the position is open until filled.  

Terms of the position: Given stellar performance each year the contract is for 2014 through December 31, 2015. The current grant funding ends December 31, 2015. Continuation in the position is possible if new funding is secured, and if performance standards are met.  

To Apply: Email cover letter, CV, and names and contact information for 3 references to Ms. Kareena Byrd, JC:HEM Program Assistant at kareena.byrd@jc-hem.org.



REU: Accounting Secretary

This position will serve as administrative backup to the Administrative Accounting Department and will be asked to participate as a team player in the service provided by the Administrative Accounting to the employees of the University. It is essential that information be accurate and timely.


Essential

1) Print the edit report for the Accounts Payable check run. Print, stuff, and distribute checks in accordance with written procedures and internal control policies. This duty is shared with the accountant when the secretary is out of the office. 40%

2) Data input journal entries and file trace reports as needed. Collate and file various accounting reports. Distribute monthly budget reports to budget managers. 25%

3) Maintain file room for Accounting Department. File various reports for historical reference and archive purposes. 5%

4) Perform general clerical duties for the Associate Vice President of Finance and Budget and Administrative Accounting Department including scheduling of meetings, typing of general correspondence, and ordering of supplies. 10%

Other
1) Assist Associate Vice President of Finance and Budget with various projects as assigned. 20%


Prior experience with personal computers and relational database is helpful. 2 years general experience in an office environment.

This person will be under pressure to perform various duties with simultaneous deadlines quickly and accurately. An ability to prioritize a number of tasks, stay on target with a task, and complete the task in a timely fashion is advantageous. This individual will need to be able to logically follow the flow of transactions through an integrated relational database in order to complete the check process.



Website: Finance & Budget
Contact Information:

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REU: Campus Associate - Part Time Floating Colorado Springs

This floating Campus Associate will work at the Colorado Springs and DTCcampuses on variable shifts to help provide coverage during business hours when regular, full-time employees are out of the office. 

Campus Associates provide a high level of customer service and sensitivity in responding to telephone, online and walk-in students and staff. This person will have a broad knowledge of all university departments to answer general inquiries about student accounts, financial aid and registration, as well as other student related processes and policies. The Campus Associate is also the receptionist at the campus location and provides support to faculty, staff and students who are on campus.

Phone Services: In compliance with FERPA guidelines, answers all incoming calls to the university’s main phone line; determines customers’ need and provides service as appropriate through immediate solution or transfer to the appropriate person/department. Service is provided on CPS registrations and drops, tuition and fee collection, first tier/general financial aid questions, address or account updates and general questions or complaints. All transactions are entered into a ticketing system.

Walk-Up Services: Provides service to walk-up students and staff at the campus by answering questions related to CPS registration and drops, tuition and fee collection, first tier/general financial aid questions, address or account updates and general questions or complaints. All transactions are entered into a ticketing system.

Campus Preparation: Ensures campus and classrooms are clean, organized and appropriately equipped for classes. Performs receptionist duties at campus.


- 2 years of customer service experience 

- High school diploma
- Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel skills 
- Typing 40-50 wpm
- High degree of oral and written communication skills
- High level of organizational and analytical skills
- This position requires a valid driver’s license and insurability by the University’s auto insurance carrier


Website: Student Services
Contact Information:

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REU: Campus Associate - Part Time Floating Loveland

This Campus Associate will work primarily at the Loveland and Thornton campuses on variable shifts to help provide coverage during business hours when regular, full-time employees are out of the office.

Campus Associates provide a high level of customer service and sensitivity in responding to telephone, online and walk-in students and staff. This person will have a broad knowledge of all university departments to answer general inquiries about student accounts, financial aid and registration, as well as other student related processes and policies. The Campus Associate is also the receptionist at the campus location and provides support to faculty, staff and students who are on campus.


Phone Services: In compliance with FERPA guidelines, answers all incoming calls to the university’s main phone line; determines customers’ need and provides service as appropriate through immediate solution or transfer to the appropriate person/department. Service is provided on CPS registrations and drops, tuition and fee collection, first tier/general financial aid questions, address or account updates and general questions or complaints. All transactions are entered into a ticketing system.

Walk-Up Services: Provides service to walk-up students and staff at the campus by answering questions related to CPS registration and drops, tuition and fee collection, first tier/general financial aid questions, address or account updates and general questions or complaints. All transactions are entered into a ticketing system.

Campus Preparation: Ensures campus and classrooms are clean, organized and appropriately equipped for classes. Performs receptionist duties at campus.


- 2 years of customer service experience 

- High school diploma
- Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel skills 
- Typing 40-50 wpm
- High degree of oral and written communication skills
- High level of organizational and analytical skills
- This position requires a valid driver’s license and insurability by the University’s auto insurance carrier


Website: Student Services
Contact Information:

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USF: Assistant Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions



Assistant Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Management

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Under the general supervision and direction of the Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions, the Assistant Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions is responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of a high quality class of graduate students to the graduate management programs. The Assistant Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions will work with the Graduate Recruiting and Admissions and Marketing and Communications teams to develop recruiting, marketing and communications strategies for prospective students of the Masagung Graduate School of Management.

