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  • Friday, January 11, 2019 8:42 AM | Anonymous

    Position Title

    Assistant Director

    Functional Title

    Assistant Director/Training Director

    Department

    Student Counseling

    Salary Range

    Commensurate with experience

    Pay Basis

    Annually

    Position Status

    Regular full-time

    Location

    Richardson

    Position End Date (if temporary)

    Posting Open Date

    12/13/2018

    Posting Close Date

    Open Until Filled

    No

    Desired Start Date

    Job Summary

    The Assistant Director/Training Director participates as a member of the Student Counseling Center (SCC) leadership team, works closely with the Director and other department leadership to oversee operations of the Counseling Center and to ensure the psychological health and well-being of the campus community. The person in this position is responsible for overseeing the practicum program and for reestablishing a doctoral health psychology internship program. The Training Director supervises professional staff members who coordinate the practicum program; administratively supervises staff who provide supervision and training; coordinates the recruitment, training, and evaluation of psychology trainees; ensures compliance with APA standards of accreditation; and supervises trainees and professional clinical staff.

    This person in this position also directly provides psychological services and programs to the university community and assists department leadership in responding to student and campus crisis situations. Psychological services include individual, couple and group counseling; crisis intervention, consultation and outreach.

    Demonstrated experience supervising and training future mental health providers is necessary. Experience with developmental and serious mental health issues relevant to university students is required. This position balances the need for high quality training programs with high clinical demand. The Assistant Director/Training Director reports to the Director of the SCC.

    Minimum Education and Experience

    Doctoral degree in behavioral science or related area; major coursework in counseling or clinical psychology; minimum three years counseling or related experience; knowledge of theory, technique, assessment, diagnosis, psychotherapeutic interventions, presentation and supervision skills; Texas license or eligibility for a Texas license within one year.

    Preferred Education and Experience

    - Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited program.
    - A minimum of two years of experience as a Training Director or Training Coordinator OR 3-5 years of experience as a Practicum Coordinator or Assistant Training Director in a college or university setting
    - Licensed as a psychologist for a minimum of three years. If not licensed in Texas, licensed in another state with the ability to be licensed in Texas within 6 months of hire.
    - 3-5 years of experience providing group and individual supervision to psychology graduate trainees within a doctoral internship program.
    - Experience with range of clinical issues, including more serious mental health issues.
    - Experience providing brief therapy.
    - Demonstrated experience with and/or commitment to working effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds, in support of the development of a multicultural organization.
    - Ability to work collaboratively as part of a leadership team and with all levels of clinical and administrative staff.
    - Excellent organizational, problem solving, and decision making skills.
    - Strong multitasking skills and the ability to prioritize multiple activities and demands.
    - Excellent written and oral communication skills
    - Advanced knowledge of supervision theories, particularly developmental and multicultural models.
    - Previous experience collaborating with campus partners.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    The Assistant Director/Training Director participates as a member of the Student Counseling Center (SCC) leadership team, works closely with the Director and other department leadership to oversee operations of the Counseling Center and to ensure the psychological health and well-being of the campus community. The person in this position is responsible for overseeing our APA accredited doctoral internship and practicum training programs. We anticipate an initial part of the role will be in reestablishing our doctoral health psychology internship program for the 2020-2021 internship class. The Training Director supervises professional staff members who coordinate the practicum program; administratively supervises staff who provide supervision and training; coordinates the recruitment, training, and evaluation of psychology trainees; ensures compliance with APA standards of accreditation; and supervises trainees and professional clinical staff.

    This person in this position also directly provides psychological services and programs to the university community and assists department leadership in responding to student and campus crisis situations. Psychological services include individual, couple and group counseling; crisis intervention, consultation and outreach.

    Demonstrated experience supervising and training future mental health providers is necessary. Experience with developmental and serious mental health issues relevant to university students is required. This position balances the need for high quality training programs with high clinical demand. The Assistant Director/Training Director reports to the Director of the SCC.

     

    All applicants must apply online at: https://jobs.utdallas.edu/postings/11385

     


  • Thursday, January 03, 2019 9:44 AM | Anonymous

    Lone Star College-Conroe Center

    Faculty, Professional Pilot 18000935

    Position Summary:

    It is the responsibility of the teaching faculty to provide the learning activities and support that will lead to the achievement of the course objectives and contribute to the educational environment of the college and the community. The faculty member's role encompasses the general areas of learning facilitation, professional development, and institutional service. Primary responsibilities are to plan, develop and teach courses within the curriculum in a manner that facilitates student learning.

