Careers at Manchester - Staff Openings

Megan Flinn
Megan Flinn, custodial supervisor

 

 


Position:  Men’s and Women’s Head Tennis Coach 

Department:  Athletics 

Campus:  North Manchester 

Position overview:  Reports to the Director of Athletics and is fully responsible for his/her sport including all aspects of coaching, eligibility, budgeting, scheduling, and recruiting.

Essential job functions: 

  • Represent the Department of Athletics in an appropriate and professional manner at all times.
  • Abide by the rules for the sport of the NCAA, HCAC, and Manchester University at all times.
  • Fully responsible for coaching designated athletic team, including the traditional season and non-traditional season.
  • Attendance at athletic department meetings as available.
  • Certification in CPR w/AED & First Aid.
  • Recruiting, including:
    • Take the NCAA Division III Rules Test online.
    • Recruitment of student-athletes with a commitment to academic success.
    • Provides annual recruitment plan to athletic recruiting coordinator.
    • Maintain satisfactory retention rate for the tennis program.
  • Team Management, including:
    • Determines goals and objectives for sport within the philosophy of the institution.  A written copy may be requested by the Director of Athletics.
    • Organizes and conducts practice sessions.
    • Insures appropriate safety precautions during practice, games and team travel.
    • Cooperation with the Athletic Training staff by submitting practice schedules, game schedules, and complete roster information in a timely fashion.
    • Works with the Sports Information Director in regard to team pictures, news releases, and statistical reporting.
    • Works with Director of Athletics or Assistant Director of Athletics on scheduling and travel details.
    • Works with Director of Athletics on field or court preparations and insures facilities are set up.
    • Arrange for alternate eating plans if practice times conflict with food service schedule.
    • Establishes guidelines for proper conduct of athletes on trips.
    • Recommends athletes for awards.
    • Provides adequate feedback and evaluation to student athletes as to potential, progress, and performance.
    • Responsible for driving University owned vehicles to away competitions.
    • Complete end of season reports.
  • Eligibility, including:
    • Furnishes a list of team members for eligibility clarification before preseason, after preseason and at the end of the year.
    • Monitors athletes’ eligibility during season.
  • Budget, including:
    • Prepares the initial budget for the particular sport.
    • Orders equipment for the particular sport though established procedures.
    • Completes a yearly inventory.  Issues, collects and stores all equipment.  Arranges for equipment repair. 

Qualifications: 

  • Minimum bachelor’s degree in related field or comparable experience, advanced certification preferred.
  • CPR/AED First Aid Certification required (available on-site).

Work schedule:  This is a twelve (12) month, part-time position.  Travel is required and includes flexible works hours, especially in-season.  Monday through Friday, with weekends required. 

What we offer:  We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment. 

Salary range:  $8,500 per year 

To apply:  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Apply online via ADP and upload a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application. Questions can be emailed to Jenny Steele, employment coordinator. 

 

Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.

 


 

Position:  Assistant Volleyball Coach 

Department:  Athletics 

Campus:  North Manchester  

Position overview:  Reports to the Head Coach and is responsible for instructing and assisting with all aspects of the volleyball program.

Essential job functions: 

  • Teach, demonstrate and develop sport specific theories and skills in student-athletes
  • Teach physical health and safety to student-athletes
  • Teach team-concepts and team-play to student-athletes
  • Lead and direct the academic studies program
  • Design customized work-out and practice instructions for individual student-athletes
  • Represent the Department of Athletics in an appropriate and professional manner at all times.
  • Teach and follow the rules of the NCAA, HCAC, and Manchester University
  • Successfully complete the NCAA Division III Rules Test online.
  • Teach and assure appropriate safety precautions and practices during team practices, games and travel.
  • Coach practices and competitions.
  • Evaluate and counsel individual athletes
  • Recruit prospective student-athletes (travel required).
  • Maintain appropriate office hours, files, and paperwork.
  • Drive campus fleet vehicles to away competitions. (On-site training provided)
  • Attend athletic and campus-wide staff meetings. 

