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Payroll Manager

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Payroll Manager

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university and three years related experience; demonstrated course work in accounting to include, at minimum, principles of accounting and intermediate accounting. Extensive prior work experience may substitute for degree requirement, but must be a minimum of 8 years prior experience relevant to task described below.

· Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and government regulations.

· Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.

· Ability to effectively and confidently respond to questions from employees and/or supervisors with accurate information.

· Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.

· Ability to deal with problems involving several variables in standardized situations.

· Must be familiar with keyboarding, computer-based payroll programs, and spreadsheet programs, including Microsoft Office Suite.

· Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills.

Summary:

The Payroll Manager is responsible for the preparation of payroll for all hourly and salaried employees (including student employees) of the university. This position requires significant coordination with the Human Resources Office to ensure the accuracy of employee information. While the position will report directly to the Director of Accounting Services, direction may be given by the Controller/Associate Vice-President for Finance as needed. This position must be able to work with information considered strictly confidential and do so in an efficient manner producing accurate results.

Responsibilities:

· Responsible for the preparation and maintenance of employee information in the payroll database application including salary, wages, benefit and deduction information necessary for payroll processing

· Responsible for processing of bi-weekly employee payrolls and submission of reconciled payroll reports to Director or Controller for final processing approval on a timely basis for each pay period

· Responsible for all processing of monthly student work-study payroll including but not limited to obtaining necessary tax/direct deposit forms, position set-up, timesheet verification, and assisting Work Program Coordinator in Financial Aid Office with orientations.

· Responsible for bi-weekly or monthly payment requests for net pay and retirement contributions to university retirement fund administrator

· Responsible for processing of all tax and withholding payments and any reporting requirements associated with those payments

· Responsible for processing of all taxable and/or reportable employee benefits including communication to the employees of those instances

· Responsible for establishing, maintaining and publicizing bi-weekly and monthly payroll schedules each year

· Responsible for reconciliation and preparation of annual Form W-2’s for all employees and student workers

· Responsible for reconciliations of payroll tax/withholding accounts, benefit accounts and payroll clearing account

· Responsible for development of payroll reports as requested by Director or Controller

· Responsible for enforcing compliance with all tax wage and hour laws in close consultation with the Human Resources Office.

· Responsible for maintaining organized and accurate historical records of payroll data including tax records

· Other duties as assigned by Director or Controller

Essential Responsibilities:

· Working hours necessary to perform job requirements satisfactorily on a regular basis.

· Managing absences from work in responsible manner to ensure service to university faculty, staff and students. Time off not permitted during payroll processing days.

· Complying with Campbellsville University policies and practices and seeking clarification of them when necessary.

· Honor the mission of Campbellsville University and abide by rules and regulations and Standards of Conduct outlined in the Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Instructor of ESL and MA TESOL

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Instructor of ESL and MA TESOL

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have a PhD in Applied Linguistics. An MA TESOL is required. The candidate will preferably have overseas teaching experience and will possess basic knowledge of cross-cultural adjustment and communications. The candidate must be able to demonstrate how to teach a student-centered class. The successful applicant should be dedicated to promoting Christian higher education.

Responsibilities:

· Be responsible for teaching graduate courses in the MA TESOL Program, both online and on main campus.

· Be responsible for assisting in recruitment of MA TESOL students.

· Advise MA TESOL students as assigned.

· Be responsible for teaching graduate courses in the ESL Program.

· Be responsible for assisting in recruitment of ESL students.

· Assist the ESL Director with ESL placement testing, registration, field trips, and service learning projects.

· Assist the Executive Director of MA TESOL and ESL and ESL Director as needed.

· Develop and adapt classroom materials to meet students' needs.

· Use technology in classroom and instructional activities.

· Work collaboratively with other center/university faculty and staff.

· Candidates with experience serving the needs of diverse populations are strongly desired.

