If you would like to consider joining the Siena Heights team, please review the open positions listed below and submit all requested application documents to shujobs@sienaheights.edu. Please reference the position title in the subject line of the email to ensure timely review and distribution of your application materials. Per University policy, we will only accept application materials for currently open positions.

Siena Heights University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status in the institution’s programs or activities or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The University promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons and veterans. Siena Heights University’s Title IX Coordinator is the Chief Public Safety Officer, Cindy Birdwell. She can be contacted at 517-264-7194 or cbirdwel@sienaheights.edu, or in person in Ledwidge Hall on the Adrian campus. For 24/7 availability, call 517-264-7799.

Siena Heights University is a smoke-free environment and as such, prohibits smoking in all facilities. Siena Heights University is a drug-free workplace.

Siena Heights University is committed to attracting, encouraging, and retaining a highly qualified workforce to support our mission of assisting people to become more competent, purposeful, and ethical through a teaching and learning environment which respects the dignity of all. Siena Heights University is a renowned liberal arts institution located in Adrian, Mich. Siena’s success is the result of a diverse workforce coming together to help shape the future.

Any information provided to Siena Heights University during the application process (i.e. such as, but not limited to: cover letters, CV/resumes, educational transcripts, references, etc.) will be deemed to be a truthful and complete disclosure of an applicant’s past work experience, educational background, skills and abilities.

Any information and documents provided to the University during the application process that is found to be false, incomplete or misrepresented in any respect, will be sufficient cause to eliminate a candidate from further consideration for employment and/or may result in immediate discharge from the University.

We encourage applicants to submit the voluntary applicant background survey that assists the University in ensure that our recruitment efforts are reaching all segments of the country, as required by federal law. Your voluntary responses are treated in a highly confidential manner. They are not released to any search committee, employment panels, selecting officials, or anyone else who can affect your application. Your responses are stored as a tally for the group of all applicants for this vacancy in a manner that cannot be associated with any individual application and data summarizing will be conducted to ensure that the University is effectively recruiting from all portions of the country. No individual data is ever provided to selecting officials. No information taken from this form is ever placed in a personnel file.

Any questions related to employment can be forwarded to the attention of the Human Resources Department.

Siena Heights University
Department of Human Resources
1247 E. Siena Heights Dr.
Adrian, MI 49221
517-264-7109
shujobs@sienaheights.edu

EMPLOYMENT FORMS:

Applicant Background Survey

OPEN POSITIONS:

SUMMARY:

In direct support of the Office of Business Affairs, the Assistant Controller and Director of
Budgeting is responsible for the successful operations of the general accounting, financial
reporting, sponsored programs, monitoring and accounting for other restricted fund activities,
financial projects and assisting with external audit engagement functions.

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Provide primary support in the preparation of the annual operating budget and associated
    budgets.
  2. Advise University personnel on budgeting matters. In consultation with the Associate Vice
    President for Business and Finance, establish, document and disseminate accounting
    procedures as necessary to ensure the accurate accumulation of accounting data both
    within the Finance Division and throughout the University.
  3. Manage monthly closing processes, including reconciliations and analysis of related
    accounts and divisions.
  4. Manage the preparation and distribution of internal financial statements and reports,
    maintaining the highest quality, reliability, accuracy, and timeliness. Prepares financial
    analyses and reports required for internal and external sources including but not limited to
    external auditors, financial institutions, Board committees of the University, and related
    agencies to assist in the identification and resolution of problems.
  5. Serve as a resource to departmental directors and University officials on enterprise system
    and upgrades including analysis, planning and strategy formulation in the on-campus and
    web-based environments.
  6. Controls the structure of the automated general ledger system and chart of accounts;
    provides training, authorizations for access, and account set-ups as requested, Maintains
    current documentation of used procedures related to this system and subsidiary financial
    modules.
  7. Oversees the development, implementation, modification, and maintenance of
    computerized financial applications.
  8. In consultation with the Associate Vice President for Business and Finance, establish
    internal controls as necessary to ensure the safeguarding of assets and recording of liabilities within and throughout the University.
  9. Reconciles revenue and expense accounts, identifying, researching and correcting errors on
    a timely basis
  10. Researches and advises on questions regarding appropriate accounting treatment for significant and/or unusual financial transactions of the University.
  11. Performs related responsibilities as required.

Knowledge, Skills, and Education Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in related field required. At least five years of demonstratively successful
  2. experience in accounting principles, financial analysis, and report preparation experience.
    Not-for-profit fund accounting experience preferred.
  3. Experience in finance operations and ability to multitask is essential. Must be able to handle
    the prioritization of multiple projects and assignments.
  4. Strong analytical skills and the proven ability to plan, develop and execute creative
    approaches to complex financial issues.

 

SUMMARY:

The Enrollment Advisor position is responsible for recruiting and advising prospective students to the University’s SHU Global undergraduate programs and meeting institutional enrollment goals. In addition, the advisor is responsible for guiding students through a comprehensive college enrollment process, from inquiry to enrolled student stages and retention through graduation.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Plans and implements a comprehensive recruitment strategy to meet enrollment goals within an assigned territory.
  2. Conducts admission interviews or information sessions with prospective students.
  3. Analyzes transfer credit and equivalencies for possible credit and provides student with a Transfer Credit Evaluation, laying out a path for degree completion.
  4. Represents the University on and offsite to meet with and present Siena information to prospective students. Responsible for attending events within territory.
  5. Responsible for comprehensive, application management within territory, from initial application to oversight of file completion, to first-reader review of application, to conducting transcript evaluations and review of certification, licenses and work experience on all complete application files.
  6. Recommends an admission decision and initiates a decision letter.
  7. Guides prospective students through the financial aid process by soliciting receipt of the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) and monitoring verification paperwork, assisted by Financial Aid Office staff.
  8. Provides enrolled student with an official degree plan, advising assistance and manages student retention through graduation.
  9. Provides effective follow-up to prospective students throughout the recruiting process via phone calls, letters, hand-written notes, emails, text messages, and social media.
  10. Develops proficiency with the CRM and the University-wide computer operating system to maximize student service.
  11. Interacts with Academics and Operations team to provide accurate and effective student advising.
  12. Generates periodic enrollment projection reports, maintains travel records, and accesses available data to inform effective recruiting efforts and results.
  13. Responsibilities may include providing primary representation of SHU at partner sites and within an assigned market; and coordination of informational marketing materials for specific program/event/territory.
  14. Represents the University at partner community college events, local committees, or advisory boards as representatives of higher education.
  15. Participates in enrollment-related conferences and professional development opportunities.
  16. Position may involve one or more ancillary responsibilities within the GPE team. Attendance and assistance at May Commencement ceremony is expected.
  17. Other duties within scope of department’s responsibilities as defined by supervisor.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree. The ideal candidate will be a strong advocate of and articulate spokesperson for the importance of a Liberal Arts education.
  2. Strong communication, relationship-building, and organizational skills, and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
  3. Ability to communicate effectively in remote/virtual situations.
  4. Personality and attitude to enhance the University’s visibility and recognition.
  5. Ability to work effectively both independently and in a team environment.
  6. Ability to adapt to changes in priorities, scheduling changes and personalities.
  7. Ability to foster a cooperative environment and to work in a collegial fashion with peers in other organizational units.
  8. Skill in organizing resources, analyzing and solving problems, establishing priorities, and making evaluative judgements.
  9. Consistently demonstrates initiative and problem-solving skills.
  10. Ability to travel
  11. Willingness to work some evenings and weekends.
  12. Computer skills
  13. Optimism, energy, resilience, and a sense of humor

