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  • 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.

  • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 3:53 PM | Anonymous

    University of Texas at El Paso

    Job Description

                                                     

    Job Code:        

    Job Title:          Assistant Dean of Students 

    Department:     Dean of Students

    Reports To:       Associate Vice President for Student Engagement and Dean of Students                          

    FLSA Status:      Exempt

    Prepared By:     Human Resource Services

    Creation / Revision Date: August 2018

    Summary:  The Assistant Dean of Students is responsible for enhancing the academic education of our students through the development and oversight of policies, procedures and programs that promote personal and professional growth and development.  This position plays a primary role in supporting the Dean of Students in both the day-to-day functions as well as broader visioning for Dean of Students Office and the Student Engagement wing of the Division of Student Affairs. The Assistant Dean assumes responsibilities for the Dean of Students in his/her absence, and communicates with important stakeholders on behalf of the Dean and the Office.  The Assistant Dean of Students plays an integral role in the academic and professional development of students’ assets through a variety of high-impact experiences. In order to be successful, the Assistant Dean will need to work collaboratively with the Division of Student Affairs, Academic Affairs and Business Affairs and many offices throughout the University.

    Note:  The primary accountabilities below are intended to describe the general content of and requirements of this position and are not intended to be an exhaustive statement of duties.  Incumbents may perform all or some of the primary accountabilities listed below.  Specific tasks or responsibilities will be documented in the incumbents’ performance objectives as outlined by the incumbents’ immediate supervisor or manager.  This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code §51.215, which authorizes the employer to obtain criminal history record information. Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the State where the applicant resides and must be insurable as defined in the UT System BPM 16-05-02, as applicable to the performance of essential duties and responsibilities of the position.

    Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:

    Department and Division Leadership and Management:

    ·        In partnership with the Dean, provide leadership, management and support to the departments, units and organizations that report to the Associate Vice President and Dean of Students.  

    ·        Serves as a member of the Student Engagement Leadership Team and contribute to the broader institutional goals of increasing participation by students in student life activities and UTEP Edge high-impact experiences such as on-campus student employment, study abroad, student leadership or internships and specific events such as but not limited to Minerpalooza, Community of Care, Project MOVE and the Regional Leadership Conference.

    ·        Supports Directors in developing, implementing and conducting comprehensive department assessment plans that include evidence of student learning and student and customer satisfaction as well as monthly Department Dashboards, Impact Reports and strategic plans containing specific and measurable goals and objectives.

    ·        Serves as a primary resource for faculty, staff and students on behavioral issues, issues related to academic success, physical or mental health, financial struggles and transition challenges as well as rules, policies and procedures outlined in Regents Rules and the Handbook of Operating Procedures that pertain to students such as free speech and assembly, student travel, student organizations and the student code of conduct.  

    Student Engagement and Student Success:

    ·        Meets with students who are struggling with issues related to academic success, physical or mental health, financial struggles and transition challenges, addressing concerns and referring student to on and off-campus resources.

    ·        Directly responsible for the facilitation of several institutional programs and activities including but not limited to Alcohol Awareness Week, Hazing Prevention Week and RUOK Day and creating opportunities for involvement for students that promote student responsibility and accountability. 

    ·        Anticipate, evaluate and address changes in student needs, in order to design and implement programs and services to improve the student experience on campus and support student success.

    ·        Develop and implement a robust marketing and outreach plan that not only encourages students to take advantage of resources available on-campus, but contributes significantly to the overall retention of students at the University.  

    ·        Provides direct oversight of the UTEP Food Pantry and collaborate with Financial Aid, the Foster, Homeless, Resource and Adoptive program and others to provide emergency aid to students in need. 

    Emergency/Crisis Management and Institutional Compliance

    ·        Provide individual case management for students who are experiencing crisis and intervene directly in highly sensitive cases involving critical illness/injury, mental health and other concerns, coordinating resources, support and interim measures to ensure academic success.

    ·        Establish strong partnerships with the Assistant Vice President for Student Support, Counseling and Psychological Services, the UTEP Police Department, Environmental Health and Safety and Parking and Transportation Services and others necessary to manage critical incidents and support student success.

