Employment Opportunities

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  • IT Support Technician
    • The IT Support Tech is a hands-on, technical resource member of a team that provides support for all software and hardware within the College’s IT environment. The Support Technician will report directly to the Director of IT.  The Support Technician is responsible for providing support to all users with their computer and phone needs.
      • EDUCATION 
                    • Bachelor’s degree  preferred in Computer Science or related field.
                    • A+ and Microsoft Certified  Professional or relevant certifications supplemented with one or more courses in current technology are preferred, or 1–3 years of relevant work experience in the field.
         EXPERIENCE           
                    • Experience as an IT Support Engineer on a medium sized network of servers, desktop systems and communication devices using current technology including Jenzabar EX (CRM) and JICS/E-Racer (LMS) preferred.
                    • Preferred 1-3 years experience in higher education or learning environment.
                    • Preferred experience with Jenzabar
        SKILLS
                    • Demonstrated knowledge of Windows desktop products.
                    • Demonstrated knowledge of setting up new users with access to the network.
                    • Demonstrated ability to support networked printers and photocopiers.
                    • Demonstrated working knowledge of current communications devices.
                    • Ability to educate users in using various applications such and Microsoft Office.
                    • Highly developed verbal and written communications.
                    • Must be able to effectively support emerging technologies and their application within the academic environment.
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
                • Assist in supporting the help desk with desktop hardware, software and applications.
                • Enforce policies and procedures for the maintenance of a secure and environmentally sound      operation;
                • Rolls out hardware and software to ensure optimal deployment of resources.
                • Assists with technology planning through ongoing research.
                • Ensures the help desk work orders are addressed and or completed correctly.
                • Be willing to learn new and exciting technology and who they are used at Jarvis.
                • Be willing to work after hours and weekends to help complete projects and tasks.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Assistant Registrar
      • QUALIFICATIONS
        • A master’s degree from a four-year regionally accredited college or university.
        • Efficient and accurate data entry skills.
        • Knowledge of MS Word and Excel.
        • Ability to multi-task.
        • Excellent communication skills and professionalism.
        • 5 years of experience.
        • SACS experience preferred.
        • Must understand the academic process as it relates to transcript evaluation, managing student records, planning and coordinating registration and coordinating class schedules.
        • Ability to use Jenzabar module for records and registration or willingness to learn.
         PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Managing and supervising the following office functions
          • Preparation, processing, maintaining custody and availability of records,
          • Providing safeguards for the privacy of student records, and
          • Certifying athletic eligibility. Providing veteran certification.
        • Serving as foreign student liaison officer (including, but not limited to admission eligibility,      immigration and foreign exchange certification).  
        • Developing and implementing the mechanics of registration.  
        • Conducting registration.  
        • Certifying outgoing transcripts.
        • Evaluating transcripts as  to credits and equivalencies.  
        • Auditing student eligibility for graduation and alerting faculty and/or administrators of      irregularities.  
        • Providing a list of graduates for the Commencement program booklet.
        • Issuing diplomas.  
        • Preparing statistical reports for on campus and outside agencies
        • Managing student records and files.  
        • Supervising and auditing the functions performed by the Assistant to the Registrar.  
        • Serving on College committees.  
        • Performing other professional duties as assigned.  
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Coordinator of Student Engagement
      •  QUALIFICATIONS 
        • A Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
        • 2 years plus experience in post-secondary education required
        • Dedication to the students’ success
        • Professional and approachable
        • Organized, able to multi-task and be interrupted by students while working on projects.
        • Able to achieve goals with minimal supervision.
        • Efficient and accurate data entry skills
        • Intermediate knowledge of MS Word and Excel
        • Excellent communication skills and professionalism
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES Creates a daily list of students absent from classes and      makes contact with these students to help understand and troubleshoot any obstacles for education completion.
        • Shares the roster of absent students in their first three terms with Enrollment and Academic Advising.
        • Collaboratively works with all College Administration to identify target students withdrawn from the College within 30 days from the next term start.
        • Identifies campus barriers to re-admission and resolves with appropriate administrator(s).
        • Makes telephone contact with each withdrawn student previously identified.
        • Educates and re-acquaints students on the various programs and offering of the Jarvis Christian College degrees and schedules the withdrawn student for an appointment to complete all necessary re-entry paperwork.
        • Coordinates with Financial Aid, Business Office and Academic Advising to ensure that the re-entered student is fully admitted and registered for classes for the upcoming term.
        • Maintains routine contact with re-entered students after the term starts to help assure the success of the re-entered students.
        • Develop new reports to better quantify, manage, motivate, and predict student performance
        • Establish plans of action to address negative attrition/retention patterns
        • Contact students in jeopardy of withdrawing from school
        • Meet with students planning to officially withdraw from the College to discuss reasons for withdrawal and options for reentry
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Assistant Professor of History
      • QUALIFICATIONS   Assistant Professor  
        • An earned doctorate from a regionally Accredited Institution in History.
        • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
        • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
        • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
        • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
        • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
        • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment.  
        • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.  
        • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.  
        • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.  
        • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
        • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content. Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
        • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.  
        • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.
        • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
        • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.  
        • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested.   
        • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.   
        • Implements departmental programs.
        • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
        • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.   
        • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of all equipment and laboratories.  
        • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.    
        • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.  
        • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.  
        • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
        • Performs other professional duties as assigned.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Assistant Professor of Math
      • QUALIFICATIONS   Assistant Professor  
        • An earned doctorate from a regionally Accredited Institution in Math
        • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
        • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
        • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
        • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
        • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
        • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment.  
        • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.  
        • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.  
        • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.  
        • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
        • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content. Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
        • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.  
        • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.
        • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
        • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.  
        • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested.   
        • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.   
        • Implements departmental programs.
        • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
        • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.   
        • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of all equipment and laboratories.  
        • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.    
        • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.  
        • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.  
        • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
        • Performs other professional duties as assigned.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Academic Advisor
      • General Statement of Function Under general supervision of the Director of the Student Academic Success, the Advisor will assists students in developing and implementing a good intensive academic environment conducive to the students holistic learning and success at Jarvis Christian College; their primary responsibility will be to advise freshmen students as it relates to class scheduling. Minimum Education/Experience Required
        • Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with experience working with student population in higher education; Master’s degree preferred
         Duties and Responsibilities
        • Provide one-on-one advising to the students
        • Monitor assigned caseload by preparing and maintaining appropriate contact, notes and reports on all students
        • Develop and conduct workshops/educational sessions that promote students interpersonal and academic growth
        • Coordinate, track, and prepare report pertaining to students’ progress in class work
        • Develop an academic plan for student success in college
        • Administer campus-wide tests following test protocols
        • Referral of students to the appropriate resources on campus
        • Prepare and submit required report to the Director of Academic Success as needed
        • Perform other related duties as assigned
        Work Schedule Standard hours for the office are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday, with the possibilities of some late night and some weekend’s shifts.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Financial Aid Counselor
      • QUALIFICATIONS
        • A  Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university in business administration, education, or related field; Master’s degree preferred
        • At least 2 years experience with student financial aid programs
          • Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in the administration of state and federal student financial aid programs including legal requirements, deadlines, and reporting requirements.
        • Working knowledge of Microsoft applications (i.e., Word, Excel, & Outlook)
        • Attention to detail and responsiveness to students and other College personnel is imperative
        • Ability to multi-task and meet as well as exceed job expectations with limited supervision
        • Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written)
         PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Assist the Director with the administration of all financial aid programs
        • Review financial aid applications, including verifications, dependency overrides, and special      circumstances, and package awards, in compliance with federal, state, and College regulations
        • Maintain a functional knowledge of state, federal, and institutional financial aid programs and      their corresponding regulations, processes, and procedures
        • Counsels and advises students who seek or have been awarded financial assistance
        • Calculates refunds and repayment as well as other award adjustments
        • Conducts financial aid workshops
        • Performs assignments associated with the administration of designated financial funds
        • Assists with training of office staff on data entry procedures
        • Determines student eligibility for financial assistance by performing needs analysis      utilizing general and institutional methodology
        • Compile, analyze, and review financial aid data and tax forms to determine family financial      strength
        • Review student loan files and proposed aid packages to assure conformance to established standards and procedures
        • Review delinquent accounts and contact students regarding financial aid availability
        • Correct errors as necessary
        • Monitors student academic progress and eligibility for student loan disbursements
        • Post student loan credit disbursements into student accounts and reconciles weekly batch
        • Completes assigned work on schedule
        • Responds to student inquiries related to financial aid and student accounts
        • Maintain a caseload of both new and returning students for awarding and counseling
        • Provides information in an accurate, timely, professional and courteous manner
        • Analyzes regulation and participates in the development of policies and procedures for      administering financial aid from all sources
        • Provides advising to prospective applicants and students regarding all aspects of financial aid      such as application process, need calculation, rights and responsibilities of aid recipients etc.
        • Other duties as assigned.
         
