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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT::
Ready Supplier and Economic Gardening (RSEG) Assistant Consultant Louisiana Small Business Development Center (5528)

DEPARTMENT:
The President’s Office/Louisiana Small Business Development Center

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The RSEG Assistant Consultant reports to the State Office, although supervision and mentorship will be provided by the RSEG Senior Consultant,  and is responsible for referring next-level companies to LED as well as providing small business counseling, training, and information services to owners (and staffs) of well-functioning businesses in accordance with the guidelines and policies of the LSBDC. In carrying out the responsibilities of this position, the Consultant follows a five-phase approach when engaged with a business owner (covering exploration, vision, obstacles, knowledge, and execution). The consultant initially conducts a business Ready Supplier assessment, touching on the six (6) specific areas of company operations, to determine a direction for success for the small business. If Economic Gardening appears to be a good fit, then the company is referred to the program. If not a good fit, the RSEG Asst. Consultant will address the details for the most appropriate support direction for the client.  In addition to direct client assistance, the Consultant participates in organizational activities to market LSBDC services, and works in conjunction with others to implement revised program activities based on the LSBDC mission and strategic plan.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
The Consultant works directly with LSBDC clients to:

            a. Provide management assistance, technical advice, and problem-solving guidance

            b. Assist with business operations planning, growth strategy, and financial analysis toward growth

            c. Answer questions and requests for information

            d. Provide research to assist clients in finding effective data,  reference materials, or industry reports

            e. Refer clients to other resources when appropriate.

The Consultant will be responsible for community outreach to build awareness of LSBDC services among businesses, lending officers, and the economic development community in North Louisiana. Supervision of this position, along with mentoring, will be provided by the State RSEG Senior Consultant.  

The Consultant maintains and documents client records and related work activities in a manner consistent with program guidelines. The Consultant assists LSBDC in sustaining support of its activities and communicating its successes by providing narrative reports on activities and accomplishments for inclusion in progress or other special reports to the public, sponsoring agencies, host institutions, and other stakeholders. Counseling may be provided on any LSBDC site or at the client’s location as required. Travel will be necessary. The Consultant will be required to meet specific performance goals, to be set each year, according to LSBDC, SBA, and LED requirements and guidelines.

Required Qualifications:

            a.   Bachelor’s degree with significant course work in business and finance

            b.   3 to 5 years of experience with business planning, sales and marketing of products or services

            c.   Strong financial skills as demonstrated through financial management and/or loan packaging

            d.   Computer software proficiency with MS Office as well as sales/marketing/financial software

            e.   Excellent oral and written and social media communication skills

            f.    Dependable means of transportation and the ability to travel extensively for on-site client sessions     

Preferred Qualifications:
Include Master of Business Administration degree, 4 to 6 years of experience as a successful small business owner/operator, experience preparing loan proposals for financial institutions, experience in sales/marketing and market research, conducting Ready Supplier-type assessments, and/or experience working with programs designed to assist small businesses at the federal, state, and local levels.

Other Functions and General Expectations:
Other functions of the Consultant involve developing and expanding cooperative working relationships with public and private entities, and promoting positive public awareness of the program and its services. The Consultant will represent the LSBDC to community groups, private sector partners, co-sponsors and similar entities.

The Consultant will be required to maintain and enhance counseling capabilities and technical knowledge through ongoing professional development and national certification programs, personal study and other activities that expand his/her skill set.

SALARY:
Commensurate with experience

CLOSING DATE:
Review of applications will begin on May 15, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled.

APPLICATIONS:
Email and/or send a letter and resume to:

rkessler@lsbdc.org

OR

Louisiana Small Business Development Center, Attn: Rande Kessler
The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Ave, Stubbs 217,
Monroe, LA 71209

Telephone: (318) 342-5506

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Coordinator of Student Development (5529)

