The Office of Human Resources

Thank you for your interest in employment at Morehouse College. We strive to be an excellent workplace and are pleased that you would like to join our team. By completing an application, you are taking the first step to be considered for current employment openings. If we do not have any immediate openings that we feel match your skills and experience, we will keep your application on file for one year, so you may be considered for future opportunities.


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 Community Director 

Department of Housing and Residential Education

 Community Director 

 Associate Director for Residential Education

 

Department of Housing and Residential Education

 

 Associate Director for Residential Education

 Director of Career Services

 Career Services

 Director of Career Services

 Title IX Investigator

 Human Resources

 Title IX Investigator

Slate CRM (Customer Relationship Management) System Administrator/Admissions and Recruitment Data Specialist

 Enrollment Services

Slate CRM (Customer Relationship Management) System Administrator/Admissions and Recruitment Data Specialist

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 Technology Support Analyst

 Director of Financial Aid

 Enrollment Management

 Director of Financial Aid

 Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance

 Human Resources and Office of Compliance

 Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance

 FDTAC Instructional Technology Coordinator

 Academic Affairs/ Faculty Development Faculty

 FDTAC Instructional Technology Coordinator

 Director of Annual Giving

Office of Institutional Advancement

 Director of Annual Giving

 Institutional Research Analyst

 

 

Academic Affairs/Institutional Research and Effectiveness

 Institutional Research Analyst

 Assistant Director of Student Life

 Student Development

 Assistant Director of Student Life

  Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment

 Admissions and Recruitment

Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment

 Registered Nurse

 Office of Student Health Services

Registered Nurse

 Associate Dean of the College and Director of Housing & Residential Education

Housing Associate Dean of the College and Director of Housing & Residential Education

Police Sergeant    

Campus Police Police Sergeant    

Communications Officer/Dispatcher

Campus Security Communications Officer/Dispatcher

Police Officer

Campus Police

Police Officer

Lieutenant

Campus Police

Lieutenant

 

Security Officer

Campus Security

Security Officer

We appreciate the interest by all candidates, however we will be contacting only those that best fit the requirements of the position. Please no phone calls.

Morehouse College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on age, race, color, religion, or national origin.

Communications Officer/Dispatcher

JOB TITLE: Communications Officer/Dispatcher
DEPARTMENT: Campus Security
FULL/PART-TIME: Full-time Non-Exempt
REGULAR/TEMPORARY: Regular
CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Basic Summary:

Under general supervision, responsible for providing appropriate emergency response and manage coordinated radio, telecommunication, and data support to field units and assist in protecting and securing the property of Morehouse College, its students, staff, faculty and visitors according to established national, state, and local rules and regulations.

Polygraph, drug screening, physical examination and criminal background checks are part of the hiring process.

Duties include but not limited to:

  • Send, receive, relay, monitor, log, prioritize, record, report and interpret emergency and non-emergency information to and from mobile units. 
  • Operate dispatch console with multiple computer terminals, controls and radio frequencies. 
  • Determine order in which incidents are dispatched and reassigned, transmit data to field units, monitor and record status. 
  • Utilize local, state and national computerized databases.
  • Provide instructions and gives specific directions to callers with emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Monitor multi-jurisdictional radio communication systems. 
  • Any other duties as prescribed by Chief of Police, Deputy Chief of Police or immediate Supervisor.

Work Environment:

  • Non-exempt with forty-hour week shift work. 
  • Must be able to have flexibility in work schedule.

Qualifications:

  • High School education or equivalent
  • Minimum experience of 1 year or more in clerical, customer service setting
  • Minimum of 21 years old and possess a valid driver’s license
  • No felony convictions

Special Skills Required:                 

  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time.
  • Ability to type 30 wpm
  • Ability to read write and understand oral and written instructions and to communicate orally using communication systems,
  • Ability to obtain Georgia Crime Information Center/National Crime Information Center certifications during ninety-day probationary period.

Benefit Programs include but are not limited to:

  • Medical/Dental and Vision Coverage with RX discounts
  • Various Retirement Subscription Plans
  • Flexible Spending
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • FMLA
  • Paid Sick, Vacation, Holiday and other leave benefits
  • Tuition Benefits
  • Various job-related training seminars
  • Various Pre-tax and other Discount Benefits
  • Fitness Center

SALARY: 

  • Competitive with that of other Colleges

Apply by using the following method:

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Security Officer

JOB TITLE: Security Officer
RANK: Patrolman
DEPARTMENT: Campus Security
FULL/PART-TIME: Full-time
REGULAR/TEMPORARY: Regular
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Basic Summary:
Responsible for providing appropriate non-emergency and non-enforcement assistance to Police Officers in protecting and securing the property of Morehouse College and its’ students/staff/faculty and visitors. 

Polygraph, drug screening, physical examination and criminal background checks are part of the hiring process

Duties include but not limited to:

  • Patrol campus on foot or in non-patrol vehicles to observe and report any criminal activity;
  • Provide basic line security functions: physical interior and exterior building security checks, record observations and report discrepancies.
  • Provide lockdowns and openings to preserve security of buildings.
  • Respond to and complete detailed and accurate non-emergency incident reports.  
  • Provide perimeter control by monitoring access of pedestrians and vehicles.
  • Provide security for campus special events, social and sports events.
  • Any other duties as prescribed by Chief of Police, Deputy Chief or immediate Supervisor.

Work Environment:
Non-exempt with forty-hour week shift work.
Must be able to have flexibility in work schedule. 

Physical Requirements:
Positions in this class typically require frequent standing, walking, sitting, grasping, lifting and carrying, bending, crouching, kneeling, reaching, use of foot controls, driving, talking, hearing and seeing. 

  • Heavy Work:  Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. 
  • Medical examination required upon offer of employment

Qualifications:

  • High School education or equivalent
  • Minimum experience of 3 years in security police work
  • Minimum of 21 years old and possess a valid drivers license

Special Skills Required:                     

  • Previous experience in the security field and strong work ethics;
  • Good oral and written communication, interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with diverse campus community;
  • IT Literate and basic proficiency in operation of standard office equipment.
  • Physical ability to stand and walk over prolonged period.

Benefit Programs include but are not limited to:

    • Medical/Dental and Vision Coverage with RX discounts
    • Various Retirement Subscription Plans
    • Flexible Spending
    • Short and Long Term Disability
    • FMLA
    • Paid Sick, Vacation, Holiday and other leave benefits
    • Tuition Benefits
    • Various job-related training seminars
    • Various Pre-tax and other Discount Benefits
    • Fitness Center

SALARY: 

  • Competitive with that of other Colleges

Apply by using the following method:

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Police Officer

Title: Police Officer 
Reference No: 020915-PO
Department: Campus Security
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular

POSITION SUMMARY:

GA Peace Officers Standards and Training Council (P.O.S.T.) certified Police Officer with full power of arrest, who will be responsible for issues involving personal safety and security of students/staff/faculty and property of Morehouse College and other outside facilities/functions and the enforcement of state and federal laws and enforce college statutes and regulations.

Polygraph, drug screening, physical examination and criminal background checks are part of the hiring process.

Duties include but not limited to:

  • Coordinate with Supervisors regarding goals of department. 
  • Provide protection and assistance to persons and property on campus, which includes enforcement of federal and state laws and campus rules and regulations.
  • Respond to, investigate, document and complete accurate case reports on criminal, non-emergency and emergency incidents and detail information and action taken. 
  • Exercise independent judgment in emergency situations involving danger to life and/or property. 
  • Provide security for campus special events, social and sports events. 
  • In the execution of duties, work in close cooperation with Morehouse College and the immediate community, other law enforcement agencies, mental health, governmental, community, health, emergency, criminal justice and legal entities. 
  • Any other duties as prescribed by Chief of Police, his/her Designee or Supervisor.

Work Environment:

  • Non-exempt with forty-hour week shift work.  
  • Must be able to have flexibility in work schedule. 

Physical Requirements:

  • Positions in this class typically require frequent standing, walking, sitting, grasping, lifting and carrying, bending, crouching, kneeling, reaching, use of foot controls, driving, talking, hearing and seeing. 
  • Positions are also subject to and must successfully pass physical exam and drug test.
  • Heavy Work - Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. ? 

Qualifications: 

  • High School education or equivalent
  • POST certified Peace Officer in good standing
  • Minimum experience of 3 years in police work 
  • Minimum of 21 years old and possess a valid driver’s license 
  • No felony convictions 

Special Skills Required:              

  • Good oral and written communication and inter-personal skills.
  • A strong work ethic and the ability to exercise sound judgment.
  • Must possess the ability establish and maintain effective working relationship with diverse campus community.
  • Proficiency in maintenance and use of firearm.
  • IT literate and basic proficiency in operation of standard office equipment.

