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Full-time Faculty Positions | Part-time Faculty Positions | Administrative Positions | University Assistant Positions | Classified Positions

 

School of Arts and Sciences

  • The Department of Computer Science at Eastern Connecticut State University is seeking two faculty members in the field of data science and cybersecurity for 2022-23 academic year for one-year full time (non-tenure track) appointments.  While applicants with expertise in data science or cybersecurity are preferred, applicants with expertise in any area of Computer Science will be considered. In addition, we anticipate tenure-track positions to begin Fall of 2023 and eligible candidates will be encouraged to apply.  

    REQUIREMENTS:    

    • Master’s degree at a minimum in Computer Science or a related field.  
    • Must be capable of teaching undergraduate computer science courses either in data science, cyber security, or programming and algorithms with a high level of knowledge, ability, organization, and proficiency.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Prior teaching experience preferred. 
    To apply, please submit via e-mail a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a list of three references, copy of transcripts (can be unofficial), to Dr. Sarah Tasneem, the Chairperson of Computer Science at tasneems@easternct.edu and copy it to the Secretary Ms. Cheryl Le Beau at LEBEAUC@easternct.edu 
  • Department: Health Sciences

    Position: Assistant Professor of Public Health, Tenure-Track, Anticipated Starting date - Fall 2022 

    Position Description: The Department of Health Sciences is seeking a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Public Health, whose primary teaching responsibilities will include broad areas of Descriptive and Analytic Epidemiology, Health Disparities, Social and Behavioral Epidemiology and Environmental Epidemiology; and if needed, Foundations of Health Science courses in the University’s liberal arts core curriculum and/or first year program. It is expected that the individual in this position will also develop courses in areas of expertise to expand our Health Sciences major and diversify the courses available to our students. The teaching load for this position is four (4) courses per semester. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to: (1). Excellence in teaching, preferably in a liberal arts education setting; (2). Establishing a productive research program that will involve undergraduate students; (3). Academic advising to ensure student success and prepare students readiness for graduate programs and career in discipline; and (4). Providing services to the department, school, university, and community. 

    Qualifications: Earned Ph.D., Dr. Ph., or equivalent research doctorate degree in a Public Health or related discipline from an accredited institution and must have a broad background in teaching undergraduate public health courses and be an effective team worker.  Potential candidates must demonstrate excellent written and oral communication and analytical skills. The successful candidate must have demonstrated an interest and aptitude for teaching a diverse population of undergraduate students in support of the mission of a public liberal arts institution, an understanding of diversity and equity, and evidence of scholarly works and professional service. A.B.D. will be considered with a doctoral degree completion date on or before August 2022. 

    Preferred Qualifications:  One year or more of undergraduate teaching experience in the

    related courses, and/or an experience in teaching pre-health professional students, preferably in a liberal arts education institution; a Master of Public Health from an accredited institution; and/or with practical field experience in epidemiology and public health. 

    Respond to: Please email in one combined PDF file a curriculum vitae, a copy of all undergraduate and graduate transcripts, statements of teaching philosophy and research interests, documentation of teaching ability, and the name and contact information for three professional references to Dr. Yaw A. Nsiah, Search Chair, (email: HealthScienceSearch2@easternct.edu ). Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide official transcripts of all post-secondary education, and three letters of recommendations from professional references. The search will continue until the position is filled.

School of Education and Professional Studies

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Part-time Faculty Positions

  • Eastern Connecticut State University is seeking applicants to fill part-time teaching positions in the field of Accountancy in the Department of Accounting and Business Information Systems.

    General Requirements:

    • Ph.D. in Accounting, MBA/Master's degree in accountancy with Certification (i.e., CPA, CMA, and/or CIA).
    • Ability to teach at the graduate level (MS in Accounting program).
    • Candidates should also demonstrate potential for or evidence of quality teaching.
    • Candidates should have a teaching interest/experience in International Accounting and Accounting Information Systems and Financial Reporting areas.
    • Professional background in accounting is a plus.

    Interested applicants should submit a statement of interest and current vita to Dr. Mohd RuJoub at rujoubm@easternct.edu

  • Eastern Connecticut State University seeks qualified part time adjunct faculty to teach a wide range of courses across the university curriculum. 

    To teach at Eastern, a master's degree in a related field is required. A terminal degree, industry experience and prior college level teaching experience are preferred.

