Undergraduate Faculty Positions

Tenure-Track Computer Science Professor

The Physics and Computer Science Department at Presbyterian College invites applications for a tenure track position in Computer Science beginning mid-August of 2021.

Candidates in all areas of Computer Science will be considered, with preference given to those with previous college-level teaching experience. A Ph.D. in Computer Science or other relevant field is desired; the minimum requirement would be an M.S

Review of completed applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Application

Interested individuals should submit (via email at ggoeckel@presby.edu) to Dr. Greg Goeckel, Professor of Mathematics and Computing, the following: (1) a cover letter indicating interest and relevant professional and academic background, (2) a curriculum vita, (3) three letters of recommendation. Review will begin upon receipt of the completed application and continue until the position is filled.

Presbyterian College:

Presbyterian College is a four-year undergraduate liberal-arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA. The college supports academic freedom and encourages community involvement. Located in Clinton, South Carolina, PC is approximately forty minutes from Greenville and Spartanburg, South Carolina and about one hour from Columbia, South Carolina. The region offers abundant opportunity for social and recreational activities, including a thriving main street in Greenville, performing arts centers in Greenville and Spartanburg, outstanding hiking and trail biking, numerous lakes for boating, and easy access to Charlotte, North Carolina, Asheville, North Carolina, Atlanta, Georgia, and the stunning beaches of the Carolinas.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Tenure Track-Assistant or Associate Professor of Special Education

Tenure Track-Assistant or Associate Professor of Special Education

The Education Department at Presbyterian College invites applications for a tenure-track position in Special Education at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank beginning mid-August of 2021.  This is a nine-month, tenure-track position.

We are seeking candidates who will work collegially and effectively with faculty, students, staff, administrative colleagues, alumni, and professional communities served by the Presbyterian College Education Department. The successful candidate will:

  • Teach a variety of undergraduate courses in general and special education areas
  • Prepare teacher candidates to effectively use evidence-based educational practices
  • Supervise practicum and student teaching experiences
  • Advise students about course schedules and licensure requirements
  • Support student recruitment efforts
  • Collaborate with colleagues to maintain the rigor of the program while incorporating continuous program improvement
  • Participate fully in program assessment and accreditation activities
  • Engage in scholarly activity
  • Provide service to the department, the college, the community and the profession, and
  • Complete other duties as assigned.

Qualification:

an acquired terminal degree (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) in special education, evidence of ability and commitment toward diversity, equity, social justice, and inclusion; evidence of excellent interpersonal communication skills, and a minimum of three years teaching experience in special education settings. Desired characteristics include teaching experience at the college/university level, evidence of scholarship through national presentations or publications, experience working with students from culturally and linguistically diverse communities, and experience with CAEP accreditation.

Application:

Interested individuals should submit (via email at pljones@presby.edu) to Dr. Patricia L. Jones, Director of Education, the following:

  1. Cover letter indicating interest and relevant professional/academic background
  2. Vita
  3. Three letters of recommendation.

Review will begin upon receipt of the completed application and continue until the position is filled.

Presbyterian College:

Presbyterian College is a four-year undergraduate liberal-arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA.  The college supports academic freedom and encourages community involvement.  Located in Clinton, South Carolina, PC is approximately forty minutes from Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina and about one hour from Columbia, South Carolina.  The region offers abundant opportunity for social and recreational activities, including a thriving main street in Greenville, performing arts centers in Greenville/Spartanburg, outstanding hiking and trail biking, numerous lakes for boating, and easy access to Charlotte and Asheville, North Carolina, and the stunning beaches of the Carolinas.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor - Higher Education Program/Generalist

Tenure Track-Assistant or Associate Professor – Higher Education Program/Generalist

Presbyterian College invites applications for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor. This is a full-time, nine-month, faculty appointment starting in August 2021. Presbyterian College has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich PC’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.

About the Higher Education Program:

The Higher Education Program includes several majors in Elementary, Early Childhood, Middle, Secondary and Special Education. The PC Education Department prepares students for positions of leadership and teaching.

 The successful candidate will

  • Teach general undergraduate coursework;
  • Maintain an active role in recruiting;
  • Advise and mentor undergraduate students;
  • Serve on departmental and college committees.

Required Qualifications:

  • Must hold a doctoral degree in higher education or a related field to be completed by the start of employment.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working in higher education;
  • Demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching, including online teaching, through a critical lens;
  • Demonstrated commitment to mentoring and advising students representing diverse backgrounds and career interests;
  • Demonstrated commitment to collaboration and interdisciplinary approaches;
  • Previous experience with SPAs and program accreditation.