· A commitment to Christian higher education and teaching is required.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Director of Counseling / Assistant Dean of Students

Applications Accepted By:

Fax or E-mail:

(270)-789-5180

jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Director of Counseling / Assistant Dean of Students

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social work preferred, master’s degree in counseling, or closely related field;
  • Graduate level academic training in clinical and professional mental health settings;
  • Minimum 5 years professional experience in a clinical and/or counseling setting, at least two of which should be in a supervisory capacity (both clinical and administrative);
  • Ability to handle crisis situations and work cooperatively with university staff and faculty;
  • Evidence of involvement and commitment to educational and professional development;
  • Licensure or the ability to qualify for licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Counselor or Psychologist;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills;
  • Must have the ability to plan, organize and delegate;
  • Understand policies and regulations of the university

Summary:

The Director of Counseling Services and Assistant Dean of Students will provide direct counseling services to Campbellsville University students. Meet with students individually or in groups to address mental health and behavioral health needs of the CU student population. This position requires the ability to communicate well with students and staff, while working with other managers/directors in supporting and promoting the mission and purpose of the university. The area of student services comprises residence life, student activities, campus security, campus ministries, campus nurse, new student orientations, student discipline, summer camps and conferences and Davenport Student Center Coordinator.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provide directly, or through referral, individual personal counseling for students.
  • Designs, coordinates, and facilitates group counseling in identified areas of need and/or interest.
  • Establish relationships with community Mental Health and other counseling resources for referral of students.
  • Counsels with students referred by the Dean of Student Services, the Housing Directors, or the Judicial Counsel for problems, which have required counseling as part of their disciplinary action.
  • Maintain up to date referral source for long-term therapy/counseling.
  • Serves as a liaison for students who need off-campus clinical counseling.
  • Maintains contact with the faculty and staff to facilitate the receipt of referrals when necessary.
  • Assist with oversight of student services assigned budget allocations.
  • Oversee other staff within the Office of Counseling Services as well as departmental budget.
  • Design and implement mental health related programming to the campus community.
  • Create openness to students that will enhance positive interaction and communication; evaluate needs of student and provide services that will enhance their personal growth and development; express care and concern for the students in all situations; strive to share the love of Jesus Christ with each student.
  • Oversee coordination of New Student Orientation Sessions; work with Student Records and Admission in corresponding with new students and planning orientation/registration process; work with the Director of Student Activities, Student Government Association (SGA), and the Senior Class in the planning of Welcome Week and Freshmen Week.
  • Assist in developing policies regarding campus safety and security; interpret and enforce existing policies; administer parking violations and decal distribution.
  • Assist with disciplinary responses to student infractions; evaluate existing policies and initiate change when necessary; lead in explaining and enforcing university rules/regulations; refer student cases to Judicial Council; inform and supervise disciplinary action of decided cases; counsel with students having emotional, personal and behavior problems.
  • Assist overseeing the management of the campus calendar.
  • Assist with publishing the Student Handbook.
  • Administer staff and office procedures.
  • Serve on committees as deemed necessary by the Vice President for Admissions and Student Services.
  • Perform all duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Essential Responsibilities:

· Working hours necessary to perform job requirements satisfactorily on a regular basis.

· Managing absences from work in a responsible manner to ensure service to university faculty, staff and students.

· Complying with Campbellsville University policies and practices and seeking clarification of them when necessary.

· Honor the mission of Campbellsville University and abide by rules and regulations and Standards of Conduct outlined in the Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Financial Aid Operations Manager

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Financial Aid Operations Manager

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Summary:

The Financial Aid Office Operations Manager is responsible for the administration of a complex financial aid program, with primary focus on the day-to-day office management. Specific responsibilities include oversight and management of the PowerFAIDS financial aid management software and the Jenzabar administrative support system, and provide direction for the operational functions of the department.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required and three years within a financial aid office or experience in the higher education environment; or any satisfactory combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above duties. Proficiency using Microsoft applications-e.g., Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc. Familiarity with PowerFAIDS and/or Jenzabar preferred. Excellent analytical skills and the ability to interpret complex data. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent listening and problem-solving skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as in a team oriented work environment. Ability and willingness to occasionally work evenings and weekends.

Duties and Responsibilities:

· Stay current on all federal, state, and institutional regulations and policies in regard and as they relate to the administration of the student financial aid programs.

· Formulate, implement, review and evaluate policies, procedures and standards to ensure departmental compliance with financial aid guidelines and objectives.