    If you are interested in becoming a member of the talented faculty at Eastern, and don't see a current opening listed below, please fill out the short online form and submit your resume by following this link:

    Eastern Adjunct Faculty Pool

    Your resume will be entered into our adjunct pool and reviewed by the appropriate department for consideration whenever there is an opening in the subject area you are interested in teaching. Thanks for your interest in teaching at Eastern!  

  • The Department of Economics and Finance seeks candidates who can teach:

    • Introductory macro, micro, and global economics courses
    • Introductory finance courses and personal financial planning courses

    A master's degree in a related field is required. A terminal degree, industry experience and prior college level teaching experience are preferred.

    If you are interested in teaching any of the above subjects, please fill out the short online form and submit your resume by following this link:

    Eastern Adjunct Faculty Pool


Administrative Positions

  • POSITION SUMMARY:                   

    This position is responsible for ECSU Foundation financial operations such as accounting, income and disbursement of funds, tax returns, quarterly financial reports, preparing the annual budget, working with the investment manager, and managing audits. 25-30 hours per week.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Bachelor’s Degree required in business or a related field, or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.  Minimum of four years financial management experience.  Technical expertise in accounting and financial management, and excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills.  These qualifications may be waived for individuals with appropriate alternate experience.

    To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three references to cardenm@easternct.edu.

  • Under the general supervision of the Director of Office of AccessAbility Services, the Assistant Director provides professional academic and housing accommodations, supports the implementation of reasonable accommodations and assists the Director to provide case management for the OAS registered student population, provides working knowledge of Digital Accessibility laws and best practices and leads digital access initiatives, training and collaboration with campus stakeholders.  

    Position Responsibilities:

    • Assists the Director and collaborates with Department Staff to provide coordination and case management for student clients of the Office of AccessAbility Service (OAS).
    • Works to ensure and maintain compliance with assistive/digital accessibility initiatives in accordance with Board of Regents (BOR) Electronic Information Technology (EIT) policy.
    • Serves as a liaison for Accommodate, Sonocent, and Sensus Access Platforms as well as other digital resources.
    • Coordinates with faculty and staff to ensure recommended accommodations are properly executed.
    • Monitors progress of all student receiving services; generates and maintains confidential records of service delivery and effectiveness.
    • Collects other data and program statistics, including monitoring use of services by student clients; may survey and report on student and faculty satisfaction with services provided and success of programs offered.

    Qualifications: Master’s degree in education or related field, minimum of three years’ experience working students with disabilities in educational setting, and demonstrated experience interpreting diagnostic assessments. Strong communication skills (oral and written) with students, faculty and families.

    Application Process 

    Please Submit a resume and cover letter with the contact information for three professional references to paradishe@easternct.edu.

    Please see the full job description below


    EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY
    POSITION DESCRIPTION 

    POSITION TITLE:   Assistant Director of the Office of AccessAbility Services 

    RANK:  Administrator III 

    DEPARTMENT:  Office of AccessAbility Services (OAS) 

    SUPERVISOR’S TITLE:  Director of the Office of AccessAbility Services (OAS) 

    POSITION SUMMARY: 

    The Assistant Director reports to the Director and assists in administration of a comprehensive service delivery system for students with disabilities. 

    POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    Assists the Director and collaborates with Department staff to provide coordination and case management for student clients of the Office of AccessAbility Services (OAS). 

    Supports implementation of reasonable accommodations, including creation of programs to instill self-advocacy in student clients. 

    Works to ensure and maintain compliance with assistive/digital accessibility initiatives in accordance with Board of Regents (BOR) Electronic Information Technology (EIT) policy. 

    Serves as liaison for Accomodate, Sonocent, and Sensus Access platforms as well as other digital resources. 

    Aids with assessment of students to determine eligibility for status as an accommodated student, identifies resources and technology necessary for student clients both in and outside the classroom, and establishes related implementable accommodation plan for each student client. 

    Coordinates with faculty and staff to ensure recommended accommodations are properly executed. 

    Provides direct support services for students with disabilities and assists in the development of associated programs as appropriate. 

    Assists in development and implementation of training for current and prospective students and campus constituencies regarding all aspects of the program. 

    Makes referrals to other appropriate campus services and departments as necessary.  

