Human Resources

Administrative Position Vacancies

All Positions Pending AY 14-15 Budget Approval

Unless otherwise specified, to apply, submit resume, cover letter and the names of three references to the following address:

Saint Peter’s University
Office of Human Resources
121 Glenwood Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
hrdept@saintpeters.edu

EEO/AA Statement:
Saint Peter’s University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution with a strong commitment to diversity.

We do not acknowledge receipt of applications. Position vacancies are as follows:


Media Services Technician

posted 7/6/2015
Responsible for providing exceptional support and services to all clients in events, classrooms and labs. This includes, but is not limited to proactive maintenance, planning, delivery, set‐up, operation and retrieval of audio‐visual equipment while following all media services and university policies and procedures.

Education/Experience: Associate’s Degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two year college or technical school (Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred). One to three years of related audio‐visual experience within Higher Education.

Position Requirements: Position hours: Monday ‐ Friday from 11 am until 7 pm. Ability to work nights and weekends along with on‐call availability. Ability to carry boxes of supplies and/or equipment between 25‐50 pounds. Working closely with the University Help Desk personnel and providing assistance with technology support as needed.

Interested applicants may fill out an application in the Office  of Human Resources, 121 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306 or submit a resume by email tohrdept@saintpeters.edu. Review of applicants will begin  immediately and will continue until the position is filled. We do not acknowledge  the receipt of applications. Saint Peter’s University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


Web Director

posted 6/16/2015

Summary Description:

As the University’s principal Web architect, the Director provides leadership and oversight for planning and development of the Saint Peter’s University online presence. The Director will work with Department Chairs in improving our web presence to enhance our overall brand and specific program(s) value.  The position will look to consistently improve usability and provide creative plan on the Web that supports the University’s mission, image, and strategic vision. A successful candidate will have highly effective interpersonal and communication skills necessary to interact with all members of the campus community, including a wide range of technical skills which includes understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. We are seeking someone with strong graphics, design and Photoshop skills who also thinks digitally and excels at user interface design and content development. The director will provide leadership in the integration of interactive advertising with our Website and will ensure that web related policies and practices promote consistently high quality, professional content and user-centric design.

Description of Duties and Responsibilities:

This position will direct Web approaches to navigation, copy, graphics, videos, pictures and microsites.

The Director will provide leadership in interactive marketing and Google Analytics.

The Director will work to develop and execute e-marketing campaigns, which may involve e-newsletters, online advertisements, custom landing pages, Google display ads, social media promotions, etc.

In addition to website responsibilities, the Director will oversee the design and content on the digital messaging LED Billboard.

The Director will liaison with IT technical support to implement Web design projects.

The Director performs other related duties as assigned.

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. College degree with emphasis in web/graphic design or work equivalent preferred.  A minimum of six years professional experience in Web development and design is required.

Other requirements include:

The ability to conceptualize, articulate, design and execute strategic direction for the Web; experience working with a CMS Word Press; a demonstrated understanding of best practices regarding usability, user-centric design, accessibility, search engine optimization, and coding standards; experience with HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Flash, Dreamweaver, Google Analytics; solid understanding of cross-browser/platform issues and code solutions; ability to analyze web traffic data and prepare reports highlighting key information, trends and opportunities; the ability to research solutions to technical problems; the ability to communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical team members; enthusiasm for learning and developing new skills and a willingness to stay abreast of emerging technologies; and strong written, verbal and visual communication skills; work experience in a higher education environment preferred; interactive marketing experience preferred.