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Mostly sedentary work with occasional walking.
  2. Constant daily processes require eye to hand coordination, excellent visual and hearing acuity.
  3. Must be able to bend, lift, stoop, and carry objects weighing no more than 30 lbs. on an occasional basis.
  4. Job may require travel, evening and/or weekend hours. Employees must maintain a valid driver’s license

DISCLAIMER:

This is not an all-inclusive list. There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services from the Admissions office or the University in general.

 

Supervised by: Assistant Director/Associate Director/Director, GPE.

Interacts with: Students, faculty, staff, and outside customers.

SUMMARY:

The Director of Student Health is a Registered Nurse who provides health care services at the
main campus in Adrian, Michigan to students. The Director of Student Health promotes health and
wellbeing education, follows the medical code of ethics, and carries out the University mission.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Formulates and administers policies and procedures for the Student Health Clinic, which supports students’
    health and physical wellbeing.
  2. Operates the Clinic during scheduled weekday hours mutually agreed upon by the Vice President for
    Student Affairs (VPSA). Refers and educates students about off-campus medical resources as conditions
    warrant. Responds to occasional calls from University professionals (e.g. Public Safety, Residence Life,
    VPSA) for phone consultation or campus visit when available for students outside of clinic hours.
  3. Serves on University taskforces for pandemic prevention and response. Currently with COVID-19, the
    Director of Student Health supervises a COVID Coordinator. When needed, the Director may assist with
    COVID testing, monitoring of student cases, and contact tracking and tracing.
  4. Maintains Clinic files and patient charts.
  5. Provides flu vaccinations for students and PPD testing for nursing students.
  6. Assures cleanliness and organization of the Clinic, following universal health and safety guidelines.
  7. Serves as a resource in providing health and wellness education to students and employees.
  8. Serves on the SHU Student Accommodations Committee when medical consideration is necessary.
  9. Maintains and updates the Student Health website.
  10. Provides classroom presentations and trainings for student leaders and employees when requested.
  11. Requests and maintains department budget. Orders clinic supplies and over the counter medications.
  12. Provides clinic statistical reports and reports concerning student health themes to the VPSA.
  13. Submits quarterly department reports to the VPSA and the Board of Trustees’ Student Life Committee.
    Attends Division staff meetings and professional development workshops throughout the year.
  14. Organizes handicap seating and provides medical presence for University Commencement ceremonies.
  15. Provides outreach to the wider community by collaborating with outside medical providers and health
    agencies, such as the Lenawee County Health Department and local urgent care options.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Must be, at minimum, a licensed Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan. Must maintain Nursing
    licensure in good standing and provide proof of licensure to the VPSA on an annual basis.
  2. Must have excellent assessment skills as evidenced by previous experience in community nursing settings,
    such as physician’s office, school, home care, health department.
  3. Ability to work efficiently and function independently regarding treatment, first-aid, and response to
    emergencies. Must also be willing to regularly collaborate with University staff and medical providers and health agencies.
  4. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to build professional campus relationships with a diverse college population.
  5. Must be comfortable using Microsoft Office 360 products, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Teams.
  6. Primarily sedentary work in an office environment requiring occasional bending, stooping, reaching, walking and lifting.
  7. Must be able to communicate clearly, efficiently, and kindly with students and University stakeholders.
    Collaboration with supervisor and department leaders is expected.
  8. Ability to keep accurate records regarding patient charts and financial records.
  9. Must be dependable in attendance and present a professional appearance.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Physical Requirements and Working Conditions: 

  1. Must be accepted into the Graduate College at Siena Heights University and maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
  2. Must be available to work a flexible schedule averaging 29 hours a week, including evenings and weekends as scheduled.
  3. The start and end dates for this position are between January and May. Exact weekly schedules will be set by supervisor.
  4. Must be able to tolerate sitting, standing, moving, in The Hub and around campus. In emergency and repair situations, must be able to use steps.
  5. Possess a foundational knowledge of diverse populations such as ethnic and gender identities, faith traditions, and sexual orientations.
  6. Demonstrate an interest for learning social justice processes, restorative justice practices, cultural competency, and student development theory.
  7. May be required to occasionally interact with students that are ill or emotionally upset.
  8. Position is hired on with a one academic year commitment with the possibility of serving in the position for up to two academic years.

DISCLAIMER: This is not an all-inclusive list. There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services from the Student Life division or the University in general.

Supervised by: Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA)

Supervises: Full-time COVID Coordinator (temporary position) and Work Study Student

Interacts with: Students, University faculty and staff (especially in the Student Life Division with the
VPSA, Athletic Trainers, and Counselor; and Public Safety), parents and other Saints
Supporters, and outside medical providers and health agencies.