Benefit Programs include but are not limited to:

    • Medical/Dental and Vision Coverage with RX discounts 
    • Various Retirement Subscription Plans 
    • Flexible Spending
    • Short and Long Term Disability
    • FMLA
    • Paid Sick, Vacation, Holiday and other leave benefits
    • Tuition Benefits
    • Various job-related training seminars
    • Various Pre-tax and other Discount Benefits
    • Fitness Center

SALARY: 

  • Competitive with that of other Colleges

Apply by using the following method:

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Lieutenant

Position Title: Lieutenant
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Campus Police
Reports To: Chief of Police

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for leading first-level management assigned personnel in units of the Morehouse College Police Department. This experienced leader will provide guidance, training, and assistance to assigned or lateral subordinates in the operations of the Morehouse College Police Department or other assigned units. This position requires independent judgment, assessment, discretion, and decision making at all times.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate with and receive orders from the divisional captain in providing guidance to first-line supervisors on the goals and objectives of the Morehouse College Police Department
  • Plan unit activities and supervise sergeants with monthly goals and objectives
  • Provide career development assistance, counseling, and guidance to subordinates
  • Evaluate improvements and equipment needs for a system of allocation and utilization of resources for anticipated workloads in their units
  • Serve as a Reviewing Officer in administration of job performance evaluations of subordinate employees
  • Operate GCIC/NCIC terminal or other criminal justice computer networks
  • Provide on-the-job training and classroom training for security officers, new hires, police officers, supervisory personnel in campus law enforcement operations
  • Maintain daily observation reports of trainee’s performance assessments
  • Provide counseling and instructional techniques
  • Develop law enforcement lesson plans for course delivery and Conducts roll training for all sifts and divisions
  • Participate in practical role play training exercises for cadet, in-service, or specialized courses and provide basic or specialized firearms training for cadet, in-service courses
  • Develop data for statistical reports according to campus uniform crime reports and serve as a unit commander of general or special units.
  • Ability to reach specific courses at a training academy with other law enforcement officials, Morehouse College faculty, or students and the general public
  • Adheres to the list of duties and responsibilities that the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training has identified as tasks and standards of performance required of supervisors
  • Reviews and files grievance/disciplinary actions

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Proficiency in state of Georgia, federal and local criminal laws, codes, and ordinances
  • Standard Morehouse College Police Department law enforcement operating procedures
  • Proper security and safety in the use of firearms, other mechanical, or chemical weapons, and motor vehicles
  • Law enforcement procedures such as penal, evidence codes; criminal investigation; patrol and custody procedures; juvenile laws, mental health law, and administration of justice
  • Proficiency of the Morehouse College policy and procedures, and Morehouse College rules and regulations
  • Considerable experience of formal training or certification in a specific area of law enforcement
  • Proficiency in the maintenance and usage of firearms and proficiency in operation of standard office equipment
  • Operation of emergency motor vehicles and ability to motivate, evaluate and supervise subordinates
  • Effectively work with a variety of people or other agencies in a special or emergency situation
  • Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with subordinates, supervisors, the general public, etc sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum of two years of post-secondary course work in a related field equivalent to an Associate’s degree or a minimum of four years of experience in the rank of Field Training Officer or Sergeant
  • Valid Georgia State Driver’s License
  • Successful completion of the Peace Officers Standards and Training basic course
  • Successful completion of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Instructor course
  • Successful completion of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Field Training Officer course
  • Core course requirements of basic certification, advanced report writing, supervision 120, and interpersonal communication with a minimum of 80% accuracy
  • Currently enrolled or have completed the course requirements of POST intermediate and advanced certification
  • Currently enrolled or have completed the core course requirements of POST supervision, management, and 120

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Requires frequent standing, walking, sitting, grasping, lifting, carrying, bending, crouching, kneeling, reaching, use of foot controls, driving, talking, hearing and seeing
  • This is a category #1 physical profile class and as such subject to part 1 of the physical profile standards and criteria as established by the personnel Board
  • Must successfully pass physical exam and drug test. Heavy Work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

Apply by using the following method:

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment

Position Title: Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment
Division/Department: Admissions and Recruitment Reports
To: Director of Admissions and Recruitment

                                   

POSITION SUMMARY

Position reports to the Director of Admissions and Recruitment and is instrumental in orchestrating all aspects of the admissions and recruitment process. The Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment will be responsible for the substantial recruitment of prospective Freshmen and Transfer students to the College though strategic recruitment activities. Actively supports and contributes to achieving recruitment and enrollment goals. The Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment provides outstanding customer service to all Morehouse College constituencies including but not limit to inquiring students, families and guidance counselors. Maintaining ongoing and appropriate communication/follow-up with prospective students, admitted students and the families. Responsible for aggressively managing assigned recruitment territory. Assisting in programmatic efforts and yield forecasting. Admissions counseling, outreach and limited application review are all significant functions of this position.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Meet enrollment goals for assigned target recruitment territory
  • Development of recruitment schedule for assigned recruitment territory
  • Represent the College and travel on behalf of the College for recruitment and other college related events
  • Speak publicly to individuals, groups on and off campus
  • Develop and maintain close working relationships with key secondary school constituents
  • Responsible for the execution of the recruitment and marketing strategy/plan with the purpose of promoting the College’s visibility and general recruitment efforts.
  • Assist in the execution of communication plan to prospective students, admitted students and their families. Manage ongoing strategic communications and direct mail campaigns
  • Limited evaluation and execution of admission decisions on applicant files.
  • Develop monthly reports of recruitment activities and monitor statistical reports to enhance recruitment strategies, yield management, forecasting, and operational efficiency.
  • Counsel prospective applicants on the admissions process, College curriculum and opportunities at the College.  One-on-one admissions counseling is an important responsibility of this position, primarily by in-person appointments, phone calls and emails. 
  • Contribute to the success of various student visit programs designed to recruit targeted prospective applicants to the College.  These programs require significant collaboration with the Department of On Campus Recruitment and other departments, stakeholders and offices across campus.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  •  A minimum of 3-5 years admissions counseling and outreach experience with a progressive experience.
  • Previous supervisory experience of student staff is preferred.
  • Ability to effectively communication in person and in writing and be able to speak publicly.
  • Should possess high energy, attention to detail, and the ability to organize effectively.
  • A valid driver’s license and the ability to travel and work nights and weekends as necessary.
  • Ability to represent the admissions profession positively through a strong, student-centered ethic.\
  • Knowledge of computer databases and standard software programs, most notably: Microsoft Office and BANNER
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s Degree or 3 years of equivalent professional/technical experience

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Must be able to sit and stand for long periods of time and lift 25 lbs occasionally
  • This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets
  • Frequent standing, sitting, and walking for extended periods of time is required
  • Ability to work frequently during evenings and weekends is required

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. .

 


Police Sergeant

Position Title:  Police Sergeant    
Classification:   Non Exempt
Division/Department: Campus Security             

POSITION SUMMARY:

To supervise and participate in the activities of patrol, respond to calls for service, emergencies, and general customer service on an assigned shift; or perform responsible administrative staff duties. Police sergeants work independently in performing regularly assigned duties under the general orders of a Police Lieutenant or other higher ranking supervisor. Supervision is exercised over Police Officer, Police Trainees, and civilian security staff.  Sergeants will often assume complete charge in the absence of a higher-ranking officer. A Sergeant is responsible for planning, budgeting and directing the operations of assigned organizational components. Similarly, when an officer is not available, he/she will assume the duties as required.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Perform basic patrol functions of a patrol officer.
  • Complete all necessary reports and documents in a timely manner
  • Assigns duties and ensures the completion of stated duties by visually and physically inspecting completed duties and assignments as required.
  • Assists police officers with buildings security checks and patrolling the campus as required
  • Supervises and performs investigations, including requesting surveillance camera footage, interviews of witnesses, victims, and suspects, gathering of intelligence, ensures the security of an investigation of crime scenes.
  • Responsible for ensuring officers provide adequate security coverage and police protection for all areas of campus.
  • Assist police officers in responding to alarms, assists and/or direct securing and containing any emergency, assists with evacuations,
  • Effectively supervise personnel ensuring proper response, time management, and incident documentation
  • Investigates complaints or allegations of misconduct against employees of the Police Department
  • Supervises and provides “On-the-Job Training” for newly hired police officers
  • Interpret department operational written directives and practices for compliance
  • Possess and demonstrate a thorough knowledge of personnel policies and practices, the ability to apply these principles to law enforcement, and the skills to translate these concepts to subordinate officers.
  • Supervises and investigates all complaints concerning campus safety staff
  • Demonstrate a broad general knowledge of all phases of police administration and management principles.
  • Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service.
  • Any other relative duties assigned

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Proficiency in state of Georgia, federal and local criminal laws, codes, and ordinances
  • Standard Morehouse College Police Department law enforcement operating procedures
  • Proper security and safety in the use of firearms, other mechanical, or chemical weapons, and motor vehicles
  • Law enforcement procedures such as penal, evidence codes; criminal investigation; patrol and custody procedures; juvenile laws, mental health law, and administration of justice
  • Proficiency of the Morehouse College policy and procedures, and Morehouse College rules and regulations
  • Knowledge of ICS protocols
  • Proficiency in the maintenance and usage of firearms and proficiency in operation of standard office equipment
  • Ability to motivate, evaluate and supervise subordinates
  • Effectively work with a variety of people or other agencies in a special or emergency situation
  • Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with subordinates, supervisors, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction
  • Comprehensive knowledge of modern police procedures, law enforcement and investigative techniques

   EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum of two years of post-secondary course work in a related field equivalent to an Associate’s degree
  • A minimum of four years of experience in the rank of Police Sergeant or above
  • Valid Georgia State Driver’s License
  • Successful completion of the Peace Officers Standards and Training basic course
  • Current valid GA POST certification without

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

 SALARY: 

  • Salary is commesurate with qualifications and experience.