Interested applicants may submit a resume to the Office of Human Resources, 121 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City, NJ  07306, or by email to hrdept@saintpeters.edu.  Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Saint Peter’s University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


Executive Director, Center for Career Engagement and Experiential Learning (CEEL)

posted 6/15/2015

General Description:

The Executive Director for the Center for Career Engagement and Experiential Learning (CEEL) is responsible for the development of short- and long-term planning, budget oversight, personnel management, reporting and assessment. The Executive Director builds upon faculty and academic department relations in order to support curriculum initiatives that promote experiential learning and career preparedness. The Executive Director works with the Advancement Office to foster collaborations with alumni; create professional advisory boards; and generate new sources of funding for programming, career development initiatives, and students working in unpaid internships. The Executive Director manages the ongoing collection of data and produces annual reports in collaboration with the Office of Institutional Research including post-graduation outcomes statistics. The Executive Director creates and implements marketing and programming plans for the Center and the effective use of technology. The Executive Director has a designated but manageable student advisement caseload. The Executive Director for the Center for Career Engagement and Experiential Learning (CEEL) reports directly to the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs & Assessment.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Relevant Master’s Degree; Doctoral degree preferred.
  • Five (5) to 10 years of experience in higher education administration, career development  and student advisement/counseling
  • Entrepreneurial, innovative and energetic leader
  • Excellent managerial and organizational skills
  • Superior interpersonal, customer-service and community relationship-building abilities
  • Proficiency in oral and written presentation and communication skills
  • Ability to collaborate and work effectively in a team
  • Extensive experience in the use of relevant technologies, particularly with respect to career development and management software products

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and at least 3 professional references along with their application.  Salary is commensurate with experience.  Cutoff date for accepting applications is July 1, 2015.


Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Operations

posted 6/11/2015

Summary Description:

The Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Operations reports to the Director of Athletics, serves as a member of the Department’s Senior Management team, is responsible for athletic fields maintenance, the management of athletic events, the coordination of athletic event set-up and breakdown and other duties as assigned.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Serves as the primary Game Administrator for all home intercollegiate contests
  • Serves as a member of department’s Senior Leadership Team
  • Serves as a Sport Administrator for selected varsity athletic teams
  • Oversee the set-up and breakdown of athletics contests in the Recreational Life Center (RLC) and at Jaroschak Field.
  • Ensure all Jaroschak playing fields are in proper playing condition.
  • Works closely with external vendor at Jaroschak Field as needed.
  • Schedules all events utilizing Jaroschak Field.
  • Works closely with Director of RLC and University maintenance vendor to ensure Athletic facilities are in good working order.
  • Monitors athletic facility repairs to ensure they are completed in a timely manner.
  • Oversees budgetary and financial details of athletics capital improvement projects
  • Responsible for locker rooms assignments of home and visiting teams.
  • Adherence to NCAA and MAAC rules and regulations.

Administrative responsibilities include:

  • Serves as liaison with university’s maintenance vendor
  • Serves as liaison with Hudson County Parks and Jersey City Departments of Recreation
  • Coordinates the assignment process of game officials for intercollegiate contests
  • Prepares payment requisitions for officials and event personnel
  • Engages in various strategic planning initiatives for all aspects of the department
  • Oversees the athletic department work-study program
  • Supervises and assigns event personnel
  • Assist with departmental fundraising, as assigned

REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. Extensive experience with knowledge of Division I intercollegiate athletics department operations required. Familiarity with policy issues concerning the administration of intercollegiate athletics and higher education preferred, including facility scheduling and event management expertise. Ability to direct and perform detailed work with accuracy under time pressures. Strong communication and interpersonal skills combined with the ability to interact with diverse groups and a willingness to work nights and weekends in support of scheduled events are required.  Experience with computer applications (Microsoft Office, etc.) also required.


Advancement Officer for Gift Stewardship

posted 6/5/2015

Summary Description:

Under the direction of the Assistant Vice President for Advancement, the Advancement Officer for Gift Stewardship will be responsible for supervising, creating, executing and overseeing a comprehensive donor acknowledgement, reporting and recognition program. The Officer will ensure that the University recognizes, appreciates, informs and engages current and prospective donors and volunteers in the life of the University.

Among the key responsibilities will be preparing stewardship and endowment reports, working in concert with Financial Aid to coordinate all donor-named scholarships, creating donor recognition opportunities and managing gift societies.  The Officer will also have a voice in the acknowledgement process to ensure donors get the appropriate level of attention.

Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and presentation skills are essential. In addition, the employee must be able to write compelling letters and reports as well as generate creative solutions for stewarding gifts in order to advance the University’s efforts to maintain and strengthen high-quality individual relationships with donors. This requires an ability to think strategically about donor engagement.

