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  • Tuesday, July 09, 2019 1:38 PM | Anonymous
    Posting Number S01676P
    Position Title Student Development Specialist IV (S01676P)
    Department Student Conduct Legal Services
    Location Arlington
    Job Family Student Services
    Position Status Full-time
    Work Hours Standard
    Work Schedule

    Monday-Friday; 8:00am-5:00pm.
    (Occasional evening and weekend hours)

    Open to External and Internal
    FLSA
    Salary Salary is commensurate based on qualifications and relevant experience
    Duration Funding expected to continue
    Pay Basis Monthly
    Benefits Eligible Yes
    Job Summary

    Responsible for the case management of violations of University student rules within the University’s on-campus housing community as well as outreach and education to the campus community on various topics.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    1. Investigate, hear and adjudicate violations of University student rules for the general student population with a focus on violations which occur within the on-campus housing community.
    2. Plan and coordinate proactive educational programs and outreach on topics including hazing prevention, community standards and various specialized topics for on campus students. Includes programmatic budget management and assessment.
    3. Assist with training of Residence Directors and Resident Assistants on the University student rules, the student conduct process and various federal, state and University mandates, laws and policies to endure compliance. 
    4. Knowledge of Residence Hall Guidelines, Apartment Guidelines, Housing Policies, the UTA Handbook of Operating Procedures and the UT System Regents’ Rules and Regulations to ensure that all students are afforded due process. 
    5. Participate in regular meetings with Apartment & Residence Life staff to ensure effective communication and clear direction for the residential student conduct process.
    6. Performs other duties assigned.

    General office conditions, with the majority of time spent in contact with students and Apartment & Residence Life Staff, both during and beyond usual office hours. Professional activities and participation in Student Affairs, as well as Apartment & Residence Life, may include travel and continuing education. Repetitive use of keyboard at work station. Use of manual dexterity. Security sensitive, criminal background check conducted. May require evenings and weekend hours.

    Required Qualifications

    Minimum requirements include a master’s degree in higher education, student personnel services or related field and two (2) years of experience working in Residence Life. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

    Preferred Qualifications

    Master’s degree and two (2) years of professional experience working in Residence Life with student conduct/judicial affairs experience. Experience with program development, case management, and hearing student conduct cases. Experience working with college students in a programmatic or advisory capacity.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
    Demonstrated effectiveness in working with diverse student populations. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of database and word processing computer applications including student conduct case management software. Understanding of Higher Education law.

    Working Conditions
    Special Conditions for Eligibility
    EEO Statement

    UTA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Additionally, the University prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sexual orientation. A criminal background check will be conducted on finalists. The UTA is a tobacco free campus.

    Posting Detail Information
    Number of Vacancies 1
    Desired Start Date
    Open Date 06/28/2019
    Review Start Date
    Open Until Filled
    Special Instructions to Applicants

    Applicants must include in their online resume the following information: 1) Employment history: name of company, period employed (from month/year to month/year), job title, summary of job duties and 2) Education: school name, degree type, and major.

    Supplemental Questions

    Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

    1. * What is the highest degree you have attained in higher education, student personnel services, or related field?

      (Open Ended Question)

    2. * Do you have 2 years of Residence Life experience at any level?
      • Yes
      • No
    3. * What experience do you have with student conduct?

      (Open Ended Question)

    4. * What experience do you have with programming and/or advising?

      (Open Ended Question)

    Documents Needed To Apply

    Required Documents

    1. Cover/Interest Letter
    2. Resume or CV
    Optional Documents

    https://uta.peopleadmin.com/postings/9673

  • Wednesday, July 03, 2019 10:26 AM | Anonymous

    Assistant Director of Academic Skills Center

    Department: Academic Skills Center

    Job Status: 1.0 FTE

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Reports To: Director of Academic Skills Center

    Grade/Level: N/A

    Amount of Travel Required: None

    Work Schedule: M-F; 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; 11 months; Some work may be required outside of normal business hours

    Positions Supervised: None

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    Utilizes group and/or individualized strategies to support and monitor the progress of students experiencing academic difficulty. Assists with the managing of services coordinated through the center that support academic needs of various students, including first-year students, transfer students, students with documented learning differences, etc. Teaches seminars on skills and related topics for academic success. Performs essential functions personally, through others, or in conjunction with designated personnel or outside vendors/experts.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (Duties and Responsibilities):

    Reasonable Accommodations Statement

    Reasonable Accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities that substantially limit one or more “major life activities” to perform the essential functions. Essential functions exclude Other Job Function Statement(s).