Applications:

Interested individuals should submit (via email at pljones@presby.edu) to Dr. Patricia L. Jones, Director of Education, the following:

  1. Cover letter indicating interest and relevant professional/academic background
  2. Vita
  3. Three letters of recommendation.

Review will begin upon receipt of the completed application and continue until the position is filled.

Presbyterian College:

Presbyterian College is a four-year undergraduate liberal-arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA.  The college supports academic freedom and encourages community involvement.  Located in Clinton, South Carolina, PC is approximately forty minutes from Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina and about one hour from Columbia, South Carolina.  The region offers abundant opportunity for social and recreational activities, including a thriving main street in Greenville, performing arts centers in Greenville/Spartanburg, outstanding hiking and trail biking, numerous lakes for boating, and easy access to Charlotte and Asheville, North Carolina, and the stunning beaches of the Carolinas.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Two full-time, tenure-track Professors in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

The Presbyterian College Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track positions to begin August 2021. Teaching expectations include some general chemistry with a combination of organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, or biochemistry.  The successful candidates will also be expected to contribute to the undergraduate research program.

A background in two of these areas (organic, inorganic, or biochemistry) with a Ph.D. is preferred (ABD considered).

Interested individuals should send a letter of application, vitae, unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, teaching and research statements (electronically as a single pdf), and three letters of recommendation to: Ms. Lisa Thompson, Administrative Assistant, Presbyterian College, 503 South Broad Street, Clinton SC 29325. (Email: lithompso@presby.edu)

For more information about Presbyterian College, please visit: http://www.presby.edu/

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Wind Ensemble Conductor / Assistant Professor (tenure-track)

Presbyterian College – Wind Ensemble Conductor / Assistant Professor (tenure-track)

The Department of Music at Presbyterian College (PC) invites applications for a full-time, tenure track position conducting the PC Wind Ensemble and teaching undergraduate music classes at the level of Assistant Professor to begin August 2021.

Responsibilities:

Regular teaching responsibilities include conducting the wind ensemble, jazz band and pep band as needed, and teaching applied lessons (brass preferred). Additional teaching responsibilities will be assigned according to the needs of the Music Department and the successful candidate’s expertise. Evidence of recruitment is expected. The successful candidate will demonstrate a collegial attitude and the ability to communicate effectively. Additional duties include development of the wind ensemble and wind program, student advising and mentoring, and committee service.  Candidates should have a demonstrated commitment to supporting an undergraduate music program at a liberal arts college and should exemplify excellence in both teaching and conducting.

Qualifications:

A doctorate is preferred, but ABDs with significant collegiate teaching experience will be considered.

Application Process:

To receive full consideration, submit a complete application which includes: 1) a current curriculum vitae; 2) graduate transcripts (official or unofficial); 3) a letter of application that includes a teaching philosophy addressing both ensemble and classroom/applied lesson teaching; 4) names and contact information of at least three professional references who can speak to your abilities in teaching and scholarship; 5) where available, unrestricted links to video recordings: when providing these links, please use online platforms with directly accessible videos linked in Microsoft Word documents. All materials must be submitted electronically, and candidates should be prepared to submit additional material upon request.

Review of applications will begin on December 15, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.  For additional assistance, and to submit applications, contact Dr. Karen Buckland, Chair of the Music Department, at kbuck@presby.edu or (864) 833-8467.

The Department of Music serves over 100 students in the classroom, studio and a variety of large and small ensembles.  The Department offers a major in the Bachelor of Arts degree and a Minor in Music, and is dedicated to providing musical experiences for all students. More information about the Music Department can be found at www.presby.edu/music.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Undergraduate Staff Positions

Vice President of Human Resources and Title IX

The Vice President for Human Resources and Title IX is an officer of the college as designated in its bylaws, reporting directly to the president and serving on the leadership team. The vice president is responsible for directing, planning, and implementing operations, programs, and services for the college’s human capital, including administrators, staff, faculty, and students. The vice president is expected to initiate and develop initiatives and strategies to support and enhance excellence in customer service and engagement of employees across the enterprise.

The vice president is responsible for executing and evaluating policies and plans for human resources while collaborating with the leadership team, faculty, and staff to develop overall strategic plans and priorities. The vice president is accountable for compliance with federal and state standards and overall performance of the human resources office, including workforce planning, recruitment and retention strategies, college-wide organizational development and training initiatives, management of compensation, benefits, and retirement systems, leadership in performance evaluations, employee relations, and software systems. The vice president is a hands-on leader, working with a staff of two specialists to provide best practice training, advice and counsel, and daily operations of human resource functions including records, benefits, employee relations, employment, classification, records, payroll, employee information and communications. The vice president addresses Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity (AA/EEO) requirements and required state and federal reporting.