Description of Duties and Responsibilities:

  • In conjunction with the Records team, Finance and Financial Aid, manages all donor scholarships, including but not limited to: efficient and timely tracking of all funds and awards made; ensuring regular donor communication and reporting; liaising with Finance and Financial Aid to ensure proper stewardship and execution of all donor scholarships; planning intimate stewardship events; collaborating with Leadership Gift Officers on scholarship agreements; and interacting with scholarship recipients for thank you letters and event participation.
  • Develops systems to customize relationship management techniques for leadership-level donors, with particular oversight of the University’s “Top 50” VIP donors.  Works with Leadership Gift Officers to ensure these donors receive appropriate levels of stewardship reporting, recognition and guidance with respect to their interactions with the University.  This includes but is not limited to stewardship reports, correspondence from University leadership, gifts, birthday/holiday cards and personal remembrances.
  • Establishes program in collaboration with Annual Giving team to make gift societies, particularly the President’s Council, and recognition more relevant in donor activities (e.g. establish welcome packet for new members to gift society, create special recognition on Advancement website, etc.). Works with Advancement team to identify potential major gift prospects based on gift society levels.
  • Participates in a comprehensive and personalized acknowledgement process for the President’s Council in concert with the Annual Giving team. Manages development of thank-you letter content and implement quality controls to ensure letters are processed with no errors and any necessary tailoring or personalization occurs.
  • Prepares strategic congratulatory letters to prospects for special achievements; work with Leadership Gifts team to ensure cultivation potential is maximized.
  • Serves as a campus-wide resource for public recognition of donors in publications, electronic media and on signage. This includes working closely with University Communications to develop press releases, publications (including the Annual Report), donor profiles for the web, and press conferences as appropriate.
  • Oversees the annual Honor Roll of Donors project.
  • Oversees the process of writing and preparing campaign pledge reminders in collaboration with the Leadership Gifts and Records teams.
  • Provides oversight, in concert with the Alumni Engagement team, on special donor events such as the President’s Reception, groundbreakings, dedications, etc.
  • Responds to requests for information from key donor segments.
  • Tracks budget expenditures and projections for the Office for Gift Stewardship.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Assistant Vice President and / or Vice President for Advancement and External Affairs including but not limited to event staffing, writing duties or volunteer management.

Qualification Standards:

Bachelor’s degree is required. 2-5 years of professional fund-raising or related experience is preferred.  Driver’s license.

Other Considerations:

A personal vehicle is required, as well as a willingness to travel and work outside of normal business hours. Capital campaign experience is a plus.

Successful candidates must demonstrate skills and expertise in planning and decision making, communication, human relations, salesmanship, persistence and patience.  A high degree of initiative is expected along with strong organizational skills, attention to detail and the ability to identify and construct solutions.  Knowledge of the Raiser’s Edge software is a plus. Candidates should possess a commitment to the ideals of a Jesuit education.

THE UNIVERSITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE, ADD, OR REASSIGN JOB DUTIES OR COMBINE POSITIONS, OR PORTIONS THEREOF, AT ANYTIME.  THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT AN EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT.


Director of Athletics

posted 5/26/2015

Position Description:

