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Admissions Counselor

Professional Counselor

Professional Counselor/Prevention Specialist

Programmer Analyst

Staff Attorney

Writing Center Assistant Director

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


Admissions Counselor

Posted: December 6, 2021

Seton Hill University, located in Greensburg, PA, seeks applications for an Undergraduate Admissions Counselor. Seton Hill is a leading Catholic coeducational liberal arts university embracing students of all faiths.  Situated 35 miles from Pittsburgh, PA, Seton Hill sits atop 200 beautiful acres among a tree-lined driveway.    

Responsibilities include all aspects of recruiting undergraduate students including extensive travel in and out of state, telemarketing, interviewing prospective students, evaluating applications, and meeting enrollment goals.  

Successful candidates must also have strong public speaking skills and great customer service. 

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree.  Experience in admissions work strongly preferred.  Other marketing and sales experience helpful. Evening and weekend work is required. 

Please email a letter of interest, resume and reference to:  Betty Kokoska at bkokoska@setonhill.edu


Professional Counselor

Posted: January 5, 2022

Seton Hill University is seeking a Pennsylvania Licensed eligible Professional Counselor who has knowledge and experience in providing appropriate clinical services to a college-aged population.  The Counselor will provide those services at the Seton Hill University Counseling. The Professional Counselor/Prevention Specialist position is a full-time 11-month position.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide individual and group counseling using brief therapy models, assessment, crisis intervention, and on-call services to a diverse population of Seton Hill students and refer as appropriate to community-based providers.
  • Based on need and personal strengths coordination duties as assigned: clinical, group, training, outreach, etc.
  • Develop and participate in outreach programs/activities.
  • Use electronic programs (such as internet services, Theranest, CCAPS Assessments, Google Suite) and other tools to enhance the efficacy of the center’s work.
  • Collaborate with other departments within the division.
  • Participate on committees, collaborate, and consult with administrators, faculty, and students.
  • Support and implement University and departmental policies and procedures. 
  • Perform other assigned functions that contribute to the service offerings of Counseling Services 
  • Serve in the on-call rotation 24/7.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:  

The successful candidate must:

  • Have at the minimum a master’s degree in counseling or a closely related discipline.
  • Be licensed, or license eligible, to practice independently (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) according to the regulations of the State of Pennsylvania; must be able to provide documentation of licensure if applicable. 
  • Have experience working with diverse populations and recognize the importance of inclusive excellence.
  • Have had appropriate course work at the graduate level, through an accredited program in their discipline, and demonstrate knowledge, skills and abilities in psychological assessment, theories of personality, abnormal psychology or psychopathology, human development, learning theory, counseling theory, and/or other appropriate subjects. 
  • Demonstrate knowledge of principles of program development, consultation, outreach, developmental theories of the adolescent and adult, and be able to understand the person in the context of a diverse social and cultural milieu.
  • Be willing to serve on call 24/7 rotationally.
  • Acknowledge that while most of this positions time is in office during regular weekdays, that some evenings and weekend workshops and outreach will be necessary. 
  • Have personal attributes that enable the Counselor to facilitate effective interpersonal relationships and to communicate with a wide range of students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

The successful candidate should possess a deep commitment to assist college students in their transition to adulthood and to work cooperatively with the various departments.  We seek a colleague with a strong desire to work at a small, private, Catholic institution committed to a liberal learning environment. A commitment and an ability to engage students in the learning process through programs and personal contact is a must. 

YOUR TEAM:  Counseling Services, housed within the Student Affairs division is a dynamic, evolving division driven by transformational leadership and continuous improvement. We are committed to being a community of inclusive excellence as we live out Seton Hill University’s mission.  We seek team members who are highly motivated, strategic thinkers and relationship builders who thrive on shared governance. We are committed to facilitating student discovery and exploration consistent with the aims of a broad Catholic liberal arts education; offering impactful learning opportunities based on current research and empirical data; cultivating the unique strengths and perspectives of individual students; fostering global awareness, social justice values, and civic engagement; and providing a healthy and vibrant educational environment conducive to holistic well-being.  

REMUNERATION:  11-month position with competitive salary. Retirement, health, dental, and vision, tuition remission for employee and dependents are available as part of a comprehensive benefit package.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires some physical effort, i.e. some standing and walking and manual dexterity in the operation of office equipment; extended periods of time at a keyboard; extended periods of time sitting for counseling sessions with students; occasional hours outside the normal University schedule; serving in the on-call rotation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Please submit a cover letter and resume, with names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references to the Director of Counseling and Disability Services at tbassicook@setonhill.edu or send to Seton Hill University, Counseling Center, 1 Seton Hill Drive, Greensburg, PA  15601.  FAX: 724-830-1867. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled. 


