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:

The Information Technology Technician records and responds to Help Desk calls in a timely manner and systematically remedies the problem(s) or escalates them as needed. This role provides tier I support for office and classroom technology and will assist the Associate Director of IT Services with basic network maintenance tasks. The Information Technology Technician assists other members of the Division as needed and works with student interns, student workers and the Siena Community.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Maintenance and support of all University owned desktops, laptops, printers, scanners, and other peripherals as required.
  2. Basic support and knowledge of MacOS and Windows devices resulting in policy and feature implementations as needed.
  3. Assist other members of the Division on projects and assignments as needed.
  4. Assist with tier 1 troubleshooting of wireless network
  5. Assist with basic switch configuration
  6. Assist with basic VoIP system tasks (reassign extensions, reset voicemail PIN, etc.)
  7. Maintain basic policies and propose improvements and solutions in Google Workplace for Chromebooks and linked other user services for the University.
  8. Perform Help Desk duties, including but not limited to resolving tickets, deploying new workstations, contacting students and employees, among other duties.
  9. Routinely review the online presence of CampusPress websites published by the university and contact individuals with websites not meeting standards.
  10. Organize and ensure all student input tickets are complete and accurate.
  11. Improve current Helpdesk strategies to provide a more consistent level of service.
  12. Uphold the confidentiality of all information acquired by any means during the performance of duties.
  13.  Assume and perform such other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. An Associate degree in Information Technology or equivalent field of study or equivalent work experience with computers and computer applications is preferred.
  2. Excellent skills in computer/peripherals/software problem diagnosis and repair.
  3. Working knowledge of Windows and Apple hardware and software, printers, scanners, and other peripherals.
  4. Knowledge of and experience with Office 365, SharePoint, and One-Drive.
  5. Excellent written and oral communications skills; work with individuals who are pressured by deadlines and hardware/software malfunctions.
  6. Experience with a Help Desk ticking system is a plus.
  7. Perseverance to see a problem through to a successful conclusion.
  8. Strong self-motivation and attention to detail and pride in a job well done.
  9. Ability to handle stress and stressed-out clients successfully.
  10. Work and communicate effectively with staff, faculty and students.
  11. Prioritize work and calls appropriately.
  12. Willingness and commitment to continued training, education, and certification as necessary to remain current in the field and maintain systems appropriately.
  13. A keen sense of security and concern for the Community’s equipment.
  14. Maintain confidentiality of all information and to respect the security of the Division operations.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS and WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Must be able to communicate with speech and hear changes in volume and tone several times a day.
  2. Must be able to work flexible hours, including afternoons, evenings, and some weekends during the calendar year.
  3. Must be able to lift, on a daily basis, computer equipment and tools up to 20 pounds.
  4. Must be able to travel to offices and areas around the entire campus when they need services.
  5. Must be able to work in small, enclosed areas.
  6. Must have dependable attendance and present a professional appearance.
  7. Work area is free from tobacco smoke and air-conditioned. Will be required to occasionally work in areas that are not air-conditioned.
  8. Ability to push a large cart filled with equipment/tools.

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. There may be additional duties and physical requirements required from time to time to ensure proper delivery of the services expected from and provided by the Division of Information Technology or the University in general.

SUPERVISED BY: Technical Support Coordinator
SUPERVISES: N/A
INTERACTS WITH: Members of the Division of Information Technology, University faculty and staff, students, outside vendors and other professional contacts.

SUMMARY:

The Programmer/Analyst presents and implements feasible solutions to general business application problems after conducting a thorough review of the applications work-flow, processing issues and user requirements with the Senior Programmer/Analyst and appropriate end user(s).

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Plans, develops, tests and documents all workflow issues and programming codes necessary to successfully implement the required application solution within the time frame defined by the Senior Programmer/Analyst.
  2. Consults with the Senior Programmer/Analyst and end-user to define the problem and the necessary end-result of the applications programming work.
  3. Suggests pro-active and creative ways in which to incorporate current and future technologies into the applications product mix.
  4. Analyzes and alters application code on a recurring basis to increase the efficiency of the application and to adapt the application to new requirements.
  5. Determines the feasibility, cost, time required, application and compatibility issues and hardware requirements.
  6. Conducts application walk through with the Senior Programmer/Analyst and other Information Technology Division personnel.
  7. Provides initial training for the implementation and use of the application solution.
  8. Follows departmental naming, coding and documenting standards.
  9. Other duties within the scope of departmental duties as defined by the supervisor.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems, math, or business related area. Equivalent work experience will be considered. Prefer one year experience with a relational database, Informix On-Line. Experience with administrative applications in an educational setting preferred.
  2. Knowledge of programming includes SQL report writing, menu and screen development, Unix, Perl, CGI scripting, ASP.NET, web languages such as HTML, C, C++, C# programming, and structured design techniques, workflow analysis and relational database theory.
  3. Experience with COGNOS reporting is a plus.
  4. Ability to think logically, creatively and with close attention to detail.
  5. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to present technical and non-technical information effectively.
  6. Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality of all information encountered.
  7. Flexibility to adapt to new work priorities as determined by the Senior Applications Analyst.
  8. Participation in professional organizations.
  9. May need to be available on a call-in basis for after hours support.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS & WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. 1. Must be able to communicate with speech and hear changes in volume and tone several times a day.
  2. Must be able to work flexible hours, including afternoons, evenings and some weekends during the calendar year.
  3. Must be able to lift on a daily basis computer equipment and tools up to 25 pounds.
  4. Must be able to travel to offices and areas around the entire campus when they need services.
  5. Must be able to work in small enclosed areas.
  6. Must have dependable attendance and present a professional appearance.
  7. Work area is free from tobacco smoke and air-conditioned. Will be required to occasionally work in areas that are not air-conditioned.

