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As an employee of Newberry College, you will be part of a 160+ year tradition of respected education. Our employees are preparing graduates to succeed every day!

Newberry College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, gender, veteran status, genetic characteristic, or disability in employment or the provision of services.

Newberry College encourages a diversity of applicants.  Foreign Nationals should indicate current United States immigration status when submitting application materials.

Please follow the links below to view positions in your area of interest.


Faculty

Newberry College is seeking a tenure-track, full-time (9 month) assistant teaching professor for the Department of Teacher Education.  The successful candidate will be a dynamic, flexible, and creative professional who demonstrates a strong commitment to student learning in the context of best practices through performance-based teaching. In addition to teaching a variety of undergraduate (and future graduate) courses through a team environment of the educator preparation program of Newberry College, the candidate will be responsible for professional service, scholarly productivity, recruitment and retention initiatives, supervision of field and clinical experiences, and authentic advisement for education majors. A background in the accreditation process, experience in teaching early childhood, elementary, middle or secondary students in a public or private school setting along with teaching experience with a diversity of learners such as English Language Learners and/or special education is preferred.

 

Newberry College is committed to the achievement of academic excellence by students from diverse backgrounds.  We are committed to giving all students opportunities for success through service and personal attention. The successful candidate will have intercultural competence and history of success working with students from diverse and underrepresented populations.

The Department of Teacher Education is fully accredited by CAEP.

Start Date: August 2022

 

Educational or other hiring requirements for the position:

An earned doctorate in education is preferred. A.B.D. or a highly experienced professional with a master’s degree in education will be considered. Demonstration of excellent interpersonal, technology, and communication competencies.

How to apply for the position:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Applicants should send a letter of interest, C.V., unofficial transcripts of graduate coursework, and contact information for three professional references. References will not be checked without candidate permission.  Electronic application materials should be emailed to Human Resources at 
human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject “Assistant Professor of Education”.

JOB DESCRIPTION:  Newberry College (SC) seeks a visionary, entrepreneurial Dean of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences to lead the newly formed Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.  The successful candidate will have a demonstrated record as an innovator in higher education, specifically focused on transforming classrooms into active, engaging learning environments.  They will place high value on promoting a culture of creativity and expression.  The Dean has primary responsibility for enhancing the quality of programming in the division and advocating for the value of a liberal arts education both internally and externally.  They should be able to work closely with the Dean’s Council to advance the connectivity of the liberal arts to the college’s outstanding professional programs.  They will also work closely with faculty within the new division to develop a shared vision for the future.

The successful candidate will understand the changing and diverse nature of incoming students.  They will lead division faculty to design and deliver programming that is relevant, active, and engaging to all students.  They understand how to engage students through personalized pedagogy which utilizes a broad range of alternative strategies to help students grasp the material, connect it to their passion, and build confidence in themselves. The successful candidate will be relentless in leading the development of curriculum, pedagogy, faculty development, and evaluation which celebrates diversity and enhances inclusivity and belonging.  

The successful candidate will be an innovative leader who will develop and articulate a vision and strategy.  They will be able to implement the institutional and division strategic plans on time and within budget.  

The Dean will be a tireless advocate for the value of the liberal arts in a challenging higher education environment.  They will balance the role of the division in delivering high quality academic majors and engaging and relevant coursework for non-majors working to give breadth and meaning to their studies.  The successful candidate will be a transparent leader, understanding their role in shared governance.  They will be an excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills, adept at working with diverse audiences including faculty, staff, students, administration, community members, grantors, etc.
 
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES: This position reports to the Vice President of Academic Affairs.  The dean will hold an administrative appointment with faculty rank, will teach two courses per year and advise a small number of students.  They are a member of the Dean’s Council, the senior Academic leadership team.

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
A terminal degree with experience appropriate to an appointment to a rank of Associate or Full Professor with an exceptional record of accomplishment in the areas of teaching, creativity, and professional service. A change management leadership mindset. Prior administrative leadership including budgeting, policy review and formation, supervising staff, and revenue generation (fundraising, grants, community partnerships etc.). Understanding of strategic planning:  developing, prioritizing, and delivering division goals and objectives. Excellent communication skills. A record of working across administrative units to achieve institutional strategic initiatives. An entrepreneurial mind-set to problem solving, resource generation, and fiscal responsibility. Excellence in program assessment and review. A record of success in recruiting and retaining underrepresented faculty, staff, and students. A record of meaningful collaboration with external constituents including advisory panels, grantors.

 

APPLICATION: Letter of interest and resume should be emailed to Human Resources at human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject " DEAN OF ARTS, HUMANITIES, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES."