Apply by using the following method:

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Associate Dean of the College and Director of Housing & Residential Education

Position Title: Associate Dean of the College and Director of Housing & Residential Education
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Division of Student Development/Office of Student Services
Reports To: Associate Vice President of Student Development and Dean of the College      

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Associate Dean of the College and Director of Housing and Residential Education is responsible for providing vision, leadership, and direction of a comprehensive housing and residential education program that ensures the College’s reputation as a national leader in residential college models. This individual will develop, review, and assess policies and procedures related to all matters affecting student housing and residential life.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage residential class deans and residential housing deans on a daily basis.
  • Develop and implement initiatives related to programming, student development, and initiating policy development for the division.
  • Manage the Department’s budget on a daily basis.
  • Promote an atmosphere that advances the educational, cultural, social and personal development of the College’s students within residence halls.
  • Plan and assess developmental learning communities that respect diversity and are academically centered.
  • Oversees all aspects related to the management of student residential facilities and programs.
  • Provide professional development of the residential education staff.
  • Foster a productive relationships across all academic segments across the college.
  • Implement and support a comprehensive First- through Fourth-Year Experience program and Faculty in Residence program.
  • Implement and sustain judicial programs for residential education.
  • Manage residential crisis management protocols.
  • Manage “on-call responses throughout the calendar year, including supervision of “the Professional Staff on Call” and communication with the AVP/Dean of The College.
  • Manage a portfolio of student intervention cases, including supervision of Residential Dean’s interventions.
  • Manage daily crisis, including providing support to faculty.
  • Manage student related requests from parents, faculty, and outside stakeholders.
  • Create and manage a comprehensive matrix of student support effort.
  • Advocate to support all students in their development and maintain student advocacy as a philosophy in all matters.
  • Performs additional related duties as assigned.

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Ability to build successful relationships and influence outcomes.
  • Must possess proficient written, verbal, and presentation skills.
  • Ability to interact successfully with the College’s stakeholders.
  • Must have demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects to successful implementation.
  • Possess high levels of organizational leadership and advocate for change as necessary to implement best practices in student residential life operations.EDUCATION AND

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Doctorate degree in higher education administration, student personnel, counseling or communication is preferred.
  • Experience working closely with senior leaders highly desirable.
  • Master’s degree required in degrees of study listed above or related field required.
  • A minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible experience in Housing and/or Residential Education or a combination of education and experience from which comparable skills are acquired is required.
  • Candidates must have demonstrated experience in supervision of staff and high level of understanding of Student Services and best practices in student development and residential life matters.
  • Previous work experience in providing development for student leaders required.
  • Previous experience in strategic planning and development required.
  • Daily budget management experience required.  

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to sit and stand for long periods of time; use hands to handle office supplies, operate computer, and other office equipment.
  • Ability to frequently reach with hands and arms and lift 10lbs is required.
  • Must have ability to stand, walk, stoop, or kneel or climb as necessary.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary.   

 

SALARY: 

  • Salary is commesurate with qualifications and experience.

Apply by using the following method:

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 



Registered Nurse

Position Title:  Registered Nurse
Classification:  Exempt
Division/Department:  Division of Student Services
Reports To:  Director of Student Health Center/College Physician

Job Description:

The Registered Nurse (RN) will provide medical services for Morehouse College students. In addition to caring for the students, the RN will be responsible for educating the students about a variety of medical conditions. The position also includes: performing diagnostic test, analyzing results, administering medications, operating medical equipment, recording patients’ symptoms and medical history. Under the instruction of a medical physician, the RN performs certain laboratory tests ordered by clinicians, administers medications, provides wound care, maintains medical supplies, identify patient problems, symptoms, and behavioral changes. Reviews and maintains complete and accurate documentation related to the admission, care, referral and discharge of the patient. Identifies and responds to patient educational needs and organizes and re-stocks treatment rooms and labs. The RN may administer immunizations and determine whether or not a student is eligible to register for classes. They will coordinate or assist with special health related campaigns and perform related responsibilities as required.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible to the Director of the Student Health Center for evaluating and treating student health complaints following nursing protocols; ensuring the scientific application of the principles of nursing science, patient safety, and patient teaching; utilizing nursing skills in health promotion, disease prevention and restoration of health; and performing other related duties as assigned.
  • Evaluates and provides nursing assessment of health problems of students to determine appropriate level of care needed.
  • Provides treatment for selected health problems as directed by the established nursing protocol.
  • Documents assessment and care in the electronic health record.
  • Refers patients needing care by physician; schedules appointments as needed.
  • Assists physician with examinations, procedures, dispensing medications and patient teaching.
  • Assists with patient follow-up, contacting patients with regard to laboratory findings and/or other investigations, need for additional care, etc.
  • Administers injections including immunizations and insures appropriate patient screening, teaching and observation following injection.
  • Counsels patients regarding their health risks, health problems, treatment options and appropriate use of the health care system.
  • Provide appropriate first aid and life support to patients undergoing medical emergency.
  • Performs non-complex physical examinations.
  • Educates students regarding promotion of health and prevention of illness including sexually transmitted diseases, family planning/contraception, nutrition and health related behaviors.
  • Maintains familiarity with applicable health and safety regulations and ensures compliance.
  • Facilitates provision of appropriate patient and health education activities including presentations at outreach programs.
  • Promote a customer friendly environment and providing superior service to our students and Morehouse staff/faculty.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities;

  1. Knowledge of advanced nursing skills and techniques.
  2. Knowledge of health sciences and nursing procedures as practiced in college health and in clinic settings.
  3. Knowledge of university policies and procedures.
  4. Ability to communicate effectively with university personnel at various levels, students, parents, representatives of the community and medical community.
  5. Ability to keep records and reports.
  6. Ability to work independently and make decisions regarding patient care.
  7. Ability to maintain confidentiality of patient records.

 

Minimum Hiring Standards:

  • Graduate from an accredited school of nursing
  • Must possess a current/valid GA Registered Nurse license and be in good standing with the Board of Nursing
  • 3+ years experience in college health, urgent care, emergency or public health
  • Must possess current AHA Basic Life Support/AED Certification

 

SALARY: 

Salary is commesurate with qualifications and experience.

Apply by using the following method:

 

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 


Faculty Development Teaching Instructional Technology Coordinator

Position Title: FDTAC Instructional Technology Coordinator
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Academic Affairs/ Faculty Development Faculty
Development, Teaching and Advising Center
Reports To: Director, Faculty Development, Teaching and Advising Center

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

12-month position in collaboration with the Faculty Development, Teaching and Advising Center (FDTAC) Director and Divisional Teaching and Advising Liaisons, the FDTAC Instructional Technology Coordinator will assist Morehouse faculty with:

  • Design/redesign of academic courses.
  • Development and integration of technology for synchronous and asynchronous instruction.
  • Access and use of the College’s Learning Management System (Blackboard).
  • New and emerging technologies for instruction and research including but not limited to Apple technology; video streaming; digital, social media; and Web 2.0 tools.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Works collaboratively with the FTADC Director, Instructional Designer, Divisional Teaching and Advising Liaisons, Information Technology (IT), IT Help Desk and other departments to promote the effective use of new and emerging instructional technology for synchronous and asynchronous learning; digital and social media; and Web 2.0 tools by Morehouse College faculty.
    • Maintains and updates electronic files for shared usage; manage and analyze faculty data to inform monthly faculty workshops, training and professional development activities.
    • Serves as the Liaison for Blackboard, StarFish (Hobsons) and Course Scheduler (Civitas).
    • Assists and trains faculty in the use of Apple computers, iPads, iPhones, etc. as well as instructional and research software utilizing Apple technology; research and train faculty in the use of social media, Web 2.0 and iTunes tools.
    • Develops, coordinates and evaluates a comprehensive instructional technology training program for Morehouse College faculty in consultation with Faculty Development, Teaching and Advising Center Director, Academic Affairs, Divisional Chairs, Departmental Chairs and IT.
    • Conducts pre-assessment of faculty technology needs and post-workshop evaluations while working with faculty to achieve instructional and academic program goals.
    • Develops instructional training materials for online and in-person delivery to faculty focused on promoting student-centered learning.
    • Provides technology application support for Course and Content Management Systems, including but not limited to Blackboard, Web 2.0 Tools, and Apple/iPad technology.
    • Provides support for digital and social media integration; supports and manages Digital Scholars initiatives.
    • Provides 1:1, Departmental, Divisional and all faculty workshops and trainings in the use of technology for instruction, research and professional development.
    • Coordinates faculty access to electronic and online resources/training; Manages technology solutions for faculty while serving as a liaison between academic departments and Information Technology
    • Edits and posts updates to FDTAC website.
    • Supervises Student Program Assistants as assigned.
    • Serves on College, Atlanta University Center and external Committees as assigned/appointed/selected.
    • Serves as liaison to software/hardware providers to identify the use and purchase of new, enhanced and/or emerging technologies to meet the needs of faculty and students.
    • Maintains and secures equipment, usage log and service requests.
    • Performs other duties as assigned by Faculty Development, Teaching and Advising Center Director.