The vice president directs and manages all aspects of Title IX compliance, including all appropriate rules and regulations, reviews for the NCAA and Department of Education training for faculty and staff, training for investigators and Title IX hearing panels, adjudication of Title IX complaints, and reporting annual findings of reviews and investigations.

Qualifications, Experience, and Desired Traits:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree in human resources or a related field from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning preferred
  • Additional professional certifications strongly preferred
  • Ten years of demonstrated leadership experience in human resources, including expertise in key areas such as compensation, benefits, workforce development, succession planning, change management and Title IX
  • Experience in higher education highly desirable, with emphasis on service at a private higher education institution
  • Understanding of the challenges that come with limited staffing and resources
  • Demonstrated experience consulting and advising senior-level executives in broad areas of human resources
  • Commitment to an inclusive and collaborative leadership style that is strong in teamwork.
  • Excellent oral, written and other communications skills as well as extensive computer literacy and familiarity with different software platforms
  • Demonstrated strategic planning, implementation and evaluation expertise Demonstrated experience dealing with highly sensitive and confidential situations
  • Ability to listen to and interact privately and publicly with both individuals and groups
  • Emotional maturity, self-confidence, good judgment, fairness, creativity, discretion, decisiveness, political savvy, diplomacy, tact, resiliency, adaptability, courage of convictions, and tolerance for ambiguity.
  • Willingness to engage in multi-tasking and frequent travel as needed.

To Apply:

Applications will be accepted until the time that a new vice president is appointed. Candidates should submit application materials consisting of a CV and a letter of interest addressed to the Presbyterian College Vice President of Human Resources and Title IX Search Committee. Nominations, expressions of interest, applications, and confidential inquiries concerning this search may be directed to: Applications & Nominations to Bill Peterson Partner 678.448.0013, bpeterson@carterbaldwin.com, or Andre Reidlinger Consultant 470.387.1988, ariedlinger@carterbaldwin.com.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Undergraduate Admission Counselor

Undergraduate Admission Counselor

Position Summary: Reporting to the Director of Undergraduate Admission the undergraduate admission counselor is responsible for identifying, recruiting and enrolling first-year students from a regional territory. This position requires frequent travel to high schools, college fairs and other recruitment events to build relationships with students, parents, and school counselors. When necessitated by isolation and social distancing related to a pandemic, the person holding this role must be able to transition to effective virtual delivery of presentations, one-on-one counseling, and special events. The undergraduate admission counselor also will review applications and make appropriate admission recommendations. Additionally, this position requires the staff member to assist and counsel students through the financial aid process.

Duties and Responsibilities

The following list of duties is meant to be representative of the work performed in this position. The omission of a specific duty or responsibility will not preclude it from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical extension of position responsibilities.

  • Plan and execute recruitment travel to high schools, college fairs and other recruitment events
  • Engage with prospective students, parents, guidance counselors and other constituencies in order to communicate themessage and value of the College
  • Participate in visit programs, yield events, and other special events
  • Provide engaging information sessions to visitors
  • Complete high volumes of outreach via telephone, email, text message, and handwritten notes
  • Implement specific strategies for generating applications, completing applications and enrolling students
  • Thoroughly evaluate applications and recommend appropriate decisions
  • Complete routine reports related to recruitment, travel, special programs, and professional development
  • Positively and professionally represent the College at all times
  • Participate in staff training and team building activities
  • Other duties and projects assigned by the Director of Admission

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably from a liberal arts institution
  • Self-motivated, enthusiastic, and goal oriented
  • Diplomatic, with possession of exceptional written and oral communication skills and group presentation skills
  • Critical thinker with advanced problem-solving capabilities, creativity, and strong work
  • A team player who can also work independently when necessary
  • Must possess a willingness and ability to work and succeed outside of a conventional work week, which may include frequent travel with weekend and evening hours
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds

To Apply

Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Assistant Director for Residence Life

Position Opportunity: Assistant Director for Residence Life

Presbyterian College seeks candidates for an Assistant Director of Residence Life. This position is responsible for the continued development of residential programs and summer programs. The successful candidate will be a dedicated college housing professional with experience in residence life and college student housing operations. An understanding of the value of a liberal arts education on a service-oriented residential campus is a necessity.