    ·        Assure compliance with laws and regulations and minimize institutional liability by systematically reviewing University compliance with federal and state mandated reporting and disclosure requirements under the pursue of the Dean of Students Office, including but not limited to the production and dissemination of notices to students and/or the university community such as the Annual Security Report, notification required of the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act and Anti-Hazing Notifications.  Remain knowledgeable of federal, state, and local laws and regulations affecting areas of responsibility, creating and modifying policies, procedures, and practices in order to become/remain compliant, and advising others in the interpretation and application of laws and regulations as appropriate.

    ·        Ensures that staff, faculty and students maintain appropriate certifications, training and/or awareness of campus, state and federal policies, procedures, protocols and resources through the development and facilitation of training programs, educational materials and online modules and platforms.

    ·        Serve as a member of the institution’s Behavioral Assessment Team.

    ·        Serves as a member of the University-wide on-call/duty rotation.

    Participates in various committees, professional trainings, industry conferences, and conventions.

    Knowledge of all Microsoft Office software, housing data-base system and able to learn and use institutional software systems.

    Complies with all State and University policies.

    Other duties may be assigned.

    Supervisory Responsibilities Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's objectives, policies and applicable laws.

    Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

           Minimum Education required:        Master’s Degree in student development, higher education or related field.

            Minimum Experience required:        Five years post master’s professional, student affairs work experience with progressive responsibility at a college or university. Direct experience with crisis management and adjudication of student conduct in a higher education environment.  Supervisory experience and an ability to plan strategically, develop innovative programs, collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, develop and fiscally manage budgets and resources.  Proven success working with students, parents, administrators and faculty.  Experience in advising college/university student organizations, facilitating workshops, training staff, students and faculty.  Experience in decision-making, problem-solving and the ability to work in a diverse environment.  

            Preferred Experience:                          Seven years post masters, professional student affairs experience at a college or university. Demonstrated professional involvement in NASPA, ACPA, regional student affairs organization, or other professional organization.  Experience with Behavioral Assessment Teams, Banner Student Information System and Maxient Student Conduct Software.

    Physical Demands: 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.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; stoop, kneel and crouch.  The employee is frequently required to use hands to feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.  The employee is occasionally required to lift and move up to 25 pounds. 

    Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

    The noise level in the work environment is moderate.

    Some travel required.,

    Rate of Pay Range:  $5,833/monthly

    To apply: To be considered for this position with The University of Texas at El Paso, applicants must apply using the online application: https://www.utep.edu/human-resources/services/employment/staff-employment.html A cover letter, resume and names of three professional references is required. 


  • Wednesday, October 24, 2018 2:29 PM | Anonymous

    Coordinator: Veterans Resource Center

    Institution:          Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi

    Department:      Student Engagement & Success

    Job Description:

    The Veteran Resource Center Coordinator is responsible for creating, developing and guiding activities and programs for student veterans that focus on transition to college, academic success, personal development and well-being. The coordinator will create and promote veteran friendly services while fostering an increased awareness on campus as to the educational needs of student veterans.

    Responsibilities:

    • Coordinate all program activities, events and programs as it relates to transition and support of

       veteran students.

    • Provide orientation and transition programs for student veterans.
    • Collaborate with various offices on and off campus to support student veterans.
    • Oversee promotional material, social media information and program website.
    • Oversee operation of the Veterans Resource Center and Veterans Lounge.
    • Oversee the Veterans’ Lending Book Library.
    • Work in collaboration with the Dean of Students in advocating for student veterans.
    • Serve on university committees and special projects, participate in relevant community events.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree.
    • One (1) year of experience developing and implementing programs.
    • Demonstrated leadership experience and visionary skills.
    • Demonstrated experience and willingness to work as a team member.
    • Strong interpersonal, customer service, organizational, oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to establish and maintain satisfactory relationships with veterans of recent wars, veteran groups

      and related agencies.

    • Ability to effectively collaborate with internal and external offices and stakeholders.
    • Ability to work some evenings and weekends.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, Higher Education Administration, College Student

      Personnel or closely related field.

    • Two (2) years of professional experience in a related field.
    • Experience in collegiate setting supporting student success.
    • Experience working with student veterans or non-traditional student population.
    • Experience designing, implementing and assessing educational, support and/or social programs.
    • Knowledge of issues impacting veterans and specific challenges facing military-connected students

      transitioning from the military or other institutions of higher education into a university.

    • Knowledge of local, state and federal resources for veterans.
    • Prior military service that included leadership assignments.