DISCLAIMER:

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

SUPERVISED BY: Senior Programmer/Analyst
INTERACTS WITH: Members of the Division of Information Technology, University faculty and staff, students, outside vendors and other professional contacts.

Summary:

The full-time grounds worker is the lead grounds person responsible for maintaining campus grounds during all seasons. This position will train and provide guidance to part-time or seasonal staff, maintains grounds and landscape, services and repairs grounds equipment, and performs other duties as assigned.  This position is classified an essential worker and is required to report to work during snow events and during times of snow emergencies.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform all types of grounds keeping duties in the care and maintenance of campus grounds.
  • Train and provide direction to part-time and seasonal grounds workers; develop daily work schedules and coordinate daily task.
  • Review requests for grounds keeping and recommend best procedures or methods for completing jobs; request needed equipment, tools, supplies and materials; recommend and assist in ordering sod, plants, hedges and equipment.
  • Oversee and perform skilled grounds maintenance work involved in planting, cultivating, trimming, pruning, fertilizing and irrigating trees, shrubs, hedges and lawns; water lawns and plants by hand as needed.
  • Operate hand and power tools and other equipment used in grounds maintenance.
  • Perform routine and reactive maintenance on grounds related equipment. Maintain, clean, repair, replace, or rebuild grounds related equipment.
  • Monitor and pick up of trash and other debris across campus grounds.
  • Maintain campus parking lots, walks, driveways, play areas, fences and courts.
  • Inspect and assure maintenance and safe operating conditions of grounds-keeping power equipment, and tools; perform routine maintenance of grounds equipment; maintain grounds areas in a safe, clean and orderly condition.
  • Prepare and maintain a variety of records and reports including vehicle maintenance, attendance, work orders and inventory.
  • Perform snow and ice removal.
  • Work extended or flexible hours and days to meet weather conditions and needs of the University.
  • Perform On-call and essential worker responsibilities.
  • Maintain regular attendance.
  • Inspect and verify proper and safe work practices and procedures.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
  • Work independently with little direction.
  • Understand and follow oral and written directions.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands:

  • Work is performed while standing, sitting, bending, and/or walking.
  • Requires the ability to communicate effectively using speech, vision and hearing.
  • Requires the use of hands for simple grasping and fine manipulations.
  • Requires bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, reaching.
  • Requires the ability to lift, carry, push or pull medium weights, up to 75 pounds.
  • Requires activities involving being around moving machinery, exposure to marked changes in temperature and humidity, and exposure to pollen, dust, fumes and gases.
  • Perform heavy physical labor.
  • Requires working in all types of environments for extending periods of time. For example: cold, wet, snow and sleet, sunny, hot, and muggy weather.

Requirements:

  • High school diploma or G.E.D. Certificate.
  • Three years of grounds-keeping experience preferred.
  • Experienced in repairing and performing preventative maintenance on grounds related tools and equipment required.
  • Valid Driver’s License Required.
  • Grounds related licenses preferred.

SUMMARY:

The HVAC Specialist/Maintenance Technician is a member of the maintenance team who is responsible for performing skilled work at the journeyman or licensed trade level in the maintenance and repair of HVAC equipment including refrigeration, air conditioning, heating, and air handling equipment. The HVAC Specialist will analyze, troubleshoot, plan, design, estimate, procure materials, and manage assigned projects. HVAC Specialist performs new and retrofit installations and preventative maintenance.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Manage, maintain, and monitor the HVAC systems and equipment across campus.
  2. Responsible for the preventive maintenance, operation, and repair of various types of plant equipment used in building heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, including kitchen equipment, steam boilers, hot water boilers, and gas and electric heating and cooling systems.
  3. Assist Supervisor with preparing cost estimates for HVAC related projects requested by other departments; verify all necessary approvals are obtained prior to procuring material and/or start of project.
  4. Manage assigned HVAC projects from start to finish; including evaluation, designing, sketching blueprints, estimating cost, procuring materials, and performing and overseeing installations.
  5. Perform work to achieve completion of the project on schedule, within budget, with quality workmanship that conforms to original plans and specifications.
  6. Reads and interprets codes, drawings, specifications, operation manuals, and technical literature.
  7. Trains and evaluates work of maintenance personnel and helpers working on HVAC systems; ensuring personnel are properly trained and completing task satisfactorily.
  8. Secure local or state permits, as required by the “Authority Having Jurisdiction,” for all required in-house work.
  9. Communicate effectively with internal and external project participants, vendors, code officials, University administrators and stakeholders to make sure they are well-informed and that work proceeds on schedule and with minimal impact to University operations.
  10. Maintain professional behavior, appearance, and work ethic to represent the University in a positive manner at all times.
  11. Creates standard operating procedures and work instructions as requested.
  12. Maintains accurate records relating to all in-house work performed and prepares and submits reports regarding project status, material used, labor hours used, issue resolution, etc. Inputs data into the computerized maintenance management (work order) system.
  13. Initiates requisitions for tools, equipment, and materials for approved work and projects.
  14. Works within prescribed budget and maintains inventory of SHU owned tools, equipment, and materials.
  15. Determines priorities for assigned task and consults with other supervisors and/or building occupants on matters requiring coordination.
  16. Assist with reviewing HVAC and related portions of project documents for proposed construction and renovation projects on all SHU campuses. Assist vendors in locating HVAC distribution systems.
  17. Monitors in-house and vendor work to assure compliance with HVAC codes, SHU quality standards, and adherence to safety requirements; reports vendor work deficiencies through appropriate channels for correction; directs correction of in-house work deficiencies through workers. Consults with management to ensure work is completed in a timely and economical manner.
  18. Checks work order system daily and completes work orders in a timely manner.
  19. Assist with the install, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining of plumbing equipment/systems including, but not limited to, fixtures, fittings, valves, pipes, grease traps, flush valves, sinks, commodes, urinals, drinking fountains, water heaters, water softeners, photo processing equipment, domestic water heater pumps, backflow prevention devices, flush meters and water meters.
  20. Responsible for repair of heating plant equipment such as pumps, compressors, turbines, reducing stations, and heat exchangers.
  21. Responsible for preventative maintenance inspections and repairs at all campus facilities including, but not limited to, packaged roof top units, air handlers, mini-split systems, chillers, and steam and hot water heating systems.
  22. Responsible for preventive maintenance task on mechanical equipment such as changing filters on fan coil units, cleaning coils, adjusting tension or replacing belts, taking amp reading, replacing contactors, repacking and reseating valves, repacking pump seals, and greasing machinery. 
  23. Performs annual maintenance overhauls on boilers, including boiler firebox water drum, breeching and flue to clean off soot and deposits.
  24. Participates in an on-call rotation schedule; Respond to emergency calls as required; Evaluate situation and take corrective action.
  25. Assist with seasonal snow and ice removal; snow plowing and shoveling of drives, sidewalks, steps, and building entrances around all campus buildings and grounds.
  26. Participates in ongoing training and professional development sessions sponsored through SHU or to cover all aspects of the job.
  27. Assist other team members as needed.
  28. Supports the values of the University: diversity, teaching excellence, student success, innovation and creativity and service to the University
  29. Performs other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION, REQUIREMENTS, CERTIFICATES AND LICENSURES:

  1. Requires a high school diploma or GED and a minimum of at least six (6) years of supervised on-the-job experience performing commercial HVAC mechanical services and repair. Completion of a recognized HVAC apprenticeship program or an equivalent combination of education/experience and Mechanical Licensing.
  2. Successfully pass criminal background check (Required for hire).
  3. Valid driver’s license.
  4. Valid EPA Universal Refrigerant Certification.
  5. Valid Mechanical Contractor Licensures issued by Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Construction Codes, needed to perform in-house work for at least classification #2 or #5 below;
    1. Valid Mechanical License:
      • Classification #1: Hydronic & Cooling and Process Piping (includes the installation of residential boilers).
      • Classification #2: HVAC Equipment (include ductwork, gas piping and venting).
      • Classification #3: Ductwork.
      • Classification #5: Limited Heating Services.
      • Classification E, Specialty License: Fuel Gas Piping & Venting.
    2. Valid High Pressure Boiler Operator & Stationary Engineer License (A plus).
    3. Must maintain licensure and complete any continuing education required for certification (usually on new codes and regulations or energy efficiency).
  6. Knowledge of boiler operation, high pressure steam systems and related equipment.
  7. Broad technical knowledge of practices, principles, and techniques in the heating and cooling field. Familiarity with tools and equipment of the trade such as basic hand tools, amp meters, circuit tracers, voltmeters, and refrigeration gauges and testing equipment.
  8. The ability to understand plans, design specifications, and manufacturers’ instructions and recommendations to configure equipment and components, ensure their proper installation, and remedy issues.
  9. Analytical and problem solving skills to successfully resolve issues.  Uses interpersonal skills, thinks, reasons, and makes sound judgments to decide how duties and responsibilities are completed.
  10. Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to explain complex HVAC issues to co-workers in a way they understand.  Ability to take and provide detailed instruction. 
  11. Ability to communicate, interact and work effectively and cooperatively with all people including those from diverse ethnic and educational backgrounds.
  12. Willingness and ability to periodically work overtime hours, respond to emergency calls after hours/weekends, and participate on an emergency on-call rotation providing general maintenance duties for the campus.
  13. Ability to perform work in compliance with industry standards, best practices, and meeting all applicable local, state/MIOSHA, and federal statutes, guidelines and codes.
  14. Basic computer skills and competency with Microsoft Office and experience working with a computerized maintenance management system.
  15. Follow applicable departmental safety policies.
  16. Maintain tools, equipment, and a clean work area.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently required to sit, stand or walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, controls, or a keyboard; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is also required to climb or balance; push, pull or lift; bend; stoop, kneel, crouch, stretch or crawl; work in tiring and uncomfortable positions; talk or hear; taste or smell. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, texture perception, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and frequently lift and/or move up to 70 pounds. The employee must be able to; lift and/or move, with assistance, items weighing up to 150 pounds.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts; in high, precarious places; and in outside weather conditions and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The ability to work in elevated areas and confined spaces is required. The duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

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 division or the University in general.

SUPERVISED BY: AVP for Campus Facilities/Maintenance Supervisor.

SUPERVISES: Supervises maintenance technicians working on plumbing systems.

INTERACTS WITH: University staff, maintenance staff, faculty, students, and Vendors.

Siena Heights University is looking for experienced Apartment Maintenance/Custodial Technician to join our team in Adrian, MI.

SUMMARY:

As the Apartment Maintenance and Custodial technician, the person will be responsible for performing daily cleaning duties along with completing maintenance work request to maintain and repair physical structures of buildings and grounds.  The successful candidate will ensure the physical aspects of the property meet the university standards and applicable laws along with keeping our apartment community in a clean and orderly condition.