Job Responsibilities:

• Ensure that the School of Management strategic plan is carried out through all operational aspects of the School of Management graduate programs;

• Represent the School and the School’s interests in external-facing situations and events;

• Recruit and counsel prospective graduate students on program options, requirements, policies, and procedures of admissions process;

• In conjunction with the Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions, develop and implement recruiting strategy for select graduate management programs;

• Design and execute professional, high quality recruiting and yield events on-campus and at USF regional campus locations (as applicable); events include Open House, information sessions, and yield events;

• Plan and attend recruiting events including, but not limited to, on and off campus information sessions, open houses, domestic and international graduate fairs, corporate career fairs, and professional organization events;

• Foster partnerships with local Bay Area companies and professional organizations to build program awareness and application pipeline;

• Create content for and implement web-based seminars for domestic and international prospects, applicants and admitted students.

• Evaluate graduate applications for admission and scholarship eligibility; serve as member of the Admissions Committee to evaluate applicants;

• Assist in the smooth transition of accepted students to deposited and enrolled students through yield events, assistance with orientation activities, etc.;

• Work with the Director of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions, Alumni and External Relations, and Marketing and Communications to develop, implement and assess marketing strategies to include online advertising, publications, social media and nontraditional and unconventional methods;

• Institute and oversee measurement systems to monitor and analyze success of marketing campaigns and tactics;

• Work with all relevant School constituencies related to the School of Management’s online admission profiles (GradSchools.com, Princeton Review’s, etc.);

• Assist with ad hoc marketing and communication needs of the Graduate Recruiting and Admissions team;

• Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

BS or BA degree required. Graduate degree preferred. Three or more years’ experience in managing/supporting recruitment programs at a university or college with proven results in recruitment and yield initiatives. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and enrollment management systems (Apply Yourself, Banner, etc.). Exceptional project management, customer service and problem-solving skills. Experience with online communication channels – website, social media, etc. Strong communication skills – writing, editing and presentation. Working knowledge of the wide variety of recruitment strategies and best practices. Ability to travel and work occasional evening and weekend hours.

Other Responsibilities:

• Creation and evaluation of effective recruiting strategies to meet annual enrollment targets for graduate management programs at all relevant USF School of Management campuses

• Consistent and high quality communications that are on-strategy, compelling for the target audience, and adhere to the School of Management brand

• Systematic evaluation and reporting related to marketing and communications strategies

• Goals of graduate teams are consistently met and often times exceeded



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USF: Associate Director, Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good



Associate Director, Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good

University of San Francisco

Department: Arts & Sciences

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:
Under the general supervision of the Director of the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good (McCarthy Center), the Associate Director for Development and Communications is responsible for the coordination of the Center’s external relations activities including communications and fundraising.

Job Responsibilities:
a. Fundraising and Board Relations (50% of FTE)
i. Work collaboratively with University Advancement and the McCarthy Center Director to define and implement the Center’s fundraising strategies, identify potential funding sources, craft grant proposals, manage McCarthy Center grants, and collaborate with other University departments and McCarthy Center staff to facilitate these activities;
ii. Serve as the primary coordinator of Center interactions with the University Office of Development;
iii. Work collaboratively with the Office of Contracts and Grants and Office of Development to manage and coordinate McCarthy Center grant writing and grant reporting efforts;
iv. Participate in fundraising outreach to potential individual, foundations, and corporate donors and provide stewardship support for existing donors;
v. Craft fundraising materials including annual appeal letters and annual reports;
vi. Serve as primary point of contact for McCarthy Center Board of Advisors, assist in drafting agenda and conceptualizing processes for Board meetings and subcommittee meetings, support McCarthy Center Director in identifying and cultivating potential Board members, coordinating new member orientations and in stewardship of existing Board members.
b. Communications (40% of FTE)
i. Develop and implement a McCarthy Center communications strategy that reflects the Mission, Vision and Values of the McCarthy Center;
ii. Define and maintain McCarthy Center internet presence including developing and maintaining content for social media, blogs, electronic newsletter and website;
iii. Craft, edit, and publish print materials including flyers, brochures, postcards and any other “leave behinds”, and ensure print materials meet USF print standards;
iv. Serve as primary liaison with other university departments and outside vendors relative to communications and outreaching, including the Office of Communications and Marketing, Web Services, and outside vendors.
v. Work with staff to identify and manage McCarthy Center gift items appropriate for various stakeholders;
vi.Support USF’s government relations strategy as necessary.
c.Other duties as assigned (10% of FTE)

Minimum Qualifications:
a. Bachelor’s degree required, masters degree strongly preferred;
b. Five years of responsible experience in university, non-profit, or public agency management position;
c. Knowledge of, and experience with, community-based learning programs.
d. Experience in external relations, grantwriting, marketing, and development is strongly preferred, as is knowledge of, and experience with, community-based learning programs;
e. Ability to communicate effectively (both orally and in writing) with diverse populations in an urban, multicultural environment is necessary.
f. High level of cultural competency including sensitivity to issues of race, class and ethical dilemmas that may arise from the development of strong reciprocal campus community partnerships.
g. Strong problem-solving skills in the context of interpersonal and group relations required.
h. Ability to establish and maintain collaborative relationships with faculty, staff, students, community members and university administration.
i. Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and complete them in a timely fashion and ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment required.
j. Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.


