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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

JOB DESCRIPTION

Newberry College invites applications for a full-time tenure track faculty position as Assistant Professor of Chemistry beginning in August 2023.  Candidates should possess the education, skills, and experience to teach the two-semester series of courses in Organic Chemistry, including the associated lab. The successful candidate should be able to engage students through personalized pedagogy to be active participants in their learning, help the student’s build confidence in their intellectual abilities, and develop alternate strategies to help students grasp the material.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The position includes 12-15 credit hours per semester of chemistry courses (lecture and lab), including Organic Chemistry (two semester sequence for science majors and pre-professional students), and other chemistry courses as needed.  The successful candidate will also serve as an academic advisor and will be expected to become an active member of the chemistry program, which includes being widely available for student help and developing student support programs such as supplemental instruction.  Participation in division and department meetings and other activities related to scholarship and service requirements for tenure-track employees will be required, as well as other duties assigned by the Department Dean or Chair, or in accordance with the faculty handbook.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
An earned doctorate (PhD) degree in Chemistry.   Masters and ABD will be considered.

 

APPLICATIONS
Review of applications will begin February 15 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’s permission.  Electronic application materials should be emailed to Human Resources at human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject “Assistant Professor of Chemistry” in the subject line.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Newberry College invites applications for a full-time tenure track faculty position as Assistant Professor of Physics/Biomechanics beginning in August 2023. Candidates should possess the education, skills, and experience to teach physics, kinesiology, and biomechanics. Special consideration will be given to candidates with skills who can teach interdisciplinary courses in either mathematics or exercise science. The successful candidate should be able to engage students through personalized pedagogy to be active participants in their learning, help the student’s build confidence in their intellectual abilities, and develop alternate strategies to help students grasp the material.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The position includes 12 credit hours per semester of physics courses (lecture and lab) and other biomechanics related courses in the science and exercise science curriculum. The successful candidate will also service as an academic advisor and will be expected to become an active member of the science and exercise science programs, which includes being widely available for student help and developing student support programs such as supplemental instruction. Participation in division and department meetings and other activities related to scholarship and service requirements for tenure-track employees will be required, as well as other duties assigned by the Department Dean or Chair, or in accordance with the faculty handbook.


EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
An earned doctorate (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) degree in Physics, Biomechanics, or a related field. ABD or master’s candidates with significant work experience will also be considered.

 

APPLICATIONS
Review of applications will begin January 30, and continue until position is filled. Applicants should send in a letter of interest and Curriculum Vitae, unofficial transcripts of graduate coursework, and contract information for three professional references. References will not be checked without candidate’s permission. The successful candidate must submit to a background check and submit all official transcripts before beginning employment. Electronic application materials should be emailed to Human Resources at human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject “Assistant Professor of Physics/Biomechanics” in the subject line.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Newberry College invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Program Coordinator of Mathematics Education position beginning in August 2023.  Candidates should possess the education, skills, and experience to teach introductory level mathematics courses, as well as methods and best practices courses for teaching K-12 students.  The successful candidate should be able to engage students through personalized pedagogy to be active participants in their learning, help the students build confidence in their intellectual abilities, and develop alternate strategies to help students grasp the material.  As Program Coordinator, the candidate will be responsible for ensuring that the program contains essential curricular components, has appropriate content and pedagogy, and maintains discipline currency.  The candidate will also supervise the mathematics secondary education students in their practicum experiences and will serve as a liaison between the Division of Education and the Mathematics program.
In addition to teaching courses through our team environment in the educator preparation program of Newberry College, a tenure-track 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. The Department and the College are committed to fostering excellence in diversity and inclusion.


JOB FUNCTIONS

The position includes teaching 12-15 credit hours per semester of introductory mathematics and education courses in the traditional and online setting and serving as an advisor.  The successful candidate will be responsible for ongoing curriculum development and program improvement; in addition, participation in division and department meetings and activities is expected along with scholarship and service requirements for tenure-track employees. The candidate will perform other duties as required, as assigned by the Department Dean or Chair, or in accordance with the faculty handbook.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
An earned doctorate in mathematics or math education is preferred. A.B.D. or a highly experienced professional with a master’s degree in mathematics, math education, or closely related field may be considered. Demonstration of excellent interpersonal, technology, and communication competencies.


APPLICATIONS

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the 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’s permission.  Electronic application materials should be emailed to Human Resources at human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject “Program Coordinator of Mathematics Education” in the subject line.

Position description: Applications are invited for adjunct instructor, English, available Fall 2022, to teach up to 9 credit hours (i.e., 3 sections) of first-year composition.

