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


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Staff Vacancies

 

Position

Department

Job Description

 Compensation/HRIS Analyst

Human Resources

 Compensation/HRIS Analyst

 Program Specialist I

Title III

 Program Specialist I

 

Administrative Assistant I

Student Services 

 

Administrative Assistant I-Student Services

Administrative Assistant II

Biology/Director of Science Training

 Administrative Assistant II

Associate Dean for Residential Education

Housing & Residential Education

Associate Dean for Residential Education

Financial Aid Advisor I

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Advisor I

Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Assistant Director of Financial Aid

 Senior Communications Writer

 Strategic Communications

Senior Communications Writer

Special Projects and Events Specialist

Office of Institutional Advancement

 Special Projects and Events Specialist

Stewardship Coordinator

 Office of Institutional Advancement

 Stewardship Coordinator

Manager of Donor Events

Office of Institutional Advancement

Manager of Donor Events

Social Media Intern

Office of Institutional Advancement

Social Media Intern

Reunion Class and Volunteer Specialist

Office of Institutional Advancement

Reunion Class and Volunteer Specialist

Database Administrator

Office of Institutional Advancement

Database Administrator

Police Officer

Campus Police

Police Officer

Lieutenant

Campus Police

Lieutenant 

Security Officer

Campus Security

Security Officer

Data Processing Supervisor 

COMPASS

Data Processing Supervisor

Advancement Services Specialist

 Office of Institutional Advancement

 Advancement Services Specialist

 

 


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

 

Security Officer

JOB TITLE: Security Officer
RANK: Patrolman
REFERENCE NO: SO-04212015
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


Police Officer

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

Basic 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


Enrollment Management Counselor

Title: Enrollment Management Counselor
Department: Enrollment Services
Closing Date: Until filled                                                      
FLSA Status: Exempt                                                      
Job Status: Full-time     

POSITION SUMMARY

Enrollment Management Counselors will be the first point of contact within the Compass Service Center and the highest level of customer service to our students, families, and others seeking assistance with enrollment management services.  With a student-focused style, Counselors will provide appropriate information and guidance that engender trust to our students and aid our students in navigating and completing essential enrollment services. Our Counselors will thrive in a fast-paced environment and demonstrate a passion for higher education and every student’s achievement.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

Successful Counselors will be able to perform the following:

  • Respond to inquiries in a fast-paced environment in person, via phone, e-mail, or in writing to resolve problems and address concerns from students, parents, faculty, staff, and other third parties in the areas of registration, financial aid, student accounts/billing, and other related functions.
  • Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of all enrollment management services to include registration, financial aid processing, payments, refunds, housing, online payment services, etc..
  • Possess a working knowledge of applicable federal, state and institutional college policies and regulations in the areas related to enrollment management services.
  • Exhibit exceptional communication skills and high energy consistently while demonstrating the College’s core values that effectively engage and inform students through all communication channels (via phone, email, and in-person).
  • Possess an ability to provide guidance and education to students on completing enrollment management services
  • Assist and resolves inquiries to the enrollment management department and contacting other university offices as needed.
  • Assist with the intake and dissemination of information regarding enrollment management services. 

Complexity of the Position: this is a fast-paced, complex position engaged in a variety of tasks to include the facilitation of in-person, telephonic, and electronic contacts with the college’s enrollment management services.  It requires the ability to navigate several systems to moderate fast-paced, real-time traffic that arises through multiple channels of communications (in-person, telephone, electronic).  