To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link:
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USF: Senior Planned Giving Officer



Senior Planned Giving Officer

University of San Francisco

Department: Planned Giving

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Poised for the most ambitious comprehensive campaign in its history, with a rich tradition of donor loyalty, the University of San Francisco seeks to enhance the production of its planned giving program in order to secure resources for university priorities. Through proactive efforts to engage alumni and friends, and in a highly collaborative and rapidly expanding development environment, the Senior Planned Giving Officer cultivates and solicits major and planned gifts both independently and in coordination with the Director, Associate Vice President, Vice President, College Deans, and college, school and constituency based development staff.

This position is externally focused and primarily responsible for completing discovery and qualifying visits with loyal donors and developing solicitation strategies for planned gifts. This position must be able to build effective and positive relationships with all levels of fundraising staff, particularly college based fundraising teams, and collaborate as a secondary prospect manager in the cultivation and solicitation process.


The Senior Planned Giving officer must also be able to work effectively as a leading member of the planned giving team, contributing ideas, innovation and intellect to help with the program’s overall growth and success.

Job Responsibilities:

• Identify, cultivate and solicit planned gift prospects among USF’s pool of prospective donors.

• In coordination with other members of the team, develop and implement a plan to identify a continuing stream of planned giving prospects through mailings, seminars, referrals, and alumni relations.

• Build strong relationships with donors and prospects, utilizing expertise and familiarity with charitable gift planning to propose gifts strategies that address financial and philanthropic objectives.

• Manage 125-150 prospects, with a 10-15 prospect visit minimum monthly with the goal of confirming a minimum of 20 planned gifts per year.

• Be thoroughly knowledgeable on all planned giving vehicles and regularly update knowledge through professional development seminars. Develop and maintain current understanding of relevant tax, probate, trust and financial/estate planning information and of the University’s programs, plans and staff members.

• Work closely with legal and financial professionals in designing and executing planned giving instruments.

• As a prospect manager, prepare and implement plans for all assigned prospects, involve lead contacts, submit contact reports in a timely manner and attend prospect manager meetings.

• Provide briefing materials and conduct briefings for President, Chancellor, Vice Presidents, Deans, volunteers and other key players in leadership and principal gift solicitations which involve planned giving and/or planned giving prospects.

• Provide advice on solicitation strategies, especially related to charitable gift planning benefits, to all University major gift fund-raisers.

• Provide training to staff and volunteer fundraisers as requested.

• Work collaboratively with University Development colleagues on projects such as the Golden Alumni Reunion, Lo Schiavo Legacy Society Annual Reception, donor stewardship and recognition, special events and publications.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree, (J.D./C.F.P. preferred but not required), additional course or degree work in the areas of planned giving, financial planning, estate planning, tax planning, legal studies or management would be helpful.

• Over five years experience and demonstrated success in prospect identification, relationship building, strategizing and solicitation of planned gifts, with particular emphasis on planned gift development or similar experience in working with high net worth individuals in private banking, financial services, financial planning, or related professions.

• High level of self-confidence, creativity, enthusiasm, engagement, self-motivation and energy needed to achieve ambitious goals. Ability to write and speak clearly and effectively.

• Self-starter in developing prospect leads and pursuing gift plans for prospective donors. This should include an ability to move easily between major gifts and planned giving.

• Ability to clearly articulate the fundraising priorities of the University in supporting the mission of USF.

• Strong knowledge of and familiarity with Bay Area philanthropic community.

• Proven ability to work autonomously and to handle multiple relationship situations simultaneously, and navigate through a complex and multi-level organization.

• Must be willing and able to travel and have a valid California driver’s license to travel to meetings and donor visits.



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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USF: Vice Provost


Vice Provost

University of San Francisco

Department: Academic Affairs/Provost Office

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

The University of San Francisco is searching for a Vice Provost for the Center for Institutional Planning, Budget and Effectiveness. The Vice Provost serves as the University’s chief planning officer with direct responsibility for the institution’s strategic planning, forecasting, and budget development.

Job Responsibilities:

• Forecasts and models budget and planning processes to anticipate the results of various university decisions including the effects of enrollment plans, allocation of staff and faculty, and divisional/departmental strategic plans;

• Oversees the Office of Planning and Budget and coordinates the development of the University’s budget including revenue and expenses estimation;

• Coordinates the University’s planning process, develops tracking mechanisms and oversees the reporting of progress made in achieving the institution’s strategic goals;

• Ensures the alignment of the University’s budget and planning process with the University’s Mission, its Strategic Initiatives, and its academic goals;

• Monitors the financial performance of all schools/colleges and University divisions and reviews the budgetary implications of all new initiatives;

• Authorizes significant expenditures and financial commitments within Academic Affairs including staffing, purchase requisitions, budget transfers, etc.