DEPARTMENT:
Student Life and Leadership

Supervises:
ULM student organizations

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop, combine, and present diverse educational programs for the Campus Activities Board, SGA, and other student organizations upon request.  Such programs include alcohol education, member education, leadership development, community relations, multicultural activities and diversity training.
  • Supervise and advise program development from inception until post-event evaluation for assigned groups.  Specifically:  Miss ULM, Spring Fever Convocation, Leadership Development Programs, Speaker Services, Homecoming Activities
  • Administratively adjudicate and dispose of both individual and student organization violations of University policy and/or student organization regulations.
  • Monitor groups’ compliance with their constitution and University rules and regulations.
  • Coordinate, develop, maintain, and attend the programs if assigned groups.
  • Promote the programs assigned groups by collaborating with other Student Organizations, university departments, and community agencies.
  • Provide opportunities that will allow the students to participate in meaningful non-academic educational and leadership experiences.
  • Monitor academic status of students in assigned groups per semester.
  • Work to improve program continuity and group processes with assigned groups.
  • Negotiate program contracts when appropriate. (i.e. Fall and Spring Concerts, as well as speakers, novelty acts, and special events).
  • Promote all upcoming events. (Work with advertisement agencies)
  • Provide leadership and guidance at conferences and special events.
  • Maintain records of programs and participation for annual report.
  • Travel with RSO groups and spirit groups as needed.
  • Perform other administrative and program duties as assigned by the Assistant Director of Student Life andLeadership.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
  • Provide a weekly schedule and calendar to the Office of Student Life with all scheduled activities, attendance and description.
  • Serve on various university committees as required.
  • Attend all Student Life staff meetings as directed.  Establish a weekly documented Meeting with the Director of Student Life and Leadership.
  • Draft, compile, and create publications, brochures, and manuals that are related to Student Activities.                                                                
  • Promote teamwork within the Division of Student Affairs through leadership not individuality.
  • Assist the Director of Student Life and Leadership with programming functions to enhance student satisfaction.
  • Assist and participate in student recruitment programs and retention plan initiatives to maximize student enrollment and satisfaction with the University.
  • Perform other administrative and program duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean and Director of Student Life & Leadership.
  • Develop a budget with the Director of Student Life and Leadership that will communicate specific dollar usage (i.e. – Concerts $100,000.00) sound, stage, lights, etc.)
  • Create and implement a comprehensive evaluation tool for all CAB activities.
  • Supervise the processes of Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) including event requests, posting policies, customer service, etc. through the application of an online database.
  • Program contests/events to support attendance and spirit at Athletic events.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in student personnel administration or related field (Master’s Degree preferred). 
  • A working knowledge of student development and motivational techniques.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills. 
  • This position requires weekend and evening work.

SALARY:
Commensurate with experience

CLOSING DATE:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

APPLICATIONS:
Qualified applicants should send letter of application, resume, official transcript, and three current job specific letters of recommendation from references who may be contacted to:

Laura Jennings, Director
Office of Student Life and Leadership
The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Ave.
Student Center 258
Monroe, LA 71209

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Assistant Director of Career Connections (5526)

DEPARTMENT:
Career Connections

Job Description Summary:
The Assistant Director’s primary responsibilities are meeting with ULM students and alumni about career-related topics such as career/major exploration, gaining experience, and the job or Internship search process; doing class presentations on career-related topics; assisting with and managing job and career fairs; and managing online career center management systems.

