Walsh College

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Last updated: July 18, 2016
Walsh College is an equal opportunity employer       

 


 Position: Accounting Adjunct Faculty (part time)
                Specific course needs include accounting information systems (QuickBooks, Peachtree, Great Plans, and MS Office) and communications for accounting.

Minimum Requirements
• Master's degree

• CPA

• Recent accounting experience. 

To Apply: Send resume to the Academic Office @ academichr@walshcollege.edu

 


Position:           Part-time Testing Assistant (10-18 hours/week)

 

Reports to:       Coordinator, Student Outcomes Assessment and Testing Center

 

FLSA:              Non-exempt

 

Major Responsibilities:

  • Administer a variety of tests (paper and electronic) to groups and individuals, including those with special needs.

  • Ensure optimal and secure testing conditions for all clientele.

  • Uphold the security and confidentiality of tests and records, scoring procedures, and data collection. Abide by all FERPA regulations.

  • Schedule and monitor testing appointments.

  • Closely monitor and update testing calendar.

  • Track completed assessments as directed.

  • Score tests and record results in database.

  • Check in examinees, verifying identification.

  • Serve as a proctor for a variety of testing activities.

  • Present instructions verbally to test takers, following established procedures.

  • Monitor test taker behavior and disqualify examination as needed; resolve or report test irregularities.

  • Answer inquiries regarding types of tests offered and hours of Testing Center operations.

  • Assist Coordinator, Student Outcomes Assessment and Testing Center, as needed.

  • Perform general office functions.

     

    Minimum Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED required.

  • One year of office, higher education, or the equivalent in experience and education required.

  • Accurate data entry and recordkeeping skills required.

  • Intermediate Word, Excel, and Internet skills required.  Additional computer skills a plus.

  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills required.

  • Good written and oral communication skills required.

  • Track record of good customer or student service strongly desired. 

  • Ability to comprehend and follow detailed written instructions, then clearly present instructions.

  • Ability to interact with all organizational levels.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Prior test administration related experience a plus.

  • Must be available to work Monday through Thursday, and alternating Friday/Saturday morning shifts and evening shifts.

  • Willingness to be flexible in schedule, to provide adequate day and/or evening coverage to the Testing Center, is required.

  • Must be able to travel on occasion to the Novi Campus and the University Center at Macomb Community College.

  • Current or prospective Walsh students are NOT eligible for this position.

     

    To Apply:         Submit resume with salary requirement to the Walsh College HR Office at: hr@walshcollege.edu(Please indicate position in subject line)

     

    Posted:             July 18, 2016 

 


Position:        Full-time Faculty Member, Business Information Technology, Decision Science Department
                        (faculty rank dependent on qualifications)    

Reports to:    Chair, Decision Science Department

 

Major Responsibilities:

  • Teach courses in cybersecurity and information technology at various campuses, both in-classroom and online.

  • Develop course materials and student assessment vehicles to assure appropriate levels of academic standards are maintained.

  • Assist in revising curricula and delivery methods to meet the needs of students and employers.

  • Assist chair in recruiting, managing, and scheduling adjunct faculty members. 

  • Advise students on course selections and career paths. 

  • Develop courses for online and in-classroom delivery.

  • Assist in ensuring programs comply with external designation requirements.

  • Participate in program advisory committee meetings and interface with community college faculty. 

  • Advise students on course selections and career paths. 

  • Maintain appropriate professional association relationships.

  • Participate in enrollment and recruitment related functions. 

  • Demonstrate scholarly contributions to the profession.

  • Respond to appropriate media requests for interviews, comments or articles.

  • Provide student learning outcomes data as it relates to the program(s). 

  • Assist in planning for and recommending academic related technology.

  • Develop and deliver reports to management and the Board of Trustees and other groups, as requested.

  • Participate in other service activities as specified in contract.

  • Participate in the College’s planning and budgeting, as requested.

     

    Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in a related field required.  Must be willing to complete an approved doctorate program. 

  • A minimum of five years experience in professional cyber security positions or an equivalent combination of cybersecurity experience and college level teaching experience.

  • College level teaching experience preferred.

  • Related industry certifications or designations preferred.

  • Knowledge of current cybersecurity trends and technology oriented careers required.

  • Superior written, presentation, and interpersonal communication skills required.

  • Ability to work collegially with multiple constituencies in a dynamic academic environment.

  • Capability to teach online required.

  • Willingness to teach at various times and locations required.

     

    To Apply:       Submit resume to the Walsh College HR Office at: hr@walshcollege.edu.  (Please indicate position in subject line)

     

    Start date:      Negotiable

     

    Posted:           July 18, 2016 

 


 

Position:           Administrative Assistant, Records, Registration & Veterans Services

 

Reports to:    Director, Records, Registration & Veterans Services

 

FLSA:             Nonexempt

 

Major Responsibilities:

  • Service students, visitors and staff by phone, fax, and e-mail or in person.

  • Assist students, faculty and staff with departmental policies and procedures.

  • Process registration, add/drop and withdrawal forms throughout each day during registration periods.

  • Organize and track files of student employees.