• Utilize and leverage BI capabilities to prepare financial reports as requested by University administrators or the Board of Trustees;

• Oversees the Offices of Institutional Research and Institutional Data Analytics;

• Ensures accurate collection of data, reporting, and statistical analysis;

• Other duties as assigned


The Vice Provost reports to the Provost and works closely with the President, CFO, and other members of the University leadership. The Vice Provost is a member of the Provost’s Council, the President’s Cabinet, and the University’s Leadership Team.

Minimum Qualifications:

• An MBA, CPA, PhD or equivalent professional experience in an academic setting preferably in the areas of strategic and budget planning, data management and analysis, goal setting and tracking.

• At least 5 years of senior level experience in financial planning and forecasting modeling in an academic setting;

• Significant experience in managing professional staff;

• Willingness to innovate and identify institutional best practices that can be implemented at the University;

• Strong analytic and problem-solving skills as well as excellent communication skills, flexibility, and a commitment to transparency and collaborative work;

• An understanding of and commitment to support the Vision, Mission, and Values of the University.



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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USF: Associate Director for Campus Programs


Associate Director for Campus Programs

University of San Francisco

Department: Student Leadership & Engagement

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Under the general supervision and guidance of the Director for Student Involvement, the Associate Director for Campus Programs assists with the development and management of department services and programs that relate to student involvement and leadership development for undergraduate students at USF. Specifically, the Associate Director provides oversight for efforts to increase undergraduate student engagement in campus programs and events including signature leadership programs, the Student Rewards Program, and collaborations to improve school spirit. This position also provides overall advisement for the Campus Activities Board, Greek Council, and Panhellenic Council. In addition, the Associate Director provides oversight for Greek Life through fraternity and sorority development and support.


As a member of the larger staff in Student Life, the Associate Director collaborates and cooperates to create leadership and intercultural competence opportunities to support student learning and development in the Jesuit Catholic tradition. The mission of Student Life is to fully support holistic student development within a social justice framework centered in preparing students to be caring, socially responsible citizens in our global and local community.

Job Responsibilities:

Administration

? Support the Director with development of vision and goals for increasing student engagement through campus programs and events, student organizations, and leadership development programs. Assist with day-to-day management of activities and staff.

? Coordinate education and resources on risk management and risk-reduction for student organizations. Advise offices on the development and implementation of membership recruitment and education plans. Advise on best practices to reduce risk/liability and improve safety at student organization events. Manage an event registration process for Greek organizations.

? Serve as a hearing officer for cases related to student organizations.

? Coordinate the creation/revision of evaluative systems and tools to assess impact and measure achievement of desired learning outcomes based on divisional goals and standards. Maintain departmental program assessment files.


Campus Programs and Events

? Coordinate the Student Rewards Program in collaboration with University Athletics and other partners. Identify events to include, assign point values and prize incentives, and help to manage prize distribution. Track all students in the program in order to create engagement profiles. Develop targeted outreach according to profiles in order to further engage the student body.

? Collaborate with campus departments and student organizations on efforts to increase school spirit and develop/maintain campus traditions.

? Serve as a resource for student organizations and campus departments planning large campus-wide events.

? Supervise one full-time Assistant Director who coordinates leadership programs and training

? Supervise one graduate intern who supports student involvement through campus programs and events through Campus Activities Board and Greek Life.


Student Organization Advising

? Directly advise three student organizations: Campus Activities Board, Greek Council, and Panhellenic Council. Advise officers and chairs on the development of campus wide activities, including special event implementation and management. Ensure that programming reflects the diversity and mission of the University and community. Provide fiscal oversight for the budget. Oversee interview/selection process for board members. Develop training programs, policies and procedures for the board. Create annual program assessment measures and performance measures for the undergraduate students involved in the organization. Encourage and support collaboration on events and activities that promote campus history and traditions.

? Provide advisory support to social fraternities and sororities. Advise officers and chairs on the development of programs, events, and activities that reflect the mission of the University.


Greek Life Development and Support

? Provide oversight for the development of strong and proactive Greek community aligned with the Jesuit Values of the University. Develop/maintain and implement policies specific to Greek Life, including expansion agreements, and ensure Greek organization compliance with these and other University policies. Oversee the Greek organizations registration, reinstatement, and expansion process, including insurance requirements, grade checks, and judicial referrals. Advise the coordination of formal and informal recruitment efforts. Maintain active and current records on membership, conduct matters, retention, and scholastic achievements of all Greek organizations. Advise the Greek Council Standards Committee and oversee adjudication process.

? As advisor to Greek Council, oversee the development and coordination of training programs, activities, and community education programs which foster a positive and cohesive Greek community. These include, but are not limited to, leadership development, risk management and risk-reduction education, community service initiatives, recognition and awards, and membership recruitment and education.

? Manage the Greek Life website and oversee the development of Greek Life outreach including the Greek Council recruitment brochure.

