Undergraduate Faculty Positions

Adjunct Instructor of Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Presbyterian College invites applicants for an adjunct lecturer to teach General Chemistry (either lecture and/or lab sections) for the upcoming fall 2019 semester. A minimum of a Master’s degree in chemistry or a related field is required; however, ABDs interested in gaining teaching experience are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested individuals should send electronically: (1) a letter of application, (2) vitae, (3) unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and (4) contact information for three references to: Dr. Walter Ott (email: wott@presby.edu). Review of completed applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

For more information, 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.

Visiting Assistant Professor / Instructor of Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Presbyterian College invites applications for a one-year, visiting position to begin August 15, 2019. Teaching expectations include both lecture and lab sections (multiple) for the General Chemistry course.

A Ph.D. in Chemistry at the initial time of employment is preferred for the rank of Assistant Professor, but those who are ABD will be considered at the rank of Instructor. A commitment to undergraduate teaching is required, and prior teaching experience is desirable.

Review of completed applications will begin April 1stand continue until the position is filled.  Interested individuals should send (electronically) a letter of application, vitae, unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, teaching and research statements, and three letters of recommendation to both: Lisa Thompson (email: lithompso@presby.edu), Departmental Administrative Assistant, and Dr. Walter Ott (email: wott@presby.edu)Chair of the Department and Search Committee.

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 40 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, and Atlanta, Georgia.

For more information, 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.

Undergraduate Staff Positions

Assistant Director of Student Involvement: Events and Student Organizations

The Assistant Director for Student Involvement: Orientation and Events is a professional, 12-month position that requires regular interaction with students, faculty, and staff. The position reports to the Director of Student Involvement. As a member of the Campus Life staff, the Assistant Director plans and promotes enriching and diverse programs and events. Approximately 70% of the position is focused on developing orientation and other student facing events, including actively leading the Student Activities Board; 20% of the focus is on managing Registered Student Organizations; and 10% of the focus is on developing collaborative projects and committees within the department and campus.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Develop, plan, and implement quality Orientation programming to welcome students to the college for summer and spring sessions.
  • Organize and implement campus-wide events like Welcome Week, Winter Welcome, Spring Fling, etc.
  • Develop, plan, and implement at least 1 signature event each month as well as regular niche/small events, primarily on Friday and Saturday nights.
  • Responsible for ensuring contracted programs and events follow college processes.
  • Actively lead the Student Activities Board.
  • Develop, plan and implement assessments to improve programs and services.
  • Identify and facilitate opportunities to get students involved on-campus and to build community.
  • Cultivate partnerships with RSOs, departments, etc. to implement programs and events.
  • Participate in retention outreach to unengaged students.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Departmental responsibilities include:

  • Participate in Campus Life team initiatives, staff meetings, and committees as assigned.
  • Participate in institutional effectiveness measures including annual goals, objectives, planning, and assessment of learning outcomes.
  • Participate in appropriate state, regional, or national professional organization as funds allow.
  • Nights and weekends are required as related to programs and services, including serving on the weekend on-call rotation, which requires the AD to live within 15 minutes of campus.

Qualifications, skills, and knowledge:

  • Master’s degree in College Student Personnel, Counseling or other related area.
  • 1-2 years’ experience within a college/university setting, graduate experience considered.
  • Possess knowledge of current practices in student development.
  • Demonstrated experience in budget management, program assessment, and reporting skills.
  • Ability to develop collaborative relationships with students and colleagues.
  • Ability to take initiative and offer innovative solutions.
  • Possess excellent organizational, team building, and presentation skills.

Application instructions:

Please mail a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to:
Mrs. Debby S. Young
Senior Administrative Assistant, Campus Life
Presbyterian College
503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325
Or e-mail materials to: campuslife@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 of Student Involvement: Recreation

The Assistant Director of Student Involvement: Recreation is a 12-month, full-time position that requires regular interaction with students, faculty, and staff. The position reports to the Director of Student Involvement. As a member of the Campus Life staff, the position promotes enriching and diverse co-curricular experiences. This person will develop a comprehensive recreation program including club sports, intramural sports, fitness programs, and staffing of Springs Student Center and Recreation Center. This position also coordinates with the Department of Admissions to attract new students to PC through pipeline clubs.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Supervise student staff in Springs Student Center and Recreation Center and IM sports roles.
  • Advise all club sports with a focus on attracting 5-7 new students each academic year.
  • Manage the intramural sports program.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of the Springs Student Center in coordination with the Director of Student Involvement.
  • Develop and implement recreation policies and procedures including staff manuals and training.
  • Collaborate with peers across campus and support student leaders in engaging the campus.
  • Direct recreation social media resources.

Departmental responsibilities include:

  • Participate in Campus Life team initiatives, staff meetings, and committees as assigned.
  • Participate in institutional effectiveness measures including annual goals, objectives, planning, and assessment of learning outcomes.
  • Participate in appropriate state, regional, or national professional organization as funds allow.
  • Nights and weekends are required as related to programs and services, including serving on the weekend on-call rotation, which requires the AD to live within 15 minutes of campus.

Qualifications, skills, and knowledge:

  • Master’s degree in Recreation, College Student Personnel, or other related area.
  • 1-2 years’ experience within a college/university setting, graduate experience considered.
  • Experience with managing sports through IMleagues.
  • Possess knowledge of current practices in student development.
  • Possess experience in leading a collegiate recreation center, Club Sports, Intramural Sports, and other student organizations.
  • Ability to develop positive, proactive relationships with students and colleagues.
  • Ability to lead and manage projects and initiatives.
  • Possess excellent organizational, team building, and presentation skills.