  • Responsibility for contacts/interactions: this position has high visibility in daily contact with our students and parents to deliver and/or gather information and negotiate problems.  The incumbent must have high level of energy and possess proficiency of the College’s policies and practices related to enrollment management, to include admissions, financial aid, registration, housing, and student accounts.  The incumbent must manage interactions in a manner consistent with customer service standards.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Exhibit excellent quality service, follow through, and interaction with students and supporting departments in a collaborative manner, ensuring the student is well-prepared to begin their classes.
  • Demonstrate discernment and problem-solving skills to assist in efficient delivery of services. 
  • Problem solving: The incumbent must have a high level of discernment in determining when to escalate an issue.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • An Associate’s degree; a Bachelor’s degree is preferred
  • 1-3 years of experience delivering customer service as a front-line employee
  • Higher Education experience preferred.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Physical demands – no to light lifting.  Some standing (peak days)


Data Processing Supervisor

Reference No: DPS-071515
Department: COMPASS
Closing Date: Until Filled

Job Summary:

The Data Entry Supervisor supervises the staff and operations of the enrollment management data entry unit, which provides support for Admissions, Records and Registration, and Financial Aid and the college’s one-stop enrollment services shop. The Data Entry Supervisor prioritizes and plans workload of data entry tasks in compliance with schedules, deadlines, protocol and policy and reviews and analyses unit production and operations. 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND DUTIES:

  • Supervises two or more full-time employees, or their equivalent, on a regular basis.
  • Makes decisions regarding hiring, evaluation, promotion and termination of employees, or makes related recommendations that are given particular weight.
  • Establishes workload priorities, procedures, work assignments, and equipment and staffing requirements. Organizes and monitors work to maintain schedules, quality and quantity standards. Assigns and reviews work.
  • Maintain standard data processing procedures for all units supported by data entry.
  • Establishes and implements attendance and performance standards. Trains new staff on data entry and office procedures.
  • Compiles a variety of reports on unit production, personnel and operational information. Revises, maintains and updates data entry procedures manuals, coding instructions and other resource materials.
  • Confers with technical staff to create and design data entry programs and/or data entry screens
  • Supervises a variety of data entry projects, such as systems or data mapping, loading, testing, and data quality reviews.
  • Reviews, verifies, codes, enters and reconciles data and generates routine and specialized reports.
  • Coordinates data entry activities with other organizational units. Represents unit at meetings and on committees.
  • Knowledge of basic computer data entry tools, procedures and methods.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of supervision and training.
  • Skill in supervising and organizing data entry staff and functions.
  • Skill in using an alphanumeric keyboard.
  • Skill in reviewing proofing and verifying data.
  • Skill in creating routine and specialized reports measuring data entry productivity and quality.
  • Confers with technical staff to create and design data entry programs and/or data entry screens
  • Supervises a variety of data entry projects, such as systems or data mapping, loading, testing, and data quality reviews.
  • Reviews, verifies, codes, enters and reconciles data and generates routine and specialized reports.
  • Coordinates data entry activities with other organizational units. Represents unit at meetings and on committees.
  • Knowledge of basic computer data entry tools, procedures and methods.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of supervision and training.
  • Skill in supervising and organizing data entry staff and functions.
  • Skill in using an alphanumeric keyboard.
  • Skill in reviewing proofing and verifying data.
  • Skill in creating routine and specialized reports measuring data entry productivity and quality.
  • Supervises a variety of data entry projects, such as systems or data mapping, loading, testing, and data quality reviews.
  • Reviews, verifies, codes, enters and reconciles data and generates routine and specialized reports.
  • Coordinates data entry activities with other organizational units. Represents unit at meetings and on committees. Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing. 

Complexity of the Position: this is a highly complex position engaged in a variety of tasks to include supervision of all data-entry personnel in the college’s one-stop shop for enrollment services.  It requires the ability to navigate several ERP modules that support financial aid, records and registration and recruitment and admissions for the one-stop shop. The incumbent must be able to generate, monitor, analyses and draw inferences from systems reports to ensure efficient operations for data entry in the one-stop shop. This position is responsible for real-time and periodic development and modification of the workflows and management the data entry processes, particularly at the peak times for various one-stop shop service areas, to ensure that enrolment services data entry processes meet or exceed customer service standards. The incumbent operates with a high degree of independence and decision-making. Errors in this area will significantly impact finances and academic integrity at the institution.  The incumbent must be able to continually train his or her reports to meet the data-entry standards at the institution.

Responsibility for contacts/interactions: this position has high visibility in contacts with internal unit managers to deliver and/or gather information and negotiate problems. 