? Serve as a liaison to fraternity and sorority national offices, chapter advisors, faculty advisors, national councils, alumni, and members of the University community.


Additional Responsibilities

? Provide general advisement for students regarding involvement in clubs and organizations including, but not limited to: involvement opportunities, event planning, benefits and requirements, organizational development, leadership development, fundraising, and financial procedures.

? Participate in department/division activities including meetings, retreats, and staff development.

? Collaborate with professional colleagues at other university and educational organizations to share information for the purpose of enhancing content and delivery of department programs, services, and resources to students.

? Participate on or chair committees, task forces, and special projects as requested by the Director for Student Involvement or the Assistant Vice Provost for Student Engagement.

? Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• A Master’s Degree in higher education administration or related field is preferred. Bachelor’s Degree required.

• Minimum two years experience in student activities/campus life required.

• Proven competence in managing logistics for major events.

• Demonstrated ability to advise individual students and student groups.

• Knowledge of college fraternity and sorority systems including experience with multicultural Greek organizations.

• Experience facilitating workshops.

• Experience in budget planning and maintenance.

• Proven oral and written skills.

• Strong problem solving and interpersonal skills required.

• Demonstrated ability to work effectively in an urban, multicultural environment.

• Experience in student engagement and leadership at a private institution preferred.

• A demonstrated interest in and commitment to the mission of a Jesuit Catholic institution.

• Commitment to creating relationships across the University to develop collaborative programs and services.



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USF: Associate Director of Development, School of Management


Associate Director of Development, School of Management

University of San Francisco

Department: Major Gifts

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

USF is a forward-leaning institution that is currently investing in significant growth of its fundraising capacity. The next five years will be especially transformative as increased investments in staffing prepare the Development division for a substantial comprehensive campaign. The Associate Director of Development for the School of Management will play an integral role in this process at an exciting time in the school’s evolution. In 2011 the University purchased 101 Howard, a beautiful historic building in San Francisco’s financial district and moved all of its graduate business programs to that facility. This acquisition raised the profile of the School of Management downtown and in the greater Bay Area and considerably strengthened its positioning as a provider of quality graduate programs for business students in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Shortly, the School of Management will appoint a new Dean who will have the mandate to build upon the historical successes of the school.


Working closely with position’s supervisor, the Director of Development and Global Initiatives for the School of Management and the Dean for the School of Management, the Associate Director of Development for the School of Management, manages relationships and secures support from donors capable of making gifts between $1,000 and $25,000 with a yearly goal of $200,000 in year 1. A key focus of this role will be expanding the major gift pipeline for the School of Management and engaging donors to the School of Management in USF’s upcoming comprehensive campaign.

Job Responsibilities:

The Associate Director of Development will be tasked with helping to build a major gifts program at the School of Management. Key duties and responsibilities for this assignment include:


• Managing a personal portfolio of 125-150 prospects, developing ongoing personal relationships with those prospects as well as internally with stakeholders who can support the deepening of those relationships and securing revenue in support of the School of Management and other University priorities.

• Make 15 to 18 face to face prospects visits monthly.

• With the Director of Development and Global Initiatives for the School of Management, establish a five-year strategy to substantially grow contributions at all levels and through all channels to the School of Management, increasing the number and amount of major gifts the School of Management receives annually.

• Collaborating with the Associate Vice President of Corporation and Foundation Relations, Director of Planned Giving and the Annual Fund staff to ensure coordination with other giving programs.

• Participating in Development division team efforts including solicitation strategy teams for key prospects and internal planning efforts.

• Adhering to University prospect research and management guidelines related to prospects and contact report entry

• Remaining current on programs and faculty/research/student initiatives in the School of Management and at the University as a whole.

• Collaborating with the University’s donor engagement and stewardship team to ensure that all prospects in the Associate Director’s portfolio are being effectively engaged and stewarded.

• Recruit, train, support and recognize volunteer service in the School of Management, as well as the other service boards that make up the University of San Francisco.

• Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• A minimum of a bachelor’s degree with a preference for candidates who have advanced degrees.

• A minimum of 3 years of progressive and successful development experience in the higher education arena, with preference for candidates who have experience with comprehensive campaigns.

• Ability to understand the needs and interest of major/principal donors in order to develop relationships between them and the University, and a demonstrated track record of success with identifying, qualifying, soliciting and stewarding major gift donors.

• Excellent written and oral communication skills, including demonstrated writing and editing skills in the preparation of proposals, and in the drafting of related correspondence, often for the signature of institutional leaders.

• Stellar relationship building skills and ability to build rapport with internal and external stakeholders around innovative ideas and programs, experience working with faculty preferred but not required.

• Commitment to appropriate use of sensitive and confidential constituent data.

• Familiarity with relevant privacy laws.

• Excellent time management and follow-up skills.

• Ability to work well under deadline and to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

• Ability to establish and achieve quantified objectives.

• Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

• Ability to travel around the region and to other areas of the country.

• Must have a valid driver’s license.


PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:

• Self-starter with discipline in establishing and meeting personal and team goals.

• Mission-driven and identifies with the Jesuit principles and goals of USF.