Salary: College scale.

About Newberry College: Founded in 1856 by the Lutheran Synod of South Carolina and Adjacent States, the college has maintained its association with the Lutheran church. Today, Newberry College prepares students in the Lutheran liberal arts tradition through a supportive academic community for lifelong intellectual and personal development, meaningful vocation, and engaged citizenship in the global society. 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.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in English (preferred) or master’s in English (required). Experience in college and/or university teaching preferred.

Applications: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Applicants should send:

  • C.V.
  • letter of interest, and
  • contact information for three professional references.

The successful candidate will be asked to submit official transcripts of graduate coursework. Electronic application materials should be emailed to Professor David Rachels at academic.application@newberry.edu. Please include “Adjunct Instructor, English” in the subject line.


Staff

JOB DESCRIPTION 

Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Alumni Engagement Coordinator will think critically, strategically, and creatively about the development and growth of Newberry College’s overall alumni programming. This position will create, maintain, and enhance the relationship between the alumni and the College. This position executes strategies to recruit, cultivate, and engage alumni through communications, events, programs, and services locally, regionally, nationally, and virtually.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Cultivates and manages relationships with volunteers, boards, chapters, and affinity alumni groups under close supervision.
  • Prepares monthly and annual plans of action for alumni engagement. Leads the execution of local, regional, and virtual alumni events.
  • Leads efforts to grow class affinity and young alumni programming. Assists with class reunion and young alumni fundraising.
  • Responsible for leading all digital engagement channels to build audiences and generate activity among alumni. This includes website(s), emails, social media, and newsletters.
  • Manages both strategic and day-to-day digital activity, generating leads, and working with both institutional and external stakeholders to grow and sustain engagement with and support for Newberry College initiatives.
  • Assists in the planning and implementation of Homecoming, Reunions, Scarlet and Gray Giving Week, Dimensions magazine, the Annual Report and other all-campus activities, as assigned.
  • Tracks and evaluates program metrics and produces reports on programs and event participants to provide an analysis of populations served that directly supports achieving goals for respective alumni programs.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university preferred. Requires high level of energy, enthusiasm and accountability fueled by a result/outcome-oriented work ethic.  Two or more years of experience in alumni relations, social media strategy and/or event planning. Proven experience ins social media marketing and Adobe Design Suites or other similar services. High level of organizational skills resulting in an alumni management strategy. Strong organizational management and interpersonal skills, together with self-motivation and ability to motivate others, including staff, faculty, and volunteers; ability to work as a team member within a complex institution with overlapping areas and goals.

Willingness and ability to travel; possess and maintain a valid driver’s license; ability to work as part of an organization without direct daily supervision; outstanding oral and written communication skills are necessary to articulate departmental and institutional viewpoints, goals, and needs. Candidates for searches must have current authorization to be employed in the United States without employer sponsorship.

 

APPLICATION
Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references. Electronic application materials should be sent to human.resources@newberry.edu. Please include “Alumni Engagement Coordinator” in the subject line.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Newberry College invites applications for the position of College Registrar. The Registrar is the authorized keeper of the College’s student records and is responsible for the accuracy, storage, maintenance, and security of academic records. The Office of the Registrar oversees course scheduling and reservations and closely coordinates with the Office of Institutional Research on internal and external reporting.

 

This is an exciting time for Newberry College. The college is experiencing significant growth at the undergraduate and graduate level. The college is modernizing the Registrar’s office and making a significant investment in technology and staffing. Therefore, the new Registrar will work closely with our IT department to increase automation and efficiency throughout the office. They will work closely with the team responsible for upgrading our Jenzabar system to JenzOne. They will work closely with our advising task force to improve academic advising. The Registrar will work closely with the team that supports student recruitment and enrollment in graduate and undergraduate programs. Finally, the registrar will oversee the hiring of a newly approved position in the Registrar’s office.

 

The Registrar reports to the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and is a member of important committees focused on student records, reporting, institutional effectiveness, and institutional technology.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS

1. Leads the team responsible for collecting, organizing and administration of records including (but not limited to), registration, verification of enrollment, certification of academic honors, certification of graduation, degree audits, and production of transcripts and diplomas.

2. Ensures data integrity by developing and maintaining appropriate standards and procedures for data entry and modification.

3. Generates accurate and timely executive reports on student enrollment, demographics, and other key performance indicators.

4. Be a friendly, student-focused member of the College.

5. Bring a strong sense of teamwork and personal interaction to the administration.

6. Ability to meet a flexible work schedule. Some weekend and evening work is required.

7. Supervise the evaluation and certification of individual student records related to other academic units and other educational institutions such as student-athlete eligibility, government benefits, etc.