Professional Counselor/Prevention Specialist

Re-posted: December 6, 2021

Seton Hill University is seeking a Pennsylvania Licensed eligible Professional Counselor who has knowledge and experience in providing appropriate clinical services to a college-aged population.  The Counselor will provide those services at the Seton Hill University Counseling Center in addition to conducting the ATOD prevention and intervention services. The Professional Counselor/Prevention Specialist position is a full-time 11-month position.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide individual and group counseling using brief therapy models, assessment, crisis intervention, and on-call services to a diverse population of Seton Hill students and refer as appropriate to community based providers.
  • Coordinate the ATOD program including
    • Facilitation of the Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) program
    • Assure for University compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA)
  • Based on need and personal strengths coordination duties as assigned: clinical, group, training, outreach, etc.
  • Develop and participate in outreach programs/activities.
  • Use electronic programs (such as internet services, Theranest, CCAPS Assessments, Google Suite) and other tools to enhance the efficacy of the center’s work.
  • Collaborate with other departments within the division.
  • Participate on committees, collaborate and consult with administrators, faculty and students.
  • Support and implement University and departmental policies and procedures. 
  • Perform other assigned functions that contribute to the service offerings of Counseling Services 
  • Serve in the on-call rotation 24/7.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:  

  • The successful candidate must:
  • Have at the minimum a master’s degree in counseling or a closely related discipline.
  • Be licensed, or license eligible, to practice independently (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) according to the regulations of the State of Pennsylvania; must be able to provide documentation of licensure. 
  • Have experience working with diverse populations and recognize the importance of inclusive excellence.
  • Have had appropriate course work at the graduate level, through an accredited program in their discipline, and demonstrate knowledge, skills and abilities in psychological assessment, theories of personality, abnormal psychology or psychopathology, human development, learning theory, counseling theory, and/or other appropriate subjects. 
  • Demonstrate knowledge of principles of program development, consultation, outreach, developmental theories of the adolescent and adult, and be able to understand the person in the context of a diverse social and cultural milieu.
  • Be willing to serve on call 24/7 rotationally.
  • Acknowledge that while most of this positions time is in office during regular weekdays, that some evenings and weekend workshops and outreach will be necessary. 
  • Have personal attributes that enable the Counselor to facilitate effective interpersonal relationships and to communicate with a wide range of students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

The successful candidate should possess a deep commitment to assist college students in their transition to adulthood and to work cooperatively with the various departments.  We seek a colleague with a strong desire to work at a small, private, Catholic institution committed to a liberal learning environment. A commitment and an ability to engage students in the learning process through programs and personal contact is a must. 

YOUR TEAM:  Counseling Services, housed within the Student Affairs division is a dynamic, evolving division driven by transformational leadership and continuous improvement. We are committed to being a community of inclusive excellence as we live out Seton Hill University’s mission.  We seek team members who are highly motivated, strategic thinkers and relationship builders who thrive on shared governance. We are committed to facilitating student discovery and exploration consistent with the aims of a broad Catholic liberal arts education; offering impactful learning opportunities based on current research and empirical data; cultivating the unique strengths and perspectives of individual students; fostering global awareness, social justice values, and civic engagement; and providing a healthy and vibrant educational environment conducive to holistic well-being.  

REMUNERATION:  11-month position with competitive salary. Retirement, health, dental, and vision, tuition remission for employee and dependents are available as part of a comprehensive benefit package.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires some physical effort, i.e. some standing and walking and manual dexterity in the operation of office equipment; extended periods of time at a keyboard; extended periods of time sitting for counseling sessions with students; occasional hours outside the normal University schedule; serving in the on-call rotation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Please submit a cover letter and resume, with names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references to the Director of Counseling and Disability Services at tbassicook@setonhill.edu or send to Seton Hill University, Counseling Center, 1 Seton Hill Drive, Greensburg, PA  15601.  FAX: 724-830-1867. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.  


Programmer Analyst

Posted: January 7, 2022

The Information Technology Department has an immediate opening for a Programmer Analyst.  This position is responsible for working with administrative staff to optimize the use of computing technology in support of the business functions of the University.  The Programmer Analyst plans, designs and implements database and web interface solutions using the University Intranet, Jenzabar SIS, Infomaker, portal systems and other vehicles.   This position also serves as a backup for supporting administrative users of the University in their use of various administrative systems.     

Requirements: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in technical discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Experience and skills associated with programming including; design, modification, implementation and maintenance
  • Knowledge of coding languages (e.g. PHP, JavaScript, Java) and experience with frameworks/systems (e.g. Symfony, Git) and version control tools or methods
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server 
  • Experience integrating web services/external APIs
  • Familiarity with Agile development methodologies

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of Coldfusion and web server administration, including hardware, web server environments and software applications

Applicant must also have the ability to effectively convey information in-person, in writing, and through training sessions; have technical writing skills to document instructions for users; desire to work with students, faculty and staff and to facilitate the resolution of their problems; 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 lift up to 35 pounds  occasionally.

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 with the subject line “Programmer/Analyst Application.” 