Assistant Director, Residence Life

The Assistant Director for Residence Life is a 12-month, full-time, live-on position requiring regular interaction with students, including nights and weekends. The position reports directly to the Associate Dean of Students/Director of Residence Life and works collaboratively with a second Assistant Director. As a member of the Campus Life staff, the AD promotes developing community in the residence halls and houses through student development and learning programs, enhancing the quality of life for undergraduate Arts & Sciences students in a residential community. This position offers a competitive salary and benefits. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a confidential background investigation, motor vehicle record check, and credit report for security purposes.

Qualifications include but not limited to:

  • Master’s Degree in College Student Personnel, Counseling, or related field strongly preferred.
  • Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of two years’ experience within a residence life/housing position in a college/university setting required.

Skills but not limited to:

  • Positive, proactive, able to build effective relationships with students and colleagues
  • Understands the importance of community and cross-campus collaboration
  • Able to motivate and model leadership to students
  • Passionate about, and enjoys working with traditional age college students and their unique adult/adolescent life transition
  • Possess excellent management and organizational skills, adept with technology
  • Able to act independently and react appropriately in a crisis
  • Able to provide interpretation and enforcement of policies and procedures

Primary responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Residence Hall and Apartment Administration: coordinate openings and closings, oversee room furniture and key inventories, maintain regular office hours, address and refer out maintenance concerns, participate in an “on-call” duty rotation, assist with housing selection, handle other tasks relative to residence hall management
  • Staff Supervision and Development: assist with all aspects of student staff selection, actively participate in all student staff training exercises, conduct weekly meetings with student staff, administer employee discipline when necessary, and assist with central office projects and assignments for a student staff.
  • Institutional Liaison/Referral: serve on assigned committees, serve as a resource person for needed referrals, and establish and maintain a rapport with other Campus Life staff.
  • Community Development: get to know residents individually by being available and accessible, assure community building/programming by RA/RD staff, maintain hall security, attend a majority of RA sponsored programs, proactively address all roommate issues, assist in the adjudication of disciplinary cases as required by Student Conduct, provide personal assistance to individuals or groups for conflict mediation, support institutional policies
  • Other Responsibilities: coordinate the crisis response actions for Residential Life Staff during serious incidents that occur in the residence halls and houses, participate in orientation programs for incoming students and parents interested in Residential Life information, serve as an active liaison between the College Administration/Faculty and the students, write and develop reports when requested.

Secondary Responsibilities in Student Programs include but not limited to:

  • Serve as a staff person in an additional area of Student Programs, coordinating and directing student participation to develop applicable programs. This area will be determined based on the qualified candidate’s skills and interests and the needs of the Office of Campus Life.

Departmental Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Participate in the Office of Campus Life’s team initiatives, including department wide in-services, staff meetings, and committees as assigned
  • Participate in institutional effectiveness measures including, but not limited to, annual goals and objectives, planning, and assessment
  • Participate in the appropriate state, regional, or national higher education professional organizations producing scholarship and providing leadership on behalf of the department and college
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the senior staff of Residence Life.

Application Instructions:

Please Email your cover letter, resume, and three references, to mcash@presby.edu or mail:

Ms. Melanie Cash
Administrative Assistant, Residence Life
Presbyterian College
PO Box 975
Clinton, SC 29325

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Campus Police Officer

Campus Police Officer

Presbyterian College is accepting applications for a Campus Police Officer. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, have a minimum of a high school diploma and pass a criminal background investigation. Candidates must have either graduated from the SC Criminal Justice Academy or willing to attend and successfully complete the course. Candidates must be able to enforce rules, regulations, policies, procedures and guidelines of Presbyterian College, as well as local, state and federal laws.

To Apply:

To apply send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to: Presbyterian College, Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Director of Business Analysis & Project Management

Director of Business Analysis & Project Management

Summary:
The Director of Business Analysis & Project Management is responsible for analyzing business needs and processes.  This individual will impact decision making that will enhance software applications and IT services by more effective and efficient use of college resources. This may be accomplished using new solutions or by implementing additional features on existing college technologies. This individual is responsible for IT project management, planning, milestone tracking and coordination with campus stakeholders.  This position will work closely with the Enterprise Solutions Group (ESG) as required.

