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Staff Openings


Director of Marketing 

Walsh University seeks a Director of Marketing with a proven track record who will assist in the planning, execution, tracking and analysis of university-wide marketing strategies, including managing the coordination of university level marketing and advertising as well as developing and executing marketing plans for our various schools and programs. 

Serving as the primary media planner and buyer, the Director of Marketing will serve as the project manager for the planning and execution of marketing collateral across campus including but not limited to: advertising, brochures, flyers, special event marketing, online marketing initiatives, social media marketing, sponsorship marketing, direct marketing, e-mail marketing, and content marketing.  The Director of Marketing will report to the Vice President of Marketing and Communications.

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.   



• Plans and executes marketing plans for various programs and initiatives

• Tracks and measures effectiveness and ROI for specific marketing initiatives in order to set benchmarks and make adjustments accordingly

• Serves as the primary project manager for various initiatives on campus as assigned

• Serve as the primary media buyer for the University

• Upholds Walsh University’s identity standards 




• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education

• Minimum five years of experience with a proven track record in integrated marketing communications strategies and social media with successively high levels of achievement

• Exceptional interpersonal skills and excellent oral and written communication skills

• Demonstrated successful experience in developing, executing, tracking, and analyzing marketing plans

• Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with university staff, faculty, vendors and partners.

• Proficiency in the use of personal computers with computer software including the Microsoft office suite, web applications, email marketing tools.

• Ability to work effectively with diverse demographics

• Working knowledge and experience utilizing the digital world, internet, and prevalent social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)

• Must be able to manage multiple projects under tight deadlines

• Self-motivated, resourceful, and performance driven

• Solid Experience in budget management and fiscal responsibility 

• Agency experience preferred

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

University Registrar 

Walsh University seeks a University Registrar to oversee the management of the Office of the Registrar and collaborate with a variety of academic areas including the office of the Provost, Academic Services, Enrollment Management, Academic Advising, and Athletic Compliance. 

The Registrar is also responsible for coordinating registration, course schedules, degree audits, NCAA Division II student reviews, veterans’ certifications, catalog and curriculum guides, transfer equivalencies, and the issuance of grades and transcripts.

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. 


• Oversee the development of the semester schedule of classes, annual curriculum guides, and the undergraduate and graduate catalog

• Collaborate with school deans, department chairs, and program directors to address student issues

• Certify all students for graduation and assist with commencement and honors convocation

• Supervise recording grades, add/drop, registration procedures

• Coordinate compliance reviews for new and transfer student athletes

• Oversee planning, budgeting, and personnel management of Registrar’s Office staff 

• Assure integrity in the maintenance of undergraduate and graduate student academic records 

• Coordinate transfer course equivalent procedures 

• Prepare Dean’s list  


A bachelor’s degree is required with a minimum of 3 to 5 years of progressive experience in a registrar’s office or equivalent student records office setting. Master’s degree highly preferred. Experience in the certification of military veterans, NCAA athletic certifications and familiarity with IPEDS. Competency in using an integrated student database such as Ellucian/Banner or equivalent. The chosen candidate will also bring strong organizational and interpersonal communication skills. Additionally, the candidate will demonstrate the ability to collaborate with a diverse population of campus constituents.

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

Director of Multicultural Affairs  

Walsh University is seeking a Director of Multicultural Affairs who will plan, coordinate, and implement a broad range of student centered activities and programs to promote multicultural education and development for students, faculty and staff. 

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.   


The Director will seek to create awareness, understanding and sensitivity to groups who currently and historically have been treated unfairly because of race, gender, class, and other classifications. This position serves as a personal and academic mentor for students of color, and will serve as the Advisor to the Black Student Union.

The Director will work collaboratively with many University departments and entities including Multicultural Academic Services, Student Activities, International Student Services, and Academic Advising. The Director of Multicultural Affairs reports directly to the Assistant Dean of Students. 