    Essential Functions Statement(s) To fully meet job expectations, the incumbent most perform each function in a fully acceptable manner.

     Coaches, monitors, and advises students experiencing academic difficulty and/or those on academic probation.  Implements disability services and related needs for students with documented accommodation needs.

     Assists with scheduling, monitoring, and follow up of testing for students with disabilities in accordance with prescribed guidelines and standards.

     Assists faculty and other staff with intervention strategies for students experiencing academic difficulty.

     Develops, coordinates, delivers a variety of workshops, information sessions, and other sponsored group activities within the intentional programs of the Academic Skills Center.

     Co-manages and supervises the peer tutor program; coordinates and implements tutor training activities.

    Other Job Function Statement(s) To fully meet job expectations, the incumbent most perform each function in a fully acceptable manner.

     Provides general assistance with various daily administrative tasks, program assessment, and data management.

     Supports the student intervention team and related efforts as directed.

     Represents the ASC when the Director is not available

     Performs other duties as assigned.

    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: (The minimum knowledge, skills, abilities, licenses, certifications, and behaviors necessary to perform the essential functions of the job at a fully acceptable level.)

    KNOWLEDGE (Defines the mental aspects of the job. Knowledge is obtained through education, experience, training, licensure, certification, or through a combination of the aforementioned.)

    Minimum: Bachelor's degree (four year college or university); one (1) year related experience in learning activities or disability services and exposure to student development in an academic setting. General understanding of a residential, liberal arts and sciences college.

    LICENSE or CERTIFICATION (To include, but not limited to: State requirements, e.g., counselor or nurse; professional certification in a specified discipline, e.g., Certified Public Accountant.) (N/A)

    SKILLS (The application of knowledge by the manual, verbal, or mental manipulation of data, words, people, or things necessary to fully meet job expectations of the essential functions.)

    To fully meet job expectations, the incumbent must:

     utilize Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) or appropriate alternative software to the extent required to effectively perform the essential functions;

     communicate effectively using a variety of styles and techniques appropriate to inform or persuade the intended audience.

    ABILITIES (Natural talents, developed proficiencies, and or other job-related requirements. This section includes observable behaviors or behaviors that produce observable results necessary to fully meet job expectations of the essential functions.)

    To fully meet job expectations, the incumbent must have the ability to:

     work evenings and weekends;

     maintain regular and consistent attendance;

     establish and maintain professional and appropriate staff/student relationships;

     use cognitive skills to: solve problems, develop, plan and implement goals, organize work or assigned projects.

     work independently with little supervision;

     reflect a professional appearance at the office and at all work-related activities;  organize work or assigned projects;

     balance multiple projects and unstructured tasks within deadlines;

     work under pressure while maintaining a professional demeanor;  identify problem(s) or concerns;

     recommend appropriate solutions or responses;

     understand and administer pre and post testing security standards;

     maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive matters;

     model high standards of honesty, integrity, trust, and ethical behavior;

     maintain on-going active engagement of program administration and associated activities;

     network effectively and collaborate with groups and individuals, both on and off campus, to facilitate attainment of program goals and/or related issues;

    BEHAVIORS (Required by the institution of all employees within a classification (exempt, nonexempt, managerial/supervisory) necessary to fully meet job expectations of the essential functions and are formally reviewed during the annual performance evaluation process.)

    To fully meet job expectations, the incumbent must demonstrate the following:

     Independence of Action/Initiative – Exercises good judgment in problem solving and decision making;

     Service Orientation – Exhibits a 'customer friendly' demeanor with internal and external customers;

     Resourcefulness/Creativity – Presents a variety of options to fulfill job responsibilities and meet workplace objectives;

     Communication Skills – Presents ideas effectively. Conveys thoughts clearly and concisely. Listens well and asks appropriate questions;

     Teamwork – Works effectively with other employees. Offers help when needed.

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The following represent the physical requirements of the essential job functions: Physical activities required are finger dexterity necessary to operate equipment used in the position, talking, seeing and hearing. Walking, sitting, bending/stooping, pushing/pulling and minimal unassisted lifting (up to 20 pounds) associated with the job duties is required.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT: Typical environment is an office setting with moderate noise. May occasionally work in other locations on campus to include outdoors.

    Disclaimer: The College has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included. It is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position described. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities. Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This document does not represent a contract of employment, and the College reserves the right to change this job description and/or assign tasks for the employee to perform, as the College may deem appropriate. 