Application instructions:

Please mail a cover letter, résumé and list of three references to:
Mr. Daniel Adams
Director of Student Involvement
Presbyterian College
503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325
Or e-mail materials to: dmadams@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 Career and Professional Development

Assistant Director for Career and Professional Development

The Assistant Director for Career and Professional Development is a professional 12-month, full-time position and requires regular interaction with students, faculty, and staff. The position reports to the Associate Dean of Students & Director of Career and Professional Development.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Provide individual and group advising on a variety of topics including major and career exploration, internship and job search strategies, and graduate school preparation for undergraduate students pursuing a pre-professional pathway (includes pre-allied health services, pre-dental, pre-medical, pre-law, pre-pharmacy, pre-theological, pre-veterinary medicine, and engineering dual-degree).
  • Develop and deliver career-related programming and workshops to students in classroom settings, residence halls, and pre-professional student organizations.
  • Assist with organizing, marketing, and implementing career events.
  • Stay current with job opportunities and recruiting events available to students and promote accordingly.

Departmental responsibilities include:

  • Participate in Campus Life team initiatives, staff meetings and committees as assigned.
  • Participate in institutional effectiveness measures including annual goals, objectives, planning and assessment of learning outcomes.
  • Participate in appropriate state, regional or national professional organizations.
  • Participate on committees and represent the office at networking and employer outreach events.
  • Perform on-call rotation duties for scheduled evenings and weekends and other duties as assigned by senior staff which requires the AD to live within 20 minutes of campus.

Qualifications, skills and knowledge:

  • Master’s degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs, Counseling, Human Resources or related area.
  • 1-2 years relevant experience working in career services, advising, counseling, or recruiting.
  • Possess knowledge of current practices in student and career development.
  • Ability to develop positive and proactive relationships with students, faculty, staff, and colleagues.
  • Ability to lead and manage projects and initiatives and assess for outcomes.
  • Possess excellent presentation skills and be proficient with technology, social media, and digital communication.
  • Must be a coachable team member and proactive problem-solver able to balance multiple priorities.
  • Must appreciate working and serving students with diverse needs and backgrounds.

Application instructions:
Please mail a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Ms. Melanie Cash, Administrative Assistant, Career and Professional Development, Presbyterian College, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to mcash@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.

Associate Director of Financial Aid

Presbyterian College is seeking a highly motivated individual to join the enrollment management team as the Associate Director of Financial Aid for undergraduate and graduate financial aid. This position is vital in the recruitment and retention of students and must provide exemplary service to various populations.

Job Summary

This position coordinates the origination and disbursement of state, federal and alternative student loans.  The position also serves as the Financial Aid Office Banner functional expert. The Associate Director of Financial Aid serves as the second in charge in the Financial Aid Office and manages the office in the director’s absence.

Essential Job Functions:  

  • Responsible for ensuring institutional compliance of all federal loan programs and all alternative loan programs.
  • Responsible for the origination of federal loans through the US Department of Education software.
  • Monitor the disbursements of federal and private loan funds for undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Initiate actions to resolve problems concerning the Federal Direct Loans and alternative loans.
  • Counsel students and parents on all financial aid programs and application requirements including loan programs, repayment provisions and deferment options.
  • Counsel students and parents regarding financial aid and student account balances.
  • Produce reports in Banner as necessary to reconcile all loan problems or determine loan reallocations.
  • Coordinate the reconciliation of all federal direct loan disbursements and alternative loan disbursements to COD and the Business Office on a monthly basis.
  • Update the entrance interview requirements in Banner.
  • Coordinate the exit interview information for students. Develop and maintain procedures for loan processing.
  • Complete verification on student financial aid packages as required.
  • Prepare reports and surveys as required including FISAP, IPEDs, etc. Serve as Financial Aid Office Banner functional administrator.
  • Complete Banner New Year Roll and prepare SQL reports as needed.
  • Responsible for state loan program including teacher loans and SC Student Loan Corporation.
  • Conduct workshops on financial aid for local high schools and organizations as requested. Conduct workshops on financial aid during fall and spring visitation days to prospective students and parents (undergraduate and pharmacy).
  • Package awards for prospective and returning students.

 

Experience and Education:  

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university required. At least three years of experience in financial aid. Considerable knowledge of policies, procedures and practices for administering financial aid programs. Working knowledge of Banner required—functional administration preferred. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written skills. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Ability to quickly establish and maintain rapport with prospective students and families, current student body and parents, and faculty/staff.  Ability to manage multiple projects with time-sensitive deadlines while maintaining excellent, personalized financial aid service to parents, students, and faculty/staff. Ability to diffuse difficult or emotional situations with students and/or parents.

Apply:

Send a cover letter, resume, and the names and direct contact information for three professional references. Please send materials to Barbara Fayad, Vice President for Human Resources and Title IX, Presbyterian College, 503 South Broad Street, Clinton, SC 29325. Electronic submissions of application materials are encouraged and should be sent to hr@presby.edu . Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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.

Carpenter

Reporting to the Craftsman Supervisor, installs, maintains and repairs building hardware, including but not limited to doors, windows, floors, walls, and ceilings, adhering to accepted procedures and techniques of the carpenter trade.

Functions:

  • Install, maintain, and repair doors, door hardware, windows, window hardware, floors, walls, ceilings, partitions, office equipment/furniture, classroom fixtures/equipment, lab fixtures/equipment and athletic fixtures/equipment.
  • Repairs existing structures per supervisor request.
  • Inspects work site to determine materials, equipment, tool requirements and methods to be used.
  • Plans, layout, assembles and installs materials, equipment, and fixtures as required by the scope of work.
  • Responds to departmental request which includes, but are not limited to securing office equipment, hanging pictures and installing shelves.
  • Transport materials, tools, and equipment to the work site.
  • Performs a variety of other skilled and unskilled tasks in support of the Campus Services department as needed.

Essential Skills:

  • Ability to perform detailed work.
  • Ability to work as a team member.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions of the trade.
  • Ability to follow high standards.
  • Knowledge of Carpenter principles and their application to maintenance, installation and repair.
  • Knowledge of residential, commercial or heavy construction trade techniques such as; concrete framework, rough framing, exterior/interior trim work, and case or fixture work.
  • Skill in the use and maintenance of hand and power tools and equipment. Skill in the interpretation of blueprints.