JOB DESCRIPTION

The successful candidate has a demonstrated history of successfully mentoring and development of students’ critical thinking skills.  They also have a demonstrated history of successfully working with diverse populations. Teach 3-6 credit hours during the Fall 2022 semester, with the potential for additional courses in the Spring 2023 semester (position to remain part-time).

 

JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Teach assigned sociology courses.
  • Adhere to college policies and procedures.
  • Work collegially and professionally with students, faculty, and staff.
  • Perform other duties as required, as assigned by the Department Chair, or in accordance with the faculty handbook

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
Masters in Sociology (M.A.) is required. Demonstrates interpersonal and communication skills.  

 

APPLY FOR THE POSITION
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Applicants should send a letter of interest, C.V., a statement of teaching philosophy, official transcripts of graduate coursework, and contact information for three professional references. References will not be checked without candidate permission.  Electronic application materials should be emailed to Human Resources at human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject “Adjunct Sociology Instructor”.


Staff

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students serves as the college’s Chief Student Affairs Officer (CSAO) and is responsible for strategic visioning, evaluation and leadership of a comprehensive student affairs program.  Works closely with faculty and staff to develop efficient and effective programs and services that supports the College's mission and promote student success, retention and timely graduation.  The position holds faculty status.


JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Reports directly to the President and serves as a member of the President’s Council.
  • Works closely with Dean of Enrollment Management and Center for Student Success to ensure effective welcoming of incoming students and strong retention of enrolled students.
  • Works closely with Vice President of Academic Affairs to ensure strong collaboration and integration of classroom and co-curricular activities.
  • Works closely with Director of Athletics and staff to ensure understanding of code of conduct with student athletes. Also to establish the need for coordinated processes and strong, regular direct communication.
  • Oversees a comprehensive student affairs program that includes responsibility for staff direction or direct supervision of:  Housing and Residence Life, Campus Recreation and Intramurals, Security, Post Office, Health and Counseling Services, Greek Life, Student Engagement, Student Government Association, Orientation & First-Year Programs, Family Association, Esports and Judicial Affairs.
  • Serves as the final appellate authority for student conduct cases and provide consultation, outreach and education on issues pertaining to student conduct.
  • Oversees compliance with all campus, state, and federal regulations, including Title IX, VAWA and the Clery Act.
  •  Leads the college in continued efforts towards ‘Student First’ culture.
  • Establishes and maintains high performance standards for the members of the staff.
  • Builds collaborative working relationships and partners within the college community with alumni, parents, and members of the local community.
  • Provides oversight of budgets and resources.
  • Use assessment data to guide continuous improvement of student affairs services.
  • Facilitates resolution of student grievances.
  • Leads emergency and crisis management efforts.
  • Maintains a visible profile on-campus and at student events.
  • Serves as Advisor for the Student Government Association.
  • Assists the President and staff in developing proposals for external funding and grants and participates in other forms of fundraising as shall be appropriate for this office.
  •  Regularly informs the offices and units under direct supervision of the relevant criteria established by SACS and ensure that their annual personnel evaluations include assessments of their knowledge of the SACS criteria relevant to their respective areas.
  • Provides information to and supports the members of the Student Life Committee of the Board of Trustees.
  • Serves on various college committees including but not limited to the Dining Services, Housing Strategy, Spaces and Places, and Budget Committees.
  • Completes any other duties deemed appropriate by the President .

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
Master’s degree required; doctorate strongly preferred. Area of study desired:  higher education administration or student personnel. Seven to ten years experience in Student Affairs, with at least three of those years at the senior administrative level. Excellent communications skills to work with students, faculty, parents, and constituents. Skills in emergency and crisis management. An understanding of private, Christian, liberal arts education and possess ability to work in a small college setting.

 

APPLICANTS

Candidates should submit the following via email to human.resources@newberry.edu with the Subject Line: VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS AND DEAN OF STUDENTS:

  • Cover letter expressing interest in the position
  • Resume
  • References

JOB DESCRIPTION:  The Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach provides administrative, instructional, and recruiting support services under the direction and supervision of the Head Women's Basketball Coach.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Motivate and inspire student-athletes to excel in the classroom and on the field. Successfully research, scout, evaluate and contact prospective student-athletes while organizing recruiting communication.
  • Collaborate with other campus departments and university staff in designing comprehensive and positive official and unofficial student/parent visits.
  • Assist in coordination of practice and game preparation and post practice analysis. Assist in developing and training players successfully tactically, technically, athletically, and mentally in a positive environment.
  •  Assist in creating scouting reports, post-game match analysis and pregame match preparation.
  • Assist the strength and conditioning coach and head coach in sport science management and implementation of strength programs and speed agility quickness programs.
  • Attend all necessary meetings with student-athletes and personnel internally and externally on behalf of the university and program.
  • Assist in administrative day to day functions of travel, equipment, and budgetary organization and implementation.
  • Assist in all day to day functions including student-athlete management, student-athlete welfare management, and overall staff and program development.
  • Monitor and guide student athletes with their academic plans and progress getting them any assistance they need.
  • Help plan and grow the continued development and implementation of various camps.  Assists with the development and maintenance of appropriate public relations, fund-raising and promotional activities as necessary.
  • Assist the head coach in building and maintaining working relationships with coaches, administration, and staff on and off campus.
  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor at all times. Other job related duties, activities, and responsibilities may change or be assigned at any time, with or without notice.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

A Bachelor’s Degree is required. Strong organizational, interpersonal, supervisory and administrative skills. Be able to communicate effectively to all groups through both oral and written channels.  Ability to teach the game of women’s basketball at a high level within a professional environment.  The ability to exercise independent and sound judgment when making decisions and problem solving. The ability to take initiative and ownership of their work.  Ability to work independently as well as function effectively in a team.  Ability to travel and work flexible and irregular hours, including nights, weekends, holidays and overnight. Demonstrate tact, a positive attitude, courtesy and discretion in dealing with students, athletes, coaches, trainers, officials, university faculty, staff and administration, and the public. A working knowledge of the NCAA rules and regulations is required. Having a familiarity with video editing, scouting and recruiting software and a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, the internet and social media is preferred.

 

Alumni are strongly encouraged to apply. Electronic resume materials may be emailed to human.resources@newberry.edu   Please include “Assistant Women's Basketball Coach" in the subject line.

JOB DESCRIPTION:  This position is responsible for recruiting, skill instruction, scouting of opponents, correspondence, organizing official visits and unofficial visits, and coaching members of the Women's Basketball Team during competition. Also required is participation in fundraising activities as well as philanthropic events for the program and athletic department.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

Bachelor’s Degree (required), Master's Degree (preferred). A strong commitment to the Student-Athlete concept and a working knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations is required. Positive attitude. Ability to support the goals and mission of the College. Ability and desire to support College functions. Alumni are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Electronic resume materials may be emailed to human.resources@newberry.edu   Please include “Assistant Women's Basketball Coach | Part-Time" in the subject line.

The Department of Athletics of Newberry College is currently accepting applications for Assistant Baseball Coach.  This is a part-time position. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to communicate, develop baseball skills, recruit, and monitor academic progress. 

To be considered for this position, qualified candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Human.resources@newberry.edu.  Please include “Assistant Baseball Coach – Part Time" in the subject line.

JOB DESCRIPTION: This position is responsible for recruiting, skill instruction, scouting of opponents, correspondence, organizing home visits, organizing official visits and unofficial visits, and coaching members of the Newberry College Football Team during competition.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

Bachelor’s Degree (required), Master's Degree (preferred). A strong commitment to the Student-Athlete concept and a working knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations is required. Positive attitude. Ability to support the goals and mission of the College. Ability and desire to support College functions.

 

APPLICANTS

To be considered for this position, qualified candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Human.resources@newberry.edu.  Please include “Assistant Football Coach – Part Time" in the subject line.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION: Part-time Strength and Conditioning Intern will report to the Director of Strength, Conditioning, and Sports Performance and collaborate with coaches and staff to achieve the overall mission of Newberry College and the athletic department. This is a paid 8-month/29-hours per week position.  Compensation includes $1,000 per month for 8 months (January 1 – April 30 and August 1 – November 30), housing, and on campus meals in the cafe. Interns will be allowed to work a part-time job provided it does not conflict with their assigned team’s training schedule and other related Newberry Strength and Conditioning duties.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Design, implement, and manage in-season and off-season strength and conditioning programs for multiple men’s and women’s Olympic sports.
  • Assist with the daily operation of the football strength and conditioning program as needed.
  • Communicate daily with sports medicine staff regarding athletes’ health and return to play progress.
  • Collaborate with sport coaches of assigned teams to monitor athlete training loads (including sport-specific training and strength and conditioning) and athletic development.
  • Assist with the daily upkeep and maintenance of two athletic weight rooms.
  • Maintain professional working relationships with athletic training, academics, and respective coaching staffs
  • Other duties, as assigned, relevant to efficiently operating the strength, conditioning, and sports performance program.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

The minimum qualifications for this position include a bachelor’s degree – preferably in an exercise science related discipline; certification by the National Strength & Conditioning Association, Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association, or USA Weightlifting; and up-to-date CPR/AED/First Aid certification.  Candidates must possess outstanding communication skills - both written and oral, have the ability to manage large groups of athletes in a safe and organized manner, possess great initiative, and possess a solution-oriented mindset that maximizes the student-athlete experience.