    Position is open until filled.  www.austincollege.edu

  • Wednesday, June 26, 2019 11:27 AM | Anonymous

    Lone Star College-North Harris

    #31091 Director, Nursing Program

    Purpose and Scope: 

    The Director, Nursing Program is responsible for managing staff and/or resources of the Nursing program to provide specific program or service offerings to internal or external stakeholders. Responsible for program success through marketing and enrollment, and budget planning & allocation. The Director directs all aspects of the LVN & ADN program including admission, orientation, advising, progression, graduation and, when necessary, the probation, appeal and dismissal of students.

    Essential Job Functions:

    Gather, collate, and disseminate program outcome data. Prepare and submit reports to Texas Board of Nursing for MEEP and ADN programs, Accrediting Commission for Nursing Education (ACEN) for ADN program, National League for Nursing (NLN), The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and others

    Monitor the quality of all instruction including program review and strategic planning. Evaluate nursing faculty and staff

    Maintain approval and accreditation standards, preparing for self-studies, site visits, and follow-up reports

    Ensure all applicants are qualified by meeting program admission requirements for respective program. Ensure that students meet graduation and licensure requirements

    Participate on college and system-wide hiring and other committees as needed. Serve as facilitator on all system-wide nursing committees and chair of campus specific nursing committees. Participate in and attend all advisory committee meetings

    Schedule classes and clinical sites for respective college, using agreed upon system rotation. Schedule full time and adjunct faculty to appropriate workload and clinical sites based on clinical expertise

    Work with academic affairs to establish and maintain affiliation agreements with clinical sites and universities

    Mediate concerns between students and faculty. If conflict is unresolved, follow college procedures for grievance

    Maintain community relationships, effectively communicate with community partners, participate in marketing, and advocate for the program in the community. Work with academic affairs to establish and maintain affiliation agreements with clinical sites and universities

    Ensure that all admitted students receive adequate orientation to program and provide information sessions as needed for potential applicants

    Develop and maintain current degree plan, keeping website and printed materials current

    Ensure that all graduates meet the TBON standards for graduation and licensure requirements

    Evaluate adjunct faculty as per system policy- in conjunction with Dean, evaluate full time faculty per system policy

    Responsible for other reasonable, related duties as assigned

    Salary:

    $79,960

    Required:

    Master's degree in Nursing and at least 5 years of related work experience

    Must have been employed in the nursing field within the last 3 years

    Must have a minimum of 3 years teaching experience in a professional nursing education program

    Current Texas R.N. license by application review date

    How to Apply:

     

    ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE ONLY!

     

    We will not accept application material received via fax, email, mail, or hand delivered. 

     

    Postings for part-time and adjunct positions are active for the academic year.  By selecting the option

    to receive notifications on your profile, you will begin receiving electronic communication regarding new opportunities with Lone Star College (LSC).

     

    If selected for an interview, a recruiter will contact you by phone, or email to schedule an interview.  

    Lone Star College participates in the E-Verify program, under which Lone Star College provides the federal government with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm that the employee is authorized to work in the United States. 

     

    More information on the E-Verify program is available at www.dhs.gov/E-Verify

     

    Lone Star College is an EEO Employer.  All positions are subject to a criminal background check.

    http://www.lonestar.edu/employment


  • Wednesday, June 26, 2019 11:25 AM | Anonymous

    Lone Star College-University Park

    #31029 Chief Strategist, Innovation & Research

    Purpose and Scope: 

    The Chief Strategist, Innovation and Research will be responsible for directing, leading, integrating, and mobilizing critical elements of the innovation eco-system. Position will develop a strategic roadmap that allows LSC-UP to be nationally recognized as an innovative college that brings together innovation through students, faculty, alumni, academia, business, and governments.  The position will also develop a funding roadmap that allows sustainability and growth and assists all partners with the necessary steps to bring products and services through the cycle of innovation to student success.

    Essential Job Functions:

    Leads innovation initiatives via development, deployment, and management of strategic projects

    Provides leadership and management to the college Professional Development team

    Provides leadership and management to the College Relations team

    Develop and lead Office of Project Management

    Coordinates President’s large functions such as, but not limited to, Innovation Week, Houston Open Innovation Conference, presentations and awards ceremonies

    Responsible for division and department’s fiscal health, including but not limited to costs and expenses

    Works with management to identify and capture ideas for specific market gaps or needs and adjusts the innovation initiatives according to market trends

    Defines and drives a consistent cadence of meetings and reporting among teams and lines of business, weaving innovation activities into a cohesive plan and consistent reporting for business unit leadership; supports the Innovation Leader to drive regional innovation leadership and ownership

    Develops local and departmental Innovation Leader teams to promote and sustain an innovation culture; identifies internal expert communities to leverage and recognize knowledge and experience within our organization

    Responsible for coordination of campus wide data analytics and reports

    Oversees identification, coordination and generation of all campus grant initiatives and submissions via the grant office

    Establishes professional affiliations, memberships, and networking opportunities, and mines other external sources for idea generation via open innovation and partnerships

    Responsible for other reasonable, related duties as assigned

    Salary:

     $99,340

    Required:

    Master’s degree and at least 10 years of related work experience, with at least 5 years in a Manager or Director level position

    How to Apply:

    ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE ONLY!