    Monitors progress of all students receiving services; generates and maintains confidential records of service delivery and effectiveness. 

    Collects other data and program statistics, including monitoring use of services by student clients; may survey and report on student and faculty satisfaction with services provided and success of programs offered. 

    Promotes a campus climate that increases awareness and pride in disability status by offering educational, social, and promotional programs. 

    May act on behalf of the Director during their absence(s).

    Participates in management of the Department budget; supervises student workers and graduate interns. 

    Maintains working knowledge of Sections 504 and 508, of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Board of Regents EIT policy and other applicable Federal and State laws and policies. 

    Performs other duties and responsibilities related to those enumerated above which do not alter the basic level of responsibilities of the position. 

    QUALIFICATIONS: 

    A Master's degree in education or related field is required (school/educational psychology, learning disabilities, counseling or special education) and three years experience working with students with disabilities in an educational setting. A working knowledge of digital content accessibility best practices and demonstrated expertise in interpreting diagnostic assessments and in understanding the implications of behaviors elicited by learning, attentional and psychological disabilities. Additional requirements include strong communication skills for effective oral and written communication with students, faculty and parents; excellent organizational, interpersonal and problem solving skills, demonstrated ability to use computers/software, and a proven ability to work independently as well as with a team. These qualifications may be waived for individuals with appropriate alternate experience. 


  • Eastern Connecticut State University is accepting applications for the position of Assistant to the Director of Fiscal Affairs. 

    Position Description: Under the supervision of the Associate Director, the Assistant to the Director:  Performs analysis, reconciliation, and corrections of various financial accounts, cashiering activity, bank accounts, state sales tax, accounts payable, travel vouchers, payroll, and inventory systems.  Creates and maintains various financial spreadsheet reports.  Assists in the management of grant contracts, including filing timely reports with the appropriate agency and tracking indirect costs.  Assists in the documentation of office policies and procedures.  Assists in the fiscal year end financial closing and related statement preparation.  Assists in all financial audits including those made by state, federal, and private audit firms.  Assists in financial system implementation projects and assists in the education of university staff members on the finance system.  Acts as general resource person for finance inquiries.  Performs other duties and responsibilities related to those enumerated above which do not alter the basic level and responsibilities of the position. 

    Qualifications:  A Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, finance, business administration or a related field required.  Two years’ experience in accounting required.  Knowledge of the spreadsheet applications, preferably Microsoft Excel and other components of the Microsoft Office Suite.  These qualifications may be waived for individuals with appropriate alternate experience.

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, current resume and contact information of three professional reference to Rebecca Davis at davisr@easternct.edu.

  • Eastern Connecticut State University, Connecticut’s only public liberal arts institution, seeks an innovative and collaborative leader who will bring scholarly and administrative skills to the role of Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences. The Dean will have the opportunity to lead a talented group of faculty in Eastern’s most diverse school in terms of the breadth of disciplines represented. Eastern has just over 4,000 undergraduate students and about 200 graduate students across seven professional graduate programs. The Dean will supervise the Associate Dean, the academic department chairs, and fourteen other full-time support and technical staff. The Dean manages a significant budget and provides leadership to the School of 145 full-time, tenure/tenure-track faculty and a comparable amount of part-time faculty. 

    The Dean will be a champion of the liberal arts, leading the faculty in developing a compelling vision for what it means to provide a public liberal arts education in disciplines ranging from Data Science to Music. The Dean must provide active leadership for the School’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and promote an environment that advances inclusive excellence and actively opposes discrimination and intolerance.  The Dean will work with the campus community to sustain a learning environment that recognizes the value of a liberal arts education and the value of a transformative education for Eastern’s diverse student body. The Dean will also maintain a quality assurance system for continuous program improvements. 

    About Eastern Connecticut State University

    Eastern Connecticut State University was founded in 1889 as the Willimantic Normal School. The name was changed to Willimantic State College in 1959, Eastern Connecticut State College in 1966, and Eastern Connecticut State University in 1983. In 1998, the Board of Trustees for the Connecticut State University System approved changing Eastern’s mission to be a public liberal arts institution and the University joined the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges in 2004. 