SUMMARY:

The Division of Student Life at Siena Heights University has an opening for a qualified graduate assistant starting August 2022.  The Graduate Assistant for The Hub has primary responsibility to daily operations in the Office of Student Engagement and the Office of Diversity & Inclusion. The Graduate Assistant may also support areas of The Hub including Accessibility, Mission and Ministry, Student Government, and Student Programming Board as prioritized by the Director of Student Engagement.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Carry out initiatives in Student Engagement such as student organization and club development, wellbeing activities, commuter appreciation events, and campus traditions (e.g. Halo Fest, Homecoming, Late Night Breakfast, Kente Ceremony).
  2. Serve as a collaborative leader to professional Student Life staff and student leaders.
  3. Plan and deliver late night and weekend programs that utilize the Siena Heights Student Development model, which infuses the University mission into core areas of creativity, intellect, citizenship, leadership, and identity.
  4. Create and support student programs and services to promote cultural, social support, mentoring, advocacy, leadership development, and diversity education.
  5. Assist maintenance and content creation with social media and websites connected to The Hub.
  6. Serve as a primary or secondary advisor for some student organizations directly sponsored by the Office of Student Engagement and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. The organizations for Student Engagement are SPARC (Student Programming and Recreation Committee) and Student Government. The organizations for Diversity and Inclusion are the Black Student Union, Men of Distinction (Men of Color mentoring group), Pride (LGBTQIA+ students and Allies), Sisterhood of Saints (Women of Color group), International Student Club, and S.A.F.E. (Saints Advocating for Everyone, an Accessibility Advocacy Group).
  7. Present/Co-Present trainings and/or coordination for student leadership summits, Siena Serves opportunities, and the Saints Space (aimed to enhance multicultural understanding and inclusion on campus among students, faculty, and staff) programs.
  8. Assist in selection, training, and supervision of Orientation Team student staff as well as planning, implementation, and evaluation of the Welcome Week experience. 
  9. Communicate with Student Organizations and Clubs each semester.
  10. Provide oversight with Student Life Directors for The Hub’s work study students, including but not limited to training, professional development, time sheets, and giving daily direction. 
  11. Assist in maintaining a welcoming, clean, and safe campus environment in The Hub and University Center.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Successful completion of a Bachelor’s degree and demonstrated campus leadership in the undergraduate experience.
  2. Availability to work well with a diverse student body, faculty, and staff.
  3. Excellent interpersonal communication skills, especially problem-solving and conflict resolution.
  4. Be a highly visible and approachable presence on campus.
  5. Be an effective role model at all times. 
  6. Develop and maintain quality, professional relationships with all students.
  7. Ability to plan, organize, budget, and implement activities and programs.
  8. Ability to think creatively to attract and retain student participation.
  9. Ability to refer students as needed to campus resources such as The Hub professional staff, Counseling Center, Student Health, Dean for Students, and the Center for Student Success.
  10. Ability to respond professionally in all student interactions and with constructive feedback.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must be accepted into the Graduate College at Siena Heights University and maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
  2. Must be available to work a flexible schedule averaging 29 hours a week, including evenings and weekends as scheduled.
  3. The start and end dates for this position are between January and May. Exact weekly schedules will be set by supervisor.
  4. Must be able to tolerate sitting, standing, moving, in The Hub and around campus. In emergency and repair situations, must be able to use steps.
  5. Possess a foundational knowledge of diverse populations such as ethnic and gender identities, faith traditions, and sexual orientations.
  6. Demonstrate an interest for learning social justice processes, restorative justice practices, cultural competency, and student development theory.
  7. May be required to occasionally interact with students that are ill or emotionally upset.
  8. Position is hired on with a one academic year commitment with the possibility of serving in the position for up to two academic years.

DISCLAIMER:

This is not an all-inclusive list. There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services from the Student Life division or the University in general.

BENEFITS:

  1. Stipend of $6,000 to be paid over the academic year.
  2. Tuition remission for up to 18 credit hours per academic year as required in course catalogue for degree completion.
  3. University Parking Permit.

Supervised by: Director of Student Engagement

Interacts with: The Hub Staff, Student Leaders, the Division of Student Life, University faculty and staff, and Saints Supporters.

Siena Heights University (NAIA), a member of the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference, invites applications for one position of Graduate Assistant Coach for Men’s Basketball.

Description:

The GA has the responsibility of coaching the program’s JV team and working with the Head Coach to manage the student-athletes in the best interest of Siena Heights University and in accordance with all the rules of the NAIA and the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference.

The Assistant Coach must demonstrate:

  1. Effective leadership of the team and program,
  2. The ability to effectively recruit and retain student-athletes,
  3. An excellent knowledge of the sport.

Education:

A bachelor’s degree and acceptance to a master’s degree program at Siena Heights University is required.

Qualification / Skills:

  • Experience in preparing scouting reports via Fast Scout/Fast Draw.
  • Assist with and impact recruiting both on and off campus.
  • Experience with both Hudl and Synergy video systems and video highlight productions.
  • On-court teaching, player development abilities.
  • Graphic design abilities for social media posts.
  • Valid driver’s license and driving record acceptable to the university’s automobile insurance provider is preferred.
  • Assist with coordinating various aspects of team travel.

The selected candidate will receive an annual stipend of $6000.00 and a graduate tuition waiver.

Start date is July 1, 2022. The position is classified as non-benefit eligible, exempt. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. During this unprecedented time, the University will continue to monitor both State and Federal health regulations related to the Covid-19 pandemic. The University’s hiring process and starting dates may be modified to ensure the health and safety of our workforce and community.  EOE

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume referencing “Men’s Basketball Graduate Assistant Coach” in the subject of the email to Head Coach Joe Pechota at jpechota@sienaheights.edu.

Siena Heights University (NAIA) invites applications for one position of Graduate Assistant Coach for Men’s Volleyball.

Description:

Candidates should possess strong organizational skills and a desire to effectively recruit. The person hired for this position will assist with facilitating practices, individual and team clinics, strength and conditioning, skill development, managing study halls, coaching at competitions, coordinating travel, recruiting, and social media. A bachelor’s degree and acceptance to a master’s degree program at Siena Heights University is required.

The selected candidate will receive an annual stipend of $6000.00 and a graduate tuition waiver.

Start date is July 1, 2022. The position is classified as non-benefit eligible, exempt. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. During this unprecedented time, the University will continue to monitor both State and Federal health regulations related to the Covid-19 pandemic. The University’s hiring process and starting dates may be modified to ensure the health and safety of our workforce and community.  EOE

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume referencing “Men’s Volleyball Graduate Assistant Coach” in the subject of the email to Head Coach Chris McKim at cmckim@sienaheights.edu.