 

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills; ability to identify and interpret faculty teaching and learning needs; manage and meet deadlines; and work cooperatively within an academic community.
  • Ability to collect, manage and analyze data to evaluate and recommend individual, department, divisional and all faculty program needs and resources.
  • Skilled in the construction and interpretation of student and course assessments, emerging technology trends, requested applications, systems and hardware, etc. to inform recommendations for instructional technology resource purchases to meet faculty instructional, research and professional development needs.
  • Must be able to perform multiple, technical tasks as well as periodically upgrade technical and technology skills to meet faculty needs and expectations.
  • Must be able to operate standard office equipment; plan and manage faculty projects; utilize appropriate software applications; demonstrate effective and attentive listening; problem solving; training; and documentation of work flow and service-delivery.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of PCs and Mac OS.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office365; (Word/Pages, Excel/Numbers, PowerPoint/Keynote, Lync/Skype for Business/Zoom); Qualtrics, and cloud-based survey tools.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Web 2.0 tools, current instructional theories, best pedagogical practices and principles applicable to blended learning and innovation in web-based instruction.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • 5 years of direct professional experience in higher education, college/university setting. PhD preferred.
  • 3 – 5 years of direct professional experience delivery in instructional design, curriculum development; assessment and evaluation; including the use and integration of instructional technology.
  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Education, Curriculum Design or relevant discipline (Instructional Design, Instructional Technology, Educational Leadership or other related disciple).
  • Blackboard Certification preferred.
  • Other relevant certifications/training.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • This position is not a sedentary role, requiring the ability to multitask in a dynamic environment. Some lifting of less than 40-lbs; walking across campus carrying equipment; climbing stairs, sitting and standing for extended periods of time. Effectively use, lift and move typical office equipment including but not limited to multiple-line telephone; facsimile, copier, computer, iPad, tablet, and other mobile devices. 

Transcript Acknowledgment:

 

If my position requires a degree, I acknowledge that I have been notified to provide Morehouse College with an official college/university transcript, which is to be used to validate my qualifying credentials. I recognize that I am required to have my official transcript sent/made available to the Morehouse College within thirty (30) days of signing this acknowledgment statement. I understand my employment with the University is contingent on the delivery of my official transcript. Therefore, failure to comply with this requirement could jeopardize my employment with Morehouse College could result in termination of my employment.

 

  Apply by using the following method:

 

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

 

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 


Assistant Director of Student Life

Position Title: Assistant Director of Student Life
Classification: Exempt

Division/Department: Student Life

Reports To: Associate Dean of the College and Director of Student Life

POSITION SUMMARY

The Assistant Director of Student Life has primary responsibility for providing supervision and advisement to over 50 student organizations, overseeing the use of space requisitioning on campus, and coordinating designated aspects of New Student Orientation, Homecoming, Spring Fest and annual events sponsored by the Division of Student Development. All staff are involved in maintaining and enhancing the infrastructure and community of the Division of Student Development. This includes active participation in core functions and activities of the Division: staff meetings and retreats; professional development sessions: college wide committees, selection committees; center-wide celebration events, etc. The Assistant Director will report to the Associate Dean of the College and Director of Student Life. (ADOC/DSL)

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Act as the primary contact in the Office of Student Life to requisition space on the campus.
  • Act as the primary advisor to student organizations.
  • Oversee the SGA’s process of allocating funds to student organizations throughout the academic year.
  • Develop and coordinate programs and resources to support the development of the student organizations, while formulating and enforcing student organization policies and procedures in place by the College.
  • Coordinate and/or facilitate trainings and workshops for student organization leaders.
  • Develop and administer an advisors workshop at the beginning of each semester.
  • Assist with writing and compiling best practices, new advising materials, and reports for student organizations (i.e. data base, event calendar).
  • Develop and conduct evaluation /assessments of programs, workshops in the Office of Student Life to assess the effectiveness of the offices efforts.
  • Coordinate and plan various aspects of New Student Orientation Week designated by the ADOC/DSL.
  • Coordinate and plan various aspects of Homecoming Week and Spring Fest Week designated by the ADOC/DSL.
  • Participate in Division-wide programs and initiatives.
  • Participate in the development of new innovative programs sponsored by the Office of Student Life that serve the students, staff, faculty and surrounding community.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Demonstrated personal commitment to serving students.
  • Strong organizational, leadership and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work effectively with students, college faculty, administrators and community members.
  • Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks with many interruptions.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team in a collaborative manner.
  • Excellent written and oral communication/presentation skills.
  • Willingness to work some evenings and weekends.
  • Working knowledge of technology and management software (i.e. Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Banner, etc.)
  • Evidence of effective program development.
  • Evidence of success with student staff development.
  • Evidence of ability to work in a team environment.

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Master’s Degree in higher education, student personnel or related field preferred, or a Bachelor’s degree and equivalent experience is required.
  • Prior experience with leadership education and programming at HBCUS is desired.
  • Experience advising student leaders is desired.
  •  

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Must be able to work evenings and weekends when required.
  • Position will require standing, sitting, walking, use of hands and fingers, tools or controls, climbing stairs, etc.
  • Position will require some lifting and moving of up to 25 lbs.

 

 To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


External Affairs -Administrative Assistant II

Position Title: Administrative Assistant II (Executive)
Classification: Non-Exempt
Division/Department: Department of External Affairs
Reports To: Vice President for External Affairs and Alumni Engagement

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Department of External Affairs and Alumni Engagement is seeking a competent and efficient individual with great initiative, diligence, sound judgment, and excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates should possess a high skill level with Microsoft Office, Publisher, Project Management, Budgets and webpage maintenance and other new media communications technologies. The candidate must be team-oriented and possess can-do spirit to get things done. The responsibility of the position involves budget analysis, tracking revenue and expenses, and other additional administrative duties as assigned. This position reports to the Vice President for External Affairs and Alumni Engagement.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Sorts and distributes mail, greets, screens and directs alumni, faculty, students, staff, administrators and the general public as needed
  • Maintains and monitors the Department’s budgets, supplying data and statistics to the Department of the Alumni Engagement and External Affairs for budget preparation
  • Insures the office always operates professionally, smoothly, and efficiently
  • Supervises activities and prepares payroll records of student employees
  • Prepares travel requests and vouchers, making necessary arrangements such as procuring car, plane tickets, room reservations, etc.
  • Ability to maintain and facilitate departmental interactive web page
  • Answers telephones and responds to inquiries and takes accurate phone messages
  • Orders supplies and equipment, and maintains inventory
  • Handles memos, letters, and office correspondence, reports, etc. most of which are of a complex or confidential nature
  • Process Bar and graduate school evaluation letters for current and former students
  • Stays abreast of legal and other matters in higher education relative to student conduct systems and applies information as appropriate
  • Responsible for supplying specialized assistance to the Chairperson of student conduct committees/councils
  • Performs data entry for Banner System (purchase orders, requisitions, travel, office supplies, student academic holds, etc.)
  • Operates and/or supervises the operation of all office equipment including personal computers, printers, calculator, copiers, etc.
  • Manages time and work product for work-study students and office Interns
  •  Serves as needed as Secretary for various committees, takes minutes, distributes information, etc.
  • Think critically and make clear, well-reasoned and timely decisions and collaborate with others as necessary
  • Be a strategic and innovative thinker who can bring value to internal clients and find creative and practical solutions to complex problems
  • Prepares and submits check requests, purchase requisitions, inter-account requisitions and other college forms as necessary
  • Schedules and arranges meetings, makes room assignments for special events, and schedules rooms for use for office needs
  • Records, reconciles and maintains accounts
  • Collaborates in the development and distribution of office literature and brochures, using publishing software and replenishes the stock as necessary
  • Plans and organizes meetings, retreats, and special functions for the office
  • Assists the External Relations and Alumni Engagement team in preparing various reports such as the College’s Annual Report
  • Works with faculty and staff to maintain and retrieve all records related to programs
  • Edits, reviews and answers routine memos and correspondence from the Vice President for External Affairs and other members of the expanded team.
  • Attends workshops for the purpose of learning new programs added to the Banner System or for improving the administration of the department
  • Serves as office liaison handling communication of information, human resources paperwork, materials, key requests, and other miscellaneous details in the office
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned by the Vice President for External Affairs

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must possess working knowledge of MS Office Suite (i.e., Excel, Microsoft Outlook, PowerPoint Publisher)
  • Need to be able to multitask in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple high-level priorities.
  • Ability to identify opportunities to create and improve systems without direction
  • Must have knowledge of maintaining web pages/online content as well as social media platforms such as Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  • Must possess high discretion and confidentiality and exercise sound judgment
  • Must possess outstanding customer service and conflict resolution skills

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum of HS Diploma required; College Education preferred; graduate of a clerical/secretarial training school highly desirable
  • Minimum of 5 years of work experience in an office environment
  • Experience in an academic setting or similar setting preferred
  • Specialized experience with payroll, budget monitoring, and the maintenance of bookkeeping records associated with office accounts

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • This position requires frequent walking, standing, talking and sitting at a desk for long periods of time
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends for special events as necessary
  • Ability to use mobile phones, smart devices, and copiers are necessary in the performance of this position
  • Ability to engage alumni and parents in a manner that is friendly, professional and welcoming to all who enter the office.

