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Staff Openings

 

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.   

Responsibilities 

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. 

EXPECTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

• 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. 

 

Requirements 

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. 

 

Responsibilities 

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 

 

Requirements 

 

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.

Education: 

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

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


Visitor Services Associate

Walsh University is seeking a Visitor Services Associate (VSA). VSA is a part-time position at Walsh University’s Hoover Historical Center, March through October, on Thursday or Friday afternoons weekly and one Saturday afternoon per month averaging total 20 hours per month – more if covering both Thursday & Friday afternoons in absence of another staff. VSA is responsible for conducting hourly tours 1-4pm, of the Hoover family home and sharing history of The Hoover Company and founder, W.H.“Boss” Hoover.

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.    

Responsibilities 

The VSA will provide clerical assistance to Operations Coordinator and Museum Curator with daily operations, research and museum events. Will also field phone and personal inquiries about the Center and other area attractions. 

Requirements 

  • Must have high school education and computer skills in Microsoft
    Word and Excel
  • Must be conscientious
  • Must be a team player and possess ability to work well with others
  • Must possess professional speaking skills
  • Must respect and practice protocol in representing Walsh & the museum in all correspondence with the public, University staff, volunteers and students personally, on telephone, in meetings, and written correspondence - emails, letters, and museum records.
  • A professional presentation of self in dress (honor dress code), mannerisms,
    and in speaking is required at all times.  

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


Residential Administrative Services Coordinator / Hall Director 

Walsh University is seeking a Residential Administrative Services Coordinator / Hall Director who is dynamic, energetic, mature and 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 Residential Administrative Services Coordinator / Hall Director plays an integral role in actualizing this commitment. 

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.  

Responsibilities 

The Residential Administrative Services Coordinator / Hall Director is responsible for creating and maintaining a positive, student-centered environment within the residence halls. This includes the establishment of programs and services which foster respect, dignity, and collegiality among residential students, in unison with the ethics and spirit of the University’s Mission Statement. 

Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, establishing close relationships with residents, staff, and faculty; managing day to day operations of the assigned residence hall; assisting with housing contracts and leadership; Resident Assistant supervision, selection, and training; overseeing residential programming; campus duty coverage; discipline; and conflict resolution/crisis management. In addition, the Residential Administrative Services Coordinator / Hall Director has responsibility in supervising and mentoring one Graduate Hall Coordinator and assumes responsibility for this area accordingly. 

The Residential Administrative Services Coordinator / Hall Director reports directly to the Chief Housing Officer. 

HALL DIRECTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

•Supervise, train, and evaluate one Graduate Hall Coordinator.

•Overall responsibility for a residential area consisting of approximately 200 students in a traditional residence hall or apartment-style setting.

•Supervise train, and evaluate a team of Resident Assistants assigned to the building/area.

•Coordinate, in conjunction with the Coordinator of University Housing Placements, housing contracts, room changes, and placements.

•Maintain residence hall records and inventories; issuance/replacement of building keys/swipes damage assessment and billing; and other appropriate records and data files.

• Assist in campus wide programs that affect the student body.

• Oversee development, implementation, and assessment of community programming.

• Coordinate opening and closing of residence hall area during University recesses and supervise check-in and check-out responsibilities.

• Responsible, under the guidance of the Chief Housing Officer, for enforcing University policies and procedures. Will initiate discipline process as needed, serve as a judicial hearing officer, and serve as a member of the Student Life Judicial Board.

• Maintain communications and interactions with residence hall students, staff, Chief Housing Officer, Vice-President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students, and other offices and staff.

• Participate in on-call responsibilities, crisis intervention, and conflict resolution.

• Assist in contacting/requesting emergency transportation of residential students to health care facilities, where applicable.

• Other duties and special projects as assigned by the Chief Housing Officer, Vice-President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students. 

 

RESIDENTIAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

• Coordinate all housing needs for students approved for accommodations during winter break, spring break, and summer sessions.

• Coordinate all early arrivals to the residence halls.

• Process residence hall damage billings. Organize continual communication with the residential community updating the status of community billing in each area.