    Pay Range:  $3,042.67 - $3,166.67/monthly

    To apply: Submit a cover letter, resume and application online at: http://hr.tamucc.edu/jobopportunity.html


  • Friday, October 19, 2018 4:36 PM | Anonymous
    Institution * Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
    Position * Student Conduct Officer
    Description (Limit: 120 words)

    The Division of Student Engagement and Success (SEaS) at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC) is accepting applications for a Student Conduct Officer (SCO). This position is housed in the Office of the Associate Dean of Students and reports directly to the Senior Student Conduct Officer. The SCO will serve as a Hearing Officer responsible for reviewing and adjudicating violations of the Student Code of Conduct. The SCO will be responsible for the recruitment, selection, training and advising of the Student Conduct Board. In addition, this person will assist the Senior Student Conduct Officer in the management and adjudication of academic misconduct cases. The SCO will assist in the maintenance of student disciplinary records, assist with policy creation, and develop and implement an assessment plan to measure learning outcomes related to stated goals and objectives. The SCO must be able to articulate relevant higher education regulations, federal and state laws that may have an impact on student conduct.

    Link to posting https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TAMUCC_External/job/Corpus-Christi-TAMUCC/Student-Conduct-Officer_R-013470
    Close date Saturday, November 17, 2018
    Posting Expires * Saturday, November 17, 2018




  • Friday, October 19, 2018 4:34 PM | Anonymous

    Job Title:  I-CARE Case Manager

    Agency

    Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi

    Department

    Asst. Dean Of Students

    Proposed Minimum Salary

    Commensurate

    Job Location

    Corpus Christi, Texas

    Job Type

    Staff

    Job Description

    Description:

    This position is responsible for implementing the recommendations from the BIT team for students of concern.
     

    Responsibilities:

    Provide Case Management for Student of Concern Cases

    • Take reports, investigate concerns, evaluate, and present cases to I-CARE Team.
    • Serve as a point of contact and provide consultation for campus community members who are seeking guidance and advice about our services for students who may be experiencing distress; also communicate possible intervention steps and procedures.
    • Manage and make appropriate referrals to on-campus resources and community-based resources.
    • Serve as a member of the I-CARE Behavioral Intervention Team and communicate to the team current information related to cases concerning students in distress; work closely with the Chair, I-CARE Team and assist in determining appropriate action to take on referred cases.
    • Coordinate and implement recommendations to the I-CARE team regarding students in distress.
    • Coordinate follow-up and tracking of students in distress to monitor progress and ensure compliance with recommendations; maintain confidential student records.
    • Complete documentation and maintain record keeping of ICARE cases in Maxient, an electronic database.
    • Partner with the Student Conduct Officer to assist in the facilitation of behavior intervention and managing cases.

    Complete Administrative Duties as Follows

    • Update and maintain the ICARE Manual, the website, community resource provider list and all marketing materials.
    • Research, design, and implement training sessions and presentations for the campus community.
    • Compile, analyze, and manage all data and information in the Maxient database system regarding ICARE cares. Prepare monthly and annual reports of ICARE cases.
    • Establish working relationships with community mental health providers and other support agencies.

    Provide outreach and education to campus community:

    • Provide support and outreach to staff and faculty when distressed students are identified and support is needed.
    • Serve as the first staff member for student intervention, including outreach to students who may be reluctant to seek support services on their own.
    • Work closely with the University Counseling Center (UCC), the Health Center (UHC), Disability Services, University Police Department (UPD) and other campus constituents in coordinating referrals and services.

    Professional Development

    • Serve as a back-up for the Chair of the I-CARE Team in his/her absence.
    • Keep abreast of federal and state policies and laws that will affect the scope or practice of case management.
    • Serve on departmental and campus committees and projects.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree.
    • One (1) year of experience in student affairs work.
    • Additional education may be considered as a substitution for the minimum experience requirements.
    • Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
    • Serve on departmental and campus committees and projects.
    • Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others. Verbal and written communication skills.
    • Requires some evening and weekend work.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree.
    • Two (2) or more years of experience in student affairs work.