    Job Functions:

    1. Teaches assigned pilot training courses and labs at a variety of times and locations in response to institutional needs

    2. Makes continuous efforts to improve the quality of instruction by reviewing and utilizing innovative methodologies, techniques, and delivery methods

    3. Develops and uses a syllabus for each course or laboratory within college and departmental guidelines

    4. Ensure safety standards are met in accordance with the FAA, AABI, and institution

    5. requirements Plans, develops and uses a variety of teaching methods and materials that assist students in meeting course objectives and which are appropriate for students with differing educational and experiential backgrounds and    learning styles

    6. Evaluates students to measure their progress toward achievement of stated course objectives and informs them in a timely manner of their progress in the course

    7. Submits required college reports and forms

    8. Reviews, evaluates, and recommends student learning materials

    9. Maintains professional relationships with students, colleagues and the community

    10. Provides access to students through posted office hours, electronic communication and other appropriate methods

    11. Responsible for professional development and institutional service as determined in consultation with the Dean

    12. Responsible for other reasonable related duties as assigned

    Salary:

    Commensurate with experience, qualifications & education

    Required:

    • Bachelor's degree and at least 3 years of non-teaching work experience
    • Current FAA Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor Instrument, Certified Ground Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor Multi-Engine or the certification/recertification by the first date of employment

    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.


  • Friday, December 14, 2018 1:42 PM | Anonymous

    Lone Star College-University Park

    Manager, Outreach # 18000914

    Position Summary:

    The Manager, Outreach directs and coordinates department activities, creating, implementing, and evaluating processes to ensure continuously effective operations. Reviews and analyzes reports, records, and directives and confers with others to obtain data required for planning departmental activities. Hires, trains and oversees staff within assigned department. Monitors cost and budget for outreach and recruitment activities.

    Job Functions:

    1. Directs and implements a comprehensive system of training for managers and administrators to implement student recruitment initiatives; creates, organizes, and distributes a schedule of recruitment opportunities and events

    2. Develops and implements marketing strategies and targeted recruitment populations, especially under-served populations; provides advice and assistance to Administration on creation and implementation of services to meet the needs of students

    3. Selects, trains, evaluates, and supervises department staff; assigns responsibilities, gives directions, prepares schedules, and sets deadlines and work schedules to ensure timely completion of work

    4. Maintains a system and database for tracking prospective students, from initial contact through enrollment

    5. Collects, analyzes and provides a variety of materials, reports and presentations on enrollment, demographic, and other related data; provides a population analysis used in determining the targeted recruitment efforts; analyzes enrollment trends

    6. Evaluates recruitment program outcomes to determine effectiveness of program; makes recommendations for improvements as needed

    7. Assists in developing budget for area; provides oversight to ensure LSC budgeting guidelines are followed

    8. Establishes and maintains relationships with the local independent school districts and other internal and external partners to develop and sustain student recruitment and outreach partnerships; researches city-wide recruitment opportunities for the college

    9. Represents assigned LSC-campus at a variety of community/student outreach events

    10. Responsible for other reasonable related duties as assigned

    Salary:

    $52,430

    Required:

    Bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of related work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience

    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://jobs.lonestar.edu


  • Friday, December 07, 2018 2:32 PM | Anonymous

    Job Title               Director, Conference & Event Services 

    Job Description

    The Union Administration Department at the University of North Texas is seeking to hire a Director, Conference & Event Services to join our team. The primary purpose of this position is to oversee all aspects of event planning and management services. Areas of oversight include scheduling, event planning, technical services, event set ups, and event implementation. Events will include camps and conferences for both internal and external clients. Coordinates and collaborates with various campus entities and other stakeholders.

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

    * Participates in the senior management team and provides assistance in planning and assessment of services relative to functional areas.

    * Develops strategic direction for all areas of operation.

    * Hires and oversees staff including hiring, training, evaluation, coaching, and professional development.

    * Provides excellence in customer service to all clients and constituents.

    * Budget preparation, allocation, and monitoring for functional areas.

    * Stays current on best practices for conference and event services.

    * Builds relationships with partners and stakeholders to meet the goals of the department and university.

    * Assures adequate risk assessment and response for scheduled events.