Staff Attorney

Posted: December 6, 2021

Seton Hill University (Greensburg, PA) is seeking a dynamic, strategic, and results-oriented attorney for the position of Staff Attorney in the Office of the General Counsel.  This position provides broad legal advisory support to the Vice President and General Counsel in managing the broad range of legal matters impacting University administrators, faculty, staff and students.  This is a unique entry-level in-house position that provides the opportunity to learn the many areas of substantive law in a higher education setting,  as well as gain insight and develop judgment from direct and hands-on participation in client meetings, judicial and administrative proceedings. Remote work arrangements (up to half time) are negotiable in accordance with the University’s Remote Work Policy.  

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Staff Attorney is responsible for providing general legal advisory support on the broad scope of legal issues handled by the Office of the General Counsel with particular focus in the following areas:  student affairs, contracts, and compliance with University policies and federal, state and local laws and regulations (including but not limited to NCAA, Title IX, Clery Act, FERPA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans With Disabilities Act).

QUALIFICATIONS

1. J.D. from an accredited law school;

2. Admission to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (or gaining admission within one (1) year of employment);

3. 0-3 years of related legal experience, including:

a.Conducting complex research, preparing summary documents, and rendering oral and written advice on complex and novel legal issues;  

b.Analyzing and interpreting the implementation of constitutional, statutory and administrative rule requirements;

c.Negotiating, drafting, and advising related to various legal documents, including contracts and correspondence; and

d.Preparing, reviewing, and analyzing documents related to subpoenas, document requests, and/or litigation.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

1. Self-starter and detail oriented;

2. Exceptional organizational, time-management, and technology skills;

3. Ability to establish trust and rapport with administrators, faculty, staff and students;

4. Ability to support and strengthen the Catholic mission of the Sisters of Charity and Seton Hill University; and

5. Ability to work effectively and collegially within a diverse University community.

PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

1. Reviewing information and recommending strategic and tactical initiatives in relation to pending or anticipated legal actions;

2. Drafting policies and supporting University policy development and management processes;

3. Supporting internal mechanisms to monitor and enforce compliance with policies, federal and state laws, and regulations;

4. Drafting and negotiating contracts;

5. Preparing and delivering training materials;

6. Presenting various written and oral materials before internal constituents, governmental agencies and external organizations; and 

7. Supporting and advising various University committees and working groups.  

For consideration, qualified applicants must submit a cover letter, resume/C.V., writing sample, and three (3) professional references electronically.

The position is open until filled with the Search Committee reviewing applications no earlier than January 12, 2022 due to the University’s closure for Winter Break.  Only complete applications will be considered.  

Chartered in 1918, Seton Hill University is a leading Catholic coeducational liberal arts university founded by the Sisters of Charity and embracing students of all faiths. Located in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands (yet only 35 miles from Pittsburgh), Seton Hill educates its more than 2000 students to “think and act critically, creatively and ethically as productive members of society committed to transforming the world.”  For more information on the University please visit: www.setonhill.edu.

Diversity is a core value at Seton Hill University. We are passionate about building and sustaining an equitable and inclusive learning and working environment for all students, faculty, and staff. We actively seek to recruit applicants who will contribute to a climate that supports students, faculty, and staff of all identities and backgrounds. 


Writing Center Assistant Director

Posted: December 16, 2021

PURPOSE OF POSITION: To assist in designing and implementing Writing Center services that support the development of students’ composition skills. 

BACKGROUND / SKILLS NECESSARY FOR POSITION:  Requires a master’s degree in education, English, or related field.  Must be able to communicate effectively and must be able to work cooperatively with various constituencies within the university community. Should possess experience working in writing centers, with administrative experience and involvement in presenting workshops preferred. Should exhibit an understanding of and ability to assist others in writing across the disciplines and composing in multiple modalities. Should have experience working directly with developmental students or in learning support programs, as well as knowledge of developmental education theory and practice. Demonstrates computer proficiency and willingness to utilize new technologies, with an understanding of Apple products preferred.

POSITION DUTIES:  

  • Assist the Writing Center Director in planning and carrying out all aspects of managing the Writing Center
  • Ensure Writing Center information is entered into spreadsheets and database, and compile and maintain other required program records and report
  • Aid in supervision of the Writing Center student staff, including schedules, contracts, payroll, and professional development
  • Draft, design, and edit documents and resources for Writing Center and campus use
  • Provide assistance to program students in understanding and developing compositions
  • Do class presentations in study skills classes with TRIO/SSS students
  • Work with Writing Center and other university staff to meet the academic needs of TRIO/SSS students
  • Help develop, organize, promote, and present workshops in and out of classrooms
  • Participate in the planning and completion of the Opportunity Program for underprepared students
  • Attend meetings, workshops, and seminars, as well as read publications, to enhance personal and professional development
  • Collaborate with faculty and staff in order to promote program activities within the university
  • Refer students to other services as needed
  • Serve on university committees

Email cover letter, resume, and three letters of reference to Lynda Sukolsky, Assistant Dean of Academic Enrichment and Retention. sukolsky@setonhill.edu  Application materials submitted by January 15, 2022, receive priority consideration.  Tentative start date of mid-spring 2022.

Seton Hill University is committed to a faculty, staff, and student body that reflect the diversity of our global population.  AA/EOE