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Network and Windows Analyst

Network and Windows Analyst

Description:

Under the general direction of the Chief Technology officer, the Network and Windows Analyst is responsible for network/phone systems, software and services supporting College operations. This includes but is not limited to the connectivity of campus connections, private network connections, and phone system updates, Blackboard Transact ID and Access IP Camera systems, software and support.

The position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills that are regularly exercised to communicate solutions to the appropriate College constituencies. This successful candidate will be responsible for keeping up-to-date in a range of technical disciplines, and familiarity with industry standards and best practices are expected of this role. This individual will be responsible for the overall health of network, Blackboard Transact system and phone systems and services, and will work closely with the Chief Technology officer to develop budgetary planning for network improvements.

Duties and Essential Responsibilities:

  • Provide high quality support to College customers. Work with teams and team members to provide our customers an excellent experience.
  • Maintain, update, and replace networking and computer systems equipment as needed.
  • Understand and document budgetary requirements, solution methodologies, and common practices.
  • Responsible for the documentation and diagramming of our environment.
  • Install, upgrade, troubleshoot, diagnose networking and phone system related issues.
  • Provide documentation, training resources and training for internal and external audiences.
  • Document resolutions and assist with network and phone related tickets and projects.
  • Follow standard departmental procedures and instructions provided by supervisors.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Specifications and Requirements:

Required

  • Ability to oversee network, phone, user support, and software server system projects to completion, and remain involved as required.
  • High aptitude for learning new technologies and strong critical thinking skills that will help to determine how these new technologies should be applied.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Cisco networking and phone services in a higher educational setting.
  • Proven ability to exercise independent thinking and judgment to carry out duties in a timely manner.
  • Proven ability to prioritize duties when faced with interruptions, distractions, and fluctuating workload.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills, and advanced written and verbal skills.
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide range of customers in a diverse campus environment.
  • Strong commitment to customer service and teamwork.
  • Thorough understanding of networks and phone systems and proven experience in working with these systems.
  • Skill in troubleshooting network and phone services in a higher education setting.
  • Excellent problem solving skills, with proven organizational skills.
  • Knowledge of industry trends and best practices.

Required Qualifications

  • 1-3 years of experience in an IT related field.
  • 1-3 years of experience working with network and phone systems and services.
  • Experience with wireless networking and networking security.
  • Experience with Cisco switch/firewall configuration and support
  • Experience with Windows Server configuration and support

Desired Qualifications

  • 5+ years of experience in an IT related field.
  • Technical Certifications (Examples: MCITP, A+, CISCO CCNA, NETWORK+)
  • Prior experience providing support in an academic environment.
  • Demonstrated experience in using Microsoft technologies.
  • Familiarity with Cisco Call Manager phone systems, Cisco networking, Meraki WI-FI, and SolarWinds.
  • Vmware experience with configuration and support.
  • Bachelor's Degree in a computing or related field.

Compensation and Benefits:

The salary is commensurate with education and experience. Benefits include medical, dental, vision and life insurance benefits, contributory retirement plan, TSA (403b), 11 paid holidays per year, and other benefits.

Required Work Hours

The normal work schedule is Monday – Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Scheduled work hours may vary from time-to-time based on institutional need; including added evening hours and/or weekend work as needed. Incumbent must be willing to travel overnight for professional development.

Physical Work Environment

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; to verbally communicate to exchange information, and to occasionally travel to other offices or locations to attend meetings or to pick up or deliver materials.

To Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to: Mark Joyner, mjoyner@louisburg.edu. Position will remain open until filled.

Campus Police Officer

Louisburg College, the oldest, private, church-related, residential two-year college in the nation, located approximately 30 minutes North of Raleigh North Carolina is currently seeking applications for the position of Full-time Campus Police Officer. Responsibilities will include foot and vehicular patrols while performing the typical duties of a municipal police officer on a small, private, residential college campus. This position also entails a number of security related functions. Other miscellaneous duties may be assigned as directed by the Chief of Campus Police.

Requirements:

High School Diploma or GED required. Campus law enforcement experience is preferred, but not necessary. Chosen applicants must be at least 20 years of age with a satisfactory criminal and driving history. Chosen applicants must be able to obtain a police commission from the North Carolina Attorney General.

