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1Water/Wastewater
Location: Columbia, MD 21044
Classified Water/Wastewater Operator Sr. Operator Maryland Environmental Service seeks an experienced Operator to join our team in Upper Marlboro, MD. Must have HS Diploma/GED & 3yrs experience working in W/WW or industrial WW treatment systems. See job description for required certs/licenses. Apply at www.menv.com/ careers. We offer an excellent benefits pkg! EOE  Read More
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2Child Development Instructor 201
Location: Oceanside, CA 92056
Classified Child Development Instructor 2018

MiraCosta College

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

Discipline or Department: Child Development/Early Childhood Education
Position Type: Full-time Faculty
Hourly Rate or Monthly Salary:

Closing Date:

First Screening Date: Open until Filled. Submission deadline for 1st screening of applications is Tues., Feb. 13, 2018.

Basic Function and Other Details:
POSITION AVAILABLE:
MiraCosta College's Child Development Department invites applications for a full-time (10 months per year), tenure-track faculty position beginning in August, 2018. The ideal candidate will share MiraCosta's commitment to educating its racially and socioeconomically diverse student population. Principle responsibilities include teaching a variety of child development courses, both on-ground and online. The person selected will share leadership roles with other full-time instructors in developing curriculum, in using culturally responsive pedagogical techniques, and in coordinating the overall program.

BACKGROUND:
The Child Development Department includes both Child Development and Education. Students take courses to build skills for success in the workplace, in preparation for transfer as child development majors, and to fulfill general education requirements. Our department currently consists of four full-time faculty members, with one of those faculty members responsible for directing our Child Development Center, which is connected to our main child development classroom and is used by students in our classes for observations, curriculum implementation, service learning, and student teaching. We are committed to maintaining a strong connection between our college courses and our lab school (Child Development Center), as well as to providing students with a learning experience that includes high expectations, inclusive classroom practices, and a high degree of professionalism.

MiraCosta was designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) as well as a military-friendly organization, reflecting the responsibility the college has to the educational attainment and economic well-being of the surrounding community. MiraCosta currently enrolls approximately 20,000 students, the majority of whom are from racially minoritized populations. In the Child Development Department, 47% of the students are Latinx, 5% Asian-American, 5% African-American, 7% multiracial and 35% white. The successful candidate will join a campus that provides a robust offering of culturally responsive events, including speaker series dedicated to heritage month events through the Social Justice and Equity Center, and is committed to closing equity gaps.

To view the Child Development Department website, go to www.miracosta.edu/Instruction/ChildDevelopment

MiraCosta College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing an educational environment that affirms and supports diversity in its faculty, staff, and administration, and promoting an environment of inclusion. The college's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is expressed in the policy found at http://www.miracosta.edu/officeofthepresident/board/downloads/3400BP-Diversity-Equity-Inclusion-Adopted4-6-16.pdf.

Representative Duties:
(E = essential job function)

Duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Teach a variety of child development courses, including both online and on-ground courses. (E)

2. Integrate the latest research and utilize a variety of culturally responsive teaching strategies to promote student learning and student success. (E)

3. In close cooperation with other faculty in the department, provide leadership in curriculum development, program review, and mentoring of associate faculty. (E)

4. Advise students about program requirements and facilitate student acquisition of certificates, degrees, and teaching permits. (E)

5. Assist in recruiting students and promoting the child development program through participation in college and community events, student clubs, and educational outreach.

6. Participate in articulation with high schools and transfer institutions.

7. Work with other child development faculty to maintain certification programs and coordinate student internships.

8. Work with the Child Development Advisory Committee to serve the needs of the community and update the curriculum.

9. Coordinate local and state grants, and participate on local and state committees related to services and/or advocacy for children and families. (E)

10. Participate in institutional service and collegial governance (e.g., governance councils, advisory committees, working conditions committees, ad hoc committees, task forces, and standards groups); and active involvement in department and/or program functioning (e.g., serving on hiring committees, faculty evaluation, and department meetings). (E)

11. Participate in the development, assessment and evaluation of student learning outcomes (SLOs). (E)

12. Participate in the tenure review process as described in the "Criteria for Evaluation" at http://www.miracosta.edu/administrative/hr/downloads/CriteriaForEvaluation.pdf.

Minimum Qualifications:
To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:

1. Master's degree in Child Development (CD); Early Childhood Education (ECE); Human Development; Educational Psychology with a specialization in CD/ECE; Home Economics/Family and Consumer Studies with a specialization in CD/ECE; or Human Development and Psychology (an approved comparable degree at MiraCosta College); OR

2. Bachelor's degree in any of the majors listed above AND a Master's degree in Bilingual/Bicultural Education; Educational Supervision; Elementary Education; Family and Consumer Studies; Family Life Studies; Life Management/Home Economics; Psychology; Social Work; or Special Education; OR

3. the equivalent. Applicants who do not possess the EXACT degree major(s) listed above must attach an equivalency narrative and supporting documentation at the time of application. Instructions can be found at http://www.miracosta.edu/administrative/hr/downloads/Equivalency_009.pdf; OR

4. a fully satisfied, lifetime California Community College credential authorizing instruction in the appropriate subject matter; AND

5. sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.

Desirable Qualifications:
1. Recent, successful experience teaching at the college level, as well as experience working in programs for young children and/or families.

2. Experience or familiarity with student and program learning outcomes development and assessment.

3. Ability to design and assess culturally responsive curriculum and teaching pedagogy related to student learning needs.

4. Demonstrated success in helping students from historically underrepresented and/or marginalized groups, nontraditional students, speakers of other languages, and students with learning disabilities.

5. Experience collaborating with faculty or community leaders in programs or initiatives that are specifically designed to help historically underrepresented students achieve their educational goals.

6. Commitment to work closely with child development center staff on program issues and the integration of theory and practice.

7. Experience with online teaching and pedagogy.

8. Demonstrated leadership and advocacy in the field of early childhood education, and active participation in local and statewide child development communities.

9. Knowledge of the system of regulations regarding employment and credentialing of early childhood and elementary TK-grade five.

10. In addition to being well qualified to teach, additional abilities and interests in contributing to other professional pursuits at the College, such as: instructional innovation, second language ability, sponsoring clubs, new program development, student success initiatives, and community outreach.

11. Ability to communicate professionally and clearly, both orally and in writing; experience writing grant reports, program review, student learning outcomes reports, etc., preferred.

12. Evidence of a strong commitment to teach and remain current in the field of early childhood education.

13. Demonstrated commitment to the community college mission of providing instruction to students of diverse abilities, interests, and cultural backgrounds.

14. Commitment to examine, reflect, and modify instructional, relational, and classroom and counseling practices to more effectively engage and support disproportionately impacted student populations with a goal of closing equity gaps (see Student Equity website at http://www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/studentequity/index.html).

15. Ability to contribute to the mission of the college.

Licenses and Other Requirements:

Working Hours: WORKLOAD AND OTHER EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION: This position is a 10-month, 176 day contract. The standard contractual work week for this position is forty (40) hours consisting of thirty (30) hours of instructional time, curriculum development, preparation and student evaluation (contact hours and preparation hours). The remaining time will consist of five (5) student hours (of which at least two (2) hours must be designated office hours), and five (5) institutional service hours. The person selected for this position will be assigned a Faculty Service Area (FSA) in Child Development/Early Childhood Education and will be subject to assignment to any district facility during any hours of operation. Adherence to all District policies and procedures is expected.
Type of Benefits: SALARY AND BENEFITS: For current salary schedule and salary class descriptions, go to http://www.miracosta.edu/administrative/hr/downloads/SalaryScheduleAndSalaryClassDescrip2017-18.pdf. MiraCosta College offers a comprehensive package of benefits, which includes employer-paid medical, dental, and vision plans for employee and dependents; $100,000 employee life insurance; and other optional coverages. Faculty members are also covered under the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS).

Special Instructions to Applicants: APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Apply and submit application materials online at https://jobs.miracosta.edu. Once you're in the online system, we strongly advise you to read the information on "How to Apply" and the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) before starting the application process.

Complete application packets submitted through the online system by Tuesday, February 13, 2018, will be included in the first screening. Additional applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

Submit the following documents directly in the online system:

1. a completed MiraCosta College Application for Academic Employment;

2. a cover letter addressed to the Selection Committee discussing your strengths and weaknesses as they apply to the desirable qualifications and representative duties stated in the position announcement;

3. teaching philosophy statement (attach this to the "Other Document 1" link), addressing questions such as

a. What do you feel are the best strategies for supporting students who have been historically marginalized?

b. What role should faculty play in student success?

c. Think of the most successful class you have taught. What were the key factors in creating that success, particularly for Black/African-American, Latinx, and Native-American students?

d. Describe how your teaching approach has changed over the years. Provide examples of what motivated the change(s);

4. a curriculum vitae or resume summarizing your educational background and experience;

5. three recent letters of recommendation (must be dated and signed). Letters need not be confidential. If you already have letters of recommendation in your possession, you may attach them yourself when attaching the other required documents in the online application system. If you would prefer, or if your letter writers would prefer to submit a confidential letter, you can enter their names and e-mail addresses in the online system, and the system will send an e-mail requesting them to submit a letter of recommendation via our online system. IMPORTANT: The system will NOT e-mail your letter writers until you have completely finished applying and receive a confirmation number from the system. Therefore, if you use this option, it is recommended that you finish applying at least 7 days prior to the closing date so that your letter writers have enough time to submit their letters. NOTE: Entering your letter writers' names and email addresses in order for them to receive an email generated by the system is a separate step from just listing them in the "References" section of the Application for Academic Employment;

6. two sample syllabi, written by you, for two of the following courses: children in a diverse society, children with special needs, infant/toddler, child/family/community, or any curriculum course (art, music, math/science, language/literature, or program planning);

7. a sample syllabus, written by you, for a core child development course (child growth & development; or child, family & community). Attach this to the "Other Document 2" link.

