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Admission Counselor and Campus Visit Coordinator


Posted May 17, 2017

Summary
Responsible for recruiting, qualifying and counseling both new and transfer students. Serves as a representative to the College’s various publics. Designs and implements strategies related to recruitment and campus visits. This is a full-time, 12 month position, reporting to the Assistant/Associate Director of Admission.

Responsibilities
Recruiting:
•    Manage a domestic recruitment territory, developing strategies for improving market share for first-year and/or transfer students, including travel within territory. Recruitment activities may include but are not limited to: high school visits, meetings with school counselors, college fairs, networking with alumnae, planning or participating in on/off campus events.
•    Determine student interest from point of inquiry through the deposit stage utilizing telephone, electronic, and written communication, as well as available technology.
•    Counsel prospective students and/or families in one-on-one meetings on campus.
•    Review applications and make recommendations on admission.
•    Advise students on the transfer of credits from other institutions by conducting credit evaluations.
•    Maintain knowledge of financial aid process and policies, Ursuline College academic programs and curriculum, transfer equivalencies, NCAA compliance topics, NACAC’s SPGP, student life, etc.
•    Maintain awareness of trends and industry practice through involvement in relevant admission organizations such as OACAC, NACAC, etc.

Campus Visits:
•    Provide oversight and continuous improvement of the campus visit experience, including hiring, training, scheduling and development of student tour guides, training staff on best practices for campus visits, and ensuring the Ursuline campus visit experience is innovative, customer-focused, engaging, and memorable.
•    Coordinate planning for and facilitate execution of select, annual, on-campus recruitment events, as well as coordinate campus visit experience for special groups.
•    Maintains the Admission Visit Center, ensuring the physical space used for campus visits is inviting, resourced appropriately, and authentic to Ursuline.
•    Communicate with various campus colleagues to plan and schedule individualized visit experiences for prospective students.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree. Master’s preferred. Previous experience in college admission/higher education or related setting. Must be highly motivated and energetic, detail oriented, and possess excellent interpersonal, written communication and presentation skills. Event planning experience and demonstrated success with recruitment technology.  Valid driver’s license and ability to travel. Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends. Demonstrated experience working in an inclusive environment.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should send letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to Kelli Knaus at kknaus@ursuline.edu.  Deadline for application is May 26, 2017.  Ursuline College is an inclusive community, committed to diversity and seeking applications from persons of color.

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Director of Library


Posted May 17, 2017


Summary
The Director of Besse Library is responsible for the leadership, strategic direction and overall management of library services and collections, including the College Archives and the Stamp Room Collection in alignment with the College’s mission.  The director is responsible for planning, budget, and staffing in support of the academic, instructional and information needs of faculty, students and staff.  This is a full-time, 12 month position, which reports to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and is a member of the Deans and Directors Council. 

Responsibilities
•    Creates an environment that facilitates research and scholarly activity with an understanding of innovative and traditional methods of information dissemination.
•    Direct library operations, and manage and supervise library professional and support staff including Patron Services and Instruction, Bibliographic and Technical Services, Library Electronic and Media Services, and the College Archives and Stamp Room Collection.
•    Plan, implement, administer and assess all library resources and services for student learning and faculty effectiveness. 
•    Works with library and department heads, as well as external sources, to identify, evaluate and implement programs that improve services and facilities, enhance the quality of resources and increase operational efficiency within the library.
•    Develop and administer the library’s annual operating budget.
•    Develop the collection of all types of materials such as print, media and electronic resources that support the curriculum and maintain the collection through selective weeding of outdated or superseded materials.

Qualifications
•    Master’s degree in Library and Information Science is required. An ALA accredited degree is preferred.
•    Minimum five years library experience, academic experience preferred, with increasing administrative responsibilities, including supervision experience.
•    Demonstrated expertise with information technology and library systems.
•    Commitment to higher education at the undergraduate and graduate level.
•    Service orientation and strong interpersonal and communication skills.
•    Demonstrated experience within an inclusive community.
•    Flexible work schedule including some evenings and weekends.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should send letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to Kelli Knaus at kknaus@ursuline.edu. Deadline for application is June 15, 2017.   Ursuline College is an inclusive community, committed to diversity and seeking applications from persons of color.