North Carolina Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) certification or is required at the time of hire!

Benefits:

TIAA-CREF 503(b) retirement plan and a comprehensive Blue Cross/Blue Shield medical plan.
Free college-level classes for employee and his/her dependent children.

To Apply:

Submit a letter of interest and resume that includes five references to: jathomas@louisburg.edu.

You may also hand deliver resume to Louisburg College Campus Police Department, Davis Hall, Room 100, or:

Mail to: Louisburg College
Attention: Director of Campus Safety and Police
501 North Main Street
Louisburg NC 27549

Vice President of Academic Life and Dean of the Faculty

Louisburg College invites applications for the position of Vice President of Academic Life and Dean of Faculty. The Vice President of Academic Life serves as the Chief Academic Officer for the institution, is a member of the President’s Cabinet, and reports directly to the President.  The Vice President of Academic Life is responsible for educational policy, academic programs, assessment of student learning and advancement of student success, curriculum development, and accreditation.

 

About Louisburg College

Louisburg College is a two-year, private, liberal arts college related by faith with the United Methodist Church, located in Louisburg, North Carolina, thirty miles north of the state capital, Raleigh.  Founded in 1787, Louisburg College currently averages an enrollment of 650 and is a minority serving institution. The student body is 68% minorities, 80% Pell Grant eligible, and 40% athletes. Louisburg College offers a course of study made up of foundational general education requirements that prepare students to successfully transfer to four-year institutions for completion of bachelor’s degrees and beyond.

Louisburg College emphasizes student development, the primacy of teaching, and promotes the scholarship of teaching. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 13:1, LC provides a unique opportunity for students to learn in a hands-on environment.  Students can pursue the Associate of Arts in General College degree, the Associate of Science in General Science degree, the Associate of Science in General Science – STEM degree, the Associate of Science in Business degree, and the Associate of Arts in Education degree.

Louisburg College has 13 athletic teams that compete in the NJCAA. With a history of athletic success, the college continues to field nationally ranked athletic teams.

 

Community

The town of Louisburg is located in Franklin County, North Carolina.  A small town, Louisburg is close to the capital of North Carolina, Raleigh, as well as the nationally recognized Research Triangle.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in education, leadership, an academic discipline, or other related field
  • Documented experience teaching at the college or university level
  • Documented experience working successfully within a diverse student body
  • Experience in setting and controlling multiple budgets
  • Documented experience of at least three (3) years in Academic Affairs administration
  • Documented evidence of continual improvement in graduation rate of a diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic student body
  • Experience in campus-wide strategic planning and implementation, including ongoing improvement in efficiency, effectiveness, and support
  • Documented experience in oversight of accreditation by a regional accrediting body
  • Three (3) years of progressively responsible supervisory leadership experience in higher education
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Earned doctorate in education, leadership, academic discipline, or other related field
  • Three (3) years of full-time faculty status
  • Documented oversight of SACS accreditation

 

Responsibilities

  • Supervises faculty, professional development staff, Registrar’s Office, Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Associate Academic Dean, the Academic Division Chairs, Director of Library Services, Chief Technology Officer, Honors Program Director, Great Futures Career and Transfer Coach, Director of the First Year Seminar, Director of the Norris Theatre, and Director of Learning Partners & Accessibility Services
  • Provides academic and administrative leadership, fostering a collaborative and collegial student-centered environment
  • Evaluates curriculum and all phases of the entire academic program of the College
  • Promotes the scholarship of teaching
  • Coordinates grant writing in support of Academic Life
  • Participates in regional organizations, such as the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU), and national organizations related to higher education
  • Advocates for the faculty, encouraging teaching excellence and student success
  • Assists with planning to meet the needs of a diverse student body
  • Manages the development and implementation of educational programs
  • Supports the evaluation of faculty and instruction
  • Evaluates division chairs (annually) and faculty for promotion
  • Mediates resolutions of problems between students and faculty and other groups
  • Manages the creation of faculty load report
  • Leads the SACSCOC accreditation process
  • Works closely with other Vice Presidents as a member of the President’s Cabinet
  • Advocates on behalf of the Faculty Senate and the Faculty Affairs Committee to the President and the President’s Cabinet
  • Oversees the recruitment and hiring of faculty, making recommendations to the President
  • Directs the creation and maintenance of transfer articulation agreements
  • Plans, in collaboration with administration and faculty, the academic calendar
  • Investigates all allegations of violations of the academic integrity policy, communicates decisions on such, and implements any sanctions
  • Coordinates the development of course and examination schedules for each academic term
  • Prepares and presents reports and resolutions to the Board of Trustees
  • Coordinates meetings of the Learning Enterprise Committee (sub-committee of the Board of Trustees) in collaboration with the trustee committee chair
  • Generates contracts for faculty and administrative staff under his or her supervision
  • Coordinates annual review and update of the College Catalog
  • Coordinates revisions to the College website related to Academic Life
  • Coordinates induction, convocation, Awards Day, and commencement exercises
  • Monitors retention rates and encourages retention initiatives
  • Maintains credential files for faculty and applicable staff
  • Coordinates institutional Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) efforts
  • Chairs Academic Council, Committee of Division Chairs and Executive Directors, and QEP Committee
  • Participates in new student orientation sessions, open houses, and pre-registration events
  • Prepares weekly report to the President’s Cabinet
  • Serves on other committees as assigned

