Ursuline College Accelerated Program (UCAP)
Posted April 10, 2014
The Admission Specialist is responsible for recruiting efforts for the non-traditional evening and weekend accelerated program. The primary responsibility is meeting enrollment goals by recruiting and supporting students for their first semester of courses in UCAP through the execution of a sales and marketing strategy and retention plan.
Essential Job Functions
Implements and represents the Program through various events such as information sessions, alumnae events and corporate sponsor events to achieve enrollment goals, including college and corporate education fairs; Meets with inquiries/prospective students, conducts unofficial transcript evaluations and degree plans, and assists in the application process; Advises new students on course selection and registration for first semester; Maintains student records in a database management system; Plans events logistics.
A Bachelor’s degree in related field with appropriate experience. Three years of professional experience in higher education or similar work environment, preferably in the areas of student recruitment and counseling. Sales or customer service background; experience with consultative selling technique. Must be detail-oriented and highly organized; excellent written and verbal communication skills; presentation skills; excellent grammar and proofreading skills. Ease and confidence in communicating with people at all levels. Ability to build and maintain effective working partnerships with student clients, alumni and faculty; must be able to work independently and with teams; demonstrated experience working in a diverse academic community. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, and databases; experience using on-line communication services. Ability to work evenings and Saturdays as needed.
How to Apply
Candidates should send resume and salary history to Kelli Knaus, Director of Human Resources, at email@example.com. Deadline for application is April 18, 2014.
Education Faculty – Educational Administration Masters’ Program
Posted April 3, 2014
The College announces a search for a 10 month, half-time faculty member in the Education Unit. The contract position will begin August 15, 2014.
Teach clinical and methods courses in the Educational Administration Masters’ Program and support the program as a member of a faculty team. This faculty member will also be responsible for collaborating on accreditation reports, grant procurement, and outreach to community schools, among other initiatives.
The successful candidate will possess a Master’s degree, or Ed.S., the doctorate preferred, current Ohio administrative licensure (preferred), at least 5 years teaching experience in school administration, experience working within a multicultural setting, ability to work in a highly collaborative team environment, flexibility and mature judgment, and ability to teach evening classes and to travel to local school sites. He/she will have an interest in teaching on-line classes.
How to Apply
A letter of interest, curriculum vita and three letters of reference should be emailed to Jim Connell, Ph.D. , Educational Administration Department, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.
Graduate Assistant – Office of Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs
Posted April 1, 2014
Ursuline College announces an opening for a Graduate Assistant in the Office of Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs. This position is a 20 hour-per week position that 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.
As a small, Catholic, liberal arts institution, Ursuline College focuses on the education of women through the development of their values, voice, and vision. This environment affords the Graduate Assistant in Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs the opportunity to gain a hands-on, intensive Student Affairs experience.
About the Office of Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs
The staff in the Office of Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs (OIEMA) consists of a full-time director, the graduate assistant, a part-time administrative secretary, and one undergraduate student employee. The OIEMA 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 primary responsibility of the graduate 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 graduate 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 graduate 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 and Compensation
The successful candidate will be 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 and the ability to manage multiple priorities. Remuneration is a $13,000 stipend. This is a ten-month position with a twelve-month option. Possible funding for attendance at national and local conferences.
How to Apply
Candidates should submit cover letter and resume electronically to Tina A. Roan Lining, Assistant Dean of Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural Affairs at email@example.com , 440.684.6085, http://www.ursuline.edu/stu_serv/multicultural_affairs
Adjunct Faculty - EducationPosted March 28, 2014Summary
The college announces a search for an adjunct staff member to join the Master Apprenticeship Program (MAP).
The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching Language Development, EDS 515-0: a graduate level course in the Special Education initial licensure band. This course will be taught on Thursdays, beginning fall semester, 2014.
The successful candidate will possess an MA/M.Ed.; with Ph.D. or Ed.D. preferred; current Ohio Teaching license in Special Education; extensive K-12 teaching experience; experience in curriculum development; college teaching experience; excellent communication skills; ability to work within a multicultural environment; flexibility and mature judgment; a commitment to teaching in a challenging and collaborative environment; commitment to the mission of the college as a Catholic institution is essential.