Description:

Siena Heights University (NAIA) invites applications for one position of Graduate Assistant for Women’s wrestling.

Candidates should possess strong organizational skills and a desire to effectively recruit. The person hired for this position also will assist with facilitating practices, individual and team workouts, strength and conditioning, skill development, managing study halls, coaching at competitions, coordinating travel and recruiting. A bachelor’s degree is required and acceptance to a master’s degree program at Siena Heights University also is required. Experience wrestling or coaching freestyle wrestling at the college or international levels is preferred.

The selected candidate will receive an annual stipend of $6000.00 and graduate tuition waiver.

Start date is July 1, 2022. The position is classified as non-benefit eligible, exempt. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. During this unprecedented time, the University will continue to monitor both State and Federal health regulations related to the Covid-19 pandemic. The University’s hiring process and starting dates may be modified to ensure the health and safety of our workforce and community. EOE

Interested applicants should respond via email to Head Coach Dominic Adams with “Women’s Wrestling Graduate Assistant” in the subject line of the email. Please include a letter of application and resume.

Description:

Siena Heights University (NAIA) invites applications for one position of Graduate Assistant for Men’s Wrestling.

Candidates should possess strong communication and organizational skills. The desire and ability to effectively recruit is essential. The person hired for this position will assist with facilitating individual and team workouts, managing study halls, coaching at competitions, as well as coordinating recruiting and competition travel. A bachelor’s degree is required. Applicants must secure acceptance to a master’s degree program at Siena Heights University. Experience competing or coaching at the college or international levels is preferred.

The selected candidate will receive an annual stipend of $6000.00 and graduate tuition waiver.

Start date is July 1, 2022. The position is classified as non-benefit eligible. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. During this unprecedented time, the University will continue to monitor both State and Federal health regulations related to the Covid-19 pandemic. The University’s hiring process and starting dates may be modified to ensure the health and safety of our workforce and community. EOE

Interested applicants should respond via email to Head Coach Derrik Marry with Men’s Wrestling Graduate Assistant in the subject line. Please include letter of application, resume, and three references in the email.

SUMMARY:

Primary responsibility is to assure the safety of the Siena Heights Community. Performs patrols and emergency response functions, provides supervision of Public Safety Staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Assists other Public Safety staff on duty, by supervising daily work details, advising, counseling, training, and relaying information from the Director’s Office.
  2. Shall be responsible for the daily management of the Department of Public Safety in the absence of higher-ranked Public Safety staff.
  3. Must demonstrate the proper procedure for opening and closing rounds.
  4. Must perform safety rounds, safety checks, and parking lot checks.
  5. Must possess the knowledge to perform dispatch and desk duties, demonstrating the ability to answer the switchboard and security phones.
  6. Must be proficient in camera operations and perform camera rounds, as per procedure.
  7. Maintains security of all campus buildings, property, students, and visitors by routinely patrolling and surveying assigned areas.
  8. Maintains direct communication with the Director about all staff and community concerns.
  9. Maintains a positive working relationship with Resident Life staff, ensuring a benefit to the campus community, as a whole.
  10. Responds to all calls for assistance from the Siena Heights community, including those from the Resident Life staff and the Campus Village Apartments, as needed.
  11. Assists with ensuring that monthly fire safety checks are complete and accurate, as per procedure.
  12. Accurately completes all reports, logs, and documentation, as required.
  13. Assists in ensuring that all patrol and special event scheduling of staff is completed appropriately.
  14. Assumes control of all incidents requiring DPS intervention or assistance, maintaining contact with DPS staff and outside emergency agency assistance, as necessary.
  15. Directs and maintains communication with on and off-campus administrative authorities during emergent situations, calling-in additional staff and completing reporting requirements, as per procedure.
  16. Assists with AED checks and medical supply inventory, as well as inventory control.
  17. Attends judicial review boards and court trials, as assigned by the Director.
  18. Assists with the training of new staff members, including assisting with training week for student employees.
  19. Shall assist with all scheduled staff meetings and training sessions.
  20. Shall assist the Director in policy and procedure enforcement, advising the Director of alleged violations which may need to be investigated.
  21. Assists with the scheduling and checking in/out of University fleet vehicles, as per procedure, and may be required to drive University vehicles, as needed.
  22. Completing all other Departmental duties, as assigned by the Director of Public Safety.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Preferred law enforcement experience. Requires at least a high school diploma or related educational equivalency; Associate’s degree in related field.
  2. Must pass criminal background check. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
  3. Must have or obtain fire safety certification.
  4. Must have or obtain CPR and First Aid certification.
  5. Must be responsible and reliable, a positive role model for the Siena Community.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Must be able to have the manual dexterity to direct traffic in a variety of weather conditions.
  2. Must possess capacity to speak clearly on the telephone, radio, and in face to face interactions.
  3. Must be knowledgeable about university and public safety policy and procedures, able to respond to changing priorities, and able to direct the work of others.
  4. Must possess the ability to communicate with others, verbally and in writing.
  5. Must have the ability to remain calm and take control during emergent situations or under stressful conditions, especially when others are agitated or emotional.
  6. Must be First Aid, AED, CPR, and Fire Safety certified; or willing to become certified within a reasonable amount of time upon hire.
  7. Must be knowledgeable of incident command systems – certified in NIMS (levels according to current governmental standards); or willing to become certified within a reasonable amount of time upon hire.
  8. Must be knowledgeable about community policy concepts and models.

Required Physical Abilities for Work Environment:

  1. Must possess the ability to speak clearly via telephone, radio, and in person.
  2. Must have clear vision in a variety of light settings.
  3. Must possess the manual dexterity to check locks, doors, windows, etc.
  4. Must have the capacity to move quickly, if necessary, from place to place, inside and outside of buildings, during day or night, under a variety of weather conditions.
  5. Must be available to work a variety of hours, including weekends, nights, and holidays.
  6. Must possess the manual dexterity to direct traffic in a variety of weather conditions.
  7. Must be able to work independently of others, under a variety of conditions.

DISCLAIMER:

This is not an all inclusive list. There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services to the Public Safety Department or the University in general. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required of this position.

SUPERVISED BY: Chief of Public Safety and/or the Director of Public Safety, and Shift SGT/CPL.