    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.

    https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TAMUCC_External/job/Corpus-Christi-TAMUCC/Student-Development-Specialist-II---I-CARE-Case-Manager-_R-013428-1


  • Friday, October 19, 2018 4:26 PM | Anonymous

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    Director, Career Services and Testing Center

    Department:  Student Affairs

    Supervisor:  Vice President for Student Affairs

    Location: UST Location

    The University of St. Thomas (www.stthom.edu), a private catholic university committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking a Director, Career Services and Testing Center.  The Director is charged with transformation of the Career Services Center into an innovative hub for Student Success. The position oversees all aspects of the Career Services and Testing Center (CSTC) and includes supervision and development of CSTC staff, budgetary management, student career development and oversight of test administration. The Director reports directly to the Vice President for Student Affairs and works in accordance with the Catholic Basilian and University values of Goodness, Discipline, Knowledge, and Community.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    •         Primary oversight of the Career Services and Testing Center and supervision of staff.
    •         Prepare and monitor the budget for Career Services and Testing Center.
    •         Supervise career services activities, including Handshake, the online career services system; student employment program and initiatives; internship program and other experiential learning; mentoring programs; CSTC website; on-campus recruiting, job fairs and other career development events and activities.
    •        Provide career services—including counseling, assessments, and workshops—to students and alumni.
    •         Represent CSTC in marketing career services off campus and in collaborative efforts on-campus.
    •         Establish business liaisons in order to build recruitment on campus.
    • Oversee the broad function of recruitment and development of potential employers for the purpose of hiring UST undergraduates and graduates for full-time positions and experiential learning opportunities.
    •        Develop professional correspondence and marketing pieces.
    •         Utilize the Career Services webpage, social media sites and campus publications to engage the campus community in Career Services.
    •         Conduct assessments of and develop reports on career and testing services.
    •         Collaborate with the Office of Alumni Relations on alumni/student initiatives as well as to develop and maintain an alumni career network.
    •         Oversee the delivery of testing services, including coordination of services for students with disabilities, make up exams, and correspondence exams.
    •         Participate as an active member of the Houston Area Consortium of Career Centers.
    •        Execute yearly goals and any additional tasks assigned by the Vice President for Student Affairs, and/or the President.

    Qualifications and Requirements

    •         Master’s degree in student development, higher education administration, counseling, or business.
    •        A minimum of seven years’ experience working in an active and innovative Career Services environment.
    •         Innovative and creative thinker that can work collaboratively internally and externally to bring transformational change to Career Services at the University.
    •         Strong communication skills—oral and written.
    •         Effective organizational and planning skills.
    •         Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
    •         Excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills.
    •         Effective managerial and supervisory skills.
    •         Engaging and effective presentation skills.
    •         Computer skills that include word processing, database creation and management, PowerPoint, and internet.
    •        Experience with social media platforms.
    •        Experience with online career services systems.
    •        Financial / Budget management skills.
    •        Experience working effectively with students, faculty, staff of the university, as well as corporate partners and the professional business community.
    • ·        Willingness to establish linkages through professional affiliations.

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by individuals in this job classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of individuals in this job classification.  All job classifications may have miscellaneous job duties assigned on an as needed basis.  Management, at the appropriate level, retains the right to assign and change the duties of any position at any time.  

    This is a full-time, year round, benefit-eligible position. Regular evening work and occasional weekend work will be required. To apply, please send a resume, a cover letter and salary requirements to the email below. Please note incomplete applications will not be considered.

    recruiting@stthom.edu

    Human Resources - Ref: 4318

    University of St. Thomas

    Houston, TX 77006

    The University St. Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer


  • Friday, October 19, 2018 4:23 PM | Anonymous

    Posting Details

    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 Financial Aid
    Position Number 800305
    Posting Number 201500055P
    Start Date 07/18/2018
    Close Date
    Open Until Filled Yes
    Special Instructions To Applicants

    The Director of Financial Aid is being re-posted as of 10/08/2018. Review of qualified applications will begin October 25, 2018. Please submit materials by that date in order to ensure full consideration.

    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.
    Review of qualified applicants to begin immediately. 
    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 Financial Aid reports to the Dean of Student Services. The Director is responsible for the administration of all financial aid and veterans’ program, and oversees Financial Aid programs for Inmate Education. The Director coordinates the activities of the financial aid department.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree is required. Requires two to four years experience on jobs leading to this position, or similar jobs. Familiarity with Banner, Second Chance Pell, Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) and Veterans programs.

    Preferred Qualifications

    Master’s degree in a related discipline is preferred. Ability to plan, schedule, and manage projects and assignments in a timely manner. Ability to establish effective working relationships with others. Ability to follow established college policies and procedures.