The Assistant Director will also develop and maintain relationships with employers and organizations that can provide student employment, career and experiential learning opportunities for the University of Louisiana at Monroe students and alumni.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide an understanding of career services functions and services. Maintain appointments to assist students with career exploration, internship and job search, resume writing, and interviewing assistance.
  • Assist in implementation of annual large scale career events, including career fairs, career events, and graduation prep workshops.
  • Present workshops on topics such as career exploration, resume writing, and job search skills.
  • Prepare and present material on various career-related topics, including exploring majors/careers, resume building, and job search skills to classes and groups across the university.
  • Collaborate with departments to promote internships by presenting to internship courses or assisting with internship placements.
  • Establish partnerships with ULM academic departments and faculty in linking students to internships and jobs.
  • Track internship and full-time degree and non-degree employment opportunities for students off campus.
  • Promote and market recruitment programs to employers, students, alumni and faculty.
  • Develop relationships with local, regional, and national employers to further employment opportunities offered to ULM students/alumni and employer participation in career-related events.
  • Use and maintain technology applications within the department, including, but not limited to web-based products and services, employer and student online services i.e., Banner, Focus 2, Interview Stream, Facebook, LinkedIn, and blogs to connect students to alumni and job seekers to employers.
  • Assist the director in collecting, tracking and producing reports that analyze ULM job recruitment activities, career employment reports, academic areas represented in placements, annual reports, SACS, Grad Act and WISE Fund.
  • Participate in university-wide events such as Browse on the Bayou, PREP/POP, Grad Finale, etc.
  • Coordinate annual Veteran’s Appreciation Ceremony for faculty, staff and students who currently are serving or have served in the military. 
  • Assist the director in the supervision of Graduate Assistants and student work force in the office. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.
  •  Have at least two years of work experience in higher education, career services, or in a recruitment or employment area.
  • Possess strong oral and written communication skills. Able to work collaboratively with faculty, staff, alumni, employers, and students to meet the goals and objectives of the department.
  • Able to analyze and interpret data to write reports on placement of graduates in jobs and/or graduate schools.
  • Able to work independently and accomplish goals in a timely manner.
  • Hold a student-centered philosophy in teaching career exploration and job strategies is required.
  • Knowledge of career assessments, including the Focus2 Online Career and Education Planning System and Interview Stream.
  • Demonstrate the steps in the development of programming on a college campus.
  • Skills in developing, implementing and assessing programs and events.
  • Able to use a career planning processes, teach job search strategies, and discuss labor market trends.
  • Professionalism and strong presentation skills to groups are vital components of the position.
  • Able to travel as necessary in order to meet with employers.
  • Able to use computer programs, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel
  • Physical ability to do essential functions with or without accommodations. Moderate strength and mobility to assist in physical setups for career fairs. Ability to lift 10 lbs (employer information and move tables for setup)

SALARY:
Commensurate with education and experience.  Employment is contingent upon completion of a successful background check.

Applications:  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled. Qualified applicants should send a letter of application, resume, three current job-specific letters of recommendation from references who may be contacted and all official education transcripts to:

Roslynn Pogue, Director
Career Connections
University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209

E-mail:  pogue@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Creative Director (5523)                                                                            

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The University of Louisiana at Monroe invites candidates for the Creative Director position:

  • Develop and oversee the strategic visual identity for the university used throughout all mediums
  • Collaborate with key representatives both internally and externally to identify key messages to be conveyed consistently within the university
  • Create and enforce guidelines, policies and procedures aimed at ensuring consistency with the use of the visual use of ULM’s brand
  • Coordinate and assist with the development of print collateral materials
  • Develop and implement project time lines
  • Create visual and written advertisement/promotional content for web and print mediums
  • Serve as a key member of the marketing committee, as well as the primary marketing team

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
The Creative Director must possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with an emphasis in graphic design. The candidate must possess 2-4 years of experience in advertising and marketing, brand development, advertising campaigns, project oversight and commercial photography.  The candidate should provide personal work portfolio. Additionally, the applicant should have strong communication ability, proficiency in modern computer skills, strong organizational abilities, and the ability to work in a group/team environment.

ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT: The Office of Public Information is responsible for marketing and communicating the university’s message through media relations, publications, graphic design, marketing services, digital and social media and the ULM website.

SALARY: 
Dependent on qualifications and experience.

STARTING DATE:   
As Soon As Possible

APPLICATIONS: 
Candidate review will begin immediately. Applications should send a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three references to:

University of Louisiana at Monroe
Office of Executive Vice President
Lisa Miller, Assistant Vice President for Marketing, Recruitment, and Community Engagement
University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA  71209

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 
Preference will be given to applications submitted by April 6, 2015. However, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Academic Advisor (5522)
Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center