Problem solving: The incumbent is responsible for managing the data-intake and entry in the enrollment services area.  There will be a moderate degree of problem-solving skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Three years of experience entering data using an alphanumeric keyboard and verifying and proofing entered data, including one year of experience reconciling complex data entry discrepancies and leading data entry staff or any equivalent combination of experience, training, and/or education.

Two to five years of experience in higher education

Experience with Ellucian Banner modules applicable to financial and student modules


Part-Time Administrative Assistant I-Sports Program

Position Title:                 Administrative Assistant I
Classification:                 Non Exempt
Division/Department:    Office of Academic Affairs/Journalism & Sports Program
Reports To:                     Director, Journalism & Sports Program

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will report directly to the Director and will be responsible for greeting visitors, maintaining a neat, professional office environment and managing administrative tasks on a daily basis for the office of the Director of the Journalism and Sports Program.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Schedule appointments and manage daily schedule on behalf of the Director
  • Plan and publicize program events, including flyer design and communications to constituents
  • Liaison to all campus departments to coordinate all program events and activities
  • Maintain files electronically and maintain all records for existing students in the program as well as previous students enrolled in the program
  • Assist with budget maintenance, requisitions for purchases and travel reimbursements for the Director on a daily basis
  • Assist with preparation of class materials (copying/uploading documents for class instruction)

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must possess a neat, professional appearance at all times
  • Must have a strong customer service demeano
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skill
  • Must be able to use Mac computer and proficient in Mac software program
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Must be able to interact with all levels of the organization and public figures, when necessary
  • Proficient in social media platforms
  • Ability to process complex information quickly is requiredEDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
  •  Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Proficiency in MS Office programs (MS Word; MS Excel; MS Powerpoint; MS Outlook) is required
  • Experience in note taking and proofreading is required

 

Physical Demands:

  • Ability to stand, sit, or walk for extended periods of time is required
  • Ability to work frequent evenings and weekends is required
  • Must be able to use computer and perform online research for extended periods of time

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Manager of Donor Events

Position Title: Manager of Donor Events
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Institutional Advancement
Reports To: Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for coordinating logistics for events, programs, and activities for donor relations purposes. This position will perform logistics oversight associated with all donor relations activities as necessary. This position is an individual contributor and will collaborate closely with the Stewardship Coordinator when necessary.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Acknowledge major donors, compiles biographical and financial information to update files and maintain accurate records pertaining to the College’s stewardship program
  • Responsible for daily activities in support of development programs, prepares advertisements or correspondence regarding the College and its programs
  • Performs logistical support for donor relations events, programs, and activities
  • Edits memorial/honor gift acknowledgements, types, and distributes monthly gift reports and types special pledge and donor reports
  • Schedule meetings as necessary for donor relations purposes; drafts memos and correspondence on behalf of the Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations
  • Assist with the compilation and editing of the College’s annual donor report
  • Collect specific data for donors and prospects such as biographical and financial data as well as for honorary and distinguished alumni nominees
  • Maintain benefits and records for the College’s benefactors

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must have excellent customer service, time management, and organizational skills
  • Ability to adapt quickly to change
  • Must have the ability to collaborate with others to meet multiple project deadlines
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills required

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Advanced degree preferred
  • Minimum of 3 years of previous experience performing work for donor relations
  • Must have previous work experience for a non-profit or higher education institution

  PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to sit, stand, and walk for extended periods of time
  • Ability to push/pull/lift up to 20lbs as necessary
  • Must be able to work evenings and weekends as necessary

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.