• Serve as primary contact and liaison for residence life external vendors (laundry, cable, vending, etc.) to ensure all services are being properly maintained.

• Coordinate, in conjunction with the Director of Campus & Community Programs, housing needs for summer camps and conferences. Serve as a Residence Life liaison to each visiting group to ensure overall customer satisfaction.

• Coordinate and manage the use of auxiliary spaces (classrooms, theater,computer labs, and commons areas) in the residence halls for us by campus clubs/organizations and departments within the University during the academic year.

• Coordinate annual Life sponsored philanthropy projects, under the guidance of the Chief Housing Officer.

• Coordinate the Snowbird program for commuter students and staff requiring short-term housing during inclement weather.

• Serve as member of the Dining Service Committee.

• Recruit, train, and coordinate the “Cavaliers Crew” Opening Weekend student volunteer group responsible for assisting with freshman student move-in. 

Requirements 

Bachelor’s degree required with appropriate related experience; preferably in the areas of Residence Life, college leadership and / or programming. Master’s degree in higher education administration, college student personnel, or related field preferred. Excellent interpersonal communication, organization skills, and understanding of college student development needed. Positive attitude and sense of humor a must.

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


Graduate Hall Coordinator  

Walsh University is seeking a Graduate Hall Coordinator who is dynamic, energetic, mature and 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 Residential Administrative Services Coordinator / Hall Director plays an integral role in actualizing this commitment. 

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.  

Responsibilities 

The Hall Coordinator (HC) is responsible for creating and maintaining a positive, student centered community within the residence halls. This includes the establishment of programs and services which foster respect, dignity, and collegiality among residential students, in unison with the ethics and spirit of the University’s Mission Statement. Furthermore, the HC will supervise and mentor the Resident Assistants (R.A.s). The HC reports to a Residence Life Professional Staff member. 

Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, establishing close relationships with residents, staff, and faculty; managing the day to day operations of one Residence Hall; assisting with housing contracts and placement; RA selection and training; overseeing residential programming; duty coverage; discipline; and conflict resolution/crisis management.  

EXPECTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Overall responsibility for residential area consisting of approximately 150 students in a traditional residence hall.

• Assist with selecting, training, supervising, mentoring, and evaluating Resident Assistants. Development of a “team concept” among staff is crucial.

• Participate in on call responsibilities, crisis intervention, and conflict resolution.

• Assist in contacting/requesting emergency transportation of residential students to health care facilities, where applicable.

• Responsible for enforcing University policies and procedures. Will initiate discipline process as needed, serve as a judicial hearing officer and may serve as a member of the Student Life Judicial Board.

• Coordinate, in conjunction with your supervisor, housing contracts, room changes, and placement.

• Maintain residence hall records and inventories; issuance/replacement of building keys; damage assessment/billing; and other appropriate records and data files.

• Oversee opening and closing of residence area during University recesses and supervise check in/out operations.

• Articulate student interests/needs and facilitate the development of a living learning environment that is conducive to student development.

• Oversee development, implementation, and assessment of community programming

• Assist with campus wide programs that affect the student body (i.e., Orientation, Leadership Program and Retreat, Student Recognition Banquet, student government, and student activities).

• Serve as co-advisor to the Residence Hall Council or as co-advisor to National Residence Hall Honorary.

• Maintain communications and interactions with residence hall students, staff, and faculty (i.e., Campus Ministry, Counseling Services, Campus Police, Maintenance, Student Support Services, Business office), via effective use of office hours, maintaining a physical presence in the residence halls and prompt return of telephone and email messages.

• Other duties and special projects as assigned by your supervisor, the Associate Director of Residence Life, Assistant Dean of Students and/or the Vice-President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students.  

Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree required with appropriate related experience; preferably in the areas of residence life, college leadership, and programming. Strong interpersonal skills, positive attitude, organizational skills, and sense of humor are a must. Must be a full time student in a graduate studies program at Walsh University or other area college/university and have continued successful advancement in a graduate program (the number of credit hours enrolled per semester must be approved by the Chief Housing Officer.)

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