Reports to Director of Information Technology

Supervision Duties: None

Job duties include but are not limited to:

  • Work with stakeholders at all levels to understand college initiatives, technology needs and business processes
  • Detail the requirements needed, the flow of information, and the identification of potential stakeholders and impacted systems
  • Identify current and future-state business processes, helping stakeholders to envision the future environment and changes needed to current business processes
  • Analyze and validate detailed requirements, defining a business process that is acceptable to all stakeholders
  • Facilitate the negotiation of final requirements among multiple stakeholders, seek solutions that meet requirements and recommend the optimal solution
  • Work closely with the ESG to ensure current technologies are used at maximum benefit, identify enhancements and discuss with stakeholders, analyze the impact on current business processes and determine with stakeholders if enhancements should be implemented.
  • Provide additional expertise and assistance to the ESG for user and application support.
  • Create project plans; estimating: budget, infrastructure needs, human resource needs, timeframes for project completion and establish tasks to meet those goals
  • Responsible for managing completion of tasks, deadlines and ensuring solutions or enhancements are properly implemented
  • Establish training plans as part of new projects
  • Update training materials for existing software tools
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Skills needed but are not limited to:

  • Strong Project Management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication, including technical writing
  • Ability to facilitate group discussion and negotiation
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Understanding of systems engineering concepts
  • Experience in supporting and writing SQL code
  • Experience using Oracle PL/SQL and or MS T-SQL
  • Experience using Banner and other ESG applications
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Ability to conduct cost/benefit analysis
  • Leadership
  • Attention to detail

To Apply
Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Director of Campus Police

Director of Campus Police

Presbyterian College is seeking to hire a Director of Campus Police.  This is a full time position with benefits and reports to the Vice President of Student Life.  The Director is responsible for the organization, direction and supervision of the College’s Police Department.  The Director administers the program’s activities by formulating polices and providing sound leadership and management.

Duties and Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Ensures safety and security for students, faculty and students
  • Ensures college compliance with government security and safety requirements
  • Performs management functions such as scheduling, staffing, evaluating, reporting and budgeting
  • Responsible for planning, implementing, administering and coordinating the programs of the Campus Police Department, in addition to providing consultative, technical and administrative direction
  • Develops programs to provide reasonable safety and security for students, faculty, staff and general public on college property, implement programs to promote building and property security
  • As chief law enforcement officer for the College; responsible for training Campus Police staff and administers and directs law enforcement functions in all areas relating to the protection of life and property, including police services, crime prevention programs, fire safety and key control.
  • Directs investigations on criminal incidents as needed and reports all criminal incidents to the South Carolina Crime Information Center
  • Administers campus parking and traffic programs and enforces all laws
  • Assist Business Office in collection of fraudulent checks
  • Provides or assist with security at athletic, cultural and social events on campus
  • Keeps statistics and updates annually the Clery report.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • At least 7 years’ experience in law enforcement
  • Completed S. C. Law enforcement academy or willing to attend

To Apply:  Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

General Maintenance / Setup

Department of Campus Services
General Maintenance / Setup

Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the General Maintenance / Setup Laborer will perform setup for a myriad of campus events, move furniture, storage and delivery of tables, props and other setup duties as may be assigned.  Additionally, he/she will be tasked with assisting maintenance personnel in the performance of general maintenance tasks and minor building repairs and will perform such other duties as the Maintenance Supervisor may assign.

Functions:

Set up and move tables, chairs, props, furniture, etc. for all campus events, office transfers, meeting and for other occasions as may be assigned.

  • Transport furniture, props and other materials required for set up.
  • Ensure adherence to specific layouts and plans for special events.
  • Perform basic (non-technical) building repair, renovation and upkeep duties as may be assigned.
  • Perform minor and major repair of all buildings and equipment. (Major repairs and others involving licensed trades are performed under the supervision of licensed maintenance workers).
  • Replace broken windows; repair doors, door locks and closets; install window blinds.
  • Assist with the renovation/remodeling of buildings; repair plaster and drywall; paint interior and exterior of buildings.
  • Performs a variety of other skilled and unskilled tasks in support of the Campus Services department as assigned/needed.

Essential Skills:

Proper training or knowledge of proper methods required for this trade.

  • Good skill in the use of hand and power tools.
  • Ability to work as a team member.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
  • Ability to perform manual labor and frequently lift objects weighing 50 pounds or more
  • Ability to quickly adjust to changing priorities.
  • Good oral communication skills.
  • Ability to read, comprehend and follow basic written and oral instructions.
  • Ability to write correspondence.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio and percentage and to interpret miscellaneous drawings and schematics.
  • Ability to carry out detailed written or oral instructions.

Requirement of job include but not limited to:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Valid South Carolina Driver’s License

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

HVAC Technician

Department of Campus Services
HVAC Technician

Under direct supervision of Maintenance Supervisor, to perform duties related to the repair, maintenance, operation, adjustment, and/or installation of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, and related electric, pneumatic control systems, piping and building automation systems.