RESPONSIBLITIEIS:

  • The primary responsibilities of this position include completing apartment turnovers and servicing requests in a timely and courteous manner.
  • Perform daily cleaning of common areas and outside grounds.
  • Diagnose problems and make repairs in areas such as, but not limited to: HVAC, electrical, plumbing, painting, carpentry, dry walling, appliances, carpet cleaning and exterior structure.
  • Responds to resident service requests and concerns in a timely manner.
  • Perform grounds work which may include picking up trash, sweeping curb and dumpster areas, and maintaining landscaping beds and other areas.
  • Perform snow and ice removal, and respond to emergency on-call services as required.
  • Performs on-call emergency service as required.
  • Performs Preventative Maintenance
  • Performs lock changes and repairs
  • Monitors, request, and controls inventory of maintenance and cleaning supplies.
  • Work flexible hours and shift to accommodate needs of the residential community
  • Coordinate and direct activities of seasonal summer maintenance helpers assisting in apartment turnovers.
  • Assist in the coordination of outside contractor such as cleaners, carpet cleaners, flooring contractors, painters, etc.
  • Performs various maintenance duties necessary to maintain and enhance the value of the community.
  • Assists Facilities Management and Community Manager on special maintenance projects, (i.e., preventative maintenance of building components and/or mechanicals).
  • Works with Residence Life staff on the coordination of outside contractors for apartment cleaning, carpet cleaning and/or replacements, painting, and other needs.
  • Works as a team participant along with the maintenance staff to ensure the community meets the quality maintenance standards set by SHU.
  • Maintains open communication with property and facilities management.
  • Reports any maintenance concerns for repairs on apartments and/or common areas to the Maintenance Supervisor or appropriate management.
  • Records activity in maintenance work order system.
  • Delivers various communications to residents as needed.
  • Performs lifting up to 70 lbs. or more and ability to move furniture around as needed.
  • Drives motorized vehicle on or off property for SHU business.
  • Attends and participates in training as requested.
  • Assists other staff members as needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

This list of responsibilities is not intended to be an exhaustive listing of all the functions of the job, nor to limit SHU’s right to assign other functions to an employee in this position.

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent is required. Three to five years of verifiable hands-on general maintenance experience is preferred. Ability to use the necessary hand tools, equipment, and software required to perform the job, Hand tools normally used in construction, maintenance, and landscaping including, but not limited to; hedge trimmer, carpet shampoo machine, power drain cleaner, key machine, and all chemicals associated with maintenance, cleaning, and landscaping functions.

SUMMARY:

The Visit and Events Coordinator position in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), is responsible for scheduling and coordinating comprehensive campus visits for prospective students and their families, managing the Student Ambassador organization, and assisting with the development and implementation of high-impact admissions events.

Siena Heights University, founded in 1919 and sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters, is a private Catholic institution whose mission is to assist people to become more competent, purposeful, and ethical through a teaching and learning environment which respects the dignity of all.  The University uses the Dominican Shield of the International Order of Preachers to symbolize the unity of a body of people working together for the common good.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Receive and engage visitors to the Patricia A. Erickson Enrollment and Welcome Center on Siena’s Main Campus in Adrian, Michigan.  Manage the reception area front desk, answer the Office of Undergraduate Admissions’ main phone, and serve as the primary point of contact and information resource for internal and external customers.  Respond to campus visit requests made via phone, email, or the office’s Client Relationship Management (CRM) system.  Schedule visit appointments for prospective students with an admissions counselor and possibly a faculty member, visual or performing arts director, and/or athletic program coach; assign student tour guides; create personalized visit itineraries; make visit confirmation phone calls and send electronic visit details to prospective students and families in advance of scheduled visits; successfully manage each visit from a student’s arrival to departure from campus.  Program the Welcome Center’s electronic signboard in advance of daily visits, and forward scheduled visitor information to the University’s online Daily Announcements.  Work in tandem with admissions counselors and with coaches, directors, and other faculty to coordinate and facilitate individual and group visits to campus.  Work cooperatively with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions’ application coordinator.  Work with other offices to provide tours requested for new employees, job candidates, or guests of the president’s office.  Oversee the Student Ambassador program by interviewing and hiring new ambassadors, developing student work schedules each semester, managing and approving student timesheets, conducting regular training and semester-by-semester performance evaluations, and coordinating ambassadors’ recruiting efforts, including some targeted Phone-a-thons.  Lead the creation and implementation of in-person and virtual CAS Admissions events and the preparation of materials in advance of visit days, scholarship days, orientation days, and other special events.  Maintain electronic calendars and schedule appointments for the CAS Admissions’ team.  Cross-train with the office’s application coordinator to provide any needed backup or assistance.  Co-responsible with the application coordinator for ordering office supplies, as needed.  Demonstrate proficiency with the office’s CRM and University-wide computer systems.  Responsible for accurate data entry involving prospective student inquiry card information, electronic college fair inquiries, athletic recruitment forms, test score reports, etc., and supervision of accurate data entry assigned to student ambassadors.   Attend weekly CAS Admissions’ team meeting and a separate weekly meeting for the visit and events and application coordinators with the Director of Undergraduate Admissions.  Attend training sessions, as appropriate, and represent Siena Heights University within CIVSA (Collegiate Information & Visitor Services Association).  Assist with other Enrollment Services functions as assigned or as defined by supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:

This position requires a minimum of some college attendance, and previous administrative or office experience is preferred.  Candidates should be ready to work within a high-energy, high-expectation environment to support the work of the CAS Admissions team and the University in reaching strategic enrollment goals.  Appreciation for the importance of a Liberal Arts and Sciences education at a faith-based institution.  High-level written and verbal communication skills.  A warm, engaging, and effective phone presence.  Positive, service-oriented attitude.  Genuine enthusiasm for working with college-aged students and their families.  Ability to work in a team environment with changing work requirements and priorities.  Efficient and self-motivated.  Proficient and accurate with computer database programs and word processing.  Competent with computers, scanners, and printers.  Energy and a sense of humor.  Excellent organizational and planning skills.  Attention to detail.  Strong ability to multi-task in a pressure environment.  Ability to maintain confidentiality.  Must demonstrate strong leadership skills.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified candidates are invited to send their cover letter, 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 a full-time, benefit-eligible, non-exempt position.  Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. EOE