 

Additional Abilities:

  • Competency in the utilization of appropriate databases and the use of data in making decisions
  • Ability to articulate a clear academic vision
  • Ability to communicate effectively with faculty, administration, and students
  • Ability to collaborate with faculty and administration
  • Knowledge of technological requirements in higher education

 

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Deadline for applying: March 20, 2018

 

Preferred start date: June 1, 2018

 

Prospective candidates: Email a cover letter and CV to the Chair of the Search Committee:
Tommy Jenkins
Associate Professor of English
Humanities Division Chair
tjenkins@louisburg.edu

Candidates will be asked to provide references after preliminary review and screening. Confidentiality will be maintained in the search process; references will be contacted only with the explicit consent of the applicant.

Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran's status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

Science Lab Facilitator

Requires a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a science laboratory-related area from a regionally-accredited institution.  Preferred areas of concentration include health, biology, microbiology, chemistry, or medical technology.  A minimum of four years’ experience in a professional lab is desirable.

 

POSITION TITLE: Science Lab Facilitator

DIVISION: Mathematics & Science

SALARY: Commensurate with Experience

REPORTS TO: Division Chair Mathematics and Science     

10 month part time position (August 7-May 15, not to exceed 26 hours per week; June 20-July 20, not to exceed 15 hours per week); weekly timesheet submission required; schedule determined in conjunction with the Division Chair.

TERM: Summer 18 and Fall 18

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Requires a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a science laboratory-related area from a regionally-accredited institution. 
  • Minimum of one year experience in a professional lab.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Preferred areas of concentration include biology, chemistry, microbiology, or medical technology. 
  • Four years’ experience in a professional lab is desirable.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Position Summary: The Science Lab Assistant is primarily responsible for laboratory preparation for instructional faculty, stockroom upkeep, assessing needs and maintaining inventory.

  • Essential duties are focused on supporting science faculty, specifically through collaboratively:
  • Preparing and cleaning up weekly lab exercises:
  • Identifying and laying out of glassware and other materials needed for student/instructor use during lab sessions
  • Preparing solutions to be used during lab sessions
  • Identifying and replacing glassware and other materials as needed
  • Inspecting primary and satellite hazardous material storage sites, including the chemical storage room, bio prep area, and any lab space deemed a satellite waste collection/storage site
  • Collecting and cleaning of glassware used during lab sessions
  • Storing glassware, unused chemicals and/or solutions, and other lab materials
  • Assisting with the creation / revision of lab manuals
  • Maintaining preparation manuals, safety records, and Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Oversee storage of hazardous waste and annual removal
  • Consulting with faculty on experiments and lab techniques
  • Maintaining an inventory of chemicals / lab materials / Department supplies
  • Performing or scheduling appropriate routine maintenance of departmental instruments
  • Suggesting and completing purchases (with prior approval in writing of Division Chair)
  • Coordinating and supervising work-study students
  • Ensuring  compliance with current safety requirements, maintaining compliance of labs with federal, state, and local regulations
  • Performing related tasks as assigned by the Executive Director of Science

TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least two references to Dan Bartholomew at dbartholomew@louisburg.edu

Part-Time Instructor of Mathematics, Fall 2018

POSITION TITLE: Instructor of Mathematics, part-time Fall 18

DIVISION: Mathematics & Science

SALARY: Commensurate with Experience

REPORTS TO: Executive Director Mathematics & Science

TERM:  9 months per annual contract (Aug-May) with summer school option. Position begins part time summer 18, potential for full-time August 2018.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Master's Degree in Math or Math Education
  • Minimum of 18 graduate hours in Mathematics from a regionally accredited institution
  • One year experience teaching at the college level

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Three years experience teaching at the college level.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach a variety of math classes (fifteen contact hours per semester), ranging from Developmental Math through Pre-calculus.
  • Serve as a Math Lab Tutor.
  • Serve as an academic advisor.
  • Participate in curriculum development and serve on College committees as necessary.
  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities.
  • Maintain scheduled office hours and participate in division activities.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Division Chair, the Vice President of Academic Life or the President of the College.

TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least two references to Dan Bartholomew at dbartholomew@louisburg.edu

 

 

Part-Time Instructor of Mathematics, Summer 2018

POSITION TITLE: Instructor of Mathematics, part-time Summer 18

DIVISION: Mathematics & Science

SALARY: Commensurate with Experience

REPORTS TO: Executive Director Mathematics & Science

TERM:  Position begins part time summer 18, potential for full-time August 2018.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Master's Degree in Math or Math Education
  • Minimum of 18 graduate hours in Mathematics from a regionally accredited institution
  • One year experience teaching at the college level

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Three years experience teaching at the college level.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach a variety of math classes (fifteen contact hours per semester), ranging from Developmental Math through Pre-calculus.
  • Serve as a Math Lab Tutor.
  • Serve as an academic advisor.
  • Participate in curriculum development and serve on College committees as necessary.
  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities.
  • Maintain scheduled office hours and participate in division activities.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Division Chair, the Vice President of Academic Life or the President of the College.

TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least two references to Dan Bartholomew at dbartholomew@louisburg.edu

 

 

Part-Time Instructor of Biology

POSITION TITLE: Part time Instructor of Biology

DIVISION: Mathematics & Science

SALARY: Commensurate with Experience

REPORTS TO: Division Chair Mathematics and Science

TERM: Fall 18

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Master's Degree in Science.
  • Minimum of 18 graduate hours in Biology from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Minimum of one year teaching experience at the college level.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Three years experience teaching at the college level.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach a variety of Biology courses (up to 12 contact hours per semester)
  • Keep regular office hours.
  • Serve as a Biology tutor.
  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities.
  • Other duties as assigned by the division chair.

 

TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least two references to Dan Bartholomew at dbartholomew@louisburg.edu

 

 

Full-Time Instructor or Assistant Professor of English

POSITION TITLE: Instructor or Assistant Professor of English (Full-Time)

DIVISION: Humanities

REPORTS TO: Humanities Division Chair

TERM: 9 month

START DATE: August 2018

SALARY: Commensurate with experience

BENEFITS: Comprehensive health insurance plan (dental optional), retirement plan, professional development opportunities

QUALIFICATIONS: A Master's Degree in English from a regionally accredited institution is required. Classroom teaching experience is required.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Full-time faculty teach fifteen contact hours per semester.   Faculty must be capable of teaching a variety of English courses, including developmental courses. In addition to teaching and keeping regular office hours, full-time faculty members are required to participate in Division and faculty meetings, class registration, and student advisement; Faculty also serve on committees, contribute positively to the Louisburg College community, and  assume other duties as assigned by the Division Chair, the Vice President of Academic Life, or the President of the College.

To Apply: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and at least three references to Tommy Jenkins, Humanities Division Chair, at tjenkins@louisburg.edu.