    We will not accept application material received via fax, email, mail, or hand delivered. 

    Postings for part-time and adjunct positions are active for the academic year.  By selecting the option

    to receive notifications on your profile, you will begin receiving electronic communication regarding new opportunities with Lone Star College (LSC).

    If selected for an interview, a recruiter will contact you by phone, or email to schedule an interview.  

    Lone Star College participates in the E-Verify program, under which Lone Star College provides the federal government with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm that the employee is authorized to work in the United States. 

    More information on the E-Verify program is available at www.dhs.gov/E-Verify

    Lone Star College is an EEO Employer.  All positions are subject to a criminal background check.

    http://www.lonestar.edu/employment


  • Monday, June 17, 2019 2:31 PM | Anonymous

    Administrator | 17849BR

    Office of LGBTQIA Education & Engagement
    Texas Tech University

     

    Position Description

    Performs managerial work providing direction and guidance in setting and achieving goals and objectives; developing policies; reviewing guidelines, procedures, rules, and regulations; establishing priorities, standards, and measurement tools for determining progress in meeting goals; coordinating and evaluating program activities; and establishing and monitoring budgets. May plan, assign, and supervise the work of others. Works under limited supervision with latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.

     

    Major/Essential Functions

    • Student-focused program design, coordination, and assessment.
    • Direct engagement through advising and mentoring practice with students and LGBTQIA-affiliated student organizations/initiatives.
    • Connect the university community through various resources across campuses, programs, and other opportunities.
    • Train, supervise, and evaluate undergraduate students, interns, and volunteers in the Office as assigned.
    • Administrative and other duties assigned by the Director for the Office of LGBTQIA Education & Engagement.

    ·         

    Required Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree in area of expertise or closely related area required. Three years of experience in planning, developing, or implementing programs/projects or research grants. Additional education may substitute for required experience on a year-for-year basis.

     

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Master's degree.
    • Three to five years of professional experience working in student affairs, diversity, higher education administration, or a related field.
    • Experience with creative educational program development, including program development, coordination, and assessment.
    • Knowledge of sexual orientation and gender identity and issues of concern to LGBTQIA individuals and other intersecting identities.
    • Experience working with students in a university setting.
    • Ability to manage multiple responsibilities with consistent accuracy, follow-through, and frequent interruptions.
    • Strong communication skills, including group facilitation and/or presentations and trainings.
    • Demonstrated experience working independently as well as a member of a diverse team.

    ·         

    Job Type

    Full Time

     

    Pay Basis

    Hourly

     

    Minimum Hire Rate

    18.24

     

    Pay Statement

    Compensation is commensurate upon the qualifications of the individual selected and budgetary guidelines of the hiring department, as well as, the institutional pay plan. For additional information, please reference the institutional pay plan on the Human Resources webpage.

     

    Travel Required

    Up to 25%

     

    EEO Statement

    As an EEO/AA employer, the Texas Tech University System and its components will not discriminate in our employment practices based on an applicant’s race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or status as a protected veteran.

     

    Application Procedures:

    1.  Apply online at http://www.workattexastech.com enter via Staff portal and search for req#ID17849
    2.  Shortcut URL:  https://bit.ly/31y1pD0
    3.  Required Attachments:  Cover Letter, Resume, and Professional Personal References
    4.  If you should need assistance with the application process, please contact Texas Tech University, Human Resources, Talent Acquisition office at hrs.recruiting@ttu.edu or 806-742-3851


  • Friday, June 14, 2019 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    Title IX Deputy

    Coordinator

    Posting Number: 312051DP
    BCM Department: Office of Student Services/Registrar
    Subsection: Institutional Diversity & Inclusion
    Location: Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX
    Salary Range: Up to $69,804
    Employment Duration: Full-time
    Staff Job Category: Academic and Student Services, Administrative Professionals

    Description

    The Deputy Title IX Coordinator is responsible for managing the day-to- day tasks associated with the operations of the Title IX compliance program along with providing institution-wide leadership and expertise related to Title IX, VAWA and other identified compliance areas. This position participates in collaborative and coordinated efforts in monitoring, grievance processes, education, outreach and information reporting.