 

To be considered for this position, qualified candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and contact information for at least three references to:

Human.resources@newberry.edu. Please include “Part-time Strength and Conditioning Intern " in the subject line

Candidates should also include two videos demonstrating their ability to coach an Olympic lift and a multi-joint strength movement.

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Assistant Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track & Field Coach and Associate provides administrative, instructional, and recruiting support services under the direction and supervision of the Head Men’s and Women's Cross Country and Track & Field.  


JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Achieving a high level of competency in sport skill instruction, motivation, and conduct of practice sessions under the direction of the Head Men’s and Women's Cross Country and Track & Field Coach.
  • Recruiting student athletes effectively under the direction of the Head Men’s and Women's Cross Country and Track & Field Coach.
  • Exhibiting the highest professional standards and ethical behavior with adherence to NCAA, SAC Conference, College, and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Code of Ethics.
  • Demonstrating a sincere interest in the social, emotional, academic development, as well as the athletic welfare of student athletes.
  • Demonstrating excellent writing, speaking, and listening abilities.
  • Participating in continuing education conferences, workshops, or meetings to increase professional skills and knowledge.
  • Exhibiting leadership and professional behavior in dealing with student athletes.
  • Completing all assignments made by the Head Men’s and Women's Cross Country and Track & Field Coach including but not limited to budget management, scheduling, event management, and fundraising.
  • Contributing to the maintenance of good working relationships.
  • Completes any other duties deemed appropriate by the Head Men’s and Women's Cross Country and Track & Field.


EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
Bachelor’s Degree required. A high level of competency in Track & Field skill instruction and motivation and understanding of the role of intercollegiate athletics in a highly competitive academic environment. Strong recruiting, teaching, and coaching skills. An ability to build and maintain positive relationships with student athletes, staff, and alumni. A high level of competency in Cross Country / Track & Field skill instruction and motivation. Successful background in collegiate coaching, preferably at the collegiate level. Demonstrated success in coaching in distance runners. Proven skills in fan, friend, and fund-raising. Valid Driver’s License. Knowledge and experience working with distance runners. College recruiting experience preferred.

 

APPLICANTS

Candidates should submit the following via email to human.resources@newberry.edu with the Subject Line: Assistant Men’s and Women’s Distance Coach for Cross Country and Track & Field:

  • Cover letter expressing interest in the position
  • Resume

JOB DESCRIPTION: 

The Director of Admission contributes to the overall success of the College by ensuring strategic growth and enrollment management as identified in the College’s Strategic Plan and annual goals. The Director assists the Dean of Enrollment Management by attracting qualified applicants, developing a “student first” admission process, and ensuring a seamless transition to academic success, retention and graduation. Through effective strategic planning and assessment, the Director provides the leadership in developing a recruitment plan for specified populations of students, including first-time freshmen, transfer, online completion, graduate, international students and identified academic majors. The Director is responsible for targeted recruitment initiatives, coordinating recruitment territories, budget, management and supervision/training of the admission staff. This position reports to the Dean of Enrollment Management and is a member of the institution’s Enrollment Retention Management Team (ERM).

 

JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Supervise a staff of 10 (and growing) professional team members and assist the Dean in all matters related to enrollment management.
  • Work with the Dean of Enrollment Management, President, Vice President for Academic Affairs and other members of the ERM team to develop an enrollment management plan.
  • Develop enrollment forecasting models for new student growth as well as special program enrollments.
  • Ensure exemplary customer service and a student-first approach in all interactions, written communication/publications, campus tours and events and in every aspect of the admission process.
  • Identify, hire, and professionally develop admission counselors and support team members; and develop comprehensive on-boarding and on-going training, including financial aid.
  • Develop a communication & marketing plan to ensure consistent, prompt, and creative outreach to students and parents/families, develop marketing strategies to increase brand awareness using multiple platforms, including print, digital, and social media campaigns.
  • Ensure all admission processes and procedures are operating at an optimal level at all times to enable efficient and prompt student transition through the various stages of the admission process.
  • Collaborate with the Dean of Enrollment Management to develop and coordinate smart, creative, effective, and efficient travel strategies, to stabilize existing markets and grow in new markets.
  • Generate, analyze and present comprehensive enrollment reports on a weekly basis for members of the ERM team. Provide an analysis to be shared with President’s Council.
  • Work with the Academic Deans to develop programs, communication and other strategies to increase enrollment in targeted programs of study.
  • Work to create and implement comprehensive strategies for enhancing relationships with high school counselors, two-year college advisors, South Carolina Independent Schools, community-based agency leaders, and other key external stakeholders.
  • Work with Intercollegiate Athletics to develop processes and communication that foster coordination, cooperation, and collaboration.
  • Develop a full array of recruitment and yield events, on and off campus to ensure outreach to every specified student population.
  • Understand the financial aid process including knowledge of discounting at a private institution, federal regulations, and effective strategies for financial aid counseling as it relates to the admission process.
  • Serve as the lead spokesperson for admission events and off campus presentations.
  • Participate in general admission activities, which would include but not limited to scholarship events, open houses, financial aid briefings and other events as necessary.
  • Perform other duties as required, as assigned by the Dean of Enrollment Management.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

Master’s degree required. Must be proficient at generating, analyzing, and presenting data-driven reports. Demonstrated project management skills and the ability to prioritize projects in a high-volume and timeline-driven process. Knowledge of financial aid packaging and discounting at a private institution. Knowledge of enrollment planning, demographics, recruitment, marketing strategies, communications, and admission office operational functions. Leadership, supervisory and office management skills. Excellent communication, public speaking, and interpersonal skills. Ability to work as a member of a team in a collaborative decision-making environment. Experience in budget planning and monitoring. Excellent organizational skills including the ability to prioritize and perform a variety of projects and assignments simultaneously and in a timely manner. Five to seven years of progressively responsible experience in admission, higher education, or a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience required.

 

APPLICANTS:

Candidates should submit the following via email to human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject line: Director of Admission:

  • Cover letter expressing interest in the position
  • Resume

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Assist the head coach with the organization and direction of all aspects of the NCAA Division II Field Hockey program. Specific responsibilities include identification and recruitment of athletically and academically qualified student-athletes; regular practice sessions and game preparation (Goalkeeping experience preferred but not required); and assisting with the management of equipment, team travel, program budgets, public/alumni relations, fundraising, promoting the philosophy and objectives of the intercollegiate athletics program and other duties assigned by the head coach. Must be able and willing to regularly work evenings and weekends to achieve objectives of the position. The successful candidate must possess and will demonstrate excellent communication and organizational skills, good work ethic and self-motivation, the ability and willingness to be a positive role model.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Adhere to the highest standards of academic integrity and work in compliance with all College, NCAA, and South Atlantic Conference rules and regulations.
  • Assist with player and team development to include; player individual coached sessions, player video review, practice and game development, pre-game and post-game break down, scouting for opponents and tactical adjustments with the greatest emphasis to be placed on goalkeeper development.
  • Goalkeeper development includes the ability to effectively warm-up goalies and organize practice and game plans for the position.
  • Work in conjunction with the Head Field Hockey coach in daily practice planning with an emphasis on out letting formations, pressing plans and specialty situations.
  • On and off campus recruiting responsibilities as assigned with travel expected.
  • Coordination of unofficial and official visits including training for compliance, NCAA and recruiting software.
  • Spearhead the team’s social media platforms to extend regionally, nationally and internationally, including promoting the team to the local community
  • Demonstrate a proven aptitude for coaching as illustrated by a strong work ethic, and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of recruiting software programs (e.g., Front Rush).
  • Performs other duties as may be required by Head Coach and Athletic Director.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s preferred. 2-3 years successful Field Hockey playing and/or coaching experience (college level preferred). Experience with administration and coordination of a collegiate Field Hockey program which focuses on the total development of the Field Hockey student-athlete is preferred duty as well to interact professionally within the department, the campus and the national Field Hockey community. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Should have a working knowledge of various computer programs. Must have a valid drivers’ license

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to manage a 2-3 hours practice
  • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds

 

Applicants

Please submit a resume, cover letter and three (3) references to human.resources@newberry.edu. Put “Assistant Field Hockey Coach” in the subject line.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Intercollegiate Athletics Department at Newberry College, an NCAA Division II institution and a member of the South Atlantic Conference is seeking qualified applicants for the Director of Strength, Conditioning & Sports Performance (12-month administrative professional). Newberry College has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Newberry’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.

JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Planning and directing all phases of the Division II Strength and Conditioning Program.
  • Team scheduling, practice, and game day coaching.
  • Compliance with NCAA and South Atlantic Conference rules and regulations.
  • Working in coordination with the other domains (Nutrition, Sports Medicine, and Psychology), as well as coordination with sport coaches.
  • Providing supervision of assistants, interns, and volunteers.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

Bachelor’s degree in physical education, kinesiology, exercise science, health science, or a related field required; master’s degree preferred, a minimum of three years strength and conditioning coaching experience preferably at the collegiate level, current CSCS certification or equivalent certification required, certifications by Functional Movement Systems, National Academy of Sports Medicine, and/or American College of Sports Medicine preferred, availability for weekend, evening and holiday work as needed, excellent customer service skills, ability to multi-task successfully, excellent written and oral communication skills, and the capacity to deal effectively with a wide range of constituencies.

 

APPLICATIONS

Candidates should submit the following documentation: cover letter, resume, and list of certifications to human.resources@newberry.edu. Subject headline should read, "Director of Strength, Conditioning & Sports Performance."

JOB DESCRIPTION:  The Ten-month appointment (beginning July/August 2021).  Assistantship position at Newberry has a long tradition of hard- working individuals who have gone on to become contributors to their profession over the last decade. Alumni of the program include head and assistant SID’s in all three NCAA divisions and others in minor league baseball front offices. In this position, you will get involved in a little bit of everything. You will be a primary sport contact for multiple sports from Day One. We work in a fairly relaxed environment with the goal of providing top-notch services for small-school student-athletes.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION: Bachelor’s degree required. Strong organizational skills are essential. Prefer experience in Sports Information/Athletic Communications with working knowledge of Stat Crew and/or NCAA Live Stats for various sports and record keeping of all sports. Require proficient use of computers and desktop publishing (Adobe Creative Suite, specifically InDesign and Photoshop; Microsoft Office). Will become primary contact of multiple sports, write press releases, compile statistics, and will assist with the writing, designing and editing of media guides, game programs, and other publications.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Compensation includes: $1000 per month, campus housing if available, and a meal plan. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.

 

APPLICANTS: Letter of application, resume, writing samples, and three references should be emailed to human.resources@newberry.edu.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Assistant Director of Residence Life is responsible for helping to improve the student experience, by implementing a comprehensive residential program to facilitate student engagement in educational opportunities designed to build community and citizenship; support for student wellbeing and success; and meaningful connections with the academic community.

JOB FUNCTIONS:

Departmental Duties

  • Collaborate with faculty/staff on living, learning communities within area of responsibility-First Year Experience, First Year Honors Program, Senior Housing (Nursing, Student Teachers, etc.).
  • Manage the Housing Assignments/ Selection Process.
  • Maintain the housing occupancy charts and provide data for Dean of Student reports.
  • Manage departmental end of year billing and communication.
  • Attend all Wolf Nation Welcome Orientation and Admitted Student Days.
  • Create and maintain a positive and informative Social Media presence using the Housing and Residence Life handles, tags, etc..
  • Supervise undergraduate Residential student staff to include Senior Resident Advisors and Resident Assistants.
  • Coordinate Opening and Closing Procedures for area of responsibility to include room inspections and all departmental procedures.
  • Develop comprehensive programming plans designed to meet the needs of the assigned halls.
  • Work closely with Director of HRL to handle facilities management to maintain residence halls and to plan for future enhancements and renovations.
  • Perform on-call duties as required including a rotating duty schedule.
  • Assist, as needed, in crises and emergencies.
  • Maintain monthly listening sessions for each building to help improve the student experience.
  • Coordinate key operations and placing information into Jenzabar.
  • Other duties as assigned by Housing Director.

Campus- Wide Responsibilities

  • Serve on the Student Affairs Leadership Team and play an integral role in planning campus programs with faculty and other campus departments such as Summer Orientation, Homecoming, Family Weekend, student organization leadership training, and other events unique to Newberry College.
  • Aid in the coordination of Welcome Week (First 56/Second 56) as the Housing Representative
  • As a live-in employee, it is expected that interaction will take place at various activities and in the dining hall regularly.
  • Maintain current on SACS criteria and perform regular assessment activities to ensure compliance and that best practices are being employed.
  • Other duties as assigned by Housing Director.