Secondary Job Functions:

  • Other duties as assigned by the Head Coach and Director of Athletics.
  • Teach up to 2 Credits in ESAT Department
  • Game Day Management Responsibilities
  • Coordinate team service projects
  • Coordinate team fundraising efforts 

Qualifications:

  • Previous coaching preferred
  • Certification in CPR w/AED & First Aid.
  • Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred
  • Valid driver’s license required 

Work schedule:  This is a full-time, exempt, salaried position.  Workday schedule varies; evenings, weekends and travel will be required. Hours will be determined with current coaching staff upon hire. Includes weekend evening work. 

What we offer:  We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment. 

Salary range:  $21,000 

To apply:  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Apply online via ADP and upload a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application. Questions can be emailed to Jenny Steele, employment coordinator. 

 

Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.

 


 

Position:  Residence Hall Director – First Year Halls 

Department:  Student Experience – Residential Life 

Campus:  North Manchester  

Position overview:  This full-time, professional staff position is a live-in and 12-month position reporting directly to the Director of Residential Life. This person selects, supervises, trains and evaluates a staff of 5-7 paraprofessional Resident Assistants and is integrally involved in the planning and delivery of the residential life programming model and co-curricular learning within their assigned hall.

Essential job functions: 

  • Manage the daily operations of one residence hall with a population of 120-275 students; supervise and coordinate the facilities and operations of a dynamic living learning community through developmental leadership, statistical reporting and educational programming.
  • Build relationships with students in the residence halls, by attending residence hall and campus events as well as mentoring and advising students through personal concerns, conflict and navigating transitions in an effort to provide a safe and comfortable community for every student in the hall.
  • Supervision, training and evaluation of 5-7 paraprofessional Resident Assistants to ensure an atmosphere conducive to living in community, academic success, social and cultural maturity and personal responsibility.
  • Coach Resident Assistants in mediating and directly mediate hall conflict issues, such as roommate or interpersonal conflicts.
  • Advise, assist in planning of and evaluate the residential programming model to facilitate student learning outside the classroom as well as to support the academic mission of the University. This will include writing and assisting RAs with writing learning objectives for programs, reviewing and approving program proposals and assessment of programmatic efficacy.
  • Identify, develop and implement learning opportunities within the residence hall system, including programming and training initiatives based on learning outcomes and best practices.
  • Serve in the Hall Director on Duty on-call rotation as both a resource and responder to emergencies for the entire campus, including making immediate decisions and taking independent actions to ensure the safety of the campus and students.
  • Serve as a primary responder to emergencies in the hall when needed, even when not currently on-call but the situation requires it, including serving as essential personnel in cases of severe weather or campus crisis.
  • Coordinate all building management duties, including but not limited to room changes, building rosters, assignments and renewal processes, opening and closing procedures, room condition forms and other housing operational tasks as needed.
  • Meet regularly with staff in Facilities to enhance collaboration around maintenance work orders and maintenance and custodial issues in the hall.
  • Manage, audit and maintain accurate and timely records around keys and key management procedures.
  • Develop, manage and serve as a fiscally responsible steward for a hall budget for programming and hall improvements.
  • Complete and manage Starfish/Spartan Success referrals to aid in retention efforts by direct student contact to address issues, including exit interviews.
  • Serve as a conduct hearing officer for student violations of hall policy or the student handbook as assigned, including all related documentation and follow up.
  • Maintain a high level of visibility and approachability on campus by holding a minimum of 4 scheduled and published office hours per business day to be available to students for drop-in appointments in addition to meetings and attending various campus events.
  • Develop and utilize skills to work with diverse student populations and maintain sensitivity to different perspectives and identities as well as appropriately address all bias-related comments or behaviors in the residence halls to create an inclusive campus community.

First Year Hall Director Specific Job Functions

  • Write and develop a building First Six Weeks plan and coach RAs in writing and developing their complimentary plans in coordination with campus events, learning objectives and programming model.
  • Advise, assist in planning of and evaluate the first year residential programming model to address identified first year transition issues. This will include writing and assisting RAs with writing learning objectives for programs, reviewing and approving program proposals and assessment of programmatic efficacy.
  • Create and deliver programs for a first year community as the primary programmer a minimum of twice per semester with the intended audience being first years and the focus being on bringing resources from the campus to students in the halls and intentionally connected to curriculum covered in First Year Seminar and First Year Experience classes.
  • Coordinate and manage placement for first year students into hall assignments and complete all roommate matching for their individual building.
  • Build and maintain co-curricular ties to faculty and staff in order to facilitate connections for first year students
  • Teach First Year Experience laboratory course in fall semester (master’s required)
  • Support, collaborate and meet monthly with Student Success Advisors and Orientation Assistant staff on orientation and welcome week activities to deliver seamless programming efforts.
  • Foster and help enable relationships between Resident Assistants and Student Orientation Leaders to ensure correct and effective referrals and support for first year students.