    SALARY Minimum $60,000; Commensurate with experience. Plus benefits
    Work Hours 8-5 M-F, other times occasionally
    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Prepare and submit all necessary federal, state, city and institutional reporting for financial aid and veterans administration required meeting all deadlines.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Satisfy all requirements for all Federal and State Reporting for grants and loans.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Develop and monitor all institutional packaging and financial aid policies.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Monitor that the institution is in compliance with all aid delivery and student consumer information for federal, state and internal financial aid regulators (including internal audits within department).

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Research, interpret, and apply state and federal regulations including guidelines to Title IV programs to ensure compliance with all federal and state regulations.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Establish strategies for the effective and efficient delivery of financial aid awards to students that maximize retention and recruitment goals.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Administers and monitors the Veterans Administration student financial assistance programs.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Coordinate outreach efforts to external constituencies. Oversee departmental operations and training. Counsel student and parents, perform need analysis as needed. Conduct Financial Aid workshops and presentations for students, parents and constituents. In coordinator with the Financial Appeals Team perform professional judgment and consider appeals.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Oversee Financial Aid programs for Inmate Education, including site visits for to local state and federal prisons.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Hire, supervise, train, and evaluate departmental staff. Coordinate departmental staff development. Maintain and actively participate in National and State of Texas Financial Aid Associations, Department of Education, and attends trainings.

    Essential Job Functions
    Essential Job Functions

    Perform other duties as assigned.

    Supplemental Questions

    Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

    1. * Do you have a bachelor's degree?
      • Yes
      • No
    2. * How many years of experience do you have in this type of position?
      • 0-1 year
      • 1-3 years
      • 3-5 years
      • 5-7 years
      • 7 or more years
    3. * Describe experience that you have managing/supervising in an office environment.

      (Open Ended Question)

    4. * How well do you handle stressful situations such as a high energy, high traffic office environment with production deadlines?

      (Open Ended Question)

    5. * How many years of experience do you have advising students about Pell Grants?
      • No experience
      • 1-2 years of experience
      • 3-4 years of experience
      • 5-6 years of experience
      • More than 7 years of experience
    6. * Do you have experience with Ellucian Banner 9?

      (Open Ended Question)

    7. * How many years of experience do you have as a Director and/or Assistant Director of Financial of Financial Aid in a public higher education setting?
      • 4-5
      • 6-9
      • 10+
    8. * Do you speak fluent Spanish?
      • Yes
      • No
    9. * Are you willing to be certified to go into the Federal and State prisons to supervise and assist staff and students?
      • yes
      • no
      • maybe

    Documents Needed to Apply

    Required Documents

    1. Resume
    2. Cover Letter
    Optional Documents
    1. Transcripts
    2. Selective Service
    3. Letter of Recommendation 1
    4. Letter of Recommendation 2
    5. Letter of Recommendation 3
    6. Transcripts 2
    7. Transcripts 3

    https://lamarpa.peopleadmin.com/postings/1451

  • Monday, October 08, 2018 3:59 PM | Anonymous


    Assistant Director Residence Life and Conference Housing

    University of St. Thomas - Houston

    Location:

    Houston, TX

    Category:

    Admin - Residence Life and Housing

    Posted:

    10/01/2018 (Reposted Job: Initially posted on 07/20/2018)

    Application Due:

    Open Until Filled

    Type:

    Full Time

    Notes:

    marked as a Priority

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    Department: Residence Life 
    Supervisor: Director of Residence Life and Conference Housing 
    Location: UST Location