Social Media Intern

Position Title:  Social Media Intern
Classification: Non Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Strategic Communications
Reports to: Director of Alumni Engagement & Giving

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will provide direct support to the alumni affairs team specifically for communications on all social media platforms. This position will collaborate closely with the Social Media Coordinator for the College to ensure all communications, print, and digital material is consistent with the College’s brand. This position is an individual contributor and will collaborate closely with all alumni affairs leaders and staff on a daily basis.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensure alumni affairs social media communications are timely and effectively published
  • Work closely with the College’s social media coordinator to ensure all social media communications are consistent to the College’s brand philosophy
  • Produce final layout for communications and ensure material is ready for publication
  • Update alumni affairs social media sites and work closely with the Social Media and Web Content Manager to maintain updates to the alumni affairs website
  • Create website posts when necessary and create greater alumni engagement efforts through social media 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must possess excellent customer service skills and respond with a sense of urgency at all times
  • Ability to collaborate with others to meet multiple deadlines
  • Must be flexible to adapt to change as necessary

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred; HS Diploma required
  • Minimum of 2 years of previous experience work in social media communications is required
  • Previous work experience in a non-profit organization or higher education institution is preferred
  • Advanced knowledge of PC/MAC programs, especially desktop publishing, is required

  PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and attend events
  • Must sit and stand for extended periods of time
  • Frequent typing, walking, and bending is required
  • Must be able to push or pull up to 20 lbs as necessary

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.


Social Media and Web Content Manager

Position Title: Social Media and Web Content Manager
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Institutional Advancement
Reports To: Director of Alumni Engagement & Giving

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will manage content for alumni affairs purposes for internal and external stakeholders. A strong focus will be placed on the quality of written and digital materials used for presentation purposes and communique to alumni volunteer groups to meet alumni engagement needs. This individual will service as the editor for all volunteer communique and collaborate with the Office of Strategic Communications to ensure that brochures, marketing materials, reports, announcements, newsletters, and other products will comply with the College’s institutional brand and incorporate consistent graphic design. In addition, such collaboration will be necessary to ensure that all written and research data if maintained with the highest level of accuracy and integrity. This position will report directly to the Director of Alumni Affairs and may supervise professional or administrative staff.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Oversee all advancement communications for alumni affairs purposes in print, online, and social media platforms on a daily basis
  • Serve as the content manager for all alumni affairs activities, such as website, newsletter, magazine, brochures, etc.
  • Collaborate with Office of Strategic Communications before print/digital material is published to remain consistent to the College’s brand standards
  • Maintain high level of engagement and communication to alumni, parents, and friends of the College
  • Ensure all written communication on behalf of alumni relations, including social media platforms, is accurate and timely published

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Strong attention to detail and able to respond with a sense of urgency at all times
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills is required
    Must possess the ability to manage multiple deadlines and projects
  • Must be familiar with public relations and marketing principles and practices; ability to know quickly how to perform layout, photography, and production is preferred
  • Must possess strong working knowledge of social media platforms and able to use social media in an integral manner 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required in English, Journalism or a similar field of study
  • Master’s degree preferre
  • Excellent attention to detail and proofread a high volume of print and digital material before it is published
  • Proficiency in PC/MAC software programs, including desktop publishing software programs, is required

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and attend events
  • Must sit and stand for extended periods of time
  • Must quickly perform research and have a strong attention to detail
  • Frequent typing, walking, and bending is required
  • Must be able to push or pull up to 20 lbs as necessary

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.


Special Projects and Events Specialist

Position Title: Special Projects and Events Specialist
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Institutional Advancement
Reports To: Director of Alumni Engagement & Giving

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will be responsible for the planning and implementation of programs and projects that strategically engage alumni in the life of the college. This position helps to deliver benefits to alumni and current students. Additionally, the Specialist informs, organizes, coordinates, promotes special projects in support of Alumni Affairs engagement initiatives, programs, and projects. This position directly reports to the Director of Alumni Affairs and may supervise administrative staff as necessary.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintain communication alumni, vendors, and participants; coordinates and monitors event timelines and documentation
  • Assist in preparing a variety of publications, materials, and programs for events and in collaboration with the Office of Strategic Communications
  • Secure commitments from alumni to provide professional expertise and volunteer services
  • Create and maintain pathways for alumni engagement that advance the strategy of the Office of Alumni Affairs
  • Assist in the identification, cultivation, and engagement of alumni and for the purposes of increased engagement, involvement and support of the College