Secondary Job Functions

  • Serve as an advisor to a Hall Council, including attending a weekly Hall Council meeting and 1:1 meetings with Hall Council student leaders as needed.
  • Represent the department of Residential Life at meetings, Admissions events, orientation, community partner meetings and other functions as assigned.
  • Attend and run various weekly meetings and 1:1s in order to maintain communication and build relationships. Examples include Residential Life staff meetings, RA 1:1s and hall staff meetings.
  • Serve on 2-4 departmental collateral assignments for short and long-term projects and initiatives, including but not limited to RA training, HD training, advising RHA and managing social media for the department.
  • Occasionally offer office coverage in the Student Experience and Residential Life office to ensure the office and phones are constantly staffed during scheduled and unscheduled absences of the Administrative Assistant.
  • Assist in assessing the department initiatives and practices as needed.
  • During June and July, complete summer responsibilities including, but not limited to:
    • Serve on the summer Hall Director on Duty rotation, responding to incidents as needed.
    • Complete full key audits of all building keys and prepare keys for first arrival students in August.
    • Facilitate all facets of summer housing, including planning, managing applications, assigning spaces, hiring summer RA staff, summer programming and transitions at the beginning and end of the summer sessions.
    • Participate in new student orientation, serving as a Residential Life representative at information fairs to answer questions, solve problems and welcome new students and families to campus.
    • Create and implement a comprehensive Resident Assistant training program for August that ties to learning outcomes set by the Director and coordinates with the larger training program for student paraprofessionals throughout the academic year.
    • Annual planning and evaluation of the Residential Life programming model.
    • Special projects such as assessment projects, new policy proposals, updating of documents and documentation for annual projects.
    • Prepare residence halls for opening/first student arrival through key preparation, RCI preparation, check-in schedules and other tasks to ensure the halls are fully functional upon opening in early August.
    • Master’s degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, or related field preferred; Bachelor’s degree required.
    • 2-3 years of experience in residential life preferred
    • Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills
    • Excellent organizational and analytical skills
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with attention to detail
    • Must possess a strong student-focused outlook and have the ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds
    • Strong interpersonal, communication and writing skills
    • Develop and maintain effective working relationships
    • Must be able to maintain confidentiality of students and manage sensitive situations
    • Must be able to flex work schedule to meet occasional seasonal demands of workload

Qualifications: 

  • Master’s degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, or related field preferred; Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 2-3 years of experience in residential life preferred
  • Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Excellent organizational and analytical skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with attention to detail
  • Must possess a strong student-focused outlook and have the ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and writing skills
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality of students and manage sensitive situations
  • Must be able to flex work schedule to meet occasional seasonal demands of workload

Work schedule:  This is a 12-month, full time, exempt position.  A minimum of forty (40) hours per week will be the general rule with a flexible schedule that will center around being available for students, but will often be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.  Frequent workday schedule changes, evenings, weekends and travel will be required to fulfill position requirements.

What we offer:  We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment.  In order to more easily provide student support and attend campus events after hours and on weekends, the Hall Director is provided with and required to live in a furnished, pet-friendly campus apartment within their assigned residence hall. A full board plan is provided when meals are available on campus during the academic year. 

Salary range:  $27,000 - $29,000 

To apply:  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Apply online via ADP and upload a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application. Questions can be emailed to Jenny Steele, employment coordinator. 

 

Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.

 

 


 

Position:  Swimming and Diving Assistant Coach 

Department:  Athletics 

Campus:  North Manchester 

Position overview:  Reports to the Head Coach and is responsible for instructing and assisting with all aspects of the Swimming & Diving program.