  • Process transcript requests and enrollment/degree verifications.

  • Process subpoena requests for educational records within FERPA and legal requirements.

  • Act as liaison to National Student Clearinghouse and process loan deferment forms.

  • Act as CPA Exam Service liaison.

  • Monitor and manage online forms, department fax and department email boxes.  Process and respond to requests.

  • Collect and analyze data; summarize findings for reports and presentations.

  • Maintain department staff schedule and post each month. 

  • Order department and commencement supplies.

  • Assist with mailings and special projects when necessary.

  • Coordinate commencement cap and gown orders with bookstore.

  • Enter and track commencement participants in Colleague. 

  • Arrange special needs accommodations for commencement participants.

  • Proof graduate information in commencement program.

  • Participate in commencement ceremonies two Saturdays per year.

  • Act as a Certifying Official with the Veterans Administration (VA).

  • Monitor veteran students’ enrollment status and notify V.A. Department of changes.

  • Monitor veteran students’ academic progress, payment history, and changes in status for each veteran.

     

    Minimum Requirements:

  • H.S. Diploma or GED required.

  • Minimum of five years office experience or a combination of equivalent education and experience.

  • Track record and experience in student or customer service.

  • Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills required.

  • Proofreading skills required.

  • Ability to maintain confidential information required.

  • Organizational skills with strong attention to detail and ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced office environment required.

  • Accurate keyboarding skills required.

  • Intermediate knowledge of MS Word and basic knowledge of Excel and Outlook required.

  • Experience performing queries and generating reports from a database preferred.

  • Experience with Colleague and IDOC applications are a plus.

  • Must be able to work one evening per week until 7:00 pm as part of a flexible schedule.

     

    To Apply:       Submit resume with salary requirement to the Walsh College HR Office at: hr@walshcollege.edu(Please indicate position in subject line)

Posted:      July 6, 2016

 


 

Position:          Senior Major Gifts Officer

 

Reports to:       Vice President, Chief Development Officer

 

FLSA:               Exempt

Major Responsibilities:

  • Under the direction of the vice president, cultivate and solicit major gifts.  

  • Identify, evaluate, cultivate, solicit and steward major gift prospects and donors.

  • Manage a portfolio of 150 corporate, foundation and individual donor prospects.

  • Achieve a minimum of 15 face to face visits per month, or 180 per year.

  • Design and implement cultivation and solicitation strategies.

  • Prepare proposals and presentations as needed.

  • Solicit and negotiate gifts of $25,000 plus.

  • Document contacts and solicitation plans

  • Participate in the evaluation of major and planned gift prospects through moves management system.

  • Manage activities to achieve goals within budgeted funds and available personnel.

  • Coordinate major giving activities with other development strategies, i.e., annual fund and special events.

  • Coordinate involvement of trustees, foundation board members, faculty and staff.

  • Facilitate committee(s) of the Foundation.

  • Supervise development officer position.

  • Provide staff support to College vice president, volunteer leadership and college president, as directed.

  • Ensure appropriate, consistent recognition and stewardship.

     

    Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.

  • A minimum of 5 experience in major gifts required.

  • Proven track record of success within area of responsibility required.

  • Ability to collaborate and work effectively with a wide array of people required.

  • Ability to manage multiple projects required.

  • Excellent organizational and planning skills required.

  • Excellent oral and written communications required.

  • High energy individual with exceptional interpersonal skills required.

  • Occasional overnight travel required.

  • Occasional evening and weekend hours required.

  • Experience working in higher education preferred.

  • Supervisory experience preferred.

     

    To Apply:         Walsh College has engaged the services of Paschal Murray, Inc., an executive search firm. Please contact Colette M. Murray, Search Consultant at (760) 863-4512 or colette@paschalmurray.com to apply.

     

    Posted:            July 6, 2016

  


 

Position:        Student Life Coordinator

 

Reports to:    Manager, Alumni Relations & Student Life

 

FLSA:             Exempt

Major Responsibilities:       

  • Engage students in the life of the College to support a high quality student experience outside the classroom.

  • Advise and support student organizations, including serving as the Student Government Staff Advisor.

  • Work with student organization leaders, staff, and faculty to plan, promote, oversee and evaluate student life activities and events. 

  • Facilitate leadership training for students engaged with student organizations.    

  • Communicate and ensure compliance of related College policies and procedures.

  • Maintain student life and student organization Web pages.

  • Create, write and post information on all social media sites.

  • Act as Committee Chair for Oktoberfest and/or other events, as assigned. 

  • Maintain a strong connection between student organizations and the Walsh College Alumni Association.

  • Ensure coordination of activities between student organizations.

  • Assist in researching and establishing new student organizations.

  • Assist in conducting student organization officer elections.

  • Maintain records and statistics of student organizations; upload to development database.

  • Assist in developing and writing reports and/or proposals.

  • Collaborate with multiple departments, such as Career Services, Admissions and Advising.

  • Participate in events, including Open Houses, Welcome Week, and New Student Orientation.

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • A bachelor degree is required.

  • A minimum of one year customer/student service, office or related experience required.