    Position Summary 
    The University of St. Thomas ( www.stthom.edu), a private catholic university committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking an Assistant Director of Residence Life and Conference Housing. The Assistant Director of Residence Life assists with the administration, supervision, management and programming for Residence Life and Conference Housing, and is responsible for the daily operations of the UST Living Learning Communities, which currently includes Freshmen LLCs as well as Catholic and Christian faith-based LLCs. The Assistant Director of Residence Life reports to the Director of Residence Life and is appointed with the approval of the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, Vice-President for Student Affairs, and the President of the University.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Assist with the overall administration and daily operation of on-campus residence halls;
    • Foster a community environment with opportunities for personal, spiritual and academic growth and leadership development by operating from a student development framework;
    • Oversee the selection, training, scheduling, evaluation, organization and daily work of at least two Residence Life Student Teams, including, at minimum, the Living Learning Community Mentors. Other Residence Life Student Teams that the Assistant Director may be asked to oversee include, but is not limited to, Peer Ministers, Community Assistants and/or Resident Assistants;
    • Coordinate and plan all aspects of monthly large scale social events that serve all residents. This includes, but is not limited to, coordinating with student leaders, Facilities, vendors, etc;
    • Coordinate and plan all aspects of monthly large scale faith-based events and assist in coordination of the weekly Residence Life mass;
    • Oversee the selection, training, scheduling, evaluation, organization and daily work of one graduate assistant, which includes oversight of associated student leadership teams and one student council (such as ;ResCouncil and/or Judicial Board);
    • Coordinate with faculty and staff advisors for the First Year Experience Living Learning Communities in order to ensure successful collaboration;
    • Coordinate with the Office of Student Activities and the Office of Campus Ministry to help grow and develop the faith-based UST Households, including recruiting both on and off campus participants;
    • Develop, implement and report out on measures of success for all UST Living Learning Communities and Households;
    • Provide support to the Director for preparation and management of budgets for on-campus residence halls and with long range budget planning;
    • Assist with the annual review and revision, as needed, of the Residence Life policies and procedures;
    • Assist the Director with oversight of the maintenance and appearance of Residence Life facilities and coordinate housing services with appropriate University offices and personnel;
    • Assist with the selection, training, and evaluation of the Residence Life student leadership team, including active involvement with the Centralized Leadership Process;
    • Support, interpret, and enforce University and Residence Life policies, procedures and regulations among Residence Life staff and residents and serve as a University conduct officer as needed;
    • Oversee and manage the summer conference programs, which includes primary responsibility for preparing all contracts for clients, primary responsibility for coordination with Dining Services and Facilities and primary responsibility for invoices and conference payments;
    • Serve on University committees and collaborate with Student Affairs offices, including attendance at all major Campus Life events;
    • Participate in University recruitment and retention initiatives;
    • Participate in professional development through University, department in-service programs, student affairs committees, conference attendance and involvement in professional associations;
    • Perform other delegated responsibilities assigned by the Director of Residence Life, and/or the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs.
    Qualifications and Requirements
    • Minimum of Master's degree (Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Education, Counseling, Theology or related field) and a minimum of two years of professional experience. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in university settings, Catholic student leadership, event planning, residential life and summer conferences. Work experience should show demonstrated skills in leadership, group dynamics and programming.
    • Must reside in University provided housing (two bedroom apartment) and serve as a part of the Residence Life On-Call team;
    • Commitment to and ability to articulate the University's Catholic mission and identity in an inviting and engaging manner;
    • Strong communication skills-oral and written;
    • Must be detail oriented and demonstrate an ability to plan well;
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work with multiple constituents;
    • Proficient in use of computers, including skills with word processing, database, PowerPoint, and internet;
    • Interest in working with students, faculty, and staff of the University and in developing professional affiliations.
    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by individuals in this job classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of individuals in this job classification. All job classifications may have miscellaneous job duties assigned on an as needed basis. Management, at the appropriate level, retains the right to assign and change the duties of any position at any time.

    This is a full-time, year round, benefit-eligible position. Regular evening work and occasional weekend work will be required. To apply, please send a resume, a cover letter and salary requirements to the email below. Please note incomplete applications will not be considered.

    recruiting@stthom.edu 
    Human Resources - Ref: 4018 
    University of St. Thomas 
    Houston, TX 77006

    The University St. Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    APPLICATION INFORMATION

    Contact:

    Human Resources
    University of St. Thomas - Houston

    Fax:

    713-525-3896

    Email Address:

    recruiting@stthom.edu


  • Tuesday, October 02, 2018 10:12 AM | Anonymous

    CAREER DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST

     4 POSTIONS AVAILABLE!

    The University of North Texas Career Center is the centralized career office responsible for the career development and employment of all UNT students and alumni. It has responsibility for all Student Employment, Internships, and Post-Graduate Employment of UNT Students.

    Responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:

    * Interface with students at all degree levels and alumni in assigned academic/programmatic areas.

    * Analyze student's career paths, initiate career assessments, and provide advice.

    * Develop and conduct workshops, assess their effectiveness and implement changes needed to engage

       students.                

    * Develop ongoing relationships and work cooperatively with faculty and administration in assigned areas.

    * Manage the assessment of career programs and services and deliver reports to their supervisor.

    * Lead job market research efforts for their assigned area, in order to provide current and relevant data to

      faculty and students.  Work directly with student organizations in making connections to corporate

      speakers/mentors.