Essential job functions: 

  • Teach, demonstrate and develop Swimming & Diving theories and skills in student athletes
  • Teach physical health and safety to student athletes
  • Teach team-concepts and team-play to student athletes
  • Lead and direct the Swimming & Diving academic studies program
  • Design customized work-out and practice instructions for individual student athletes
  • Represent the Department of Athletics in an appropriate and professional manner at all times.
  • Teach and follow the rules for Swimming & Diving of the NCAA, HCAC, and Manchester University
  • Successfully complete the NCAA Division III Rules Test online.
  • Teach and assure appropriate safety precautions and practices during team practices, games and travel.
  • Coach practices and competitions.
  • Evaluate and counsel individual athletes
  • Recruit prospective student-athletes (some travel required).
  • Maintain satisfactory retention rate for the swimming and diving program
  • Maintain appropriate office hours, files, and paperwork.
  • Drive campus fleet vehicles to away competitions. (On-site training provided)
  • Attend athletic and campus-wide staff meetings.
  • Coordinate team service projects
  • Coordinate team fundraising efforts 

Qualifications: 

  • Appropriate Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred
  • Extensive knowledge of Swimming & Diving; previous coaching preferred
  • Certification in CPR w/AED & First Aid.
  • Valid driver’s license required 

Work schedule:  This is a full-time, exempt, salaried position. This is a twelve (12) month position. Workday schedule varies; evenings, weekends and travel will be required. Hours will be determined with current coaching staff upon hire. Includes weekend evening work.

What we offer:  We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment. 

Salary range:  $21,000 

To apply:  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Apply online via ADP and upload a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application. Questions can be emailed to Jenny Steele, employment coordinator. 

 

Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.

 

 


 

Position:  Building Systems and Automation Technician  

Department:  Facilities Operations 

Campus:  North Manchester 

Position overview:  To maintain and repair all buildings and to manage all automated building systems on the North Manchester and Fort Wayne Campuses. 

Essential job functions:  Responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:

  • Daily work orders and assisting other trades
  • Preventative maintenance work orders
  • Basic understanding of electrical and HVAC systems
  • Install and program energy management systems
  • Monitor automated alarms and communicate with trades on any necessary maintenance
  • Manage energy use by scheduling occupied spaces
  • Manage energy costs by continually working to minimize waste in system operations
  • Gather, organize, and analyze utility data
  • Plan and prioritize automated building system expansion
  • Pager duty 

Secondary Job Functions:  Responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:

  • Communicate with customers, vendors and contractors
  • Card reader programmer backup
  • Attend weekly staff meetings
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor 

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalency.  Post-secondary education/degree strongly preferred.
  • Minimum three to five years of experience
  • Basic knowledge of computers, including word processing, email capabilities, telephone, copier/fax and Excel spreadsheets.
  • Basic computer programming knowledge.
  • Must be highly proficient in written communication for document composition and proofreading purposes and possess polished oral communication skills and telephone etiquette.
  • Professional appearance and the ability to interact effectively with persons at all organizational levels are essential.
  • Must be highly self-directed, well organized, detail oriented, and comfortable completing tasks with a minimum of direct supervision.
  • Must possess the ability to multitask and coordinate multiple office activities simultaneously while completing assigned tasks in an accurate and timely manner. 
  • Confidentiality is a must.
  • Must be able to consistently present a positive attitude and contribute to a harmonious team environment.
  • Must be able to flex work schedule to meet occasional seasonal demands of workload.
  • The abilities to lift approximately 20 lbs.; hear and speak clearly; sit for up to 8 hours per day; and keyboard for extended periods are all essential qualifications for this position. 

Work schedule:  This is a full time, non-exempt position. Forty (40) hours per week (7:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M. M-F) will be the general rule.  However, depending on the project cycles and workflow demands of the department, additional hours or workday schedule changes may be required occasionally. 

What we offer:  We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment. 

Salary range:  $17.31 - $19.00 per hour 

To apply:  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Apply online via ADP and upload a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application. Questions can be emailed to Jenny Steele, employment coordinator. 

 

Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.

 

 


 

Position:  Vice President for Health Science Initiatives 

Department:  Health Science Initiatives 

Campus:  Fort Wayne 

Position overview:  The Vice President of Health Science Initiatives (VPHSI) reports directly to the President. The VPHSI will be responsible for advancing Manchester University to become the premiere health sciences educator in the Northeast Indiana Region.  The VPHSI will be responsible for leading the identification, development and implementation of new programs within the health science market, advancing the institution’s core mission, maximizing integration with undergraduate programs and fulfilling this new strategic priority of the University.