    While Eastern’s definition of what it means to be a public liberal arts institution will continue to evolve, that identity has become fully accepted both within the university community and throughout the state and region. As the mission statement notes, Eastern Connecticut State University engages students from diverse backgrounds in a transformative, liberal arts learning experience that provides knowledge and skills to lead enriching, purposeful lives. 

    Eastern makes its home in historic Willimantic in the rural northeast region of the state. Former home to the American Thread Company, at one time the largest thread manufacturer in the world, today's Willimantic features cultural diversity, unique community events, Victorian homes and other interesting sights and sounds. Eastern is surrounded by the wooded hills and pastures of Connecticut's "Quiet Corner," a piece of rural New England full of traditions and natural beauty. At the same time, Eastern is a day trip away from Vermont's ski slopes, Cape Cod's beaches, and both New York City and Boston.  

    Professional Qualifications and Experience

    • Earned terminal degree in an academic discipline appropriate to the School of Arts & Sciences.
    • A distinguished record of teaching, peer-reviewed scholarship or creative activity, and service to an institution of higher education.
    • Evidence of a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and experience with programs and pathways to support historically underrepresented groups.
    • A demonstrated history of open, collaborative, and collegial leadership style that demonstrates a commitment to shared governance and the ability to earn the trust of faculty, students, staff, and administrators.
    • Ability to work collaboratively with academic departments and faculty to ensure academic programs are innovative, current, and relevant.
    • Experience developing professional graduate programs that serve recent graduates and working adults.
    • A record of progressively substantial and successful experience in academic administration including but not limited to budgeting, strategic planning, and personnel management.
    • Evidence of an ability to balance multiple competing demands and priorities and a strong track record of problem solving and proactively addressing challenges.
    • Evidence of a commitment to the liberal arts and the ability to articulate its value.

    Application Process:

    All applications, nominations, and inquiries are invited. For a full description of the position, please visit https://www.easternct.edu/human-resources/_documents/asdean.pdf. Applications should include a letter of interest addressing the themes in this profile, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for five professional references. References will not be contacted without the approval of the candidate. Nominations, inquiries, and application materials should be forwarded to Amanda Irwin, Administrative Assistant to the Provost, at: artsandsciencesdeansearch@easternct.edu 

    For fullest consideration, candidate materials should be received by the January 17, 2022 priority deadline.

  • Eastern Connecticut State University, Connecticut’s only public liberal arts institution, seeks an innovative and collaborative leader who will bring scholarly and administrative skills to the role of Dean of the School of Education and Professional Studies. The Dean will have the opportunity to lead a talented group of faculty in Eastern’s School that houses a Business Division with three departments, an Education department with five different programs of study, and the Communication department. The Dean is also responsible for the Graduate Division, which is contained within the School and offers advanced professional degrees in Education, Accounting, and Organizational Management. Eastern has just over 4,000 undergraduate students and about 200 graduate students across seven professional graduate programs. The Dean will supervise the Associate Dean, the academic department chairs, and seven other full-time support and technical staff. The Dean manages a significant budget and provides leadership to the School of 50 full-time, tenure/tenure-track faculty and a comparable number of part-time faculty.  

    The Dean will be a champion of the liberal arts, leading the faculty in developing a compelling vision for what it means to provide a public liberal arts education in applied disciplines ranging from Accounting to Communication. The Dean will work with the campus community to sustain a learning environment that recognizes the value of a liberal arts education and the value of a transformative education for Eastern’s diverse student body. The Dean will lead and support the faculty and others in developing and expanding graduate programs. The Dean will serve as the lead accreditation officer for all the accredited programs in the School and lead our efforts for AACSB accreditation for programs within the Business Division. The Dean will also maintain a quality assurance system for continuous program improvements. The Dean must provide active leadership for the School’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and promote an environment that advances inclusive excellence and actively opposes discrimination and intolerance.  

    About Eastern Connecticut State University

    Eastern Connecticut State University was founded in 1889 as the Willimantic Normal School. The name was changed to Willimantic State College in 1959, Eastern Connecticut State College in 1966, and Eastern Connecticut State University in 1983. In 1998, the Board of Trustees for the Connecticut State University System approved changing Eastern’s mission to be a public liberal arts institution and the University joined the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges in 2004. 

    While Eastern’s definition of what it means to be a public liberal arts institution will continue to evolve, that identity has become fully accepted both within the university community and throughout the state and region. As the mission statement notes, Eastern Connecticut State University engages students from diverse backgrounds in a transformative, liberal arts learning experience that provides knowledge and skills to lead enriching, purposeful lives. 