POSITION SUMMARY:
Serve as an Academic Advisor to general studies, undeclared, pre-pharmacy, and all pre-professional Health Sciences majors in the Student Success Center, which offers support services to ULM students. For students that have declared an academic major, the focus will be on early intervention and strengthening academic and/or college survival skills. Career planning will be offered as needed.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Provides academic advising, including analysis and integration, for new and continuing college students, collegiate students, specifically, for general studies, undeclared, pre-pharmacy majors, and all pre-professional Health Sciences majors.
2. Provides academic advising assistance for majors other than those stated above to all colleges across campus. This assistance may be pre-advising sessions, training to faculty advisors, materials development and creation, as needed.
3. Provides career planning, helping students make decisions on college majors and career opportunities. Collaborates with Career Connections and refers students to career information.
4. Makes students aware of campus and community resources. Resolves problems related to curriculum, course prerequisites, and eligibility by referring to catalogues and other appropriate resource material.
5. Evaluates transfer credits and applicability of academic credit to program requirements.
6. Collaborates as a team member on development, coordination, and implementation of student retention initiatives, workshops, and other related programs.
7. Remains up-to-date regarding university policies, procedures, and student requirements; includes familiarity with student handbooks, ULM catalogs, degree requirements, drop/adds, financial aid, etc.
8. Collects data and participates in assessment of services. Creates reports and maintains student files. Uses technology to enhance delivery of service to students.
9. Attends staff meetings and training sessions, and maintains currency in profession. Participates on college committees as needed.
10. Assists in the development and implementation of Student Success Center materials.
11. May supervise undergraduate and graduate student employees; may participate in training and evaluative sessions and recommend methods to improve performance.
12. Plays an instrumental role in the processing, support services, and referrals related to the Beginning Freshmen Initiative and other retention programs.
13. Prepares for and teaches the University Seminar (UNIV 1001 & 1010) each fall and spring semester; prepares and teaches other university classes in appropriate content areas as directed.
14. Works with target students like scholarship recipients, emerging scholars, non-traditional students, and other groups as needed.
15. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Master’s degree related to the duties and responsibilities specified.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Ability to evaluate student transcripts and/or records.
  • Knowledge of student retention issues and the ULM Retention Plan.
  • Ability to analyze program requirements, university requirements, and/or curriculum/graduation requirements.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Skill in records management.
  • Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.
  • Knowledge of organizational structure, workflow, and operating procedures.
  • Ability to analyze and solve problems.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Ability to multi-task, to organize, to develop, to coordinate, and to implement.

APPLICATIONS:
Review of applications will begin on March 19, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled.  Send letter, resumé, and three letters of recommendation to:

Barbara Michaelides, Director of Retention
Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center
University of Louisiana
700 University Ave.
Monroe, LA 71209-1196

or electronic submission of materials to:
pate@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Special Projects Officer and Title IX Coordinator (5518)

REPORTING LINE
The Special Projects Officer and Title IX Coordinator position reports to the President of the University of Louisiana at Monroe (“President”), and is an at-will, professional staff, unclassified, and exempt position.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Job Functions of the Special Projects Officer

  • Develop, implement, and monitor corrective action / compliance  plans (including applicable policies/procedures, business processing manuals, etc.) in response to internal and external audit reports, and regulatory findings in consultation with legal counsel; and regularly report on the status of corrective action and compliance efforts to University management
  • Assist in drafting new policies and procedures, and regularly reviewing and updating existing University policies and procedures in consultation with legal counsel
  • Coordinate and implement new policy and procedure initiatives, as assigned by the President
  • Coordinate the President’s Annual Supervisor Training program
  • Assist in coordinating and maintaining an inspiring New Employee Orientation program
  • Coordinate the mandatory ethics training program for ULM employees
  • Manage the ULM Policies Database including developing and implementing a policies-on-policies for the effective creation, revision, and dissemination of policies
  • Develop and maintain a policy matrix to link departmental and university-wide policies
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the President

 Essential Job Functions of the Title IX Coordinator

  • Direct an institutional comprehensive compliance program by assessing institutional Title IX compliance, developing initiatives, delivering education and training offerings, and coordinating awareness of gender equity and sex discrimination across the university
  • Coordinate a university-wide collaborative effort to ensure prompt and equitable responses to reports of sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual violence, and other sexual misconduct
  • Oversee complaint and investigation processes for complaints of sexual assault, sexual violence, sexual harassment, sex/gender discrimination, and other sexual misconduct. The individual will work collaboratively with Human Resources, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, ULM Police Department to ensure complaints are reviewed in accordance with Title IX standards including but not limited to those around managing interim measures and assurances of safety for the impacted student, employee, and/or visitor. Investigation duties will include, but not limited to: develop an investigation plan, analyze complaint to identify allegations, interview complainant and respondents, identify and interview witnesses, identify and collect relevant documentation, appropriately document interviews and other investigation findings, analyze information gleaned from investigation to determine findings, and report detailed written analysis and findings
  • Identify areas of institutional risk and exposure related to Title IX compliance and make recommendations to University management to address identified areas of risk in consultation with ULM’s Internal Counsel
  • Create and implement a Title IX compliance plan in collaboration with key stakeholders on and off campus. The individual will stay abreast of current and emerging regulatory obligations and develop plans of action for remaining in compliance with federal Title IX laws and regulations, and state and UL System mandates relating to sexual misconduct
  • Review and ensure University policies, regulations, and standard operating practices are in compliance with Title IX and related federal and state guidance
  • Monitor the campus climate through surveys, focus groups, and other assessment efforts to identify opportunities for improvement in the University's Title IX programs and services
  • Prepare annual reports on sexual misconduct complaints, identify trends/patterns, and make recommendations as appropriate
  • Lead and design educational awareness programs to prevent and address the effects of sexual misconduct, including prevention and bystander programs for faculty, staff, and students. He or she will deliver and/or coordinate training sessions about sexual violence and educational offerings about other gender-equity topics
  • Serve as a liaison to standing and ad-hoc committees on matters pertaining to sex discrimination
  • Chair the University’s Sexual Misconduct Task Force and represent the University on Title IX-related local, UL System and/ or state level committees/ task forces