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Director of Student Development
      • Job Summary: Performs administrative work in the development and implementation of student development programs promoting leadership and personal growth.  This position is responsible for directing the operations of Student Government Association, leadership development, Orientation, volunteer and community service, and student organizations. Primary Duties – May include, but not limited to the following:
        • Develops, implements, and evaluates:  leadership, development opportunities, training, and workshops; promotional strategies to involve student organizations in activities and programs.
        • Administers and provides guidance and direction to student organizations.
        • Formulates and enforces policies and procedures regarding student development and student organizations.
        • Serves as advisor to the Student Government Association (SGA).
        • Prepares and administers an annual budget.
        • Prepares reports and funding requests.
        • Coordinates student participation with College events, community projects and various functions.
        • Coordinates student leadership travel fund and accompanies students to leadership workshops.
        • Plans, implements and evaluates the New Student and Transfer Orientation program for the College.
        • Participates in division meetings and serves on College committees.
        • And other duties as designated
        Education: Master’s degree in Student Development, Counseling or a related field. Experience: Three-five years of progressively responsible student affairs experience in a College environment, with some experience in College programming and leadership development. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities – The following are essential:
        • Ability to plan, direct, and evaluate a complex operation, using manpower, time, fund, and other resources for the accomplishment of  long-term and short-term goals of the College.
        • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with students, faculty, staff, and the public.
        • Ability to provide administrative guidance within area of responsibility, providing direct training and supervision as needed.
        • Ability to apply budgetary and fiscal planning techniques within financial constraints.
        • Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives and exercise independent judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities.
        • Ability to integrate resources, policies, and information for the determination of procedures, solutions, and other outcomes.
        • Ability to communicate effectively – orally, by phone, in person, and in writing.
        • Ability to use a computer and other office equipment.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Mental Health or Behavioral Health Professional
      • The Counselor will provide brief crisis assessment and interventions, mental health assessments, crisis intervention, prevention work and solution based counseling for students of Jarvis Christian College. They will collaborate with college staff and external agencies for the benefit of students in need of mental health services. Services include assessment and referral, crisis intervention, advocacy, brief solution focused counseling, group support, leadership/empowerment, psychosocial educational presentations, trauma response, paperwork tracking (administrative and clinical), consultation, training for faculty and staff in understanding mental health issues, and management of students with mental health needs in the college classes, and action planning and prevention services. They will provide at Jarvis Christian College. Essential Duties:
        • Works in close partnership with Jarvis Christian College personnel to develop an identification, service, and referral process for students “at risk” for or experiencing behavioral health issues
        • Assesses students, develops an individualized intervention plan through student and collateral interviews and provides appropriate level of services which may include crisis intervention, individual and referral and follow-up services
        • Provides case management through support, tracking, and follow-up and participates in promoting student resiliency
        • Provides referral and follow-up to community agencies and coordination of community based service
        • Facilitates intervention and prevention oriented psychosocial educational groups
        • Acts as liaison between the College and other mental health, medical and/or social services agencies serving the mental health needs of the student population at Jarvis Christian College
        • Makes presentations to students and faculty related to mental health issues
        • Maintains confidential client files and complete all case notes in a timely fashion. Comply with all Federal confidentiality and HIPAA regulations and strictly follow all ethical standards of the profession and the College (FERPA)
        • Participates in ongoing staff training, meetings, supervision meeting
        • Promotes and demonstrates MHP’s mission, vision and values through both behavior and job performance on a day to day basis
        • Effectively interacts and communicates with other MHP staff/clients/customers/partners/etc
        • Regular and consistent attendance is required to perform other essential functions of the job
        • Other duties as assigned
        Skills / Requirements Minimal Qualifications:
        • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work or Psychology or related field plus 1 to 2 year internship
        • Knowledge of community resources
        • Bi-lingual (Spanish); desired
        • License preferred or license eligible and actively working toward licensure (Licensed PhD or PsyD, Licensed Clinical Social worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or Licensed Marriage/Family Therapist (LMFT)). Must obtain license within one year of employment if not licensed.
        Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
        • Ability to quickly create working alliance with client
        • Knowledge of substance abuse, including symptoms of intoxication and withdrawal
        • Knowledge of community resources and ability to make appropriate referrals
        • Some knowledge of psychiatric medications
        • Excellent problem solving skills
        • Excellent communication and writing skills
        • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
        • Intermediate computer skills to include MS Word,Outlook and the electronic medical record
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Women’s Basketball Coach
      • JOB SUMMARY Responsible for program building including, planning, coaching, and recruiting of women to participate in the intercollegiate women’s basketball program; reports to the Athletics Director for Intercollegiate Sports.
        • PRIMARY DUTIES
          • Manages and directs the women’s basketball program, including scheduling.
          • Conducts all aspects of team training and competitions
          • Organizes and maintains accurate inventory of basketball equipment and uniforms.
          • Coordinates travel arrangements.
          • Coordinates the scouting and tape exchange.
          • Coordinates facility needs of visiting teams.
          • Completes all required paperwork including requests for officials and Compliance forms such as weekly time logs.
          • Commits to and is responsible for adhering to all rules and regulations set forth for the team, the College, the Red River Conference and the NAIA with the utmost integrity.
          • Works cooperatively with personnel in the athletics department, attends department meetings and activities, and always represents the College positively when interacting with the community, alumni, high school and club coaches, media and general public
          • Attends seminars, conferences and other professional development opportunities.
          EDUCATION
        • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.
        • EXPERIENCE
        • Two years minimum as Assistant or Head Basketball Coach in high school, junior college or four-year college required.
        • KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES -
        • The following are essential:
        • Ability to recruit, coach and teach student-athletes.
          • Ability to scout opponents and break down game tapes.
          • Ability to adhere to all policies, rules and regulations of the College, the Red River Conference and the NAIA.
          • A proven record in following directives and being responsible for tasks which have been assigned.
          • Ability to handle multiple tasks as needed.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Recruiter
      • General Statement of Function Jarvis Christian College is seeking an Admissions Recruiter who has the skills, ability, and personality needed to help increase the overall enrollment and position the College for future growth and expansion. This individual must be highly motivated, be able to communicate effectively, and market the College. The position requires an individual to assume a proactive role in increasing the visibility and effectiveness of the College to the Community. This also includes strategically partnering with local high schools and associations to build a prospective student pool that is reflective of the College’s goal to increase the student body population. The position involves the process of identifying potential prospective students and then planning, creating, and implementing the strategies needed to attract and successfully enroll those students. At least 1-2 years of experience recruiting, preferably in a college setting, as the position requires the ability to research, develop, and implement recruitment strategies. Candidates must be willing to travel at least 75% of the time and available to work extended hours and some weekends during peak recruiting periods. Minimum Education/Experience Required Bachelor’s Degree – 1-2 years experience; previous experience as a college recruiter highly preferable. Bilingual – Spanish preferred.  Duties and Responsibilities
        • Assists with coordinating campus-wide recruitment efforts.
        • Works with Director of Recruitment and Admissions, Registrar, and Academic Division Chairs to organize recruitment plans and strategies.
        • Assists with the development of recruitment materials.
        • Collects information regarding educational opportunities and disseminates such information to the students.
        • Assists with the coordination of events on campus such as High School Junior/Senior visit.
        • Travels to district high schools, colleges, churches and other events to recruit students.
        • Maintains prospect/applicant database.
        • Facilitate college entry by gathering admissions applications and giving small group orientations.
        • Provide assistance to prospective students concerning admissions requirements either by phone or in person.
        • Assists with orientation and registration activities.
        • Assists students in planning and scheduling for their college programs.
        • Executes all other duties as assigned by the Director of Recruitment and Admissions.
         Knowledge/Skills/Abilities
        • Knowledge of college programs of study, admissions, registration, financial aid, counseling processes and community resources.
        • Skilled in decision-making, effective oral and written communication skills, and leadership ability.
        • Ability to prepare/present programs to groups from various backgrounds and establish rapport with all levels of personnel.
         