 

Assistant Director of Housing and Residence Life

POSITION TITLE: Assistant Director of Housing & Residence Life – Leadership & Development

DIVISION: Student Life

REPORTS TO: Director of Housing and Residence Life

Position Description

The Assistant Director for Leadership & Development serves as a vital member of the Residence Life team.  As an educator, the Assistant Director works closely with the Director of Housing & Residence Life to help fulfill the institutional and Student Life department missions regarding the development, oversight, and success of a residential community comprised of multiple facilities where first and second-year students reside.  This position will lead efforts to select, train, supervise, and evaluate up to 25 paraprofessional staff; serve as a student conduct-hearing officer for their residential area; serve as advisor to the Emerging Leaders living learning community (LLC), Residence Hall Association, and/or other student organizations; develop professional relationships with College stakeholders; and serve on departmental and College committees.  Professional development is expected and supported via funding for professional organization memberships and conferences as well as internal training programs.  As a 12-month position, summer assignments will include SOAR (Summer Orientation and Registration), summer camps/conferences, and summer school.   

 

Remuneration

The Assistant Director position is a 12-month, full-time, live-in position.  Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and education.  ADs are provided with an apartment, paid utilities, full meal plan (19 meals per week), a comprehensive medical policy, optional participation in a matched retirement plan, life insurance equal to annual salary, and optional dental and vision plans. 

 

Specifications/Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Higher Education, Student Personnel, or related field preferred.
  • Previous residence hall and supervisory experience required.
  • Crisis and emergency management experience required.
  • Demonstrated skills in the following areas: supervision, conflict resolution, leadership, teamwork, flexibility, and assessment.
  • Ability to handle difficult situations.
  • Ability to lift 25 pounds.
  • Ability to climb multiple flights of stairs.

   

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Staff Supervision:

The Assistant Director directly supervises a student staff of up to 15 paraprofessionals, including Resident Advisors (RAs) and work-study assistants.  Tasks include:

  • Assist with the selection, training, supervision, and regular evaluation of student staff.
    • Develop and facilitate periodic in-service training programs and workshops.
  • Create on-call schedules and maintain time sheets as appropriate.
  • Ensure adherence to job description, College policies, and procedures.
    • Develop an attitude of professionalism and collaboration among RAs.
    • Develop a sense of personal responsibility and accountability among RAs.
  • Conduct regular team meetings as well as individual staff member one-on-ones.
  • Ensure the priority of academics for student staff members.
  • Provide quality mentorship and guidance utilizing student development theory.

 

Student Development:

The Assistant Director is responsible for establishing an environment that is conducive to student success in accordance to the College and departmental missions.  Tasks include:

  • Have an understanding of and be able to apply student development theory.
  • Develop a professional rapport and collaborate with key College stakeholders, including but not limited to Academic Life, Admissions, Facilities, Financial Services, and the Registrar.
  • Develop and implement quality programming for all residential students utilizing appropriate student development theory with an emphasis on the developmental needs of first and second-year students.
  • Intervene with at-risk students to provide a high level of care and support.
  • Engage students by maintaining high visibility in the halls, establishing regular office hours, and participating in campus events. May require some nights and weekends outside of regular on-call responsibilities.
  • Mentor students and student staff and provide guidance regarding academic and social issues.
  • Serve as a liaison between the Office of Student Life and faculty to help improve student retention, class attendance, and academic performance.
  • Provide crisis intervention as appropriate.
  • Establish and encourage an environment that supports an appreciation for diversity and inclusion.
  • Encourage and ensure adherence to College and housing policies by:
    • Educating students about policies, regulations and behavioral expectations.
    • Facilitating student conduct hearings for potential violations.
    • Assigning and enforcing appropriate sanctions for violations using a restorative justice approach.
    • Assisting students in establishing appropriate community standards.
    • Responding to roommate conflicts and providing mediation where appropriate.

 

Residence Hall Administration:

The Assistant Director is responsible for managing daily operations of the residence halls. Tasks include:

  • Communicate with the Director of Housing and Residence Life to ensure accurate occupancy records.
  • Facilitate room changes pursuant to established guidelines.
  • Maintain awareness of the safety features of all residence halls.
  • Maintain awareness and understanding of emergency protocols to include conducting fire drills.
  • Work cooperatively with housekeeping and facilities personnel.
  • Report and follow-up on cleaning, repairs, damage, vandalism, and areas for improvement.
  • Coordinate processes for hall closings and resident check-in/out.
  • Serve in an on-call rotation and proactively visit halls and respond to situations as they arise.
  • Be available and visible around campus and in residence halls.
  • Manage budgets related to residential area and/or other functional assignments.