SUPERVISES: N/A

INTERACTS WITH: University faculty, staff, students and their parents, other campus offices, and the general public.

SUMMARY:

The Residence Life Coordinator is a full-time 12-month position that serves as primary supervisor for 9 to 14 resident assistants and as a co-mentor for up to 660 residents in four co-ed residence halls.

RESIDENCE LIFE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Serve as a live-in professional by providing support and advice to residential students and Resident Assistant staff, addressing issues related to residence life, student development, and community responsibility.
  2. Uphold and champion the University mission, serving as a positive role model to all students while maintaining appropriate professional boundaries and communication.
  3. Under the supervision of the Director of Residence Life, coordinate the selection, training, supervision, and evaluation resident assistants.
  4. Coordinate and attend weekly resident assistant staff meetings, periodic staff development programs, and weekly individual 1-on-1 meetings.
  5. Attend and participate in weekly Residence Life leadership meetings and attend all division meetings within the Division of Student Life.
  6. Serve in a year-round on-call rotation as primary first response in the evenings and on weekends, and act as a department liaison with the Public Safety staff. Maintain communication with the Administrator On-Duty (AOD) as necessary.
  7. Serve as advisor for the Student Housing Council (SHC).
  8. Interpret the Student Code of Conduct and enforce policy, accountability, and documentation when necessary.
  9. Serve as a hearing officer for University housing policy violations.
  10. Assist the Director in coordinating a community development model that promotes the academic, personal, social, spiritual, and physical development of students.
  11. Assist residents experiencing roommate conflicts reach resolution and gain communication skills by facilitating productive conversations.
  12. Oversee the RA programming budget.
  13. Work with the resident assistants in completing pre- and post-programming paperwork and create reports each semester detailing programs and student involvement.
  14. Assist with the check-in/out procedures and room change procedures. Work with student staff to maintain accurate Room Condition & Inventory records throughout the year.
  15. Maintain residence hall key inventory and audit as necessary.
  16. Responsible for entering work orders as needed.
  17. Assist the Director with the coordination of the summer camps program, including coordinating night and weekend check-in/out, and on-call responsibilities.
  18. Keep accurate records of RA performance – requirement trackers, interaction logs, etc.

DESIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  1. Two or more years of experience in Student Life programs, with preference given to candidates with live-in Residence Life experience.
  2. Knowledge of programming and activities consistent with student development theories that encourage participation from diverse student populations.
  3. Demonstrated ability to proactively work with professional staff, graduate assistants, student staff and diverse student populations at a small, liberal arts, faith based institution.
  4. Ability to plan, organize, budget, and implement activities and programs.
  5. Excellent interpersonal communication skills, especially problem-solving and conflict resolution.
  6. Ability to react calmly and professionally in crisis intervention and University housing emergencies.
  7. Background in supervising student staff in a university setting.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Master’s degree from an accredited institution in College Student Personnel, Counseling, or related field.
  2. Must be available to work a flexible schedule, including evening and weekends as needed. Position requires a set schedule of business hours in the office, meetings and events potentially after business hours and/or on weekends.
  3. Must reside in the on-campus apartment located within the residence halls.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Primarily sedentary work with occasional bending, stooping, reaching lifting and carrying objects weighing not more than 25 lbs.
  2. Must possess good vision, hearing, sense of smell, and speaking abilities.
  3. Must be able to move around office areas and locations throughout campus, including the residence halls and residence hall rooms.
  4. Must be able to tolerate work areas that are not air-conditioned during summer months.
  5. Expected to be available and part of the on-call rotation for evenings and weekends, and some holidays as determined by programs and emergencies or other circumstances.
  6. Must be dependable in personal attendance and project management.

RENUMERATION

  1. Competitive wage and benefits.
  2. Furnished two bedroom on-campus apartment with included cable and wireless internet and a cell phone stipend.
  3. University meal plan when dining is open during the academic year.

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required of this position. It is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skill required. There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services from the student development staff or the University in general.

SUPERVISED BY: Director of Residence Life
SUPERVISES: Resident Assistants
INTERACTS WITH: University students, residents, faculty, other staff, parents, and other professional contacts such as physicians, counselors, emergency personnel, etc.

SUMMARY:

Siena Heights University is a comprehensive liberal arts centered university located in Adrian, Michigan.  The University is a private, catholic, coeducational institution, sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Through a strong liberal education curriculum and progressive academic programs, Siena Heights serves traditional students and working professionals in undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Computer and Information Systems in the Division of Computing, Mathematics and the Sciences seeks to fill a fulltime, Assistant Professor Faculty position to teach undergraduate Computer Science, Data Analytics, and CIS courses. Courses offered in the program include Introduction to Programming, Databases, Database Management Systems, and Data Analysis.  In addition to teaching responsibilities, faculty are expected to contribute service in some capacity, such as committee work, academic advising, curriculum development and/or program assessment, recruitment, and are also expected to maintain an active record of scholarship.  Teaching load is 12 credit hours, usually 4 courses, per academic term.     

REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must possess an earned Master’s degree (doctorate preferred) in Information Systems, Computer Science, Data Analytics, or a closely related field, and must have teaching experience at the college level. Experience teaching face-to-face and online is preferred.  At least one certification including, but not limited to, Cisco Certified CyberOps Associate, CISSP, and CEH is preferred but not required. Applicants with relevant industry experience will also be considered.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their cover letter, Curriculum Vita/resume, list of professional references, sample syllabus, three letters of recommendation, and a statement of your teaching philosophy.  Your teaching philosophy should include a statement of how you see CIS in the context of the liberal arts and how you would encourage more women and underrepresented minorities to enter the study of CIS and related fields.  Documents should be submitted to shujobs@sienaheights.edu.  In the subject line of the email, please reference the job title of this position to ensure timely review and distribution of your materials.  Applicants must be able to provide proof of authorization to work in the United Sates.  The university will not provide work-visa sponsorship for this position.  Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Desired start date is August 2022. EOE

Siena Heights University seeks nominations and applications for a faculty position in Criminal Justice beginning in August 2022. Reporting to the Vice President of Academic Affairs, this position teaches on-ground and on-line courses and assists in overseeing service-learning opportunities. In addition to these responsibilities the position includes student advising, curriculum development and student Criminal Justice Club oversight.

A Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, Criminology or Sociology preferred, criminal justice experience required. Strong candidates who are ABD and nearing completion will also be considered. A demonstrated commitment to undergraduate teaching, degree completion and on-line/blended teaching is essential, as is research experience at the college/university level. Professional responsibilities include program coordination/development; advising students; supervision of internships; orientation and registration of students; participation on university committees; recruitment; regular (posted) office hours and participate in traditional university academic functions. Faculty members may be required to teach off campus.

While the area of specialization is open, preference will be given to candidates with expertise in criminal justice and sociology. Experience teaching core undergraduate criminal justice and sociology courses is a plus.

Responsibilities:

  1. Teaching criminal justice and sociology courses in Adrian and off-campus site(s).
  2. Assisting with planning, organizing, designing, and implementing potential additional off-campus Criminal Justice Programs.
  3. Providing supervision and advising for students in service-learning opportunities in the community: developing ties with the community; understand emerging needs of both the population and students; and, directing research, design, and implementation of service learning.
  4. Teaching on-line/blended CRJ/SOC courses. Participating in online training/ mentoring available at Siena Heights, and online course development and teaching.
  5. Assisting with Adrian campus student advising during fall/ winter semester and summer registration dates/scholarship days.
  6. Other duties within the scope of the program’s responsibilities as defined by the Criminal Justice Program Coordinator.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  1. Criminal Justice, Criminology, and/or Sociology, PhD. preferred, ABD will be considered. On-ground teaching experience. On-line/blended teaching and business organization experience desired.
  2. Strong management skills; experience supervising/ leading people.
  3. Computer proficiency required.
  4. Familiarity with criminal justice issues, court system, law enforcement and sociological teachings.
  5. Knowledge of community needs; establishment and nurturing of partnerships; and campus personnel relationships required.
  6. Strong personal and professional integrity required.
  7. Tact, diplomacy, and collaboration required.

Required Documents to Include:

  1. CV,
  2. Cover letter,
  3. Summary of teaching evaluations,
  4. Sample publications,
  5. List of names and contact information for three references,
  6. Unofficial transcripts (official transcripts due upon hire).

Background Check:

Final candidates may be asked to disclose criminal record history during the initial screening process and prior to a conditional offer or employment. All final applicants will be required to consent to a criminal background investigation.

Application Process:

All applicants are required to include professional references as part of their application process. Documents should be submitted to shujobs@sienaheights.edu.  In the subject line of the email, please reference the job title of this position to ensure timely review and distribution of your materials.  Applicants must be able to provide proof of authorization to work in the United Sates.  The university will not provide work-visa sponsorship for this position.  Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Desired start date is August 2022.  EOE

SUMMARY:

Siena Heights University, a Catholic university sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters and located in Adrian, MI, invites applicants for an anticipated full-time position in the Psychology Department to begin in August, 2022.  Although the specific area is open, preference will be given to candidates with a strong background in experimental psychology.  The ideal candidate will possess a doctorate in psychology, commitment to excellence in teaching in a liberal arts environment and successful college-level teaching experience.   The candidate’s primary duties will involve teaching introductory psychology, learning and memory, physiological psychology, research methods, etc., as determined by candidate’s background and program need.  The successful applicant will also work with students on their senior research projects.  In addition, the candidate may have an opportunity to teach in the university’s innovative cross-disciplinary general education program.  Proficiency with information technology at the college level, including online teaching, is desired.  Rank and salary dependent on experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

This faculty member is responsible for teaching four 3 credit hour classes each semester, provide academic mentoring to students and participate in scholarly activity and service to the University. Prepare syllabi for classes, instruct students, provide appropriate feedback and assign grades to students on a timely basis.  Meet the deadlines set by the Registrar’s Office related to such activities as grading (midterm and final), scheduling, etc. Participate in curriculum development in conformity with learning outcomes for the program.  Provide data on learning outcomes assessment in a timely manner. Attend to his/her professional development and appropriate scholarly activity for academic rank. Participate in program, division and faculty meetings. Participate on a university committee or an appropriate substitute activity negotiated with a division chair (e.g., moderating a student organization). Serve as an academic mentor for psychology students and assist the program in recruitment and retention efforts. Attend fall convocation, honors convocation, commencement, and other university events. Participate in faculty and university activities in the weeks prior to and following the academic year. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the program coordinator, division chairperson or dean.

REQUIREMENTS:

Masters degree required, doctorate preferred. Demonstrated teaching effectiveness and a desire to work in a liberal arts’ setting.  Record of teaching experience along with scholarly activities. 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified candidates are invited to send their cover letter with salary requirements, Curriculum Vita/resume, list of professional references, sample syllabus, three letters of recommendation, and a brief description of your teaching philosophy to shujobs@sienaheights.edu.  In the subject line of the email, please reference the job title of this position to ensure timely review and distribution of your materials.  Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  EOE

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Biology Department in the Division of Computing, Mathematics and the Sciences seeks to fill a fulltime, Assistant Professor Faculty position to teach undergraduate Biology courses. Courses taught by the position may include Animal Biology, Animal Behavior, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy, Human Anatomy and Physiology, and Junior/Senior Seminars.  In addition to teaching responsibilities, faculty are expected to contribute service in some capacity, such as committee work, academic advising, curriculum development, program assessments, recruitment, and maintain an active record of scholarship.  Teaching load is 12 credit hours, usually 3-4 courses, per academic semester.

REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must possess an earned Master’s degree (doctorate preferred) in Biology or a closely related field, and must have teaching experience at the college level. Experience teaching face-to-face and online is preferred.  Applicants with relevant industry experience will also be considered.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their cover letter, Curriculum Vita/resume, list of professional references, sample syllabus, three letters of recommendation, and a statement of your teaching philosophy.  Your teaching philosophy should include a statement of how you see Biology in the context of the liberal arts and how you would encourage more women and underrepresented minorities to enter the study of science.  Documents should be submitted to shujobs@sienaheights.edu.  In the subject line of the email, please reference the job title of this position to ensure timely review and distribution of your materials.  Applicants must be able to provide proof of authorization to work in the United Sates.  The university will not provide work-visa sponsorship for this position.  Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Desired start date is August 2022.  EOE

Adjunct Faculty in Engineering

SUMMARY:

Siena Heights University’s Engineering Department is seeking adjunct faculty to teach engineering courses at its Adrian campus. The semester begins January 10 and ends May 6.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Engineering Department is seeking qualified adjunct faculty members to teach the following engineering course.