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
Minimum qualifications

  • Master’s degree with a minimum of five years’ experience in policy drafting/management, and responsibility for Title IX compliance or closely related experience; or other advanced degree (J.D., Ph.D., etc.) and three years of such related experience. All degrees shall be from appropriately accredited institutions
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to interpret federal and state laws and regulations related to higher education (e.g. Title IX, FERPA, Rehabilitation Act, Clery Act, VAWA, ADA, SAVE, etc.)
  • Awareness of current trends in Title IX programs and preventing and addressing sexual misconduct
  • Excellent organizational, research, investigatory, and analytical skills
  • Experience conducting investigations in a sensitive and confidential manner
  • Effective project management, organization and analytical skills
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal) are also required
  • Ability to work effectively in a diverse environment and interact in a collaborative manner with students, faculty, and employees at all levels of the university community

SALARY:
Commensurate with experience.  All offers of employment will be contingent upon a successful background check.  We require receipt of original transcript prior to an offer of employment.

APPLICATIONS:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled. Qualified applicants should send a letter of application, résumé, three current job-specific letters of recommendation from references who may be contacted and education transcripts to:

Sherrye Carradine, J.D.
Internal Counsel and EEO Administrator
University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Library, Suite 632
Monroe, LA  71209-3000

318-342-1012

carradine@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Manager of Operations and Marketing (5503)

DEPARTMENT:
Graduate School

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Manager of Operations and Marketing facilitates daily operations and marketing efforts to attract top applicants to our institution and works to create an effective marketing strategy while maintaining collaboration between the Graduate School and the various departments on campus.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Required duties include, but are not limited to:
Graduate School operations
Marketing
Graduate Assistant appointments across campus
Graduate Catalog editing and publication of web version
Maintain Graduate School website

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
Bachelor’s degree
Relevant work experience
Excellent communication skills
Computer literate, esp. Microsoft Office, Adobe InDesign, Acalog system
Possess skill and knowledge of Banner and Argos
Excellent organization skills
Ability to set priorities and handle multiple tasks
Ability to deal effectively with others, working in a collaborative team environment

APPLICATIONS:
Review of applications will begin on February 12, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled.  Send letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation to:

Leonard J. Clark, Director
Graduate School
University of Louisiana
700 University Ave.
Monroe, LA  71209-0600

or electronic submission of materials to:

gradadmissions@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Academic Advisor (5498)

POSITION SUMMARY:
Serve as an Academic Advisor to general studies, undeclared, pre-pharmacy, and all pre-professional Health Sciences majors in the Student Success Center, which offers support services to ULM students. For students that have declared an academic major, the focus will be on early intervention and strengthening academic and/or college survival skills. Career planning will be offered as needed.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Provides academic advising, including analysis and integration, for new and continuing college students, collegiate students, specifically, for general studies, undeclared, pre-pharmacy majors, and all pre-professional Health Sciences majors.

2. Provides academic advising assistance for majors other than those stated above to all colleges across campus. This assistance may be pre-advising sessions, training to faculty advisors, materials development and creation, as needed.

3. Provides career planning, helping students make decisions on college majors and career opportunities. Collaborates with Career Connections and refers students to career information.

4. Makes students aware of campus and community resources. Resolves problems related to curriculum, course prerequisites, and eligibility by referring to catalogues and other appropriate resource material.