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Faculty - Counseling and Art Therapy


Posted May 11, 2017

Summary
Seeking a part-time (3/4 time) Clinical Director/Clinical Faculty in graduate Counseling and Art Therapy Program beginning August 15, 2017.  Limited part time is also needed from June 15-August 15.  The program provides education and training in clinical mental health counseling and art therapy, and is approved by the Ohio Counselor Board and the American Art Therapy Association. The program is seeking CACREP accreditation; has completed the site visit portion of the process and is awaiting a July 2017 CACREP accreditation decision.

Responsibilities
•    Coordinating all dimensions of students clinical placements, including sites, supervisors, and students.  Maintain all data related to these placements. 
•    Overseeing and coordinating the on-campus Skills Lab.
•    Coordinating supervisor training workshops.
•    Orienting students, supervisors, and sites to the clinical requirements and record keeping procedures.
•    Revising student and supervisor handbooks.
•    Teaching/Assisting with clinical courses.
•    Assisting with data for program assessment and student learning outcomes as related to the clinical component of the program.

Qualifications

•    Master’s degree, preferably in art therapy or counseling
•    Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision, Art Therapy, or related field preferred
•    ATR-BC credentialed
•    Licensed PCC or license eligible in Ohio, preferably with supervisory status
•    Administrative skills
•    Strong computer skills and ability to create data storage systems
•    Collaborative
•    Active participation in state, national, and local professional organizations
•    Evidence of continuing professional development
•    Competence in teaching

Candidates must have excellent communication skills, flexibility, mature judgment, and a commitment to working in a creative, collaborative, inclusive and values-based environment with a focus on promoting individual student success.

How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit curriculum vitae, official copies of all university transcripts, three letters of professional reference and a letter of application that includes the applicant’s philosophy of teaching.  Applications may be submitted to: James V. Connell, Ph.D., Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies via Jo Mann at jmann@ursuline.edu  

Application reviews and interviews will start immediately and continue until the position is filled. Ursuline College is an inclusive community, committed to diversity and seeking applications from persons of color.

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Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs Assistant – part time


Posted May 11, 2017

Summary

The Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs Office Assistant (IEMA Assistant) strives to provide relevant educational services to the campus community through regularly scheduled cultural awareness events, coordination of a student peer mentoring program, interaction with faculty and administration on policy and practice to promote campus diversity, and individual student advising.  The program schedule operates annually from August through May. The IEMA Assistant has significant responsibility for advising, programming, administration, and collaboration.  The position also offers opportunities to be involved in events that extend into Admissions, Student Activities, Residence Life, Campus Ministry and Career Services and many other departments. This position is will hold office hours of 20 hours per week, plus some evenings and weekends. Remuneration is a $10,000 stipend, plus an on-campus suite. This is a ten-month position (8/1/17 through 5/31/18) with the potential to work additional limited hours in the summer.  Possible funding for attendance at national and local conferences.
 
Responsibilities

The primary responsibility of the IEMA Assistant is to coordinate cultural and recognition events.  This entails conducting and attending planning meetings and briefings, drafting event proposals including budgetary needs, and coordinating related event details.  The IEMA Assistant is strongly encouraged to involve Ursuline students in the creation of programs, as well as to collaborate with other departments to create and deliver successful activities.  The IEMA Assistant will also assist the director in developing marketing and training materials, maintenance of the department website, identifying leadership development opportunities for students of color, and in identifying campus concerns and emerging issues regarding diversity and tolerance.

Qualifications`
The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree; preference given to a graduate student enrolled in a College Student Personnel or related graduate program.  Candidates should have a passion for assisting students in developing leadership abilities and have prior experience with program/event planning.  Candidates should possess strong communication skills, the ability to manage multiple priorities, and demonstrated experience working in an inclusive community.  Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record, and the ability to drive a 7 or 15 passenger van.  In addition, a commitment to Ursuline College’s mission and values.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Tina A. Roan Lining, Assistant Dean of Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs at troan@ursuline.edu  For more information, please visit http://www.ursuline.edu/stu_serv/multicultural_affairs

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Nursing Faculty – Community Health


Posted May 11, 2017


Summary
The Breen School of Nursing invites applications for a full-time, 10 month faculty position in Undergraduate Community Health Nursing.  The position is available beginning August 15, 2017 and reports to the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Nursing. 

Responsibilities
Maintaining expertise within content and clinical areas taught as well as state of the art teaching practices; Developing the course syllabus according to the course description and objectives approved by the Undergraduate faculty; Teaching classes and preparing all assessment methodologies; Documenting student issues, particularly in the case of possible course or delays in clinical progression; Updating the use of textbooks and other readings and electronic resources as necessary; Serving as an course coordinator, academic advisor and a clinical instructor to assigned students; Attending all Undergraduate Nursing Committee meetings, assigned MSN subcommittees, The Breen School of Nursing Meetings and Faculty Assembly Committee(s).