 

Specialized Assignments

  • Serve on the First-Year Experience team, managing all aspects of the programming that falls within the Hall environment.
  • Serve as college conduct officer and liaison with the Assistant Dean of Students or designee, overseeing residential conduct log, communications between Residence Life, and the Assistant Dean regarding hearings, sanctioning, and follow-up. Advise the Resident Advisor council and provide recommendations and guidance to the council.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

Master’s Degree in Student Personnel, required. Residence life experience and effective communication skills are essential. Pride in one’s work, willingness to contribute to the positive welfare of students

Effective oral and written communication skills, including the ability to present complex information and data to audiences with varied background knowledge (students, faculty, staff, parents, etc.). Proficiency with common office software (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite) e-mail, internet, and social media. Strong managerial skills with demonstrated abilities to train, mentor/develop and motivate staff. Ability to adapt well to unexpected situations and re-prioritize work according to changing circumstances.

Ability to work in a self-motivated manner with minimal supervision and to make decisions based on complex concrete and abstract variables in situations where limited standardization exists.

Possess skills and knowledge in the following areas: program development and implementation, advising student organizations, conflict resolution, marketing and promotions, special event coordination, project management, and social media.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Compensation

Starting at $35,600 annually depending on experience. Furnished two-bedroom house/apartment. Professional Development funds as deemed by the College.

Conditions of Employment

The Assistant Director position is a 12-month, live-in position. Although the position requires approximately 37.5 hours per week, the nature of the position, at times, necessitates unpredictable work weeks including nights and weekends. Some weeks requiring more than 40 hours. The nature of the position requires that the Assistant Director live on campus in a furnished, assigned house/apartment located within the area of responsibility.

 

APPLICATIONS

Candidates should submit the following via email to human.resources@newberry.edu with the Subject Line: Assistant Director of Residence Life and First Year Experience:

  • Cover letter expressing interest in the position
  • Resume

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Assistant Director of Residence Life is responsible for helping to improve the student experience, by implementing a comprehensive residential program to facilitate student engagement in educational opportunities designed to build community and citizenship; support for student wellbeing and success; and meaningful connections with the academic community.

JOB FUNCTIONS:

Departmental Duties

  • Collaborate with faculty/staff on living, learning communities within area of responsibility-2"! Year Honors Housing and Call Me Mister Program.
  • Develop/Coordinate Desk Assistant training to include monthly in-service.
  • Develop/Coordinate Office Assistant training to include monthly in-service and professional development.
  • Coordinate departmental Resident Assistant hiring and selection process.
  • Create and maintain a positive and informative Social Media presence using the Housing and Residence Life handles, tags, etc.
  • Supervise undergraduate Residential student staff to include Senior Resident Advisor's and Resident Assistants.
  • Coordinate Opening and Closing Procedures for area of responsibility to include room inspections and all departmental procedures.
  • Develop comprehensive programming plans designed to meet the needs of the assigned halls.
  • Work closely with Director of HRL to handle facilities management to maintain residence halls and to plan for future enhancements and renovations.
  • Perform on-call duties as required including a rotating duty schedule.
  • Assist, as needed, in crises and emergencies.
  • Coordinate Health and Safety Inspections across campus.
  • Coordinate Summer School Housing.
  • Maintain monthly listening sessions for each building to help improve the student experience.
  • Coordinate key operations and placing information into Jenzabar.
  • Other duties as assigned by Housing Director.

Campus- Wide Responsibilities

  • Serve on the Student Affairs Leadership Team and play an integral role in planning campus programs with faculty and other campus departments such as Summer Orientation,Homecoming, Family Weekend, student organization leadership training, and other events unique to Newberry College.
  • Aid in the coordination of Homecoming week as the Housing Representative.
  • As a live-in employee, it is expected that interaction will take place at various activities and in the dining hall regularly.
  • Maintain current on SACS criteria and perform regular assessment activities to ensure compliance and that best practices are being employed.
  • Other duties as assigned by Housing Director.

 

Specialized Assignments

  • Serve on the Retention Action Group (RAG) team, managing all aspects of the retention as directed by the group.
  • Serve as college conduct officer and liaison with the Assistant Dean of Students or designee, overseeing residential conduct log, communication liaison between Residence Life, and the Assistant Dean regarding hearings, sanctioning, and follow-up.

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

Master’s Degree in Student Personnel, required. Residence life experience and effective communication skills are essential. Pride in one’s work, willingness to contribute to the positive welfare of students

Effective oral and written communication skills, including the ability to present complex information and data to audiences with varied background knowledge (students, faculty, staff, parents, etc.). Proficiency with common office software (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite) e-mail, internet, and social media. Strong managerial skills with demonstrated abilities to train, mentor/develop and motivate staff. Ability to adapt well to unexpected situations and re-prioritize work according to changing circumstances.

Ability to work in a self-motivated manner with minimal supervision and to make decisions based on complex concrete and abstract variables in situations where limited standardization exists.