8. a sample exam, written by you, for a course taught recently;

9. Transcripts. a. Transcripts of ALL college degrees/coursework needed to qualify for this position; unofficial or legible copies are acceptable but must indicate that the degree(s) has been conferred, if applicable. A diploma will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An equivalency narrative and supporting documentation must be submitted at the time of application if (i) you do not possess the EXACT degree major(s) listed in the Minimum Qualifications section or (ii) your qualifying degree will not be awarded before the position begins. (View the instructions for equivalency requests at http://www.miracosta.edu/administrative/hr/downloads/Equivalency_009.pdf.)

If your qualifying degree is in progress but will be conferred BEFORE the position begins in August 2018, then you must also include a written statement from your adviser indicating the anticipated degree CONFERRAL date.

All degrees and units used to satisfy the minimum qualifications must be from postsecondary institutions accredited by an accreditation agency recognized by either the U.S. Department of Education or the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation. If your degree/coursework is from a college or university anywhere outside of the United States, you must submit a detailed evaluation from a professional evaluation agency. A partial list of agencies can be found at http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf. Transcripts or translations in English still require the evaluation to show the U.S. equivalence of your degree.

b. If needed to meet the minimum qualifications, a copy (front and back) of your fully satisfied, lifetime California Community College credential authorizing instruction in the appropriate subject matter.

NOTE: When you "APPLY FOR THIS POSTING," you will eventually be asked to answer the additional question(s) listed below. Your answers will appear toward the bottom of the application form.

-- MiraCosta College is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to diversity. We strive to be a model for equity and inclusion, effectively supporting students from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds who possess a range of abilities, academic preparation, and life experiences. Please describe what qualifications and/or experiences have prepared you to contribute to the fulfillment of the College's goals for equity and inclusion.

-- What experience, certification, or professional development do you have in teaching online? Attach documentation, if applicable.

-- Provide examples of ways you connect theory and practice, and utilize experiential learning, in your teaching (e.g., working in or with a lab school, having students implement activities in a lab school, assigning service learning, mentoring students who are enrolled in internship courses).

-- Briefly describe your accomplishments in curriculum development (e.g., course outlines written) and collaboration (e.g., clubs, committees, grants).

Individuals with qualified disabilities who need accommodation with any aspect of the application and/or interview process should contact Human Resources at 760.795.6854 at least five days prior to the closing date.

The screening and interview committee will review application materials two to five weeks following the closing date. Applicants selected for interview will be contacted by phone; those not selected will be notified by e-mail. For interviewees, the selection process will include a panel interview, as well as possible teaching demonstration and written exercise. Interview candidates coming from out of state or over 300 miles away will be reimbursed for travel expenses up to $500 for both initial and final interviews.

Human Resources Contact Information:
jobs@miracosta.edu or 760.795.6854

About MiraCosta College
The MiraCosta Community College District is one of California's 112 public community colleges. The district includes the communities of Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Cardiff, Olivenhain, Leucadia, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, and parts of Carmel Valley.

MiraCosta offers associate degrees, university-transfer courses, career-and-technical education, certificate programs, basic-skills education, and lifelong-learning opportunities that strengthen the economic, cultural, social, and educational well-being of the communities it serves.

The district consists of three campus sites and a robust online education program. The Oceanside Campus, serving about 12,000 credit students, has been located since 1964 on a panoramic 121-acre hilltop site with views of the ocean and mountains. The San Elijo Campus is located in Cardiff, 17 miles south of Oceanside, on 48 acres below the bluffs overlooking the San Elijo Lagoon Reserve. The San Elijo Campus opened in September 1988, and now attracts about 3,000 credit students. The Community Learning Center in downtown Oceanside hosts about 4,000 students in the college's noncredit classes including English as a Second Language, the Adult High School Diploma Program, and other tuition-free, noncredit classes as well as some college credit classes.


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3Marketing and Communications Man
Location: University Park, PA 16802
Classified Marketing and Communications Manager 4 (Assistant Director, Issues Communications)

The Office of Strategic Communications - Penn State's central news, public relations, and marketing divisionis looking for an Assistant Director for Issues Communications to join our team. This newly created position, which will report to the Associate Vice President for News and Media Relations (NMR) and work closely with the NMR senior director, will serve as one of the day-to-day leads on issues and crises facing the University. We are seeking an agile leader with issues and crisis experience who can effectively coordinate issues-based initiatives with our highly collaborative social media, proactive media, and internal public relations teams. This individual will help incorporate proven best-practice strategies into our issues management and crisis communications, understand news cycles and anticipate key communications opportunities and milestones, and effectively engage with top-tier media. The ability to work closely with senior leadership realizing University communications goals and objectives is critical. Understanding how challenges facing the nation and the University might impact students, faculty, senior administrators, and other key audiences is crucial. This position requires a thorough understanding of digital communications and the ability to recommend appropriate social media strategies/tactics to reach key audiences and disseminate core messages and information. Responsibilities include overseeing the development of media statements focused on the University's overall reputation, writing key narratives, and creating high-quality materials such as position papers and fact sheets. The successful candidate will work on processes and protocols for updating internal audiences and tracking emerging and continuing issues, coordinate and provide media training and preparation, support Penn State's various campus locations as issues emerge, and be available to respond to crisis situations. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus eight years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Master's Degree preferred in communications, public relations, journalism, English, marketing, business, or similar field. Strong attention to detail, experience managing multiple ongoing priorities, and the ability to maintain quality and composure in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment are essential. Experience building relationships and working effectively with diverse stakeholders such as legal and senior-level executives are highly desired. This is a fixed-term position with an excellent possibility of refunding.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/78663

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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4Application Administrator, Enter
Location: Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Classified Application Administrator, Enterprise Systems Team
Information Technology Services
its.ucsc.edu

Job #: 1807934

Full Time; Career
Starting Salary Range: $95,000-$110,000/annually. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

UCSC strives to embrace diversity in all its forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened & productive environment.

Involves providing a variety of IT services. Assignments may include database administration, application programming, IT project management, systems administration, systems and process analysis, security, solution development and maintenance, business technical support or a combination of these and / or other IT functions. Note: If 50% or more of the position is in a defined function, the position should be placed in that function.

Applies advanced IT professional concepts and campus objectives to resolve highly complex issues in one or more IT areas of specialization where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Recommends and may select methods, techniques and evaluation criteria to obtain results.

Designs, builds and supports enterprise information systems with a focus on security, stability, and performance. Collaborates with functional users, business analysts, developers and system administrators to define requirements, create technical specifications, install and customize applications. Monitors performance and security posture. Addresses security vulnerabilities. Utilizes IaaS tools to automate the deployment and management of cloud-based infrastructures.

The Enterprise Systems Team (EST), part of the Applications and Project Management (APM) department, provides application administration and database support for critical systems such as the Academic Information System (AIS), Web Content Management (WCMS), and Identity Management (IdM).

Working at UCSC puts you in the center of a world class hub of teaching and research, in a setting of incredible natural beauty, with a team of dedicated, professional colleagues. Information Technology Services (ITS) at UC Santa Cruz offers the campus a wide range of systems and services that support instruction, research and operations.

- We are a group of enthusiastic people who produce extraordinary results.
- We value a workplace where individuals know that they can truly make a difference.
- We value people who care about each other, the quality of our services, and the satisfaction of our customers.

Come work with us! We're looking for bright and energetic people who want to make a difference.

Qualifications include:

In-depth knowledge of various areas of IT. Broad knowledge of the IT environment.

Demonstrated advanced knowledge, skills and abilities associated with system problem identification and resolution. Knowledge necessary to design, set up, operate and correct malfunctions involving technology systems. Experience in incident response and digital forensics, including data collection, examination and analysis.

Advanced knowledge of business and process analysis functions.. Knowledge of the design, development and application of technology and systems to meet business needs.

Familiarity with logical data design and data mapping or data conversion.

Advanced knowledge of computer security tools, best practices and policies including demonstrated experience securing server-based software. Advanced knowledge of computer security tools, best practices and policies including demonstrated experience securing server-based software. Demonstrated skill at analyzing and preventing security incidents of high complexity. Strong security skills for protecting the operating system, software, data and hardware.

Selected candidate will be required to pass a criminal history background check.

Position is open until filled; Initial Review Date: 05-15-2018

APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO USE THE UCSC ON-LINE PROCESS
View full job description and access on-line application:
https://jobs.ucsc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=70701

To ensure review of application materials by the hiring unit they must be submitted electronically via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site (https://jobs.ucsc.edu ) on or before the initial review date (IRD). A computer is available at the UCSC Staff Human Resources Office located at Scotts Valley Center (SVC), 100 Enterprise Way, Suite E100, Scotts Valley, CA 95066. To learn more or to request disability accommodation call 831-459-2009. Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service 800-735-2922. The University of California, Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




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5Part-time Temporary Lecturers -
Classified The Department Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, Santa Barbara invites applications for part-time temporary lecturers to teach in the area of Organic Chemistry. The first review date is May 14th, 2018. The posting will remain open until October 31, 2018, to accommodate department needs. If you would like to continue to be considered after that time, and the pooled position is advertised again, you will need to submit a new application.

