Admin Positions

 

Job Opportunities: Administrative Positions


Residence Hall Director

Reporting to the Director of Housing and Residential Life, the Hall Director is responsible for providing a supportive living and learning environment for students of the University while working cooperatively in the selection, training, supervision and evaluation of student staff members.  The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate success working with college students with a progressive and educational focus.  This is a 10 month live-in position.  Starting salary for this position will be $38,000.  The job description is available on-line at:  http://www.easternct.edu/humanresources/jobs/admin-positions/                                  

A Bachelor’s Degree and 2 years of relevant Residential Life or Student Affairs experience is required along with the ability to relate effectively to resident college students and staff.  A Master’s Degree is preferred.  These qualifications may be waived for individuals with appropriate alternate experience.  When applying for the position, please e-mail a cover letter, resume and name/contact information for three professional references to aliceas@easternct.eduApplications will not be considered complete unless all items required are received.  Applications accepted until March 8, 2019.

Contact person: Sonya Alicea, Administrative Assistant, Eastern Connecticut State University, Wood SSC, Room 241, 83 Windham Street, Willimantic, CT 06226.

 

Job Description

EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

POSITION DESCRIPTION

SUOAF-AFSCME 

POSITION TITLE:                ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR OF HOUSING/ RESIDENCE HALL DIRECTOR

RANK:                                    ADMINISTRATOR 2 

Under the general direction of the Vice President of Student Affairs and the immediate direction of the Director of Housing and Residential Life, the Hall Director is responsible for providing a satisfactory living and learning environment for students of the University while working cooperatively in the selection, training, supervision and evaluation of student staff members. This is a 10-month live-in position.

DUTIES

Student Development

  1. Through direct interaction and involvement; works to enhance the development of students in all aspects of residential life.
  2. Acts as a general resources person who provides and refers students for additional services as needed.
  3. Provides academic support under the supervision of the Office of Student Affairs.
  4. Works cooperatively with the Offices of Housing and Residential Life and Judicial Affairs to enforce University rules and regulations.
  5. Works with the Office of Judicial Affairs in reporting Code of Conduct violations and adjudicating assigned cases while also preparing records for the judicial system as required.
  6. Acts as advisor to the Residence Hall Association as assigned building(s) and assists association with monitoring their budget.
  7. Plans, promotes, and implements residence hall programs and initiatives that aid in the academic and personal success of students.
  8. Provides residential students with appropriate academic, vocational, personal, social, and disciplinary counseling.

Administrative

  1. Is aware of the physical condition of the area, reports property damage and physical plan problems and informs the Housing Office whether routine custodial work is being performed satisfactorily.
  2. Supervises student staff in routine room inspection and performs an inspection of entire area physical plant prior to Thanksgiving Vacation, Spring Vacation, and before the last week of classes in each semester.  The Hall Director, in cooperation with the Director of Housing and Residential Life, will perform a final inspection of the physical plant subsequent to departure of all residents.
  3. Maintains inventory of all furniture and equipment assigned to the residential area and reports any missing or damaged equipment immediately. The Hall Director will direct and assist the R.A. Staff and other University Staff in maintaining the facilities in an orderly fashion.
  4. Is responsible for changes in room assignments within the hall, during the semester.
  5. Shall provide assigned office hours and scheduled after-hours/weekend coverage as assigned by the Director of Housing and Residential Life.
  6. Works with the Office of Student Activities to promote residential and campus-wide events within the residential area.
  7. Handles other administrative duties such as: key assignments, ordering new keys, requesting rekeying of rooms, door access control, etc.
  8. Supervises distribution of campus information and distribution of mail to residents.
  9. Prepares housing registration and assignment information for billing.
  10. Develops work schedules for Resident Assistants, Office Assistants, and Duty Assistants within guidelines established.
  11. Administers and monitors assigned Residential Life budgets.
  12. Prepares reports as needed.
  13. Represents Housing & Residential Life, the Division of Student Affairs and the University by serving on committees and by attending conferences, workshops and meetings on or off-campus as needed.
  14. Performs other duties and responsibilities related to those enumerated above which do not alter the basic level of responsibility of the position.