Qualifications

The successful candidate will possess a Master of Science degree in nursing (MSN), previous teaching experience, an unencumbered Ohio RN license,
relevant clinical practice experience, minimum of 24 months as a Registered Nurse and the ability to work collaboratively in a multicultural setting.  Doctoral degree: PhD or DNP in nursing preferred.  The candidate must be able to accommodate flexible hours, including evenings. Demonstrated experience working within an inclusive community.

How to Apply
Qualified candidates should submit cover letter, contact information, curriculum vitae, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three current professional references via email to Laura Goliat, DNP, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Nursing Program in The Breen School of Nursing, at lgolait@ursuline.edu no later than May 31, 2017.  Search will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Ursuline College is an inclusive community, committed to diversity and seeking applications from persons of color.

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Nursing Faculty – Medical Surgical


Posted May 11, 2017


Summary
The Breen School of Nursing invites applications for a full-time, 12 month faculty position in Undergraduate Medical-Surgical nursing courses.  The position is available beginning July 1, 2017 and reports to the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Nursing. 

Responsibilities

Maintaining expertise within content and clinical areas taught as well as state of the art teaching practices; Developing the course syllabus according to the course description and objectives approved by the Undergraduate faculty; Teaching classes and preparing all assessment methodologies; Documenting student issues, particularly in the case of possible course or delays in clinical progression; Updating the use of textbooks and other readings and electronic resources as necessary; Serving as an course coordinator, academic advisor and a clinical instructor to assigned students; Attending all Undergraduate Nursing Committee meetings, assigned MSN subcommittees, The Breen School of Nursing Meetings and Faculty Assembly Committee(s).

Qualifications
The successful candidate will possess a Master of Science degree in nursing (MSN), previous teaching experience, an unencumbered Ohio RN license, relevant clinical practice experience, minimum of 24 months as a Registered Nurse and the ability to work collaboratively in a multicultural setting.  Doctoral degree: PhD or DNP in nursing preferred.  The candidate must be able to accommodate flexible hours, including evenings. Demonstrated experience working within an inclusive community

How to Apply

Qualified candidates should submit cover letter, contact information, curriculum vitae, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three current professional references via email to Laura Goliat, DNP, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Nursing Program in The Breen School of Nursing, at lgolait@ursuline.edu no later than May 31, 2017.  Search will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Ursuline College is an inclusive community, committed to diversity and seeking applications from persons of color.

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Academic Advisor – part time


Posted May 11, 2017

Summary
The Academic Advisor is responsible for academic advising and academic advising services for new and current students (excluding nursing students) in order to facilitate degree completion in the most efficient and effective manner. The Academic Advisor recommends registration in courses to fulfill degree plan requirements.  The Academic Advisor reports to the Associate Director of Advising in the URSA Department.  This hourly paid position is 20 hrs/week for 10 months (August 15 thru June 15) plus additional limited hours in the summer.
 
Responsibilities

•    Provides general academic advising services by assisting students in course selections to fulfill the degree plan requirements of the program of study.
•    Maintains an advisee load and guides students in the successful completion of the degree plan requirements, including preparing advisor files for all new students. 
•    Performs specific duties related to Academic Orientation Days; Participates in New Student Interview Program; Assists with the Keys to Success program; Participates in New Student Interview Program. 
•    Implements and evaluates the RAISE program required of all students on academic warning & probation. 
•    Assigns advisors to new students and assists with advisor training and support.
•    Contacts and guides students who are having academic difficulties and recommends follow-up actions.
•    Conducts exit interviews of athletes including graduating seniors.
•    Maintains accurate electronic (excel and Jenzabar) and hard copy records of all services provided.

Qualifications 
A Bachelors Degree is required.  At least two years related experience or equivalent.  Ability to work in an inclusive community, work independently and as a member of a team.  Strong PC skills, including Microsoft office and database experience; detailed oriented.  The ability to communicate effectively with all constituents (students, faculty, staff).

How to Apply

Interested candidates should send letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to Kelli Knaus at kknaus@ursuline.edu.  Deadline for application is May 22, 2017.  Ursuline College is an inclusive community, committed to diversity and seeking applications from persons of color.

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