Functions:

  • Install, repair, adjust, service, and maintain electric or pneumatic control systems for heating ventilation, air conditioning, humidity, laboratory equipment, including calibration of related instruments, gauges and controls.
  • Install, operate, service, and repair conventional mechanical refrigeration/air conditioning equipment including ice cream and ice making machines, standard refrigerators, and general purpose air conditioning units.
  • Repair, clean, adjust, and/or install oil and gas burners and auxiliary heating specialties other than high pressure equipment.
  • Conduct necessary tests of equipment to determine malfunctions or causes of breakdown; remove and replace faulty parts, subassemblies and major components; re-test equipment with repaired components and make required adjustments and corrections.
  • Recommend ordering of necessary parts and supplies for maintenance of equipment.
  • Maintain air compressors, air dryers, and low voltage installations such as warning light systems.
  • Instruct and advise users of proper operation of equipment.
  • May be required to make emergency repairs at hours other than normally scheduled.
  • May direct helpers and other tradesmen in performance of duties.
  • Repair, operate, maintain hydronic systems such as boiler, chillers and pumps.
  • Install additional electrical/plumbing components to improve performance or for adaptation to existing system(s).
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
  • Make adjustments to system operating and monitoring systems.
  • Recommend seasonal settings for campus facilities to ensure occupant comfort and energy savings.
  • Performs a variety of other skilled and unskilled tasks in support of the Campus Services department as needed.

Essential Skills:

  • Technical/trade school graduation or equivalent apprenticeship.
  • Three years’ experience at the journey level.
  • Knowledge of heating, refrigeration/air conditioning equipment and/or pneumatic and electrical control systems as applicable to work specialty.
  • Knowledge of all tools, materials, methods and hazards of the trade.
  • Skill in the use of tools of the trade.
  • Ability to perform delicate repairs.
  • Knowledge of local and national fire underwriter’s codes as applicable to work performed.
  • Sufficient strength and physical dexterity to perform duties and responsibilities of this job, including heavy lifting, climbing ladders, kneeling and/or standing for long periods of time in various weather conditions.

Required Education, Licensure, Certification, Registration, Or Other Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED and Valid South Carolina Driver’s License

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Athletic Department Positions

Assistant Athletic Trainer(s)

Type: Assistant Athletic Trainer(s)
Employer: Presbyterian College (PC)
Location: Clinton, South Carolina
Preferred Education: Bachelor’s Degree (minimum), Master’s Preferred

Job Description: The Presbyterian College Sports Medicine Department is looking to welcome multiple Assistant Athletic Trainers. We are looking to expand our staff in order to provide coverage for all 19 NCAA Division 1 Sports which include: Football, Baseball, Men’s & Women’s Basketball, Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Men’s & Women’s Golf, Women’s Lacrosse, Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Softball, Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Volleyball, Men’s & Women’s Wrestling, Acrobatics & Tumbling, and Competitive Cheerleading. Responsibilities will include prevention, rehabilitation, treatment, along with practice/competition coverage (including travel). Other responsibilities include administrative duties such as medical documentation, scheduling medical appointments, along with the daily operations of the athletic training room and any other duties as assigned by the Director of Sports Medicine.

Presbyterian College is a selective liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA and has an enrollment of approximately 1,100 students. Presbyterian College participates in 19 NCAA sports, Division I (FCS) and competes in the Big South Conference. Located in Clinton, South Carolina (35 minutes from Spartanburg, SC, 40 minutes from Greenville, SC, 60 minutes from Columbia, SC, and 90 minutes from Asheville, NC)

Requirements: NATABOC Certification and at least 1-2 years of collegiate experience, Master’s Degree Preferred. South Carolina State License or eligibility. CPR, AED, and First Aid Certification required. Applicants must also be competent in practical athletic training skills, must be able to work independently, and must be able to effectively communicate with fellow staff athletic trainers, coaches, student-athletes, and parents.

Review of applications will begin immediately. Transcripts will be requested.