Temporary appointment positions are variable in terms of percentage of time with the possibility of reappointment that is dependent upon performance and departmental needs. Salary is based on UC's salary scales and depends upon qualifications.

The minimum requirements for applicants must have completed all requirements for a PhD in chemistry or a related field, except the dissertation at the time of application. Degree must be conferred by the time of appointment. Preferred qualifications is the ability to organize and instruct laboratory courses in modern organic chemistry techniques at the introductory level, as well as offer lecture courses in organic chemistry. Teaching experience, as is experience with large lecture formats (>250 students), and managing teaching assistances. Knowledge of open source online content, such as Moodle, and the use of technology in the classroom, such as iclicker, high academic achievement, excellent interpersonal skills exemplary teaching and mentoring is highly desired.

The department is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through teaching and service.

Applications are only accepted online via the UC Recruit system. Applicants must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and arrange to have three letters of recommendations sent on their behalf tohttps://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF01244, teaching evaluations (if available).

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.



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6Chief Legal Counsel
Location: Albuquerque, NM 87131
Classified Chief Legal Counsel, University of New Mexico

The University of New Mexico is seeking a highly qualified attorney with outstanding judgment, leadership, strategic thinking, management skills, and an informed problem-solving approach to serve as its next Chief Legal Counsel. The Chief Legal Counsel should advance the University's missions and strategic goals by anticipating, understanding, and explaining the legal ramifications of important issues in higher education and how they impact the University. The Chief Legal Counsel reports directly to the President of the University, and counsels the Regents of the University, President, and other senior executive and academic leadership of all campuses of the University by providing strategic guidance, consultation, and support on a comprehensive range of legal and related issues. This position oversees and manages the provision of all legal services to the University to ensure maximum protection of its legal rights and to maintain its operations in compliance with applicable laws. The Chief Legal Counsel oversees and directs the operations of the Office of Chief Legal Counsel and supervises the work of legal staff. The current legal office is comprised of approximately a dozen attorneys, plus paralegals and support staff. See: https://counsel.unm.edu/

Founded in 1889 as New Mexico's flagship institution, The University of New Mexico main campus now occupies nearly 800 acres near old Route 66 in the heart ofAlbuquerque, a metropolitan area of more than 500,000 people. From the magnificent mesas to the west, past the banks of the historic Rio Grande to the Sandia Mountains to the east, Albuquerque is a blend of culture and cuisine, styles and stories, people, pursuits and panoramas.UNM today comprises 15 schools and colleges, across arts and sciences, education, business, health sciences, and other disciplines. The UNM Health Sciences campus adjoins the main campus in Albuquerque, and UNM also has five branch campuses across the state. Further information about the University of New Mexico is available at http://www.unm.edu/.

Qualifications and Benefits:
Required qualifications include a Juris Doctorate from an American Bar Association accredited law school, and at least 10 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities of the position. The selected candidate must be a member in good standing of NM State Bar, or eligible to become a member of the NM State Bar within one year from being hired. Competitive compensation and a full range of University benefits will be included as part of the appointment.

Further Information, Nominations and Applications:
The University is being assisted in this search by William F. Howard, Esq. and Academic Search, Inc. Further information about the opportunity will be available in a full leadership profile on the website of www.Academic-Search.com, by clicking on the "Current Searches" tab. Applications, nominations, and expressions of interest can be submitted electronically, and in confidence to UNMCLC@academic-search.com. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until an appointment is made, and should be received by no later than May 30, 2018 to receive full consideration. Confidential discussions may be arranged by contacting William Howard at wfh@academic-search.com.

The University of New Mexico is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. We are committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce and are dedicated to the goal of building an inclusive and pluralistic faculty and staff. We are committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment.


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7Vice Chancellor for Finance and
Location: Eau Claire, WI 54701
Classified The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration

The University. The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is a breakout leader for academic excellence and high-impact practices in the UW System. Consistently ranked among the top five public Midwestern universities, UW-Eau Claire recently earned the top national award for undergraduate research collaboration, a 50-year faculty-student tradition with global impact. This campus is known for natural beauty, spanning a winding river, and its hilltop residence halls overlook magnificent views of the Chippewa Valley. More than 10,500 students are drawn to this vibrant hub where innovation, leadership, diversity and inclusion are core values. Groundbreaking community partnerships in manufacturing, business, health care and the cultural arts produce myriad opportunities for scholarship and internship. Average class size is 27 with a faculty/student ratio of 1:21. The University is noted for low debt for graduates and high value at a competitive tuition rate. The growing city of Eau Claire is located about 90 miles east of Minneapolis, with a population of about 70,000 that swells to 170,000 in spring and summer, when a half-dozen major music festivals draw visitors to the "Music Capital of the North." The vibe on campus and in the surrounding community is one of boundless possibility and lifelong learning. Come grow with us!

Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration (VCFA). The VCFA provides leadership and vision in financial planning, management and oversight for the Chancellor and the University's senior leaders, shared governance leaders, student leaders and other stakeholders in meeting the mission and strategic goals of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Serving as the chief financial officer for the institution and reporting directly to the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration serves as a member of the Chancellor's executive team and is a key liaison with the University of Wisconsin System Administration. Budgetary responsibilities include stewardship of an annual institutional operating budget of approximately $237 million.

Click here to view a two-minute video in which UW-Eau Claire Chancellor James Schmidt and other campus leaders discuss the vision and possibilities for Finance and Administration.

Responsibilities. The Vice Chancellor provides vision, leadership and direction to the new finance and administrative division, which includes the following units:
The Administrative and Knowledge Support Center (ASK), a one-stop administrative support center that includes:
- Firstsource Support Team/Travel
- Accounting
- Accounts Payable
- Purchasing
- Risk Management and Safety
Budget and Resource Planning
Human Resources
The Children's Nature Academy, an early childhood education and care center
University Centers, the student union
University Police

The new Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration will be asked to develop processes and structures that will centralize budgeting and finance support for all divisions. This will include Academic Affairs, Housing and Residence Life, Athletics, Facilities, etc.

Qualifications. The successful candidate will be an innovative, collaborative and experienced leader with a track record of progressive management success in a university or similarly complex setting. The successful candidate will demonstrate planning, resource development and project management skills; possess exceptional analytical skills and the ability to provide university leadership with budget models to enhance strategic decision making; and have experience dealing with governing boards and municipalities, and managing a variety of campus administrative functions. In addition, the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration will demonstrate the capacity to lead staff through organizational change. The incumbent will appreciate the academic mission, approach tasks with a "people" orientation, and possess the ability to tell complicated financial stories in ways that enlighten and engage people inside and outside the University.

Required qualifications include a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution; demonstrated ability to develop, analyze and implement long-term sustainable financial models; the ability to perform advanced analytics in support of strategic decision-making; and supervisory experience overseeing multi-disciplinary operational units in a complex organization, including service-focused units. Preferred qualifications include the following: a master's degree (or equivalent) or terminal degree from an accredited institution; a degree in administration or a business-related field is an asset; experience with public-private partnerships; a well-developed knowledge and ability to interpret and apply federal and state laws and regulations; a working knowledge of current financial information systems, web technology and database applications; and evidence of progressively responsible senior leadership in finance, budgeting and planning for complex organizations such as health care, higher education or county, municipal or state government.

Application. The University is being assisted by Academic Search, Inc. Applications should consist of a substantive cover letter, a curriculum vitae and a list of five professional references with full contact information. No references will be contacted without the explicit permission of the candidate. Applications, nominations and expressions of interest can be submitted electronically, and in confidence, to:
UWEC-VCFA@academic-search.com.

The position is open until filled but only applications received by July 6, 2018 can be assured full consideration. Additional qualifications and responsibilities can be found under Current Searches at www.academic-search.com. Confidential discussions about this opportunity may be arranged by contacting consultants Ann Die Hasselmo at Ann.Hasselmo@academic-search.com and Chris Butler at Chris.Butler@academic-search.com. For more information on UW-Eau Claire, please see http://www.uwec.edu.

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Location: Eau Claire, WI 54701
Classified The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management

The University. The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is a breakout leader for academic excellence and high-impact practices in the UW System. Consistently ranked among the top five public Midwestern universities, UW-Eau Claire recently earned the top national award for undergraduate research collaboration, a 50-year faculty-student tradition with global impact. This campus is known for natural beauty, spanning a winding river, and its hilltop residence halls overlook magnificent views of the Chippewa Valley. More than 10,500 students are drawn to this vibrant hub where innovation, leadership, diversity and inclusion are core values. Groundbreaking community partnerships in manufacturing, business, health care and the cultural arts produce myriad opportunities for scholarship and internship. Average class size is 27 with a faculty/student ratio of 1:21. The University is noted for low debt for graduates and high value at a competitive tuition rate. The growing city of Eau Claire is located about 90 miles east of Minneapolis, with a population of about 70,000 that swells to 170,000 in spring and summer, when a half-dozen major music festivals draw visitors to the "Music Capital of the North." The vibe on campus and in the surrounding community is one of boundless possibility and lifelong learning. Come grow with us!

Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management. This is a newly-created position with a broad portfolio. The next Vice Chancellor will join a highly functioning and successful leadership team with a positive working relationship during a dynamic period in the life of the University. The University has seen steady increases in its enrollment over the past four years, now numbering 10,737 students (9,685 FTE.) The incoming class has also increased steadily during that time, increasing from 2,010 in 2014 to 2,337 in 2017. The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire seeks a dynamic individual with proven leadership skills to guide campus enrollment management. Reporting directly to the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management will create a strong enrollment management plan, work collaboratively across the university to implement it and reach its goals. For this new position, UW-Eau Claire is seeking candidates who have a strong record of leading institutions in setting, meeting and exceeding recruitment, retention and graduation goals for undergraduate and graduate programs.

The Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management (VCEM) is a senior administrator, serving on the Chancellor's executive leadership team and representing the University to the UW System. As a colleague and partner with the executive team, the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management works collaboratively across divisions to guide and advise the Chancellor and University leadership on enrollment management.

Click here to view a three-minute video in which UW-Eau Claire Chancellor James Schmidt and other campus leaders discuss the vision and possibilities for Enrollment Management.

Responsibilities. The responsibilities of this position are broad. The new VCEM will lead the successful creation and ongoing operation of the new division of Enrollment Management, in support of university goals. The VCEM will oversee the following units:
Admissions
Advising, Retention, and Career Center
Athletics
Blugold Central (a one-stop student support center that includes the Bursar, Financial Aid, Records and Registration, Continuing Education, Small Business Development Center and Parking and Transportation Services)
Housing and Residence Life programming
Recreation and Sport Operations

In addition, the VCEM will coordinate enrollment management efforts at UW-Barron County, a two-year branch campus. The VCEM will foster and grow collegial partnerships with Academic Affairs and Student Affairs & Equity, Diversity and Inclusion to engage faculty and staff in enrollment management. This requires leadership and followership, vision and grassroots effort and the ability to get things done. The selected individual will also work closely with Integrated Marketing and Communications and the UW-Eau Claire Foundation in support of enrollment management goals.

Qualifications. The successful candidate will be an experienced higher education administrator with the vision, energy and leadership skills needed to engage the University in achieving ambitious goals. Additionally, the selected candidate will have proven success in leading best-practice recruitment, financial aid and retention efforts for public and/or private universities. Experience with recruitment of traditional undergraduate and transfer students is essential; experience growing and shaping enrollment of multicultural and high-ability students is an asset. The Vice Chancellor should be skilled at hiring, motivating and developing staff, fostering teamwork and managing change.

Required qualifications include a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution; demonstrated success in developing, implementing, championing and meeting enrollment goals in a public or private college or university; experience working with diverse populations; and supervisory experience. Preferred qualifications consist of a master's degree (or equivalent) or terminal degree from an accredited institution; a proven ability to improve student retention at a public or private university or college; and leadership in relevant professional and community organizations.

Application. The University is being assisted by Academic Search, Inc. Applications should consist of a substantive cover letter, a curriculum vitae and a list of five professional references with full contact information. No references will be contacted without the explicit permission of the candidate. Applications, nominations and expressions of interest can be submitted electronically, and in confidence, to:
UWEC-VCEM@academic-search.com.

The position is open until filled but only applications received by July 6, 2018 can be assured full consideration. Additional qualifications and responsibilities can be found under Current Searches at www.academic-search.com. Confidential discussions about this opportunity may be arranged by contacting consultants Ann Die Hasselmo at Ann.Hasselmo@academic-search.com and Chris Butler at Chris.Butler@academic-search.com. For more information on UW-Eau Claire, please see www.uwec.edu.

UW-Eau Claire is an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disability employer dedicated to enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion.


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9Marketing Lecturer
Location: New London, CT 06320
Classified The United States Coast Guard Academy has an opening for a Marketing Lecturer, AD 1710-00 (Part time 32 hours per week) NTE 7/23/2019. Please go to http://www.cga.edu for the complete job description and application instructions.



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10Administrative Support Coordinat
Location: University Park, PA 16802
Classified Administrative Support Coordinator 2 (Admissions Coordinator)

Penn State Law's Office of Admissions in University Park is seeking a professional to fill the role of Administrative Support Coordinator (Admissions Coordinator). The Admissions Coordinator will serve as the lead administrative support for the Admissions office particularly focused on applicant data management but also ensuring schedules are maintained and deadlines met. Responsibilities fall into several categories: Office Administrative Support: Maintain applicant files and administrative support manual; Initiate human resources forms and approve as authorized; maintain various distribution lists and communicate with internal constituencies; maintain Admissions Staff calendars and manage appointments; arrange multi-office meetings; distribute mail; ensure applicant materials are mailed timely and correctly; prepare expense reports in ERS; Attend team meetings and take notes as needed; research, compile, and review information for various projects and distribute information as needed. Data Management: receive, verify, and validate applicant data and application maintenance; preparing and assigning applications for review; enter and update applicant statuses; create, compile, and review data reports for use by admissions staff. Visitor Assistance: Answer phones and respond to inquiries or re-route calls as appropriate; greet and liaise with visitors; provide answers to questions and respond to issues; schedule visits for admitted and prospective students. Recruitment Support: Assist Admissions Staff with coordinating or planning travel including air, car, and hotels; prepare and distribute travel itineraries; assist with planning of recruitment events on campus; monitor budgets for recruitment events and other recruitment budgets; inventory and order various recruitment materials and office supplies. Oversight of Work Study Students: Supervise and train student workers on various tasks (e.g., creating admission packets, responding to basic inquiries, answering questions by phone); direct student workers tasks to support office needs. Periodic weekend or evenings are required and will be compensated with comp time or overtime as appropriate. Desired qualities include extraordinary attention to detail, exceptional organizational skills, a keen ability to learn, critical thinking skills, a positive attitude and welcoming demeanor, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and a self-starting work ethic. We also seek candidates demonstrating strong emotional intelligence, a team-oriented philosophy, and a desire to work in a fast-paced, collegial office. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A demonstrated familiarity with social media platforms, CRM software, and complex databases is strongly preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite required. The position will remain open until filled.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/78958

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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11Gift Planning Specialist 4 (Gift
Location: University Park, PA 16802
Classified Gift Planning Specialist 4 (Gift Planning Officer)

Penn State's Office of Gift Planning helps the University's supporters to achieve their philanthropic and financial goals and secures $90 to $100 million each year in planned gifts for the University. As Penn State begins a new strategic fundraising campaign, A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence, a highly experienced and motivated gift planning specialist is needed to work in close collaboration with both gift planning and fundraising colleagues to:

* Creating, guiding, and implementing gift planning strategies for individual prospects and assigned units across the University.

* Managing a personal portfolio of prospects not to exceed 75 relationships and soliciting planned gifts in collaboration with other University staff.

* Establish and implement the strategic direction of gift planning programs with assigned liaison units and with individual prospects.

* Manage the identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of gift planning prospects while ensuring the application of appropriate policies and best practices.

* Personally maintain a portfolio of prospects and complete, in person and in partnership with development colleagues, a minimum of nine gift planning solicitations at the $100,000 level and higher.

* Maintain and enhance stewardship for all gift planning donors and promote the Atherton Society and its events as recognition for these donors.

* Inform all of these activities with a comprehensive, up-to-date understanding of complex outright gifts, life-income and estate gifts, family wealth planning, and multigenerational strategies to secure transformational gifts.

* Leading educational seminars for fundraisers and collaborating in the creation of marketing materials for donors that highlight gift planning opportunities.

* Promoting and enhancing stewardship of all Penn State gift planning donors.

This position typically requires a bachelor's degree or higher plus five years of related experience. The position demands:

* Experience in designing and administering a collaborative, donor-centered gift planning program for an educational institution or other not-for-profit sectors

* The ability to understand and communicate about complex gift planning issues, including estate and wealth management ant tax regulations

* A proven ability to self-motivate and work both independently and as part of a team

* A passion for higher education and an understanding of complex institutions

* An appreciation and understanding of diverse audiences and communities.

The Office of Gift Planning (http://giftplanning.psu.edu)
Penn State's Office of Gift Planning draws upon a broad range of expertise to fulfill donors' philanthropic wishes in coordination with their overall financial and estate planning and to create innovative new vehicles and strategies for maximizing the value and impact of planned gifts. Our team helps donors with everything from simple bequests to gifts of retirement-plan assets, real estate, and appreciated securities, as well as life-income vehicles, crafting meaningful gifts to the University that can also benefit donors and their families. Penn State's Gift Planning professionals also work closely with development staff in colleges and at campuses across the University, integrating gift planning into the solicitation process and providing training, advice, and support. Guided by principles of collaboration and service, the Office of Gift Planning enables donors to earn income, pay fewer taxes, secure their retirement, and create a personal legacy while helping to ensure that Penn State remains a global leader in higher education for generations to come.

