Human Resources

Administrative Position Vacancies

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.

Saint Peter’s University desires to ensure that faculty, students and staff members from underrepresented and marginalized populations are an integral part of the life and governance of the institution.

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


Systems Administrator

(Windows, Active Directory/VMware)- Jersey City, NJ
posted 4/24/2017

Description:

Private University seeking an exceptional, highly motivated System Administrator responsible for administering and maintaining our hardware, virtualization, and infrastructure services.

Responsibilities:

  • Developing, implementing, and executing standard procedures for the administration, backup, disaster recovery, and daily operation of primarily Windows servers on VMware including backup management, capacity planning, change management, version/patch management, and lifecycle management.
  • Manage and lead troubleshooting, optimization, and performance tuning of servers and storage.
    Respond to incidents and external requests, file internal change requests, document and respond to problems, create and update KB’s, etc.
  • Day to day monitoring and support of the physical environment including power and cooling units, environmental monitoring, etc.
  • Responsible for maintaining and managing VMware Horizon VDI infrastructure and applications including image deployment and Horizon updates.
  • Managing email and other Google Apps services.
  • Responsible for scripting and automated monitoring.
  • Documentation of policies and procedures as well as creating presentation and training material when needed.
  • Work with other IT teams on issues crossing functional areas as well as client services
    escalations and training other team members.
  • Tracking and providing information to management of support statuses, renewal dates, etc. for budgeting.
  • Serve as subject matter expert for all managed services and systems including providing regular status updates for review by management and attending meetings as required.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by leadership.
  • Triage and respond to critical incidents off hours.

Required Experience:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree, 4 years-experience as Windows system administrator on a small team, or any combination thereof.
  • Experience with Multi-Forest AD environment management including DNS, DHCP, LDAP, NAP, WSUS, permissions (NTFS, CIFS, and AD), GPO, FTP,ILS, NTP, Print Services, and roaming profiles.
  • Extensive experience with Windows Server 2008 R2 and 2012.
  • Experience in light SQL administration (establishing maintenance plans, database connectivity issues, permissions, connecting to applications, etc.)
  • VCP-DCV 5+ or equivalent experience.
  • VCP-DTM or equivalent experience.
  • ITIL training or equivalent experience and understanding of standard processes.
  • Experience managing enterprise storage and SAN’s including both IP and FC storage and protocols.
  • Some experience managing and integrating on-site and cloud solutions together. (DCaaS, PaaS, DRaaS, etc.)
  • Possesses a strong customer service attitude.
  • Highly self-motivated; having the willingness to take ownership of tasks and drive them to completion.
  • Knowledge of how various systems and services interact and support each other.
  • Demonstrable analytical problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Unwavering attention to detail and superior organizational skills.
  • Self-motivated, displays initiative, ability to work independently and shows sound judgement.
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is reliable, driven, and performs well under stress, especially in emergency situations and when managing multiple high priority issues.

Preferred Experience:

  • 4 year Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Computer Science.
  • 5+ years’ experience as Windows system administrator on a small team.
  • Experience with Windows Server 2003-2014.
  • Windows DBA experience SQL 2008-2012.
  • Some experience managing *nix operating systems.
  • Experience performing security hardening on hardware, OS’s, and applications including AV and software firewall management.
  • Experience supporting Cisco UCS, Dell, and EMC hardware.
  • Experience managing Networker, Data Domain, tape libraries, VBA and NDMP.
  • Experience with Google Cloud Platform or Azure.
  • Experience with failover clustering (WSFC or 3rd party).
  • Powershell scripting with AD and/or ADToolkit experience.
  • Pharos print management experience.
  • Experience with Service Now and/or Solarwinds Orion.
  • GADS/GAM experience.
  • EMM experience.
  • Microsoft MCSE.
  • Current VCP 6.
  • ITIL Foundation V3 certification.
  • Experience configuring Cisco Nexus switches.
  • Strong documentation skills.
  • Experience creating RCA’s for high visibility incidents.

Vice President for Finance and Business

posted 4/20/2017

Saint Peter’s University invites applications and nominations for its next Vice President for Finance & Business. S/he will work collaboratively to lead Saint Peter’s to its next level of financial success by promoting best practices in fiscal management, collaboration, , transparent communication, and data-driven decision-making.