Send cover letter, resume, and reference list to: Email (preferred) or fax.
Nelson Jones, ATC, SCAT
Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine
Presbyterian College
105 Ashland Ave.
Clinton, SC 29325
nwjones@presby.edu
(864) 938-3756 (Fax)

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Health Positions

Occupational Therapy Doctoral Coordinator

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

This is a full-time, nine or twelve-month instructional faculty position responsible to the College of Health Professions and the Occupational Therapy Department. The duties of the position are as follows:

TEACHING:

  • Teach a course load appropriate to the discipline and position.
  • Plan and organize instruction to maximize student learning objectives.
  • Implement contemporary teaching and learning strategies to communicate subject matter to students.
  • Modify, as needed, instructional approaches to address student diversity.
  • Learn and use technology to enhance teaching and the educational experience. i.e. the internet, Institutional learning system (Blackboard etc…), distance coursework (tele-medicine /video conferencing as needed), and other interactive technology, as appropriate.
  • Encourage and facilitate the development of communication skills and higher order thinking skills through appropriate assignments.
  • Contribute to the selection and development of instructional materials in accordance with course objectives and the curricular design.
  • Incorporate specific core competencies into specific coursework taught.
  • Develop, update, and post course syllabi in a timely manner in accordance with program policies.
  • Managing classrooms and labs to ensure equipment is maintained and up-to-date.

SUPPORT OF PROGRAM POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:

  • Post and maintain regular office hours to ensure accessibility for advisement and consultation.
  • Serve as faculty advisor within the current program/college advisement system as assigned.
  • Maintain confidentiality of student information. (i.e. FERPA, HIPPA, ETC)
  • Substitute for other instructors within field or discipline in case of an absence.
  • Exercise stewardship (fiduciary responsibility) of college facilities and materials.
  • Participate in peer evaluation of faculty including observations and reviews as required.
  • Recruit students by supporting and participating in official college recruiting functions, visitation, and hosting of visiting groups as well as participation in interviews, vetting, and decision making of potential admissions to the program. (Student Affairs)
  • Participation in the continuous quality improvement of the OTD program including course/programmatic changes. (Academic Affairs)
  • Facilitate and participate in connections with programs (community, medical, and other organizations) to enhance the OTD program.
  • Participation as a committee member with responsibilities as assigned for national programmatic accreditation.
  • Representing the College/Department in community events relative to the OTD Program.
  • Assisting advisees with registration in the Fall, Spring and Summer as needed.

COLLEGE AND PROGRAM ACTIVITIES:

  • Other duties as assigned by the Program Director in coordination with the DCE and Office Manager.

MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL/WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Serve on college and program committees as assigned.
  • Participate in meeting and events required by the college and program administrators.
  • Respond in a timely fashion to information requests from college and program administrators.
  • Support both part-time and full-time colleagues.
  • Contribute to program and college curriculum development processes.
  • Participate in graduation ceremonies
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills in communication with students, colleagues, staff and administrators as an individual or as a part of a team.
  • Maintain familiarity with program and college goals, mission, and long-range plans.
  • Contribute to planning and development processes through appropriate systems.
  • Participate in professional activities that contribute to the educational goals of the department college, and its constituents.
  • Perform professional responsibilities in accordance with pertinent goals, missions, and plans of the college and programs.

SCHOLARSHIP:

  • Each faculty member will have responsibilities associated with scholarship.
    1. Scholarship Agendas will be determined/negotiated on an individual basis
    2. Research Space and IRB information can be found in the college policies and procedures as to qualifications and usage.

PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIORS:

  • Serve as a role model for faculty members, students, and staff in the department and college.
  • Stay current in subject matter through professional development, involvement in professional organizations, and or attending professional meetings, conferences, or workshops.
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to student needs and circumstances.

ADMINISTRATIVE:

The Doctoral Coordinator(DC) is the manager for the programs doctoral project. The DC will:

  • insure consistency and quality in the creation and completion of the Presbyterian College Student’s Doctoral Project.
  • assist with the selection of the Faculty Advisor and Subject Matter Expert (SME) and review credentials as needed with the Program Chair.
  • maintain a group of doctoral students to advise (5 per class).
  • remain current on the timeline for completion of the Doctoral Project.
  • create reminders and schedule deadlines for completion of each chapter of the project.
  • remain in communication with the students so they are aware of the assignment due dates.
  • remain in contact with the SME (once chosen) as it relates to each chapter of the Doctoral Project and its completion.
  • mediate any issues that arise related to the completion of the project with students, SME’s and Faculty.
  • collaborate with the Director of Clinical Education (DCE) to schedule, recruit locations, and address site issues related to the completion of the Doctoral Project either (implementation or research).
  • Consult and assist the SME with reviews, grading, and collaboration establishing the OTH 900 final grade.
  • The Doctoral Coordinator will meet with the Program Chair on a regular basis and update the status of the projects.

OTHER:

  • Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:

Receives guidance and direct supervision from the Program Director/Chair.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Doctoral Degree required in Occupational Therapy or related field of study.
National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy
State Licensure
5 years’ experience as an Occupational Therapist in a clinical practice setting.