  • Ability to fundraise for student events.  

  • Demonstrated experience working with individuals and/or groups to achieve a goal required. 

  • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills required.

  • Exhibits enthusiasm and ability to develop connections with students.

  • Strong project management and organizational skills required.

  • Computer literacy required.

  • Possesses the demeanor and presence to represent the College required.

  • Experience in marketing communications, event planning, or managing social media preferred.

  • Experience in higher education preferred.

  • Knowledge of business careers preferred.

  • Some travel required in the metro Detroit area required.

  • Must be available to work weekly evening and occasional weekend events
     

To Apply:       Submit resume with salary requirement to the Walsh College HR Office at: hr@walshcollege.edu(Please indicate position in subject line)

 

Posted:          July 6, 2016


 

Position:        Development Officer  

 

Reports to:    Senior Major Gifts Officer

 

FLSA:             Exempt

 

Major Responsibilities:

           

  • Develop, lead and meet goals of annual giving programs, including direct mail, Phonathon, crowdfunding, and employee giving.

  • Track and analyze campaign performance; make recommendations for future campaigns.

  • Write and manage various development communications, including all social media posts, Web site updates, Thank-a-Thons, new graduate welcome calls, and giving society and pledge reminder letters.

  • Ensure timely and appropriate acknowledgements of gift recognition. Draft personalized gift acknowledgement letters.

  • Attend various internal events and represent the College at external events.

  • Serve as a back-up on Raiser’s Edge database to ensure accurate and timely processing and recordkeeping.

  • Develop understanding of special events fundraising function and serve as a back-up.

  • Contribute to a culture of philanthropy in support of the College.

  • Build working relationships with internal and external shareholders.

  • Assist in cultivating and recruiting new donors and volunteers.

  • Work with manager to develop small portfolio of major gift prospects.

     

    Minimum Requirements:

     

  • Bachelor degree required.

  • A minimum of one year fundraising experience or two years related experience required.

  • Strong interpersonal, written, and presentation communication skills required.

  • Ability to design and develop promotional materials required.

  • Must be accurate and detail oriented with strong organizational skills required.

  • Ability to utilize social media for business functions required.

  • Understanding of emerging online networking platforms is preferred.

  • Proficient with MS Office and ability to learn new software programs required.

  • Ability to work independently, exercise good judgment, multi-task and prioritize required.

  • Ability to travel within metro-Detroit area on occasion required.

  • Must be able to attend occasional early morning and evening events as well as two annual Saturday commencements.

  

 

 

 To Apply:      Submit resume with salary requirement to the Walsh College HR Office at: hr@walshcollege.edu(Please indicate position in subject line)

 Posted:           July 6, 2016​

 


 

Position: Part-time Video Intern (temporary)

Reports to: Director of Marketing

FLSA: Non-exempt

Major Responsibilities:
• Responsible for recording and editing videos and taking photographs for the marketing department which is responsible for a wide range of functions.

• Video production:

Assist in coordinating videotaping events, which will include: college events, student/alumni testimonials, staff and faculty informational videos, and ad hoc video post-production projects for the college.

Handle all pre- and post-production to complete videos, including approval process (internal College approval and waivers from those appearing in the film).

Post video content on College website and College YouTube channel.
• Photography:

Attend College events, often evening and weekend, to take photographs using department camera

Take headshots of College faculty

Make edits and enhancements to photographs as needed

Minimum Requirements:
• Pursuing a video production, photography, or related degree at an articulated community college (www.walshcollege.edu/Transfer)

• Experience with digital video recording, digital cameras, and production techniques

• Access to video production software for editing and post-production. Video camera and digital camera provided.

• Must be available to work up to 20 hours per week and cover occasional evening and weekend events.

• Intermediate knowledge of websites and YouTube as related to the video posting process.

• Video and photography samples will be requested during the interview process.

• Strong desire and ability to learn quickly and independently required.

To Apply: Submit resume to the Walsh College Human Resources Office at: hr@walshcollege.edu (Please include the position title in the subject line of your email)
      


Position: Part-time Marketing & PR Intern (temporary)

Reports to: Marketing Manager

FLSA: Non-exempt

Major Responsibilities:

• Provide support to marketing and PR department which is responsible for a wide range of functions.

• Assist in coordinating events and advertising campaigns, college events calendar, vendor relations, webinars, marketing research, marketing communications, website updates, copywriting/proofreading, and social media.

Minimum Requirements:
• Candidate must be a Walsh College student pursuing a marketing major at the bachelor’s degree level or degreed alumni.

• Must be available to work 20 hours per week and cover occasional evening and weekend events (will schedule around courses).

• Organizational skills and ability to multi-task required.

• Strong written and proofreading communication skills required.

• Intermediate knowledge of Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. (Work or academic samples will be requested during the interview process).

• Strong desire and ability to learn quickly required.

• Strong knowledge of Walsh College programs required.

• Marketing, social media, or Web design experience a plus.

To Apply: Submit resume to the Walsh College Human Resources Office at:   hr@walshcollege.edu  (Please include the position title in the subject line of your email)