The Vice President for Finance and Business is a key member of the University’s management team and is responsible for effective stewardship of financial resources to support the University’s Jesuit and Catholic mission. The Vice President will provide leadership and broad strategic oversight to assist the president, trustees, academic leadership and administrative personnel in the efficient and effective monitoring, management, and control of the financial resources of the university.  This position will be responsible for the strategic vision, long range planning, and coordination of all budget, real estate, financial planning, debt financing, business, and procurement functions, and will ensure that accounting procedures and reporting conform to the highest standards of accepted accounting principles. The Vice President will lead an office committed to improving processes and to providing outstanding service. S/he will keep abreast of the higher education regulatory environment, overseeing the institution’s response to regulatory changes, managing risk, and ensuring that the Board and senior management are knowledgeable of the impact of regulatory developments. The Vice President will strengthen collaborations and relationships across the university to better serve the mission and to communicate financial policies and procedures.

The successful candidate will be an experienced and innovative leader who has (including but not limited to): progressive leadership in financial affairs and financial analysis, budget planning and management with five or more years of progressive complex administrative/ managerial experience in a medium to large multi-faceted organization applicable to higher education; strategic program development and problem-solving skills; experience managing fiscal services, administrative services, human resources, and a variety of auxiliary services or enterprises; excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills; successful experience in personnel management, including staff evaluation and development; and a strong accounting background (CPA preferred) with a Master’s Degree preferred as well, along with a proven record of prioritizing and balancing multiple tasks in a high pressure environment with significant timeline pressures.

Application materials should be submitted electronically to the Office of Human Resources, hrdept@saintpeters.edu. Applications should include a letter of interest, resume, and complete contact information for five professional references. Application deadline is May 19.

 About Saint Peter’s University 

Saint Peter’s is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States. Established in 1872, the University blends a unique learning experience shaped by rigorous academics, and opportunities for internships and experiential learning, leadership, community service, and a genuine, caring community that supports alumni long after graduation. With an undergraduate student-faculty ratio of 13-to-1 and a stellar faculty committed to student success, Saint Peter’s offers more than 50 undergraduate majors as well as master’s and doctoral programs. The main campus is in Jersey City, the second largest city in New Jersey, just minutes from New York City, a global center of culture, business, and professional and career opportunities. 

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

Saint Peter’s University desires to ensure that faculty, students and staff members from underrepresented and marginalized populations are an integral part of the life and governance of the institution.


Athletic Trainer

posted 4/5/2017

Summary Description:  The Athletic Trainer reports to the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine and serves as a member of the Sports Medicine team.  This department oversees the health, welfare and safety of Saint Peter’s University athletics.

Description of Duties and Responsibilities

The Athletic Trainer’s principal responsibility is to provide for the well-being of individual athletes, allowing them to achieve their maximum potential.  The Athletic Trainer has unquestionable authority regarding the health, welfare and safety of the student athletes.

  • Reports to the NCAA designated Healthcare Administrator and Team Physician
  • Developing and implementing a comprehensive emergency action plan
  • Preventing, recognizing, diagnosing, referring, treating, and rehabilitating injuries
  • Establishing criteria for safe return to practice and play and implementing the return-to-play process.
  • Establishing and operating treatment facilities for both practice and game situations that follow national and local standards
  • Determining which venues and activity settings require the on-site presence of the athletic trainer and team physician and which require that they be available
  • Maintaining accurate medical records for each athlete;
  • Reviewing the design and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for safety and appropriateness related to injury and illness prevention and providing recommendations for change when indicated
  • Establishing a safe practice and playing environment by monitoring environmental risk factors such as meteorological conditions
  • Communicating with coaches about each injured or ill athlete’s condition and progress, in cooperating with the team physician (HIPPA) and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) rules apply).

Qualification Standards:

The Athletic Trainer is expected to be in compliance with the NCAA, MAAC, the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners and Saint Peter’s University regulations.

Requirements:

New Jersey Licensed Athletic Trainer. Demonstrated experience at the Division 1 or professional level. Clear understanding of NCAA rules and regulations. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. The ability to work long hours including nights and weekends.


Assistant Registrar – Graduation

posted 3/7/2017

The Assistant Registrar is responsible for activities within Enrollment Services and Office of the University Registrar related to graduation, the academic record, including the maintenance and integrity of all facets of student records.

