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Staff Openings

 Graduate Admissions Counselor – Part Time 

 Walsh University is seeking to fill the position of Graduate Admissions Counselor – Part Time. 


The Graduate Admissions Counselor – Part Time will be responsible for duties including, but not limited to the following: 

 •Develop extensive knowledge of the graduate programs Walsh offers; be able to articulate the distinct advantages of Walsh.
•Continually qualify prospective students with accurate graduate program materials and information
•Travel to Colleges/Universities and other types of recruitment fairs (Typically one day travel)
•Maintain and utilize reports, data and monitoring systems to effectively manage graduate programs and perform timely and purposeful follow-up for perspective students.
•Work closely with the graduate faculty and staff, registrar’s office, financial aid, and various other departments on campus to guarantee a smooth transition of new students to the University.
•Give campus tours when needed to prospective student s that are visiting Walsh campus.
•Evaluate applicant’s files and make admissions recommendations, update file information.
•Assist other counselors, support staff, and Director of Graduate Admissions as needed.
•Develop full working knowledge of Banner, Oracle, Velocify recruitment software.  


•BA required, MA preferred

 To apply please visit https://jobs.walsh.edu. 

Student Services Representative 

Walsh University is seeking a Student Services Representative.  This position reports to the Director of Operations and is a critical function for the continued success of the School for Professional Studies.

Walsh University believes in the desirability of a small university that promotes academic excellence, a diverse community and close student-teacher interactions. A commitment to the Judeo Christian tradition, diversity and service learning are critical to the mission of Walsh University.  


This position assists with the smooth operation of the Akron Campus during Saturday and evening hours, ensuring excellent relations with students and instructors. In addition, this position provides support for the billing/registration processes, Banner Network data management and financial aid proficiency for the SPS students.


Must be a high school graduate – Bachelor degree preferred. Must have experience in office procedures and be computer literate with various PC applications, as well as strong organizational skills, the ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment, and a strong commitment to customer service.

  To apply please visit https://jobs.walsh.edu.

Director of Service Learning  

Walsh University seeks Director of Service Learning.  Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Academic Innovation, the Director of Service Learning is responsible for connecting students, faculty, and community partners through the high-impact practice of service learning. This is a Specialty Faculty position (non-tenure track). 

Walsh University believes in the desirability of a small university that promotes academic excellence, a diverse community and close student-teacher interactions. A commitment to the Judeo Christian tradition, diversity and service learning are critical to the mission of Walsh University.   


Primary duties include:
1.Assist faculty in understanding the place of service to the community within an educational setting.
2.Assist faculty in using service learning tools to introduce students to experiential-based learning with community partners.
3. Assist deans and chairs in identifying and using community resources as learning tools in an academic setting.
4.Manage a budget for internal and external learning experiences.
5.Identify and call into play university resources for program development.
6.Work with regional and national organizations supporting service learning advancement and development.
7. Identify appropriate community partners for service learning courses and serve as liaison to the community agencies
8. Work as part of an Academic Innovation team which includes Global Learning, e-Learning, Faculty Development and Grants and Research 


Successful candidates will possess a Masters Degree in a related area. 

Candidate will also have experience:
1. Working with community organizations
2. Working in the non-profit sector
3. Successful application of management skills
4. Assessment of student learning outcomes and student development theories
5. Integration of work skills and academic activities

 To apply please visit https://jobs.walsh.edu.

Multicultural Admissions Counselor


Walsh University seeks a Multicultural Admissions Counselor to assist in planning and organizing recruitment programs for prospective minority and international students. Conduct interviews with prospective students and family members who visit campus. Establish relationships with college readiness programs and other groups by hosting campus visits. Plan and execute approximately 8 to 10 weeks of recruitment travel in an assigned domestic and international territory through visiting high schools, college fairs and other outreach events. Other responsibilities include serving as a liaison to the Office of Multicultural Programs and International Services.


• Bachelor’s degree and one year related experience.
• Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
• Experience working in or with multicultural communities.
• Knowledge of immigration regulations for F-1 students and procedures to processing I-20 & I-901 for international students in compliance with Department of Homeland State regulations.
• Knowledge of academic needs of low-income, first-generation, and historically underrepresented students.
• Demonstrated ability to establish rapport and build relationships with multicultural students and their family members.
• Strong creativity, organization, and planning skills, as well as ability to work with others.
• Excellent presentation, interpersonal and written communication skills.
• Willingness to travel and work flexible hours including some nights and weekends.