    * Participates in University committees and planning groups as appropriate for position.

    The successful candidate will possess the following required qualifications:

    Bachelor's Degree in related field and five years of professional related experience; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

    * Extensive knowledge of event planning, event management, and event implementation.

    * Excellent written and oral communication skills.

    * Excellent presentation skills.

    * Ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships.

    * Ability to supervise, train, and plan work of subordinates.

    * Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.

    * Skill in use of computer, Microsoft office and/or other software. 

    The preferred candidate will possess the following additional qualifications:

    * Master's Degree with five years of experience in event management and supervision.

    * ACUI and ACEED-I knowledge and/or membership.

    * Experience with Event Management System (EMS) and CVENT software programs. 

    Quicklink for Posting:    jobs.unt.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=65483 

    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. 


  • Monday, December 03, 2018 10:27 AM | Anonymous

    Coordinator for Student Engagement - #494918

    Setzer Student Center

    Lamar University

    Summary:

    The Coordinator for Student Engagement will provide leadership through coordination and participation in developing workshops and retreats, student staff selection and training, fiscal oversight, assessment and marketing to support student organizations.  The Coordinator will also provide support and assistance within the Setzer Student Center by assisting with Homecoming, student tailgates, and signature Setzer Student Center programs. The Coordinator will report to the Associate Director for Programming and Events.

    Responsibilities:

    • Provide leadership and direction for Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) composed of 200 organizations; advise and provide training opportunities to student organization leaders and faculty/staff advisors
    • Develop, implement and assess comprehensive leadership curricula for ongoing student organization leader training; build a framework of need-based training to accommodate varied levels of student leadership development.
    • Coordinate registration and oversight of student organizations; maintain accurate information such as rosters, constitutions, by-laws and databases for student organizations and student leadership, as well as faculty/staff advisors.
    • ·        Assist new student organizations to ensure adherence and compliance to all student organization guidelines, requirements and documentation throughout the entire year
    • Develop and host advisor luncheons to maintain positive relationships with RSO faculty/staff advisors
    • Plan and coordinate student organization initiatives such as the Student Involvement Fair and RSO participation in university events, i.e. Cardinal View.
    • Coordinate trainings and workshops on RSO policies and procedures, OrgSync, Anti-Hazing, Risk Management, Fiscal Training, and other related leadership topics for student organizations.
    • Coordinate student participation in major University initiatives such as Graduation Commencement; Cardinal View; Homecoming; Week of Welcome; New Student Orientations; Student Leadership Conference; and other programs as they arise.
    • Work closely with the Associate Director for Greek Life on: leadership development, training, expansion, recruitment, retention, educational programming, risk management and adherence to policies, procedures and standards of the fraternity and sorority community.
    • Assist the University Finance and Procurement Office (i.e., Budget, Purchasing and Accounts Payable Office) with coordinating student organization financial paperwork and managing student organization accounts (i.e. coordinating Registered Student Organization Fiscal Certification and Training, etc.).
    • Develop and manage the Student Organization Resource room within the Setzer Student Center.  Facilitate the coordination of the storage room and lockers and assigning the work stations for the RSOs.  
    • Hire, train and supervise student organization assistants and student accountants.
    • ·        Ensure student organizations are abiding by federal, state, and Texas State University System Rules and Regulations, University Policies including but not limited to all rules and policies in the University Student Code of Conduct, Registered Student Organization Handbook and Fiscal Manual, Setzer Student Center Operations policies, and any other related University policies for Registered Student Organizations.
    • ·        Assist the Associate Director for Programming and Events to administer the use of OrgSync software.
    • ·        Facilitate Co-Sponsorship funds process with the Committee of Student Organizations. Oversee the application, approval process and the distribution of these funds. 
    • ·        Maintain the Student Programs webpage; continuously update webpage and University marketing materials related to Student Programs and provide online resources for student organization leaders and advisors
    • ·        Perform other duties and projects as assigned by the Associate Director for Programming and Events, or designee.  

    Minimum Qualifications:

    §  Master’s degree in student personnel, counseling, higher education or related field must be obtained by the effective date of the appointment.

    §  Graduate assistantship experience working in a higher education setting with preference in student involvement, activities, programming, and/or student organizations.

    §  Proficient in OrgSync, Collegiate Link, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and similar programs

    §  Strong supervisory, event planning, marketing/advertising, and budgeting experience

    §  Strong skills in facilitating co-curricular programs, workshops, and retreats.