    • Assists the Title IX Coordinator in managing all reports of sexual misconduct from receipt to resolution.
    • Provides comprehensive, timely, trauma-informed response and support services to students, faculty and staff reporting sexual misconduct.
    • Conducts intake meetings with individuals reporting sexual misconduct.
    • Works with investigators to ensure a well-documented Title IX investigative process.
    • Investigates and takes steps needed for a Title IX complaint - from investigation inception through final resolution.
    • Assists with Title IX investigations and hearings.
    • Collaborates with members of the college to conduct training, prevention, and education efforts and periodic review of climate and culture
    • Provides advising to individuals, including the Respondent, Complainant, or a third party in pending investigations, about the reporting options and resources available.
    • Works in collaboration with other college offices to assist individuals who are experiencing issues that may be impeding their academic success.
    • Maintains current inventory of regulations and statutes relating to sex, gender based violence including, but not limited to Title VII, Title IX, VAWA, Campus Save Act, Clery Act and any new legislation on the subject.

    Required:

    • Master's degree from an accredited institution in a related field (e.g., higher education administration, graduate training in law, or other relevant discipline).

    Preferred:

    • Ed.D., Ph.D. or J.D from an accredited institution in related field.

    Required:

    • Five plus years of experience in Title IX including a minimum of two years investigating claims of sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence and/or stalking.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of Title IX and VAWA and other applicable laws and regulations.
    • Experience conducting investigations alleging discrimination.
    • Knowledge of and experience with issues related to gender based violence.
    • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusivity, as well as the ability to work with a wide range of constituencies (staff, students, faculty, administrators) with diplomacy and tact.

    Preferred:

    • Experience in higher education.

    Preferred Licensure/Certification/Specialized Training:

    • Completion of sexual violence prevention and/or response training with a nationally-recognized organization.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

    • Knowledge of laws, policies and procedures related to Title IX and the Violence against Women Act.
    • Knowledge of and ability to interpret Title IX, federal, local and state equal opportunity and non-discrimination laws and regulations.
    • Skill in communicating with various levels of the college and ability to foster positive interactions with diverse constituencies. 
    • Ability to conduct investigation interviews using proactive listening skills and thorough questioning techniques.
    • Ability to exercise independent and mature judgement, maintain objectivity, and safeguard confidential and sensitive information.
    • Ability to understand the needs of the university and to work collaboratively with students, faculty, staff, administrators and community partners; collaboratively with students, faculty, staff, administrators and community partners.

     

    Application Documents

    The following is a list of the Required and Optional documents for this position. Please be sure to have them ready before you submit your application.

    Required Documents: Resume/CV
    Optional Documents: Cover Letter

    Apply for this position

  • Friday, June 14, 2019 9:58 AM | Anonymous

    Disability Coordinator

    Posting Number: 312052DP
    BCM Department: Office of Student Services/Registrar
    Subsection:
    Location: Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX
    Salary Range: Up to $56,656
    Employment Duration: Full-time
    Staff Job Category: Academic and Student Services, Administrative Professionals

    Description

    The Disability Coordinator in the Office of Student Services works collaboratively with the Director, Program Administrators, and faculty/staff to ensure that legally mandated accommodations and services for BCM students and trainees who have disabilities are implemented as required by state and federal law. Additionally, the Coordinator will work to provide support and outreach for students and trainees with disabilities including but not limited to: disability- related academic coaching, resolving accommodation related issues, and providing referrals. In collaboration with the Director, the Coordinator will work to promote and market the services provided by BCM and provide faculty and staff development. The Coordinator will also maintain regional and national professional affiliations with disability-related organizations.

    • Assist the Director, in processing accommodation applications, determining eligibility and reasonable accommodations and providing intakes for students and trainees with disabilities. Accommodation determinations may require consultation with students, student health- care providers (as needed), faculty and program Administrators across all BCM academic programs at BCM main campus and affiliate campuses.
    • Serve as a resource to students and trainees by providing proactive disability related academic support, coaching, referrals, and informal resolution of accommodation issues.
    • Maintain confidential records, including documents pertaining to disability documentation, the interactive process, reasonable accommodations, case notes, and the implementation of reasonable accommodations.
    • In collaboration with the Director, prepare annual reports and participate in departmental assessment activities.
    • In collaboration with the Director, participate in projects that promote continual improvement in delivery of departmental services and accessibility at BCM. Proactively work with faculty, students, trainees and Program Administrators to implement the recommended accommodations.
    • In all job duties, maintain and promote compliance with BCM policies, state, and federal laws related to equal access for students with disabilities by keeping apprised of applicable legal case law, OCR decisions, and DOJ recommendations, as well as elevating compliance related issues to the attention of the Director.