The Assistant Registrar assists in the maintenance of the University’s system of student records; ensures that all requirements have been met prior to graduation and that system graduation records are factually correct; determines students who have achieved certain scholastic goals and records. Interacts with University employees, students, and outside contacts to provide information, answer questions, solve problems, or otherwise respond to requests. Attends meetings, conferences, and workshops to keep up-to-date on issues relating to registration, office procedures, and student records.

DUTIES:

  • Coordinates the process of academic records review with faculty, deans and other appropriate persons regarding graduation.
  • Responsible for graduation applications, certification, conferral, and other graduation-related processes.
  • Coordinates Registrar’s Office graduation-related student and faculty correspondence.
  • Coordinates the ordering of diplomas/certificates, Commencement awards, and other graduation supplies.
  • Review Datatel/Colleague degree audit information for accuracy and makes updates as necessary;
    processes substitutions and waivers; builds/deactivates programs as necessary.
  • Consults with students and faculty during Junior and Senior graduation clearance events using degree audit information.
  • Assists with the University Commencement ceremony and distribution of graduation awards.
  • Coordinates Registrar functions related to academic ceremonies.
  • Prepares scheduled and ad hoc reports related to records and registration and graduation as requested by the campus community.
  • Provides indirect supervision of the Enrollment Services Staff.
  • Provides support for records and registration services, including registering students, issuing transcripts and statement of accounts, answering phones, scanning, grade reporting, and classroom assignments.
  • Troubleshoots, analyzes, and resolves student disputes along with appropriate members of the campus community.
  • Maintains integrity and security of academic records.
  • Provides coverage for the Registrar and other Assistant Registrars as needed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Registrar.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s preferred.
  • Five years of experience in higher education administration, preferably in an enrollment setting, with familiarity in registration, FERPA, and working with faculty.
  • Experience with an integrated student database required.

Director of Athletics

posted 3/7/2017

Saint Peter’s University is searching for a leader who is committed to team success and academic excellence for student-athletes and who has the leadership capabilities to lead Peacock Athletics to higher levels of achievement and recognition. Saint Peter’s University, inspired by its Jesuit, Catholic identity, commitment to individual attention and grounding in the liberal arts, educates a diverse community of learners in undergraduate, graduate and professional programs to excel intellectually, lead ethically, serve compassionately and promote justice in our ever-changing urban and global environment. The University’s main campus is located in Jersey City, a city rich with arts and culture, and less than 5 miles from New York City.

Reporting to the Vice President for Student Life and Development (SSAO), the Director of Athletics is responsible for the overall administration and supervision of Saint Peter’s University’s NCAA Division I athletics program which includes 19 men’s and women’s sports programs.

The successful candidate will have proven experience in supervision, fiscal management, fundraising, personnel, strategic planning, athletics facilities, event management, public relations, and general operations. The Director works closely with multiple internal and external constituencies to advance strategic University objectives and goals.