Qualifications:  Ability to relate effectively to resident college students and staff.  A Bachelor’s Degree and 2 years of relevant Residential Life or Student Affairs experience is required.  A Master’s Degree is preferred.  These qualifications may be waived for individuals with appropriate alternate experience.

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Associate Director of Health Services: Nurse Practitioner 
(Emergency/Temporary Appointment)

The Division of Student Affairs at Eastern Connecticut State University is seeking a dynamic Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) to join our college community. Reporting to the Director of Health Services, this position will deliver high quality healthcare to our students. This is a full time, temporary position.

Responsibilities and duties:
Provide direct patient care for Eastern students including wellness care, care of acute illnesses, treatment of injuries and chronic health conditions. Independently evaluate and manage patient care through assessment, diagnosis, diagnostic testing, appropriate treatment, and follow up within the scope of state licensure. Collaborate with and refer to other healthcare professionals for the care of the patient when indicated. Document findings and maintain confidentiality and privacy of patients’ protected health information according to FERPA and HIPAA guidelines. Provide safe, effective, and fiscally responsible care for the patient, department, and the organization.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Current license as a registered nurse, RN, in the State of Connecticut
Completion of a Nurse Practitioner program with a concentration in Adult and/or Family Practice
Current national certification as a Nurse Practitioner by an approved board
Licensure as an APRN (Nurse Practitioner) in the State of Connecticut
Current advanced CPR certification for the healthcare professional
Ability to practice independently

DESIRABLE CRITERIA:
Experience with college age population and/or experience in a college setting.
Background in a preventative health care or wellness promotion.
Understanding of and experience with health issues likely to affect a diverse population of university students, including women’s health.
Clinical experience in urgent care, primary care, college health, family practice or acute care.
Experience with administrative aspects of a health care practice.

Application Process:
Submit a resume, a cover letter and a list of 3-5 professional references with contact information to Karen Mason, Eastern Connecticut State University, Division of Student Affairs, 83 Windham Street, Willimantic, CT  06226; or to masonka@easternct.edu

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Instructional Design Coordinator

Providing design and production assistance to faculty in the development of electronic delivery methods, this position reports to the Director of IT Support Services and is responsible for providing instructional and program design expertise for the development and support of online courses and specialized educational programs. The Coordinator is responsible for managing the instructional development process, setting standards for assisting faculty in the design of curriculum and instruction, development of learning resources, and retooling of courses and course segments to electronic delivery methods.

Responsibilities include:

  • Recommending logistical, instructional, and pedagogical policies for the creation and delivery of online courses.
  • Meeting with instructional designers and program managers to insure timely completion and delivery of instructional design projects.
  • Collaborating with faculty on instructional design issues, create web pages, and manage online course development.
  • Consulting with faculty on optimal design of curriculum and instruction and effective uses of multimedia.
  • Managing course projects from inception to completion.
  • Developing curriculum guides for courses and/or program components.
  • Designing learning resources in variety of formats including print, graphics, audio, video, and animation technologies to support curriculum offerings.
  • As technology and software development products advance, explore and make recommendations for multimedia software for use by faculty and others in school.
  • Providing professional and technical support and training to faculty and students.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities related to those enumerated above which do not alter the basic level and responsibilities of the position.

Qualifications for the position include a Bachelor’s Degree in instructional technology, education, communications, information technology, or curriculum design or related field; a minimum of three (3) years of experience in course design, curriculum design, or e-learning, preferably in higher education; and experience with graphic and multimedia authoring software and Web site design software.  These qualifications may be waived for individuals with appropriate alternate experience.