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Director of Public Relations and Publications
      • POSITION TITLE    Director of Public Relations and Publications Under the general administrative director of the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Development, serve as the staff member responsible for the marketing and public relations activities of the College. QUALIFICATIONS
        • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, journalism, communications, or radio, television, film;      Master’s degree preferred.
        • Two years’ experience in marketing and public relations.
        • Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.
         PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Assist in the preparation of all College publications ensuring conformity to institutional graphic      standards
        • Direct the planning and implementation of plans to create a favorable image of the College.
        • Develop and maintain positive relations with external agencies, including print and broadcast      media.
        • Develop and issue press releases and other promotional materials.
        • Coordinate photographic and/or video coverage of College events and activities.
        • Make recommendations for marketing the College, internally and externally.
        • Serve as the College spokesperson, as requested, to provide public information during critical      periods.
        • Perform related duties as assigned.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Assistant Professor of Management
      • QUALIFICATIONS   Assistant Professor  
        • An earned doctorate from a regionally Accredited Institution in Management.
        • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
        • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
        • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
        • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
        • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
        • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment.  
        • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.  
        • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.  
        • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.  
        • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
        • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content. Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
        • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.  
        • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.
        • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
        • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.  
        • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested.   
        • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.   
        • Implements departmental programs.
        • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
        • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.   
        • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of all equipment and laboratories.  
        • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.    
        • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.  
        • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.  
        • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
        • Performs other professional duties as assigned.  
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Director of Sponsored Programs
      • QUALIFICATIONS BA/BS Degree required; Masters preferred. 5 years plus experience in post-secondary education; or public or private company requiring grant writing skills Experience in pre- and post-award activity; familiarity with issues of research compliance; knowledge of federal agency practices, regulations and policies; and evidence of leadership success in comparable situations. Ability to work effectively, collaboratively, and diplomatically with faculty and offices of senior level administration: grants accounting; procurement and other university administrators. Must have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and the willingness to reach out to various publics. Understanding of federal regulations and agency guidelines for grants management and sponsored research, including NSF, US DOE, NIH, NEA and NEH; knowledge of A-133, A-110 and A-21. Ability to work with program officers at State and federal agencies and act as effective liaison between faculty and funding agencies. Evidence of ability to manage budgets effectively. Capability of producing creative and innovative solutions and approaches to common problems. Highly developed written and verbal skills required. RESPONSIBILITIES The Director, Sponsored Programs is responsible for the overall implementation of the policies and procedures of the program and for ensuring conformance with all applicable Federal and College regulations. The Director ensures that the President’s vision and priorities are reflected in all activities approved for funding, and serves as the President’s official agent on all sponsored programs matters. The position is responsible for the overall direction and effective management of the College’s Sponsored Programs, including pre- and post-sponsored award activity. This includes: daily administration of the Sponsored Program, oversight of each Sponsored Program activity, development of effective administrative compliance procedures, ensuring proper resource allocation, identification of funding sources, funding acquisition, regulatory compliance, recordkeeping and maintaining systems for all grants and awards. The nature and diversity of the job require special abilities, dedication and commitment. The position is accountable for ensuring internal/external customer satisfaction through effective personal management of subordinate personnel, interpersonal relationships, projects, materials, budgetary costs, and continuous quality improvement. In support of the College’s established strategic goals, priorities, and objectives, ensures quality-efficient services and compliance monitoring are provided from the Office of Sponsored Programs. Develops and recommends plans, programs, and policies to increase grants and contracts that support the College's strategic objectives: Oversees the preparation of sponsored program plans of operation, Evaluates the College’s possibilities in relation to specific RFP’s and grant announcements. Identifies funding for professional development for staff and faculty. Reviews individual grants proposals with faculty and staff to ensure compliance with funding