ENR270 Circuit Analysis with Lab

Position may be renewable for subsequent terms.

REQUIREMENTS:

Master’s Degree or prior collegiate engineering teaching experience required. Job will require on-campus classroom teaching 2-3 days per week as well as administration of exams, grading, etc.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified candidates are invited to send their cover letter, Curriculum Vita and teaching philosophy, and a list of three professional references to shujobs@sienaheights.edu. In the subject line of the email, please reference the job title of this position to ensure timely review and distribution of your materials.  Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. EOE

Organization: NAIA

Conference: Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC)

Head Coach: Coach Kirk Richards

Description: Siena Heights University (NAIA) invites applications for one position of Graduate Assistant Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Sprints, Hurdles and Horizontal Jumps Coach.

The selected candidate will receive an annual stipend of $6000.00 and graduate tuition waiver. Selected candidate will have expertise in Collegiate Sprints, Hurdles and Horizontal Jumps Events. Strong organizational skills with an ability to effectively recruit are essential. This position includes assisting with recruitment, practice sessions, scheduling, and operations management. A key area of responsibility will be athlete development skills. Bachelor’s degree required and college participation experience preferred. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Application: Send a letter of application, resume and three letters of reference to:

Kirk Richards
Head Women’s Track and Cross Country Coach, Assistant Men’s Track Coach
Siena Heights University
1247 E. Siena Heights Drive, Adrian, Michigan 49221

Or email krichar2@sienaheights.edu.

Siena Heights University is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Title: Head Competitive and Sideline Cheer and Dance Coach

Department: Athletics

FLSA: Exempt

Summary: 

The Head Competitive and Sideline Cheer and Dance Coach directs and coordinates the planning, organizing, and coaching of the Siena Heights University cheer and dancing teams. The head coach is further responsible for providing a quality athletic program for student athletes through pre and postseason training/conditioning, intercollegiate competition, student athlete recruitment and monitoring of academic progress. 

Responsibilities: 

  1. Recruit student athletes for the Competitive and Sideline Cheer and Dance programs to meet recruiting goals set by the Athletic Director and the VP of Enrollment Management. Develops relationships with the stakeholders in Competitive and Sideline Cheer and Dance; and establish a positive reputation for the Cheer and Dance program at Siena Heights University. Network and recruit through high schools, travel programs, junior colleges; build positive relationships with prospective and current student athletes and their Saints Supporters (e.g. parents, family, friends).
  2. Develop recruiting travel schedule to high schools and junior colleges. Maintain recruiting correspondence with high school and junior college coaches as well as prospective student-athletes.  Plan, organize and Competitive and Sideline Cheer and Dance camps and fundraising activities that can assist in the recruitment process.  
  3. Prepares the student-athlete for competition by organizing daily practice plans, including pre and post season conditioning programs.
  4. Schedules contests/competitions for the Competitive and Sideline Cheer and Dance programs subject to the approval of the Athletic Director.
  5. Ensure that all travel arrangements for the team, including all transportation, overnight plans and meals are planned.
  6. Provide statistical data in an accurate and timely fashion to the Sports Information Director.
  7. Coordinates and manages the Competitive and Sideline Cheer and Dance budget, including but not limited to travel and uniform fees.
  8. Monitoring student as athletes’ academic progress by scheduling study sessions and communicating with academic advisors and faculty. Promote environment in which student athlete will establish purposeful and ethical characteristics.
  9. This position is institutionally authorized to accept financial aid documents and verify information.
  10. Maintain, manage, and schedule mascot duties.
  11. Must have the ability to fundraise towards your operating budget.
  12. Must be certified in the USA Cheer and Safety Risk Management.
  13. Other duties within the scope of division’s responsibilities as defined by the Athletic Director.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: 

  1. Requires Bachelor’s degree with master’s degree preferred. Requires previous Competitive Cheer and Sideline and Dance coaching experience, preferably at the collegiate level, including player evaluation and recruiting.
  2. Must have excellent verbal communication skills and the ability to instruct and motivate athletes. Must be able to communicate clearly in writing as well as have highly developed time management skills.

Disclaimer: 

This is not an all-inclusive list.  There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services from the athletic department or the University in general.   The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required of this position.  It is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. 

Supervised By: Athletic Director

Supervises: Student Athletes

Interacts with: Other members of the student development staff, college community, athletes, prospective athletes, parents, coaches and school administrators and other contacts as determined by the nature and scope of responsibilities.

SUMMARY:

This position is part-time/temporary for the duration of the grant. There is a possibility of full-time status/ongoing employment based on program need, budget availability, grant renewal. Position is 100% federally funded by the U.S. Department of Education TRIO Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement grant.  This position has significant responsibility for the day-to-day program support for the McNair Program.  The job description includes, but is not limited to:

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Manages the day-to-day accounting and program data processes for the program.  Includes account reconciliation, processing budget payment forms, and providing program budget reports and day-to-day data entry and preparing requested data reports.
  2. Maintains procedure manuals for the position and program.
  3. Coordinates tutoring and academic resources for scholars.
  4. Occasionally travels with scholars, as needed, including weekend, overnight/out of state travel.
  5. May assist with administrative and clerical assistance for the program including correspondence, travel arrangements, and event planning for scholars and staff.
  6. Performs other duties within the scope of the department’s responsibilities as defined by the Director.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Bachelor’s degree required. Some graduate school or related research experience preferred. Knowledge of the graduate school application and postbaccalaureate process and standards strongly preferred.
  2. Experience working with low-income, first generation and/or underrepresented students, preferably in a higher education setting.
  3. Experience in data entry, tracking and reporting required.
  4. Experience with accounting practices, such as maintaining records, electronic entry, account reconciliation, spending, and reporting required.
  5. Experience with development of advertising and recruitment materials and events, social media interaction, basic digital photography skills preferred.
  6. Effective communication, attention to detail, organizational, and record-keeping skills required.
  7. Proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office Suite required. Experience with Student Access Database and Quicken software, preferred.
  8. Ability to understand and react appropriately to requests from a variety of constituencies, such as students, prospective students, staff, faculty and public.
  9. Must possess and maintain valid driver’s license, be able to drive private vendor rental vehicles, and meet Siena Heights requirements to drive campus vehicles. Some travel may be required, as needed.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Must be able to travel, carry supplies, and interact with others for more than 8 consecutive hours on a periodic schedule.  Must be able to perform sedentary work for up to 8 hours frequently.
  2. Must be able to occasionally bend, stoop, lift and carry items less than 40 lbs.
  3. Must be able to tolerate a variety of environmental changes due to office climate and traveling requirements.
  4. Must have and maintain current valid driver’s license and be able to be approved driver for on-campus and off-campus vehicles.
  5. Some out of state/overnight travel may be required, as needed.

