President (Job Announcement) Morehouse College #job #hbcu #hbcujobs

President

Morehouse College

Atlanta, GA

 

The Morehouse College Presidential Search Committee, on behalf of its Board of Trustees, seeks in its 12th president a world class leader ready to execute an ambitious strategic plan, grow enrollment, and continue a rich legacy of producing academically superior, morally conscious, service-oriented leaders in a rapidly changing world.

Founded in 1867 as a private, residential, single-sex, HBCU liberal arts college, Morehouse is renowned for its achievements in education and the impact of its graduates in business, science, the arts, religion, and education. For 150 years, it has stood at the vanguard of educating African American men in the United States and has an outsized impact on higher education domestically. Morehouse has been the incubator of the most important minds of the Civil Rights era and remains vigilant in preparing young men to answer today’s urgent call of social justice. With an operating budget of $101M and an endowment of $130M, it enrolls approximately 2,200 students, and ranks 4th among historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in 2017.

This moment represents an extraordinary opportunity for a titan of academia, industry or government to, as president, harness the enduring educational, cultural and intrinsic assets of an institution revered by America and the world. The new president will partner with a committed and resourceful board of trustees, expert faculty, facile administrators and staff, aspiring students and active alumni, in the work of guiding the College toward sustained excellence.

The next President will be an executive of inspired and creative leadership, tenaciously committed to preparing and graduating men of keen intelligence, unimpeachable character, and global perspective. The successful candidate will possess the ability and the enthusiasm to serve as a visible and inspiring advocate for Morehouse College and for the liberal arts. The president will be known for the demonstrated capacity to execute a strategic vision, a record of effective leadership and administrative management in challenging environments, including accomplishments in navigating complexity and change with financial acumen, and prodigious fundraising.

Monroe “Bud” Moseley is leading this search with Lionel Anderson.

Morehouse College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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Executive Director-Center for Academic Excellence (Job Announcement) Howard University #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-CENTER FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 

Job Title:
Executive Director – Center for Academic Excellence
Job ID:
31177
Location:
Howard University
Full/Part Time:
Full-Time
Regular/Temporary:
Regular

BASIC FUNCTION:

The Executive Director is responsible for providing oversight and coordination of university wide student centered academic advising and support services to undergraduate students. This includes developing and implementing institutional retention initiatives to ensure student success.

 

SUPERVISORY                    

Responsible for providing supervision for one or more functions within a department.  Formally plans, assigns, directs, and coordinates the work of these functions.  Typically responsible for performing some non-supervisory duties in addition to supervisory responsibilities.  May perform staff evaluations and make recommendations regarding pay and/or pay performance..

 

NATURE AND SCOPE:       

Internal contacts include the Office of the Provost, Deans, Enrollment Management Directors, faculty advisors, undergraduate professional advisors in the schools and colleges, staff and students.  External contacts include representatives of other institutions, associations, and organizations.

 

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:                    

Oversee and supervise the academic advising, new student orientation, and related academic support services in the Center for Academic Excellence

Coordinate the development of an annual retention plan focused on institutional needs and goals.

Identifies and pursues external funding opportunities.

Supervise and ensure an effective advisor and staff training program

Assess academic support, student success, and retention initiatives; manage and analyze retention related data.

Keep current on philosophy, trends, and best practices in academic advising and incorporate knowledge into institutional advising programs.

Supervise, guide and develop academic support programming in the Center for Academic Excellence

Ensure faculty and professional advising runs smoothly and effectively in the schools and colleges.

Collaborate with Enrollment Management and Student Affairs to coordinate academic support and retention efforts.

Maintain accurate data for reports and informed decision-making.  Assists with the analysis of enrollment and persistence patterns of students and utilize other relevant data collection and analysis.

Write and submit periodic reports

Chair, co-chair or otherwise serve on Advising and Retention committees, task forces and councils.

Coordinate targeted student success efforts for various cohorts of at-risk students

Perform other duties as assigned

 

Required Education and Skills

Master’s degree in related field of human development, education, or counseling. (Doctoral degree strongly preferred)

Five to seven years of demonstrated leadership experience in an advising, academic support, or a related department within student services.