agency policies, compatibility with the College strategic priorities, and other funding implications. Creates and fosters an environment of support for the College research community. Trains, guides and assists, faculty, staff and administrators in best practices for submission of grant proposals and in accomplishment of post- award program goals that support the College’s strategic objectives. Provides technical assistance to Principal Investigators to ensure that they are meeting objectives during the designated time period. Ensures that all sponsored programs are evaluated a minimum of one time each year to ensure compliance with Agency regulations and requirements. Develops and maintains a resource library of funding sources. Develops and maintains a database of areas in need of funding or research interests so that funding opportunities can be forwarded, as appropriate. Disseminates timely electronic information about external funding opportunities to College personnel. Initiates, plans and provides training lectures and workshops for faculty and administrators on the College’s specific procedures for application to external funding agencies/organizations. Develops effective manuals and training materials to assist faculty and administrators in the preparation of grants and contract proposals, budgets and post- award administration. Assists faculty and administrators to appropriately interpret and accomplish post-award program objectives and preparation of reports and no cost extensions. Conducts meetings with sponsored program principal investigators. Provides effective direction, oversight and monitoring of all externally funded programs to facilitate and ensure institutional compliance with regulations and College protocols. Develops and implements appropriate policies and procedures to coincide with applicable pre- and post-award sponsored program compliance requirements. Facilitates the institutionalization of sponsored program initiatives and new practices. Coordinates sponsored program activities in a manner that will facilitate maximum effectiveness and utilization of program resources and personnel. Provides oversight for post-award management, including assisting and ensuring that principal investigators properly requisition personnel (comply with all College appointment and hiring procedures), purchase equipment and procure other materials and supplies. Reviews requests by external sponsors.             Supervises the preparation and pre-approves all correspondence with external funding agencies and organizations, including: Reviewing and pre-approving all award modifications, implementation schedule revisions, extension requests, and negotiates with funding agency/organization representatives. Preparing and administering all sub-awards to partner institutions, as applicable. Directing the establishment and maintenance of essentials records and files related to sponsored program grants and contracts. Maintaining a current working knowledge of the College’s policies and procedures, including but not limited to: College services, activities and personnel policies. Follows and ensures compliance with College policies, such as purchasing, contracts, personnel, etc. Ensures compliance with applicable recordkeeping and procedural regulations. Ensures the confidentiality of all personal information relating to students and personnel; limits exposure to confidential information on a job-related and authorized need-to-know basis only. Ensures a response to external inquiries within 48 hours. Professionally represents the College in liaison with external funding agencies/organizations and with College consultants. Serves as an effective liaison with the Program Office, independent evaluators, and other external funding compliance officials.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Director of Alumni Affairs
      • Under the general administrative direction of the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Development, serves as the staff member responsible for coordinating the College’s relationship with its alumni. Works cooperatively with the National Alumni Association and advises the Pre-Alumni Club of the College.   QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree. Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Serve as the staff liaison to the National Alumni Association.
        • Make recommendations for the activation, organization, and reorganization of alumni chapters.
        • Identify and train alumni volunteers to assist College staff in securing resources for institutional  programs.
        • Expand the institution’s  outreach to all alumni.
        • Serve as the staff advisor to the Pre-Alumni Club.
        • Work with other development officers in cultivating alumni gifts to the annual fund, UNCF      campaign, and major gifts initiatives.
        • Plan and coordinate activities associated with Founders’/Homecoming, Golden Diploma      Recipients, and Pioneer Hall of Fame.
        • Attend alumni events to promote College programs and solicit contributions.
        • Maintain fundraising data and donor contacts through Jenzabar EX.
        • Contribute to strategic planning for IAD.
        • Maintain confidentiality of information on donors.
        • Perform related duties as assigned.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Payroll Specialist
      • DESCRIPTION
        • The Payroll Specialist is responsible for performing all payroll functions. This position reports directly to the Assistant Vice President of Finance and Administration / Controller.
        QUALIFICATIONS
        • An associate degree from a two year college or technical school or a bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited college or university desired, but not required, or a high school diploma and three years of related experience in payroll required
        • Appropriate college coursework or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience
        • Experience with ADP a plus
        • Experience with Jenzabar software a plus and/or experience with other similar integrated accounting software packages
        • Working knowledge of Microsoft applications (i.e., Word, Excel, & Outlook)
        • Knowledge of modern methods used in keeping and checking financial accounts and records
        • Strong organizational and data accuracy skills required
        • Ability to multi-task and meet as well as exceed job expectations with limited supervision
        • Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) & interpersonal skills
        • Ability to analyze and organize data and prepare records and reports
         