Required education, Licensure, Certification, Registration or Other Requirements:

  • Skill normally attributed to a Journeyman Carpenter who has completed a recognized apprenticeship or vocational program.
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Valid South Carolina Driver’s License

Working Conditions:

Physical effort required involving long periods of reaching overhead, stooping, bending and standing with routine discomfort from exposure to less-than-optimal temperature and air condition; may be exposed to heights, electrical power and hazardous conditions; protective equipment and clothing may

be required; may work weekend, evening and holiday hours; travel between buildings on campus and to other campuses; lifting and carrying objects up to 50 lbs.

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

The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Coordinator of Academic Success

Department:  Academic Affairs
Reports to: Director of Academic Success and Retention
Supervisory Responsibilities: Peer Tutors (work-study)
Employment Status:  12-month, full-time

Position Summary:

The Coordinator of Academic Successplans, organizes, and implements academic support services for the College of Arts & Sciences in support of student success and retention initiatives. The Coordinator for Academic Success reports to the Director of Academic Success and Retention, but she/he also works closely with the Registrar and the Athletic Tutoring Coordinator.

Responsibilities: 

  • Coordinate interventions with students who are at-risk of non-persistence due to academic difficulties.
  • Implement a schedule of individual meetings with students who are on academic probation to monitor their progress and refer them to campus resources throughout the semester.
  • Participate in freshman orientation programming. Work with the orientation coordinator and faculty to create an intentional program during orientation that supports new student transition and success.
  • Communicate and work with advisors regarding at-risk students to include receiving regular reports of students missing classes.
  • Participate in efforts to define and implement effective retention strategies for undergraduate students.
  • Participate as an active member of PC CARES group to identify possible students at-risk for non-persistence and establish action plans to intervene when necessary.
  • Encourage and receive referrals from faculty and other campus staff about students who are having difficulties either academically, socially, or personally. Coordinate appropriate interventions with these students utilizing campus resources.
  • Oversee the peer tutor program for non-athletes, a program that has common developmental objectives regardless of academic discipline.
    • Collaborate with the Director, as well as individual faculty members, to identify both students who need assistance and potential peer tutors.
    • Work with the Office of Financial Aid to determine peer tutor work-study eligibility.
    • Recruit, train, guide, support, and supervise peer tutors.
    • Coordinate scheduling of tutoring appointments and group help sessions, including informing the campus as appropriate and maintaining attendance and peer tutor records.
    • Develop the Peer Assisted Study Session (PASS) program, and evaluate needs related to academic assistance on high-risk courses.
    • Assess peer tutoring efforts, PASS, and sessions and use assessments to evaluate and modify as appropriate academic support programming and resources.
  • Support the work of the Director in providing programs and services to promote effective learning and study skills.
    • Enhance the College’s Starfish retention software platform, maximizing student, staff, and faculty participation.
    • Assist the Director in developing and providing regular programming for students on issues that impact retention, including study skills, time management, and development of priorities and balance in academics and socializing.
    • Intervene as appropriate with at-risk students, including students on academic probation.
    • Support assessment of services provided for academic support and use assessments to evaluate and modify as appropriate academic support programming and resources.
    • Coordinate and implement calendar of activities, support services, and programming for first-generation college students (First Scholars)
    • Maintain website information for Academic Success Office.
  • Distribute and acquire applications for disability accommodations and (with student approval) notify professors about students’ academic accommodations.
    • Act as contact point for questions regarding the application process.
    • Provide applications from students to Coordinator of Disability Support Services and transmit information from the Coordinator of Disability Support Services to students and faculty as appropriate.
    • Maintain all records on applications, including registration forms, supporting documents, and accommodation letters.
  • Develop procedures for faculty and students to secure alternative, monitored testing sites across campus.
  • Assist with providing proctored testing for students with approved accommodations or other needs.
  • Ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations in addressing student issues.
  • Assist the Director in creating and promoting programming and services of Academic Success Office through collaboration with Office of Marketing, use of social media, and other electronic forms of communication with students, faculty, and staff.
  • Participate in professional organizations, conferences, meetings, and activities in support of academic success and retention.
  • Work with the Director to prepare monthly updates, end-of-semester reports, and annual reports on retention and academic success for the Dean of Academic Programs.
  • Assist the Director of Academic Success and Retention, assuming other duties as assigned.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Education, Psychology or other appropriate field. Master’s degree preferred.
  • One year of experience in a higher education setting, preferably working on issues of academic success and/or retention.
  • Ability to analyze and synthesize quantitative and qualitative data, with experience using statistical platforms.
  • Commitment to student success, with particular focus on and appreciation of culturally diverse student populations.
  • Strong communication and organizational skills, with particular focus on designing presentation materials and giving oral presentations in group settings for a variety of audiences.
  • Strong coordination skills, with particular focus on building relationships with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Strong computer skills and demonstrated ability to use technology, including Microsoft Office Suite, student information systems (Banner/Ellucian preferred), Google tools (email, calendar, drive, and forms), retention software (Starfish preferred), etc.
  • Ability to maintain confidential information and work processes, with particular focus on independent action, flexibility, and adaptability in completing tasks.

To Apply:

If interested, please send electronically a letter of application, vitae or resume, unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and contact information for three professional references whom we may call regarding your application to Human Resources at hr@presby.edu  or mail application to Office of Human Resources,Presbyterian College, 503 S. Broad St., 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.