Interested candidates should send an email to Kari Shaw, Information Technology Services (ITSsearch@easternct.edu). Please put Instructional Design Coordinator in the Subject field and attach a resume, cover letter, and contact info for three references.

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Coordinator of Gallery and Museum Services

The 118,000-square foot state- of -the -art Fine Arts Instructional Center at Eastern Connecticut State University houses Eastern’s Art and Art History, Theatre and Music programs, as well as the University’s Art Gallery. The center provides lecture, rehearsal, studio and performance spaces that allow faculty and students to fully explore their creativity and share it with campus audiences as well as local and regional patrons.

Position Description: Eastern seeks a Gallery and Museum Services Coordinator. The Coordinator will be responsible for directing all aspects of the gallery’s operations, including curating and planning exhibitions, budget management, fundraising, grant writing, supervising staff, managing and strengthening the gallery’s engagement with on and off-campus constituencies, and exhibition programming. Additional responsibilities include managing and developing the permanent collection and collaborating with faculty in the Department of Art and Art History as well as other departments across campus to ensure rich, diverse, and interdisciplinary gallery programming. To strengthen the gallery’s teaching role in various ways, the Coordinator should be able to provide educational lectures about current shows to campus constituents as well as community groups, and might have the opportunity to teach courses in the Department of Art and Art History. The Coordinator represents the gallery to the public, including donors, gallery visitors, media, museum and the arts communities in the region.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will possess five years of experience in gallery administration in the capacity of museum or University gallery director, assistant director, or curator. A Master’s Degree or higher in museum studies or art history is preferred. An MFA will be considered if the candidate has additional relevant experience.  Candidates should demonstrate success in grant writing and program development, strong written and verbal communication skills, a demonstrated commitment to diversity, excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills, including supervision of staff. These qualifications may be waived for individuals with equivalent experience and credentials.

Application procedures: Applicants should submit a letter of interest which includes information about prior exhibitions, educational programming, and/or grants, current vitae, and contact information of three references to Ms. Heidi Roberto at Robertoh@easternct.edu

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Media Technology Manager

Duties: Manages the operations of the engineering division of Media Services. Provides technical support for the campus’ audio-video technologies and facilities. Oversees and provides technical support for campus video editing systems, video production studios and multimedia projection/distribution systems. Oversees the operation of the University’s cable television educational access channel, Night and weekend work sometimes required.

Qualifications: Training and experience in broadcast television engineering and electronics with a minimum of four years’ practical experience in the field required. Direct experience with broadcast production equipment including video switching consoles, audio distribution equipment, character generation, cameras and lighting systems required. Direct experience with digital video editing and storage systems required. Experience with AVID products highly preferred. Bachelor’s degree in Communications or a related area preferred. Credentials and/or experience substantially comparable to the above may be considered.

Please send a letter of application, resume and three current letters of reference to Travis Houldcroft (houldcroftt@easternct.edu), Search Committee Chair-Media Technology Manager, 266 Fine Arts Instructional Center, Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT 06226. Position will remain open until filled.

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LAN and Telecommunications Technician

Duties:

Provide support for Local Area Network equipment.

Configure and troubleshoot network client devices, such as computers, telephones and cameras.

Cross-connect and troubleshoot analog devices.

Work with third party contractors for system management and wiring.

Other tasks as assigned.

Requirements:

Three or more years of experience supporting Enterprise computer networks.

Demonstrated ability to support complex computer networks.

Demonstrated ability to work under pressure with a diverse clientele.

Must pass a criminal background check.

Four-year college degree in a relevant discipline.

To apply: Reply with a cover letter,  resume and three references to David Bachand, Director of Technical Services, Eastern Connecticut State University, 83 Windham Street, Willimantic, Connecticut 06226 or Email them to bachandd@easternct.edu

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Eastern Connecticut State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, learning disability or physical disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or criminal record. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Stacey Close, Associate Vice President for Equity and Diversity, 860-465-5791, closes@easternct.edu.