SUMMARY:

The Coordinator of Corporate and Foundation Relations will lead and implement the Grants and Foundation fund raising programs for Siena Heights University.  These programs will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward corporations, corporate foundations, and private foundations for major gifts to support the capital campaign, special projects, and the strategic goals and directions of Siena Heights University.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Prepare written grants and proposals and make oral presentations to foundations and other donor prospects as needed in order to solicit major gifts to the University’s capital campaign, special projects that enhance and support learning and provide staff support to the President, the Vice President for Advancement, and the volunteer leadership engaged in grants and foundation activities.
  2. Cultivate and to solicit foundations and grant prospects. This involves maintaining relationships with current donors and organizations and researching prospective donors and organizations. Frequent travel is involved.  Initiate and maintain internal contacts with faculty and staff in order to increase awareness of their needs and solicit grant support.
  3. Identify potential funding sources from federal, state and local government, private and corporate foundations that will enhance the University’s educational program offerings, physical plant, and overall operations.
  4. The position provides the expertise to advance the University’s interests by researching and identification sources of support, proactively seeking opportunities to generate new proposals based on corporate guidelines and interests, and by maintaining strong communication ties with corporate and foundation donors and prospects.
  5. Personally manage a donor prospects pool.
  6. Coordinate other programs/activities as needed and assigned, including annual athletics banner blitz.
  7. As part of Advancement team, participate in major activities and events.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Requires minimum of Bachelor’s degree (Masters preferred). Prefer two or more years of successful experience in grants and foundation fund raising in non-profit, preferably educational environment.
  2. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Must be able to conceptualize and write grants to support the strategic goals of the University.
  3. Must be able to use computerized word processing and email technology. Knowledge of alumni, development, and estate planning software systems and their applications is helpful.
  4. Requires a high degree of confidentiality. Requires excellent interpersonal skills and a professional appearance. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must be able to tolerate moderately changing temperature and humidity levels.
  2. Must be able to bend, lift, stoop and carry objects weighing not more than 10 lbs.
  3. Must be able and willing to travel frequently, including overnight stays. Must have a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.

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 division 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: Associate Vice President for Advancement & Alumni Relations

Interacts With: Other University administrators, faculty and staff, and a wide variety of alumni, corporate and non-corporate constituencies.

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:

The position of Program Coordinator for the Student Support Services program at Siena Heights University is primarily responsible for serving as a Success Coach/ Academic Advisor to student participants, coordinating and implementing the summer bridge program, recruiting, training, and managing student mentors, and organizing cultural programming activities. Candidates must also demonstrate an ability to relate to a diverse population of first-generation, low-income, and/or underrepresented students. Candidates must also be committed to the missions of SHU and TRIO. Candidates may have knowledge of leadership, event/program planning, and must have some administrative experience. The Program Coordinator is contracted at 12 months and funded 100 percent by the SSS program grant and reports to the Program Director.

The Program Coordinator for the Student Support Services program at Siena Heights University is primarily responsible for serving as a Success Coach to student participants, advising program participants, coordinating and implementing the summer bridge program, recruiting, training, and managing student mentors, and organizing cultural programming and monthly skill-building activities. The Program Coordinator may also work closely with the Professional Tutor to coordinate and implement tutoring services for student participants. The PC will be expected to maintain certain responsibilities and expectations, including the following:

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Coaching Student Participants through Academic and Life Circumstances: Following the Center for Student Success model, the Program Coordinator will maintain a caseload of 70-80 student participants to provide intrusive academic advising and success coaching through individual contact meetings. The Program Coordinator will maintain current and accurate reporting for student caseload using the Student Access and Navigate electronic databases to track contacts and program services.
  2. Developing and Facilitating the Freshman Transition Scholars Program (FTSP): The Program Coordinator will be responsible for developing, organizing, and implementing the Summer Scholars Program (SSP) a summer bridge program for up to 30 eligible incoming students. This includes securing on-campus housing and meals for 8-12 days during the summer, recruiting instructors for 3-5 courses, developing interactive programming and cultural events, and training the Peer Mentors, alongside other members of the SSS staff. The Program Coordinator will also work closely with the Assistant Director to create recruitment material, including informational brochures and pamphlets describing the program specifications and eligibility requirements. Additionally, the PC will be responsible for hiring necessary peer mentors every winter of each academic year, and ensuring that the overall Summer Scholars Program requirements, guidelines, goals, and outcomes are being met.
  3. Managing and Supervising Student Personnel: The Program Coordinator is responsible for the hiring, training and evaluation of SSS Peer Mentors. The PC will hold regularly scheduled meetings to discuss the mentor project goals, outcomes, and evaluations, in order to ensure that student staff are in compliance with the policies, procedures, objectives, and goals of the SSS program. The PC will conduct regular evaluations at least once per year, focusing on the expectations, effectiveness, and performance of the peer mentor positions. The PC is also co-responsible for the hiring, onboarding and evaluation of the Lead Peer Mentor.
  4. Organizing and Implementing Cultural Programming Activities: The Program Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating, coordinating, and working with SSS staff members to develop 5-6 cultural programming events and activities annually for SSS participants throughout the academic year. Cultural events are designed as personal emersion and enrichment services and activities to provide student connections and building relationships. Cultural events will occur up to three times each semester and include theater performances, concerts, museums, and other off-campus events.
  5. Other duties within the scope of the division’s responsibilities as defined by the supervisor.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Earned Bachelor’s degree or at least 60 hours of college coursework in social work, education, or comparable field is required; Master’s degree preferred. Knowledge of leadership, event/program planning is strongly recommended and must have some administrative experience.
  2. Coordinator must be able to demonstration the ability to related to a diverse population of first-generation, low-income, and/or underrepresented students, some of whom may have documented disabilities.
  3. Coordinator must be committed to the mission of Siena Heights University and TRIO.
  4. Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Must have excellent written and verbal skills.
  5. Must be able to prioritize multiple tasks. Must be able to meet deadlines and compete work with accuracy. Must be able to identify and safeguard confidential information.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be dependable in reporting for work as scheduled, including some evening and weekend hours.
  • Must be able to tolerate moderately changing temperature and humidity levels.
  • Must be able to communicate clearly in person, via telephone and electronically.
  • Must be able to use office machines such as a computer, multi-line telephone, and copier.
  • Must be able to bend, lift, stoop and carry objects weighing not more than 20 lbs.