Michael J. Degenhart leads the Office of Gift Planning and oversees the development and implementation of planned giving efforts across the University's twenty-four campuses. Widely considered a leader in his field, he has been quoted in and authored articles for such publications as Bloomberg Wealth Manager and The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence
No institution offers a more powerful example of private support furthering the public good than Penn State, and the University is beginning a new effort that will allow us to fulfill our land-grant mission for a new era: A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence. This strategic, five-year fundraising initiative reflects our commitment to the three core imperatives of a truly great public university:

* Open Doors: Private support can not only bring talented students from every background to Penn State - it can help them to graduate on time and on track to successful careers and lives.

* Create Transformative Experiences: Philanthropy will provide the opportunities - in our classrooms, on our campuses, and in the larger world - that let students and faculty discover their full potential and make a difference.

* Impact the World: With the visionary gifts of alumni and friends, we can tackle the world's most pressing problems - and solve them.
The ambition of the campaign is great, but no greater than the spirit and generosity of our supporters. A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence is an opportunity for our alumni and friends to contribute to the University's future and to the future we all share.

Building a Career and a Life at Penn State (http://psu.edu)
With one of the most respected development and alumni relations operations in the country, Penn State is one of only a dozen public institutions nationwide to complete a $2 billion fundraising campaign, and our alumni association is the largest dues-paying organization of its kind in the world. Learn more at http://giveto.psu.edu.

Penn State is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world by the Time Higher Education University Rankings, the Center for World University Rankings, and the Academic Ranking of World Universities. Read about Penn State's success at http://psu.edu/this-is-penn-state.

This position is based at the University Park campus, located in State College, Pennsylvania. State College is ranked among the lowest-stress and safest small cities in the country, with excellent public schools, beautiful parks and other natural assets, and a broad range of cultural and athletic events and venues. To discover why residents love our region, visit http://statecollegepa.us and http://statecollege.com.

As Penn State employees, development professionals receive excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage; retirement contributions and plans; substantial tuition discounts for themselves, their spouses and domestic partners, and their unmarried children; and access to life and long-term care insurance. More information about working at Penn State can be found at http://psu.jobs.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/73445

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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12Assistant/Associate Director of
Location: University Park, PA 16802
Classified Assistant/Associate Director of Development

As Penn State begins a new strategic fundraising campaign, A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence, a top frontline fundraiser is needed in the role of assistant or associate director of development to engage alumni and friends as partners in supporting Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics, a member of the Big Ten Conference and one of the most comprehensive and successful athletic programs in the country. Reporting directly to the Assistant Athletic Director of Major Gifts and working closely with the program's leadership as well as other partners and central development offices, this major gifts officer will:

* Identify and cultivate a prospect pool of fans, former student-athletes, and other key constituencies

* Plan and execute solicitation strategies leading to major gifts

* Travel extensively throughout the region and across the country to pursue these strategies and build enduring relationships, completing fifteen to eighteen visits per month

* Articulate Penn State's needs, values, and ambitions through excellent informal and formal communications, including written proposals

This job will be filled as a level 2 or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. It typically requires a bachelor's degree or higher plus one to three years of related experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. The successful candidate will also have:

* A track record of success in securing major gifts and meeting fundraising goals

* Exemplary interpersonal and communication skills

* A proven ability to self-motivate and work both independently and as part of a team

* A passion for higher education and an understanding of complex institutions

* An appreciation for and understanding of diverse audiences and communities

Operation of a motor vehicle as part of the position's duties and a valid driver's license are required. Successful completion of a motor vehicle records check, in addition to standard background checks, is also required. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics (http://gopsusports.com)
Philanthropy will have a special impact for Intercollegiate Athletics, which receives no funding from the University budget and must cover the entire cost of fielding thirty-one varsity sports teams through revenue and philanthropy. More than 23,000 supporters each year join the Nittany Lion Club, one of the largest organizations of its kind in the country, through their annual gifts, and hundreds of donors have created endowments for scholarships, coaching positions, and program support. The generosity of fans has also built and enhanced some of the finest collegiate sports facilities in the nation, including the University's famed Beaver Stadium and the state-of-the-art Pegula Ice Arena. This support has helped more than 800 student-athletes each year to succeed on and off the field. In 2016, Penn State finished in the top ten of the Learfield Directors' Cup standings for the ninth year in row, becoming one of only two institutions nationwide to achieve such consistent and long-term strength across its athletics programs.

To support this success, more than $355 million was raised by Intercollegiate Athletics in the University's previous major fundraising effort, For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students. In Penn State's current campaign, Athletics will secure support for an even more ambitious vision, outlined in its strategic and facility master plans, to provide Penn State students and fans with the very best experience in intercollegiate sports.

A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence
No institution offers a more powerful example of private support furthering the public good than Penn State, and the University is beginning a new effort that will allow us to fulfill our land-grant mission for a new era: A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence. This strategic, five-year fundraising initiative reflects our commitment to the three core imperatives of a truly great public university:

* Open Doors: Private support can not only bring talented students from every background to Penn State - it can help them to graduate on time and on track to successful careers and lives.

* Create Transformative Experiences: Philanthropy will provide the opportunities - in our classrooms, on our campuses, and in the larger world - that let students and faculty discover their full potential and make a difference.

* Impact the World: With the visionary gifts of alumni and friends, we can tackle the world's most pressing problems - and solve them.
The ambition of the campaign is great, but no greater than the spirit and generosity of our supporters. A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence is an opportunity for our alumni and friends to contribute to the University's future and to the future we all share.

Building a Career and a Life at Penn State
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Since it was established in 1855 on land donated by a central Pennsylvania business leader, the institution now known as Penn State has been a pioneer in higher education, and philanthropy has been both its inspiration and its strength. Today, Penn State is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world by the Time Higher Education University Rankings, the Center for World University Rankings, and the Academic Ranking of World Universities. You can learn more about Penn State's success at: http://psu.edu/this-is-penn-state

This position is based at the University Park campus, located in State College, Pennsylvania. State College is ranked among the lowest-stress and safest small cities in the country, and along with the surrounding communities of Centre County, it offers excellent public schools, beautiful parks and other natural assets, and a broad range of cultural and athletic events and venues, including the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts and a minor league baseball stadium shared with the University. To discover why residents love our region, please visit:
http://statecollegepa.us
http://statecollege.com

As Penn State employees, development professionals receive excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage; retirement contributions and plans; substantial tuition discounts for themselves, their spouses and domestic partners, and their unmarried children; and access to life and long-term care insurance. Above all, Penn State provides a supportive and inclusive environment in which every employee is encouraged to fulfill his or her potential for achievement. To find details about working at Penn State, please visit:
http://psu.jobs

If you have questions about your future with Penn State's Office of University Development, please contact Drew Kovacs, associate director of talent acquisition, at drewkovacs@psu.edu.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/78981

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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13Major Gifts Officer 4 (Director
Location: University Park, PA 16802
Classified Major Gifts Officer 4 (Director of Major Gifts)

As Penn State begins a new strategic fundraising campaign, A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence, a top frontline fundraiser is needed in the role of Director of Major Gifts to engage alumni and friends as partners in supporting the Smeal College of Business, ranked among the top 20 business schools in the country and among the top 100 in the world. Reporting directly to the Smeal Senior Director of Development and working closely with the college's dean and academic leadership, as well as other partners and central development offices, this major gifts officer will:

* Identify and cultivate a prospect pool of graduates and other key constituencies

* Plan and execute solicitation strategies leading to major gifts

* Travel extensively throughout the country to pursue these strategies and build enduring relationships, completing fifteen visits per month

* Supervise, train, and/or mentor other fundraisers and support staff, as assigned

* Articulate Penn State's needs, values, and ambitions through excellent informal and formal communications, including written proposals

This position requires a bachelor's degree or higher plus five years of work-related experience. The successful candidate will also have:

* A track record of success in securing major gifts and meeting fundraising goals

* Exemplary interpersonal and communication skills

* Proven ability to self-motivate and work both independently and as part of a team

* Passion for higher education and an understanding of complex institutions

* Appreciation and understanding of diverse audiences and communities

Operation of a motor vehicle as part of the position's duties and a valid driver's license are required. Successful completion of a motor vehicle records check, in addition to standard background checks, is also required. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of refunding.

The Smeal College of Business
http://smeal.psu.edu
Philanthropy will have a special impact in the Smeal College of Business, whose extraordinary success has been built upon support from alumni, friends, and corporate partners. Through a naming gift from Frank P. and Mary Jean Smeal, and through endowments for students, faculty, and programs from other business leaders who credit their success to Penn State, the Smeal College of Business has become a destination for top educators and researchers, M.B.A. and Ph.D. candidates, and undergraduates in fields ranging from finance to supply chain management. The Smeal community's commitment to ethics, integrity, and sustainability has also made it a leader in higher education, and our programs have been recognized by Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Bloomberg Businessweek, among others, for their excellence and value. A full list of our current rankings and recent achievements is available at http://smeal.psu.edu/about-smeal/rankings.

To support this success, more than $93 million was raised by the Smeal team in the University-wide fundraising effort For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students. In Penn State's current campaign, the Smeal College of Business will secure support for an even more ambitious vision for itself and its students: becoming one of the nation's top five public business schools.

A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence
No institution offers a more powerful example of private support furthering the public good than Penn State, and the University is beginning a new effort that will allow us to fulfill our land-grant mission for a new era: A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence. This strategic, five-year fundraising initiative reflects our commitment to the three core imperatives of a truly great public university:

* Open Doors: Private support can not only bring talented students from every background to Penn State - it can help them to graduate on time and on track to successful careers and lives.

