MU Staff Vacancies as of 04.18.14

  Search No: 13247
Date Published:
01/24/2014

Title:
Applications Systems Analyst Programmer Senior
Bursar.
Type:
Full-time, regular status, classified, exempt, pay grade 19, $37,613
Special Notes:
**Educational Verification: Candidates who are selected for hire will be required to submit educational verification (e.g. diplomas, transcripts, certifications) to Human Resource Services prior to the start of employment.**
Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/Information Systems or related field and more than 3 years related job experience. Technical knowledge of relational database systems and associated forms, along with data and file structures; technical knowledge or report writing software such as, but not limited to, Argos. Working/technical knowledge of personal computers, Banner student information system and Structured Query Language. Must have good communication, organizational and interpersonal skills, with a strong accounting or mathematical background.
Duties:
Provide systems analysis and management services for the Office of the Bursar on existing and proposed automated systems to ensure accurate and efficient processing of revenue data. Develop and provide administrative reporting, support and system enhancements for various upper-level administrative areas, in support of the mission of the University. Create, generate and maintain in-house processes necessary to maintain the current operating level and advancement of the department. Supervision and scheduling of student employees and subordinate full-time staff. Lead responsibility for the establishment of new tuition and fee structure each year.
Application Procedure:
Send cover letter, resume and contact information for three references in one PDF file referencing Search 13247 to: recruiting@marshall.edu
Application Deadline:
Position is open until filled.
Background Check Required:
YES
  Search No: 13241
Date Published:
12/17/2013

Title:
Director of Clinical Experiences
College of Education and Professional Development
Type:
Non-Classified, 10-month appt. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
Qualifications:
Master's degree in appropriate field and at least three years of U.S. public school teaching experience required. Prior administrative experience in placing students in public school classrooms highly desirable. Competence in instructional technology and experience working with accreditation process preferred. Evidence of excellence in teaching, service and scholarship is desirable.
Duties:
Work cooperatively with the faculty in the COEPD to implement performance assessment instruments for all clinical experiences; Responsible for clinical placements, selection of clinical sites, and making supervision arrangements; Responsible for providing assistance with school-related clinical experiences in non-teacher education programs; maintain communication with PDS site coordinators and host teachers as necessary to provide clinical experiences; Work with PDS faculty liaisons to support professional development and outreach activities to PDS sites and their communities; Maintain and administrate the PDS Partnership School budget; Work cooperatively with the college certification office to ensure that clinical placements are consistent with the WV Department of Education requirements; Assist in preparation of assessment and accreditation reports; coordinate background checks for all clinical students; Maintain current clinical materials; Seek funding opportunities to ensure program growth; Initiate grant management and implementation; Some clinical supervision may be required.
Application Procedure:
Send cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references who may be contacted during the recruiting process in one PDF file referencing Search 13241 to recruiting@marshall.edu
Application Deadline:
Position is open until filled.
Background Check Required:
YES
  Search No: 13227
Date Published:
12/16/2013

Title:
Coordinator of Student Activities
Student Affairs
Type:
Full-time, non-classified. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Special Notes:
**Educational Verification: Candidates who are selected for hire will be required to submit educational verification (e.g. diplomas, transcripts, certifications) to Human Resource Services prior to the start of employment.**
Qualifications:
Master's degree in student affairs, higher education administration, communication or related field. Experience leading student organizations in programming efforts.
Duties:
The Coordinator of Campus Activities is focused on promoting student success through support of Marshall University co-curricular leaning domains. The Coordinator sponsors educational, cultural, social, and recreational programming. The Coordinator is a member of the Student Affairs staff and must cultivate a strong sense of community within the department, throughout the campus, and in the surrounding community. The position must interact with the general public, including prospective students and their families through presentations, one-on-one communication, and through online media. Essential job functions include: Develop and coordinate activities and events that meet the diverse needs of the entire student population and support the overall mission of Marshall University; Collaborate with other members of the Marshall University community to execute successful programs; Evaluate effectiveness of programming; Advise the Campus Activities Board; Create and maintain marketing plans for events; Represent the University as a liaison between the institution and talent agencies; Serve as initial negotiator and reviewer of contracts between artists and/or agencies and Marshall University; Develop a comprehensive budget the report monthly to supervisor on expenditures; Represent the Department of Student Affairs on university-wide committees as appointed; Responds to emergencies as necessary. Evening and weekend work is frequently required.
Application Procedure:
Send cover letter, resume, and contract information for three references in one PDF file referencing Search 13227 to: recruiting@marshall.edu.
Application Deadline:
Open until Filled
Background Check Required:
Yes
  Search No: 13216
Date Published:
11/19/2013

Title:
Executive Director
WV Autism Training Center/COEPD.
Type:
Full-time, non-classified position. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Qualifications:
Earned Ph.D. or Ed.D. in special education, behavioral psychology, or a related field. Evidence of leadership skills required to lead a nationally-known center, including but not limited to the ability to cultivate relationships at the state, regional, and national levels, successfully manage a large budget, supervise a large staff, and work with state or national legislative policy makers. Candidates with expertise in educational and community-based programming, applied behavior analysis, positive behavior support, and autism spectrum disorders are preferred. The candidate should have a successful record of scholarly publications, scholarly work and grant-writing, and good interpersonal and communication skills.
Duties:
Responsible for all facets of the operation of the center including, but not limited to: center organization, program planning, staffing, communications, service quality controls, and fiscal controls. Write grant proposals, engage in and supervise applied research activities, and participate in professional activities within the service area. Oversee a multi-million dollar budget. Network and develop relationships with state lawmakers, associations and agencies at the state and national level such as at the Autism Society of America, and the Centers for Disease Control. Work closely with the Autism Training Center advisory board. Collaborate with the College of Education and Professional Development and with the West Virginia Department of Education in regard to training and certification of public school teachers and other training projects. Additional duties as assigned by the dean for the College of Education and Professional Development or by state initiatives.
Application Procedure:
Send cover letter, detailed curriculum vita, and contract information for three references in one PDF file referencing Search 13216 to: recruiting@marshall.edu.
Application Deadline:
Position is open until filled.
Background Check Required:
YES
  Search No: 13141
Date Published:
08/29/2013

Title:
Assistant Women's Track and Field Coach
Athletics. 2 positions available.
Type:
Full-time position. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Special Notes:
**Educational Verification: Candidates who are selected for hire will be required to submit educational verification (e.g. diplomas, transcripts, certifications) to Human Resource Services prior to the start of employment.**
Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree and successful coaching sprints, hurdles, jumps and relays. Excellent communication skills; knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations preferred.
Duties:
Assist in planning and organizing and phases of a Division I women's track program including recruiting; developing the student-athlete, meet preparation, and community involvement. Assist the head coach in all aspects of the program.
Application Procedure:
Submit cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references who may be contacted during the recruiting process in one PDF file referencing Search 13141, to: recruiting@marshall.edu.
Application Deadline:
Position is open until filled.
Background Check Required:
YES