5. Evaluates transfer credits and applicability of academic credit to program requirements.

6. Collaborates as a team member on development, coordination, and implementation of student retention initiatives, workshops, and other related programs.

7. Remains up-to-date regarding university policies, procedures, and student requirements; includes familiarity with student handbooks, ULM catalogs, degree requirements, drop/adds, financial aid, etc.

8. Collects data and participates in assessment of services. Creates reports and maintains student files. Uses technology to enhance delivery of service to students.

9. Attends staff meetings and training sessions, and maintains currency in profession. Participates on college committees as needed.

10. Assists in the development and implementation of Student Success Center materials.

11. May supervise undergraduate and graduate student employees; may participate in training and evaluative sessions and recommend methods to improve performance.

12. Plays an instrumental role in the processing, support services, and referrals related to the Beginning Freshmen Initiative and other retention programs.

13. Prepares for and teaches the University Seminar (UNIV 1001 & 1010) each fall and spring semester; prepares and teaches other university classes in appropriate content areas as directed.

14. Works with target students like scholarship recipients, emerging scholars, non-traditional students, and other groups as needed.

15. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Master’s degree related to the duties and responsibilities specified.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Ability to evaluate student transcripts and/or records.
  • Knowledge of student retention issues and the ULM Retention Plan.
  • Ability to analyze program requirements, university requirements, and/or curriculum/graduation requirements.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Skill in records management.
  • Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.
  • Knowledge of organizational structure, workflow, and operating procedures.
  • Ability to analyze and solve problems.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Ability to multi-task, to organize, to develop, to coordinate, and to implement.

APPLICATIONS:
Review of applications will begin on February 5, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled.  Send letter, resumé, and three letters of recommendation to:

Barbara Michaelides, Director of Retention
Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center
University of Louisiana
700 University Ave.
Monroe, LA 71209-1196

or electronic submission of materials to:

pate@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Associate Controller (5500)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The primary duties of this position are to produce all financial reports necessary for internal and external customers.  These include, but are not limited to quarterly board reports and projections, fiscal year annual financial reports (statements, notes and schedules), annual athletic report and any other miscellaneous reports requested by the Controller or Chief Business Officer.  This position has supervisory duties over the general accounting area of the Controller’s office. 

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting with at least 5 years of experience in the accounting field working with reporting.  CPA preferred.  Preference will be given to candidates who have strong financial reporting and higher education experience. 

SALARY:
Commensurate with experience

APPLICATIONS:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Send letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation to:

Controller’s Office
The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA  71209-2200

Attention:  Nicole Walker

Telephone:  (318) 342-1040

email:  nwalker@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Assistant Director of Residential Life (5476)

DEPARTMENT:
Residential Life

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for (1) all areas pertaining to programming in the residence halls, (2) selection and training of Resident Assistants and Hall Directors, (3) move-in and move-out, (4) summer camps, (5) student conduct issues pertaining to residential life, (6) conducting monthly building inspections, (7) review and approve duty log reports submitted to eRezlife, (8) execute fire drills in the residence halls per year, (9) teaching the RA class each fall and spring, and (10) other related duties as assigned. The candidate must be willing to be on call weekends, nights and some holidays.

This is a live on campus position with a furnished two bedroom apartment. All utilities, washer/dryer, cable TV, internet, Wi-Fi and local phone service are included in the compensation package as is a meal plan for on campus dining.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
Candidate must have a Master Degree in Student Affairs or a related field and 3-5 years’ experience working in student housing. Good oral and written communication skills are required. Candidate must have a working knowledge of Windows 7, Excel, Power Point, and Microsoft Office.

SALARY:
Commensurate with experience

CLOSING DATE:
Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2014 and will continue until position is filled.

APPLICATIONS:
Send cover letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation to:

Residential Life
University of Louisiana Monroe
700 University Ave UC II
Monroe, LA 71209

Telephone: (318) 342-5240

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Wellness Program Coordinator (5473)

DEPARTMENT:
Department of Recreational Services

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for coordination of all aspects of ULM’s Wellness Program.  The Wellness Program is comprehensive in nature and serves the university community – Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni and in a limited capacity, the Community at large.  Responsible for all aspects of the fitness areas in the Activity Center: Cardiovascular Area, Weight Room, Group Exercise and associated programs, services and staff.  Responsible for the Personal Training Program and its’ associated staff.  Responsible for the development and delivery of health promotion education, programs and services.  Responsible for providing fitness assessments, exercise prescriptions, and delivering fitness/health related seminars. Partners with other university entities to deliver programs and conduct research.