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must possess excellent relationship management skills
  • Must possess excellent time management and organizational skill
  • Proficiency in PC/MAC software programs as well as familiarity with graphic design software programs and Raiser’s Edge
  • Must possess budget management experience
  • Must be able to work under tight deadlines and adapt to change to easily
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects
  • Must be able to influence others at all levels of the organization
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree require
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience directly in alumni relations or alumni affairs Previous experience in journalism, public relations, event planning, writing or editorial work is preferred
  • Ability to manage to multiple deadlines and projects
  • Excellent verbal and witting communication skills is required

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and attend events
  • Must sit and stand for extended periods of time
  • Frequent typing, walking, and bending is required
  • Must be able to push or pull up to 20 lbs. as necessary

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.


Reunion Class and Volunteer Specialist

Position Title:Reunion Class and Volunteer Specialist
Classification:Exempt
Division/Department:Office of Institutional Advancement
Reports To:Director of Alumni Engagement & Giving

 POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will support capital campaign, special, and annual events for the alumni of the College. Under the direction of the Director of Alumni Affairs, this position will reach fundraising goals, collaborate with alumni, volunteers, and friends of the College to plan and coordinate activities at specific annual events intended exclusively for alumni and students at Morehouse College.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage significant programming, event logistics, communications, and other key responsibilities for significant events for the College throughout the year
  • Collaborate with team members to ensure effective and timely communications for specific events to all alumni, volunteers, and friends of the College
  • Work with other Institutional Advancement leads to ensure that alumni and volunteers are aware of specific activates, events, and programs held at the College
  • Collaborate closely with the Office of Strategic Communications and the Social Media and Content Manager to ensure timely, consistent, and accurate communications for all alumni
  • Ensure timely, accurate communication to alumni for reunion class events and coordinate logistics for activities and reunion class events
  • Collaborate with departments to plan reunion class events and contact volunteers for events and programs

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Ability to manage multiple deadlines and projects
  • Must possess strong collaboration skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Must possess high level of integrity and discretion to handle sensitive information
  • Proficiency in PC/MAC software programs, especially social media platforms
  • Must be able to work independently and within a team

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum of 2 years of professional experience specifically planning, organizing, and coordinating reunion class events, volunteers, or volunteer activities
  • Must have previously worked in a non-profit or higher education institution performing the same or similar work
  • Must have working knowledge of fundraising programs, events, and activities

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and attend events
  • Must sit and stand for extended periods of time
  • Must quickly perform research and have a strong attention to detail
  • Frequent typing, walking, and bending is required
  • Must be able to push or pull up to 20 lbs as necessary

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.


Database Administrator

Position Title: Database Administrator 
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Institutional Advancement
Reports To: Director of Advancement Services

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Database administrator is responsible for maintaining the central repository of address and related demographic information to college constituents. S/he will monitor data quality on a daily basis and adhere to local, state, and national data security standards. This position will directly report to the Director of Advancement Services and may supervise administrative staff when necessary.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work cooperatively with others and accept direction from the Director of Advancement Services
  • Oversee process of incoming students by making them database constituents, and verifying critical information (i.e., birthdate and social security number, etc.)
  • Ensure operation procedures are in place to catalog information from parents of students in Banner (i.e., mailing address, degrees and colleges attended, employment, marriage information, etc.)
  • Oversee processes that ensure key information of friends of the College (i.e., address, names, designated mail address, etc.)
  • Monitor adherence to data quality standards and ensure accurate email, telephone, and mail addresses are in the system
  • Collaborate with campus leaders and staff to ensure records are maintained in systems for fundraising purposes
  • Support campus leaders and staff to eliminate duplicate records in systems
  • Supervise professional and administrative staff responsible for data entry and accuracy 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must have supervisory responsibility for accurate records
  • Ability to collaborate with others to ensure data accuracy of records at all times
  • Must have excellent attention to detail and knowledge of data reporting
  • Ability to establish data management procedures
  • Must have proficient data reporting skills
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality at all times with sensitive data

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum of 3 years supervising critical data and reporting on a consistent basis
  • Knowledge of data management systems preferred
  • Previous supervisory experience is required
  • Experience in higher education preferred

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time
  • Must be flexible to work evenings and weekends
  • Must be able to push, pull, or lift up to 20 lbs. as necessary

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.