How to Apply
Send letter of interest, resume, a copy of your current licensure, and three current, professional references to Dr. Edna West, Director of the Master Apprenticeship Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be considered until position is filled.
Nursing Faculty – Medical-Surgical Posted March 14, 2014Summary
Ursuline College and the Breen School of Nursing announce a search for a full-time, 10-month faculty position (course coordinator) in medical-surgical nursing at the junior level. Responsibilities
Teaching assigned classroom and clinical courses in medical-surgical nursing, and assisting with the oversight of adjunct clinical faculty during clinical rotations. Coordinating student orientation to course and clinical sites; proctoring student exams; helping students with NCLEX preparatory materials and testing. Assisting with curriculum, program assessment and evaluation, marketing and recruiting events, and preparing reports for accrediting agencies. Qualifications
Minimum qualifications for the position include an MSN or master’s degree in nursing, Ohio RN license, relevant clinical practice and/or teaching experience, and the ability to work in multicultural settings. Preference is for individuals with a doctoral degree, teaching experience and a background in Medical-Surgical nursing. Position is available starting fall semester 2014.
How to Apply
Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to Dr. Patricia Sharpnack at email@example.com Search will begin immediately and continue until position filled.
Graduate Assistant – Softball
Posted March 7, 2014Summary
Ursuline College is seeking candidates for a Graduate Assistant in Softball. Ursuline College offers 11 intercollegiate athletic programs and as a member of the NCAA DII, offers athletic scholarships to our student-athletes. This position is a hands-on coaching opportunity with administrative duties as well. It is a great opportunity for those wishing to go into the coaching field.
1) Duties include (not limited to): assisting in all practice sessions and competitive events; assisting in pre-season and in-season conditioning; assisting with recruitment of student-athletes; assisting in fund raising and community service.2) This is a 10 month position, which begins August 1, 2014.3) Appointment includes a $15,000 stipend and a room. (The position does not include tuition.)
1) Bachelor’s Degree.2) Enrolled in a graduate school program or post baccalaureate professional degree program.3) Collegiate playing experience required, preferably as a pitcher.4) Demonstrated experience working in a multicultural environment. 5) Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record and the ability to drive vans. 6) Commitment to high standards of character as well as a commitment to student-athlete success both academically and athletically.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Susan Woodford, Head Softball Coach, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Fax: 440-684-6097. Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.
Graduate Assistant – Office of Student ActivitiesPosted February 27, 2014
The programming philosophy of the Office of Student Activities is that students are the best creators of their own vibrant campus life. Therefore much of what we strive to do is create an atmosphere in which students are knowledgeable and empowered to plan events and programs that are meaningful to them and their college experience. Overall, the Graduate Assistant will co-advise, with the Director of Student Activities, the Programming Board and Student Government Association (SGA) in the planning and implementation of campus social events. This position will hold office hours approximately 20 hours a week, plus some evenings and weekends. This is a 9 month position from August 4, 2014 through May 31, 2014. Appointment includes a $4,000 stipend; on campus suite; and a meal allowance, for a total package of $11,920.
1) Actively recruit students for involvement with the planning of campus activities. 2) Attend events as administrative presence.3) Attend weekly Programming Board and Student Government Association meetings. Regularly meet with officers and event chairs.4) Assist with facets of annual Student Activities events (i.e. Orientation presentations, Family Fun Festival, and Leadership Award Ceremony) including planning, facilitation, reservations, payment of services, publicity, etc. 5) Serve as a resource to students and student leaders.6) Prepare appropriate information as needed for monthly and annual reports.7) Assist with gathering information for assessment and evaluation.8) Complete training for van certification, and drive 7-passenger or 15-passenger van as needed.9) Saturday Shuttle as needed. Additional compensation for driving Saturday shuttle10) Represent the Office of Student Activities in various Division and College events.
1. Bachelor’s Degree.2. Enrolled in a graduate school program or post baccalaureate professional degree program.3. Demonstrated experience working in a multicultural environment. 4. Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record and the ability to drive 7 or 15 passenger van. 5. A commitment to Ursuline College’s mission and values.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Tiffany Wallace, Director of Student Activities at email@example.com Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.