    A resume, letter of interest and complete contact information for three professional references is required.

    All applications must be submitted through Lamar University - https://jobs.lamar.edu.


  • Monday, December 03, 2018 10:24 AM | Anonymous

    Director of Academic Advising and Retention 

    Position Information

    Security Sensitive Statement

    This position is security sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes the employer to obtain criminal history record information.

    Posting Information

    Position Title

    Director of Academic Advising and Retention

    Position Number

    798965

    Posting Number

    201500063P

    Start Date

    11/27/2018

    Close Date

    Open Until Filled

    Yes

    Special Instructions To Applicants

    Review of qualified applications will begin December 14, 2018. To insure consideration, please submit prior to that date.

    Please Note: A criminal background check will be conducted on candidate finalist prior to the offer of employment. The application must be completed in full detail (including work history) for your qualifications to be considered. An incomplete application will not be considered. Your application is not complete until you receive an online confirmation number at the end of the application process.

    The following documents are requested: resume, unofficial copies of official transcripts and licenses (if applicable), and name, phone number, and e-mail addresses of three (3) references. Applicants selected for interviews may be asked to provide letters of reference. Official transcripts will be required upon hire.

    In compliance with House Bill 558 passed during the 76th Legislative session, Lamar State College – Port Arthur requires that all male U.S. citizens from 18 to 26 years of age provide proof of registration with the Selective System or exemption from such registration, prior to employment.

    If you have questions, please contact the Human Resources Office at (409) 984-6237.
    Lamar State College-Port Arthur is an E-Verify Employer.
    EEO/AA

    Job Summary

    The Director of Academic Advising and Retention reports to the Dean of Student Services and is responsible for improving the quality of academic advising and student retention by providing information, advice and assistance to students. Directs the activities of the advising office. Other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Master’s degree in education, guidance counseling, student development, or related discipline. Requires three to five years of experience providing effective academic advising to students in higher education.
    Must have an understanding of student development, student learning, career development, and other relevant theories in education, social sciences, and humanities.
    Must be a multi-task oriented individual with an appreciation for working within deadlines. Must have working knowledge of personal computer and various software.
    Ability to communicate effectively including public speaking. Ability to supervise. Ability to deal with students, faculty and staff in professional manner. Must be able to demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of students from diverse backgrounds. Ability to plan, schedule, and manage projects and assignments. Ability to establish effective working relationships with others. Ability to follow established college policies and procedures.

    Requires frequent sitting, walking, and seeing. Requires frequent standing, lifting, pushing, pulling, and carrying objects up to 50 pounds; and lifting objects up to 50 pounds; operating a personal computer, calculator, and various office equipment. Requires infrequent stooping, bending, sorting, and filing.

    Preferred Qualifications

    Preference given to candidates with advising experience in public two year colleges. Familiarity or ability to learn TSI and other Texas Higher Education requirements. Communicate with the campus regarding student experiences and concerns. Stay abreast of the research, theories, legislation policies, technology, and developments that affect services provided by the Advising Department. Support and assist advisors in management of special projects, i.e. Scholarship Program, New Student Orientation, Students of Concern Program, Prison Program, International Students, and other campus programs. Participate in graduation ceremony. Institutional planning duties for the advising office. Participate in Student Services Departmental staff meetings. Supervise and educate Academic Advisors, Faculty Advisors, and Coordinator of Disability Services. Assign users for advising in Banner. Provide access to continuing and advanced education and appropriate professional development opportunities to improve the leadership ability, competence, and skills of all employees. Participate in local, state, and/or national professional associations. Supports campus events and activities. Perform other duties as assigned.

    SALARY

    Commensurate with experience; minimum $54,000.; Plus Benefits

    Work Hours

    8am -5pm M-F, other times occasionally

    Essential Job Functions

    Essential Job Functions

    Provide an advising program that is efficient and effective. Interpret institutional, general education, and major requirements, policies, and procedures.

    Essential Job Functions

    Responsible for the development of staff and the services they provide. Plan the New Student Orientation, assist with Campus Open Houses, and other events as assigned.

    Essential Job Functions

    Provide information for Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, IPEDSreport, and other agencies.

    Essential Job Functions

    Promote student retention and persistence. Identify and promote environmental conditions that may influence academic achievement.

    Essential Job Functions

    Enforce TSI Compliance.