This individual will have experience with health science fields and a proven record of developing and implementing new program initiatives. A background and/or understanding of professional program accreditation is preferred, along with a demonstrated ability to successfully communicate and partner with institutional, professional and community constituents.

Essential job functions:  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Serving as the institutional champion for Manchester’s vision to launch new health science programs in Fort Wayne and the Northeast Indiana Region.
  • Spearheading efforts to carry Manchester’s vision for health professions education directly to the various constituencies of the University through writing, speaking and involvement in educational, civic and professional affairs.
  • In conjunction with the President, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, and the Cabinet, developing long-range goals for the health professions initiatives through high quality programming and effective strategic planning.
  • Identifying strategic opportunities for institutional development in Fort Wayne and the Northeast Indiana Region based upon local, regional and national market needs. 
  • Fulfilling the strategic vision for health professions education initiatives by leading the development, integration, and implementation of health professions programs from inception through maturation.
  • Maximizing enrollment and market share in new programs by aligning health professions initiatives with local and regional market needs, maximizing interprofessional education, building competitive programs and enhancing institutional reputation and visibility.
  • Securing financial support of internal and external constituents for health profession programs through development of thorough business cases, five-year proforma, donor case statements and grant proposals.
  • Partnering and developing strong working relationships with institutional leadership, committees and consultants to support execution of key initiatives.
  • In conjunction with the President and Cabinet, developing, implementing and maintaining institutional infrastructure to support the health professions initiatives, including but not limited to physical plant, technology, student services, and safety.
  • Planning, developing and implementing innovative partnerships with business/industry, government agencies, high schools, universities, and other entities that maximize enrollment, student experiential learning, financial support, and/or post-graduation employment opportunities.
  • Developing institutional integration and support by of the health professions initiative by maximizing cross-functional engagement with key staff across the organization.
  • In collaboration with AVP for Institutional Effectiveness and health professional program leadership, securing and maintaining professional accreditation for health profession programs.
  • Partnering and developing strong working relationships with institutional leadership, committees, and consultants to support execution of key initiatives.
  • Partnering with academic leadership (Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, College Deans and faculty) to align existing undergraduate programs with local and regional market needs, student progression from Manchester undergraduate to graduate programs, and stacked credential programs.
  • Developing strategies to support regional and national recruitment and retention of health science students.
  • Serving as chief personnel officer for the health sciences initiative with a focus on recruitment of program leadership (chairs or directors) that support the mission and vision of the institution and the needs of the initiative.
  • Serving as the chief academic and operating officer for the health science initiative with responsibility for planning, budgets, operations and evaluation.
  • In conjunction with the Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs, develop a balanced program for faculty development.
  • Serve as a member of the President’s Cabinet.
  • Other duties as may be assigned. 

Qualifications: 

  • Master's degree in an appropriate discipline from an accredited institution required; research or professional doctorate in a related discipline preferred.
  • Three (3) to five (5) years of progressively responsible higher education experience, including successful teaching and administrative experience at the college level.  
  • Experience in successfully developing and implementing new initiatives.  Health profession programs preferred but not required.  Initiatives that require successful partnership with external partners preferred but not required.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead faculty and staff members.
  • Polished oral and written communication and presentation skills.
  • Effective team building and team management skills.
  • Highly self-directed, well-organized, detail-oriented, and comfortable completing tasks with a minimum of direct supervision.
  • Ability to work with and nurture a diverse workforce and within a diverse community.
  • Must be able to flex work schedule to meet occasional seasonal demands of workload.  

Work schedule:  This is a full time, exempt position. A minimum of forty (40) hours per week (8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. M-F) will be the general rule.  However, frequent workday schedule changes, evenings, weekends and travel will be required to fulfill position requirements. 

What we offer:  We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment. 

Salary range:  $190,000 - $210,000 

To apply:  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Apply online via ADP and upload a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application. Questions can be emailed to Jenny Steele, employment coordinator. 

 

Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.