Director of Church Relations

Position Summary:

Responsible for building and directing all aspects of a comprehensive church relations program that includes outreach and visibility, student recruitment, service to congregations, and resource development.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  
Outreach and Visibility

  • Develop and maintain contacts with PC (USA) churches and presbyteries.
  • Create new church connections within other denominations.
  • Ensure College representation at appropriate denominational events (presbytery, synod, General Assembly, and Triennium)
  • In cooperation with Communications, Advancement, and Admissions, lead efforts to produce materials for churches (newsletters, fact sheets, e-communication, etc.)
  • Work with appropriate external faith-based groups (FCA, youth groups, etc.) to schedule on campus events.
  • Speak and/or present at connected churches
  • Develop and oversee Church Relations Advisory Board

Student Recruitment

  • Call on church professionals and make presentations to church groups to educate about Presbyterian College, and to encourage prospective students on campus visits, application, and admission to PC
  • Work with Admissions to assure a PC recruiting presence in church related programming for high school students.
  • Bring “good fit” groups of students to campus.

Service to Churches

  • Develop programs designed to bring clergy, laity and youth to campus for meaningful experiences, including Youth Day.
  • Identify and market potential College speakers and resources for church audiences
  • Coordinate with campus departments to encourage facility usage (session retreats, ministry group meetings)

Stewardship & Resource Development

  • Working with Advancement, assist in conducting special events for various college constituencies
  • Working with Advancement, research and secure financial resources from church-related grants and mission funding for PC scholarships and programs.
  • Nurture & steward individual relationships with PC alumni (both church professionals and congregation)

Qualifications, Skills, and Knowledge:  

  • Bachelor’s degree is required
  • Experience working in or with a church community (preferably a church community part of the Presbyterian (USA))
  • Ability to work well with adolescents
  • Demonstrated experience in oral and written communication.
  • Ability to take initiative and offer innovative solutions.
  • Possess excellent interpersonal skills and developing collaborative relationships.
  • Ability and willingness to travel extensively, both weekdays and weekends

To Apply:

If interested, will you please send electronically a letter of application, vitae or resume, unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and contact information for three professional references whom we may call regarding your application to  Human Resources at hr@presby.edu  or mail application to Office of Human Resources, Presbyterian College, 503 S. Broad St., 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.

Director of Advancement Services

Purpose of Position:

Coordinates and facilitates the College’s mission in the areas of advancement services, gift management, donor stewardship, stakeholder relations, research and other assignments as deemed appropriate by the Vice President for Advancement. The Director works closely with the VP of Advancement, Major Gift Officers, Finance Department, and members of the Advancement and Marketing departments to ensure accurate recording, and distribution of gifts, IRS and CASE compliance, and donor satisfaction.

The Director oversees the daily operations of Advancement Services, managing all donation processing, receipting, and pledge management activity. Manages daily workflow, monthly financial reporting, data integrity and other duties as assigned by the VP for Advancement.

Financial and Reporting Functions:

  1. Establishes and documents departmental policies and procedures and updates the department’s manuals describing donations processing policies, procedures, systems and taxation rules and regulations.
  2. Implements training programs and administrative systems for gift processing and management.
  3. Ensures that all IRS guidelines pertaining to the processing and receipting of donations are met. Serves as departmental expert on IRS guidelines and CASE reporting standards.
  4. Develops and implements best practices related to gift processing and capturing biographical information during gift entry process. Proactively identifies opportunities to consolidate work, centralize, automate, and increase accuracy.
  5. Working with Finance, drives pledge re-coding and pledge update projects. Oversees new Matching Gifts project. Oversees and systematizes new fund process.
  6. Responsible for the creation and compliance of endowment agreements and memoranda of understanding, ensuring that the agreement is within legal parameters and appropriately benefits the College through collaboration with the finance department and other stakeholders.
  7. Provides the President and VP with fundraising reports as requested.
  8. Review complex gifts to judge eligibility of non-standard gifts for acceptance.
  9. Manages bequest, trust, and life insurance gifts for accurate recording, stewardship, and distribution of proceeds.
  10. Manage and review coding and submission of monthly credit card statements.

Database Management:

  1. Facilitates access and coordinates training on the College’s fundraising database (Raiser’s Edge NXT) to other members of the College’s staff.
  2. Directs and maintains a comprehensive and accurate fundraising data base to include all alumni records and all past and prospective donors.
  3. Oversee the extraction and compilation of lists for appeals, campaigns, mailings, and event invitations.
  4. Import information into The Raiser’s Edge, including data appends, wealth information, appeals and constituent updates.
  5. Continuously monitor and improve data integrity.
  6. Manage BlackBaud Everydayhero pages. Ensure the seamless integration of gift and data to and from the Raiser’s Edge NXT and Everydayhero. Review pages periodically for updating and improvement. Implement page updates requested by Advancement colleagues.

Stewardship/Donor Relations:

  1. Review and audit all existing endowment agreements for compliance with laws, best practice, and functionality for the college.
  2. Responsible for tracking all endowments and reports earnings, award status, and use information to donors.
  3. Communicates donor wishes and requirements for all fund expenditures.
  4. Manage annual student thank you letter writing session.
  5. Assist in annual stewardship recognition events.
  6. Oversee gift acknowledgment process. Review and update materials periodically.
  7. Conduct other stewardship activities demonstrating the value and use of donor gifts in furtherance of the College’s mission as time allows.

Personnel Management:

  1. Manages daily workflow of the gift and stewardship coordinator to ensure quality of work performed. Builds capacity of staff to provide opportunities for increased responsibility and grow to the next knowledge level.
  2. Manage student workers with various cleanup, stewardship, and projects requested by other Advancement colleagues.

Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree required
  2. Experience in Blackbaud NXT preferred
  3. Ability to communicate effectively and bridge both technical and non-technical staff.
  4. A comprehensive understanding of Advancement Services as a functional area, including gift processing, stewardship, donor relations, customer service, prospect management, information security, and data maintenance.
  5. Data analysis skills as well as the ability to create documents, spreadsheets, timelines and reports
  6. Must have the ability to understand alumni and development database structures, development and management, including security auditing and host relationships.
  7. Knowledge of gift processing and stewardship policies and procedures, including IRS regulations.