· Interface with other appropriate institutional departments to coordinate programs, services, and policies.

· Advise students and parents regarding the financial aid process, and provide information on available programs, procedures, and eligibility requirements.

· Research complex issues to resolve non-routine student problems in compliance with federal regulations.

· Perform needs analyses on student applications and construct financial aid packages; authorize program disbursements.

Manage the enrollment and retention function as it relates to financial aid; including timely communication and response to office visits, incoming calls, e-mail messages, and follow-up to assigned student group(s).

· Assist in preparation of department operating budgets, statistical reports and evaluations, and complex funding applications.

· Maintain the day-to-day responsibility for the PowerFAIDS financial aid module, overseeing all systems processing. Write and update rules, population selections, and other functional/technical aspects of the system.

· Responsible for the PowerFAIDS setup for the new academic years; provide functional lead for PowerFAIDS parameter roll forward; execute checklist to update all documents, letters, selection sets, award algorithms, and counseling tools.

· Train financial aid and other related staff to understand and use the PowerFAIDS system; prepare and process program requests for timely and accurate record keeping.

· Maintain the day-to-day responsibility for the NetPartner software.

· Participate in the ongoing development and maintenance of the departmental policy, procedure and processing manuals. Ensure that the department maintains compliance with all applicable federal, state and institutional rules and regulations.

· Maintain expertise in all areas of financial aid so that the department can plan and react positively to constantly changing federal, state and institutional regulations concerning student assistance.

· Coordinate all outreach efforts including presenting at new student preview days, high school college fairs, and orientation days at main campus and extension centers.

· Maintain publications: catalog, website and miscellaneous printed material.

· Supervise specific support personnel.

· Oversee student worker positions within the office (hire, train, terminate, etc.)

· Manage daily operations of the financial aid office including supervision in the absence of the director.

· Perform professional judgments and R2T4’s in the absence of the director; cross-trained to perform verification, ISIR pull-ins, and able to provide eligibility information on all assistance programs.

Essential Responsibilities:

· Working hours necessary to perform job requirements satisfactorily on a regular basis.

· Managing absences from work in responsible manner to ensure service to university faculty, staff and students.

· Complying with Campbellsville University policies and practices and seeking clarification of them when necessary.

· Honor the mission of Campbellsville University and abide by rules and regulations and Standards of Conduct outlined in the Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

Transfer Counselor

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Transfer Counselor

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Qualifications:

· Have an exceptional commitment to Christian higher education.

· A background of active Southern Baptist Church participation is desirable.

· Have a minimum of a baccalaureate degree.

· Two years of recent college admissions, sales, telemarketing, and/or counseling experience are desirable.

· Have excellent writing skills and the ability to communicate in a clear, concise, and uncomplicated manner.

· Have an outgoing, energetic, and enthusiastic personality, be a "self-starter," and maintain the highest standards of conduct, appearance, and attitude.

· Have the ability to work independently with minimum supervision, and the willingness to travel extensively.

Responsibilities:

· Plan and implement student recruitment programs and related activities assigned by the Vice President for Regional and Professional Education or his designee (VP). Participate actively in developing effective recruitment strategies.

· Be responsible for all recruiting activities within assigned geographical and special interest areas. Follow-up on all assigned prospective students and applicants to further develop their interest in the university.

· Evaluate all transcripts of new students seeking to transfer to Campbellsville University.

· Represent Campbellsville University during visits to or participation in high schools, colleges, churches, college fairs, college day/night programs, student conferences, financial aid workshops, and other appropriate meeting or events to recruit students, to provide useful information and assistance to prospective students and their parents, and to promote Campbellsville University.

· Encourage and facilitate campus visits by prospective students and applicants. Implement Campbellsville University’s admissions policies and procedures to properly handle such visits. Conduct or supervise campus tours.

· Prepare letters, newsletters, and other types of correspondence for prospective students and applications. Conduct telemarketing operations. Respond to mail and telephone inquiries. Visit prospective students and their parents, as appropriate.

· Interview students both on-and-off campus (and by telephone) and speak to student groups about properly selecting a college and gaining admission.

· Obtain student documentation needed by applicants to gain admission to the university. Implement university policies concerning new student admission in compliance with both highest professional and accrediting agency standards.