 

 


 

Position:  Women’s Volleyball Head Coach 

Department:  Athletics 

Campus:  North Manchester 

Position overview:  The Women’s Volleyball head coach is responsible leading a successful Women’s Volleyball program at Manchester University.  This will include managing all aspects of coaching, eligibility, recruitment, retention, budget and scheduling. The Women’s Volleyball head coach is also responsible for fundraising for the Women’s Volleyball program and instructing physical ESAT up to six hours per academic year based on other duties assigned.  The Women’s Volleyball head coach will manage a staff of assistant Women’s Volleyball coaches.   

Essential job functions: 

  • Eligibility, including:
    • Furnishes a list of team members for eligibility clarification before preseason, after preseason and at the end of the year.
    • Monitors student-athletes’ eligibility during season.
      • Works with the Student Success Center to coordinate support for student-athletes.
  • Recruiting, including:
    • Recruitment of student-athletes with a commitment to academic success.
    • Supervise and coordinate athletic recruiting efforts with assistant coaching staff and admissions counselors.
    • Provide an annual recruitment plan to athletic recruiting liaison.
    • Report on the recruitment plan.
  • Retention, including:
    • Work with the Athletic Director to establish retention programs and retention rates for the Women’s Volleyball program.
    • Maintain satisfactory retention rate for Women’s Volleyball program.
    • Track retention rates within the Women’s Volleyball program.
      • Benchmark internally, within the University, and
      • Externally, with other NCAA Division III schools.
    • Report on retention progress for the Women’s Volleyball program.
  • Budget, including:
    • Prepares the initial budget request.
    • Orders equipment through established procedures.
    • Arranges team transportation, makes hotel reservations and organizes team meals on off-campus trips.
    • Completes a yearly inventory.  Issues, collects and stores all equipment.  Arranges for equipment repair.
  • Coaching, Scheduling and Team Management, including:
    • Determines goals and objectives for sport within the philosophy of the institution. 
    • Organizes and conducts practice sessions.
    • Insure appropriate safety precautions during practice, games and team travel.
    • Cooperation with the Athletic Training staff by submitting practice schedules, game schedules, and complete roster information in a timely fashion.
    • Works with the Sports Information Director in regard to internal and external publicity.
    • Works with Director of Athletics or Assistant Director of Athletics on scheduling and travel details.
    • Works with Director of Athletics on field or court preparations and insures facilities are set up.
    • Arrange for alternate eating plans if practice times conflict with food service schedule.
    • Establishes guidelines for proper conduct of student-athletes.
    • Recommends student-athletes for awards.
    • Evaluates assistant coaches yearly and recommends any changes to Director of Athletics.
    • Provides adequate feedback and evaluation to student-athletes as to potential, progress, and performance.
    • Responsible for driving University owned vehicles to away competitions.
    • Complete reports as required in for the athletic department.

Qualifications: 

  • Master’s degree preferred, bachelor’s degree required. 
  • Five years coaching experience preferred.
  • Experience in NCAA Division III athletics preferred, as a coach or student-athlete. 
  • Successful completion of the NCAA Division III Rules Test.
  • CPR/AED First Aid Certification required (available on-site).
  • Willingness to enhance professional growth by attending clinics and workshops as well as belonging to national and state coaching associations.
  • Ability to represent the Athletic Department in an appropriate and professional manner at all times.
  • Ability to abide by the rules for the sport of the NCAA, HCAC, and Manchester University at all times.
  • Ability to attend athletic staff meetings, mandatory student-athlete programs, admissions events, sports banquets and athletic fundraising activities.
  • Ability to communicate professionally and effectively.

Work schedule:  This is a full-time, twelve (12) month, exempt position.  Travel is required and includes flexible work hours, especially in-season.  M-F with weekends required. 

What we offer:  We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment. 

Salary range:  $35,000 - $45,000 

To apply:  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Apply online via ADP and upload a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application. Questions can be emailed to Jenny Steele, employment coordinator. 

 

Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.

 


 

Position:  Academic Affairs & Assessment Coordinator

 

Department:  Academic Affairs & Assessment

 

Campus:  Fort Wayne

 

Position overview:  This is a full time administrative position whose focus is to develop, assess and maintain operational processes, procedures and data critical to the delivery of University pharmacy programs.  This includes, but is not limited to, work in assessment and academic success.  In addition, this position serves as an extension of the University Registrar’s Office at the Fort Wayne Campus.