* Create Transformative Experiences: Philanthropy will provide the opportunities - in our classrooms, on our campuses, and in the larger world - that let students and faculty discover their full potential and make a difference.

* Impact the World: With the visionary gifts of alumni and friends, we can tackle the world's most pressing problems - and solve them.
The ambition of the campaign is great, but no greater than the spirit and generosity of our supporters. A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence is an opportunity for our alumni and friends to contribute to the University's future and to the future we all share.

Building a Career and a Life at Penn State (http://psu.edu)
With one of the most respected development and alumni relations operations in the country, Penn State is one of only a dozen public institutions nationwide to complete a $2 billion fundraising campaign, and our alumni association is the largest dues-paying organization of its kind in the world. Learn more at http://giveto.psu.edu.

Penn State is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world by the Time Higher Education University Rankings, the Center for World University Rankings, and the Academic Ranking of World Universities. Read about Penn State's success at http://psu.edu/this-is-penn-state.

This position is based at the University Park campus, located in State College, Pennsylvania. State College is ranked among the lowest-stress and safest small cities in the country, with excellent public schools, beautiful parks and other natural assets, and a broad range of cultural and athletic events and venues. To discover why residents love our region, visit http://statecollegepa.us and http://statecollege.com.

As Penn State employees, development professionals receive excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage; retirement contributions and plans; substantial tuition discounts for themselves, their spouses and domestic partners, and their unmarried children; and access to life and long-term care insurance. More information about working at Penn State can be found at http://psu.jobs.

If you have questions about your future with Penn State's Office of University Development, please contact Drew Kovacs, associate director of talent acquisition, at drewkovacs@psu.edu.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/72187

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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14Visionary, Experienced, and Insp
Location: Northfield, MN 55057
Classified Visionary, Experienced, and Inspiring Leader for Student Life

St. Olaf College announces a national search for a Vice President for Student Life who will provide energy, vision, and leadership to enhance campus wide efforts to engage students in the life of the College in ways that support their learning, well-being, and success. Working closely with all members of the campus community, the Vice President will apply best practices to support and supplement existing programs in order to ensure that students from all backgrounds are able to pursue their academic interests in a welcoming, safe, and intellectually challenging environment that lives the College's mission.

"St. Olaf College challenges students to excel in the liberal arts, examine faith and values, and explore meaningful vocation in an inclusive, globally engaged community nourished by Lutheran tradition."

The new Vice President for Student Life will possess the experience, education, and passion necessary to address the needs of students at a small, residential liberal arts college. The successful candidate will join and lead a team of dedicated professionals in their efforts to develop meaningful relationships and innovative programs that will make a positive difference in the lives of students and the College by promoting well-being, open dialogue with kindness and grace, and a safe community in which all can learn and grow.

The College
St. Olaf College, one of the nation's leading liberal arts colleges, offers a distinctive education grounded in a rigorous academic program, a vital residential community of learners, a commitment to global engagement that fosters broadened worldviews, and a vibrant faith tradition that encourages reflection and honors different perspectives. St. Olaf graduates are fully prepared to make a meaningful difference in a changing world.

St. Olaf's beautiful 300-acre campus is home to 3,000 students from nearly every state and more than 80 countries. St. Olaf offers over 85 majors, concentrations, and academic programs. Students participate in large numbers in the nation's leading study abroad program, engage in more than 200 student organizations and Division III athletic programs, and network with alumni to create internship, service, and research opportunities.

The Northfield Community
St. Olaf College is located in Northfield, Minnesota, approximately 40 miles south of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The College shares Northfield with Carleton College, which provides opportunities for both collaboration and athletic rivalry. The combined student populations create a vibrant community that allows for greater growth and learning.

Downtown Northfield has been restored to its nineteenth-century appearance, with coffeehouses, restaurants, and art galleries, and has been identified as one of the "50 Most Beautiful Small Towns" by Country Living magazine. The area is the home of the 850-acre Cannon River Wilderness Area, with hiking trails and campsites. The Northfield Lines Metro Express provides transportation between St. Olaf, Carleton and multiple Twin Cities stops, including the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

Responsibilities
The Vice President for Student Life (VPSL) provides: strategic oversight for all staff and programs within Student Life; advice and counsel to the President and other members of the President's Leadership Team; visible and engaged support to students, individually and collectively; and clear and confident direction for the community as it addresses issues of inclusion, equity, and student success. The VPSL is expected to engage in collaborative planning processes, incorporating best practices in the field, with the intent of developing new or refining current programs and processes that enhance the student experience and support student retention and graduation.

The VPSL reports directly to the President and serves as a member of the President's Leadership Team. As the senior student affairs officer for the College, the VPSL oversees, directly or indirectly through the Dean of Students, the following areas: Counseling Center, Posse Program, Public Safety, Residence Life, Student Activities, Student Health Services, and the Center for Multicultural and International Engagement (CMIE). CMIE provides advocacy, support, and programmatic engagement for the College's domestically diverse and international student populations and includes the Gender and Sexuality Office, which provides support and programs for the College's LGBTQ population. The shift of CMIE to the Vice President's portfolio emphasizes the intent to infuse issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout campus life through both direct supervision and partnerships with other senior College leaders.

The primary responsibilities and expectations of the Vice President for Student Life are listed below.

Create and implement a vision and strategy toward the goal of enhancing student learning and well-being through effectiveness, sustainability and accountability across all areas of Student Life.
Apply best practices in all areas of Student Life while seeking innovative approaches to responding to and supporting student engagement, learning, success, and well-being.
Provide collaborative leadership in efforts to increase student success, including creating strategies to increase retention and graduation rates and developing processes to predict and improve outcomes.
Collaborate closely with faculty and staff to achieve the College's shared goals for students' academic and residential thriving at the college.
Support and encourage a campus community that is inclusive and equitable, and one in which students can share their voice in ways consistent with the College's mission and values.
Engage regularly with students and be visible on campus; actively participate in campus life including developing collaborative relationships with faculty and others.
Facilitate and/or assist with College-wide responses to crises and provide support to students and families in emergency situations.
Lead and manage, directly and indirectly, the staff and programs within Student Life.
Serve as an advisor and partner to the President and other senior institutional leaders, especially on issues related to student life.
Serve as the senior student affairs officer for the College with full responsibility for the personnel, budgets, and programs in Student Life.
Advocate for student-centered approaches in institutional policies and strategic planning.
Provide leadership and insight in support of student conduct priorities and as appropriate in Title IX responsibilities for the College.

Qualifications

To be successful, the next Vice President for Student Life at St. Olaf College will need to be a true partner to all members of the community in its efforts to live the mission and values of the College. A strong and demonstrated commitment to best practices, collaboration, fostering an inclusive community, strategy, vision, staff development, and, most importantly, students and their success will be traits required in the candidate selected for this role. The VPSL must understand the dual roles of senior administrator engaged as a part of the team setting the direction for the College and being a visible and accessible student resource and advocate.
Advanced degree, preferably a doctorate, in Student Affairs, higher education administration, or other relevant field.
Substantial and progressively more responsible and accountable leadership and administrative experience in Student Affairs or direct or related experience working closely with students over a period of at least 5, preferably 10, years.
Experience in one or more of the functional areas within the portfolio preferred.
Significant experience supervising professional staff.
Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to issues of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Proven track record of fostering and managing change, including process improvement, and developing and implementing effective and efficient policies and processes.
Demonstrated ability to create opportunities for partnership and collaboration between Student Life and other campus constituencies in the interest of enhancing student success.
Strong communication (written and oral) skills that provide clear messages and facilitate effective conflict resolution and mediation, and the ability to build and sustain strong professional relationships across campus.
Experience with and understanding of relevant policies and processes related to student conduct and Title IX.
Understanding of and appreciation for a residential liberal arts college environment.
Ability to understand and work within an inclusive academic community that values its history and faith while encouraging students from all backgrounds to discover what is meaningful and worthwhile to them.

Application Procedure and Timeline

St. Olaf College has partnered with Keeling & Associates, LLC, for this search. Application materials should include a resume and a letter of interest and must be sent to recruiting@keelingassociates.com. The subject line of the email should read "St. Olaf College."A confidential review of applications will begin on June 8, 2018 and all materials submitted by that date will receive full consideration.

Confidential nominations, expressions of interest, and requests for conversations about the position prior to application are welcome and should be directed to Dr. Jan Walbert, Vice President and Senior Consultant for Executive Search, at jwalbert@keelingassociates.com.

St. Olaf College is an equal employment opportunity and voluntary affirmative action employer. The College is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our community. With regard to its hiring and employment practices, the College prohibits all forms of discrimination and harassment based upon an individual's legally protected status including race, color, creed, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, marital status, veteran status, or status with regard to public assistance.


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15Director of Campus Development
Location: Monaca, PA 15061
Classified Director of Campus Development

Penn State and its Office of University Development are seeking a director of campus development for the Penn State Beaver campus. This position reports directly to the executive director of development at Penn State University Park and has a close working relationship with the chancellor of Penn State Beaver.