To Apply:

If interested, please send electronically a letter of application, vitae or resume, unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and contact information for three professional references whom we may call regarding your application to Human Resources at hr@presby.edu  or mail application to Office of Human Resources, Presbyterian College, 503 S. Broad St., 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.

Office of Sponsored Projects – Director

The Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) is centralized and serves the research enterprise at Presbyterian College by ensuring the compliance with grantor requirements, ensuring training for those involved with grants, increasing the number of grants submitted, and ultimately increasing the number of students (undergraduate and graduate pharmacy) involved in faculty-directed extramurally funded research.

The Director of OSP will be responsible for all operations of the office, including tasks related to, but not limited to, grants and compliance at Presbyterian College.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee pre-award, post-award, and compliance duties
  • Retain centralized records of all proposals and awards
  • Collect of data for faculty and students, i.e. tracking publications, posters, talks, etc.
    • Student training research opportunities (i.e. Summer Fellows)
    • Number of grants submitted, funded, and classification of personnel on them (contract, consultant/mentor, PI, Co-PI/Co- investigator, etc)
    • Success rates of undergraduate student acceptance into graduate level programs, etc.
  • Remain current on policy changes regarding reporting requirements for various granting institutions
  • Ascertain the educational needs of faculty relating to grant support and provide training to faculty regarding proper procedures for submitting a grant
  • Search for faculty grant opportunities for federal and foundation grants
  • Maintain the OSP website, as well as grant management and compliance software
  • Work with Business Office to set up and manage grant accounts
  • Provide financial/progress reporting to agencies, principal investigators, and project directors
  • Compliance – Work with faculty and staff to ensure compliance with policies governing human subjects (IRB), animal subjects (IACUC), Biohazard/Chemical/rDNA, conflicts of interest, and research integrity

Required Skills:

  • Knowledge of policies from NIH and other major granting institutions as appropriate
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite programs
  • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal ability
  • Demonstrated aptitude for project management, coordination, and customer service

Minimum Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
  • At least 5 years of experience directly related to these duties

To apply send a cover letter, resume, and the names and direct contact information for three professional references to hr@presby.edu or mail information to Barbara Fayad, Vice President for Human Resources and Title IX, Presbyterian College, 503 South Broad Street, Clinton, SC 29325. Review of applications will begin immediately, and continue until the position is filled.

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.

Registrar's Office Administrative Assistant

Job Purpose:

Manage academic records for all current and former students.  Assist with daily operations of the office.  Assure prompt, thorough and accurate response to requests received via mail, email and fax, and/or in person.  Maintain open lines of communication between offices on campus and outside sources such as SLED background checks and Clearinghouse reporting.

Essential Job Functions:  

  • Ensure accuracy and security of student academic records by developing procedures in accordance with FERPA regulations, University policies and standard records management practices, and review daily proof reports of updates and changes to student records to ensure accuracy and compliance with policy.
  • Provide high quality service to campus constituencies by producing timely and accurate transcripts, verifications of student enrollments/degrees, data reports, and other student information, and interpret, explain, and enforce academic policies and procedures to students, faculty, staff, and parents.
  • Ensure the security and protection of a variety of records from damage and unauthorized use by establishing and enforcing security procedures for all paper and electronic records.
  • Oversee support services to students such as the processing of withdrawals, cancellations, instructor drops, prerequisite drops, major/minor declarations, advisor changes, transcript requests, degree/enrollment verifications, address changes, transient permission forms.
  • Maintain accurate files on all students. Scan all documents to electronic files.
  • Assist with all Commencement activities and ceremonies.
  • Assist the Registrar, assuming other duties as assigned. Contribute to the overall success of the Office of the Registrar by performing all other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications, Knowledge, and Skills:  

  • Strong communication and organization skills, with particular focus on attention to detail.
  • Ability to maintain confidential information and work processes, with particular focus on independent action, limited supervision and flexibility in completing tasks.
  • Ability to effectively identify and resolve problems in a rapidly changing environment, and move from job to job with ease and multiple interruptions throughout the day.
  • Strong computer skills and demonstrated ability to use technology. Daily programs used are Banner/Bannerweb, Degree Works, ARGOS, Starfish, Scandox, National Student Clearinghouse.
  • High School diploma required, additional educational experience preferred.

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 Office Manager

Position Summary:

Our busy academic department is looking for a self-motivated office and operations professional with relevant practical administration experience and office assistance exposure. A well-organized Office Manager to address the day to day operations and a detail oriented individual who exemplifies professionalism, and an ability to manage multiple projects. The Office Manager will be responsible for developing intra-office communication protocols, streamlining administrative procedures, inventory control, office staff supervision and task delegation. Demonstrated history of efficient administration, while facilitating innovative and efficient solutions to various business operational issues. Highlighted leadership qualities and the ability to work with people from numerous backgrounds, while promoting team values.

Reporting Relationships:

This person reports to the OTD Program Director.