 


Stewardship Coordinator

Position Title: Stewardship Coordinator
Classification: Non Exempt
D
ivision/Department: Office of Institutional Advancement
Reports To: Director Stewardship & Donor Relations

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will perform administrative duties, prepare correspondence, schedule meetings, and perform other logistical support to the Director of Stewardship & Donor Relations as necessary to ensure stewardship activities are timely performed. This positon is an individual contributor and directly reports to the Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations. This position will work closely with the Donor Relations Coordinator on a daily basis and collaborate with alumni affairs leaders and staff as well as Institutional Advancement leaders and staff as necessary for stewardship purposes.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform administrative tasks and logistical support for all activities and events that support donor cultivation for the College
  • Draft correspondence, schedule meetings, draft follow-up action items from meetings when necessary
  • Perform support for donor recognition efforts, perform research when necessary as well as support for various scholar programs
  • Work closely with Donor Relations Coordinator to ensure adequate support is provided for stewardship activities, events, and programs
  • Provide data for reports, videos, and other required materials to the Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations

 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must respond with a sense of urgency at all times
  • Ability to adapt to change quickly is required
  • Must be able to collaborate with others easily to ensure timely completion of tasks and activities
  • Proficiency in PC/MAC software programs and familiarity with desktop publishing software program(s)

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Advanced degree preferred
  • Minimum of two years performing support for stewardship events, activities, and programs
  • Must have previous experience in a non-profit organization or higher education

  PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to sit, stand, and walk for extended periods of time
  • Ability to push/pull/lift up to 20lbs as necessary
  • Must be able to work evenings and weekends as necessary 

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.

 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.


Advancement Services Specialist

Position Title: Advancement Services Specialist
Classification: Exempt
Division/Department: Office of Advancement Services
Reports to: Director of Advancement Services

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for performing all functions within advancement services to execute the timely acknowledgement and tracking of gifts and associated correspondence. The Advancement Services Specialist specifically manages receipting and tracking of gifts to the College and oversees the accuracy of donor gift designations, agreements, and supporting documentation as required for submission by solicitors and corresponding departments. The Specialist will also manage the matching gift program to ensure certification and fulfillment. The individual in this position will assist with gift entry, ensure data accuracy, and participate in monthly reconciliation and ongoing audit review.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform daily review and resolution of the check log and documentation
  • Conduct confirmation and resolution of gift designations and follow up with corresponding departments and/or donors to secure supporting documentation in preparation for the recording of gifts and pre-audit review
  • Manage the electronic filing and coding of gifts and associated documentation
  • Manage and perform routine and accurate data entry to ensure the accuracy of gifts and documentation status updates
  • Manage the creation and updating of actions to ensure workflow and status updates for outstanding gift designations, agreements, solicitor acknowledgement letters using The Raiser’s Edge
  • Perform validation of the cash receipts journal to ensure the accuracy of recorded gifts and documentation
  • Manage the matching gift program by maintaining accurate contact and portal information and confirming receipt of donor gifts.
  • Manage reconciliation of matching gifts, gifts of stock and wire transfers, and any outstanding gift documentation according to audit requirements, industry standards
  • Ensure that the correct solicitor is credited for each gift and track the submission of acknowledgement letters by solicitors
  • Assist with maintaining an accurate record of funds and maintain the accuracy of the general ledger distribution within the fundraising database
  • Manage the Tribute program and distribution of tribute reports to constituents
  • Serve as a liaison to donors and internal/external stakeholders regarding gift transactions and the creation of Memorial and Honorary Tributes
  • Perform timely follow up to resolve gift transaction disputes
  • Work in collaboration with the director of advancement services, the gift accountant, corresponding departments, and the College’s business and finance team
  • Perform other duties as assigned  