  To apply please visit https://jobs.walsh.edu.


Director of Development 

Walsh University seeks Director of Development, who will be responsible for the development and execution of an annual fundraising plan for capital and endowment gifts to the University.

Walsh University believes in the desirability of a small university that promotes academic excellence, a diverse community and close student-teacher interactions. A commitment to the Judeo Christian tradition, diversity and service learning are critical to the mission of Walsh University


• Develops and executes an annual fundraising plan for capital and endowment gifts to the University.

• Manages a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects with capacity to make gifts of $25,000 and higher. Makes personal gift solicitations designed around the interests and capabilities of the donor.

• Personally meets with prospects and communicates effectively with them to complete cultivation/solicitation strategies. Responsible for making 10 – 15 face-to-face visits per month designed to move prospects toward making a philanthropic commitment to the university.

• Works with the President, Vice President for Advancement, other University staff, and volunteer leadership to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward existing donors and prospects.

• Manages the Brother Thomas S. Farrell Heritage Society, (comprised of individuals who have established scholarships on campus and/or who have made estate plan provisions for the University).

• Manages the Walsh Advisory Board, a group of community members who serve as ambassadors and resources for the University.

• Attends relevant university events and meetings, some during the evenings and weekends; represents the university to external constituents.

• Travels to meet with assigned portfolio prospects, as needed.

• Staffs and supervises projects as assigned.


EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred)

EXPERIENCE: A minimum of three to five years direct fundraising experience, preferably in higher education, with a track record of success in securing gifts of $25,000 or more. Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as the ability to handle multiple projects, is a must. Travel, weekend and evening hours required.

BACKGROUND: Successful candidates will have professional experience in a comprehensive development program in the field of higher education. Additional qualifications include success in designing, implementing, and administering programs related to fundraising.

 To apply please visit https://jobs.walsh.edu. 


Help Desk Technician

 Walsh University is seeking to fill the position of Help Desk Technician.


Provide technical software, hardware and network problem resolution to internal and external customers by performing question/problem diagnosis and guiding individuals through step-by-step solutions in a help desk environment; clearly communicate technical solutions in a friendly and professional manner; provide one-on-one training as needed; assist other technical staff members; pass more complex problems on to appropriate technical administrators; conduct hardware and software inventory database maintenance; and perform related work as required..

• Provide telephone, face-to-face and online support to students, faculty, staff and parents.
• Log support calls into Walsh’s Help Desk Management System.
• Respond to support calls within established service levels.
• Triage, resolve and/or escalate reported technical issues.
• Troubleshoot hardware and software, including computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc.
• Provide guidance with popular software used on campus, such as Microsoft Office.
• Support students, faculty, and staff with disinfection and recovery of personal computer systems.
• Maintain computer lab printers and paper supply.
• Provide classroom support for computer, overhead projectors, transparency projectors, presentation remotes, and other miscellaneous technology.
• Diagnose and resolve network and printer problems.
• Assist Desktop Administrator with imaging and distribution of computer systems.
• Supplement other technical staff as needed.
• Assist with miscellaneous department duties as requested.


• Bachelor’s degree preferred, Associates degree required.
• One year providing technical support for current PC desktop and application software OR one year installing, upgrading, troubleshooting and repairing personal computers in a network environment.
• Understanding of computer hardware and software.
• Must be able to perform physical activities, such as, but not limited to, lifting heavy equipment (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), bending, standing, climbing or walking.
• Ability to be a self-starter and work in a team environment
• Excellent communication skills.

Must be able to work both days and evenings – Monday through Sunday. The work shift will vary depending on the technical support needs of the university.
There will be rotational on call coverage responsibility. 

To apply please visit https://jobs.walsh.edu. 


Chief of Campus Police


Walsh University is seeking a dynamic and energetic professional who is enthusiastic about the environment found on a private, values based, Catholic liberal arts campus. The Division of Student Affairs at Walsh University has been structured to reflect the University’s commitment to student development and retention. The Chief of Campus Police plays an integral role in actualizing this commitment. 