Wellness Coordinator Duties:

  1.  Responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the entire Wellness Program and its associated facilities, staff, programs, and services.
  2. Develops, coordinates, supervises, and evaluates the Wellness Program offerings. Coordinates the use of appropriate facilities with the Director of Recreational Services and any other necessary individuals.
  3.  Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates graduate assistants, student assistants, student staff and any professional personnel associated with the Wellness Program.
  4.  Assists the Director of Recreational Services with policy development, budget preparation, and equipment/supply purchases related to the Wellness Program.
  5.  Maintains accurate record of participation for all Wellness Program services, programs, activities, and events.  Facilitates participant feedback and evaluation of Wellness services, programs, activities, and events.
  6.  Responsible for tracking participation and maintaining participant records and statistical data.
  7.  Responsible for the developing and executing appropriate marketing and promotion for Wellness services, programs, activities, and events. This includes but is not limited to:  web based information, printed information (fliers, calendars, handbooks, etc…) and speaking events.
  8.  Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of Wellness areas and equipment and assures the safe use of same.  
  9.  Responsible for developing and implementing semester, annual and long range plans for the Wellness Program and its’ associated services and programs.
  10.  Responsible for developing and maintaining cooperative with other university entities such as the Student Health Center, Counseling Center and the Kinesiology Department in order to co-sponsor events, educational seminars and potential research.
  11.  Responsible for performing all types of fitness and health related assessments as well as conducting educational seminars and teaching fitness/exercise classes.
  12.  Strives for the development of a lifestyle wellness concept for the university community by working with other university departments and groups.
  13.  Represents the Wellness Program and the Department of Recreational Services on assigned committees.
  14.  Travels with student groups to extramural activities as needed when sponsored by the Department of Recreational Services.
  15.  Maintains inventory and control over Wellness Program equipment.
  16.  By example, promotes personal responsibility by leading a healthy lifestyle and maintaining high level of personal wellness.
  17.  Performs other University duties as assigned by the Director of Recreational Services.
  18.  Some early morning, evening and weekend work will be required.

Supervises:

  1. Wellness Graduate Assistants
  2. Wellness Student Supervisors
  3. Wellness Student Staff

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
Master of Science degree in Exercise Science or related field preferred. Minimum of two years related work experience, to include program development, and demonstrated administrative experience. Supervisory experience preferred. Demonstrated background in group exercise instruction and personal training required. Superior human relations skills required. Superior public speaking, oral and written communication skills required. History of professional affiliation, e.g., ACSM Membership

Appointment:  Professional Staff (non-tenure) - 12 months

CLOSING DATE:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Expected start date is in January 30, 2015.

APPLICATIONS:
Interested candidates should send originals of: a letter of application, a current resume, and three current position specific letters of recommendation and official transcripts to:

Treina Landrum
Director of Recreational Services
The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209

E-mail: landrum@ulm.edu

Phone: 318-342-5305

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Programmer/Health Data Analyst (5429)

POSITION SUMMARY
This position is a full-time position in Monroe, Louisiana.

DEPARTMENT
Pharmacy/Medicaid

CLOSING DATE
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS
Programming experience is required.  A B.S. degree in Business, Computer Science, Statistics, or one of the health sciences is preferred.  Substantial relevant experience analyzing large databases along with superior analytical skills may substitute for the B.S. degree.  SAS®/SAS® Enterprise Guide®, SQL,  HEDIS®, data warehousing/data mining or other database experience is highly desirable.  Excellent oral and written communications skills are required.  Applicant should be self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision, be flexible with the ability to organize and multitask, and value teamwork.  Knowledge of health insurance claims is a plus.  Applicant will be expected to demonstrate programming and analytical skills. 

SALARY
Commensurate with experience.

APPLICATIONS
Please mail a letter of interest, your curriculum vitae with three professional references with contact information to:

Jun Tan, Ph.D.
ULM Office of Outcomes Research and Evaluation
1800 Bienville Drive
Monroe, LA 71201

Electronic submissions are acceptable. E-mail your application to: jtan@ulm.edu.