Job Duties:

  • Receptionist Duties: Manage outer office, communicating and interacting effectively with visitors, students, faculty, and staff; serve as receptionist, answering telephones, greeting guests, etc.Organize and schedule meetings and appointments
  • Communication with Students: Communicate with students to advise them of necessary requirements and related areas of the academic
  • Maintain contact lists
  • Office Correspondence: Prepare office correspondence and reports, including typing, proofing, and in some cases, drafting as directed
  • Calendars: Manage the calendar of the Director, including scheduling appointments, scheduling meeting rooms, and receiving guests upon arrival; take initiative to alert the Director if meetings are running over schedule
  • Office Files: Establish and maintain files required by the office to include confidential reports, sensitive health information, etc., for students
  • Travel: Coordinate travel plans for the Director as required, ensuring pre- and post-travel Travel-and-Entertainment forms are completed and submitted for approval/payment
  • Submit and reconcile expense reports
  • Provide information by answering questions and requests
  • Implement and coordinate completed teaching evaluations
  • Handle multiple projects
  • Prepare and monitor invoices
  • Order (office and Clinical) equipment and supplies as needed (with Program Director’s approval)
  • Develop administrative staff by providing information, educational opportunities and experiential growth opportunities as well as manage staff appointments
  • Ensure operation of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; calling for repairs; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment and techniques
  • Maintain supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; and establishing personal networks
  • Carry out administrative duties such as filing, typing, copying, binding, scanning etc.
  • Book conference calls, rooms, taxis, couriers, hotels etc. for visitors, accreditors, faculty/staff as needed.
  • Mail: Collect and distribute all mail and interoffice correspondence for the office; prepare periodic bulk mailings as required
  • Budget: Assist in the management of the office budget as requested; prepare budget-related forms for the office as required (Expenditure Approval Request, etc.); assist the Director in managing credit card receipts and statements as requested; assist the Director in managing and tracking the instructional supplies budgets for all courses
  • Maintain computer and manual filing systems
  • Meetings: Assist the Director in preparing for office and committee meetings, scheduling meeting locations, sending out invitations to participants, attending meetings if required, and recording minutes as requested (Faculty/Staff, Advisory, etc.)
  • Coordinate office procedures with all faculty and staff involved
  • Reply to email, telephone or face to face enquiries
  • Develop and update administrative systems to make them more efficient
  • Resolve administrative issues
  • Oversee and supervise the work of junior staff
  • Maintain up-to-date employee records
  • Coordinate contracts and repairs to office equipment
  • Building Maintenance: Coordinate maintenance issues with the building manager and/or campus services
  • Events: Assist the Director in preparations/planning for office-sponsored events
  • Reports: Assist in the development of reports with the school’s accreditation process and the annual report as well as assessment and other reports. (College Administration, Accreditation, and Institutional Effectiveness)
  • Academic Calendar: Coordinate the academic calendar with other college offices
  • New Faculty Support: provide support services for new faculty
  • Student Withdrawals & Leaves of Absence: assist Director and students in completion of necessary paperwork; notify other campus departments and faculty of such actions
  • Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed
  • Handle sensitive information in a confidential manner

Other:  

  • Campus-Wide Coordination: Coordinate assignments with other offices as needed
  • Initiative: Anticipate office work to be done and take the initiative to address it.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the program Director

Qualifications:  

  • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work
  • Attention to detail and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational and planning skills
  • Professionalism and Confidentiality
  • Reporting and Analysis Skills
  • Supply Management and Inventory Control
  • Telephone Skills
  • Teamwork and Patience
  • Discretion and Judgment
  • Proficient in MS Office
  • Admin or assistant experience preferred
  • High school diploma or equivalent; college degree preferred

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 / Associate Director of Admission

Position Reports to: Director of Undergraduate Admission

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the director of admission, the assistant/associate director of admission will provide leadership, mentoring, support and training to other members of the recruitment team. This individual will also manage a regional territory and oversee additional initiatives, including management of staff, athletic recruitment, transfer admission, and/or international student recruitment. The assistant/associate director will serve as a key member of the enrollment management team to help foster dialogue and communication between the recruitment, marketing, operations and event divisions.

Duties and Responsibilities:  

  • Oversee one or more specialized recruitment initiatives (athletic, international, and/or transfer recruitment)
  • Develop and provide training to admission counselors in effective territory management and other recruitment activities
  • Plan and execute travel to high schools, college fairs and other recruitment events in an assigned regional territory
  • Participate in visit programs, yield events and other special events
  • Provide engaging information sessions
  • Implement specific strategies for generating applications, completing applications and enrolling students
  • Thoroughly evaluate applications and make appropriate decisions
  • Collaborate with director of admission to develop to coordinate smart, creative, effective, and efficient recruitment strategies to stabilize existing markets and grow new markets
  • Collect and utilize data to measure impact and engagement recruitment strategies
  • Positively and professionally represent the College at all times
  • Participate in staff trainings, team building activities, on campus programming, and professional committees

Qualifications:  

  • Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably from a liberal arts institution
  • Three years of progressive experience in a fast-past environment, preferably college admission
  • Must have superior written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills, group presentation skills, and a proven ability to work with diverse constituencies
  • Must have a thorough knowledge of admission software (prior experience with Slate CRM is preferred)
  • Ability to work under tight deadlines and manage multiple priorities simultaneously
  • Demonstrated analytical skills and an understanding of the importance of using data to make decisions
  • Strong work ethic and creative initiative
  • Adept at following and adapting to ever-changing procedures and processes

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.

Undergraduate Admission Counselor

Position Summary:

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. The undergraduate admission counselor will also 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:  

  • 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 the message 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 orientated
  • Diplomatic and possess exceptional written and oral communication skills and group presentation skills
  • Critical thinker with advanced problem-solving capabilities, creativity, and strong work ethic.
  • Proven ability to work with diverse constituencies
  • 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

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

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Responsible for recruiting, managing, and scheduling, training and leading the Presbyterian College Women’s Lacrosse program within the Department of Athletics.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coach intercollegiate sport.
  • Encourage and promote excellence in academics from student athletes.
  • Prepare scheduling of home and away matches, team practices, meetings and study hall.
  • Coordinate and align a competitive schedule within and outside the conference.
  • Hire, supervise and evaluate coaches, managers and other auxiliary personnel, if applicable.
  • Plan, organize, and administer all aspects of program.
  • Plan, organize, order and purchase equipment, supplies, uniforms, and shoes.
  • Arrange or supervise arrangement of trips for all away matches.
  • Supervise all aspects of hosting home matches.
  • Prepare and operate within the program operational and scholarship budgets.
  • Council, advise, mentor, and discipline student athletes.
  • Supervise and monitor student athletes during practice, competition, and travel.
  • Plan and direct recruiting program for student athletes.
  • Engage in public relations activities, fund raising and promote program with the alumni, general public, community and media.
  • Operate within the NCAA, BSC and PC policies and rules.
  • Periodically attend faculty and college meetings and events.
  • Volunteer at least once per semester in college/community service projects.
  • Continue to develop positive relationships among players, staff and faculty.
  • Provide leadership that promotes positive attitudes and good sportsmanship.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics.