        • PAYROLL FUNCTIONS
        • Responsible for all payroll functions
        • Input salaries and hourly pay rates and hours
        • Reviews, analyzes and checks payroll forms and reports for accuracy and makes necessary adjustments or corrections
        • Creates and maintains payroll account codes using college financial system chart fields
        • Processes payroll distribution, direct deposit and retro-expenditure transfers
        • Sets up and reconciles voluntary payroll deductions, prepares reports, identifies and researches exceptions
        • Processes garnishments which include child supports, tax levies, student loans, WRIT of garnishments, etc…
        • Completes appropriate forms for special wage/salary payouts and adjustments or to correct or balance a special situation
        • Researches, analyzes and resolves payroll-related problems or questions
        • Recommends or participates in the development of new procedures and policies related to payroll operations utilizing knowledge of college, state and federal policies and regulations
        • Compiles financial, tax and payroll reports for both internal and external purpose submits to supervisor for review
        • Conducts training sessions for departmental payroll representatives to explain payroll policies and procedures, state and federal regulations and laws
        • Coordinates and interacts with federal and state agencies on issues pertaining to employee compensation, general deductions, benefits and retirement
        • Compiles and analyzes payroll data, makes recommendations and determinations and prepares related reports
        • Issues W-2 Wage and Tax Statement reprints
        • Processes and maintains W-4 tax data and changes in personal data
        • Other duties as assigned
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Accounts Payable Specialist
      • DESCRIPTION The Accounts Payable Specialist is responsible for performing all accounts payable functions inclusive of maintaining vendor accounts.  This position reports directly to the Assistant Vice President of Finance and Administration/Controller.
      •   QUALIFICATIONS
        • An associate degree from a two year college or technical school or a bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited college or university desired, but not required, or a high school diploma and two years of related experience in accounts payable required
        • Appropriate college coursework or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience
        • 2+ years related experience and/or training
        • Working knowledge of Microsoft applications (i.e., Word, Excel, & Outlook)
        • Knowledge of modern methods used in keeping and checking financial accounts and records
        • Experience with accounting software & high volume accounts payable preferred
        • Experience with Jenzabar software a plus and/or experience with other similar integrated accounting software packages
        • Strong organizational and data accuracy skills required
        • Ability to multi-task and meet as well as exceed job expectations with limited supervision
        • Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) & interpersonal skills
        • Ability to analyze and organize data and prepare records and reports
        ACCOUNTS PAYABLE FUNCTIONS
        • Responsible for the full Accounts Payable function
        • Review and verify vouchers and invoices, enter invoices to appropriate accounts, make all necessary adjustments in balances and verify and reconcile balances
        • Set up new vendors and maintain vendor database & files
        • Answer inquiries from vendors concerning invoice payment status and resolve issues with unpaid invoices.
        • Perform biweekly check runs, as well as interim check runs that may be required
        • Prepare checks for payment
        • Perform end of month procedures for accounts payable
        • Process payables for payable due date
        • Assist in the processing of annual 1099 and 1098T data maintenance and filing at the end of the year
        • Work with other departments at year end to establish A/P lists and encumbered purchase orders
        • Research and report on A/P related inquiries
        • Input all invoices into A/P module
        • Identifying and accounting for fixed assets as processed in A/P system
        Other duties as assigned
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credential and Experience
    • Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs
      • The Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs is responsible for providing effective planning and vision, comprehensive leadership, program development, budget oversight, data analysis, and institutional coordination, supervision and oversight of all academic and education affairs and activities, including, but not limited to curricular and instructional processes as well as administering, overseeing, and facilitating matters pertaining to institutional effectiveness and student learning outcomes assessment, curriculum and scheduling, distance education, and summer semester courses and programs. The Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs works with department chairs on scheduling classes and programs on campus, works collaboratively with the Provost Vice President for Academic Affairs, and with all department chairs, and faculty to address enrollment and retention of students; provides general oversights of faculty and programs, and works with the Vice President for Academic Affairs and, the President’s Cabinet on Strategic Planning, Master Planning initiatives, and day to day operation of the Campus. The Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs also coordinates college-wide Articulation Agreements and collaboration efforts with other institutions, and is responsible for coordinating all off-campus academic credit programs. The Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs works closely and collaboratively with leadership to achieve a strategic, student-centered approach to academics in support of the college’s mission.
      • QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
        • Earned Doctorate required from an accredited university
        • Current knowledge of best practices in curriculum development, management, and program assessment; program planning and specialized      accreditation; instructional design and development including technology      enhances methods of course delivery; trends in general education and      global intercultural education, graduate studies, graduate support and development; working within a system of higher education.
        • Participatory leadership style; demonstrated creativity and flexibility in problem solving.
        • Ability to advocate effectively for the needs of a college campus.
        • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
        • Proficiency in the use of research, statistical analysis, and information technologies.
        • Proven ability to provide sustained leadership in a dynamic and rapidly changing environment.
        • Demonstrated effectiveness in ensuring implementation of student learning outcomes and assessment of student learning.
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Provides leadership, supervision, and direction for all academic and educational affairs of the College and related programs.
        • Devises innovative strategies, policies, and/or programs for goal  attainment and process improvements to reach established academic and educational objectives and institutional goals.
        • Regularly assesses strategic initiatives to address and anticipate changes in strategic plans, performance plans, economic forecasts, occupational outlook, and/or student needs.
        • Prepares required reports; analyzes data to determine student progress and enrollment trends, and to draw conclusions and/or make recommendations for process improvement; advises Vice President for Academic Affairs promptly of any programmatic irregularities.
        • Stimulates, coordinates, and administers the review and approval process for the introduction of all new academic courses/programs and for the revision of existing courses/programs at the local and state level.
        • Coordinates and administers the preparation of the catalog and other programmatic publications.
        • Develops relationships and maintains effective communications with diverse groups, internal and external, in support of the Colleges mission.
        • Represents College at functions upon request.
        • Participates in community outreach, representing the College and promoting join projects with civic, governmental, and business organizations.
        • Coordinates all off campus academic credit programs.
        • Guiding and shaping academics through the recruitment, development, and retention of a diverse and forward-thinking faculty and academic staff.
        • Promotes employee professional development.
        • Advises Vice President for Academic Affairs, President, Cabinet, and other administrators on matters pertaining to Academic Affairs.
        • Serves on administrative committees as assigned by VPAA and/or President.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Faculty Position – Spanish Instructor
      • Instructor
        • Master’s Degree in a designated specified area
        • Excellent communication skills and professionalism
        • 1-2 years experience
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
        • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
        • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
        • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
        • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment.  
        • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.  
        • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.  
        • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.  
        • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
        • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content. Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
        • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.  
        • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.
        • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
        • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.  
        • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested.   
        • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.   
        • Implements departmental programs.
        • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
        • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.   
        • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of all equipment and laboratories.  
        • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.    
        • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.  
        • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.  
        • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
        • Performs other professional duties as assigned.  
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Development
      • The Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Development will report directly to the President and oversees an advancement program that provides strategic direction, vision, and management of development,major gifts and planned giving, alumni affairs, public relations, data and gift processing, special events, annual giving and marketing.
      •  This position plays a leadership role in promoting the image of the College and transforming the fund raising to a new level by developing and implementing strategies to ensure successful identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individuals with the potential to make significant gifts to the College.
      •   JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Works collaboratively with the President on donor prospect development for major gift solicitation. 
        • Works closely with the President and Board of Trustees to build individual Board Members capacity to assist in the cultivation and solicitation of major gift prospects. 
        • Manages a dynamic portfolio of at least 50 or more prospects and suspects who are believed capable of making significant contributions to the College, based on giving patters, prospect research, and other indicators.  This portfolio will evolve steadily as prospects/suspects are brought to closure, referred to other development officers, or dropped from the portfolio for lack of potential or inclination.
        • Crafts a vision for the advancement and marketing programs appropriate to JCC and aligned  with the strategic plan and priorities. 
        • Stewards donors through ongoing communications, recognition activities, invitations to key events, and interaction with beneficiaries of their support. 
        • Oversees comprehensive studies of College’s donors/potential donors, testing their perceptions of and commitment to JCC. 
        • Oversees identification/researching of individuals, corporations and foundations maintaining a prospect management system. 
        • Leads a fundraising team to solicit and secure funds/resources that enable the College to accomplish its mission and strategic goals
        • Supervises departmental operations, including planning and monitoring of the budgets and regular assessment of the cost effectiveness of each unit of responsibility. 
        • Oversees the College’s  comprehensive, integrated marketing/communications efforts to enhance the College’s image by implementing a college-wide marketing communications program focusing on consistent messages and identity, public affairs, publications, advertising, and web online communication. 
        • Oversees operations of alumni and parents relations to ensure effective contact with theses constituent groups. 
        • Oversees the planning and coordination of special events that promote College relations with students, parents, alumni, and donors. 
        • Oversees the establishment of policy and protocol on all issues pertaining to institutional advancement.
        • Maintains an active schedule of face-to-face meetings with major gift suspects and prospects, averaging fifteen (15) or more such meetings per month.
        • Coordinates the corporate and foundation gift program. 
        • Adheres to performance goals and standards for Development Officers.
        • Follows Institutional Advancement procedures with regard to prospect management and documenting contacts and responsible for oversight and submission of all relative fund      raising reports, statistics, projections, and publications. 
        • Other duties as assigned by the President. 
        QUALIFICATIONS
        • A minimum, five (5) successful years of experience with major and planned gifts, a successful fundraising record in a higher education environment, a strong background and history in managing a capital campaign, and a proven track record of securing major gifts, planning campaigns and annual giving programs, working with alumni groups, and developing, as well as, implementing a strategic plan for advancement.
        • An earned master’s degree is preferred; however, a doctorate is desirable.
        • Experience in supervising a professional advancement/development staff and identifying, recruiting,      training, and supervising volunteers is preferred.
        • Demonstrated ability to create and effectively communicate a compelling case for donor support is required, along with appropriate communication skills (oral, written, and computer).
        • Knowledge of prospect management systems, data base fund raising software, and web fund raising  experience is preferred.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Director of Human Resources and Professional Development
      • Director of Human Resources The Human Resource Director is responsible for effectively managing all of the operations of personnel and professional development for the college. This responsibility covers areas such as working practices, recruitment, pay, conditions of employment and staff diversity. The Director will provide coaching to management on employments matters; lead, manage and conduct internal investigation when necessary, as well, and support overall organizational efforts to ensure all practices and polices meet legal and regulatory standards.  The Director will maintain personnel records and be responsible for Worker’s Compensation including, but not limited to, coordination of employee safety programs and initiatives.  The Director of Human Resources is also responsible for the implementation and administration of annual performance review system from orientation/training through executive process to enhance performance and communications, succession planning. The Director is responsible for conducting professional development workshops and training sessions. The director will serve as a change agent and champion for the employees and the college. This position reports to the Vice-President of Finance and Administration.
        •  Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities
          • Plan and manage recruitment and selection of staff
          • Plan and conduct new employee orientation
          • Identify and manage training and development needs for employees
          • Develop and implement human resources policies and procedures
          • Administer HR policies and procedures
          • Administer compensation and benefits
          • Ensure compensation and benefits are in line with company policies and legislation
          • Benchmark compensation and benefits
          • Support annual salary review
          • Implement and monitor performance management system
          • Handle employee complaints, grievances and disputes
          • Administer employee discipline processes
          • Conduct exit interviews
          • Review and update employee rules and regulations
          • Maintain the human resource information system and employee database including Human Resources Module (Jenzabar)
          • Coordinate employee safety, welfare and wellness
          • Maintain knowledge of legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting HR functions
          • Handle verifications and unemployment compensation claims and reviews
          • Other duties related to the operations of the Human Resources office
           Education and Experience
          • Master’s degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or equivalent
          • Generalist human resources experience; supervision is a plus
          • Knowledge of the principles and practices of HR management
          • Knowledge of business principles
          • Knowledge of relevant legislation and regulations
          • Knowledge of relevant software (i.e., Jenzabar, PeopleSoft, ADP - Payroll)
          • 2-5 years experience in Human Resource Management
          • 2-5 years experience in a Higher Education and Corporate Environment
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Assistant Coach – Soccer Coach for Women’s Soccer, Baseball, Softball, and Men’s Basketball
      • Jarvis Christian College is seeking applicants for assistant coaching positions. Jarvis, a member of the Red River Athletic Conference and the NAIA- Division We sponsors 8 varsity sports programs consisting of 13 teams. The successful candidate will be responsible for carrying out coaching and administrative duties for the sport program as directed by the head coach, including recruiting, team travel, camp administration, fundraising, academic monitoring of student-athletes, facility upkeep, instructing players in techniques of the sport fundamentals and support the mission of Jarvis Christian College and athletic department. Bachelor’s degree or Associate degree required and previous experience is preferred. Position will include other responsibilities determined by the Athletic Director. Candidate must have ability to effectively recruit student/athletes.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Assistant/Associate Professor – Accounting
      • QUALIFICATIONS   Assistant/Associate Professor  
        • An earned doctorate from a regionally Accredited Institution in Accounting.
        • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
        • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
        • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
        • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
        • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
        • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment.  
        • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.  
        • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.  
        • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.  
        • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
        • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content. Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
        • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.  
        • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.
        • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
        • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.  
        • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested.   
        • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.   
        • Implements departmental programs.
        • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
        • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.   
        • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of all equipment and laboratories.  
        • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.    
        • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.  
        • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.  
        • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
        • Performs other professional duties as assigned.  
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Diversity Recruiter
      • General Statement of Function Jarvis Christian College is seeking an Admissions Recruiter who has the skills, ability, and personality needed to help increase the overall enrollment and position the College for future growth and expansion. This individual must be highly motivated, be able to communicate effectively, and market the College. The position requires an individual to assume a proactive role in increasing the visibility and effectiveness of the College to the Hispanic Community. This also includes strategically partnering with local high schools and Hispanic associations to build a prospective student pool that is reflective of the College’s goal to increase the Hispanic student body population. The position involves the process of identifying potential prospective students and then planning, creating, and implementing the strategies needed to attract and successfully enroll those students. At least 1-2 years of experience recruiting, preferably in a college setting, as the position requires the ability to research, develop, and implement recruitment strategies. Candidates must be willing to travel at least 75% of the time and available to work extended hours and some weekends during peak recruiting periods. Minimum Education/Experience Required
        • Bachelor’s Degree – 1-2 years experience; previous experience as a college recruiter highly preferable.
        • Bilingual – Spanish preferred.
          Duties and Responsibilities
        • Assists with coordinating campus-wide recruitment efforts.
        • Works with Director of Recruitment and Admissions, Registrar, and Academic Division Chairs to organize recruitment plans and strategies.
        • Assists with the development of recruitment materials.
        • Collects information regarding educational opportunities and disseminates such information to the students.
        • Assists with the coordination of events on campus such as High School Junior/Senior visit.
        • Travels to district high schools, colleges, churches and other events to recruit students.
        • Maintains prospect/applicant database.
        • Facilitate college entry by gathering admissions applications and giving small group orientations.
        • Provide assistance to prospective students concerning admissions requirements either by phone or in person.
        • Assists with orientation and registration activities.
        • Assists students in planning and scheduling for their college programs.
        • Executes all other duties as assigned by the Director of Recruitment and Admissions.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Division Chair, Arts and Sciences
      • POSITION TITLE             Division Chair, Arts and Sciences
            Jarvis Christian College seeks a Chair for the Division of  Arts and Sciences. The successful candidate will report directly to the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs and lead the Division in a  manner that supports the vision of the College to prepare the next generation of scholars in arts and sciences for the global market.
          QUALIFICATIONS  The candidate must possess the following:
        • An earned doctorate from an accredited institution, preferably in the field or discipline of Arts and Sciences
        • A strong record of teaching, research, scholarship, and publication
        • A minimum of three (3) years of successful academic administrative leadership experience at the departmental/division level or above
        • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with both faculty and administration;
        • Demonstrated commitment to faculty governance
        • Demonstrated experience at collaborating effectively with other internal and external constitutes
        • A record of successful grant writing experience
        • Demonstrated ability to manage internal and external resources, scheduling, and program development
        • Demonstrated personal integrity and a strong sense of ethics
        • Demonstrated ability to lead faculty and staff as a team
        • Evidence of experience in creating a learner-centered environment
        • A commitment to the values of promoting and enhancing diversity
        • Performs other professional duties as assigned.  
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Assistant/Associate Professor – Marketing
      • An earned doctorate from a regionally Accredited Institution in Marketing.
        • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
        • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
        • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
        • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
        • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment. >
        • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.
        • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.
        • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.
        • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
        • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content.
        • Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
        • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.
        • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.   
        • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
        • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.
        • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested
        • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc.) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.
        • Implements departmental programs.
        • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
        • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.
        • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of allequipment and laboratories.
        • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.
        • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.   
        • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.
        • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
        • Performs other professional duties as assigned.
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
    • Residence Hall Coordinator
      • QUALIFICATIONS  
        • A  bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university
        • Efficient and accurate data entry skills
        • Intermediate knowledge of MS Word and Excel
        • 3-5 years experience with residence life
        • Ability to multi-task
        • Excellent communication skills and professionalism
          PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
        • Co-plan and implement the Resident Assistant selection process
        • Assist in the planning of the Residence Assistant staff orientation
        •  Responsible for enforcing the rules and regulations of the College
        • Supervises other residence halls as needed
        • Provides programming for residents, including Living and Learning programs
        • Supervises College work-study students
        • Prepares time sheets for work-study students
        • All and any other assigned duties as deemed necessary for the care and safety of residents
        • Attend staff meeting and other mandatory or required in-service
        • Attend assemblies/convocations
        • Responsible for knowing the policies of the housing program in regards to:
          • visitation
          • fire evacuation
          • tornado and severe weather
          • disciplinary actions
          • termination
          • first aid and medical emergency
        • Oversees the daily operations of his/her residence hall
      • salary

        • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience

    Application Process

    Application materials must include a letter of interest, resume, academic unofficial transcript(s), and names, titles, addresses and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references. These materials should be emailed to dlangley@jarvis.edu .

    Dorothy Langley, Director

    Office of Human Resources

    Jarvis Christian College

    Hwy. 80 E, PR 7631

    P.O. Box 1470 Hawkins, Texas 75765 Phone: (903) 730-4890 x2901 HR Facsimile: (903) 769-2011

    Electronic submissions are encouraged and should be sent to dlangley@jarvis.edu

    Applications are accepted on a revolving basis and kept on-file for a period of one year.

    In accordance with College regulations, finalists for any position will be subject to criminal background investigation.

    Jarvis Christian College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.


Contributions can be sent to:
Office of Institutional Advancement
Jarvis Christian College
P.O. Box 1470
Hawkins, TX 75765