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Assistant Director of Residence Life

Assistant Registrar

Director of Graduate and Adult Studies

Information Security Officer

Institutional Researcher

Network Administrator

Seton Hill University is committed to having a faculty and staff that reflects the diversity of our global population. AA/EOE.   


Assistant Director of Residence Life

Posted: July 13, 2018

Seton Hill University, a Catholic, liberal arts coeducational institution invites applications for Assistant Director of Residence Life.  The Assistant Director of Residence Life is a live-in, full-time, 12-month professional position responsible for creating and maintaining a campus environment rooted in the Four Pillars of learning, serving, welcoming, and celebrating; supervising two Resident Directors, approximately 7-10 Resident Assistants, and 1 Head Resident Assistant; creating and implementing a residential curriculum and programs; planning and executing RA training and selection; providing leadership in upholding student community standards; planning and leading building openings and closings; and participating in the on-call duty rotation. This position reports directly to the Director of Residence Life.

Qualifications:  Masters degree in Student Affairs or related field; two to three years of student life experience at the professional level; excellent oral and written communication skills; the ability to work on multiple programs and activities simultaneously; computer knowledge; and supervisory skills.  Candidates should also possess an understanding of student development theory and must have an appreciation for and congruence with the Catholic mission of the University.

Interested and qualified applicants should email their cover letter, resume, and three references to Cory Campbell, 1 Seton Hill Drive 212K, Greensburg, PA 15601; or, electronically (preferred) to ccampbell@setonhill.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.


Assistant Registrar

Posted: July 13, 2018

Seton Hill University seeks applications for an Assistant Registrar.  The start date for this position is August 15, 2018 or as soon as possible.  This is a highly technical position which requires an understanding of curriculum, the use of several software applications and a high level of attention to detail. This position reports to the Registrar. 

Essential responsibilities include but are not limited to: evaluation and placement of transfer and related credits for all undergraduate students; oversight and administration of advising module within Jenzabar EX and Prior Learning Assessment (PLA); prepare and process official advising worksheet report within Jenzabar; develop, maintain and catalog historical data within Jenzabar EX; maintain and review articulation agreements held with area community colleges; assist with establishing new articulation agreements; review current curriculum and business processes and identify ways to enhance student experience.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree and prior experience in a college/university registrar or admissions office is required.  Prior transcript evaluation or other related experience is preferred.  Candidates should possess excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

Interested and qualified applicants should email their cover letter, resume and a list of three references to Jennifer Zemba at jzemba@setonhill.edu  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  


Director of Graduate and Adult Studies

Posted: June 5, 2018

Seton Hill University invites applications for Director of Graduate and Adult Studies.  This position is responsible for providing administrative oversight of adult degree completion and graduate programs. The incumbent will work directly with the Provost, university Deans, and the Office of Innovation and Academic Planning to develop new academic programs aimed at non-traditional and graduate student populations. The Director will work in conjunction with the Vice President for Enrollment Management and the Director of Marketing to market and recruit adult and graduate students to the university. This position reports to the president of the university and supervises the staff in the Office of Graduate and Adult Studies.

A master’s degree is required; terminal degree preferred. A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible management experience in an education environment, preferably in the area of adult and graduate education is required.  Must be able to work evenings and weekends, and travel as needed.  

Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to jzemba@setonhill.edu or Seton Hill University, Director of Graduate and Adult Studies Search, 1 Seton Hill Drive – 270K, Greensburg, PA 15601. 


Information Security Officer

Posted: June 15, 2018

The Computer and Information Technology Department has an immediate opening for an Information Security Officer (ISO).  This position is responsible for the institution’s total information security needs and the development and delivery of a comprehensive information security strategy to optimize the security posture of the university.  This position leads the development and implementation of a security program that leverages collaborations and campus-wide resources, facilitates information security governance, advises senior leadership on security direction and resource investments, and designs appropriate policies to manage information security risk. This position deals with a variety of complex issues that require in-depth theoretical and functional knowledge. The ISO is responsible for securing private data of faculty, staff and students, as well as working with researchers to design the information infrastructure necessary to support research that may use sensitive or confidential information.  The ISO will be responsible for institution wide information security, including support for any new SHU facilities in downtown Greensburg.