The Director of Athletics is responsible for the overall administration and supervision of the Saint Peter’s University NCAA Division I athletics program which includes 19 men’s and women’s sports programs. The Department oversight includes assurance that all programs, coaches, staff, and student athletes are in compliance with the policies, rules, and regulations of Saint Peter’s University, the NCAA, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), and the Northeast Conference (NEC) for the women’s bowling team. This individual is also responsible for oversight of the athletic department budget and is directly involved with fundraising for the athletics program. The student centered Director is committed to the Jesuit/Catholic mission of the University, educational excellence, competitive success and integrity; and leads all coaches, staff, and student athletes to achieve these same goals. This position reports directly to the Provost who is the chief academic officer of the University and who also oversees student life and development.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Recruit and hire qualified mission centered coaches and staff. Evaluate and mentor all coaches and staff on an on‐going basis, and delegate specific responsibilities as appropriate to assure efficient and productive operation of all department functions and responsibilities Works with the Admissions Office on student recruitment.
  1. Oversee and manage all department budgets which include: central athletic administration, athletic training, sports information, and individual team budgets. Works with Provost in budgeting strategies and development.
  1. Responsible for the administration of the entire athletic program as well as all administrative, operational, and fundraising functions of the athletics department. Insures that all these responsibilities are carried out in the spirit of the mission of the University, and in accordance with all NCAA and MAAC policies and procedures.
  1. Overall responsibility for overseeing the University’s athletic facilities in collaboration with the Director of the Recreational Life Center and the Assistant Director of Athletics for Facilities. Additionally, works with the Provost and other appropriate administrators in long range planning and renovation of athletic facilities.
  1. Establish and maintain an environment in which student athletes are given the opportunity to have a positive, educational, and formative experience with a student centered approach. Promote and provide the student athletes with educational programs, academic and developmental assistance, as well as a voice through the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).
  1. Encourage and create an atmosphere of sportsmanship, professionalism, and respect among all staff, coaches, and student athletes within the department.
  2. Positively represent Saint Peter’s University which includes serving on various University committees, being an active member of the Student Life & Development division, and also serving on various NCAA and MAAC committees as deemed appropriate and necessary.
  1. Work with the Hudson County Parks and Recreation Department and the Jersey City Department of Recreation in collaborating usage of facilities.
  2. Maintain current practice of integrating athletics with all areas of the University and working in close collaboration with faculty, administrators, and staff.
  3. Serves as the primary fundraiser for the Athletics Department while working with the Office of Advancement and Provost with all fundraising efforts and possibilities.
  4. Performs other duties as assigned especially as they support the Jesuit and Catholic mission of Saint Peter’s University.
  5. Conducts and/or oversees required assessment activities, including the development of an annual implementation report that documents how assessment findings were used to improve programs or services and then linked to ongoing planning efforts to advance institutional effectiveness.

Major Qualification Standards:

Commitment and sensitivity to the needs and dynamics of a diverse student body .

Innovative and self‐motivated individual with the ability to work creatively to leverage and maximize limited resources.

Commitment  to the Jesuit and Catholic ideals that form the mission of Saint Peter’s University and willingness to integrate these ideals into all aspects of the Athletics Department.

Knowledge and understanding of the developmental levels and needs of University students.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to communicate in an open and honest manner.

Understanding of the structure of a higher education institution, its constituents, the needs of a campus community, and the proper flow of communication within the University structure.

Commitment to integrate athletics with the entire Campus community; and to work collaboratively with student life staff, faculty, and University administrators.

Supervision Given and Received:

Directly supervises all members of the central athletic administration which includes: Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance, Assistant Director of Athletics for Facilities, Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Information, Director of Sports Medicine, Budget Coordinator, and department secretary. Directly supervises men’s and women’s basketball coaches; and oversees the supervision of all other coaches.

Reports directly to the Provost.

Other Considerations:

The University reserves the right to change, add, or reassign job duties and responsibilities or combine positions, or portions thereof, at any time. This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.

The review of applications and nominations will begin immediately and continue until the Director of Athletics is appointed. Please submit a cover letter and a resume as soon as possible, to:

Saint Peter’s University

Office of Human Resources

121 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306

Email to hrdept@saintpeters.edu


Women’s Volleyball Head Coach (part-time)

posted 5/20/2015

This part-time position includes the following responsibilities:

Coach the women’s volleyball team in a manner that is consistent with the educational mission of the University, including the direct oversight and supervision of all aspects of a NCAA Division I women’s volleyball program.

Engage in ethical and values-based coaching in order to develop the character and the skill of Saint Peter’s student-athletes.

Possess a thorough knowledge of the sport, a sophisticated understanding of coaching strategies, and a demonstrated ability to enhance player development.

Responsible for knowledge of  and  full commitment to compliance with all NCAA, MAAC, University, and Department of Athletics rules and regulations.