 

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. .

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Assistant Director-Community Service

Position Title:      Assistant Director
Classification:      Exempt
Department:        Community Service
Reports To:          Director of Community Service

POSITION SUMMARY:

The primary role of the Assistant Director is to design, manage, and oversee the implementation of the Bonner and Adams Scholars Program for student development, particularly in the areas of service and leadership development. The Assistant Director will serve as the primary point of contact for students identified as Bonner and Adams Scholars. This position will provide direction as needed to the Program Coordinator (i.e., student trips; event logistics and preparation; events communication and correspondence, etc.). The Assistant Director is responsible for developing and leading co-curricular programs and services that engage Men of Morehouse in community service and volunteer activities. Additionally, the Assistant Director will create and support curricular and cocurricular opportunities that utilize service as a means for student learning and development, to advance our integrated academic experience model.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage program implementation for all Bonner and Adams Scholars throughout the academic year (i.e., designing program curriculum; ensure that students comply with program requirements; implement and strengthen existing processes for recruitment, selection, placement, and retention of students for the program)
  • Identify, coordinate, and monitor all service placement sites for Bonner and Adams Scholars
  • Perform site visits and complete evaluation of program service providers
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff, nonprofit and community to integrate service and social justice in co-curricular and curricular experiences
  • Train and supervise student leadership team, who assist with volunteer training, programming, projects and initiatives
  • Plan and oversee coordination of the first-year service trip and sophomore exchange for program scholars
  • Plan marquee institutional and community events such as Servant Leaders Crown Forum, It’s On the House and MLK Day of Service.
  • Provide on-site supervision of events and activities, as required.
  • Respond to students’ concerns as necessary
  • Assist with annual performance reports and program evaluation
  • Assist with the collection of data on service-learning and volunteer efforts at Morehouse College to document and assess the impact of our work and community needs
  • Track, approve, and report students’ volunteer hours via volunteer management software
  • Participate in all meetings related to scholar programs with internal and external stakeholders
  • Serve on campus committees, as requested.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Understanding of the principles of service-learning, volunteerism and civic engagement

 

  • Competency in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Must have working knowledge of volunteer management software, Banner and MS Office Suite software programs, including database analysis and reporting
  • Must possess strong organizational, interpersonal, written, verbal communication and community service skills
  • Professional demeanor and ability to interact well with the campus constituents as well as public community representatives, and organizations requesting information and service
  • Ability to prioritize workload is required

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Master’s degree is required.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience working in a community service program is preferred
  • Previous work experience in higher education or non-profit organizations is required

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to walk, sit, or stand for extended periods of time
  • Must be flexible to work evenings or weekends as necessary
  • Ability to push, pull, or lift up to 20lbs as necessary
  • Ability to travel locally is required

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. .

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

Institutional Research Analyst

Position Title: Institutional Research Analyst  
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Academic Affairs/Institutional Research and Effectiveness       
Reports To: Director, Institutional Research & Effectiveness      

POSITION SUMMARY

The Department of Institutional Research and Effectiveness (DIRE) at Morehouse College is seeking an analyst to collect, prepare, analyze, and report institutional data in collaboration with other DIRE staff to facilitate College-wide, data-informed decision-making. This position supports institutional research, assessment, strategic planning, accreditation, and other activities by ensuring data integrity and improving data access and analysis capabilities for administrators, faculty, staff and external entities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Collect, manipulate, analyze, and report institutional data to internal and external entities on routine and ad hoc basis
  • Ensure timely and accurate reporting of student and other data to federal, regional, and other external organizations
  • Provide data analysis to support grant applications, implementation, and follow-up reports as necessary
  • Lead and provide support for the design and/or implementation of institutional surveys, outcomes assessment measures, and other data-collection methods
  • Provide data and data analysis to departments to support annual assessment, program review, and accreditation needs
  • Maintain detailed records of analysis activities and procedures
  • Prepare, compile and analyze qualitative data and assist in the interpretation of the data
  • Keep abreast of industry trends through participation in professional development, conferences, and workshops

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of descriptive and inferential statistics
  • Working knowledge of data collection, analysis, and reporting techniques
  • Highly detail oriented with strong analytical and planning abilities
  • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with minimum direction/supervision
  • Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methodology, including survey design
  • General knowledge of business intelligence and/or reporting tools such as Argos, Tableau, PowerBI etc.

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative discipline such as statistics, social/behavioral sciences, education or other related field
  • Experience with SQL, Microsoft Excel and Access
  • Experience with SPSS, Stata, SAS or other statistical package
  • Experience in higher education, institutional research, or assessment preferred
  • Experience working in Ellucian Banner ERP and Argos preferred

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Sitting and standing for extended periods of time.
  • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, mouse, power tools, and to handle other computer components.

Transcript Acknowledgment:

If my position requires a degree, I acknowledge that I have been notified to provide Morehouse College with an official college/university transcript, which is to be used to validate my qualifying credentials. I recognize that I am required to have my official transcript sent/made available to the Morehouse College within thirty (30) days of signing this acknowledgment statement. I understand my employment with the University is contingent on the delivery of my official transcript. Therefore, failure to comply with this requirement could jeopardize my employment with Morehouse College could result in termination of my employment.

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 

 


Director of Annual Giving

Position Title: Director of Annual Giving
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Institutional Advancement
Reports To: Vice President of Institutional Advancement

POSITION SUMMARY

The Office of Institutional Advancement is seeking an accomplished, responsive, collaborative and results-oriented fundraiser to join its Advancement team. This team member will be responsible for overseeing the Annual Giving program strategies directed towards alumni, donors and vested stakeholders of the College. The ability to think and act strategically will be critical to the success of this position.

Reporting to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Director of Annual Giving is responsible for administering all aspects of the planning, directing and implementing of a comprehensive annual giving program that reaches out to all the College’s constituencies, including alumni, faculty and staff, parents, and friends of the College. The Director of Annual Giving will play a pivotal role in increasing alumni participation rates and annual giving support in preparation for Morehouse’s next capital campaign.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ability to articulate the vision, mission, goals and core values of the College and its programs to internal and external stakeholders
  • Work closely with the unit heads on fundraising initiatives and oversee fundraising volunteers where applicable
  • Design and implement a multi-year strategic plan to grow annual giving support for the College and increase participation across constituent types
  • Manage a portfolio of annual giving leadership level gift prospects and develop pipeline of major gifts prospects in coordination with major gifts officers
  • Lead the annual strategy and day-to-day work plan for the annual giving program
  • Lead volunteer recruitment, training and recognition for annual giving activities including alumni, parents, and corporate partners
  • Develop and oversee a strategy to improve acquisition, renewal and pledge fulfillment
  • Oversee multi-channel (mail, phone, email, social media) mass solicitation strategies to increase giving and participation
  • Develop and implement strategies to encourage increased leadership annual giving
  • Identify best practices, opportunity for capacity building and growth, solicitation strategies and stewardship for the annual giving program
  • Grow and expand the Reunion Giving program
  • Write and coordinate corporate and foundation grants on behalf of the department
  • Steward and manage annual scholarship program
  • Assist with professional development and best practices for College community as it relates to annual giving fundraising
  • Maintain relevancy in the field through continuous learning and professional development
  • Maintain strict confidentiality as outlined in the College’s Policy on Confidentiality of Constituent Information
  • Other duties as assigned by the Vice President

MINIMUM POSITION REQUIREMENTS (education, experience, including certifications, licenses, etc.)

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, marketing, business, liberal arts or related field
  • Five+ years of related and progressively more responsibility or expansive work experience in professional fundraising, alumni/donor relations, public relations, marketing or related field
  • Experience with direct and digital marketing.
  • Experience with planned giving techniques and vehicles
  • Experience with board and volunteer management
  • Working knowledge of tax laws affecting charitable giving
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills and intellectual curiosity
  • Collaborative team-oriented style. Ability to work with a variety of personality types.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Valid driver’s license

PREFERRED QUALIFICATION

  • Experience in a higher education environment, having participated in a comprehensive campaign.
  • Proven and demonstrated ability to cultivate, solicit, and steward gifts up to $50,000 and/or more
  • Experience with fundraising and financial software
  •  

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • This position is largely a sedentary role, however, requires some travel,
  • Minimum lifting of less than 10 lbs
  • Some long standing and walking

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Director of Career Services

Position Title: Director of Career Services
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department:Career Services
Reports To: Associate Vice President of Student Service