Minimum three years of management experience that includes planning, budging, personnel selection, supervision and performance evaluation of staff.

3-5 years teaching experience; preferably in a college or university

Prior administrative experience in a college or university required.

Strong analytical skills including data gathering, analysis, assessment and evaluation and evidence based planning

Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to establish positive working

 Equal Employment Opportunity
 The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, marital status, religion, or disability. Veteran status and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Inquiries regarding provisions for persons with disabilities, equal employment opportunity and Title IX should be directed to the Office of Employee Relations and Equal Employment Opportunity at 202-806-1316.

 

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Director of Equity and Inclusion (EEO)(Job Announcement) Tennessee State University #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs

Position Information
Job Title Director of Equity and Inclusion
Department EEO/Affirmative Action
Number of hours per week: 37.5
Days to be worked: Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Months per year: Fiscal (12 months)
If modified, list months:
Job Type Full-Time
Campus Avon Williams / Main Campus
If other location, please indicate:
Position Number
For a new position, enter TBA
006770
Advertised Salary Commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Pay Basis Monthly
Job Description The Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) is primarily responsible for investigating or otherwise addressing complaints of discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, retaliation and nepotism. The OEI provides educational programming on these topics and other equity and diversity-related topics.

The Director of OEI (Director) serves as senior administrator for Tennessee State University. Organizationally, the Director reports to the Vice President for Business and Finance, and works with and reports on specified matters to the President and the University Counsel. The Director also supervises the Office of Disability Services, and manages OEI staff.

The Director supports and coordinates the University’s compliance with federal and state equal opportunity and equity laws, as well as University policies and guidelines on equal opportunity and equity (e.g., Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Violence Against Women Act and other related state and federal regulations and TSU policy requirements). The Director also affirms the value of diversity through cultivation of mutual respect, acceptance, and understanding, and provides critical leadership and direction to the campus community to support and enhance the University’s commitment to equity and inclusion.

The Director is responsible for investigating protected class complaints and ensuring effective and efficient management and resolution of complaints, which includes performing the following:
Handle the intake of complaints filed with the OEI and assess appropriate resolution process and procedural protocol. Provide consultation and education to students, faculty, and/or staff on discriminatory practices, equity matters, policies, procedures, and options for resolution of complaint matters.

Investigate OEI complaints of discrimination and harassment filed by students, staff, faculty, or visitors in compliance with federal and state laws, executive orders, and University policies and procedures. Process within specific time constraints investigations, analyses, and report findings and conclusions of complaints filed with the OEI.

Ensure effective, efficient, and thorough investigations while ensuring attention to detail and accuracy regarding facts, relevance, and investigation documentation.

Provide information and assistance to the University Counsel in the University Counsel’s handling of and response to complaints involving outside agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of Civil Rights, and Tennessee Human Rights Commission.

Conduct training sessions and educational programs for students, faculty, and staff on compliance with applicable federal and state equal opportunity laws, TSU policies governing discrimination, harassment, and equity, and the OEI’s complaint procedures.

The Director also serves as the Title IX Coordinator and leads a team of Deputy Title IX Coordinators in ensuring the institution’s compliance with all aspects of Title IX, including conducting training sessions, investigating Title IX related complaints, overseeing investigations by Deputy Title IX Coordinators, and maintaining required Title IX data.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Business and Finance.

Minimum Qualifications/Experience Requires a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an accredited law school or a Master’s degree in HR-related field with employment law knowledge.

Minimum of five years of experience investigating equal opportunity related complaints and conducting training sessions, with at least two years of supervisory experience.

Demonstration of progressive leadership experience.

Excellent writing and analytical skills.

Knowledge of discrimination, harassment, equal opportunity and affirmative action laws, regulations, and guidelines.

Experience developing and delivering training or education on equal opportunity and diversity-related topics.

Experience presenting educational materials to adult learners.

Excellent judgment in complex, nuanced contexts.

Exceptional communication, interpersonal skills as well as emotional intelligence and executive presence.

Ability to manage and work with conflict.

Ability and desire to work actively, collaboratively and creatively as part of a team.