    Required:

    • A Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Sociology, Education, or Special Education.
    • Five years of experience with responsibility for program or project monitoring and coordination to include working with college-age students providing student support, coaching, and other services. The experience must include evaluation of ADA mandated accommodations and one year of experience working with people with disabilities.
    • Experience coaching students who are experiencing academic difficulties or who are in crisis.
    • Knowledge of federal and state laws related to providing disability accommodations in higher education and in compliance with ADA and Section 504 Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
    • Demonstrated proficiency with computer software skills, including databases, spreadsheets, word processing, and familiarity with student information systems.
    • Experience working with diverse individuals.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, including listening abilities coupled with the skill to analyze complex issues and present clear and logical solutions and recommendations.
    • Knowledge of a variety of strategies, tools and accommodations to support student and trainee needs.
    • Ability to collaborate and work effectively with various stakeholders, including administrators, faculty, staff, trainees and students.
    • Demonstrated experience in successful outreach campaigns geared to improve student and trainee satisfaction and greater academic success.
    • Experience in program assessment and planning.


    Preferred:

    • Master’s degree in related field (e.g. Higher Education, Student Services Administration, Adult Education, Psychology, Sociology, Counseling, Special Education, or Vocational Rehabilitation).
    • Experience working in disability services in higher education.
    • Knowledge of and/or experience in providing accommodations in the health and medical sciences, including lab and clinical accommodations.

    Application Documents

    The following is a list of the Required and Optional documents for this position. Please be sure to have them ready before you submit your application.

    Required Documents: Resume/CV
    Optional Documents: Cover Letter


    Apply for this Position

  • Monday, June 10, 2019 3:52 PM | Anonymous

    UNT Student Activities is currently searching for two Coordinators of Student Organizations, responsible for the management of services and programs for 425+ student organizations. A master's degree and two years of student affairs related experience (or equivalent) is required.

    Position Information

    Requisition Number 155184  
    Job Title Coordinator of Student Organizations  
    Official Title Student Services Coordinator  
    Position Number 00012369  
    Department Student Affairs-Gen - 160000  
    Location Denton  
    Is this an internal posting only? No  
    Work Schedule Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm (some nights and weekends)  
    Department Overview One of the goals of Student Activities is to help students get connected and involved on campus, to maximize their collegiate experience. Through a variety of events, services, and resources, the office provides students and student organizations with opportunities to connect to the university and to other students. Student Activities promotes a sense of community and loyalty to the University while serving to enhance the social and developmental growth of students as individuals or as members of organizations. It does this through three main areas: campus-wide events and traditions; Off-Campus Student Services; and student organization services. 

    This Coordinator of Student Organizations, in partnership with another Coordinator, is responsible for organizing the registration and management of, and developing programs and services for, over 425 student organizations. While this position focuses on providing resources and services for student organizations, the primary aim is to foster the mission of Student Activities, the Division of Student Affairs, and the University of North Texas.  
    Job Description Student Activities at the University of North Texas is seeking to hire a Coordinator of Student Organization to join our team. 

    Please note there are 2 positions available. 

    Responsibilities of the positions include, but are not limited to: 

    * Manage bi-annual registration process for student organizations. 
    * Manage new organization formation and approval process. 
    * Coordinate and develop training, programs, and services for student organizations at the University of North Texas, including but not limited to: organization fairs, advisor and officer workshops, CEO (Co-Curricular Experience Outcomes) Prep, presidents' mixers, Involvement Advising, and Eagle Awards. 
    * Serve as lead OrgSync (Engage) administrator and provide user training to students and staff. 
    * Develop resources to improve the effectiveness and success of student organization officers and advisors. 
    * Answer student organization-related questions about topics including policy, procedure, successful management, getting involved, etc. 
    * Address risk management issues of student organization events by serving as a member of the Event Safety Committee. 
    * Consult with officers, members, and/or advisors regarding student organization events. 
    * Coordinate risk management initiatives and ensure training and record-keeping complies with Texas Educational Code. 
    * Oversee student organization Event Application process and classroom reservations. 
    * Verify eligibility of student organization officers, per University policy, and serve as chair of the Eligibility Appeals Committee. 
    * Coordinate the recruitment, selection, training, and management/supervision of Student Activities student workers. 
    * Plan annual Quiz Bowl campus tournament and advise Quiz Bowl Club. 
    * Assist with the development, implementation, and interpretation of policies related to student organization functioning. 
    * Supervise, train, and develop a graduate assistant. 
    * Prepare and administer budget for respective programs and services. 
    * Facilitate assessment activities that help improve Student Activities and services for student organizations and their officers, members, and advisors. 
    * Create reports for respective programs and services. 
    * Promote and advertise/market Student Activities and respective programs and services to the general campus community. 
    * Conduct presentations and trainings related to student involvement and leadership, along with respective programs and services. 
    * Develop relationships and work closely with other departments across campus (e.g., Greek Life, Center for Leadership & Service, Rec Sports). 
    * Serve as part of Student Activities staff support at all campus-wide events. 
    * Represent Student Activities on division and university committees. 