 

Other Duties

  • Serve on Housing & Residence Life, Student Life, and College committees as assigned.
  • Participate in regular professional development opportunities.
  • Be available for weekends, extended days, official College events, and emergencies as needed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Application Instructions:

Please submit a cover letter detailing your interest in the position, a current resume or curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references. All materials must be saved and submitted as a single PDF file. The PDF file may be submitted via email to Christopher Reid, Director of Housing & Residence Life, creid@louisburg.edu. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and/or until the position is filled. 

Learning Specialist

POSITION TITLE:  Learning Specialist, Faculty

 

DIVISION:  Learning Partners Program

 

Reports To:  Director of Learning Partners and Accessibility Services

 

Compensation: 9-10 month Faculty Salary, commensurate with experience.

Benefits:  Comprehensive health insurance plan, dental, retirement plan, professional development opportunities

 

Start Date:  August 2018

 

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Learning Disabilities, Special Education, Educational Psychology, or equivalent educational experience
  • Teaching experience
  • Experience working with adult-aged students with autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, and attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder
  • Knowledge of general college course content and the ability to teach metacognitive study skills and learning strategies within the realm of course content
  • Passion for learning and looking for creative, innovative ways to teach students how to learn

 

Responsibilities:

  • Individual strategy coaching and content assistance for students with autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, and/or attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder
  • Communication with LP students and their faculty, offering feedback and intervention as needed
  • Communication with parents of students when appropriate
  • Fostering in students increased independence, responsibility, self-monitoring of learning, and self-advocacy
  • Training students on assistive technologies
  • Academic advising that spans course, schedule, and educational management
  • Proctoring exams and teaching students the proctoring procedures
  • Maintaining accurate records of learning sessions and attendance
  • Program planning
  • Attending weekly staff meetings, LP events, and college-wide events/activities
  • Completing summary letters for students after final exams
  • Serving on committees of the College
  • Ongoing professional development/coach training
  • Additional duties as assigned by the director

 

To Apply:

Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and contact information for at least three professional references to Robin Faulkner, Director of Learning Partners and Accessibility Services, rfaulkner@louisburg.edu.

Full-Time Instructor of Sociology

POSITION TITLE: Instructor of Sociology (full-time)

DIVISION: Business Studies and Social Science

TERM: 9 months per annual contract (August – May) with summer school option. Position begins August 8, 2018

BENEFITS: Professional development opportunities along with the following voluntary benefit options: 403 (B), retirement plan, medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Master’s Degree in Sociology with 18 graduate hours within the sociology discipline from a regionally accredited institution is required.  Doctorate preferred, but not required. Experience teaching at the college level is also preferred.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:  Full-time faculty will teach fifteen (15) contact hours (five classes) per semester across the spectrum of sociology courses offered at the college. In addition, the full-time faculty member will keep regular office hours.

Additional information is available through the Louisburg College Catalog and Faculty Handbook found on the college’s website: http://www.louisburg.edu

To Apply: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, official undergraduate and graduate transcripts as well as contact information for at least three professional references to: Dr. Kelvin Spragley, Business Studies and Social Science Division Chair, at kspragley@louisburg.edu

*Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Louisburg College is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Director of Communications

POSITION TITLE:  Director of Communications

 

DIVISION:  Institutional Advancement

 

REPORTS TO:  Vice President of Institutional Advancement

 

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:  Salary based on education and experience. Comprehensive health insurance plan (dental and vision optional) and retirement plan. Professional development opportunities.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

The Director of Communications is responsible for the creation, implementation and coordination of a comprehensive communications program for Louisburg College.

 

The director will work to promote the College to its internal and external communities, increase and maintain the College’s visibility to potential students and donors and develop and promote an understanding of the College’s programs, activities and policies.

 

The director oversees the College’s print publications, advertising and public relations.  The director also develops and implements strategies to grow awareness and positive perceptions of the College and supports efforts to increase fundraising, student enrollment and retention.  These include but are not limited to:

 

Media Relations

  • Handling of all media-related inquiries.
  • Actively working with faculty, students, staff, coaches and alumni to generate stories of interest to local and regional print and broadcast media.
  • Cultivating positive relationships with members of the media.
  • Writing and distributing press releases and advisories.