SUPERVISED BY: Director of Student Support Services.
SUPERVISES: Student mentors.
INTERACTS WITH: Students, faculty, staff, parents, prospective students and their parents, and other external contacts.

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 Support Services 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.

SUMMARY:

Responsible for cleaning, sanitation, and minor repairs to areas of responsibility, on the Adrian campus of Siena Heights University.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Clean and sanitize restrooms/bathrooms using established practices and procedures. Clean, dust, and wipe furniture, sweep, mop or vacuum floors, empty/clean wastebaskets and trash containers, replace light bulbs, and refill restroom dispensers. Assist with the setup of facilities for meetings, classrooms, conferences, events, etc. Strip, clean, buff and apply floor sealer and floor finish to hard surface floors, vacuum and shampoo carpets. Use and maintain assigned power equipment and hand tools, buffers, auto scrubbers, extractors, high pressure washers, high speed buffer and vacuums, brooms, mops, and squeegees for the cleaning and general maintenance of floors, walls, carpets, and furniture. Wash walls and equipment, use ladders when required in areas of responsibility. Follow instructions regarding the use of chemicals and supplies.  Perform cleaning and related activities such as removing snow or debris from sidewalks using hand operated tools or small power equipment. Move furniture, equipment, supplies and tools on an incidental basis. Wash accessible interior and exterior windows.  Clean blinds.  Launder cleaning rags and dust mops. Have essential physical and mental capabilities in the following:  interpersonal skills, memory, and attention to detail, following directions both verbal and written, comprehension, calculating, reading, writing, speaking, evaluating, mathematics, organizing and innovation. Attend to emergencies when necessary. Attend safety meetings and other related meetings. Take classes as required in cleaning methods and techniques, new products, First Aid, CPR, AED, and working relationships when applicable. Handle recycling materials. Follow procedures for work orders in a prompt and efficient manner. Assist in the instruction and supervision of student and/or community service workers. Assist with inventory control. Safely operate all vehicles and other job-related equipment. Support and enforce all policies, university and governmental such as OSHA/MIOSHA rules. Perform related duties as required. Work overtime when necessary.

REQUIREMENTS:

Preferred High School Graduate or GED certificate.  Having at least 2 years of custodial or professional cleaning experience. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with team members, staff, and students. Must be able to meet the essential functions of the job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Daily function requires regular standing, walking, handling objects, tools, or controls, reaching with hands and arms, talking, and hearing.  Frequently required climbing or balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling. Employees must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and frequently lift and/or move up to 70 pounds. 

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 full-time, benefit eligible non-exempt. Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. EOE

SUMMARY:

Siena Heights University is currently looking for a talented Content Writer to assist our Marketing and Communications team. The ideal candidate will have excellent writing and grammar skills, be a talented problem solver, and must be self-directed.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

As our Content Writer you will be expected to bring a high level of organization and communication across multiple work streams, so this is also a people-person role. Several of the key tasks this role will be responsible for include:

1. Write engaging copy for a variety of platforms including press releases, feature stories for our Alumni publication Reflections, social media posts, blogs, web sites, video scripts, marketing emails, internal and external communications, and other marketing materials.

2. Create content and copy that is consistent with our brand voice, tone, and imagery.

3. Use SEO best practices to optimize web content.

4. Update and revamp website content as needed.

5. Proofread and edit content before publishing.

6. Support management in creating communications for internal and external uses.

7. Other duties within scope of department responsibilities as defined by supervisors.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

1. Bachelor’s degree in marketing/digital marketing, communications, or relevant field. Two or more years professional admissions/enrollment experience preferred.

2. High level of proficiency with constituent relations management (CRM) systems a must. Experience with web content management systems (CMS) a plus.

3. Solid understanding of design industry standards and enrollment and admissions practices and trends, as well as data reporting and analysis.

4. Strong time management, interpersonal and organizational skills, as well as superior communication and presentation skills.

5. Dependable Attendance.

6. Ability and willingness to expand technical skills and knowledge of the higher education enrollment and admissions process

7. Self-motivated

8. Friendly and easy-going, comfortable in a casual office environment

9. Organized and task-oriented

10. Responsive and clear communications style

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

1. Primarily sedentary job with occasional visits to other campus offices and buildings.

2. Eyesight sufficient for daily to hourly use of computer keyboard and screen; daily to hourly reading of computer reports and printouts and transcripts.

3. Ability to lift and move materials and supplies occasionally that weigh 10 pounds or less.

4. Must be able to tolerate moderately changing temperature and humidity levels.

DISCLAIMER: There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services from the Registrar’s Office, 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: Associate Director of Marketing

SUPERVISES: None

INTERACTS WITH: University faculty, staff, students and their parents, other campus offices, state and federal offices when deemed necessary.