• Possesses a high degree of emotional intelligence, diplomacy and self-awareness.

• Creative, hardworking and committed to successful fundraising.

• Highly attentive to detail.

• Strong communication, organization and strategic thinking skills.

• Collaborative and transparent with ability to make independent decisions when appropriate.



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.


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USF: Lead STEM Instructor


Lead STEM Instructor

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Education

Job Type: Part-Time

Job Summary:

The University of San Francisco is a Jesuit Catholic University founded in 1855 to educate leaders who will fashion a more humane and just world. Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to work in a culturally diverse environment and to contribute to the mission of the University.

The University has hosted a federally funded Trio Upward Bound Program continuously since 1966. Upward Bound is a college preparatory program for high school students from families with low-incomes or with parents who do not have a college degree. The goal of the Upward Bound Math Science Program is to increase the number of students from these backgrounds who complete their college degrees and enter careers in the STEM fields. A group of dedicated staff, students, and parents work to create a learning environment that respects and honors the cultures and histories of diverse populations so that our graduates will use their education to create more just societies here and throughout the world.

The Lead STEM Instructor is responsible for the development of the STEM curriculum and pedagogy implemented by the project and performs both administrative and direct service duties.

The position is split at 1FTE from June 1st through August 31st, and .5FTE from September 1st through May 31st

This would be an ideal opportunity for a current high school teacher to enrich his/her leadership experience and to try out a change of pace in a career path. Upward Bound is leading in developing effective educational projects and the Lead STEM Instructor will be in the forefront of these innovations.

Job Responsibilities:

? Recruits, interviews, selects and supervises all UBMS academic staff (teachers and tutors)

? Identifies with other staff the necessary resources to implement academic year and summer session curriculum (i.e. textbooks, laptop/tablet computers, clickers, science lab supplies, etc.)

? Conducts individual academic entry and exit assessments of participants to create and update Personal Education Plan (PEP) for each participant

? Coordinates assignment, scheduling, and record keeping of participants academic programming and progress toward achieving goals and objectives

? Under the guidance of the STEP Education Coordinator, develops summer session curriculum and schedules students in appropriate courses

? Under the guidance of the STEP Education Coordinator, develops academic year curriculum programming

? Approves all course credit transfers to participant high schools

? Maintains accurate records of all summer session course materials to comply with accreditation requirements of SFUSD and submit grades to School District

? Coordinates all college admissions test applications and preparations sessions

? Provides advocacy on behalf of participants with high school, college admissions, and other youth related officials

? Conducts courses in STEM subjects during Academic Year and Summer Sessions as needed

Minimum Qualifications:

? Master’s Degree in Education or STEM field with Secondary or Community College STEM Teaching Credential

? Two years teaching experience with target population

? Must be computer proficient, with experience managing a database.

Other Responsibilities:

? Extensive knowledge in one or more STEM areas

? Knowledge and experience working with educational equity programs serving a diverse student population.

? Experience working with and motivating STEM teachers in effective pedagogical and social strategies.

? Commitment to the development of innovative, culturally relevant, and engaging curriculum.

? Knowledge and understanding of K-12 education, policies, and educational equity issues.

? Knowledge and experience in development of effective assessment of student learning in the classroom.

? Strong interpersonal skills, including presentation, communication, negotiation, leadership, problem-solving, and conflict resolution, with diverse populations and institutions

? Organizational and project management skills with ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.

? Knowledge of youth and adolescent development theory, including issues facing low income, first generation, and urban youth.

? Demonstrated cultural awareness and the appreciation of the humanity of all with respect to race, gender, ethnicity, and socio-economic status.

? Advanced writing skills with demonstrated experience producing complex reports.



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.


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USF: Program Assistant IV - Graduate Career Services


Program Assistant IV - Graduate Career Services

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Management

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Under the general supervision and direction of the Manager of Operations and Employer Relations, the Program Assistant IV will provide administrative support to SOM’s Graduate Career Services department. The Department’s primary focus includes career management programming, internship/employment opportunities and related professional development events.


Supervisor: Manager, Operations & Employer Relations

Job Responsibilities:

• Provides administrative services and a stable point of contact for the highly dynamic and fast paced Graduate Career Services Department.

• Acts as resource liaison between and among students, faculty, prospects, the University community and members of the public. Must establish and maintain effective working relationships with peers in other offices.

• Helps create a warm, welcoming, receptive environment by greeting and assisting students, staff and other visitors coming into the office. This also includes assisting via web and phone.

• Assists with creation and shared management of Department content such as presentations, promotional materials, spreadsheets, surveys, website text, student resumes, etc.

• Maintains and orders department supplies.

• Prepares departmental purchases, payments, reimbursements, check requests, petty cash, vouchers, etc. for submission to the Office of Finance and Administration.

• Requests campus parking for department guests.

• Assists in the logistical planning and marketing of all Career Services events.

• Event/Advising/Class support will include, but is not limited to the following: coordination of room reservations, guest lists, catering, photography, transportation, financial tracking of event budget, publicity, set-up and feedback surveys.