· Endeavor to develop and maintain a strong and effective working relationship between the Admissions Office personnel and the administration, staff, faculty, students, and alumni of Campbellsville University to strengthen recruitment and retention programs.

· Endeavor to develop and maintain a strong and effective working relationship between CU and KCTCS institutions.

· In cooperation with the Assistant to the Director, provide guidance and direction to and maintain quality control of assigned work-study personnel.

· Be actively involved in those professional organizations assigned by the VP to obtain useful information on significant developments and the latest trends and techniques in student recruitment and higher education marketing.

· Assure the flow of financial aid information to applicants requesting aid.

· Perform other assigned duties and take the initiative in helping other people and in promoting Campbellsville University (i.e. Student Ambassador Coordination, alumni, and development activities).

· Manage resources including travel/recruitment budget for assigned geographic area.

· Develop positive relations with guidance counselors and transfer officers within geographic assigned areas.

· Develop positive relations with pastors, youth ministers, and other church staff with geographic assigned areas.

· Serve on committees and community organization groups as mandated by the VP.

· Manage a recruiting territory and be responsible for students in the western region of Kentucky.

· It is the responsibility of each employee to perform assigned duties in a safe manner to prevent injury to oneself or others.

· Promptness and attendance are necessary and play a vital role in the overall performance of this university.

Essential Responsibilities:

· Working hours necessary to perform job requirements satisfactorily on a regular basis.

· Managing absences from work in responsible manner to ensure service to university faculty, staff and students.

· Complying with Campbellsville University policies and practices and seeking clarification of them when necessary.

· Honor the mission of Campbellsville University and abide by rules and regulations and Standards of Conduct outlined in the Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual.

 

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Assistant Professor of Music

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Assistant Professor of Music

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Campbellsville University is seeking applications for a full-time music faculty position of Assistant Professor of Music in the area of voice. The successful candidate will hold a doctoral degree in voice. However, ABD candidates may be considered. Preference will be given to individuals with previous university-level teaching experience. The candidate should possess outstanding interpersonal, verbal, and writing skills. Also, the candidate will have the ability to work confidently and independently and complete work without direct supervision, while showing a commitment to working in a team environment. Teaching responsibilities will include applied undergraduate and graduate voice. Other duties include voice class, diction class, choral ensemble coaching/conducting, assisting church outreach music groups for preparation for church services. Additional responsibilities might include literature courses, conducting or other undergraduate and graduate courses depending on the candidate’s experience and departmental needs. The position will also include an active role in the recruitment of undergraduate and graduate students. The candidate is expected to work in close collaboration with colleagues, to accept other faculty assignments, such as service on university committees, and be committed to teaching excellence and service in a Christian environment. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

Assistant Professor of Education

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Assistant Professor of Education

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

QUALIFICATIONS:

Ph.D. or Ed.D. in P-12 education, from a regionally accredited institution of higher education; teaching experience in higher education and P-12 schools; committed to teaching excellence and service in a Christian environment.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teaching and advising responsibilities in undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Supervising student teachers
  • Willing to travel to regional sites to recruit and teach
  • Participating in collaborative projects as requested and/or assigned
  • Attending meetings, retreats, workshops as requested and/or designated
  • Assisting in recruitment and retention efforts
  • An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to honor the objectives of the institution and abide by the rules and regulations and Standards of Conduct contained in the Administrative Policies & Procedures Manual. Basic values, such as honesty, integrity, cooperation, promptness, and dependability, are required of the employee and are an important part of each employee’s performance review.
  • The above declaration is not intended to be an “all-inclusive” list of the duties and responsibilities of the job described or of the skills and abilities required to do the job. Rather, they are intended only to describe the general requirements.
  • Any and all other duties as requested by the Dean.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Assistant to the Director of Theater - Theater Office/Production Manager

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Assistant to the Director of Theatre

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Qualifications:

The successful candidate must be supportive of the University’s mission and committed to integrating faith and learning. Minimum requirements are a bachelor’s degree and theater experience.