    Essential Job Functions

    Coordinate and track responses for students of concern identified by faculty and staff. Identify at-risk students and provide an intrusive intervention plan for each student.

    Essential Job Functions

    Provide a minimum of two training sessions for Academic Advisors and any employee with advising responsibilities prior to registration each semester.

    Essential Job Functions

    Refer students with mental health issues to counseling centers. Refer students with learning challenges to resources on campus.

    Essential Job Functions

    Evaluate advising staff to assure accurate advising, registration, and TSICompliance for students.


    https://lamarpa.peopleadmin.com/postings/1487


  • Wednesday, November 28, 2018 2:42 PM | Anonymous

     

    Career Consultant

    Center for Career & Professional Development

    Lamar University

    The Center for Career & Professional Development provides professional guidance and resources to undergraduate and graduate students as well as recent graduates. Programs and services are designed to educate, counsel, and engage students and alumni in career planning and decision-making, experiential learning, continuing education, and/or employment search activities. 

    Position Summary:

    Focusing on arts and sciences, fine arts and communications students, the chosen candidate will use online and face to face strategies to deliver sessions on job seeking strategies and career-related topics, internships, and career options; administering career assessments, assisting with choosing a major, and the job search process; and providing information on graduate school programs and the application process. The successful candidate will also assist the team in conducting employer recruiting events online and on site.

    Responsibilities:

    • Career advising: Provide career counseling to arts and sciences, fine arts and communications students;  administering and interpreting career assessment inventories when appropriate; providing assistance to students and alumni with career planning, resume writing, interview techniques, internships, and job search skills
    • Educational programming: Assist with the planning and execution of recruiting events and writing career related blog posts to meet the needs of Lamar students.
    • Employer relations: Assist in establishing and maintaining employer relationships: assist in the organization of virtual and face-to-face job fairs, other networking events.
    • Outreach: To undecided students, student organizations, cardinal learning communities, honors, fraternities and sororities in exploring relationship with major, career, aspirations and skill development.   
    • Connections: To Colleges of Arts & Sciences and Fine Arts & Communication, Undergraduate Advising Center, New Student Orientation and Alumni Affairs.
    • Promotion: in-class presentations of “what can I do with a major in” state and federal government hiring, business, social service and health care careers to academic classes.
    • Some evening presentations to student groups and employer networking events during the year where appropriate.

    Qualifications:

    Master's degree in counseling, human resources, college student personnel services, higher education, or a related field from an accredited institution of higher learning is required.

    Prefer strong oral and written communication skills, able to develop and give group presentations. Candidates should demonstrate knowledge of MS Office applications (e.g., Word, Excel, Publisher, Photo Shop, PowerPoint); publishing software; email; and Internet browser.  At least one year of work experience in higher education, government or business.

    A resume, letter of interest and complete contact information for three professional references is required.  All applications must be submitted through Lamar University https://jobs.lamar.edu.

    Lamar University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educational institution and employer.  Lamar University will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation or gender identity.

    This position is security-sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of the Texas Education Code §51.215, which authorizes the employer to obtain criminal history record information.

    Lamar University

     

    Home to over 15,000 students, Lamar University, located near Houston in Beaumont, TX, is among the fastest growing Texas colleges and universities, and is a member of The Texas State University System. LU offers more than 100 programs of study leading to bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. The 292-acre campus in Beaumont is about 90 miles east of Houston and about 25 miles west of Louisiana. 

    The university has been nationally recognized for the quality of its core curriculum and the diversity of its student body. Compared to other universities near Houston. Lamar's small class sizes and low student-to-faculty ratio allow students to build meaningful relationships with expert faculty who truly care about their success.


  • Wednesday, November 28, 2018 2:26 PM | Anonymous

    Associate Director for Programming and Events - #499291

    Position Description

    Lamar University is seeking a full-time Associate Director for Programming and Events to join the dynamic team of professionals in the Setzer Student Center (SSC).

    The SSC provides programs that enhance personal, social, and leadership development to complement the educational growth of Lamar University students. The SSC also serves as the center of campus life and provides a shared home for the University; welcoming students, faculty, alumni, staff, parents, and guests. The primary functions of the SSC include working with program board, student organizations, leadership programs, civic engagement, campus activities, and programming spaces.

