Assistant General Counsel (Job Announcement) Morgan State #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs


Job # FY17 2017 – 403
Job Type Administrative
Department Office of General Counsel
FLSA Status Exempt
Job Status Full-Time
Class Code 9003
Salary Commensurate with Experience
Posting Date January 11, 2017
Closing Date Open Until Filled

Department:  Office of General Counsel

Introduction: The Office of General Counsel is recruiting for an Assistant General Counsel. Interested candidates should have a strong desire to develop goals that will advance the mission of the department, at one of the Nation’s largest Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).

Duties: Providing written and oral legal advice; conducting legal research and analysis; training University staff on current laws and regulations impacting assigned areas; managing a portfolio focusing primarily on the areas of procurement, contract review and development, business transactions, intellectual property, student affairs, compliance, legislative affairs, risk management and insurance, public records, litigation support, general education issues, etc. and performing other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a Juris doctorate from a law school accredited by the American Bar Associate and at least 3 years of experience practicing law.

Preferred Qualifications: In addition to the minimum qualifications, experience practicing law in a higher education setting or with higher education clients.

Requirements: Licensed to practice law and is in good standing in Maryland, or eligible to be licensed in Maryland within 1 year from the date of employment; knowledge of constitutional law and education law; knowledge of contract review and negotiation; the ability to litigate or provide litigation support; excellent written and oral communication skills; the ability to research complex legal issues and prepare legal opinions and documents.

To Apply:  Email a cover letter to, indicating Job # FY17 2017-403 in the subject line and attach the following items; a resume, a completed Morgan State University Employment Application, (which should include salary history and references). Alternatively, you may mail the required items to: Morgan State University, Office of Human Resources, and 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21251. Application packets can also be faxed to: 443-885-8209 (Incomplete submissions of any type may not be given consideration).

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Police Officer II (Job Announcement) Morgan State University #hbcu #jobs #hbcujobs


Department: Police and Public Safety

Hiring Salary $36,204 – $46,000
Closing Date Open Until Filled

Duties:  Protects life and property at Morgan State University; enforces all rules and regulations set forth by the Morgan State University Board of Regents and the State of Maryland in accordance with the Maryland Annotated Code of Laws; patrols designated areas to identify and report safety hazards, detect violations of laws and ordinances; identify wanted vehicles, persons, and unusual conditions; respond to calls for assistance and emergency service; take action as directed and assist in preliminary and follow-up investigations by interviewing and obtaining statements; assist in collecting and preserving evidence; assist in surveillance and in serving warrants and summons; assists in the apprehension, detention, and processing of violators; performs searches, detains vehicles and persons, and makes arrests when institutional is present; interacts with campus community and establishes rapport with public; operates a variety of communication equipment to obtain, report, and verify information; prepares and completes a variety of detailed reports and forms to support investigations; assists in the preparation of cases; appears and testifies in court; directs traffic; operates and utilizes a variety of law enforcement equipment, e.g., self-defense tools and criminal detection devices; performs other duties, as required.

Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED; Possession of a valid Maryland Class C or equivalent driver’s license; satisfactory completion of a Maryland Police Academy program and successful completion of a Police Field Training program; certification as a sworn Police Officer recognized by the Maryland Police Training Commission.

Requirements: Knowledge of citizens’ rights and responsibilities; knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; skill in detecting situations that imperil public safety; skill in operating emergency vehicles under all conditions; skill in the care and use of firearms, self-defense tools, and criminal detection devices; ability to communicate effectively; ability to operate two way radios and telephones in  a variety of environments; ability to apply knowledge, experience, and reason to arrive at prompt and effective decisions for both routine and critical situations; ability to show sensitivity in interactions with a diverse population; ability to maintain composure and demonstrate restraint in stressful and dangerous situations; ability to lift, drag, and carry heavy objects; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships; ability to follow directions; ability to provide guidance and training to others; ability to respond to emergency situations requiring physical stamina and force; ability to enter and exit vehicles frequently and quickly; ability to work in and wear personal protective equipment; ability to conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations.

To Apply:  Send letter of interest indicating Job # 2012-098, a Morgan State University Application for Employment, and three names of references with telephone numbers to: Morgan State University, Office of Human Resources, 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21251 or you may e-mail your information to



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Assistant Director of Library Information Technology

Assistant Director of Library Information Technology-Morgan State University

Department:  Library

Duties:  Serves as the Library’s Assistant Director for Information Technology and Multi-media Resources;  assist the Library’s administration and staff in the planning, development, and management of its technological infrastructure and access; serves as the Library’s technical resource person regarding maximizing the use of electronic technology to deliver services and access information;  coordinates the planning, design,  development, integration, implementation and maintenance of automated systems in consultation with the Director of Library Services; library department managers, other University Information Managers as required; advises the Director of Library Services on areas of potential automation; evaluates requests for data processing, and computing services and equipment, and establishes priorities in consultation with the Director of Library Services; ensures the stable operation of all in-house hardware, software, server, and network connections; functions as the liaison between the Library and the University’s information technology-related entities both internal and external to the University; manages and coordinates the design, construction, and maintenance of the Library’s web pages; plans and establishes goals for Library information technology; explores and evaluates emerging technologies for digital library services; oversees the purchase of system components; represents the Library in appropriate technology-related activities at the campus, local, state, regional, and national levels; provides administrative and technical support for databases accessed via the web; compiles and analyzes data relative to theavailability, accessibility, and use of information technology resources for Library clientele; manages the Library’s collection of multi-media resources, along with the equipment needed to access them; trains, supervises, and evaluates support staff and student assistants; may work days, nights, and weekends, and performs other duties, as required.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in Information Technology, Library Sciences, or related  field; Five (5) years (Bachelor’s) or Three (3) years (Master’s) experience information technology  infrastructure development and management; Three years experience in developing, working with, and managing multi-media resources with web design, server operating systems, and integrated library systems.

Preferred:    Experience in an academic library setting.

Requirements:   Knowledge of library functions, trends, and applications; knowledge of information technology and web-based resources; knowledge of network server and integrated network server and integrated library systems; e.g. Aleph; skill in the development and management of multi-media resources; web design and implementation experience; ability to install and maintain library-specific applications; ability to advance the technological and education goals of the Library; and the ability to supervise.