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 policies, rules, and regulations of Saint Peter’s University, the NCAA, and the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC). 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 Vice President for Student Life and Development.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Oversee and manage all department budgets which include: central athletic administration, athletic training, sports communications, and individual team budgets. Works with the Vice President of Student Life and Development in developing budgeting strategies.
  2. Responsible for the administration of the entire athletic program as well as all administrative, operational, and fundraising functions of the athletics department. Ensures 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Submit reports, recommendations and supporting documentation to the Vice President of Student Life and Development and the University President, as necessary, to make decisions regarding goals, academics, capital expansion, staffing, budget appropriations, scheduling and other aspects of the University’s athletics program.
  5. Develop and implement programs to increase revenue sources for the Department to include effective plans for marketing and promotions as well as fund raising strategies to promote donor support of the athletics program.
  6. Partner with the Office of Admissions on the recruitment of qualified student-athletes.
  7. Emphasize and support the academic success of student-athletes, emphasizing the importance of keeping up with classwork, establishing rigorous study schedules, making satisfactory academic progress, and maintaining appropriate GPA’s.
  8. Serves as the primary fundraiser for the Athletics Department while working with the Office of Advancement and other key stakeholders with all fundraising efforts and possibilities.
  9. Overall responsibility for overseeing the University’s athletic facilities in collaboration with the Director of the Recreational Life Center, Director of Maintenance and University Services, and the Assistant Director of Athletics for Facilities. Work with the Vice President for Student Life and Development and other appropriate administrators in long range planning and renovation of athletic facilities.
  10. Serves as the Department representative at athletic meetings and events. Works and maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders such as; students, parents, alumni, campus visitors, donors, University partners, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
  11. 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).
  12. Encourage and create an atmosphere of sportsmanship, professionalism, and respect among all staff, coaches, and student athletes within the department.
  13. Positively represent Saint Peter’s University which includes serving on various University committees, being an active member of the Student Life & Development division, and serving on various NCAA and MAAC committees as deemed appropriate and necessary.
  14. Work with the Hudson County Parks and Recreation Department and the Jersey City Department of Recreation in collaborating usage of facilities.
  15. Maintain current practice of integrating athletics with all areas of the University and working in close, positive collaboration with faculty, administrators, staff and the athletic committee of the Board of Trustees.
  16. 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.
  17. Support the Jesuit mission of Saint Peter’s University by developing a vision and strategic plan for the athletic department that is in alignment with and complements the university’s overall mission, vision, and strategic plan.
  18. Serve as a spokesperson and highly visible representative of the university to the external community through media outreach and departmental development opportunities that strengthen both the public image and financial solvency of the athletic department.
  19. Hire, supervise, mentor and develop head and assistant coaches that are prepared to succeed and lead student-athletes in the challenging environment of Division I athletics. Develop and implement a plan of ongoing professional development for coaches and athletic department administrators and staff.
  20. Coordinate with staff to ensure that a staff member is available to respond to emergencies on nights and weekends.
  21. Serves as coordinator for all administrative evaluations and position searches.
  22. Shares responsibility of game management (scoreboard, staff, crowd control, etc.) for home athletic contests when needed.
  23. Coordinate with Assistant Directors in review and approval of major purchases.
  24. Hold and participate in staff and committee meetings.
  25. Perform other reasonable related duties as needed.

Major Qualification Standards:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 7-8 years of progressive experience leading a successful, multifaceted enterprise intercollegiate athletics.
  • Knowledge of the principles of athletics administration, budgeting and personnel management, NCAA and NWC rules and regulations, Title IX compliance, gender equity and diversity.
  • Commitment to a whole-student perspective and student-focused strategies from the point of recruitment through graduation.
  • Commitment and sensitivity to the needs and dynamics of a diverse student body.
  • Innovative and self‐motivated individual with the ability to accept and overcome limited resources and work within these boundaries to create a positive environment for the athletic staff and student-athletes.
  • Previous coaching experience at the collegiate level preferred.
  • 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: Senior Associate AD for Internal Operations/Business & Finance, Senior Associate Director for Sports Medicine, Associate AD for Compliance/SWA, Associate AD for Communications, Assistant AD for Facilities and Operations, Assistant AD for Equipment, and Assistant AD for Athletic Performance/Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, and Departmental Administrative Assistant. The Athletic Director also oversees the supervision of all coaches.

Reports directly to the Vice President for Student Life and Development.

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.

Salary is commensurate with experience.

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 hrdept@saintpeters.edu.


Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA)

posted 2/10/2017

The Provost/VPAA reports to the President of the University and is the chief academic officer providing vision and leadership for academic affairs. She/he is responsible for delivering the highest quality educational experience for students, supporting the professional development of faculty and staff, and advancing the magis, or a call to excellence, in all educational endeavors at the University.

