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POSITION ANNOUCEMENT
Academic Advisor (5644)

DEPARTMENT
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 6, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled.
Send letter of interest and resume to:

Chauncey Strange, Human Resources Analyst C
strange@ulm.edu 

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

 


 

Position Announcement
Instrumentation Specialist & Wet Chemistry Analyst (6051)

Department
Environmental Analysis Lab

Job Description 
Accurately completes a variety of standardized analytical tests, examinations and procedures on water, wastewater and soil samples which may require the interpretation of results

Performs routine computations, maintains record, and prepares reports

Maintains technical competency

Handles samples according to chain of custody protocols

Operates and maintains Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) Spectrometer and other instrumentation

Assists in proper digestion of samples

Prepares reagents and solutions

Collects field samples in various locations

Responsible for ensuring that all QA/QC program requirements are being met in all applicable work areas

Must have a general knowledge of and adhere to safe and proper laboratory techniques

Successful completion of proficiency testing and quality control samples

Qualification and Training
Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent and satisfactory completion of a short course or structured in-house training by manufacturer, professional organization, university or other qualified facility on use of instruments

Must have a minimum of 6 months experience in the operation of the instrument with documentation that acceptable results are achieved by the analyst

Salary
Commensurate with experience.

Closing Date
Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.

Applications
Send cover letter and resume to:

Chauncey Strange, Human Resources Analyst C
strange@ulm.edu

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


 

Position Announcement
Executive Director of Athletic Business Operations

Duties and Responsibilities

The purpose of the Executive Director of Athletic Business Operations job is to ensure that the University assets are protected through applicable external and internal regulations.

 Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

Preferred Qualifications: 


Working conditions
Evenings and weekend work may be needed.  

Direct reports
Director of Tickets; Ticket Accounting Specialist


APPLICATIONS:

Interested candidates should send a letter of application and a current resume to: 

LaQuita Danna
ULM Office of Human Resources
Coenen Hall 107
Monroe, LA 71209-2300
danna@ulm.edu 

 

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

 


 

POSITION ANNOUCEMENT
Academic Advisor (4363)

DEPARTMENT
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

APPLICATIONS
Send letter of interest, resume and official transcript to:

Chauncey Strange, Human Resources Analyst C
strange@ulm.edu 

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


  

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Development Officer, Full-Time

 

DEPARTMENT
ULM Foundation, Office of Development

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Officer is responsible for supporting all development initiatives, with emphasis on major gifts and supporting campaign initiatives.  The Development Officer builds donor relationships by utilizing research, objectives, programs of cultivation and solicitation, evaluation, and stewardship.  Working closely with other Development staff and volunteers, they build and maintain momentum and focus for all fundraising efforts.  They work closely with all other units within the University in supporting and coordinating efforts to efficiently and effectively advance the University.  And they attend and are actively involved in all internal and external Development initiatives, and any other university-wide initiatives, as applicable and available.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
A Baccalaureate degree and 3 – 5 years fund-raising experience, preferably in higher education, are required.  Experience with the fundraising software, Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, is preferred.  Experience with Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word) is essential.  Excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills are required.  The ability to communicate (verbally and in writing) with alumni, corporate leaders, university employees, students, parents and friends of the University is essential.  Ability to manage multiple projects, set priorities and meet short deadlines in accordance with the campaign operating plans.  Takes initiative, works independently and as part of a team.   Uses discretion and abides by all policies in handling confidential information.  Travel and a valid U.S. driver’s license are required.  Finalists will be required to pass a background check.

 

SALARY
Salary is commensurate with experience.

 

CLOSING DATE
Review of applications will begin February 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. 

 

APPLICATIONS
Submit a cover letter outlining the approach you have used successfully to achieve development goals and how it may apply to a university environment along with a resume.  E-mail your materials to: 

 

Chauncey Strange, Human Resources Analyst C
strange@ulm.edu 

 

Additional information about the ULM Foundation can be found at www.ulm.edu/foundation.

 

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


 

Position Announcement:
Chief Information Officer and Dean of the Library (5946)

Department:
Division of the Executive Vice President

Job purpose
The Chief Information Officer and Dean of the Library (CIO) reports directly to the Executive Vice President for all matter except for faculty promotion and tenure, and to the Academic Vice President for those faculty matters, and is the senior administrator at the University of Louisiana at Monroe responsible for academic and administrative technology planning, implementation, security, support, and quality.   

Duties and responsibilities
The CIO oversees the Library and key IT units that enable academic and administrative functions, and works to promote IT solutions which improve the teaching, learning, research, and administrative environments.  These areas encompass:

Qualifications/Requirements

Working conditions

Physical requirements

Direct reports

Salary:

Commensurate with experience

Closing Date:
Until filled

Applications:
Send letter of interest and resume to:

Chauncey Strange, Human Resources Analyst C
strange@ulm.edu 

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

 


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