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required of this position. It is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required.

SUPERVISES: Position does not supervise.

INTERACTS WITH: Students, campus staff/faculty, community.

SUPERVISED BY: Program Director

SUMMARY:

Provides the primary administrative support for the Social Sciences Division.  Provides general office support, answering the telephone, greeting visitors, screen incoming mail, performing meeting notification, room reservations, etc.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provides the primary administrative support of the Social Sciences Division.  Ensures effective operation of division office by responding to requests for information from prospective and current students as well as faculty and staff.  Acts as liaison with appropriate main campus offices. Uses CARS for scheduling division courses and rooms. Send routine correspondence to students. Coordinate book orders as needed, interfaces with bookstore and faculty, and order faculty desk copies as needed. Process and maintain files of requisitions and other orders. Assists with organizational management by gathering data, completing data analysis, and collaborating in the development of written reports, graphs, for the purpose of HLC, Michigan Department of Education, and National Accreditation needs. Collects forms for overload and adjunct contracts. Records and maintains division meeting minutes. Maintains data collection on student numbers. Maintains complete lists of students by programs and needed documentation for certification pathways. Maintain records and track needs for courses each semester. May be assigned to special projects, which may include but are not limited to commencement/graduation activities, information sessions, program and class scheduling. Participates in University committees as assigned and supports planning of the annual division banquet and other events. Supervises division work-study students. Helps maintains MySiena pages for the division programs. Performs basic clerical duties such as answering multiple phone lines, typing correspondence, and greeting of students. Fields phone calls for initial information on programs and keeps records of inquiries. Competency, with high rate of accuracy and efficiency, in computerized word-processing and data management; experience in spreadsheet and database programs (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook). Familiarity with on-line learning management systems, preferably Canvas. Ability to use and maintain variety of office machines, including computer, printer, fax, and copier; proficiency and accuracy in Internet usage. Excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal skills and phone presence.  Must be able to maintain confidentiality and respond to others with patience and tact. Must be punctual, dependable and able to work autonomously. Ability to react hospitably to others; friendly approach to all program customers. Must be able to cope with changing work priorities and pressures of deadlines. Other duties within scope of division’s responsibilities as defined by supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:

Requires secretarial competency usually obtained from certificate in secretarial office management or related field or an associate degree. Requires minimum three – five years related work experience in a multi-function office, ideally in a higher education setting. Requires competency in skills related to office management. Must be able to demonstrate excellent skills using office suite software, voicemail and email. Requires exceptional oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.  Requires ability to maintain a very high degree of confidentiality. Requires ability to oversee a variety of responsibilities, often adjusting priorities, and managing interpersonal relationship skills to establish effective working relationships. Ability to use and maintain a variety of office machines, including computer, printer/copier.  Proficiency in Internet usage. 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified candidates are invited to send their cover letter, Curriculum Vita/resume, and a list of professional references to shujobs@sienaheights.edu. In the subject line of the email, please reference the job title of this position to ensure timely review and distribution of your materials. This position is classified as part-time, non-exempt and is not eligible for fringe benefits. Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

SUMMARY:
Siena Heights University, a Catholic liberal arts institution founded and sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters, invites applications for the position of a part-time Public Safety Officer (i.e. 30 hours/week).  This position primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of the Siena Heights Community.  Dispatching, directing traffic, switchboard, desk operations, internal and external rounds, opening and closing rounds, parking rounds, stationary posts, escorts, emergency response, camera rounds, safety checks, fire alarm response, crown control and parking registration.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Works as a team member to maintain a safe campus, knows the procedures for opening rounds and closing rounds, works stationary posts when needed, performs safety rounds and safety checks, performs parking rounds, performs desk duties per department procedures, answers switchboard and security phones, dispatch duties as per department procedures, first response for emergency situations per proper protocol, responds to fire alarms on or off duty according to department policy, proficiency in departmental procedures for fire alarms and drills, attend a one-week training session in the fall, and any other training as requested, attend staff meetings as scheduled, performs crowd control when needed, takes complaints and reports, reports any criminal activities properly and promptly, proficient in camera operations and performs camera rounds according to current staff requirements, scheduling/checking in and out of University vehicles per procedures, and  follows the rules and regulations of Siena Heights University (as outlined in the Saints Guide and the Employee Handbook)

REQUIREMENTS:
Requires a high school diploma or equivalent certification.  Prefer two years of post secondary education and/or prior management or supervisory experience.  Experience in law enforcement, security, or related field is desirable.  Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing with others.  Position requires evening and weekend hours. Ability to keep calm in emergency or conditions where others are agitated.  First aid , CPR, and fire safety certificated. Must be able to take control of volatile situations

APPLICATION PROCESS:
Qualified candidates are invited to send their cover letter with salary requirements, Curriculum Vita/resume, and a list of professional references to shujobs@sienaheights.edu.  In the subject line of the email, please reference the job title of this position to ensure timely review and distribution of your materials. Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  EOE

Siena Heights University, a Catholic, liberal arts university founded and sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters, has on-going job opportunities available for adjunct faculty members. The educational requirements for instructing undergraduate courses is a Master’s degree in a related area of study.

Instruction for graduate level courses requires a Ph.D. in a related area of study or at minimum, a Master’s degree with significant work experience in the related field. Responsibilities include developing and providing lectures; provide daily assignments, and evaluation of student’s academic progress. This is not an all inclusive list of positional responsibilities. Divisions will have access to all application materials and will contact qualified candidates as courses become available.     

Qualified candidates are invited to send their cover letter, Curriculum Vita/resume, and a list of professional references to shujobs@sienaheights.edu. In the subject line of the email, please reference if you are interested in instructing undergraduate or graduate level courses and your areas of expertise.