Institutional Research Analyst
Posted May 21, 2015
Develop and maintain institutional databases; analyze data to assess progress of institutional efforts; pro-actively identify and report information to support decision making. Position reports to the Chief Information Officer.
Gather, process, coordinate, analyze, and communicate data to inform decision-making and improve effectiveness at the College. Publish and maintain a website that provides the campus community easy access to commonly requested information. Develop and maintain college fact book in electronic form. Administer institutional surveys; oversee internal and external data reporting, including IPEDS; and annual institutional update for the Higher Learning Commission.
Bachelor’s degree required in a related field; Masters preferred. Knowledge of and experience in higher education research and administration, preferably at an academic institution. Evidence of good interpersonal skills and cultural competency. Advanced ability to work with complex statistical and informational databases; experience in Excel, Access, SQL, database structures and web design. Experience with Jenzabar or similar administrative software system.
How to Apply
Candidates should submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for application is June 5, 2015.
Head Women’s Cross Country Coach/Asst Track CoachPosted May 15, 2015
Responsible for administering and organizing all aspects of the cross country program, and serve as the assistant to the track team. Ursuline College is a member of NCAA Division II and the Great Midwest Athletic Conference(G-MAC) This is a full time position that starts August 1, 2015. Reports to the Director of Athletics.
Develop the meet schedule for cross country; Arrange team travel; Order all equipment and supplies; Work with and develop cross country budget; On-the-course coaching and preparation; work as the assistant to the track program which includes coaching and other duties assigned by the head coach. Complete required reports; Inventory all equipment before and after the season; Work with the Admission office to coordinate recruitment efforts and campus visits; Participate in all department fund raisers; Take an active interest in the student athlete in the classroom. Must adhere to and follow all NCAA Division II and conference rules, regulations and bylaws.
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred, experience as a cross country coach at the college level. Demonstrated experience working within a multicultural community. Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record and the ability to drive vans to and from contests. Commitment to high standards of character as well as a commitment to student-athlete success both academically and athletically.
How to Apply
Candidates should submit cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three references to Cindy McKnight, Director of Athletics, at email@example.com. Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.
Adjunct Faculty – EducationPosted April 29, 2015
The College announces a search for adjunct faculty members in the Education Department for the fall 2015 semester.
The instructional responsibility for these positions is teaching courses in the undergraduate early childhood and/or art education teacher education programs. Must be available during daytime hours, weekdays.
Candidates must possess at least the Master’s degree in Education, State teaching license/certification, and minimum 3 years’ teaching experience in the area of the courses being taught, the ability to work within a multicultural setting, and a commitment to teaching in an academically challenging, collaborative, and values-based environment.
How to Apply
A letter of interest, curriculum vita, and three letters of recommendation should be sent to Mary Jo Cherry, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for application is May 22, 2015.
Graduate Assistant – Office of Inclusion, Equity and Multicultural AffairsPosted April 21, 2015
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 assistant dean, 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 assistant dean 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. There is a modest stipend. This is a ten-month position. 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/Student_Life/Inclusion_Equity_Multicultural_Affairs/index.html
Faculty, Counseling and Art Therapy - Tenure Track
Posted February 9, 2015Summary
Seeking a full-time, tenure-track faculty member to assume teaching and advising responsibilities in its graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program beginning August 15, 2015. The Counseling and Art Therapy program is committed to providing education and training in clinical mental health counseling and art therapy, and will be submitting application for CACREP accreditation in spring of 2015.
Teaching graduate level counseling courses; Advising students and participating in perspective student interviews; Participating in college committee work; Assisting with departmental responsibilities such as accreditation processes, curriculum and program development, practicum and internship, thesis; and fulfilling other duties as assigned.
• Doctorate in Counselor Education, preferably from a CACREP accredited program, ABD considered
• Preferred master’s degree in art therapy with an ATR-BC, and/or have an affinity for creative and expressive approaches
• Licensed PCC or license eligible in Ohio, preferably with supervisory status
• Active participation in state, national, and local professional organizations
• Evidence of continuing scholarly work
• Competence in teaching
• Administrative skills
• Experience in addictions services a plus
Candidates must have excellent communication skills, flexibility, mature judgment, and demonstrated success working in a multicultural community. A commitment to the mission of the College as a Catholic, women-focused institution of higher learning is essential, as well as teaching in a collaborative based environment with a focus on promoting individual student success.
How to Apply
For full consideration, interested applicants should submit a curriculum vita, 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: Dr. Gina Messina-Dysert, Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies via Jo Mann at firstname.lastname@example.org