POSITION SUMMARY

Under the direction of the Associate Vice President of Student Service, the Director leads a team of professional and support staff members to provide comprehensive career services to students. The Director leads initiatives that serve students, faculty, and employers supporting career development, career education, and job & internship recruitment. The anticipated starting date is July of 2019.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Sets strategic goals and objectives and provides direction and leadership for all aspects of office functions, policies, and procedures to maintain efficient operations
  • Develop objectives based on the needs of the student population and desired student learning and development outcomes
  • Plans, administers, monitors, and controls departmental budgets, writes grant proposals, as appropriate, to support innovative programming and services, and oversees revenue-generating activities, such as Career Fairs and conferences
  • Develop four years (from pre-admit to graduation) career pathways for each classification
  • Work with each academic department to build into their curriculum (preferably in their junior and senior year) experiential learning, including but not limited to internships and co-ops experiences
  • Provides general supervision and direction of all staff with direct supervisory responsibility for Assistant Director, Career Advisor(s) and Data Specialist, and support staff member
  • Recruits, hires, and trains staff and oversees the performance management process.
  • Leads the collection and dissemination of career data (internship data, recruiting statistics, etc.) to key constituents on and off campus (academic departments, administration, ranking and evaluation agencies, etc.).
  • Utilize and mange career exploration software solutions and related information systems to optimize career and graduate school readiness
  • Participates in College level meetings, programs, and events with special outreach and collaboration with Student Affairs, Academic Departments, Academic Advising, Admissions, College Relations, and more.
  • Represent the College on professional consortia locally, statewide, and nationally.
  • Work with First Year Experience (FYE) transition course faculty, FYE transition instructors, Student Affairs, and academic advisors to encourage the inclusion of academic and career planning advising assessment and technology tools.
  • Provides career advising for students, generally and for designated populations.
  • Provides general advice on academic advising related topics
  • Utilizes both formal and informal career development assessments and resources to facilitate the career development process and support career success.
  • Collaborates with targeted internal and external constituents (faculty, staff, and professionals) to develop expertise and provide specialized advising on careers and occupational trends.
  • Utilizes technology and web-based applications, such as Handshake, to facilitate the career development/job search process and track outcomes and effectiveness.
  • Stays current on job trends, job search techniques, and participates in professional organizations to foster continuous professional development.
  • Acts as a transition instructor for First Year Experience and Career-Decision Making course as needed.
  • Manages and oversees the facilitation of a robust calendar of career development events and programs. Develops and facilitates monthly Career Services workshops, seminars, and presentations.
  • Participates in Admission recruitment events, Student Life events, and other College-wide activities to promote Career Services to prospective and current students.
  • Develop and continuously improve programs and services in response to the changing needs of students and the evolving institutional priorities.
  • Designs and executes departmental level marketing and promotion of services to students, the campus community.
  • Proactively reaches out to academic departments and administrators to increase collaboration and student involvement in Career Services initiatives.
  • Leads outreach to employers to identify collaborative and mutually beneficial opportunities to support the experiential and career development needs of Morehouse students.
  • Facilitates connections between employers and students on and off campus for recruitment, networking and career development (e.g. fairs, interviews, meet and greets, site visits, etc.).
  • Facilitates and maintains affiliation agreements between employers and the college to enable student participation in experiential learning (e.g. shadowing, internships, clinics, etc.).
  •  

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of benefits compliance regulations.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to train stakeholders in benefits program trends.
  • Ability to adapt and shifting priorities.
  • Ability to work in a highly diverse environment of students, faculty, and staff.

MINIMUM POSITION REQUIREMENTS (education, experience, including certifications, licenses, etc.)

  • Master's degree in a discipline directly related to staffing, employment, career development, human resources or other relevant areas with five years of experience in Career Services, human resources or related field. Proven leadership, supervisory and change management experience.
  • Thorough understanding of and commitment to the goals and responsibilities of the centralized career services concept and the mission of a comprehensive, liberal arts college.
  • Proven success in building collaborative relationships
  • Outstanding leadership, coaching, team building and supervisory skills
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Demonstrated public relations/marketing abilities to be used on behalf of the college as a whole and Career Services specifically.
  • Ability to apply general office and Career Services software applications
  • Strong public speaking and written communication skills
  • The desire and proven ability to lead a student-centered office

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Frequent standing, walking, and sitting for extended periods of time is required.
  • Lifting 40 lbs. as needed.

 

Transcript Acknowledgment:

If my position requires a degree, I acknowledge that I have been notified to provide Morehouse College with an official college/university transcript, which is to be used to validate my qualifying credentials. I recognize that I am required to have my official transcript sent/made available to the Morehouse College within thirty (30) days of signing this acknowledgment statement. I understand my employment with the University is contingent on the delivery of my official transcript. Therefore, failure to comply with this requirement could jeopardize my employment with Morehouse College could result in termination of my employment.

 

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 

 

 

 

 


Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance

Position Title: Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Human Resources and Office of Compliance
Reports To: Associate Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Compliance Officer

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will develop and implement systems and technologies to facilitate an efficient athletics compliance program and manage operational aspects of the athletic department. This position will report to the Associate Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Compliance Officer. This position will focus on educating student athletes, coaches, and staff on compliance requirements as well as implementing best practices across the institution related to athletics compliance in the areas of financial aid, recruitment, registration, and the athletics department in general. The College’s NCAA Division II sports programs are comprised of the following: football, cross-country, basketball, track and field, tennis, baseball, and golf.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Athletics Compliance

  • Determines student-athletes eligibility for financial aid; participate in playing and practice seasons; and continuing eligibility within the context of NCAA, Conference, and Morehouse rules, policies, and procedures and program evaluation compliance.
  • Prepares and maintains squad lists for all sports; updates any change in status to student athletes.
  • Provides NCAA interpretation to all coaches and athletic advisors; utilizes NCAA legislative service database; serves as contact between NCAA and conference office.
  • Updates compliance manual; updates annually with all new NCAA or SIAC rules and regulations.
  • Monitors all coaches’ recruiting materials such as phone logs; playing and practice season; weekly athletic related activities; contact and evaluations with prospective student athletes; permissible recruiters; official visits; and employment.
  • Provides clearance for official visits, physicals, and term employment for student athletes.
  • Assists in the investigation and processing of all Conference / NCAA violations.
  • Plans, develops, implements, and coordinates the operation of life skills programs for student athletes engaged in intercollegiate sports.
  • Be a team player with the ability to build rapport with a diverse range of coaches, staff and student athletes.
  • Serve on college-wide committees and project groups as appropriate.

  Athletics Department Operations

  • Assist with the operations of Athletics to include coordinating budget, athletic facilities, strategic planning, and managing special projects.
  • Assist with managing vendor contracts for all athletic teams.
  • Assist with managing the social media platform including web strategy and design.
  • May supervise the administrative assistant position (s).

Institutional Compliance

  • Assist in responding to institutional audits.
  • Assist in completing institutional priorities/projects.
  • Act as a backup to other compliance team member and assist in other duties as assigned.
  • Assist with managing all aspects of compliance programs under scope which may include maintaining policies & procedures, conducting ongoing monitoring and testing and preparing reports.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must be proficient in data collection and analysis for compliance reporting.
  • Proficiency in NCAA Compliance Assistance software application.
  • Must possess strong leadership skills and ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituents in a diverse community.
  • Knowledge of NCAA recruiting rules and student athlete academic eligibility requirements.
  • Knowledge of state and federal financial aid policies, procedures, and eligibility requirements.   
  • Excellent communication skills with attention to detail.
  • Ability to develop and maintain organizational and record-keeping systems and procedures.
  • Knowledge of NCAA academic and behavioral rules, regulations, guidelines, and standards for student athletes.
  • Knowledge NCAA team sport operations rules and regulations.
  • Knowledge of NCAA regulations and guidelines governing the recruitment and retention of student athletes.
  • Must have excellent program, project and budget management skills.
  • Knowledge of mental health and life skills development principles, practices and techniques, as related to college athletes.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor's degree required with prior experience directly related to the specified duties and responsibilities.
  • Minimum of two (2) years of professional work experience with NCAA/SIAC athletic compliance rules and regulations is required.

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to lift 40 lbs. without assistance.
  • Frequent standing, walking, and bending is required.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary.

 

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Director of Financial Aid

Position Title: Director of Financial Aid
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Enrollment Management
Reports To: VP of Enrollment Management

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Full-time, year-round position responsible for the administration of all financial aid operations and scholarship programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Plans, supervises, and evaluates the financial aid operations of the College.
  • Maintains the integrity of the financial aid recordkeeping process.
  • Performs fiduciary function as it relates to job responsibilities.
  • Maintains an office environment that promotes student learning and the development of high quality customer service.
  • Supervises the preparation and submission of institutional, state, and federal reports.
  • Provides strong, hands-on leadership in departmental organization, management, processing, technology, and customer service.
  • Develops and implements policies and procedures designed to maximize processing of financial aid.
  • Oversees departmental budget planning and administration.
  • Maintains accountability for internal and external audits related to financial aid; responds to audit inquiries; participates in resolving audit issues in cooperation with the college controller's office.
  • Develops and maintains collaborative relationships with appropriate college departments.
  • Exercises professional judgment in the review of all appeals.
  • Serves on college committees/councils.
  • Supports the enrollment management efforts of the college.
  • Responsible for the award and disbursement of all federal and state aid as well as scholarships/grants in accordance with federal state and local laws and policies.
  • Works collaboratively with IT staff to make programming changes to meet regulatory requirements and to provide constant improvements to decrease manual processing and reduce processing time.
  • Works with local high schools by conducting workshops for students and parents and being a resource person to answer questions on financial aid.
  • Participates in professional development activities to maintain currency of knowledge in the specific area of responsibility and matters related to Student Services.
  • Awards institutional scholarships.
  • Responsible for coordinating, documenting, and implementing all unit action planning, outcomes assessment, and institutional effectiveness efforts within the scope of administrative supervision.
  • Monitors and promotes progress toward meeting the goals and objectives of the College's Equity Update Report.
  • Acts in accordance with College policies and procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
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REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Working knowledge of the Banner System highly desirable. 
  • Knowledge of pertinent state and federal regulations, policies and procedures relating to Financial Aid required. 
  • Ability to direct complex programs, manage data and systems, and prepare detailed reports in a technologically oriented student information system. 
  • Ability to develop, implement and evaluate policies, procedures, processes, and personnel. 
  • Good presentations skills. 
  • Ability to maintain an office environment that promotes student learning and the development of high quality customer service.