Responsibilities:

The primary responsibility of this position is to assist with the organization of the theater office and the annual theater productions. A successful candidate will have excellent organizational and creative skills. These skills will be utilized while completing office tasks, such as overseeing the department’s publications, developing budget reports, and scheduling use of the theater space, and while aiding in oversight and/or creation of all technical crafts related to department productions (publicity, box office, sets, lighting, costumes, and makeup). It is expected that the successful candidate will mentor and assist students in a variety of roles. Additional duties will include supervising work-study students, maintenance of theater equipment, management of the theater work and storage spaces, general office work, and other duties as assigned.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Director of Alumni Relations

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Director of Alumni Relations

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Qualifications:

Masters degree required in business, public relations, marketing, communications or related field required with one to three years work experience in one of said areas preferred. Strong composition and communications skills are essential and a basic knowledge of fund-raising is preferred. Candidate must have good organizational and motivational skills, be capable of working independently and handling multiple assignments. Candidate must be able to maintain a high-level of confidentiality regarding all work matters, especially those matters pertaining to donor information. Candidate must be able to promote and raise funds for Campbellsville University and should be aware that some travel is required. Candidate should have a strong commitment to higher education in a Christian environment.

 

Responsibilities:

· Set, in cooperation with the Vice President for Development in accordance with the priorities of the President, the goals for alumni relations to the university.

· Oversee a comprehensive alumni relations program which seeks gifts and support of the University’s fund-raising; identifies, recruits, and manages a highly selective network of state and national volunteers, including the University’s Board of Trustee, Board of alumni, Advancement Board and Parent’s Council.

· The Director of Alumni Relations will also coordinate all alumni related activities and oversee the annual operating plans and budgets for these programs.

· Oversee, in cooperation with the Donor Relations Coordinator, all donor societies with an emphasis on The President’s Club corporate giving and/or sponsorships.

· Assist in planning and implementing, in cooperation with the Donors Relations Coordinator, the annual President’s Club Dinner and other donor recognition events.

· The Director of Alumni Relations will work closely with the Big Maroon Club Director in regards to all athletic alumni events.

· Make, in cooperation with the Vice President of Development, stewardship and solicitation calls on current and prospective donors through personal visits, conversations and correspondence. Donor calls are limited to current and prospective donors residing in the City of Campbellsville and the surrounding counties. The Director of Alumni Relations may accompany the President and other members of the Office of Development on donor calls as needed.

· Assist with the preparation for and serve, as needed, at the meetings of the University’s Board of Trustees, Advancement Board, Board of Alumni and the various sub-committees of said boards.

· Perform duties as requested by supervisor.

· It is the responsibility of each employee to perform assigned duties in a safe manner to prevent injury to oneself or others.

· An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to honor the objectives of the institution and abide by the rules and regulations and Standards of Conduct contained in the Administrative Policies & Procedures Manual. Basic values, such as honesty, integrity, cooperation, promptness, and dependability, are required of the employee and are an important part of each employee’s performance review.

 

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Assistant Professor - Carver School of Social Work and Counseling

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Assistant Professor Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Job Description: This is a 9-month, tenure-track, and Assistant Professors (AP) position. The AP is responsible for course instruction and some course development (BSW, MSW, face-to-face and online), advising students, possible service as a field liaison, activity commensurate with the mission of the University, maintaining service relationships with community agencies/organizations. A commitment to diversity and student success is essential. This position reports to the Dean in the Carver School of Social Work & Counseling.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: We seek a creative, innovative, and collaborative faculty member with a commitment to advancing generalist, advanced generalist and clinical social work practice with individuals, families, groups, communities and organizations. The AP will possess an ability to teach in two or more of the following Social Work content areas: direct practice in social work, child and adolescence, clinical practice, school social work, chemical dependency, policy, leadership, diversity or evidence based research. Experience and commitment in the use of technology for distance learning or a willingness to learn and deliver this mode of instruction is a must. Instructional activities primarily occur at the Campbellsville University, Campbellsville Kentucky; however, an occasional course may be required at the Louisville or Somerset extended center locations. The qualified applicant will have an appreciation for faith based service and participate in professional development.

Minimum Qualifications: Earned Doctorate in Social Work or Marriage and Family Therapy and a Master of Social Work degree from a CSWE accredited program. Candidate must have a minimum of 2 years of post MSW practice experience in a practice setting. ABD will be considered if degree is scheduled for confirmation within one year of hire date.