SUMMARY:

The Enrollment Communications Manager assists in the technical implementation of student search, system communication plans, and PURL development and maintenance developed by Siena Heights University for the Enrollment Management Division. It will also serve as the coordinating point for all brand and direct marketing collateral and outreach messaging. The manager will possess experience working with higher education-specific CRMs, technical skills in database management, and product marketing.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. The Enrollment Communications Manager would assist in the technical implementation of student search, system communications plans and PURL development and maintenance developed by Siena Heights University for the Enrollment Management Division.

2. Inquiry and applicant management, including gathering data from multiple sources to develop data models and reports that support the needs of the University in setting enrollment priorities assisting in the maintenance of the institutional student recruitment database, and managing relevant marketing collateral.

3. Serve as University liaison with the CRM vendor, which includes working on developing and executing communication campaigns based on University enrollment priorities and the institutional student information database.

4. Coordination/development of marketing assets/content and aid in marketing strategy.

5. Works closely with IT technical staff to maintain student systems, facilitate upgrades, and act as the liaison between the end-user and technical support group.

6. Works with various University offices and departments to initiate or support cross-functional projects that impact the student experience and recruitment.

7. Other duties within scope of department responsibilities as defined by supervisors.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

1. Bachelor’s degree in marketing/digital marketing, communications, or relevant field. Two or more years professional admissions/enrollment experience preferred.

2. High level of proficiency with constituent relations management (CRM) systems a must. Experience with web content management systems (CMS) a plus.

3. Solid understanding of design industry standards and enrollment and admissions practices and trends, as well as data reporting and analysis.

4. Strong time management, interpersonal and organizational skills, as well as superior communication and presentation skills.

5. Dependable Attendance.

6. Ability and willingness to expand technical skills and knowledge of the higher education enrollment and admissions process

7. Self-motivated

8. Friendly and easy-going, comfortable in a casual office environment

9. Organized and task-oriented

10. Responsive and clear communications style

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

1. Primarily sedentary job with occasional visits to other campus offices and buildings.

2. Eyesight sufficient for daily to hourly use of computer keyboard and screen; daily to hourly reading of computer reports and printouts and transcripts.

3. Ability to lift and move materials and supplies occasionally that weigh 10 pounds or less.

4. Must be able to tolerate moderately changing temperature and humidity levels.

DISCLAIMER: There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services from the Registrar’s Office, 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: Director for Marketing and Communications.

SUPERVISES: None

INTERACTS WITH: University faculty, staff, students and their parents, other campus offices, state and federal offices when deemed necessary.

SUMMARY:

Siena Heights University, an Adrian Dominican Catholic institution, is seeking applicants for a continuing position of Assistant Professor of Business Management beginning in January 2023. Responsibilities include teaching 12 semester hours of business and management courses at all undergraduate levels, advising undergraduate students, and encouraging participation in university activities. This position offers a special opportunity to interact with a diverse student population, many of whom are the first in their families to go to college, in an institution where faculty are known for their concern and support of students.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsibilities include teaching 12 semester hours of business and management per semester at all undergraduate levels (not an online teaching position), mentoring undergraduate students, and encouraging participation in university activities. Preference will be given to a candidate with strong quantitative and analytical skills, and the willingness to teach at least the following courses: management principles, human resource management, introduction to business and marketing research.

 

Advise business and management students about the academic requirements of the program; their academic plans and schedules, course selections, and semester registration. Monitor business and management students GPA eligibility requirements for the program.

REQUIREMENTS:

Requires a post graduate degree in business or management or a MBA with college teaching experience. The successful candidate will have demonstrated teaching excellence at the college level and desire to work in a liberal arts setting. Visa sponsorship is not available.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified applicants are invited to send a cover letter, Curriculum Vita including courses taught, transcript for highest degree earned, sample syllabus, and two letters of recommendation 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 in September 2022 and continue until the position is filled. EOE

SUMMARY:

Siena Heights University, an Adrian Dominican Catholic institution, is seeking applicants for a full-time faculty member to teach within its Correction Education Program beginning in August 2022.  Responsibilities include teaching 10 courses of business-related courses at all undergraduate levels, program coordination responsibilities, committee responsibilities, and participation in university activities. This position offers a special opportunity to interact with a diverse population of incarcerated students, many of whom are the first in their families to attend college, with an institution where faculty and staff provide ongoing support for students. The successful candidate will intentionally work to fulfill the University’s mission by helping students become more competent, purposeful, and ethical, in a teaching and learning environment that respects the dignity of all.    

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsibilities include teaching 10 undergraduate courses on a ten-month contract, year-round program coordination responsibilities, committee responsibilities, and regular participation in university activities. Online courses may also be taught under the contract, as needs require and approved by the dean. 

The successful candidate will serve as faculty coordinator of the SHU Global business programs, assisting adjunct faculty and advisors with advising questions, curriculum and transfer credits, teaching, and advising improvement.  The coordinator role requires occasional travel to, and frequent remote work with, staff at eight SHU learning centers across Michigan; Michigan Department of Corrections staff, establish collaborative relationships with faculty in the Graduate College and the College of Arts and Sciences; and interdisciplinary collaboration with SHU Global faculty and administration. Regular report development and use of data is required to make informed decisions is required. Identify and cultivate new markets related to correction education and other relevant markets.