Excellent administration, leadership and supervisory skills.

Demonstrated commitment to the principles of equal opportunity, affirmative action, equity and diversity.

Experience in, and a demonstrated ongoing commitment to, working effectively with and across diverse communities: including people of color, underrepresented groups and new immigrant populations; American Indians and other indigenous populations; people with both visible and invisible disabilities; LGBT students, faculty and staff, and first-generation students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.

Preferred Qualifications:
Equal opportunity investigatory experience working at an institution of higher education, governmental agency, or large, complex organization.

Two years experience in conducting investigations involving Title IX matters.

Title IX/sexual misconduct compliance experience.

In-depth knowledge of higher education policy, laws, and trends related to sexual misconduct on college campuses.

Special Instructions to Applicants
Job Open Date
(Will be filled out by HR)
01-19-2017
Job Close Date
(Will be filled out by HR)
02-19-2017
Job Category No Response
Requisition Number 2854
Benefits

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Chief Legal Affairs Officer (Job Announcement) Winston-Salem State #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs

Chief Legal Affairs Officer

Position Classification Title Chief Legal Affairs Officer
FLSA Exempt
Position Class (Extract From Banner or PA) 80181
EPA Position Type
JCAT 137000

Position Overview

Primary Purpose of the Position Winston Salem State University invites applications for the position of General Counsel. The General Counsel reports directly to the Chancellor and serves as the chief campus legal advisor to the Chancellor, the Board of Trustees, and senior academic and administrative officers on a broad range of laws, regulations, and policies that impact the university. The position serves as the university’s ethics officer and ethics liaison to the North Carolina State Ethics Commission. The position also serves as the university liaison for legal, regulatory and related policy matters to the University of North Carolina and the North Carolina Attorney General’s Office.

The General Counsel is a member of the Chancellor’s Executive Staff and serves as the campus legal advisor to the Chancellor, Board of Trustees, and Senior Academic and Administrative Officers on a variety of areas routinely handled by the Office of Legal Affairs. Areas of responsibility may include labor and employment, contracts, student discipline and affairs, discrimination, governance, corporate law, constitutional law, civil rights, policy development and review, open meetings, public records, information security, law enforcement, administrative litigation and law, litigation management, compliance, risk management, tax, tax-exempt financing, healthcare, athletics, construction, real estate, intellectual property, technology transfer, sponsored research, information technology, immigration, utilities, and ethics/conflicts of interest.

This position requires excellent judgment, leadership capabilities, critical thinking, strong writing and reasoning skills, persuasiveness, the ability to command respect, and unquestioned integrity. The Office of Legal Affairs is a fast-paced, high-volume, intellectually challenging work environment that requires its attorneys to be available whenever university officials need assistance.

The Chief Legal Counsel is expected to work at the highest professional level with integrity, excellent judgment, attention to detail, and discretion; and to demonstrate the highest personal and leadership characteristics of teamwork, inclusiveness, and adaptability to a broad range of issues, people, and situations. With emphasis on the management of all legal matters that affect the university.

Winston-Salem State University has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion, and to maintaining working and learning environments that are free from all forms of unlawful discrimination.

Requirements and Preferences

Position required to work during periods of adverse weather or other emergencies No
Normal Work Schedule This is an Exempt position with a normal work schedule of 40 hours per week.
Department Required Skills The General Counsel is a member of the Chancellor’s Executive Staff and serves as the campus legal advisor to the Chancellor, Board of Trustees, and Senior Academic and Administrative Officers on a variety of areas routinely handled by the Office of Legal Affairs. Areas of responsibility may include labor and employment, contracts, student discipline and affairs, discrimination, governance, corporate law, constitutional law, civil rights, policy development and review, open meetings, public records, information security, law enforcement, administrative litigation and law, litigation management, compliance, risk management, tax, tax-exempt financing, healthcare, athletics, construction, real estate, intellectual property, technology transfer, sponsored research, information technology, immigration, utilities, and ethics/conflicts of interest.