8. Serve as the primary veteran affairs compliance officer.

9. Protect confidentiality of student academic records by enforcing the provisions of FERPA. Train faculty and staff on FERPA related issues.

10. Assure the college catalog includes all approved administrative changes.

11. Supervises the timely and accurate production of class schedules.

12. Interprets and applies the laws and regulations of the state of South Carolina, the Department of Education, and other state and federal laws related to admission, residency, enrollment, veterans, and immigration.

13. Serve as the functional head of the student record information system; assess the student information system databases used by academic and administrative departments.

14. Prepare timely and accurate reports as requested by administration or as required by state and federal agencies in coordination with the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness.

15. Ability to generate buy-in and implement changes which benefit the student experience and/or increase institutional efficiency.

16. Maintain the College’s adult/online and graduate level records.

17. Work with the team of managers responsible for student communication and clearance (Jenzpro).

18. Performs other duties as assigned by the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION

A Bachelor’s degree is required. A Master’s degree or higher with experience working and teaching in higher education preferred. Those with relevant work history are strongly encouraged to apply. Excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as detail-oriented management of multiple projects. Extensive knowledge of current and emerging instructional technologies and design. The successful candidate will have previous experience in managing online programs.

 

APPLICATIONS

Review of applications will begin February 15 and continue until position is filled. Applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references. References will not be contacted without the candidate’s approval. The successful candidate must submit to a background check and submit all official transcripts before beginning employment. Electronic application materials should be addressed to Associate Vice President, Dr. Christina Wendland and sent to human.resources@newberry.edu. Please include “Registrar” in the subject line.

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

JOB DESCRIPTION 

The CDO-VPDEIB is a senior leader who provides vision, leadership, and strategic direction for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) and serves as a catalyst to promote a culture of inclusive excellence across Newberry’s campus, where individuals from all racial and ethnic identities, ages, nationalities, social and economic status, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religious, political, and ideological perspectives, and physical and mental abilities are able to thrive and be engaged.

Reporting directly to the President and sitting on the President’s Council, the CDO-VPDEIB serves as the senior DEIB officer for the college with responsibility for refining and implementing a comprehensive strategic plan to advance DEIB programs, policies, and practices on Newberry’s campus. The CDO-VPDEIB interfaces regularly with all Vice Presidents and Divisions to ensure that active and viable initiatives are being developed and implemented across the College. The CDO-VPDEIB also chairs the College’s DEIB Advisory Council and works collaboratively with stakeholders across campus and in the community. The CDO-VPDEIB currently has no supervisory responsibilities but is expected to develop strong institutional partnerships. Supervisory responsibilities may change in the future.


JOB FUNCTIONS

Strategic Leadership
The CDO-VPDEIB provides strategic vision and leadership for integrating DEIB into the work of Newberry College, working closely a range of other campus stakeholders to shape and implement strategies and plans aligned with institutional goals and the mission of the College: the College’s Executive and President’s Councils as well as student leadership, staff and faculty, DEIB point persons on campus, the DEIB Advisory Council, alumni, community partners, and other friends of the College:

  • Facilitates and coordinates DEIB strategic planning, prioritization, and implementation in collaboration with ongoing efforts related to existing DEIB initiatives and the 2021 DEIB Strategic Plan;
  • Conducts periodic campus climate surveys and disseminates findings;
  • Works with other Vice Presidents to advance and support DEIB in their areas:
    • Administrative Affairs & Human Resources
    • Academic Affairs
    • Student Affairs
    • Enrollment Management
    • Institutional Advancement
    • Athletics
  • Collaborates with other key entities on campus, including but not limited to
    • Student Government Association (SGA)
    • Faculty Council
    • Staff Council

Education, Communication, & Outreach

The CDO-VPDEIB coordinates a variety of DEIB programming across the College in close collaboration with DEIB point persons:

  • Proposes and supports the development of institutional programming related to DEIB, including but not limited to:
    • Intercultural competency development for staff and faculty,
    • Curricular and co-curricular programming for students,
    • Public events related to DEIB for the College and the surrounding community
  • Supports the work of the Dufford Diversity & Inclusion Week director and committee.
  • Facilitates campus conversations in response to campus, national, and global events related to DEIB.