As a member of Penn State's Office of University Development, you can play an integral role in one of the most respected and successful fundraising operations in the country and contribute to the land-grant mission and future of Penn State. A frontline fundraiser is needed to engage alumni and friends in supporting Penn State Beaver, one of Penn State's Commonwealth campuses. Penn State Beaver offers seven baccalaureate degrees as well as several minors.

The individual in this post will be responsible for providing leadership and direction to all aspects of the advancement and development programs for the Beaver campus. The director is responsible for developing goal-setting plans for annual fundraising, as well as campaign plans, and directing related activities in support of these goals and objectives.

The director shall work collaboratively with leadership of the Beaver campus, as well as campaign and development committee volunteers, the campus advisory board and central University Development staff to ensure fundraising success.
The director is expected to engage donors and cultivate and solicit both major and significant gifts of $100,000+ from alumni, corporations, foundations and friends of the campus as well as smaller (Annual Leadership Gifts) to grow the campus' donor base. The director will focus their work on securing funds for the fundraising priorities of the Beaver Campus and the University. This individual will also work to engage department heads and faculty, and cultivate loyalty to the University and the campus. It is expected that the director will complete a total of twelve (12) monthly visits (minimum) each month with prospects and donors. The director will also manage the development budget for Penn State Beaver and will be in charge of preparing, reviewing, editing and presenting formal development proposals. The director shall also analyze and interpret available research data pertinent to the development of relationships with potential donors. This role requires a capacity to think and act strategically concerning the process of identification, cultivation and solicitation of annual leadership donors and major gift prospects. Those who are well organized and self-directed are encouraged to apply.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/78290

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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16Executive Director, Penn First P
Location: Philadelphia, PA 19104
Classified Executive Director, Penn First Plus

Institution: Provost's Center
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Dual Reporting Relationship: Vice Provost, Division of University Life & Vice Provost for Education
Website: http://www.vpul.upenn.edu/

INSTITUTION BACKGROUND/CULTURE
The University of Pennsylvania, the largest private employer in Philadelphia, is a worldrenowned leader in education, research, and innovation. This historic, Ivy League school consistently ranks among the top 10 universities in the annual U.S. News & World Report survey. Penn has 12 highly-regarded schools that provide opportunities for undergraduate, graduate and continuing education, all influenced by Penn's distinctive interdisciplinary approach to scholarship and learning.

Penn offers a unique working environment within the city of Philadelphia. The University is situated on a beautiful urban campus, with easy access to a range of educational, cultural, and recreational activities. With its historical significance and landmarks, lively cultural offerings, and wide variety of atmospheres, Philadelphia is the perfect place to call home for work and play.

ABOUT THE OFFICE OF THE PROVOST
The Office of the Provost provides direction on all facets of the University's academic mission, including education, faculty, research, online learning, global initiatives, admissions, athletics, student life, and arts and culture. The Provost's Center aggregates programs and offices designed to support University operations, including: the Office of the Provost, the Office of the Vice Provost for Research and its reporting departments (Penn Center for Innovation, Environmental Health and Radiation Safety, University Laboratory Animal Resources, and Regulatory Affairs), the Office of the Chaplain, the Graduate Student Center and Family Resource Center, the Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics, College Houses and Academic Services, New Student Orientation, the Office of Student Conduct, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the University of Pennsylvania Press, and all of the University's arts organizations (Penn Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art, Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Arthur Ross Gallery, and University Art Collection). It also includes interdisciplinary academic centers and institutes that are more appropriately housed centrally than in an individual school, including the Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter, the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, the Center for Neuroscience and Society, the Penn Institute for Urban Research, the Center for Teaching and Learning, Kelly Writers House, and Weiss Tech House. http://provost.upenn.edu/

ABOUT THE ROLE
The Executive Director (ED) of the Penn First Plus Program jointly reports to the Vice Provost for University Life (VPUL) and the Vice Provost for Education (VPE) and will lead University efforts to create, implement, assess and sustain programming that promotes the educational excellence and engagement of first generation and low income undergraduates and assures their disciplinary distinction and timely graduation.

The ED is responsible for developing and leading enhanced educational and support programs for first generation and low income students, one of the University's top priorities. In this capacity, the ED will work closely with the Provost, Vice Provost for University Life, Vice Provost for Education, and other senior leaders on formulating, as well as implementing, strategic plans and programs to support our first generation and low income students. This position will collaborate regularly with the deans and senior leaders of the schools at Penn to develop and support programing to provide students with academic and social preparation, build a strong community, support existing programming across campus, and enhance existing services and connections with faculty and alumni.

The ED will also provide the Penn-wide direction and coordination of existing programs and services, serving as a central hub to connect the many programs in our undergraduate schools. This position will be expected to collaborate with key offices within theVPULandVPEoffices, as well as across Penn including the Cultural Centers, New Student Orientation, Weingarten Learning Resources Center, Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, Center for Teaching & Learning, Libraries, Greenfield Intercultural Center, and Undergraduate Advising Offices to connect faculty, staff and students in order to improve our academic and co-curricular supports of student learning, faculty teaching and educational excellence on Penn's campus. The Executive Director will also serve as lead staff overseeing the existing leadership of the University's PreFreshman and PennCAP programs, and supporting a Faculty Advisory Committee for these and other related campus initiatives, as well as manage partner relationships, such as with Student Financial Services and Undergraduate Admissions, and develop new partners to advance student success at Penn.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS and EDUCATION
Masters required, PhD preferred plus 5-7 years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience; previous experience in student life leadership position; previous experience developing successful programs for higher education; previous experience working with/counseling first generation and/or low-income college students preferred; previous supervisory experience; previous experience managing budgets and/or grants; excellent oral and written communications skills.

TO APPLY VISIT THE ON-LINE POSTING: http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/34693

Penn adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.


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17Assistant Professor of Business
Location: Grand Junction, CO 81501
Classified  SUMMARY:


The Assistant Professor of Business - Marketing, a tenure-track faculty member of the Department of Business, teaches marketing courses primarily at the undergraduate level, but also at the graduate level. Colorado Mesa University (CMU) is a state-funded institution that emphasizes quality teaching and research. The Business Department at CMU is currently seeking AACSB accreditation and our application has been accepted.




CMU is a modern campus nestled in beautiful western Colorado, home of Colorado's wine and fruit country (including the famous Palisade peaches), with close access to some of the best outdoor activities in the region including skiing, hiking, biking, and many other activities.

CMU, Grand Junction, CO, and the Grand Valley offer a great environment for quality of life and work/life balance.



The standard teaching load is 12 credit hours per semester; some assigned courses may be taught on-line, hybrid, or via distance delivery modalities. Scholarship in the discipline, involvement with advising and service to the department and profession are expected.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.



EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

REQUIRED:


* A terminal degree (Ph.D. or DBA) in marketing with significant coursework (at least 18 credit hours) in marketing required; ABD may be considered with degree to be completed by December 31, 2019.
* Proven ability to successfully teach marketing and related courses.
* Proven track record in scholarly activity is preferred, but future scholarly activity is expected.
* Effective communication and organizational skills
PREFERRED:

* Workable knowledge of SPSS, SAS, or related statistical software strongly desired.
* Ability to teach social media or digital marketing courses highly desired
* Ability to teach international marketing courses highly desired
* Business industry experience strongly preferred given our hands-on, application-oriented approach.
* Evidence of excellence in teaching experience in marketing, scholarship in discipline, service and advising.
* Evidence of excellence in working with freshman through graduate students.

To apply, visit: https://coloradomesa.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=133

Colorado Mesa University is particularly interested in candidates who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and who have a demonstrated commitment to improving the levels of access and success for underrepresented students within higher education.



Colorado Mesa University is committed to providing a safe and productive learning and living community. To achieve that goal, we conduct background investigations for all final applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include reference checks, a criminal history record check, and when appropriate, a financial and/or motor vehicle history. Applicant must be able to verify U.S. employment eligibility. Colorado Mesa University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a culturally diverse faculty, staff and student body. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations may be made to allow individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties of the position.



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18Dean of Academic Instruction
Location: Wharton, TX 77488
Classified WHARTON COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE
invites applications for the position of:
Dean of Academic Instruction

SALARY: Negotiable
OPENING DATE: 05/09/18
CLOSING DATE: 06/11/18 10:00 AM

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
This position will be located at the WCJC Wharton Campus.

The Academic Dean is responsible for planning, developing, facilitating, and coordinating academic programs reporting to the Vice President of Instruction (VPI) of Wharton County Junior College (WCJC). The Dean oversees these educational programs to ensure they are in compliance with state and regional accreditation and certification standards and meet any State and/or Federal agency guidelines. This position also oversees assigned initiatives to further student success. The Academic Dean is a member of the President's Cabinet.

REQUIREMENTS:
This position requires a Master's degree from any regionally accredited institution. A minimum of three (3) years of full time supervision experience as an academic educational program director in a community college or university and two (2) years of full time teaching experience at the college level is required. The person in this position must have knowledge of budgeting, planning, monitoring instructional programs and knowledge of theory of leadership-alternative techniques and styles for guiding, motivating, and directing individuals under various situational conditions to achieve effective performance. This position requires a comprehensive knowledge of educational curriculum and program development and knowledge of current educational theories and practices. An ability to present ideas, facts, opinions, perceptions, and information in a written form accurately, thoroughly, and in a manner easily understood by the intended audience and the ability to work effectively with a diverse and multi-cultural student body and staff is required. This position requires knowledge of techniques for identifying problems and determining the most appropriate course of action for their resolution.