This position requires excellent judgment, leadership capabilities, critical thinking, strong writing and reasoning skills, persuasiveness, the ability to command respect, and unquestioned integrity. The Office of Legal Affairs is a fast-paced, high-volume, intellectually challenging work environment that requires its attorneys to be available whenever university officials need assistance.

The Chief Legal Counsel is expected to work at the highest professional level with integrity, excellent judgment, attention to detail, and discretion; and to demonstrate the highest personal and leadership characteristics of teamwork, inclusiveness, and adaptability to a broad range of issues, people, and situations. With emphasis on the management of all legal matters that affect the university.

Winston-Salem State University has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion, and to maintaining working and learning environments that are free from all forms of unlawful discrimination.

Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education •Graduation from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association
•Be a member in good standing of the North Carolina bar or eligible to practice law in the State of North Carolina following successful admission to practice law in North Carolina within one year of employment.
•Minimum of 7 years of progressively demonstrated senior level responsibility in the delivery of sophisticated legal services, at least 5 years of which should be in a higher education setting.
•Diversified and substantial legal experience as General Counsel in a college, university, non-profit organization, government agency, or in a top law firm.
•Exceptional analytical, interpersonal, and written and oral communication skills, as well as sound judgment and personal and professional integrity.
•Proven success in providing legal guidance in the context of complex organizations and a deeply held commitment to and belief in the value of collaborative decision-making.
•Ability to work collaboratively and to communicate effectively with multiple and diverse constituencies, such as faculty, staff, students, alumni, campus leadership, legislators, corporate partners, community leaders, and the public.
•High ethical standards with a strong commitment to legal ethics exhibited in knowledge, practice, and professional responsibility.
Required License or Certification Graduation from law school and accredited by the American Bar Association. Must also be licensed to practice law in the State of North Carolina.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties

Describe the specific job duties related to this competency Description of Responsibilities and Duties: A. Coordinate all legal matters that affect the university. B. Prepare legal opinions on matters which have legal ramifications for the university. C. Draft comments for the university’s spokespersons on legislation which affects, or potentially affects, the university and its constituencies. D. Review all procedures and documents that have legal implications for the university to ensure compliance with all applicable state, federal, and/or local laws and/or policies. E. Advise the Chancellor and other university officials regarding their potential actions and the legal ramifications thereof. F. Investigate and report matters of legal controversy involving the university. G. Represent the university as legal counsel in all matters except those matters involving the Attorney General’s Office and UNC General Administration. H. Negotiate, draft, review, and prepare contracts and other documents between the university and other parties. I. Serve as legal liaison between the university and legal representatives of UNC General Administration and the State of North Carolina. J. Provide procedural clarification to all WSSU grievance committees and persons appearing before such committees. K. Serve as ex-officio member of university committees as designated by the Chancellor of WSSU. L. Perform other duties and functions directed by the Chancellor.
Percentage Of Time 100

Posting Details

Internal Posting Only
Position Type
Time Limited Position
Appointment Length
Salary
Open Date 01/26/2017
Close Date 03/08/2017
Open Until Filled No
Special Instructions Summary Please Note: A criminal background check will be conducted on candidate finalist prior to the offer of employment. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completing an electronic application. The application must be competed in full detail (including work history) for your qualifications to be considered.

Failure to complete the application completely may result in you not being considered for the vacant position.

Your application for the position will not be complete until you receive an online confirmation number at the end of the process of applying for a position.

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Chief of Police (Job Announcement) Prairie View A&M #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs

Chief Of Police

FLSA Exempt
Min Salary or Wage N/A
Mid Salary or Wage N/A
Required Education Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Science, Psychology, or Law Enforcement
Required Experience Seven years of related experience as a Certified Peace Officer including at least five years of law enforcement management experience at the rank of Lieutenant or at least five years of related experience in law enforcement at an institution of higher education
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications. Knowledge of the criminal justice system. Knowledge of information required by State and Federal governments. Knowledge of employee background checks, principles, and practices of public administration and modern management methods.
Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively to ensure understanding. Effective verbal and written communication skills. Strong public speaking, leadership, and management skills. Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of others. Ability to gather, correlate, and analyze information and devise solutions to administrative problems. Ability to work with sensitive information and maintain confidentiality. Ability to work in a high stress environment.
Physical Requirements – None.
Required Certification(s)/Licensure(s) Intermediate, Advanced, or Master Peace Officer Certification from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education. Certified in Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunication System (TLETS) and CPR. National Incident Management System (NIMS) training certification. Law Enforcement Leadership training, weapons, radar, and baton certifications. Valid driver’s license.