Position responsibilities include

  • Provides leadership for all academic programs, academic planning, policy, curriculum, faculty hiring and professional development, program assessment, and accountability;
  • Unifies and provides leadership to the deans, faculty, staff, and students of the College of Arts and Sciences and the schools of Business, Education, Nursing, and Professional and Continuing Studies. Other direct reports include the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Assessment, the Registrar, and the directors of the Library, Honors, Faculty Development, Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs, Service Learning, Distance Learning and the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership;
  • Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet and acts as the CEO in the President’s absence;
  • Makes recommendations to the President on faculty personnel matters, including promotion and tenure;
  • Ensures an effective pre-tenure and post-tenured faculty review system;
  • Chairs the University Strategic Planning and Budget Committee and works with colleagues across campus to ensure the University’s fiscal health by aligning resource allocations with academic and strategic plan goals;
  • Provides leadership in advancing the priorities of the University’s strategic plan, including curricular development, pedagogical innovation, online program expansion, global knowledge and engagement, prominent community partnerships, and capitalizing on the University’s unique attributes in the delivery of educational opportunities;
  • Provides leadership and resources to support research and curricular development;
  • Leads the deans to achieve enrollment goals through mission-appropriate program development (both on-ground and online), retention and graduation strategies in all schools, and effective partnerships, particularly with community colleges.
  • Recommends to the President and Board the strengthening, consolidation, and elimination of programs, ensuring that adequate funding is available for all on-going programs, and maintaining competitive faculty salaries and enhancing faculty development;
  • Partners with the President and Advancement leadership to develop fundraising plans to advance academic excellence,
  • Builds esprit de corps between the administration and faculty, fosters collaboration throughout academic affairs and communicates results to the University community.

Required qualifications, skills and accomplishments

  • Earned doctoral degree;
  • A record of successful and increasingly responsible leadership experience at the dean or higher level;
  • Significant experience in teaching and scholarship, having earned a position of full professor;
  • Outstanding leadership skills; and
  • An innovative record in curricular development.

About Saint Peter’s University

Saint Peter’s is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States. Established in 1872, the University blends a unique learning experience shaped by rigorous academics, and opportunities for internships and experiential learning, leadership, community service, and a genuine, caring community that supports alumni long after graduation. With an undergraduate student-faculty ratio of 13-to-1 and a stellar faculty committed to student success, Saint Peter’s offers more than 50 undergraduate majors as well as master’s level and doctoral programs. The main campus is in Jersey City, the second largest city in New Jersey, just minutes from New York City, a global center of culture, business, and professional and career opportunities.

Application materials should be submitted electronically to the Office of Human Resources, hrdept@saintpeters.edu. Applications should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and complete contact information for five professional references. Application deadline is March 15, 2017.

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

Saint Peter’s University desires to ensure that faculty, students and staff members from underrepresented and marginalized populations are an integral part of the life and governance of the institution.


Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

posted 2/7/2017

Summary Description

The part-time Head Women’s Volleyball Coach is responsible for organizing and directing all aspects of the NCAA Division I women’s volleyball program. This individual must demonstrate the ability to lead a program with longstanding tradition of excellence in both athletics and academics by preparing its student-athletes of assuming roles of leadership and service in their future.

Description of Duties and Responsibilities

  • Administer all phases of an NCAA Division I women’s volleyball program.
  • Develop and supervise the student-athletes in the women’s volleyball program, by implementing strategies to motivate maximum levels of individual and team performance.
  • Recruit and retain academically and athletically qualified student-athletes, working directly with the Admissions Department.
  • Monitor student-athletes academic progress.
  • Promote a philosophy of educational welfare, sportsmanship and conduct in alignment with the University’s mission.
  • Schedule non-conference games in competitive season.
  • Create long term player development including technical, tactical and physical development of individual players.
  • Organize, prepare and supervise all training practices and game day contests. Have direct contact with Residence Life for student-athlete housing and needs.
  • Responsible for placing orders for all equipment and gear needed for the season with BSN. To be finalized with the Sr. Associate AD for Business and Finance.
  • Coordinate all travel with the Sr. Associate AD for Business and Finance. Maintain responsibility for budget control by adhering to operational budgets. Hire, supervise and assign responsibilities of assistant coaches.
  • Undertake public relations and promotional activities appropriate to the position to promote the women’s volleyball team.
  • Adhere to all MAAC and NCAA rules and regulations.

Qualification Standards

  • Commitment and sensitivity to the needs and dynamics of a culturally diverse student body that includes a large percentage of first generation and low income students.
  • Creative, innovative and self-motivated individual with the ability to work creatively in an atmosphere of limited resources, with the ability to perform all required responsibilities while serving in a part-time capacity.
  • Commitment and sensitivity 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.

Education

Bachelor’s degree required.

Experience

Preferred a minimum of five years successful coaching experience in women’s volleyball at the college or professional level. Knowledge of MAAC and NCAA rules and regulations for compliance. Public relations skills; excellent interpersonal and communications skills; and excellent organizational skills. Have the ability to deal with students, faculty, staff, alumni, boosters, college administrations and all media outlets.

 

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.