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • The minimum of a Bachelor's degree required
  • Master's degree preferred in an area related to higher education administration, student personnel services, or other closely related major.
  • Minimum of four years experience in a college or university financial aid office is required; management experience in a comprehensive financial aid office is desirable.
  • Experience in the use of Microsoft Office with particular emphasis on the database and spreadsheet applications required. 

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Some lifting of less than 40-lbs; walking across campus, sitting and standing for extended periods of time.
  • Effectively use, lift and move typical office equipment including but not limited to multiple-line telephone; copier, computer, iPad, tablet, and other mobile devices.

Transcript Acknowledgment:

If my position requires a degree, I acknowledge that I have been notified to provide Morehouse College with an official college/university transcript, which is to be used to validate my qualifying credentials. I recognize that I am required to have my official transcript sent/made available to the Morehouse College within thirty (30) days of signing this acknowledgment statement. I understand my employment with the University is contingent on the delivery of my official transcript. Therefore, failure to comply with this requirement could jeopardize my employment with Morehouse College could result in termination of my employment.

  

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 


Technology Support Analyst

Position Title:  Technology Support Analyst
Department: Information Technology Services
Reports To: Service Desk, Manager

Position Summary

Morehouse College seeks a highly motivated, creative, dynamic, and collaborative individual to fill the position of Technology Support Analyst. This position is responsible for supporting technology in classrooms for face to face instruction as well as assisting with teleconferencing, audio/visual, hardware/software, peripheral devices, multimedia platforms, and emerging technology. Troubleshoot technology issues while classes/events are in session. Support a wide array of applications on both Windows and MAC operating systems. Contribute to the daily workload of the Service Desk. Provide excellent service to the faculty, staff, students, and the broader Morehouse College campus community. The successful candidate will be expected to be flexible, highly organized with great attention to detail, and able to work under pressure while maintaining a professional, courteous and customer service focused attitude at all times.

 

Essential Duties/Responsibilities

  • Instruct, coach and assist students, faculty and staff in the use of multimedia equipment, software and
  • technology elements ancillary to the instructional mission of the college.
  •  Develop and maintain operating instructions/guidelines for classroom multimedia and videoconferencing systems.
  • Work with a wide range of software including, audio, video, and web applications on Windows and Mac OS.
  •  Troubleshoot a wide range of technical issues across a multitude of platforms and environments.
  • Participate in day to day operations and service of the Service Desk
  • Provide on-site and remote technical support for audio visual equipment and videoconferencingWork with partner institutions and consortia to bring collaborative tech initiatives to fruition.
  • Serve as technical liaison and primary contact for all classroom technology issues
  • Provide guidance for new and renovated classroom design, manage and coordinate work with 3rd party A/V vendors and
  • Administrate various teaching and learning "cloud based" software.
  • Assist in the implementation of programs and projects associated with grant/gift awards
  • Ability to work evening, weekend, special event support as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

 Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Bachelor's degree required.
  • Preferred higher education experience working with various distance learning technologies, audio visual equipment, networked computers and various multimedia and productivity software.
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills.Ability to work professionally with a diverse group of students, faculty, staff and visitors on a daily basis.
  • Excellent organization and time management skills; ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, including defining scope, setting objectives, determining timelines, acquiring resources, tracking progress, and preparing reports.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The Technology Support Analyst will on a routine and daily basis, be required to sit or stand for prolonged periods of time. The technology support analyst may be required to lift, move or carry computer equipment up to fifty (50) pounds. In certain situations it may be required to bend, kneel, and crawl under desks and cabinets. Incumbent may occasionally be exposed to allergens while performing essential functions of the job.

 

Transcript Acknowledgment:

If my position requires a degree, I acknowledge that I have been notified to provide Morehouse College with an official college/university transcript, which is to be used to validate my qualifying credentials. I recognize that I am required to have my official transcript sent/made available to the Morehouse College within thirty (30) days of signing this acknowledgment statement. I understand my employment with the University is contingent on the delivery of my official transcript. Therefore, failure to comply with this requirement could jeopardize my employment with Morehouse College could result in termination of my employment.

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 


Title IX Investigator

Position Title: Title IX Investigator
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Human Resources and Ethics & Compliance
Reports To: Associate Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Compliance Officer

 

POSITION SUMMARY

The Title IX Investigator is primarily responsible for investigating Title IX/Sexual misconduct complaints received by the Ethics and Compliance Office (ECO). Utilizing sound investigatory principles, the Title IX Investigator is responsible for investigating conduct that is prohibited by the College’s Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures for students and employees, including but not limited to complaints of sexual/gender harassment, sexual assault, stalking, and relationship violence. The Title IX Investigator is also responsible for conducting applicable legal research as it relates to the current trends and laws governing sexual misconduct in higher education.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Investigations:

  • Conduct prompt, thorough and equitable investigations for Title IX/Sexual Misconduct complaints filed by Morehouse College students, faculty, staff, visitors or third-party participants.
  • Utilize sound trauma-informed investigatory principles when interviewing complainants, respondents, witnesses, and other related individuals to determine if a violation of policies occurred.
  • Prepare comprehensive executive report and summary of all findings based upon an analysis and synthesis of evidence gathered during the investigation.
  • Maintain appropriate communications with the Associate Vice President of Human Resources and the Director of Title IX regarding reports and initial coordinated response.

Reports, Research and Data Maintenance:

  • Research applicable legal research pertaining to Title IX, Title VII and other civil rights laws.
  • Develop internal and external reports regarding complaints and investigations.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Associate Vice President of Human Resources.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Absolute respect for the dignity of all people, regardless of their behaviors or circumstances.
  • Excellent judgment with the ability to manage highly sensitive and confidential information.
  • Strong skills in the areas of conflict resolution, problem solving techniques, interviewing and investigation.
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to assess and negotiate complex, highly sensitive situations.
  • Exceptional critical thinking skills demonstrated by the ability to analyze information, evaluate results, and facilitate resolution of difficult challenges, including the ability to handle issues of complex and extreme sensitivity. Skill in writing concise, logical analytical reports and to present oral arguments to convey complex issues. Ability to maintain neutrality and work under stress.
  • Strong and effective interpersonal skills including the ability to listen well and demonstrate sensitivity to and respect for individual needs.
  • Demonstrated excellent communication, planning, reasoning and organizational skills, as well as excellent judgment and discretion required. Must interact with others in a professional, respectful and thoughtful manner.
  • Demonstrated experience working independently and taking initiative.
  • Demonstrated experience reading and interpreting complex legal documents to evaluate their impact on College policy and procedures including experience working with nondiscrimination laws and compliance regulations including Title IX, the Clery Act, and FERPA.
  • Success in working with diverse constituencies, both domestic and international, to support an inclusive campus environment.
  • Experience in human development and/or counseling (especially related to alcohol/drugs and/or sexual assault and/or human development) and/or criminal justice or related fields.
  • Familiarity with legal, social and other factors relevant to student behavior and campus adjudication proceedings.
  • Familiarity working with GBTQ+ community.

 MINIMUM POSITION REQUIREMENTS (education, experience, including certifications, licenses, etc.)

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Four (4) years of professional experience conducting comprehensive investigations for Title IX-related matters or Employee Relations matters
  • Equivalent combination of degree and experience may be considered.
  • Excellent writing, analytical, and problem-solving skills, attention to detail, trauma-informed communication, and the ability to exercise independent sound judgment and reasoning;
  • Strong organizational skills and the flexibility to work independently as well as in a team environment are a must;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office Word and other Internet applications;
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Experience investigating cases of sexual and interpersonal violence.
  • Experience in areas of higher education with experience conducting investigations and knowledge of complexities surrounding investigations in a college setting.
  • Experience working with college students.
  • Title IX Investigator training certification.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Frequent standing, walking, and sitting for extended periods of time is required.
  • Lifting 40 lbs. as needed.

 

Transcript Acknowledgment:

If my position requires a degree, I acknowledge that I have been notified to provide Morehouse College with an official college/university transcript, which is to be used to validate my qualifying credentials. I recognize that I am required to have my official transcript sent/made available to the Morehouse College within thirty (30) days of signing this acknowledgment statement. I understand my employment with the University is contingent on the delivery of my official transcript. Therefore, failure to comply with this requirement could jeopardize my employment with Morehouse College could result in termination of my employment.