A degree in a technical discipline (or equivalent experience) and prior experience as an Information Security Officer developing and administering an information security program is required.  Experience in a complex higher education environment highly preferred.  Demonstrated success in working with Internal Audit, System Auditors and/or outside consultants in a lead capacity to coordinate representation of institutional technology systems and practices is preferred. Professional certification (e.g., CISSP) is highly desirable.   

Incumbent must also have the ability to effectively convey information in-person and in writing; ability to prioritize multiple tasks; ability to work well individually and/or as a member of a team; ability to remain calm and professional in stressful situations; have excellent customer service and interpersonal skills; and must be able to combine standing/walking 70% to 100% of a shift and lift up to 35 pounds occasionally.

The ISO position reports to the Vice President for Information Technology, CIO.  This position does not have any supervisory responsibilities.

Review of applications will begin on July 1, 2018 and continue until the successful candidate is identified. If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume, cover letter with salary expectation and 3 references to shuitsearch@setonhill.edu


Institutional Researcher

Posted: March 27, 2018

Seton Hill University invites qualified applicants for the position of Institutional Researcher to begin July 1, 2018 or as soon as possible. 

The Institutional Researcher will coordinate and manage the submission of data to external agencies and assist with accreditation and grant reporting.  The incumbent will be charged with providing analysis of the results of surveys to the University. The Institutional Researcher will collect, analyze, and interpret institutional data to benefit strategic planning and assessment.  The Instructional Researcher will design, monitor and maintain systematic data collection across various areas of the University.  This position is responsible for facilitating the program review process by supervising the development of assessment systems and by providing consultation and training. 

Incumbent is expected to have demonstrated advanced knowledge and abilities in the areas of:

• collecting, analyzing, and applying data to decision-making; 

• statistical analysis methods and techniques and qualitative inquiry; 

• database management systems; 

• information technology literacy; 

• knowledge of relational database design and management and familiarity in a major database package (ie. MS Excel, SQL Server, Tableau, Infomaker, etc.); 

• experience with higher education administrative/student information systems; 

• familiarity with web survey administration software, such as Qualtrics

Requirements include a minimum of a Master’s degree in an appropriately related field and two or more years of experience in applying those skills in a field related to educational or institutional planning, or a combination of education, training, and experience leading to competencies is required.  Incumbent must be able to prioritize multiple projects in an independent environment and manage multiple projects concurrently to meet strict deadlines.  Effective oral and written communication and the ability to develop strong working relationships with multiple campus partners is required. This position reports to the Provost and interacts with members of the President’s Council.

Full position description

To apply, send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, salary expectations, official transcripts and three current letters of reference to Jennifer Zemba, Seton Hill University, 1 Seton Hill Drive, Greensburg, PA 15601; or, electronically (preferred) to jzemba@setonhill.edu.  


Network Administrator

Posted: June 20, 2018

Seton Hill University has an immediate opening for a Network Administrator.  

The Network Administrator assists the Network Director with effective planning, developing, provisioning, installation, configuration, optimization, and support of the network and related infrastructure. The Network Administrator has a hands-on technical role responsible for administering and supporting our systems, analyzing and resolving hardware and software problems quickly and accurately.  The Network Administrator works closely with other IT staff and end users to ensure users are receiving the best service and support possible.  The Network Administrator takes a shared role in being on call 24 hours per day, seven days a week to ensure that the University network remains online and secure.  Some evening and weekend work will be required.  

Required abilities include attention to detail, good organizational skills, communication skills, proven analytical and problem-solving abilities, a strong work ethic and an extensive knowledge of typical computer infrastructure (wireless; switching and routing; firewalls; traffic monitoring and control devices; LAN fiber and cabling).   Bachelor's degree in computer science plus 3 years in the field or equivalent work experience. Professionalism and prioritization are expected at all times.

Preferred abilities include security, scripting, cabling, LINUX, Windows Server, Extreme Networks, Fortinet and public speaking(e.g. student classes during orientation).  Candidate must also perform all other duties as assigned in support of the mission of the Information Technology department and Seton Hill University.

Review of applications will begin on July 1, 2018 and continue until the successful candidate is identified. If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume, cover letter with salary expectation and 3 references to shuitsearch@setonhill.edu