Preferred Qualifications: A minimum of 2 years college/university level teaching experience in a regionally accredited MSW or BSW program, two years of post-MSW practice experience in the field of social work and have the ability to teach across the curriculum, but especially practice, human development, and policy. Preferred candidate will hold a certification as a social worker in the state of Kentucky or current state of residence.

 Contacts: Dr. Helen Mudd may be reached at 270-789-5045 or leave a message.

 

Please go to the CU website for instructions for application.

www.campbellsville.edu

 

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Instructor in English (Full Time Temporary)

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Instructor in English(Full Time Temporary)

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Campbellsville University is seeking a Full Time Temporary Instructor in English with expertise in developmental composition. Position begins August 2016.

Qualifications:

Minimum qualification is an M.A. in English. Experience in teaching composition, particularly developmental courses, and working with ESL students is preferred.

Responsibilities:

Successful candidate will be responsible for teaching undergraduate developmental English courses and freshman composition. Normal course load is 27 hours per academic year.

The Department: The English Department at Campbellsville University provides programs of study for students who appreciate the power and beauty of language and who seek to develop mastery of the English language as insightful critical readers and competent scholarly and creative writers. The department offers a major, minor, and area of concentration in English, leading toward a BA or BS degree. The Department of English also provides three general education courses and developmental writing courses.

The department includes nine full-time faculty members and several adjuncts.

 

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

IT Systems Administrator

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: IT Systems Administrator

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Summary:

The IT Systems Administrator reports directly to the IT Director. This individual is primarily responsible for supporting the data center and server environment. This individual is expected to be internally driven to learn new and existing tools that benefit the IT support team and university. This individual will be expected to work very closely with a small team of IT peers to support all technology initiatives. The individual will have the opportunity and be expected to work in all areas of IT (networking, application support, desktop support, etc.) as the need exists.

Qualifications:

· 2+ years of experience working in a data center.

· Should possess a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or equivalent.

· Familiar with administering Windows Server, Linux, Active Directory, SCCM, Office 365, and virtualization tools.

· Must be self-motivated to learn new technologies.

Primary Responsibilities:

· Physical and virtual server deployment

· Systems back up management

· Server patching and updates

· Disaster Recovery planning and support

· Data Center monitoring/management

· Work help desk tickets as assigned/needed

Secondary Responsibilities:

· Support Network Analyst on network issues and related projects.

· Support Help Desk Manager on desktop support projects.

· Provide ERP assistance to Database Analyst as needed.

Essential Responsibilities:

· Working hours necessary to perform job requirements satisfactorily on a regular basis.

· Managing absences from work in responsible manner to ensure service to university faculty, staff and students.

· Complying with Campbellsville University policies and practices and seeking clarification of them when necessary.

· Honor the mission of Campbellsville University and abide by rules and regulations and Standards of Conduct outlined in the Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Custodian

Applications Accepted By:

Fax or E-mail:

(270)-789-5180

jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Custodian

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Qualifications:

· High school education or equivalent.

· Knowledge of and experience with custodial machines (buffer, extractor, floor machines, etc)

· Knowledge of housekeeping supplies and their use.

· Sufficient physical strength to permit the lifting and moving of heavy objects is required.

Responsibilities:

· Housekeeping duties: mopping, sweeping, dusting, emptying trash receptacles, scrubbing bathrooms, etc.

· Keeping the university facilities as clean as possible.

· Will assist in setting up for banquets, convocation, graduation, homecoming and other special events on campus. This involves loading and unloading tables, chairs, etc. May also be asked to work during these events after regular hours.

· Will work home basketball and football games in rotation with other custodial employees, unless prior arrangements have been made

· Assist with ‘non-custodial” duties when needed, i.e. policing grounds, moving furniture, pulling up carpet, etc.

Essential Responsibilities:

· Working hours necessary to perform job requirements satisfactorily on a regular basis.

· Managing absences from work in a responsible manner to ensure service to university faculty, staff and students.

· Complying with Campbellsville University policies and practices and seeking clarification of them when necessary.