The Chief of Campus Police is responsible for the organization, operation, supervision and administration of the Department of Campus Police, which is a fully sworn police agency. The Chief of Campus Police provides administrative, operational and budgetary direction to ensure a safe and secure community environment, incorporating the principles of community policing. The Chief will manage the University’s Parking Services, coordinate compliance and student/employee training for all federally mandated campus safety requirements (Clery Act, SAVe Act, etc.), and be an active members of the Student Affairs staff. The Chief of Campus Police will maintain cooperative relationships with and assist other law enforcement agencies including the Stark County Sheriff, North Canton Police Department, and state or federal agencies and officials.

The Chief of Campus Police will demonstrate the ability to build a team and work effectively with multiple agencies, students, faculty, staff and guests of the University. The Chief will participate in campus-wide events such as Summer Orientations, Opening Weekend, Homecoming, Commencement and other assigned university events. Hours will need to be flexible and may vary based upon the week and activities planned. The Chief of Campus Police is directly supervised by the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students. 

The successful candidate will embrace his/her role as not only the Chief of Campus Police, but as a director of a university department with the associated educational and administrative responsibilities. The successful candidate can expect to address first line responsibilities at times, particularly during the summer months.

Walsh University believes in the desirability of a small university that promotes academic excellence, a diverse community and close student-teacher interactions. A commitment to the Judeo Christian tradition, diversity and service learning are critical to the mission of Walsh University.  




•Manage the organization, direction, supervision and day-to-day operation of the Campus Police department, which operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

•Ensure proper recruitment, training, certification and supervision of the Assistant Chief of Campus Police and the officers of the Walsh University Police Force.

•Maintain effective, collaborative and proactive relationships with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, as well as other college and university police and security departments.

•Prepare and maintain records, reports and correspondence in compliance with University business practices and local, state and federal laws. Maintain confidentiality of reports and records, and deal on a continual basis with extremely sensitive information, regulating the proper sharing of that information.

•Coordinate and ensure compliance with all federally mandated crime reporting, educational safety programming and constituent notification (print and web) for the Walsh University main campus and School for Professional Studies (Akron, Canfield, Medina) campus sites.

•Ensure proper investigation of crimes reported to the department, working closely with the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students and the Chief Judicial Officer.

•Coordinate and assess the security needs for special events, maintaining open communication channels with the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students; Vice President for Athletics/Athletic Director; Director of Campus and Community Programs, and other external sponsors as appropriate.

•Oversee the University’s parking program, which includes the development and distribution of parking decals, appropriate signage on campus, and enforcement of parking regulations.

•Administer the parking ticket appeals process, including publicizing monthly meetings; recruitment and training of Parking Review Board members, communicating decisions rendered, and processing billing to student accounts.

•Develop and maintain effective educational programs in the areas of sexual assault awareness and safety, personal and institutional safety for students, faculty and staff for the Walsh University main campus and satellite campuses. Coordinate annually (with the Chief Housing Officer and Director of Student Activities & Commuter Student Services) the presentation of Safety Week programming during the Fall semester.

•Involvement in campus wide service committees which require the special talents of this position. This includes, but is not limited to, the Walsh University Crisis Response Team and the CARe Team (behavioral early intervention team).

•Develop strong relationships with students, staff and faculty; promote availability and visibility to student body via effective utilization of office space, active participation and presence in campus facilities and attendance/involvement in campus programs and events.

•Coordinate and implement annual assessment of program services and student satisfaction.

•Remain current regarding best practices, trends and technology in the overall management of the department.

•Oversee the related budgets of the office.

•Special projects and other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students and Walsh University President.  



Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Ten years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement is required. A minimum of five years of command level supervisory responsibility for operations that includes oversight of officers, investigations, communications and administration is desirable. Demonstrated experience in internal policy development, police procedures, emergency operations and budget management is preferred. Leadership in a higher education environment is desirable. Excellent interpersonal communication, organizational skills and understanding of college student development needed. 

Must have a current Ohio Peace Officer certification or be within the re-certification window. Positive attitude and a sense of humor is a must.

To apply please visit https://jobs.walsh.edu.