REQUIREMENTS:

Requires a master’s degree in a business related field, doctorate preferred.  The successful candidate will have demonstrated teaching excellence at the college level, preferably with under-served student populations such as incarcerated students. Must have a desire to work in a liberal arts university setting with a correctional facility. The successful candidate will possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills. She or he must be fluent in the use of the internet, computers, and software (e.g., browsers, MS Office suite of programs, and learning management systems such as Canvas, or Blackboard).  Must have reliable high-speed internet access and transportation. Must meet all security and background check requirements and be able to complete all required MDOC training. Visa sponsorship is not available.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified candidates are invited to send their cover letter, Curriculum Vita including courses taught, transcript for highest degree earned, sample syllabus, two 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

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 as defined by rank. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Assists other Public Safety staff on duty, by supervising daily work details, advising, counseling, training, and relaying information from the Chief’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 Chief 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 Chief in policy and procedure enforcement, advising the Chief 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 Chief 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 degree in related field preferred.
  2. Must pass criminal background check. Must possess a valid driver’s license with no major infractions in driving history.
  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 Chief delegate
SUPERVISES:  N/A
INTERACTS WITH: University faculty, staff, students and their parents, other campus offices, and the public.

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.

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
Supervises: N/A
Interacts with: Students, faculty, staff, and outside customers.

SUMMARY:

The Registrar Officer is a team member of the Division of Enrollment Management in the Office of the Registrar. The Registrar Officer is expected to illustrate proficiency in multiple responsibilities, solve complex problems, maintain accurate university data and provide excellent customer service while complying with all governmental and accrediting regulations and standards.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Collects, maintains, and manages all student data required for the University’s data management system.
  2. Works with students and advisor to correctly register students in appropriate classes.
  3. Ensure course informationis correctly represented Inthe student Information system and other course management systems.
  4. Registration of Honor/SSS students each semester.
  5. Participate with office responsibilities related to graduation and commencement activities.
  6. Collaborates and assists academic departments in scheduling of classes, cancelling of scheduled classes and classroom assignments, including maintaining the room assignments in the University’s event management system.
  7. Reports enrollment information for the university’s veteran benefit eligible students to the
    Veterans’ Administration and State Authorizing Agency. Reports other student information as
    requested by veteran agencies.
  8. Responsible for National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) reporting.
  9. Assist with the posting of transfer credit, maintains the accuracy of credit hours posted to the
    academic record, and communicates and coordinates the return of evaluated transcripts to the appropriate site.
  10. Computer generated degree audit maintenance/corrections.
  11. This position is institutionally authorized to accept financial aid documents and verify information.
  12. Assists students with LA degree audit reviews.
  13. Monitors and assists with follow-up concerning students who have been reported as never attended/stopped attending in coordination with Academic Advising.
  14. Represents the Office of the Registrar on University Standing Committees as needed.
  15. Other duties within scope of department responsibilities as defined by supervisors.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Requires Associates degree and minimum three year experience in a multl-task office environment; 1-3 years related administrative experience in higher education setting preferred.
  2. Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Applications; experience with an integrated student data system, Jenzabar ex system preferred.
  3. Ability to maintain confldentlallty of student academic and financial records in relation to Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) and all other federal and state compliance guidelines.
  4. Ability to organize records and resources effectively, to make educated decisions based on information provided and to be self-motivated.
  5. Must be able to interact effectively with a variety of others, sometimes under the pressures of deadlines or other constraints.
  6. Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Primarily sedentary job with occasional visits to other campus offices and buildings.
  2. Eyesight sufficient for daily to hourly use of computer keyboard and screen; daily to hourly reading of computer reports and printouts and transcripts.
  3. Ability to lift and move materials and supplies occasionally that weigh 10 pounds or less.
  4. Must be able to tolerate moderately changing temperature and humidity levels.
  5. Dependable Attendance .

DISCLAIMER:

There may be additional duties required from time to time to ensure the delivery of services from the Registrar’s Office, 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: Registrar
SUPERVISES: None
INTERACTS WITH: University faculty, staff, students and their parents, other campus offices, state and federal offices when deemed necessary.

SUMMARY:

Siena Heights University’s Nursing Department is seeking adjunct faculty to teach clinical nursing courses (off site) for the prelicensure baccalaureate nursing program beginning the week of August 29th. Current needs are in the specialty areas of Obstetrics, Pediatrics and Medical-Surgical nursing. The program will also be accepting applications for Mental Health positions beginning in January of 2023.

Clinical sites vary by semester but included Promedica Monroe, Promedica Hickman (Adrian), Promedica Toledo Ebeid Children’s Hospital, Henry Ford Allegiance (Jackson), St. Joe Ann Arbor and St. Joe Chelsea. Clinical practicum hours vary by course.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Primary responsibilities for adjunct clinical nursing faculty include teaching and evaluating students in clinical, including planning and coordinating daily learning experiences that individualize both student and patient needs.

Expectations include:

  • Completing program specific health requirements.
  • Completing clinical agency orientation.
  • Maintaining current knowledge related to agency/clinical policies, procedures, and expectations with the assistance of the agency/clinical personnel.
  • Planning clinical experiences for and provides direct supervision and evaluation of nursing students delivering nursing care to an individual or group of individuals.
  • Evaluating and providing timely documented feedback to student on level of performance based on course objectives.
  • Correcting and returning clinical assignments/paperwork in a timely manner.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum of master’s degree in Nursing from a regionally accredited college or university.
  • An unencumbered Michigan or Ohio nursing license.
  • Prior clinical teaching experience preferred.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent listening and interpersonal skills
  • Minimum of at least three years professional clinical practice experience within last five years in clinical specialty area.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Qualified candidates are invited to send their cover letter, Curriculum Vita, a copy of their current nursing license 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 positions are filled. EOE.

 

SUMMARY:

Siena Heights University (NAIA) invites applications for one position of Graduate Assistant Coach for Softball.

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 “Softball Graduate Assistant Coach” in the subject of the email to Head Coach Laura Klutsarits at lklutsar@sienaheights.edu

 

 

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 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:

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.

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:
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.