 

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Slate CRM (Customer Relationship Management) System Administrator/Admissions and Recruitment Data Specialist

Position Title:       Slate (Customer Relationship Management) System Administrator/Admissions & Recruitment Data Specialist

Division/Department:    Admissions and Recruitment
Reports To: Director of Admissions and Recruitment

                              

POSITION SUMMARY:

Slate: Designed and developed exclusively for higher education admissions, Slate is the only solution that can handle the breadth and depth of modern admissions. Encompassing CRM, outreach, travel management, online applications, and online reading. Slate is new to Morehouse College. Position will report to the Director of Admissions and Recruitment. The Slate CRM (Customer Relationship Management) System Administrator/Admissions and Recruitment Data Specialist is responsible for the administration and support of the Slate CRM platform.   To be successful, the candidate must have hands-on administration and configuration skills. He/she must have a service-oriented mindset, a passion for technology and innovation and be committed to fostering a culturally diverse atmosphere for staff and students. Qualified candidates should possess strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate technical details to non-technical staff in an understandable way.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Extensive knowledge of Slate CRM (Customer Relationship Management) System
  • Daily administration and support of the Slate platform including but not limited to managing user setup, profiles and roles, customization of objects, fields, record types, page layouts, etc.
  • Create, manage and refine custom reports and dashboards.
  • Keeping abreast of new Slate features and functionality and providing recommendations for process improvement. Adaptable to changing responsibilities with the advancement of technological improvements.
  • Track identified system problems through resolution
  • Create and maintain documentation on processes, policies, application configuration as the Slate platform is developed
  • Aptitude for technology, successful experience working in an environment that requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, ability to multitask and work in an environment that requires significant data entry over an extended period of time.
  • Maintaining standard admission data processing operating procedures
  • Ensure full compliance with Morehouse application processing regulations
  • Ability to operate to the highest levels of customer care and absolute commitment to meeting strict response deadlines.
  • Outstanding attention to detail.
  • Able to dedicate long periods in front of a computer.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, professional demeanor, ability to work in a team environment in a collaborative and cohesive manner, ability to cope with changing priorities professionally and to multi-task and to maintain composure while under deadline pressure.
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and have an extreme sense of urgency.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  •  Working knowledge of relational databases and data integration tools
  • Experience in the higher education industry

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • 1-2 years of Slate administration and operational support
  • Excellent communication, analytical, and critical problem solving skills. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team, on multiple projects
  • Adaptable to changing responsibilities with the advancement of technological improvements.
  • Proficiency with Slate CRM System, Banner, MS Office Suite
  • Associates degree or 3 years of equivalent professional/technical experience

Apply by using the following method:

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application.

Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

 


Associate Director for Residential Education

Position Title: Associate Director for Residential Education
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Department of Housing and Residential Education
Reports To: Director of Housing and Residential Education

POSITION SUMMARY

Under the direction of the Director of Housing and Residential Education, the Associate Director of Residential Education is a full-time live-in position that provides leadership and direction to the Department of Housing and Residential Education. The incumbent provides daily oversight of Residence Life including community standards/conduct, student safety, student engagement programming, and student development programming. The Associate Director oversees all aspects of the community and individual development that occur in the Residence Halls including RA training, RA programming, and Living/Learning Communities. The Associate Director supervises a team of Community Directors, which is an entry-level full-time housing professional. This position will assist the Director of Housing and Residential Education in forecasting and evaluating staffing.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Supervision and oversight of a staff of Community Directors and Resident Advisors.
  • Encourages, promotes and coordinates professional development and training of all housing staff members to ensure active engagement whether in educational programming, technology, crisis management, judicial, or custodial/maintenance purposes.
  • Participates as a member of the DHRE Leadership Team
  • Assists with developing and shaping departmental policy/procedure while ensuring compliance of College, state and federal policy/procedure.
  • Assists with developing, implementing and evaluating short and long term housing goals.
  • Works with the housing administrative team in system planning and evaluation.
  • Serves on the "On Call" rotation to manage through emergent situations.
  • Administration of the Residence Life program
  • Suggests, develops, implements, and evaluates the total student personnel program within the residence hall system.
  • Maintains emergency response protocol and program for the residence facilities.
  • Oversees and ensures compliance with all judicial processes as maintained by housing.
  • Oversight and/or facilitation of departmental committees, special programs, and regular meetings.
  • Ensures an inclusive environment that promotes the success of students from all diverse backgrounds.
  • Proposes and assists in the development of living options and/or other student retention strategies; implements and evaluates special living options/theme floors; and provides supervision of academic living/learning initiatives.
  • Provides guidance/oversight to a variety of regular department meetings and paraprofessional staff committees.
  • In coordination with the DHRE Leadership team, sets goals for regular assessment and evaluation of Residence Life programs and initiatives.
  • Partners with campus offices to enhance student services, diversity and inclusion, and retention initiatives.
  • In addition, actively participates as part of the team while performing other duties in support of the enterprise's mission.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Master’s Degree in Student Personnel or related field preferred
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills
  • Knowledge of counseling practices
  • Administrative ability and supervisory skills
  • Ability to work with, manage and train large groups
  • Ability to work with a diverse population
  • Knowledge of and commitment to maintaining a student development focus in their buildings

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Frequent standing, walking, and sitting for extended periods of time is required.

 

Transcript Acknowledgment:

If my position requires a degree, I acknowledge that I have been notified to provide Morehouse College with an official college/university transcript, which is to be used to validate my qualifying credentials. I recognize that I am required to have my official transcript sent/made available to the Morehouse College within thirty (30) days of signing this acknowledgment statement. I understand my employment with the University is contingent on the delivery of my official transcript. Therefore, failure to comply with this requirement could jeopardize my employment with Morehouse College could result in termination of my employment.

 

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.


Community Director

Position Title: Community Director
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Department of Housing and Residential Education
Reports To: Associate Director of Housing and Residential Education

POSITION SUMMARY

Under the direction of the Associate Director of Housing and Residential Education, the Community Director is a full-time live-in position that provides leadership and direction to a residential community of fewer than 325 students. The incumbent is responsible for managing all aspects of residence hall(s) including supervision of student staff, management of building facilities, developmental contact with residents and overseeing judicial, educational and social outreach within the hall.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES 

Holistic Student Learning and Community Development

  • Initiate one-on-one developmental contact with residents and provide learning opportunities through educational outreach Develop a sense of community within a residence hall
  • Provide innovative educational and social programs and initiatives in the hall Promote the departments four major learning areas through a curricular approach: Academics and Career, Inclusion and Equity, Involvement and Leadership, and Health and Wellness
  • Promote staff/hall government unity
  • Write and distribute a bi-monthly newsletter
  • Work cooperatively with students to ensure an environment, which displays respect for the rights and privacy of others and promotes consideration of individual needs in a group living environment.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of campus agencies, along with their services and functions, in order to provide academic and personal support to residential students.
  • Meet regularly with the DHRE leadership team to build community within the unit and discuss unit operations. The leadership team consists of the Associate Dean of the College for Residential Education, Associate Director of Housing and Residential Education, and the Assistant Director for Housing Services.

Supervision

  • Provide RAs with high quality individual guidance and training
  • Perform frequent, proactive assessments of staff

Administration

  • Manage occupancy and facilities issues within hall
  • Report and track facility concerns on a regular basis
  • Ensure that important procedures and policies (i.e. room changes, damage billing, etc.) are accurately and effectively communicated to residents
  • Manage hall council financial accounts and budgets

Student Conduct and Community Standards

  • Serve as Rights and Responsibilities Officer for student conduct cases in the residential cluster and adjudicate such cases making appropriate referrals.
  • Consult with the Assistant Dean of the College for Student Conduct on conduct action as appropriate.

Counseling, Crisis Management and Emergency Response

  • Provide and participate in rotating college-wide on call coverage, including weekends and holidays to handle emergencies, including group disturbances and other significant safety issues.
  • Encourage the safety and security of residential students in the houses.
  • Provide referral counseling to students and consult with the Counseling and Disabilities Resource Center liaisons as needed.
  • Act as a mediator in conflict situations when needed (i.e. roommate conflicts, staff conflicts, apartment conflicts, noise disruptions, etc.).
  • Assist in the direction of paraprofessional staff and ensure reporting of information in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • Work closely with the Division of Student Development staff, Campus Police and Campus Operations to develop, implement and evaluate responses to significant safety issues.

Department/Division Commitments

  • Contribute in a tangible way to the Division/Department through committees and other projects
  • Serve as volunteers in other institutional committees and projects (i.e., NSO Week, Graduation Committee, Homecoming, etc.)
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

Minimum qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills
  • Knowledge of counseling practices
  • Administrative ability and supervisory skills
  • Ability to work with, manage and train large groups

Additional Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Student Personnel or related field preferred
  • Ability to work with a diverse population
  • Knowledge of and commitment to maintaining a student development focus in their building

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Frequent standing, walking, and sitting for extended periods of time is required.

Transcript Acknowledgment:

If my position requires a degree, I acknowledge that I have been notified to provide Morehouse College with an official college/university transcript, which is to be used to validate my qualifying credentials. I recognize that I am required to have my official transcript sent/made available to the Morehouse College within thirty (30) days of signing this acknowledgment statement. I understand my employment with the University is contingent on the delivery of my official transcript. Therefore, failure to comply with this requirement could jeopardize my employment with Morehouse College could result in termination of my employment.

 

To be considered for a position with Morehouse College, please complete the employment application and upload your resume.  Please ensure that the position title and corresponding department are included on your cover letter, resume and/or employment application. 

 

 Morehouse College is an equal opportunity employer. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.