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Posted: March 21, 2019
There is currently a full-time opening for an Administrative Assistant to provide administrative and clerical support to The School of Education and Applied Social Sciences and the Child Development Center (CDC). The hours for this position are Monday through Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM and Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
This position is responsible for providing administrative support for the Dean of the School of Education and Applied Social Science, the Director of Graduate Programs and all School full-time and adjunct faculty.
A high school diploma (or equivalent), administrative and computer skills are required. The incumbent must have working knowledge of Microsoft office software programs and Google Docs. The incumbent must excel in both written and verbal communications.
This position reports directly to the Dean of the School of Education and Applied Social Sciences and collaborates with the Director of Graduate Programs and the Director of Field Experiences.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
- Administrative coordination for all student teaching
- Manages registration and communication for the Child Development Center
- Maintain School records including all student clearances
- Types all reports and necessary external correspondence
- Coordinates the publication of all program materials
- Oversees budgets for the School, including course fees, and the Child Development Center
- Develops data base and maintains information for accreditation
- Coordinates faculty travel and processes purchase order request forms, travel expenses, etc.
- Assists in coordination of searches, maintains applicant information, coordinates travel and agenda for faculty interviews
- Schedules and publicizes graduate student presentations and general functions related to the School
- Maintains the School’s information, postings and announcements on the external website
- Maintains and collects course and enrollment information for the School
- Collects and tracks all course syllabi and faculty office hours
- Schedules and takes minutes at Education Major and School monthly meetings
- Greet and assist students and visitors
- Maintain office inventories
- Supervise work study students
- Provides support for any additional projects, accreditation and program approvals or reviews
- Perform all other duties as required
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and cover letter or application for employment from Human Resources to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: January 23, 2019
Seton Hill University has an immediate opening for an EdTech Technician in its Innovative Teaching & Learning Center.
The Innovative Teaching & Learning Center EdTech Technician (ETT) directly supervises the work study team employed to support the Center’s initiatives, manages the equipment loan inventory, coordinates reservations for Center studio spaces, and provides back up support to the LMS Manager. The Center ETT also provides support for all activities conducted through the Innovative Teaching & Learning Center with a primary focus on in-class presentations and media recordings.
Requirements include a minimum of two years of relevant computer-related software experience and/or video production/media support within an Apple ecosystem and higher education environment. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate competence in using and troubleshooting software applications and video/media production processes in classroom, lab, and office settings. The successful candidate must possess strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, strong customer service orientation and experience working both individually and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. The candidate must be highly self-motivated and directed and have the ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment. This position may require travel. This position is indoors and may require infrequent lifting of approximately 25 pounds.
Must be willing to work regularly scheduled shifts, including day and evening shift assignments, to facilitate coverage: 12pm - 8pm (M-R) and 8am - 5pm (F) with some occasional additional off-hours and holidays.
This position reports to reports to the Director of the Innovative Teaching & Learning Center.
- Work directly with University constituents to provide support in the classroom integration of educational technology tools
- Coordinate, manage, and conduct in-class recording sessions
- Manage the Center work study hiring process using both written forms and the University’s online work study system
- Coordinate work study team members to support Center events as needed (e.g., iTeach SHU Gallery, etc.)
- Establish, maintain, and approve overall and individual work study schedules; resolve scheduling conflicts related to work study team as necessary
- Conduct professional development training for work study team members in all apps, soft skills, and hardware necessary to support Center constituents
- Participate in regular meetings with Center personnel and various user groups as needed
- Manage the inventory of lendable equipment and the associated online tracking system
- Coordinate reservations for Podcast and Media Studio spaces in Reeves Learning Commons
- Coordinate the equipment maintenance, upgrades, and updates for the Podcast and Media Studios
- Provide support as needed with regard to Center events and activities
- Maintain effective and accurate documentation for all processes and procedures related to the Center ETT position, including a summary performance report each semester and annual overall report
- Perform all other duties as assigned
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to: email@example.com Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Posted: September 11, 2018
The Maintenance Department has a part-time opening for a Stationary Engineer to stabilize the operation of the boilers, pumps, air compressors, fans, and roof top units for campus buildings, emphasizing efficiency and safety.
The Stationary Engineer must be able to determine the reason for a boiler shut down and to decide what steps should be taken to resolve any related complications. The incumbent is accountable for the achievement of established goals and objectives.
This position requires a high school diploma, a Stationary Engineer’s license OR PA State Association license, knowledge and experience in various trade, mechanical, chemical, and mathematical skills, are necessary. This position involves affixing pipelines, therefore, experience in using hand and power tools, is required.
This position reports directly to the Lead Stationary Engineer; there are no supervisory responsibilities.
- Transcribes a Boiler Room Shift Report and a Building Status Report, for the Main Boiler Plant, Bayley Hall, Lynch, Library, St. Mary’s, Havey, Brownlee Farrell and DeChantal Dormitories, Performing Arts Center and Field House
- Maintains the proper operation of boiler, plumbing, electrical systems and emergency generators on campus.
- Responds to unanticipated calls from students, faculty and sisters concerning heat complications.
- Checks all gas, water and steam leaks during rounds.
- Performs chemical tests on disassembled and reassembled boilers.
- Performs all other duties as assigned.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and covering letter, or application for employment from Human Resources, to: Bill Vokes, Director of Maintenance and Grounds, Seton Hill University -Box 168, Greensburg, PA 15601-15099