• Serve as personal and academic mentor for students of color.

• Create, plan, and implement a comprehensive multicultural student leadership and personal development program.

• Provide career focused programming that fosters connections with employers and helps prepare students to be successful in the work environment.

• Develop and implement educational programs for the campus community that promote cultural diversity and inclusivity.

• Coordinate mentoring opportunities and programs for students of color.

• Work collaboratively with a variety of committees and campus departments on intentional retention activities and initiatives for multicultural students.

• Develop and implement orientation programs for new and transfer students of color.

• Serve as advisor to the Black Student Union and other Multicultural Student Organizations as assigned.

• Promote availability and visibility to student body via effective utilization of office space, office hours and attendance/involvement in campus programs and events.

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

• Oversee the related budgets of the office.

• May teach at least one section of the first-year student transition course each Fall semester.

• Serve on various University committees as assigned.

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



Bachelor’s degree required. Experience in activities programming, leadership programming and training, and advising students is important. Experience working with minority and international students is necessary. Excellent interpersonal communication, organizational skills and understanding of college
student development needed. 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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


Counseling Lab Part-Time Receptionist/Secretary


Walsh University seeks candidate to fill a part-time 20-hour/week position providing confidential secretarial and receptionist services for the community and mental health counseling center. 

Walsh University is a private co-educational Catholic University that promotes academic excellence, a diverse community and close student-teacher interactions. With a strong commitment to student success, Walsh University embraces active learning, 21st Century skills development and a learning environment grounded in Judeo-Christian values. 



The candidate chosen must maintain a hospitable and confidential environment focused on customer respect and satisfaction; Greet community clients and students and confidentially determine which service they are to receive, answer the phone promptly and with courtesy, and take accurate, complete messages, including phone numbers; Check all voicemails (morning, noon and prior to leaving for the day) and document in message book; Relay messages to appropriate staff member; Sort incoming mail and send outgoing mail by end of day; Make client appointments and return calls as assigned by counseling staff; Deliver faxes as soon as received to counseling center; Contribute to a working environment that fosters staff efficiency and professionalism; Provide confidential services to community clients and students in crisis; Provide practicum students assigned labs for sessions with students. 

Receptionist Duties: 

  • Occasional phone screenings with community members seeking services 


Secretarial Duties: 

  • Provide monthly utilization and scheduling data to the Chair of the Social and Behavioral Science Division
  • Keep an accurate, current client appointment schedule (daily)
  • Maintain an accurate, current counselor activity log summary (weekly)
  • Maintain accurate, current databases, including client rosters (weekly)
  • Type and send letters, reports, memoranda, etc., as assigned (daily)
  • Maintain supply of office forms (daily)
  • Coordinate receptionist services and personnel, including posting a daily work schedule (daily)
  • Maintain organized and confidential records and files (daily)
  • Provide practicum instructor with counselor in training client rosters (weekly)
  • Create and maintain an efficient and organized system for the management of paper flow to and from secretary’s office (daily)
  • Update the director on the status of current jobs/tasks, new clients and/or concerns (daily)
  • Ordering and tracking of all office supplies
  • Tracking of budget and keeping budget book up to date
  • Other duties assigned by the director of the community and mental health counseling center 

Supervisor Duties: 

  • Train the HCC Graduate Assistant
  • Supervise the HCC Graduate Assistant 




Skills needed: 

Must possess at least 5 years’ relevant secretarial experience preferable in a setting where confidentiality was a requirement; Professional demeanor; Demonstrated computer literacy and strong skills in the use of office productivity tools (i.e., Microsoft Office, Excel, Access, Word, Publisher and Landro (HCC recording technology-will train in its use); Solid interpersonal skills; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Ability to work in a results-oriented department in an organized and independent manner; Great strength in
confidentiality and dealing with crisis situations.


High School diploma with office experience. Prefer vocational, specialized training or college degree.

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