Essential job functions:  Responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:

Registrar Extension:

  • In collaboration with the Registrar, ensures accuracy and integrity of student educational records and academic history for all pharmacy programs based on the Fort Wayne campus.
  • Provides information and interpretation of institutional policies to students, faculty, advisors and other parties for pharmacy programs.
  • Manages course enrollment for all pharmacy programs insuring accurate collection, processing, reporting and retention of academic records in University data management systems (Ellucian/Colleague).
    • Includes distribution of e-registration forms, registration of students and verification of accurate enrollment through reconciliation of course section rosters.
  • Creates and maintains pharmacy programs’ master class schedules including building all section offerings in Ellucian/Colleague.
  • Oversees and processes in-office elective registration for pharmacy programs students including supplemental registration and change of course forms.
  • Creates, maintains and distributes online Pharmacy Bulletin annually, including gathering information from academic policy and program changes.
  • Maintains organized records of registration and student information for all pharmacy programs.
  • Researches and evaluates course and grade rosters to assist faculty in identifying outstanding NR grades and verifying class enrollment.
  • In collaboration with the Registrar, develops and distributes Deans Lists for students enrolled in pharmacy programs.
  • In collaboration with the Registrar, develops and maintains degree audit modules for pharmacy programs and provides training and assistance to students and academic advisors including creating and updating program requirements for pharmacy programs.

Academic Affairs and Assessment:

  • In collaboration with the assistant/associate dean of academic affairs and assessment, ensures the integrity of academic records of student and graduates from unit programs as required by the institution, the dean, accreditors, and other regulatory bodies.
  • In collaboration with the assistant/associate dean of academic affairs and assessment, develops, maintains, and archives academic policies and produces required handbooks, bulletins, catalogs and other compilations of these policies as appropriate for all unit programs.
  • Communicates scheduling of formal instruction and exams for unit programs through maintaining the Academic Event calendar, pharmacy home course page or other designated method.
  • Creates alternate course of study plans.
  • Manages the implementation of the assessment plan.
  • Manages the collection of data and prepares the annual report for all pharmacy programs.
  • Oversees collection, processing and retention of academic check
  • Prepares and publishes surveys, rubrics and reports for use in collecting data on Day of Service, faculty, staff and student stress, committee e-votes and faculty research via the University survey resource, Qualtrics.

Secondary Job Functions:

  • Provides administrative support to the Assessment Committee and the Curriculum Committee as needed (schedules meetings, prepares and distributes agendas, takes minutes at meetings and distributes to committee members).
  • Handles other cross cover responsibilities within the Office of the Dean as required.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalency.  Post-secondary education/degree strongly preferred.
  • Minimum five years of experience.
  • Basic knowledge of computers, including software for word processing, email capabilities, access Ellucian for student information, calculator to calculate GPA and GPA in the major, telephone, copier/fax and Excel spreadsheets.
  • Must be highly proficient in written communication for document composition and proofreading purposes and possess polished oral communication skills and telephone etiquette.
  • Professional appearance and the ability to interact effectively with persons at all organizational levels are essential.
  • Must be highly self-directed, well organized, detail oriented, and comfortable completing tasks with a minimum of direct supervision.
  • Must possess the ability to multitask and coordinate multiple office activities simultaneously while completing assigned tasks in an accurate and timely manner. 
  • Confidentiality is a must.
  • Must be able to consistently present a positive attitude and contribute to a harmonious team environment.
  • Must be able to flex work schedule to meet occasional seasonal demands of workload.
  • The abilities to lift approximately 20 lbs.; hear and speak clearly; sit for up to 8 hours per day; and keyboard for extended periods are all essential qualifications for this position.

Work schedule:  This is a full time, exempt position; 40 hours per week (8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. M-F) will be the general rule.  However, depending on the project cycles and workflow demands of the department, additional hours or workday schedule changes may be required occasionally.

 

What we offer:  We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment.

 

Salary range:  $40,000 - $46,000

 

To apply:  Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Apply online via ADP and upload a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application. Questions can be emailed to Jenny Steele, employment coordinator.

 

 

Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.

Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.