Possess skills and knowledge in the following areas: program development and implementation, advising student organizations, conflict resolution, marketing and promotions, special event coordination, project management, and social media.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Compensation

Starting at $35,600 annually depending on experience. Furnished two-bedroom house/apartment. Professional Development funds as deemed by the College.

Conditions of Employment

The Assistant Director position is a 12-month, live-in position. Although the position requires approximately 37.5 hours per week, the nature of the position, at times, necessitates unpredictable work weeks including nights and weekends. Some weeks requiring more than 40 hours. The nature of the position requires that the Assistant Director live on campus in a furnished, assigned house/apartment located within the area of responsibility.

 

APPLICATIONS

Candidates should submit the following via email to human.resources@newberry.edu with the Subject Line: Assistant Director of Residence Life for Upperclassmen Housing:
  • Cover letter expressing interest in the position
  • Resume

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Director provides overall management and leadership necessary for the effective administration of the College’s Office of Financial Aid, including, but not limited to, financial aid processing and disbursement, financial counseling, database management, reporting, and auditing. A member of the College’s Strategic Enrollment Management team, the Director, develops policies, scholarship leveraging models and budgets, and student service strategies that support the College’s mission and student recruitment and retention goals.

JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Providing leadership, management, and support for the Financial Aid and team and develop a competent, productive, and effective staff by hiring, developing, and supervising assigned personnel.
  • Providing leadership and develop appropriate recommendations for the implementation of related technology applications in support of enhanced services offered through the Financial Aid and Enrollment Management team.
  • Developing and administer the College financial aid and scholarship models and policies, office procedures, and funding programs so that recruitment and retention goals are met, as well as meeting net tuition revenue budget targets.
  • Performing institutional financial aid budget and tuition revenue forecasting and management.
  • Coordinating effectively with academic and administrative units across campus to achieve enrollment management goals.
  • Effectively administering PowerFAIDS and Jenzabar databases by developing expert knowledge of the systems, assessing the systems support needs of the Financial Aid, and working cooperatively with the staff of Information Technology and other offices on campus to ensure that the integrity of the systems and data are maintained and that the systems are utilized productively in support of financial aid operations.
  • Facilitating a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds.
  • Creating and promote a culture that values and prioritizes high-quality service delivery for the College’s students and their families.
  • Providing direction and leadership for the day-to-day operations of the team with particular emphasis on compliance, efficient use of technology, communications, student literacy, and financial aid planning.
  • Collaborating with administrators, deans, faculty, IT, advisors, and counselors to facilitate and improve student retention.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

Bachelor’s required; Master’s degree preferred. Eight (8) years of experience in a college or university financial aid office, at least three years at the program manager, Assistant Director, or Director level is preferred. Experience monitoring, applying, and communicating about Title IV eligibility; CFR 34, and the Federal Register. A record of successful outcomes in the development and achievement of enrollment goals is preferred. Employee selection, supervision, and development skills are preferred. Experience managing institutional enrollment in federal systems (Common Origination and Disbursement, EdConnect, NSLDS, E-App), SAIG agreements, VA Once, and the HRSA Grants database. The ability to understand complex student information systems and to use those systems effectively in management and strategic capacity is required; experience with Jenzabar and PowerFAIDS is strongly preferred.

 

APPLICATIONS:  Application Review will begin immediately and will continue until a candidate is selected.  Candidates should submit the following via email to human.resources@newberry.edu with the Subject Line: Director of Financial Aid:

  • Cover letter expressing interest in the position
  • Resume
  • List of three professional references

College Employment Policy

These job descriptions reflect the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified and shall not necessarily be construed as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job. Job descriptions do not constitute an employment agreement or contract of employment, expressed or implied. Unless designated in writing and signed by the College President, all College employees are considered to be EMPLOYED AT WILL. Newberry College reserves the right to change, alter and amend job descriptions, functions and duties at the pleasure of the College President or Board of Trustees.

About Newberry College

Newberry College is a private, residential, co-educational institution with a diverse student population. Founded in 1856 by the Lutheran Church, Newberry College continues to be ranked among the South’s best colleges by U.S. News & World Report, consistently honored for value (No. 4), social mobility (No. 7) and overall best (No. 11). Offering baccalaureate degrees in 37 majors, four online degree-completion programs, five dual-degree programs, and one graduate program, the College’s foundation remains grounded in the liberal arts. In addition, the College offers 21 NCAA Division II sports, cheerleading, dance and esports. Newberry College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, and the National Association of Schools of Music.

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