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS:
Teaching experience
Student interaction as clinical instructor or coordinator
Expertise in a specific area of the discipline

TO APPLY:

Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Occupational Therapy Faculty

POSITION DESCRIPTION: 

This is a full-time, nine or twelve-month instructional faculty position responsible to the College of Health Professions and the Occupational Therapy Department. The duties of the position are as follows:

TEACHING:

  • Teach a course load appropriate to the discipline and position.
  • Plan and organize instruction to maximize student learning objectives.
  • Implement contemporary teaching and learning strategies to communicate subject matter to students.
  • Modify, as needed, instructional approaches to address student diversity.
  • Learn and use technology to enhance teaching and the educational experience. i.e. the internet, Institutional learning system (Blackboard etc…), distance coursework (tele-medicine /video conferencing as needed), and other interactive technology, as appropriate.
  • Encourage and facilitate the development of communication skills and higher order thinking skills through appropriate assignments.
  • Contribute to the selection and development of instructional materials in accordance with course objectives and the curricular design.
  • Incorporate specific core competencies into specific coursework taught.
  • Develop, update, and post course syllabi in a timely manner in accordance with program policies.
  • Managing classrooms and labs to ensure equipment is maintained and up-to-date.
  • Serve as a mentor and advisor for student’s doctoral projects as assigned.

TEACHING OUTCOMES:

  • Develop and explain methods that fairly measure student progress toward student learning Outcomes and specific course objectives.
  • Evaluate student performance fairly and consistently and return student work promptly to promote maximum learning.
  • Identify students at risk for not meeting performance criteria in order to assist student with engaging the appropriate resources for success.
  • Maintain accurate documentation/records of student progress and submit final grade rosters to Program Director/Administrative staff each semester according to established deadlines.
  • Meet with advisees at least once a semester and maintain accurate documentation any issues, progress, or positives discussed. (note: documentation to be placed in student’s program file)

SUPPORT OF PROGRAM POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

  • Post and maintain regular office hours to ensure accessibility for advisement and consultation.
  • Serve as faculty advisor within the current program/college advisement system as assigned.
  • Maintain confidentiality of student information. (i.e. FERPA, HIPPA, ETC)
  • Substitute for other instructors within field or discipline in case of an absence.
  • Exercise stewardship (fiduciary responsibility) of college facilities and materials.
  • Participate in peer evaluation of faculty including observations and reviews as required.
  • Recruit students by supporting and participating in official college recruiting functions, visitation, and hosting of visiting groups as well as participation in interviews, vetting, and decision making of potential admissions to the program. (Student Affairs)
  • Participation in the continuous quality improvement of the OTD program including course/programmatic changes. (Academic Affairs)
  • Facilitate and participate in connections with programs (community, medical, and other organizations) to enhance the OTD program.
  • Participation as a committee member with responsibilities as assigned for national programmatic accreditation.
  • Representing the College/Department in community events relative to the OTD Program.

COLLEGE AND PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

  • Serve on college and program committees as assigned.
  • Participate in meeting and events required by the college and program administrators.
  • Respond in a timely fashion to information requests from college and program administrators.
  • Support both part-time and full-time colleagues.
  • Contribute to program and college curriculum development processes.
  • Participate in graduation ceremonies
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills in communication with students, colleagues, staff and administrators as an individual or as a part of a team.
  • Maintain familiarity with program and college goals, mission, and long-range plans.
  • Contribute to planning and development processes through appropriate systems.
  • Participate in professional activities that contribute to the educational goals of the department college, and its constituents.
  • Perform professional responsibilities in accordance with pertinent goals, missions, and plans of the college and programs.

SCHOLARSHIP:

  • Each faculty member will have responsibilities associated with scholarship.
    1. Scholarship Agendas will be determined/negotiated on an individual basis
    2. Research Space and IRB information can be found in the college policies and procedures as to qualifications and usage.

PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIORS:

  • Serve as a role model for faculty members, students, and staff in the department and college.
  • Stay current in subject matter through professional development, involvement in professional organizations, and or attending professional meetings, conferences, or workshops.
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to student needs and circumstances.

ADMINISTRATIVE:

  • As stated in teaching requirements for program coursework. No authority or responsibility for the supervision of others, project direction, or program administration unless assigned by the program chair

OTHER:

  • Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:

Direction Received: Receives guidance and direct supervision from the Program Director/Chair.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Doctoral Degree required in Occupational Therapy or related field of study.
National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy
State Licensure
5 years’ experience as an Occupational Therapist in a clinical practice setting.

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS:
TeachinG experience
Student interaction as clinical instructor or coordinator
Expertise in a specific area of the discipline

TO APPLY:

Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

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