    Eastern makes its home in historic Willimantic in the rural northeast region of the state. Former home to the American Thread Company, at one time the largest thread manufacturer in the world, today's Willimantic features cultural diversity, unique community events, Victorian homes and other interesting sights and sounds. Eastern is surrounded by the wooded hills and pastures of Connecticut's "Quiet Corner," a piece of rural New England full of traditions and natural beauty. At the same time, Eastern is a day trip away from Vermont's ski slopes, Cape Cod's beaches, and both New York City and Boston.  

    Professional Qualifications and Experience

    • Earned terminal degree in an academic discipline appropriate to the School of Education and Professional Studies.
    • A distinguished record of teaching, peer-reviewed scholarship or creative activity, and service to an institution of higher education.
    • A demonstrated history of open, collaborative, and collegial leadership style that demonstrates a commitment to shared governance and the ability to earn the trust of faculty, students, staff, and administrators.
    • Ability to work collaboratively with academic departments and faculty to ensure academic programs are innovative, current, and relevant.
    • Experience developing, overseeing, and assessing professional graduate programs that serve recent graduates and working adults.
    • A record of progressively substantial and successful experience in academic administration including but not limited to budgeting, strategic planning, and personnel management.
    • Experience successfully leading academic departments through national accreditation and program recognition.
    • Evidence of an ability to balance multiple competing demands and priorities and a strong track record of problem solving and proactively addressing challenges.
    • Evidence of a commitment to the liberal arts and the ability to articulate its value.
    • Evidence of a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and experience with programs and pathways to support historically underrepresented groups.

    Application Process:

    All applications, nominations, and inquiries are invited. For a full description of the position, please visit https://www.easternct.edu/human-resources/_documents/psdean.pdf. Applications should include a letter of interest addressing the themes in this profile, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for five professional references. References will not be contacted without the approval of the candidate. Nominations, inquiries, and application materials should be forwarded to Amanda Irwin, Administrative Assistant to the Provost, at: edandprofessionalstudiesdeansearch@easternct.edu 

    For fullest consideration, candidate materials should be received by the January 17, 2022 priority deadline.


University Assistant Positions

  • Under the immediate supervision of the Director of Opportunity Programs, this person will assist in the planning and implementation of all events for the Academic Success Center (ASC). 

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

    1. Coordinate all aspects of event logistics, planning and production, working with internal and external service
    2. Serve as the point person for vendor contracts (in partnership with the Office of Fiscal Affairs)
    3. Produce promotional materials and communication for events
    4. Assist in staff development/recognition within the ASC
    5. Recruit and organize volunteer staffing needs for events, providing event training and oversight; serves as the primary on-site event contact for staff, vendors
    6. Preforms other duties related to those enumerated above which do not alter the basic level of position responsibility

    QUALIFICATIONS 

    1. Bachelor’s Degree Required
    2. A minimum two years’ experience in event management
    3. Effective verbal and written communication skills
    4. Ability to work independently and collaboratively
    5. Ability to relate effectively with diverse student and staff populations

    These qualifications may be waived for individuals with appropriate alternate experience. 

    Qualified applicants should email cover letter, resume, and three references to Karen Loiselle at loisellek@easternct.edu. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  

  • The Child and Family Development Resource Center is Eastern Connecticut State University’s lab school and a model early childhood program for the state of Connecticut.  We are looking to hire a part time Teachers Aide (University Assistant, 19 hours/week).  The description is noted below. 

    Job Description  

    Support the mission of the Child and Family Development   Resource Center to provide state of the art, best teaching practices to meet the needs of children and families.   

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    Under the supervision of the Director of the Child and Family Development Resource Center, the University Assistant will:  

    1. Assist in teaching young children providing for individual needs in all areas of development and arranging classroom and outdoor environment to meet developmental needs. 
    1. Collaborate with a classroom teaching team to plan and carry out classroom curriculum based on goals from the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood. 
    1. Demonstrate an ability to lead a classroom (i.e. group time, story time). 
    1. Assist the classroom team in assuring that licensing regulations are upheld. 
    1. Maintain and improve professional competence by participating in monthly Center-wide team meetings and/or development. 
    1. Maintain current CPR/First Aid certification. 
    1. Perform related duties as required.  

    MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS  

    • Twelvecredits in Early Childhood Education 
    • One to two years successful experience working with young children.

    OTHER DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS  

    • Experienceworking in a laboratory school. 
    • Experience working withdiverse populations. 
    • Bilingual (Spanish/English) 

    The University Assistant reports to the Director of the CFDRC (Admin V)  

    If you are interested, please submit a cover letter, an updated resume, contact information for THREE references and proof of any current CPR/First Aid training to rezain@easternct.edu

  • General Description: Working under the supervision of the Media Production Specialist, the University Assistant provides technical support for video production operations throughout the campus. This position provides support for video recording, video streaming, video editing, and video distribution, as well as related tasks.

    Additionally, the University Assistant may be required to assist in general office functions and customer service to the campus community.

    General Requirements: Working knowledge of Avid Media Composer or Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Media Encoder, After Effects, Photoshop, Office 365, Mac OS, hardware troubleshooting skills, and strong communication skills.

    Tasks and Responsibilities:

    • Assist in the setup of camera, lighting, audio, and grip equipment in the TV Studio.
    • Assist in transcoding, editing, production, distribution or streaming of campus events.
    • Assist in producing content for Eastern’s cable access television channel 195.
    • Provide general support for Media Services.
    • Must be available to support evening and weekend events when necessary.

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and contact information of three references to ITSsearch@easternct.edu.

  • POSITION TITLE: Equity & Diversity University Assistant

    RANK: University Assistant – 19 Hour/Week

     

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    Under the supervision of the Vice President for Equity & Diversity, the University Assistant provides support to the Office of Equity & Diversity related to scheduling mandated trainings, professional development, and diversity awareness trainings and programs. The University Assistant assists with marketing by creating/developing publications, maintenance/upkeep of webpages, and monitoring of social media platforms. The University Assistant may also assist with matters pertaining to Title IX and student programming.

    POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Assists with the planning, scheduling, and organizing of various compliance-related trainings (both online and in-person) for faculty and staff that are mandated by federal, state, and Board of Regent policies (i.e. sexual harassment prevention, diversity awareness, FERPA, CLERY mandated reporter, etc.).
    • In collaboration with the Administrative Assistant, complete necessary paperwork related to financial payments, room scheduling, catering, travel, and other logistics related to sponsoring/hosting trainings, workshops, and programs.
    • Produce and provide attendance verification certificates for faculty and staff who attend trainings and workshops sponsored by the Office of Equity & Diversity.
    • Assist with the development and scheduling of professional development and awareness-related trainings, workshops, and programs sponsored by the Office of Equity & Diversity and Title IX.
    • Assist with the development, facilitation, and monitoring of various mandated online trainings for faculty, staff, and students (i.e. Title IX, sexual harassment, diversity, etc.) through various training software vendors.
    • Maintain accurate records of faculty, staff, and students who have participated in various trainings (both online and in-person) and produce attendance reports as required.
    • Assist with the development and creation of publications, brochures, fliers, and other publications for the Office of Equity & Diversity and Title IX.
    • Assist with updating and maintaining the website for the Office of Equity & Diversity and Title IX by removing outdated information and adding new content when needed.
    • Participate in Title IX trainings and assist Title IX Coordinator with intake appointments and investigations as requested.
    • Assist the Title IX Coordinator with the initiatives and work of the SAIV-RT (Sexual Assault & Interpersonal Violence Response Team).
    • Other duties as assigned which do not alter the level of responsibility of the position.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Associate degree (60 college credits) and experience with clerical, scheduling, record-keeping, and/or event planning responsibilities required. Knowledge of technology and publication design as well as awareness of diversity, inclusion, and equity-related concepts also required. Experience in a university setting and/or with Title IX investigations strongly preferred. 

    APPLICATIONS: Please send your cover letter, current resume and contact information for three references to: Sandra Rodriguez at: rodriguezsan@easternct.edu. Full consideration will be given to application materials received by February 15, 2022.

Only online applications are accepted. Please click on the job title below to apply. For a complete listing of statewide classified position openings, please check the DAS website.

Classified Positions

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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: LaMar Coleman, Vice President for Equity and Diversity, (860) 465-5112, colemanla@easternct.edu.

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