• Provides support to contractor partners in preparation for their SOM work or projects (scheduling confirmations, promotional content, course materials, etc.)

• Maintains all internship/job postings on the Career Management Portal (Symplicity) and provides employer support as needed.

• Researches Bay Area career opportunities and networking events for student & staff participation.

• Supervises student workers, assigns tasks and evaluates progress.

• Administers Employment Survey and compiles data for internal use and reporting to major publications.

• Implements external communication plan via websites and social media for the Department.

• Works closely with Graduate Student Affairs team to assist with orientation and professional development events.

• Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

Post high school education preferred. Four years of increasingly responsible experience in administrative support work. Experience working in a Career Services or HR/Recruiting department is highly desirable. Strong customer service, teamwork and organizational skills required. Excellent writing and proofreading skills are essential. Previous event planning experience highly desirable. Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines to successful completion. Demonstrates a high level of customer service for all constituents, including students, faculty and guests. Utilizes tact, diplomacy and discretion regarding all interactions with the USF community.

Work schedule is primarily weekdays (Monday – Friday). May be required to work on occasional Saturdays to support Career Services and Graduate Programs. In the event of Saturday work, the Saturday will be traded for another day of the week. Likewise, some days may require working more than 7.5 hours. These hours will be traded for regular work hours in agreement with his/her supervisor.

Other Responsibilities:

Systems experience with the following:

• Symplicity (or similar) for Career Management Portal (Job Database, Scheduling, Subscription Links)

• Microsoft Suite – Especially Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher

• Survey & event management products such as Eventbrite, Survey Monkey

• Survey analysis and reporting via Excel

• Social media experience with LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter including content creation, posting and optimization



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.


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WJU: Dean for Graduate and Professional Programs
The Dean for Graduate and Professional Programs is responsible for all graduate & professional academic personnel and programs (on-line or classroom setting). The Dean will demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit, a commitment to mission, and a commitment to both the faculty and the students. This position reports to the Academic Vice President and is part of the President’s Cabinet.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: •Responsible for all graduate and professional programs including, but not limited to, coordinating assessment and accreditation, building curriculum appropriate to the needs of the University, and reviewing, updating, and approving revisions to the Academic Catalog within his / her programs. •Supervise the development and introduction of new graduate and professional programs including online programs. •Directs the hiring, evaluation, development, retention, notification of non-reappointment, promotion and tenure of graduate or professional faculty members (in cooperation with the Department Chairperson and with advice from Tenure and Promotion Committee). •Participates in establishment of standards for admission and directs the activities of the Director of Enrollment for Graduate and Professional Programs. •Develops, monitors, and adjusts the instructional budget of the graduate and professional programs. •Assists the Academic Vice President with the academic advisement system and, as directed by the Academic Vice President, the academic support systems including the Registrar, the Library, the Media Center, and Academic Resource Center. •Develops and implements class schedules in support of the curriculum and University budget in consultation with the Academic Vice President, department chairs, program directors, and Registrar. •Oversees the academic certification of all Graduate and Professional students, including probation, suspension, dismissal, honors, and graduation. Participates in the annual Commencement and academic convocations. •Coordinates with Institutional Advancement activities for raising funds specifically for strategic initiatives for the Graduate and Professional programs. •Submits an annual report to the President through the Academic Vice President for transmission to the Board of Trustees on the year's activities, accompanied by a prospectus on the activities planned for the coming year.
QUALIFICATIONS: •A Ph.D. or Doctoral degree from an accredited institution of higher education is required, preferably in one of the disciplines represented in the graduate and professional programs being offered. •Minimum 10 years’ experience in higher education as a faculty member and a department chair or above is required. •Experience establishing new and on-line graduate and professional programs preferred. •Substantial experience in teaching and a commitment to academic excellence. •A record of distinguished academic performance and professional service. •Experience developing and managing budgets and personnel. •Demonstrated experience with assessment, accreditation, service learning, and community engagement. •Knowledge of strategic planning and the assessment of learning outcomes and institutional effectiveness. •Demonstrated achievement and success in building teams and leading collaboratively to identify and create opportunities that offer students a vibrant education experience. •Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills necessary for strong management and collegial relationships.
Website: Academic Affairs
Contact Information: Application material must include: •Letter of application describing your relevant experience •Current resume •Contact information for three to five references Send to: Wheeling Jesuit University Director of Human Resources or jobs@wju.edu 316 Washington Avenue Wheeling WV 26003 APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 25, 2014 AS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER, WE ENCOURAGE APPLICATIONS FROM QUALIFIED VIETNAM ERA VETERANS, DISABLED INDIVIDUALS, MINORITIES, AND WOMEN

LOC: Assistant Director of Campus Ministry

Loyola University Maryland is currently looking for an Assistant Director of Campus Ministry who will be responsible to the Director of Campus Ministry for assisting in the spiritual and liturgical life of the Loyola University Maryland community.