Department Information

Department Name Office of Auxiliary Services
Department Location Central Receiving builiding

Position Information

Posting Title Chief Of Police
Preferred Education Master’s degree or higher degree in Criminal Justice, Psychology or related field.
Preferred Experience Requirements Seven or more years experience in law enforcement management in a higher education environment.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities At least five years of related experience in law enforcement at an institution of higher education at the rank of Lieutenant or higher.
Preferred Licenses/Certifications Master Peace Officer Certification from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.
Posting Number S00564JP
Posting Summary The University Police Department takes the lead in providing a safe environment for the university community by protecting life and property by deterring and detecting crime, reporting fires and safety hazards and controlling traffic on campus. The Chief of Police reports directly to the Vice President of Auxiliary Services. This position serves as the senior law enforcement officer for PVAMU and supervises, plans, directs, coordinates and implements departmental goals, policies and procedures. The successful candidate will be expected to work closely with all departmental units to ensure the safety and welfare of all students, faculty, staff and visitors associated with the University through crime prevention, work with local law enforcement agencies and lead community police efforts.
Posting Type OPEN TO ALL APPLICANTS
Number of Vacancies
Open Date 01/27/2017
Close Date 02/28/2017
Open Until Filled No
Special Instructions to Applicant All required documents listed below are required to be attached to your application prior to the Close Date indicated above.

Please contact the Office of Human Resources on or before the closing date indicated above at 936-261-1730 or jobs@pvamu.edu should you need assistance with the online application process. No further applicant documents will be accepted once the job posting has closed.

To be considered, even if you are a current or former employee, or current or former student of PVAMU, all required documents must be attached at the time your online application is submitted.

Special Requirements The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) and its member institutions are now part of a standardized Pay Plan effective December 1, 2016. All job titles that were not a part of the TAMUS standardized pay are subject to change. Upon hire, the successful candidate will be notified of any changes in title and its specifics under the new pay plan.
Background Check Required Yes

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Executive Assistant to the President (Job Announcement) Philander Smith #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT

President’s Office

SUMMARY of POSITION

The Executive Assistant to the President relieves the President of administrative details and performs administrative functions that require a thorough knowledge of College policies, procedures, and operations and an understanding of the College’s role within the community. The Executive Assistant to the President is a Member of the Executive Cabinet Team and has recurring contact with members of the Board of Trustees, senior administrators and executives, public and private officials, the media, students, and parents.  The Executive Assistant to the President exercises initiative and independent judgment in managing the President’s schedule and the office’s daily activities.  The Executive Assistant to the President uses discretion in the dissemination of information to faculty, students, staff, and the various publics served by the College, as well as coordinates activities with several major subordinate administrative units of the College.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Administration, Business, Accounting, Computer Science or a related field from an accredited college, or equivalent experience.
  • At least five years of increasingly responsible secretarial or administrative experience is required which must include an extensive knowledge of general office procedures, and supervision of others on a regular basis.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Demonstrated extensive high-level administrative experience supporting cabinet-level individuals.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including editing and proofreading.
  • Excellent calendaring, planning and organizational skill, managing multiple complex projects concurrently.
  • Demonstrated ability to cultivate strong working relationships and gain the trust and respect of all levels of internal and external constituencies.
  • Contextual understanding of executive’s role within the college framework.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform duties with a high level of professionalism, follow-through flexibility, discretion, judgment, accuracy, diplomacy and tact.
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative and to multi-task, adapt to changing priorities and meet deadlines, as needs change.
  • Advanced computer skill and demonstrated experience with office software and email applications.
  • Demonstrated ability to work very effectively with PSC colleagues and clients, and with external organizations.
  • Experienced in maintaining budgets.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle sensitive issues and maintain confidentiality.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Coordinates the Presidents’ activities, including management of a complex calendar, travel arrangements, budget and associated logistics, with shifting priorities and deadlines.
  2. Independently commit the President’s time to those requesting access based on an in-depth understanding of the President’s priorities and needs and dynamic role within the college framework.
  3. Independently prioritize, plan coordinate and/or oversee logistics for meetings and conferences with individuals as well as others internal and external to the college, including executive and senior level staff, faculty, and donors. Organize agenda for weekly Cabinet Meetings.
  4. Organize and maintain the workings of the President’s office. Take responsibility for paper and electronic filing systems and ensuring all pertinent information and supporting materials are retained.
  5. Serve as the President’s liaison to various internal and external constituencies, including screening correspondence and telephone calls; keep the executive informed of all matters requiring the President’s attention.
  6. Compose correspondence; develop, review and edit presentations and documentation; independently research and analyze associated issues and/or compile materials needed for presentation and/or decision making purposes.
  7. Manage and/or oversee multiple projects concurrently; anticipate and track critical dates, events and organizational issues for the President; follow up with Cabinet Members or other appropriate parties to ensure deadlines are met.
  8. Manages a complex filing system by overseeing the filing system; creates files and records as necessary; updates files and records; determines retention or purge schedules, and retrieves files and documents as needed.
  9. Contributes to the overall success of the college by performing other essential duties and responsibilities as assigned by the President.
  10. Other duties as assigned.