· Honor the mission of Campbellsville University and abide by rules and regulations and Standards of Conduct outlined in the Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual.

 

 

The regular operating hours for the Physical Plant Department are Monday through Friday, 7 am to 4 pm, Eastern Time.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment.  Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Nursing Clinical Adjunct

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: Nursing Clinical Adjunct

Attention: Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Qualifications:

· The Clinical Instructor will possess a minimum of a BSN and will commit to work on a Master’s Degree in Nursing with a timeline for completion approved by the Dean.

· A current license as a Registered Nurse in the State of Kentucky.

· Also requires current AHA BLS, completion of clinical requirements, background check, drug screening, and personal medical insurance.

· Requires 2 years of full time employment within the past 5 years in area of intent to conduct clinical.

Responsibilities:

The Clinical Nursing Instructor instructs students in specific procedures and critical thinking skills to enable the student to gradually progress to nursing functions. This individual must work closely with the didactic instructors and course leader to ensure consistency in presenting clinical laboratory procedures and in the clinical setting. Reports to the Clinical Coordinator and the Dean of the School of Nursing.

· Works with other instructors and Clinical Laboratory coordinator to plan laboratory experiences for students.

· Assists students during open lab sessions to optimize practice sessions when contracted to do so.

· Assist instructors in evaluation of lab and clinical performance of students.

· Develops scenarios, strategies, case studies and other means to demonstrate clinical procedures.

· Maintains proficiency in all clinical procedures and utilizes evidence-based practice to guide performance in laboratory and clinical setting.

· Ensures safety in the clinical setting for students, patients and other faculty.

· Informs the Course Leader of any deficiencies or performance issues of students.

· Maintains an accommodating and supportive demeanor when dealing with students.

 

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

Louisville Education Center - Adjunct Faculty

Applications Accepted By:

Fax: (270)-789-5180

E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu

Subject Line: CU Louisville – Adjunct Faculty

Attention:Terry VanMeter

Mail:

Director of Human Resources

Campbellsville University

1 University Drive UPO 944

Campbellsville, KY 42718

 

Job Description

Campbellsville University’ Louisville Education Center is seeking part-time adjunct faculty to assist with course delivery in the following subject areas/academic disciplines:

Astronomy

Biology

Earth Science

Economics

Computer Information Systems

Psychology

 

· Master’s degree in the field of instruction or a closely related field with at least 18 graduate hours in the academic discipline required, a PhD in in the field of instruction is preferred.

· Experience teaching in a college/university with experience teaching adult students preferred

· Ability to develop and adapt classroom materials to meet students' needs

· Proficiency using technology in classroom and instructional activities

· Ability to work collaboratively with other center/university faculty and staff

· Candidates with experience serving the needs of diverse populations are strongly desired

· A commitment to Christian higher education and teaching is required

Responsibilities:

This position will be responsible for teaching courses offered and assigned which match with the adjunct faculty’s academic credentials and background.

- Adjunct faculty members are employed to provide specific courses on an as-needed basis.

- Contracts for adjunct faculty members are issued on a semester/term basis.

- Adjunct Instructors are expected to be available for a reasonable amount of time for each course taught to counsel students regarding course work.

- Adjunct instructors are expected to attend faculty meetings

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment. Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years. The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values. The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others. Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

Custodian (Temporary Positions)

Job Title: Custodian
Department/Area: Physical Plant

Hourly/Salary: Hourly
Classification: Non-Exempt
Location: Main Campus
Travel Required: No

HR Contact: Terry VanMeter
External posting URL: www.campbellsville.edu
Internal posting: Human Resources Board

Applications Accepted By:
Fax or E-mail: (270)-789-5180
jobs@campbellsville.edu
Subject Line:   Custodian
Attention: Terry VanMeter
Mail: Director of Human Resources
Campbellsville University
1 University Drive UPO 944
Campbellsville, KY 42718 

Job Description|
Qualifications:

·         High school education or equivalent.

·         Knowledge of and experience with custodial machines (buffer, extractor, floor machines, etc)

·         Knowledge of housekeeping supplies and their use.

·         Sufficient physical strength to permit the lifting and moving of heavy objects is required.