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Academic Counselor (5418)

DEPARTMENT
Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center

POSITION SUMMARY
This position serves as an academic counselor within the Student Success Center offering academic support services to student-athletes.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This position reports directly to the Director of Retention and to the Coordinator of Academic Counseling.

The duties and responsibilities for this position include:

Other duties include:

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Master’s degree in a related field is required.  Professional experience in intercollegiate athletics is desirable, direct experience with academic counseling is ideal.  Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and the ability to work occasional nights and weekends is required.

APPLICATIONS
Review of applications will begin on August 1, 2014, and continue until the position is filled.  Send cover letter, résumé with references, and three letters of recommendation to:

Barbara Michaelides, Director of Retention
Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center
University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, Louisiana 71209-1196

or electronic submission of materials to:

pate@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer



POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Property Control Manager (5255)

DEPARTMENT:
Property Control

Immediate Supervisor: Assistant Director of Physical Plant

GENERAL FUNCTION:
The primary duties of the Property Control Manager are management of the University's property, oversight of the procedures for the accountability of non-expendable property purchased by or donated to the University, assurance of compliance with State of Louisiana regulations governing surplus property, management of the Property Control warehouse and disposition of worn out/surplus property on behalf of the University, and direct supervision and management of the Property Control Department. The Property Control Manager schedules and conducts departmental inventories and maintains a database of movable property.

MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: High school diploma or equivalent required. Higher education course work in accounting, business, etc. a plus. College degree preferred.

Experience: At least three years experience in responsible supervisory positions in inventory management, property control, or a related area is required. Experience in hazardous waste safety management, industrial safety, or a related area is preferred.

Skills: Administrative and supervisory skills are required. Effective oral and written communication skills are required.

Effort: Requires daily lifting and moving of office equipment such as desks, file cabinets, bookcases, etc., weighing up to 100 pounds.

License: Requires a valid Louisiana driver's license

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Reduces the potential for the loss or misappropriation of non-expendable University property by establishing procedures for the receipt, tagging, distribution and subsequent accountability of property purchased by or donated to the University, scheduling and conducting annual inventories, resolving discrepancies between inventory reports and actual on-hand property, and adjusting inventory records to reflect property accountability.

2. Assures the security of new University property by assuring established policies and procedures regarding identification and documentation are followed, and securing newly delivered items from misappropriation, damage, and theft from arrival through documented delivery to the department that is purchasing the item.

3. Ensures that the University complies with the State of Louisiana requirements regarding accountability of state property by establishing a schedule for annual departmental inventories, updating property lists, and maintaining auditable inventory records.

4. Prevents institutional liability and ensures compliance with State of Louisiana regulations governing surplus property by enforcing State of Louisiana procedures for the disposition of surplus property and maintaining accountability of property.

5. Ensures that the Property Control Office has an accurate inventory of non-expendable University property by maintaining an up-to-date computer database which lists the type and cost of all property purchased by or donated to the University, as well as the department which received the property and its location, and reconciling the inventory database with the records of expenditures for property.

6. Facilitates the generation of revenues for the University from the sale of scrap metal.

7. Provides property management for all University departments by transporting or arranging for the transport of worn out/surplus property to the University's warehouse, warehousing surplus property, determining if surplus property should be issued to another department, delivering property to users, and maintaining accurate inventory records of property stored in the warehouse.

8. Assists faculty in completing grant proposals for scholarly activities by providing them with detailed information regarding the on-hand inventory, by make and model, of scientific, research, testing, educational, data processing, and similar equipment which is a requirement of grant proposal requests.

9. Assists University departments in obtaining property from Louisiana Property Assistance Agency by serving as a liaison with the state office authorized to make purchases for the University.

10. Remains competent and current through self-directed professional reading, developing professional contacts with colleagues, attending professional development courses, and attending training and/or courses when required.

SUPERVISION:
The Property Control Manager is supervised by the Assistant Director of Physical Plant and supervises student, full-time, and part-time employees in the Property Control and Moving Crew/Setups departments.

SALARY:
Commensurate with experience

CLOSING DATE:
Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.

APPLICATIONS:
Send letter, resume, three letters of recommendation to:

Physical Plant
The University of Louisiana at Monroe
501 Warhawk Way
Monroe, Louisiana 71209

Telephone: (318) 342- 5170

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

  


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