 

 HOW to APPLY:

Review of applications will begin immediately, and the position will remain open until filled.  Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, resume, and three letters of professional references to: humanresources@philander.edu.  Email subject line should include the full name of the position for which you are applying, and documents should be in Word format.  You may also mail your information to:

Philander Smith College

Attn:  Office of Human Resources

900 Daisy Bates Drive

Little Rock, AR  72202

 

NOTE: Please no phone calls

Assistant/Associate Prof of Marketing (Faculty Announcement) Albany State #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MARKETING

Posting Number: 0600648
Position Category: Assistant Professor
Job Title: Assisitant/Associate Professor of Marketing
Position Code: 00202X
Position Type: Faculty
Department: College of Business
Nature of Work: The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Marketing, advise students, perform research resulting in scholarly publications, serve on department and university committees, participate in university functions and perform other duties as assigned.
Training and Experience: Applicants for this tenure-track position should:
– possess collegiate teaching experience;
– have a Doctorate degree in Marketing;
– have strong oral and written communication skills;
– have effective organization and leadership skills; and
– have the ability to work well with students and colleagues.
Evidence of scholarly professional activities is required (e.g. in-field research publication, grant writing, and/or other funding opportunities). Doctorate degree candidates (ABD) will be considered.
Testing Requirements:
Illustrative Examples of Work: The successful candidate will:
– teach 3-4 classes per semester;
– teach 2-3 course preparations per semester;
– serve on college-wide committees and complete special projects as requested;
– advise students on course planning, career opportunities and goals, successful matriculation and success beyond ASU, administrative requirements, ASU resource opportunities, and progression toward graduation;
– mentor and coach advisees in support of developing the required expertise needed to gain professional employment and/or be accepted to graduate school; build lasting relationship; and navigate an organization’s formal and informal structures;
– monitor students enrolled and not enrolled on courses being taught; and
– prepare an annual faculty evaluation portfolio of accomplishments in the above areas including documentation of student learning outcomes for assigned courses and learning objectives.
Posting Date: 12-20-2016
Closing Date:
(Screening of applications will begin at date shown and will continue until the position is filled.)
02-17-2017
FTE: .75
Special Instructions to Applicants: Screening of applicants will begin January 31, 2017.
Funding Source: General Operating (State)
Number of Openings: 1
If Other, please denote the Name of a Grant: NA
Fringe Benefits: Yes
Salary: 80,000.00
Physical Demands
Disability Statement: Applicants who have a disability and who need special services or facilities to apply or to interview should contact Human Resources at 229-430-4623. EEO/AA employer.
Optional Applicant Documents:
Required Applicant Documents: Cover Letter
Curriculum Vitae
Teaching Philosophy
Application Types Accepted: Staff Employment Application

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