Responsibilities:

·         Housekeeping duties:  mopping, sweeping, dusting, emptying trash receptacles, scrubbing bathrooms, etc.

·         Keeping the university facilities as clean as possible.

·         Will assist in setting up for banquets, convocation, graduation, homecoming and other special events on campus.  This involves loading and unloading tables, chairs, etc.  May also be asked to work during these events after regular hours.

·         Will work home basketball and football games in rotation with other custodial employees, unless prior arrangements have been made

·         Assist with ‘non-custodial” duties when needed, i.e. policing grounds, moving furniture, pulling up carpet, etc.

The regular operating hours for the Physical Plant Department are Monday through Friday, 7 am to 4 pm, Eastern Time.

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment.  Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years.  The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values.  The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others.  Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values.

 

ESL Adjunct Faculty

Job Title: Adjunct Faculty
Department/Area: ESL Program

Hourly/Salary: Salary
Classification: Non-Exempt
Location: Main Campus
Travel Required: N/A
Position Type: Part Time

HR Contact: Terry VanMeter
Date posted: 10/31/2012
Position Fill Date: Continuous position posting
Posting Expires: Continuous position posting
External posting URL: www.campbellsville.edu
Internal posting: Human Resources Board

Applications Accepted By: Continuous Application acceptance
Fax: (270)-789-5180
E-mail: jobs@campbellsville.edu
Subject Line: Adjunct Faculty – ESL Program
Attention: Terry VanMeter
Mail: Director of Human Resources
Campbellsville University
1 University Drive UPO 944
Campbellsville, KY 42718

Job Description
Qualifications:
 
·         Masters degree in TESOL, TEFL, Linguistics or a closely related field

 ·         Experience teaching in a college/university/public schools based ESL/EFL or Intensive English program preferred

 ·         Experience in communicative language methodology, task-based learning, and skills integration

 ·         Ability to develop and adapt classroom materials to meet students' needs

 ·         Proficiency using technology in classroom and instructional activities

 ·         Experience in teaching across program levels and skills

 ·         Ability to work collaboratively as a member of an instructional team Proficiency in English

 ·         Hiring may be contingent upon English proficiency assessment.

 ·         Candidates with experience serving the needs of diverse populations are strongly desired.

Responsibilities:
This position will be responsible for teaching English As A Second Language classes.  

-          Adjunct faculty members are employed to provide specific courses on an as-needed basis.  Contracts for adjunct faculty members are issued on a semester/term basis.  

-          Adjunct Instructors hold the responsibility for the courses taught.  

-          Adjunct Instructors are expected to be available for a reasonable amount of time for each course taught to counsel students regarding course work.  

-          Adjunct instructors are expected to attend all department field trips, faculty meetings, and assist with testing and registration. 

Campbellsville University, a comprehensive Christian institution offering undergraduate (associate and baccalaureate) and graduate (master's level) programs, stresses academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts, personal growth, integrity, and fellowship within a caring environment.  Campbellsville University is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky and has been listed in US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 18 consecutive years.  The University seeks to prepare students to enrich their own lives through lifelong learning, to contribute to their respective disciplines through continued scholarship, and to advance society as Christian servant leaders. An employee of Campbellsville University is expected to participate in the life of a local church in keeping with the spirit of the institutional mission statement and core values.  The individual employee is expected to conduct him, or herself, both on campus and off, in a manner becoming an employee of a Christian institution, and the employee should uphold the highest standards of conduct in terms of honesty, truthfulness, respectful attitude, and conduct toward others.  Each individual associated with Campbellsville University is to perform his or her daily responsibilities mindful of the intent of the institutional mission statement and core values. 

Approved By: Terry VanMeter
Date: 11/30/2012 

 

General Information

Campbellsville University is a private, comprehensive, coeducational university undergirded by a strong liberal arts component.  Campbellsville is open to students of all denominations. Campbellsville University employs faculty members who are active in their church and fully supportive of its aims as a university with a Christian commitment within the Baptist tradition. For additional information see www.campbellsville.edu/about

Please send a current resume, and application:
Office of Personnel
Campbellsville University
1 University Drive UPO 944
Campbellsville, KY 42718-2799
jobs@campbellsville.edu