    POSITION DESCRIPTION:

    Summary:

    Reporting to the Director of the Setzer Student Center, the Associate Director for Programming and Events leads the overall development and implementation of large-scale campus events and activities to enhance the growth and development of all students by providing social, cultural, and educational opportunities to engage all students with the campus and the community. Annual planning and implementation of campus-wide student programs include but not limited to Week of Welcome, Homecoming, and other special events.

    The Associate Director for Programming and Major Events responsibilities include:

    •          Supervise the Coordinator for Student Engagement in providing advisement, support and guidance to over 200 student organizations and their faculty advisors.
    •          Supervise and provide leadership for student involvement and programming that includes Cardinals Activities Board (CAB), major events, student organizations, and commuter programs.
    •          Hire, train/develop and supervise 6 - 8 student directors, student assistant directors, and student coordinators of the CAB in the area of student activities and campus programming under the standards of National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), National Association for Campus Activities (NACA), and Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education. Manage the preparation and execution of the programming budgets and maintenance of financial records for assigned accounts.
    •          Develop and coordinate all student-centered programs during Homecoming Week and represent the SSC at university-wide Homecoming meetings.
    •          Develop a co-curricular transcript in partnership with the Office of New Student and Leadership Programs and the Coordinator for Student Engagement.
    •          Represent the University and Division of Student Engagement on various committees, including but not limited to the following: Committee on Student Organizations, Homecoming, and other University special events.
    •          Facilitate annual assessment, compiling reports that reflect accomplishments of goals, and produces a contemporary reporting of data related to the Division and University's Strategic Plan.
    •          Must work collaboratively with other departments on-campus and off­campus agencies to achieve objectives.
    •          Act as the main contact with entertainers and agencies, in terms of negotiation and commitments working collaboratively with the University Contract Administrator and SSC Director, in the execution of the contractual agreements.
    •          Coordinate, prepare and disseminate publications and marketing materials related to student activities to students, staff, and faculty.
    •          Develop and coordinate programs that support senior week.
    •          Develop and coordinate programs that support the commuter student experience.
    •          Co-facilitate the Week of Welcome programs with the Office of New Student and Leadership Programs.
    •          Serve in place of the Director, when the Director is not available.
    •          Perform other duties as assigned.

    JOB REQUIREMENTS

    Minimum Qualifications:

    •          Master's Degree in student personnel, student affairs, counseling or another related major from an accredited University is required. Two or more years of successful full time administrative experience, preferably managing student activities, large-scale programming, promotions or special events.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    •          Demonstrated understanding of the value of student activities and of the motivation of students who participate in the activities, and how their experiences affect their development. Must have an understanding of and the ability to apply student development theories.
    •          Demonstrated experience in working collaboratively with faculty and staff to support student centered initiatives.
    •          Prior experience supervising full time staff or graduate assistants.
    •          Demonstrated experience in event and budget planning with the ability to work a flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends, as needed.
    •          Knowledge and experience using integrated software systems including but not limited to OrgSync, Collegiate Link, Microsoft Office applications, Banner, and Adobe Suites/Photoshop/Publisher.
    •          Demonstrated knowledge and ability to understand and practice new social media trends to help and foster the development of marketing associated with office communication tools such as Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
    •          Commitment to diversity and demonstrated ability to work with diverse student populations.

    Revised 10/30/18

    https://lamarpa.peopleadmin.com/postings/1487

  • Wednesday, November 28, 2018 2:24 PM | Anonymous
    Institution * Dallas County Community College District
    Position * Chief - Internal Auditor
    Description (Limit: 120 words)

    Position Summary: 
    Functions as a member of the senior management team, responsible for instituting policies and procedures that provide effective internal management of the organization by assessing risk and ensuring that the DCCCD has appropriate internal controls and effective and efficient processes and programs. Responsible for accelerating organizational performance through strategic planning and organizational effectiveness. Bears significant responsibility, accountability and authority within an organization to meet the vision, mission and goals of the DCCCD.