The CDO-VPDEIB establishes effective modes of communication about ongoing DEIB initiatives, strategic and programmatic, at Newberry College:

  • Creates and implements communication strategies for social media and print materials and ensures a robust and meaningful presence on the College website;
  • Serves as a spokesperson for the College on matters related to DEIB;
  • Forms and cultivates strategic partnerships with individuals and organizations beyond the College to advance its DEIB efforts

Recruitment & Retention
The CDO-VPDEIB collaborates with Human Resources to develop strategic hiring and retention efforts to attract and retain highly talented, diverse personnel: faculty, staff, and coaches.

  • Partners with Human Resources and hiring committees to develop and deploy initiatives that broaden the college’s outreach to diverse, qualified job candidates;
  • Engages stakeholders to ensure policies and practices are in place to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace;
  • Collaborates with relevant campus stakeholders to promote professional development and support for minoritized personnel.  

The CDO-VPDEIB collaborates with Enrollment Management, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, and Athletics to ensure the recruitment and retention of students from underserved and historically marginalized communities and to create opportunities for increased access and sustained mentorship.

Advice, Reporting, & Guidance
The CDO-VPDEIB serves as the senior advisor to the President and College leadership on initiatives and issues related to DEIB and campus climate as it relates to students, staff, and faculty.

  • Collects, analyzes, monitors, and disseminates institutional data to benchmark and promote accountability for DEIB at Newberry College;
  • Identifies opportunities for institutional improvement;
  • Ensures the development and communication of related college policies, standards, and procedures;
  • Serves as an advocate, mentor, and resource for concerns and issues related to DEIB.

 

EDUCATIONAL OR OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION
The ideal candidate will be a professional in the broader field of DEIB and organizational change with a demonstrated track record of successfully addressing and implementing DEIB goals in an institution of higher education or similarly complex organization. Qualified applications must have graduate-level preparation in addition to experience. The successful candidate will be an innovative, strategic, and results-oriented leader with a broad vision for the role of DEIB in achieving institutional excellence. They must be adept at facilitating difficult discussions, shepherding change, creating and strengthening partnerships, and aligning an array of efforts across the institution. Specifically, successful candidates will possess:

  • Knowledge of contemporary issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and institutional racism, including the current scholarship and best practices that inform and address such issues;
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging programs, policies, and procedures and leading organizational change;
  • Technical mastery of diversity advancement—e.g. faculty recruitment and retention strategies and cultural competency in the curriculum.
  • Cross-cultural competency and commitment to policies and practices in all areas of the institution that engage diverse, intercultural, and intersectional viewpoints and identities.
  • Ability to develop and communicate a common vision that resonates authentically with students, staff, and faculty and that engages and leverages other senior leaders;
  • Sophisticated relational abilities and excellent communication and conflict-resolution skills: to build trust, consensus, and credibility; to navigate complex institutional and community landscapes; to respond quickly and appropriately to sensitive situations; to navigate politically-charged situations; and to reconcile competing interests;
  • In-depth perspective on organizational change that appreciates the various contexts, cultures, and politics within institutions that impact the effective implementation of DEIB change efforts;
  • Analytical skills to provide oversight for assessments related to campus climate and DEIB by establishing DEIB metrics and to measuring process, key milestones, and outcomes.
  • Knowledge of laws, regulations, and guidelines related to DEIB and nondiscrimination in higher education, including Title IX, Title VI, Title VII, Clergy Act, ADEA, ADA, and Section 504.


APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Application should include:
Cover letter addressing how candidate’s experience relates to the duties and responsibilities of the position and articulating their understanding of the role of the CDO in a higher education context.
Curriculum Vitae or Resume
Portfolio showcasing candidate’s DEIB experience, for example, with testimonies from administrators, staff, faculty, students, and others familiar with effectiveness, collegiality, and commitment to DEIB initiatives.
Names, email addresses, and phone numbers of up to five references

Please submit electronic application materials to human.resources@newberry.edu with the subject line “ Chief Diversity Office & Vice President for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging."

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, and assisting with the management of equipment, recruiting, 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 demonstrate excellent communication and organizational skills, strong work ethic and self-motivation, and 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.
  • All other duties as assigned by the Field Hockey Head Coach.

 

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 team management and player development. Demonstrate a proven aptitude for coaching as illustrated by a strong work ethic, and organizational skills. 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 as well. Duty to interact professionally within the department, the campus and the national Field Hockey community. Ability to work effectively with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds. Flexibility to work nights and weekends as required.

Physical Requirements:

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

 

Applicants

To apply, please email cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to human.resources@newberry.edu and head coach, Hannah Dave: Hannah.dave@newberry.edu. Please use the subject line “Field Hockey Assistant Coach.”


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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