    * Provide marketing of career services to the students and faculty in the assigned department.

    * Provide assistant to other units in the Career Center and perform other duties as assigned for optimal

      operational success of the Career Center.

    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.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    The preferred candidate will possess the following additional qualifications:

    * Strong written and verbal communications skills.

    * Certification: CCSP, CCC, CMCS or similar

    * Knowledge of career development, resources and theories, job search techniques and technologies.

    * Familiarity with career assessment tools.

    Apply online:  https://jobs.unt.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=64990

    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, October 01, 2018 1:11 PM | Anonymous

    Director, Senior Year Experience

    Texas Christian University

    Student Development Services is looking for an assessment professional to connect student leadership experiences to career skill sets.

    Job Summary:

    The Director, Senior Year Experience, is responsible for the oversight of the senior year experience, providing on-going programming to connect TCU students to TCU resources and for coordinating the assessment efforts of the Student Development Services Department.

    Duties and Essential Job Functions:

    1.Advises student service organizations by such as LEAPS, Habitat for Humanity, College Insiders andMeals on Wheels developing and facilitating programs that strengthen student leadership through service.

    2.Develops opportunities for student curricular and co-curricular service-learning by planning and coordinatingprograms and events to connect students with appropriate service opportunities in the community.

    3.Serves as a liaison between community agencies, faculty, staff and students by coordinating mutually beneficialcampus and community partnerships.

    4.Assists with data collection by documenting service initiatives on campus; implementing continual assessment ofall stakeholders on outcomes of service initiatives.

    5.Contributes to department programs by promoting integration of community service in curricular and co-curricular programming across campus; serving on various university and community committees and assisting with additional Student Affairs programs as assigned.

    6.Publicizes department programs by contributing to the Office for Community Engagement website and othermedia, and sharing program successes and development in curricular and co-curricular service-learning.

    7.Performs other related duties as assigned.

    Required Education and Experience:

    • ·         Master’s Degree in Higher Education, Student Personnel Services, Leadership Development, or a related field of study.
    • ·         4 years of program management experience in a higher education environment including, but not limited to, advising, teaching, or facilitating student development and experiential education.

     Duties and Essential Job Functions:

    1.Advises student service organizations by such as LEAPS, Habitat for Humanity, College Insiders andMeals on Wheels developing and facilitating programs that strengthen student leadership through service.

    2.Develops opportunities for student curricular and co-curricular service-learning by planning and coordinatingprograms and events to connect students with appropriate service opportunities in the community.

    3.Serves as a liaison between community agencies, faculty, staff and students by coordinating mutually beneficialcampus and community partnerships.

    4.Assists with data collection by documenting service initiatives on campus; implementing continual assessment ofall stakeholders on outcomes of service initiatives.

    5.Contributes to department programs by promoting integration of community service in curricular and co-curricular programming across campus; serving on various university and community committees and assisting with additional Student Affairs programs as assigned.

    6.Publicizes department programs by contributing to the Office for Community Engagement website and othermedia, and sharing program successes and development in curricular and co-curricular service-learning.

    7.Performs other related duties as assigned.

    Duties and Essential Job Functions:

    • 1.       Coordinates the strategic planning and development, design, implementation, management and assessment of senior year student programming consistent with the mission and established learning outcomes of TCU, Student Affairs, and Student Development
    • 2.       Writes appropriate curriculum for programs and activities for senior year students, including the creation and oversight of the senior year milestone programs/events based on appropriate student development theories and models
    • 3.       Coordinate continual assessment of the Student Development Services department in alignment with established learning outcomes and goals of the unit.
    • 4.       Engages with campus and local community on behalf of Student Development Services by assisting with transitional programming initiatives.
    • 5.       Performs other related duties as assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

    •Knowledge of assessment and evaluation techniques.

    •Knowledge of communications, presentations and interpersonal relationship techniques.

    •Knowledge of customer service techniques.

    •Knowledge of commitment to diversity and understanding of and appreciation for cultural, ethnic, and individual differences.

    •Skill in some or all components of Microsoft Office.

    •Skill in navigation of Microsoft Windows.

    •Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

    As an AA/EEO employer, TCU recruits, hires, and promotes qualified persons in all job classifications without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ethnic origin, disability, genetic information, covered veteran status, or any other basis protected by law.

    To apply for this position, please visit TCU Human Resources at https://tcu.igreentree.com/CSS_External/CSSPage_Welcome.asp


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