    Minimum Knowledge and Experience: Master’s degree or higher plus seven (7) years of job related experience. Current CPA licensure plus five (5) years of auditing experience including supervisory experience. Official transcripts/copy of certifications will be required. *** Will be subject to a criminal background check. Some positions may be subject to a fingerprint check. ***

    Link to posting http://opportunities.dcccd.edu/cw/en-us/job/497625?lApplicationSubSourceID=
    Close date Sunday, January 6, 2019
    Posting Expires * Sunday, January 6, 2019




  • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 3:55 PM | Anonymous
      • College Station TAMU

    • Job Title

      Student Development Specialist II

      Agency

      Texas A&M University

      Department

      Residence Life And Housing

      Proposed Minimum Salary

      $3,042.67 monthly

      Job Location

      College Station, Texas

      Job Type

      Staff

      Job Description

      The Community Director (CD) is a full-time, live-in position which provides administrative, supervisory, student programming, student support, and conflict resolution skills in a residence hall setting and multiple communities. The Community Director is a live-in member of the residence hall staff and provides on-duty coverage to an on-campus population of over 7,000 students.

      Required Education and Experience:

      • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
      • One or more years of experience in student affairs work or related specialty with a bachelor’s degree. (No experience required with a master’s degree.)

      Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

      • Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others.
      • Ability to think critically and problem solve.
      • Ability to utilize strong organizational, administrative, and communication skills.
      • Effectively establish professional relationships and communicate with a diverse population.
      • Ability to act independently and react appropriately in crisis situations, and maintain confidentiality.

      Other Requirements or Other Factors

      • Basic functions or fundamental job responsibilities for the position of Community Director include having the ability to: (1) travel between assigned areas and other departmental facilities; (2) direct and respond to emergencies; (3) assist with the management of the physical conditions within the residence halls; (4) operate a computer system using various types of software applications; and (5) ascend and descend multiple flights of stairs, especially in cases of emergencies.
      • Basic functions necessary for the position in the area of communications include the ability to: (1) read reports, gather and analyze data and compile information for written reports; (2) prepare written memorandums and documents and compile the numerous forms needed in the daily operation of managing the residence halls; and (3) communicate effectively, both orally and written, with residents, parents, visitors, faculty, and staff.
      • These duties include ability to climb stairs, see, use a video display terminal, talk and hear, travel from building to building.

      Preferred Education and Experience:

      • Master’s degree in student affairs, counseling, or related field.
      • Previous year of full-time (or two years part-time) residence hall experience is strongly preferred.
      • Experience with mediation and conflict resolution. Demonstrated professional maturity.
      • Demonstrated professional leadership and decision-making abilities.

      Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

      • Understand how to apply student development theory in a residence hall setting.
      • Knowledge of key and occupancy management.

      Responsibilities:

      • Prioritize student learning throughout residence life programs and services. Works with stakeholders (which could include students, faculty, staff, and alumni) to develop living-learning experiences for all residents as needed. Encourages Resident Advisors’ relationships with floor/ramp/wing residents. Assists and advises Resident Advisors in the development of their hall programs and activities, aligning with our mission and programming model, under the direction of a Coordinator of Residence Life.
      • Develops an interest in each resident; gets to know them and is aware of their needs. Creates and maintains a community environment conducive for sleep and study. Is available to residents who many need information, help working through personal or academic issues, or need to talk. Promotes and facilitates goals and objectives of living learning communities (LLCs) within your area (where applicable) under the direction of a Coordinator of Residence Life. Works with additional staff associated with the LLC such as program advisors, peer advisors, peer mentors, faculty members, etc. Incorporates the theme of the LLC into as many creative avenues as possible in order to launch enthusiasm and steady momentum within the LLC. Leads and participates in LLC specific events including but not limited to LLC training, LLC programs, LLC information sessions, and open houses.
      • Serves as a positive role model for all students. Strives to make a positive difference in the lives of residents. Supervises, mentors, and evaluates eight to sixteen Resident Advisors. Supervises, mentors, and evaluates up to three Graduate Hall Director(s). Establishes and develops good working relationships with all staff members. Develops a team approach through communication and cooperation among staff. Facilitates weekly staff meeting with Resident Advisors. Meets individually with Resident Advisors and Graduate Hall Director(s) on a regular basis for exchange of information; discussion of ideas, progress within the position, problem-solving; and to address any concerns.
      • Regularly shares feedback of individual staff members and their work by offering recognition and constructive criticism when appropriate. Completes a written evaluation of each staff member each semester based on their performance within the position and as directed by a Coordinator of Residence Life. Participates in the Resident Advisor staff selection process, under the direction of a Coordinator of Residence Life: encouraging students with high potential to apply for positions, interviewing candidates, assisting with group process, reviewing candidate files, and making recommendations for hiring. Assists with the recruitment and selection of graduate and professional staff, under the direction of a Coordinator of Residence Life.
      • Meets with supervisor regularly for exchange of information; discussion of ideas, progress within the position, problem-solving; and to address any concerns. Manages the administration of one or more residence halls. Maintains accurate and secure records such as key inventories, occupancy management, rosters, room inventory, furniture inventories, and other administrative records as directed by your supervisor. Submits necessary reports, such as incident reports and follow-ups, etc., in a timely manner. Maintains regular office hours from 9am-5pm, except when in position-related meetings. Coordinates damage billing and holds students accountable for vandalism within the residence halls by initiating individual and group assessment for the damages as appropriate. Regularly uses and maintains email and phone communication.