    The University of North Texas System and its component institutions are committed to equal opportunity and comply with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University of North Texas System and its component institutions do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, and employment practices.  
    Minimum Qualifications The successful candidate will possess a Master's Degree in related field and two years of student services, student affairs, counseling, advising, or related experience; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience. 

    * Excellent public speaking skills with experience in conducting training workshops. 
    * Ability to provide leadership and mentoring to student populations. 
    * Experience in networking across departments and programs. 
    * Demonstrated commitment to diversity. 
    * Strong organizational skills and ability to simultaneously execute multiple projects. 
    * Excellent verbal and written communication, and computer skills. 
    * Some experience in customer service is preferred.  
    Preferred Qualifications The preferred candidate will possess experience that provides the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: 

    * Knowledge about student organization management and advising.
    * Knowledge of campus activities programming. 
    * Knowledge about issues related to student development at the collegiate level. 
    * Ability to work effectively with diverse populations. 
    * Strong communication skills, verbal and written. 
    * Strong organizational skills and attention to detail, due to the required record-keeping involved. 
    * Strong problem-solving skills. 
    * Strong critical thinking skills. 
    * Ability to professionally and effectively advise and mentor college students. 
    * Strong planning and project management skills. 
    * Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships. 
    * Ability to work independently and on a team. 
    * Knowledge of safety and security precautions appropriate to work performed.  
    Special Instructions to Applicants Applicants must submit a resume with their online application.  
    Is this a security sensitive position? Yes  
    Driving a University Vehicle? No  
    Job Open Date 06-06-2019  
    Job Close Date 06-20-2019
    Pay Rate $3,291.67  
    Pay Basis Monthly  
    Job Type Full-time Permanent  
    Quicklink for Posting jobs.unt.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=66238  


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    http://jobs.unt.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=66238


  • Monday, June 10, 2019 3:49 PM | Anonymous

      Director of Greek Life Job Description

    This position is responsible for providing oversight to all programs and services originating out of Greek Life, including advising all four Greek councils, working with local and national chapters for each organization (40 current chapters), maintaining a 6,000 square foot facility, and the management of 7 university-owned sorority houses and 8 fraternity houses we have land leases with. Duties include program planning and development, budget allocation and monitoring, assessment, supervision, strategic planning, and outreach.

    • Develops a strategic plan for the growth of Greek Life at UNT.

    • Maintains a comprehensive communication plan for Greek Life at UNT.

    • Allocates and manages all budgets related to Greek Life.

    • Provides oversite to all 4 Greek Councils and seeks to establish relationships with chapter advisors, housing corporations, and Greek alumni.

    • Provides direct supervision to 3 full-time staff members, a graduate assistant, and several student employees.

    • Establishes and manages departmental strategic and assessment plan, including the development of expected and learning outcomes.

    • Understands national trends and risk management practices related to Greek Life and educates the Greek and university community on key pieces.

    • Works with chapters to ensure adherence to national policies outlined by their organizations, as well as university polices and local, state, and national policies that impact Greek organizations.

    • Effectively communicates to chapters, chapter advisors, housing corporations, national offices, and other campus constituents.

    • Work closely and collaboratively with representatives of (inter) national organizations.

    • Develops and sustains cooperative relationships with academic departments, faculty members, Student Affairs, and other university departments and Divisions.

    • Ensures department’s participation in the campus’ Quality Enhancement Plan and other major initiatives.

    • Represents the university locally, regionally, and nationally in terms of orientation and transition programs.

    Supervision Received

    • Receives only broad administrative guidance. Assignments are in terms of setting objectives within strategic planning goals. Employee has responsibility for planning, designing and implementing programs and projects, and sets goals for department. Review of work is generally limited to accomplishment of broad functional objectives, and conformance to policies and regulatory requirements.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in related field and at least six years of related professional experience.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Master’s degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, or an equivalent degree program.