Position:         

  • Fulltime
  • Supervises: Assistant Coach, other staff and student workers, if applicable.
  • Supervisor: Director of Athletics

Application:

To apply, submit a cover letter, CV/Resume and contact information for 3 professional 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. Posting will remain open until filled.

The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Assistant Athletic Trainer

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

Description:

The Presbyterian College Sports Medicine Department is looking to fill an immediate opening for an Assistant Athletic Trainer. This position would provide coverage for the Men’s Basketball and Women’s Golf teams.  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.

Contact:

Send cover letter, resume, and at least three references to contact below via 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)

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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 Science Positions

Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program Director of Clinical Education (DCE)

The DCE’s primary responsibilities involve the coordination of the academic and clinical faculty to:

  1. Develop, monitor, and refine the clinical education component as part of the curriculum (including Level 1, Level 2, and Doctoral experiences),
  2. Ensure quality student-centered learning experiences during clinical education,
  3. Evaluation of student performance and their ability to integrate didactic and clinic experiences and progress within the curriculum,
  4. Educate students, clinical and academic faculty about clinical education as it relates to legal, ethical, and academic issues (both knowledge and skill),
  5. Ensure that the clinical education environment demonstrates characteristics of evidenced-based patient management, professional behavior, and while remaining current on trends and policy related to care, and
  6. Ensure that the clinical education program maximizes the available resources.

The DCE holds an academic faculty appointment and has administrative, academic, service, and scholarship responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the academic program. The DCE serves as a liaison between the occupational therapy program and the clinical education sites. Included is the responsibility for the establishment of clinical site and clinical faculty standards (in conjunction with faculty), implementation, selection, and evaluation of clinical sites. They foster the ongoing development of clinical education sites and their faculty.

DCE Position Responsibilities:

Administrative Responsibilites as the Clinical Education Director:

  1. Leads the Clinical Education Committee made up of faculty from the department and college.
  2. Develops, implements, and monitors adherence to policy and procedures for the clinical education component of the curriculum. Develops criteria and procedures for clinical site selection, utilization, and assessment. Establishes an adequate number of clinical education sites relative to quality, quantity, and diversity of learning experiences to meet the educational needs of students and the academic program, and the philosophy and outcomes of the program. Oversees the development and maintenance of clinical education sites.
  3. Develops and coordinates the academic program’s evaluation process for the clinical education component.  Develops, reviews, and revises instruments as needed.  Reviews and records student evaluations from clinical instructors and determines the final grade for all clinical education courses in the curriculum.
  4. Plans, implements, and evaluates the academic program’s clinical education component, including scheduling and alternative approaches to student supervision, in collaboration with the Program Director, academic faculty, clinical faculty, and student.
  5. Provides ongoing communication/education with clinical educators at each clinical education site to include:
    1. philosophy of the academic program
    2. academic program curriculum
    3. policy and procedures of the academic program pertaining to clinical education
    4. academic program’s clinical experience learning objectives
    5. current materials required for accreditation
    6. contract negotiations as needed
    7. coordinating clinical assignments
    8. clinical faculty development opportunities including educational seminars and faculty availability as a resource in their areas of expertise.
  6. Assists with development of clinical site goals and objectives as needed to meet the accreditation requirements for the program.
  7. Responsible for placement, supervision of and communication with students while on clinical experiences.
  8. Monitors the academic performance of students to ensure they meet criteria for successfully completing clinical learning experiences. Reports to Program Director and faculty on performance of students in clinical education as well as clinical site/faculty performance in clinical experiences.
  9. In conjunction with student advisors, communicates and oversees communication with clinical educators and students to monitor progress and assess student performance.  Provides guidance and support as required.
  10. Along with faculty advisors, conducts periodic and or impromptu visits/communication to clinical education sites, students, and clinical faculty as needed to problem solve, support, and discuss pertinent issues with student(s), clinical instructor, and/or center coordinator of clinical education or to provide clinical educator/education site development.
  11. Evaluates each clinical education site through student feedback, on-site visits, and ongoing communications and routinely shares this information with academic and clinical faculty.  Provides feedback to clinical educators concerning their effectiveness in delivering clinical learning experiences based on student feedback and through direct observations.
  12. Develops remedial experiences for students if necessary.  Confers with the appropriate faculty (clinical and academic), the Program Director and other appropriate individuals (e.g., counseling staff) where applicable.
  13. Supports and assists clinical faculty in performing their clinical education responsibilities. Encourages, assists, and monitors clinical education sites in the development process as  needed, and fosters clinical site development through ongoing evaluation and assessment of strengths and areas needing further development or action (e.g., in service training, discontinuing student placements). Promotes and assists in clinical faculty development in collaboration with the Fieldwork Supervisor.
  14. Participates in the preparation of accreditation documentation and outcome performance assessment of students in the occupational therapy program.