      • Coordinates room change process in cooperation with Housing Assignments Office. Serves on various committees and task forces throughout the year at the discretion of the Director or Associate Director of Residence Education. Provides assistance to the area offices with daily operations or special projects as assigned by supervisor. Regularly documents student learning within the residence halls. Manages the creation, implementation, delivery, and reporting of assessment project(s), under the direction of a Coordinator of Residence Life. Completes end of the year report for your community, under the direction of your supervisor.

      • Works with summer conferences, summer school operations, and/or summer staffing and training. Communicates with conference clients (including summer school residents), Custodial Services, Conference and Guest Services, and other support staff. Assists each conference or summer school operation with their individual needs within the residence halls. Prepares billing information and other reports after each conference and submit to Conference and Guest Services (when applicable). Coordinates staff schedules for daily activities, including room inspections, check-in, and check-out for conferences and/or residents. Performs all duties outlined in the Summer Operations Manual.
      • Serves as the primary advisor to a community council, including attendance at meetings, review and support of activities, and monitoring financial activity. Acts as a secondary advisor to other community councils within your area, assisting graduate hall directors with the hall council in their residence hall. Provides leadership development and learning to members of community councils and student organizations under the direction of a Coordinator of Residence Life. Displays a positive attitude and supports the Department of Residence Life in its philosophy and policies located in the Residence Hall Handbook. Educates residents on university and residence hall policies and procedures in addition to standards of community responsibility. Works closely with Student Conduct Office (SCO) to ensure that conduct cases and appeals are addressed thoroughly and properly. Facilitates in-hall conduct meetings with residents and oversee all sanctioning for these cases, under the direction of a Coordinator of Residence Life. Assists in co-adjudication and panel hearings with SCO as needed. Follows up on reports of concerning student behavior and maintains appropriate records.
      • Supports University wide staff training efforts by participating actively and demonstrating a positive attitude, under the direction of a Coordinator of Residence Life. Presents or co-presents staff training and/or in-service training programs. Attends fall, spring, and summer training sessions. Provides on-going training and development for Resident Advisors and Graduate Hall Director(s).
      • Participates in Community Hall Director on-duty rotation covering 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for an on-campus population of over 7,000 residents. Responds and follows up as appropriate to emergency or critical incidents related to students on campus. Coordinates the regular duty schedules of the Resident Advisors and share with the appropriate staff. Serves as essential personnel, as designated by the director of Residence Life.
      • Oversees the general upkeep and facility care of your area, including regular walk-throughs of the residence halls to effectively monitor the condition of the facilities. Maintains accurate key and occupancy records, including use of online departmental databases to submit weekly key reports and update occupancy. Coordinates opening and closing of the residence halls within your area, including dissemination of information, distribution and collection of keys, inspection of facilities, and other processes. Schedules fire drills twice a semester, coordinate fire/life safety inspections, and conducts fire/life safety meetings, including appropriate follow up, sanction meetings, and paperwork. Partners with Facilities & Operations to maintain aesthetics and upkeep of the community. Performs other duties as assigned.

      Special Note: Applicants are strongly encouraged to upload the following: Cover Letter, Resume' and 3 professional references.

      DSA Diversity & Inclusion Statement

      Texas A&M is committed to diversity. It is our policy not to discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. Furthermore, we will maintain a work environment free from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. The Texas A&M System is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.

      Instructions to Applicants: Applications received by Texas A&M University must either have all job application data entered or a resume attached. Failure to provide all job application data or a complete resume could result in an invalid submission and a rejected application. We encourage all applicants to upload a resume or use a LinkedIn profile to pre-populate the online application.

      All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution’s verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution’s procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.

      Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.

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