Responsible for the full academic and social development of student-athletes, including interaction with the student-athlete, Academic Support Staff, and other University administrators.

Minimum qualifications for this position include:  bachelor’s degree (master’s degree a plus) along with collegiate volleyball team participation and/or coaching experience at the NCAA Division I level.  The successful candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and must maintain current certifications including but not limited to: CPR/First Aid/AED (Automated External Defibrillator).  Successful candidate is required to pass and maintain NCAA Recruiting  Certification status.


Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations

posted 5/14/2015

Summary Description:

Under the direction of the Assistant Vice President for Advancement, the Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) will drive the planning, direction and implementation of the CFR program. Specific responsibilities include developing, maintaining and enhancing efforts in the area of corporations and foundations to increase participation and financial support of the University.

Description of Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develops new and stewards existing relationships with corporation and foundation entities in support of the University’s strategic initiatives.
  • Manages contact with portfolio of corporate and foundation prospects, with an expectation of 60 visits/meaningful contacts per fiscal year.
  • Develops and writes letters of inquiry, grant proposals, grant reports and other assignments as needed to seek funding for University priorities.
  • Collaborates with internal and external parties to develop proposals and ensure proper stewardship of grants received.
  • Maintains tracking/deadline management system for all grant proposal and reports submitted, pending response, in research or upcoming.
  • Researches existing and potential corporate and foundation donors and I or partners to the University collaborating with Advancement Research team.
  • Seeks and secures corporate sponsorship for annual Regents Business Symposium and other events I projects as needed.
  • Develops and grows robust corporate relationships, locally, regionally and nationally, in concert with internal units such as, but not limited to, Career Services, Academics Affairs and Admission.
  • Manages and expands community partnerships.
  • Works in concert with other Advancement and appropriate internal University offices to ensure synergy and open communication is consistently maintained.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by the Assistant Vice President and I or Vice President for Advancement and External Affairs.

A Bachelor’s degree is required with a Master’s  degree preferred. 5-8 years’ experience in institutional advancement, marketing, grant management or writing or a relevant field. Valid Driver’s License required.

Other Considerations:

A personal vehicle is required, as well as a willingness to travel and work outside of normal business hours. Capital campaign experience is a plus.

Successful candidates much demonstrate an understanding of philanthropy, corporate and foundations relations, communication, human relations, salesmanship, persistence and patience. A high degree of initiative is expected along with strong organizational skills and the ability to identify and construct solutions. Candidates should possess a commitment to the ideals of a Jesuit education.

THE UNIVERSITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE, ADD, OR REASSIGN JOB DUTIES OR  COMBINE  POSITIONS, OR PORTIONS THEREOF, AT ANYTIME. THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT AN EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT.


posted 4/10/2015

Executive Director, Guarini Institute for Governmental and Public Affairs at Saint Peter’s University

Established in 1994, the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership at Saint Peter’s University aims to provide a non-partisan forum for discussion and analysis of key public policy issues and to encourage students to pursue careers in public service. The Guarini Institute hosts lectures and programs throughout the year to raise awareness of local, domestic and international issues. The events sponsored by the Institute are free of charge and open to members of the general public.  The Institute takes its name from the Honorable Frank J. Guarini who ably served the University’s congressional district for fourteen years. Recently, the Congressmen added to his considerably legacy of philanthropy by establishing an endowment with a multi-million gift to ensure the long-term success of the Institute. In 2004, Saint Peter’s received NGO status from the United Nations and this association is an important part of the Institute’s programs.

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration of the Institute’s activities and for the growth and development of the Institute’s resource base.  Consistent with the mission of the Institute, the duties of the Executive Director include the management of ongoing programs, such as the Model United Nations Program, Public Policy Forum; the management of the Institute’s finances; chairing and, in consultation with the Provost and with the President’s approval, staffing the Institute’s Advisory Board; the development of new programs; fundraising in cooperation with the Advancement Division; event planning and publicity; coordinating Institute involvement with other organizations or programs, internal or external to the University.