Academic Responsibilities as the DCE:

  1. Coordinate and teach clinical education courses and other related course content based on areas of content and clinical expertise.
  2. Directs effort and attention to teaching and learning processes used throughout the curriculum.
    1. collecting and organizing pertinent information from clinical sites and students and disseminating this information to faculty during curricular review processes in a timely manner.
    2. periodically presents special reports for faculty on student progress in clinical education from student and clinical site feedback
    3. keeping faculty informed about the clinical education program, pertinent policies and procedures, and changes influenced by accreditation.
  3. Provides direct input into curriculum design, review, and revision processes by:
  4. Participates in academic program meetings and institution governance.
  5. Assists the Program Director in the development of a program budget by providing input on items related to the clinical education program.  Manage fiscal allocations budgeted for clinical education
  6. Assumes responsibility for professional development to participate in and enhance teaching, delivery of occupational therapy services, and scholarly development, as available.
  7. Functions as a faculty member in other job responsibilities as delegated by the Program Director.
  8. Monitors the changing health care delivery system and advises Program Director and faculty of changing trends and potential impact on student enrollment, instruction, curriculum design, and clinical education.
  9. Participates in regional, state, and national clinical education forums, clinical education related activities, and programs designed to foster clinical education
  10. Participates in regional clinical education consortia, where feasible for personal learning and to foster clinical education of others.
  11. Assigns all final grades for clinical education/doctoral experiences.

Professional Behaviors:

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

Other:

Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

Reporting Relationships:

This person reports to the OTD Program Director.

Minimum Requirements:

  1. Doctoral Degree required in Occupational Therapy or related field of study.
  2. National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy
  3. State Licensure
  4. 3-5 years’ experience as an Occupational Therapist in a clinical practice setting.

Preferred Requirements:

  1. Teaching experience
  2. Student interaction as clinical instructor or coordinator experience

To Apply:

Send electronically a letter of application, vitae or resume, unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and contact information for three professional references whom we may call regarding your application to Human Resources at hr@presby.edu or mail application to Office of Human Resources, Presbyterian College, 503 S. Broad St., 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.

Physicians Assistant Studies: Metrics Analyst / Academic Informaticist

Position Reports to the Program Director, Physician Assistant Program.

The Metrics Analyst / Academic Informaticist is responsible for collecting, formatting, managing, and presenting quality data under the guidance of the Program Director.  The successful candidate will turn data into information, information into insight, and insight into business decisions.

The Metrics Analyst / Academic Informaticist responsibilities include conducting full lifecycle data mining analysis to include: requirement identification, analytical design, trend analysis, quantitative and qualitative analysis, performance metrics, documentation, and presentations.  Strong communication skills are required.  The ideal candidate will have experience creating formats for the display of data, familiarity with the programs (including Microsoft Excel among others) used to manipulate data, and experience with common basic statistical analysis methodologies.  Tasks require a strong attention to detail and ability to deliver information with high integrity.

This individual should have strong data analytics background and an in-depth understanding of data manipulation using various reporting techniques and software solutions.  The successful candidate should have a general understanding of Windows operating systems and network protocols.

Essential Functions:

  1. Interpret data, analyze results using statistical techniques and provide ongoing reports
  2. Develop and implement databases, data collection systems, data analytics and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and quality
  3. Acquire data from primary or secondary data sources and maintain databases/data systems
  4. Identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets
  5. Filter and “clean” data by reviewing computer reports/systems, printouts, and performance indicators to locate and correct data problems
  6. Work with program faculty and administration to prioritize business and information needs
  7. Locate and define new process improvement opportunities
  8. Identify valuable data sources and automate collection processes
  9. Undertake preprocessing of structured and unstructured data
  10. Analyze large amounts of information to discover trends and patterns
  11. Build predictive models and machine-learning algorithms
  12. Present information using data visualization techniques
  13. Propose solutions and strategies to business challenges
  14. Collaborate with multiple teams within the College
  15. Develop a strong understanding of the Centralized Application Service for Physician Assistants (CASPA), and with the Admissions Coordinator and Director of Admissions, develop and maintain a detailed understanding for the data that are available in the repository, how to create meaningful reports from it, and how to best manipulate it in order to achieve the goals of the PA Program.
  16. Develop a strong understanding of the ARC-PA reporting requirements for the Physician Assistant program.
  17. Lead the analytical and data mining efforts to perform analysis on: student testing, course evaluations, remediation metrics, and other longitudinal analysis required for the Physician Assistant accreditation process.
  18. Responsible for all aspects of data mining and reporting of the ARC-PA accreditation processes and standards related to the analytics of the PA program.
  19. Provides input to Physician Assistant Program Director and the faculty in designing, implementing, coordinating and evaluating the curriculum and the students.

The Essential functions are intended to be examples of duties and are not intended to be all-inclusive. There may be other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  1. BS in Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science, Information Management, Statistics or another relevant field.
  2. Technical expertise regarding data models, database design development, data mining and segmentation techniques
  3. Extremely strong knowledge of statistics and experience using statistical packages for analyzing datasets [Excel (including use of macros), SPSS, SAS etc]
  4. Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy
  5. Adept at queries, report writing, and presenting findings
  6. Very strong skills in presentation tools such as PowerPoint
  7. The ability to give presentations to faculty, accreditation agency visitors, and others
  8. Excellent interpersonal skills
  9. Strong critical thinking, organization, and problem-solving skills
  10. Proficient written and verbal language skills

Preferences:

  1. Master’s or Doctoral degree in Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science, Information Management or Statistics
  2. 2+ years’ experience, especially in an academic or other related educational setting
  3. Educational assessment experience
  4. Academic informatics background
  5. The ability to give presentations to faculty, accreditation agency visitors, and others
  6. Excellent interpersonal skills
  7. Strong critical thinking, organization, and problem-solving skills
  8. Proficient written and verbal language skills

How to Apply:

Applicants should send a cover letter of application that outlines your qualifications for the position and interest in leading an OTD program, a comprehensive CV, and the names and direct contact information for three professional references. References will not be contacted without direct permission of the candidate. Please send materials to Barbara Fayad, Vice President for Human Resources and Title IX, Presbyterian College, 503 South Broad Street, Clinton, SC 29325. Electronic submissions of application materials are encouraged and should be sent to hr@presby.edu. Review of applications will begin March 15, 2018, and continue until the position is filled.

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.

School of Pharmacy Positions