Founded in 1852 as a Jesuit, Catholic institution, Loyola University Maryland enrolls more than 3,700 undergraduate and 2,200 graduate students. In keeping with the University''s Jesuit tradition, its educational philosophy focuses on the care and education of the whole person- mind, body, and spirit - and its mission centers on preparing its students to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world. For more information about Loyola University, Maryland, please visit www.loyola.edu.

Candidates must have at minimum a Master''s degree from an accredited institution in a related field such as pastoral ministry, counseling, divinity, theology, or liturgical studies. Experience in Catholic campus ministry and student leadership development preferred. Demonstrated experience in pastoral and spiritual programming, and supervision of students is required.

The review of credentials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. To apply, please apply electronically at https://careers.loyola.edu/ , the electronic application requires a cover letter, resume and list of references. Paper applications will not be accepted.

Loyola University Maryland welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to its educational mission. Loyola is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups, regardless of religious affiliation.



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USF: Director of Executive Education Certificate Programs


Director of Executive Education Certificate Programs

University of San Francisco

Department: School of Management

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Summary:

Under the supervision and direction of the Assistant Dean of Executive Education, the Director of Executive Education Certificate Programs is responsible for the strategic direction, growth, and delivery of non-degree Executive Education Certificate Programs, in conjunction with the faculty, Associate Deans, and Dean of the School of Management. The Director is also responsible for prospect identification and cultivation for the non-degree Executive Education Certificate Programs. The Director will collaborate with other School of Management programs and offices such as the Executive MBA Program, Executive Education Immersion Programs, Graduate Student Affairs, Graduate Career Services, and Alumni and External Relations. The Director plans, directs, and controls budgets for these programs and other related resources. The Director of Executive Education Certificate Programs is the spokesperson for the programs within and outside of the School and University. The Director will ensure that the Executive Education Certificate Programs are effective, innovative, and driven by the pursuit of excellence.


Supervisor: Assistant Dean of Executive Education

Job Responsibilities:

• Oversees the Executive Education Certificate Programs, leading the development, execution, and continued enhancement of program strategy.

• In collaboration with the faculty, Assistant Dean of Executive Education, Associate Deans, and Dean, the Director develops and administers new noncredit professional and certificate programs, courses, seminars and workshops.

• Creates and implements a model which identifies, qualifies, and cultivates new clients and designs a portfolio of executive education certificate programs which meets their educational goals. Clients may include for-profit, not-for-profit, and government entities.

• Manages program design, delivery and follow-up to ensure high levels of client satisfaction.

• Establishes an active pipeline of new and existing clients by creating and maintaining relationships with leading corporations and organizations across diverse geographies and industries.

• Keeps abreast of emerging trends in corporate executive education through participation in external organizations.

• Oversees the implementation of marketing strategies including development of materials, outreach materials, marketing campaigns, and networking.

• Oversees all office operations and development of appropriate processes and procedures to ensure efficient delivery of services.

• Provides fiscal oversight and assists in budget development. Oversees, reviews, and monitors the Executive Education Certificate Programs budget. Prepares reports and keeps detailed records on program status and progress.

• Creates a business development plan for Executive Education Certificate Programs which includes quantifiable goals for revenue generation.

• Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduate degree in business or related field; minimum of 7 years of directly related experience; significant program and operational management experience in executive education; experience in strategic planning, development, design, delivery, and evaluation of executive education certificate programs; strong familiarity with current trends in higher education, MBA programs and business education, business and economic issues; experience in managing/supporting recruitment programs at a university, college or company; knowledge of general management curricula, including familiarity with other institutions’ courses and programs; keen understanding of corporate environment; history of staying abreast of current trends and corporate challenges; experience working closely with broad range of corporate decision makers; excellent ability to establish metrics for department and employee goals; excellent communication skills; excellent skills to work collaboratively and act persuasively in sensitive situations; skills in conflict management techniques; ability to represent the School of Management within and outside USF; team-oriented; commitment to effectiveness and excellence; excellent follow through and responsiveness; dedication to evidence-based decision-making and evaluation; ability to travel locally throughout the Bay Area; commitment to USF’s Mission, Vision and Values.



To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: www.usfjobs.com

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FAU: Fairfield University: Senior Reference Librarian and Instruction Coordinator
Provides dynamic leadership in the development, implementation, promotion, and assessment of the Library’s instruction program. Creates and maintains web-based and print instructional resources. Provides Reference Desk coverage. Participates in the Library Liaison program.
MLS from ALA accredited program. Two or more years professional academic reference department experience required. Teaching experience using active learning techniques and demonstrated ability to plan user education programs. Demonstrated technological competencies. Must be self-directed, well organized, and able to meet deadlines and multiple demands. Demonstrated ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, with a variety of audiences. Flexibility, creativity, energy, and ability to work in a changing environment, and with colleagues in a goal-oriented library team. Highly Desirable: Innovative application of web-based tools and software in the design and delivery of instruction. Second Master’s degree in a related field.
Website: Library
Contact Information: If interested, please go to www.fairfield.edu/jobs to electronically submit a resume, cover letter, telephone numbers/e-mail addresses of three references, and employment application. Preference given to applications received by May 15.

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