To be considered for this position, all qualified applicants must attach to their online application the following documents:

1) Copy of college transcript(s) showing completion of a master's degree 2) Curriculum Vitae/Resume
3) Letter of Interest (outlining relevant experience)

All documents must be attached to one online application to be considered. Please re-open your application form to verify all documents are properly attached.

For full application instructions and position description, visit http://www.wcjc.edu/

Wharton County Junior College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
It is the institution's policy, in compliance with Title IX as implemented, to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age or disability.


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19Deputy Chief of Staff
Location: Baltimore, MD 21218
Classified Deputy Chief of Staff

Job Req ID: 10562

The Deputy Chief of Staff (DCoS) is a senior staff position responsible for coordinating and advancing the work of the Office of the President under the direction of the Vice President/Chief of Staff (VP/CoS). The role is critical to ensuring the operational efficiency and effectiveness of the Office of the President; serves as a trusted adviser to the VP/CoS and other senior administrators; and manages and oversees projects and initiatives to achieve the University's priorities and objectives. The DCoS position requires strong alignment with Johns Hopkins University's mission, values, and strategic vision, as well as demonstrated success, sound judgment and flexibility working in a complex, fast-paced environment.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage high-priority projects in the Office of the President.
Research, write, edit and/or coordinate preparation of special reports, briefings and presentations.
Work closely with the Directors of Speechwriting and Strategic Communications to conceive, craft and edit messages, letters and other communications.
Anticipate, identify and troubleshoot issues of concern or significance; exercise discretion to provide timely information and necessary updates across multiple stakeholders.
Ensure that matters requiring the attention of the President and VP/CoS are thoroughly developed, researched and evaluated.
Help to lead and sustain a culture of service, professionalism and continuous improvement in the Office of the President.
Build and maintain successful working relationships and coordination with a wide range of offices, staff, and stakeholders, internal and external to the University.
Supervise the preparation, accuracy, and timeliness of presidential materials, briefings and correspondence.
Manage the review and oversight of office finances and executive expenses.
Oversee university-related operations at Nichols House, the campus residence of the President.
Participate in strategic scheduling of events, meetings and other requests to balance and address key objectives.
Recruit, train and jointly supervise members of the research, writing and administrative staff, day-to-day and on a project-specific basis.
Prioritize workflow and align staff resources within the Office of the President.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree preferred.
At least five years of relevant professional experience, preferably including work with senior or executive level leadership, in higher education, non-profit or public sectors.
Superior research, writing, and oral communication.
Mature judgment and demonstrated ability to work independently, exercise discretion and manage multiple priorities at once.
Strong interpersonal, organizational and critical thinking skills; adaptability to meet changing demands.
Ability to identify, analyze and address a wide variety of issues and problems in a high-intensity environment.
Collegiality, approachability and diplomacy at all levels of an organization.
Demonstrated supervisory skills and ability to motivate and engage others.
Stellar professional reputation, personal integrity and ability to maintain confidences.

The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.

If you are interested in applying for employment with The Johns Hopkins University and require special assistance or accommodation during any part of the pre-employment process, please contact the HR Business Services Office at jhurecruitment@jhu.edu.For TTY users, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.

The following additional provisions may apply depending on which campus you will work. Your recruiter will advise accordingly.

During the Influenza ("the flu") season, as a condition of employment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employees who provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care or clinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination or possess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meet this requirement may result in termination of employment.
The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas, laboratories, working with research subjects, or involving community contact requires documentation of immune status against Rubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella (chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received the Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may include documentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicella vaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratory testing. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases are ordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except for those employees who provide results of blood tests or immunization documentation from their own health care providers. Any vaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no cost in our Occupational Health office.

Equal Opportunity Employer
Note: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online until filled.

Classified Title: Deputy Chief of Staff
Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PH
Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with experience
Employee group: Full Time
Schedule: M-F 8:30 - 5:00
Employee subgroup: Exempt
Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus
Department name: 10000002-President Office of
Personnel area: Johns Hopkins University

To apply, visit https://jobs.jhu.edu/job/Baltimore-Deputy-Chief-of-Staff-MD-21218/477070100/



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20Area Coordinator Residential Li
Location: Cullowhee, NC 28723
Classified Area Coordinator | Residential Living

Salary $44,500

Area Coordinators are full-time professional staff members of the Department of Residential Living responsible for providing overall management and leadership in residential areas housing 700-1500 residents each. Principal responsibilities include staff supervision and development, residential education, community development, crisis management, administration and building management, student discipline, hall council advising, summer operations, and other departmental/university-wide responsibilities. Due to Area Coordinators being the primary professional staff members available in the residence halls for student contact, a desire to spend evening and weekend time with students is required. An Associate Director for Residence Life supervises Area Coordinators.

Staff Supervision and Development

* Provides leadership, supervision, and development for the staff within their area which will typically include 20-40 Resident Assistants and 1-3 Graduate Community Coordinators.

* Selects, trains, and supervises the staff in their buildings.

* Assists in planning and conducts departmental training sessions prior to each semester.

* Provides individual development through periodic performance reviews to each Resident Assistant and Graduate Community Coordinator.

* Facilitates on-going teambuilding and staff development opportunities.

* Assists in the development of techniques for evaluating the Resident Assistant program.

Residential Education

* Responsible for creating an environment which fosters living and learning, outside of the classroom education and support for the academic mission of the university.

* Conducts formal and informal assessments to determine the needs of residents.

* Provides leadership to any lifestyle programs that are housed in their buildings/area.

* Responds and counsels students on academic and social issues.

Community Development

* Works as part of an area leadership team with Graduate Community Coordinators and Residential Case Manager to develop community and assist students.

* Responsible for fostering a sense of community in their buildings.

* Works with the Resident Assistant and Graduate Community Coordinator staff in the development of activities designed to develop connections between residents.

* Uses creative and innovative methods to personally connect to residents.

* Provides informal counseling and referral to individual students.

* Provides counseling support to the Resident Assistants and Graduate Community Coordinators in working through student problems and concerns.

* Coordinates the department's response to roommate conflicts and other resident concerns.

* Identifies at-risk students through interactions and follow up.

* Counsels at-risk students about campus resources and/or refers the student to appropriate campus departments or community agencies.

Crisis Management

* Responsible for the management and referral of incidents that occur in their buildings.

* Participates in year-round duty rotation to provide support to the residential population.

* Works closely with Counseling and Psychological Services, University Police, and other campus/local resources.

* Maintains awareness of campus and community resources.

Administration and Building Management

* Responsible for the overall administrative operations within their buildings.

* Provides hands-on leadership during the openings and closings of the residence halls.

* Participates in regular building tours and conducting Health and Safety Inspections.

* Coordinates the program budgets for the staff and hall council accounts.

* Manages the occupancy and assignment procedures and records.

* Coordinates damage accountability and billing process.

* Ensures the proper management of keys (student room, common area, and staff/office keys).

* Builds relationships with Housekeeping, Facilities, and University Police to assure that physical environment be maintained at optimum levels.

Student Discipline

* Responsible for the student discipline process in their buildings.

* Manages student discipline cases (student meetings, delivery and tracking of sanctions, etc.).

* Refers cases to Department of Student Community Ethics system in a timely fashion.

Hall Council Advising

* Responsible for the development of strong student leadership opportunities in their buildings.

* Recruits and actively supports the formation of hall council(s) in their buildings.

* Advertises hall council as they work to accomplish their goals.

* Facilitates individual and team development opportunities for the student leaders.

Summer Operations

* Responsible for summer collateral assignments.

* Coordinates a variety of conference services with direction provided by the Assistant Director for Operations.

* Coordinates summer school housing with direction of an Associate Director for Residence Life.

* Works on departmental committees and projects assigned by an Associate Director for Residence Life (RA Training, AC/GCC Training, etc.).

Departmental/University-Wide Responsibilities

* Responsible for assisting with a variety of departmental and/or campus-wide committees or projects.

* Serves on at least three to five committee/collateral assignments.

* Participates in summer orientation and Open House activities.

* Instructs LEAD 141 - The Resident Assistant class or a Western PEAKS class for first year students (LEAD 100 series) if needed and approved by supervisor.

* Advises the Resident Student Association, National Residence Hall Honorary, the Resident Assistant Advisory Council or other student organizations.

* Assists with the planning of campus-wide educational and social activities.

Additional Responsibilities
Area Coordinators are responsible for other responsibilities as directed by their supervisor and/or other Central Office staff members. Area Coordinators are required to live in an on-campus apartment. As a convenience to the employer, Area Coordinators are also provided with a meal plan so they can develop relationships with students though meals and meetings in the dining facilities.

* Master's Degree in College Student Personnel, Education, Human Services, Higher Education in Student Affairs or related field at time of hire.

* Outstanding organizational, planning, communication, training, and interpersonal skills.

* Experience in working with students in a residential environment.

* Experience in staff supervision and teambuilding.

To apply, visit https://jobs.wcu.edu/postings/8905

Western Carolina University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, and veteran status, consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations, and policies, and the policies of The University of North Carolina. Additionally, the University promotes the realization of equal employment opportunity for minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and veterans through its affirmative action program.

Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application and interview process please call (828) 227-7218 or email at jobs@email.wcu.edu.


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