Requirements

Master’s degree required, doctorate preferred. A background in political science, government, economics, law, or international relations is required.  The Executive Director must have excellent communication and planning skills and fundraising/ development experience is highly desired.


posted 3/10/2015

Head Coach, Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving (PART-TIME)

This part-time position includes the following responsibilities:

Coach the men’s & women’s swim teams in a manner that is consistent with the educational mission of the University, including the direct oversight and supervision of all aspects of a NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving program.

Engage in ethical and values-based coaching in order to develop the character and the skill of Saint Peter’s student athletes.

Possess a thorough knowledge of the sport, a sophisticated understanding of coaching strategies, and a demonstrated ability to enhance player development.

Responsible for knowledge of and full commitment to compliance with all NCAA, MAAC, University, and Department of Athletics rules and regulations.

Responsible for the full academic and social development of student-athletes, including interaction with the student-athlete, Academic Support Staff, and other University administrators.

Minimum qualifications for this position include:  bachelor’s degree (master’s degree a plus) along with collegiate swim team participation and/or coaching experience at the NCAA Division I level.  The successful candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and must maintain current aquatic certifications including but not limited to (Red Cross preferred) lifesaving, CPR/First Aid/AED (Automated External Defibrillator), and Water Safety Instructor.  Successful candidate is required to pass and maintain NCAA Recruiting Certification status.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, resume and contact information for three professional references to the Office of Human Resources: 121 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 07306 or via email to HRdept@saintpeters.edu.  Review of applications will begin immediately.


posted 1/7/2015

Chorale Director

Summary Description:

The Chorale Director serves to create a dynamic performance experience for students at Saint Peter’s University.  The Director exposes students to various genres of music and teaches vocal skills to students of varying skill levels.  This position serves as the Director of the Aidan C. McMullen Chorale.  The Director ensures the successful performance of the chorale at various events including, but not limited to, two concerts per academic year.  One concert must be held in the fall semester and one concert must be held in the spring semester.

Description of Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Recruit and retain members for the Chorale
  • Conduct weekly rehearsals for the Chorale
  • Work directly with the Creative Arts Coordinator on all production, facilities, and organization needs
  • In conjunction with the Office of Student Activities, create awareness of the Chorale on campus, and work with Creative Arts Coordinator on publicity strategy for the group
  • Develop repertoire for Chorale performance including musical arrangements if needed
  • Direct the Chorale at requested University events including, but not limited to, Commencement and Michaelmas
  • Produce two Chorale-based concerts per academic year – one concert held in the fall and one held in the spring
  • Arrange for musical accompaniment for all Chorale performances, when needed
  • Coordinate payment for musicians with the Creative Arts Coordinator

Qualification Standards:

Education:

A bachelor’s degree in music from an accredited college or university is required.

A master’s degree in music from an accredited college or university is preferred.

Experience:

Must have experience directing a vocal music group.  3-5 years of experience is preferred. Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Must be able to perform the duties of the position in a timely and efficient manner. Must have the ability to teach vocal music to a diverse group of students with varying skill levels.

At all times, adhere to the guidelines and policies published in The Net, the University Handbook.


Director of Voices of Praise Gospel Choir

The Director of the Voices of Praise Gospel Choir serves to create a dynamic gospel music experience for the students within the group.  The director teaches vocal skills and ensures the successful performance of the Voices of Praise Gospel Choir at various campus and off-campus events.

Description of Duties and Responsibilities:

Recruit and retain members; Conduct weekly rehearsals; Select music, in conjunction with the student leadership of the group, for performances; Direct the group at all performances ;Arrange for musical accompaniment for all performances; Meet regularly with the Director of Student Activities; Meet regularly with the student leadership of the Gospel Choir; Perform other related duties as assigned

Qualification Standards:

Education:

High School Diploma or GED required.  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university preferred

Experience:

Must have experience directing a choir and knowledge of Gospel music

3-5 years of choir direction preferred. Must have excellent interpersonal skills, be committed to teaching skills to students of varying skill levels, and be able to work with a diverse group of students. At all times adhere to the guidelines and policies published in The Net, the University Handbook