 

Social Media

  • Developing and executing a comprehensive social media plan for the College.
  • Using multiple platforms of social media to reach different communities of the College.

 

Publications

  • Developing and maintaining a communications style guide for the College.
  • Editing Columns, the newsmagazine for alumni and friends once a year.
  • Producing newsletters, bi-monthly and quarterly updates for alumni and donors.
  • Working with faculty and staff to develop content for College publications.
  • Working with the Manager of Creative Services to ensure that all external publications for external audiences are consistent, attractive and meet institutional standards.

 

Website

  • Maintaining news and event databases.
  • Working with the Manager of Creative Services to ensure that website content is accurate and up-to-date, including updating content on web pages, as required.

 

 

Marketing

  • Developing, planning and coordinating all image advertisements.
  • Working with members of the faculty and staff to develop content for advertisements.
  • Working to develop and execute the College’s strategic marketing plan.

 

Other

  • Serve as staff photographer at a variety of College events.
  • Support the Vice President for Institutional Advancement in marketing needs related to fundraising.
  • Support the Vice President for Enrollment in the development of recruitment materials.
  • Work directly with the Vice President of Student Life to help develop and assist in crisis communications, Louisburg College alerts and other student centered communications.
  • Working to develop or assist in any special projects that further the mission of the institution as deemed appropriate by the President or Vice President for Institutional Advancement.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications and Abilities

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in public relations, journalism, communications or related field and three years of experience in media relations, communications planning and management.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Knowledge of the principles, practices and ethics of public relations.
  • Familiarity with contemporary design aesthetics and best practices, preferably related to print and online publications.
  • Ability to work efficiently in a deadline-driven environment and to oversee, prioritize and participate in multiples projects simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of marketing theories and practices.
  • Knowledge of the strategic planning process and possess strategic planning ability.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Experience overseeing a marketing and communications budget.
  • Knowledge in brand creation and management.
  • Proficiency in basic digital photography and photo editing.
  • Ability to lift objects up to 10 pounds and perform job-related duties involving walking, bending, kneeling, etc.
  • Availability to occasionally work evenings and weekends, depending on deadline requirements and special events.
  • Experience in Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe InDesign and Photoshop, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and email marketing systems (i.e. Constant Contact).

Please send a cover letter detailing your interest in the position, resume and three professional references to Chad Barefoot, Vice President of Institutional Advancement at cbarefoot@louisburg.edu.

Incomplete applications and applications received from third-party websites will not be considered.

Full-Time Instructor or Assistant Professor of Developmental English

POSITION TITLE: Instructor or Assistant Professor of Developmental English (Full-Time)

DIVISION: Humanities

REPORTS TO: Humanities Division Chair

TERM: 9 month

START DATE: August 2018

SALARY: Commensurate with experience

BENEFITS: Comprehensive health insurance plan (dental optional), retirement plan, professional development opportunities

QUALIFICATIONS: A Master's Degree in English from a regionally accredited institution is preferred. A minimum of 18 graduate hours in English is required. Classroom teaching experience is required.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Full-time faculty teach fifteen contact hours per semester.   The Instructor or Assistant Professor of Developmental English will teach Developmental courses in reading and writing. In addition to teaching and keeping regular office hours, full-time faculty members are required to participate in Division and faculty meetings, class registration, and student advisement; Faculty also serve on committees, contribute positively to the Louisburg College community, and  assume other duties as assigned by the Division Chair, the Vice President of Academic Life, or the President of the College.

To Apply: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and at least three references to Tommy Jenkins, Humanities Division Chair, at tjenkins@louisburg.edu.

 

Part-Time Instructor of English

POSITION TITLE: Part time Instructor of English

DIVISION: Humanities

SALARY: Commensurate with Experience

REPORTS TO: Division Chair Humanities

START DATE: August, 2018

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Master's Degree in English from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Minimum of 18 graduate hours in English from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Classroom Teaching Experience

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach a variety of English courses, including Developmental English courses.
  • Keep regular office hours.
  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities.
  • Other duties as assigned by the division chair.

 

TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and at least two references to Tommy Jenkins, Humanities Division Chair at tjenkins@louisburg.edu.  

 



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