    • Six years of direct Greek Life experience.

    • Experience supervising full-time employees.

    • Experience managing budgets.

    To Apply

    • Go to http://jobs.unt.edu.

    • Search for Job Title: Director, Greek Life

  • Thursday, June 06, 2019 11:21 AM | Anonymous

    Title V Grant - STEM Academic Coordinator (STEM Academic Advisor - October 1, 2019)

    •  16-May-2019 to 07-Jun-2019 (CST)
    •  Title V Grant - STEM
    •  San Antonio, TX, USA
    •  $42,000 to $44,933
    •  Salary
    •  Full Time

     Competitive Pay; Generous vacation, sick, & holiday benefits; Excellent health & welfare benefits with 100% tuition assistance available.

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    SUMMARY: Through September 30, 2019, the position will focus on carrying out Title V grant project work, which includes the following: Lead the development and pilots of new STEM support services'intrusive academic advising, academic skills workshops, enhanced tutoring, and a summer bridge program. The STEM Academic Coordinator will work closely with project staff to align services with new/redesigned courses, ensuring they meet the needs of STEM students. Additionally, they will collaborate with other campus professionals to best integrate new support services at the University. During the grant project, the STEM Academic Coordinator will report to the Project Director. The position will be fully institutionalized at the university by October 2019 with the long-term role of undergraduate academic advising. This role would focus heavily on holistic academic advising for undergraduate students in the School of Science, Engineering, and Technology, to include providing students with the necessary information and guidance to make timely progress toward graduation. The role would also include proactive advising, intervention, and programming, and it would be responsible for facilitating the enrollment process for new SET transfer students, through transfer articulation, advising degree planning, and registration. St. Mary's is a designated Hispanic-Serving Institution and an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants are welcome; we actively encourage minorities and women to apply.

     

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES until September 30, 2019 include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Starting October 1, 2019, duties will focus more heavily on advising-related activities.

    • Collaborate with StMU staff, SET faculty, and project staff to develop and pilot a STEM intrusive advising system
    • Oversee and evaluate the development of pilots of STEM services
    • Work with project staff and StMU administration/faculty to align STEM services to curricula/programs
    • Coordinate with directors of institution-wide academic and student support services programs to integrate STEM services within StMU
    • Collaborate with SET faculty, LAC personnel, and project staff to develop and pilot STEM tutoring
    • Assist in training of STEM tutors; supervise STEM tutors
    • Lead development and pilots of academic skills workshops
    • Develop and facilitate a STEM Summer Bridge Program; supervise Summer Bridge Peer Mentors
    • Maintain records and assist with project evaluation

    Starting October 1, 2019, essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

    • Provide accurate information and advice concerning core and major program requirements.
    • Assist students on the development of both short-term and long-term academic and career goals
    • Review and approve student educational plan in DegreeWorks (GPS)
    • Monitor educational planner to ensure successful degree progression.
    • Provide holistic guidance regarding academic difficulties and transition issues
    • Monitor students on academic probation
    • Maintain systematic and frequent contact with advisees
    • Maintain accurate records (including electronic records) of interactions with students
    • Develop advising materials and presentations that support individual and group advising sessions and promote academic success.
    • Educate students on academic policies and procedures
    • Refer students to on-campus resources when appropriate
    • Partner with STRIVE Center to ensure student participation in career exploration and planning activities
    • Meet with potential transfer students to discuss transfer articulation
    • Assist new students with registration activities and recommend solutions to course scheduling difficulties when needed
    • Provide support at new student orientation programs
    • Stay abreast of changing institutional policies, procedures and program changes
    • Be a student advocate when appropriate
    • Serve as a resource for SET faculty mentors and advisers
    • Partner with Department Chairs to ensure expertise in curricular and co-curricular planning, opportunities, and resources;
    • Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein

     

    Supervision: The position reports to the Project Director of the Title V Grant; supervision is expected to change starting October 1, 2019.

     

    EDUCATION: Master's in Education, Student Development or related field, Ph.D. preferred

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:  

    • 3 years' experience in administering and/or developing/implementing student services programs
    • 3 years' experience working with minority, "high risk," and underprepared students
    • Personnel management experience
    • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and complete multiple complex projects
    • Strong communication skills
    • Instructional experience preferred

     

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  While performing this role, the employee will be regularly required to sit, walk, and stand; talk and hear, both in person and by telephone; and use hands repetitively to operate standard office equipment; and occasionally required to lift up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus.  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

    Link to job posting: https://stmarytx.applicantpro.com/jobs/1085166.html


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