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Strong technical aptitude with the ability to use new and emerging technology
  • Possess strong analytical skills and interpersonal skills
  • Possess strong written, verbal, and presentation skills
  • Ability to record multiple transactions daily with strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to maintain discretion with sensitive information
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
  • Establish effective work relationships with internal and external College stakeholders

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Master’s degree in accounting or business administration is preferred
  • Certificate from recognized fundraising associations or organizations (i.e., CASE) preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business administration is required
  • Minimum of 3 years of proficiency using The Raiser’s Edge or other fundraising software is required
  • Previous knowledge of advancement operations is required
  • Demonstrated knowledge in fundraising reporting requirements is required
  • Working knowledge of compliance regulations for audit purposes is required

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time at a computer is requireAbility to stand for long periods of time and walk frequently as necessary
  • Ability to push/pull/lift up to 20 lbs. as necessary
  • Must be flexible to work evening or weekends as necessar

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.

Financial Aid Advisor I

Position Title:               Financial Aid Advisor I
Classification:               Non-Exempt
Division/Department:   Enrollment Management Services
Reports To:                   Director of Financial Aid / Enrollment Management Services

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position provides financial aid advisement to students and parents on a daily basis. This individual is responsible for analyzing files for all students who apply for financial aid on an annual basis and determines financial aid eligibility upon verification of specific documents. This position requires awarding aid in compliance with government regulations and specific program guidelines and serve as the department’s subject matter expert on special programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Promote a positive image of the Financial Aid Office by making group presentations which explain both the various financial aid programs and associated application processes
  • Ensure student and parent awareness of the various financial aid sources during counseling sessions by providing information to them and answering their questions regarding financial aid sources
  • Assist students in the application process for financial aid by helping them to complete appropriate and required forms; by advising them of their rights and responsibilities concerning financial aid; and by providing them with information about the status of their financial aid applications
  • Determine students' eligibility for the various financial aid programs through the verification process.
  • Contributes to the Financial Aid Office by providing input to office policy and procedure decisions.
  • Maintain competency and professional currency through self-directed professional reading, developing professional contacts with colleagues, attending professional development coursed, and attending training and/or courses required
  • Contributes to the overall success of the Office of Student Financial Aid by performing all other duties as assigned

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must be able to communicate effectively, both in writing and verbally, with students, parents, high school counselors, fellow employees, college administrators, and other stakeholders of the College.
  • Must be comfortable speaking before groups of students and parents.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills is required

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor's degree is required.
  • Minimum of one year of successful previous work experience is required; experience in financial aid, university administration, or a related field is preferred. 

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Sitting for extended periods of time is required
  • Ability to work on multiple mobile devices is required
  • Must be flexible to work evenings and weekends as necessary

 

 

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.

 


Senior Communication's Writer

Position Title:  Senior Communications Writer
Classification:  Exempt
Department:    Department of Strategic Communications
Reports To:      Executive Director of Strategic Communications

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Senior Communications Writer manages publication of a weekly newsletter, develops advanced editorial content related to complex topics, supports media relations activities, participates in marketing and events planning, and provides other services to support the Marketing Communications team in the Office of Strategic Communications

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Serve as editor of the campus alumni magazine and may delegate responsibilities to departmental colleagues
  • Manage the workflow of the alumni magazine, creating a list of feature, column and department stories, and other editorial content
  • Assign articles and give deadlines, word counts and traffics all artwork: locating it, securing it, setting budgets, and working to make sure advertising materials arrive on time
  • Contact all editors, writers, and advertising staff before material is due to ensure they are on schedule
  • Write news and feature-length articles for publications and the web, public service announcements, fact sheets and backgrounders to inform the public and for distribution to the news media; assist with other written correspondence and proofreading
  • Research articles, reports, policies and other documents in preparation of articles and promotional collaterals, including fact checking for accurate data and information
  • Designee for staff department and college-sponsored events and activities as directed; represent office/department at various meetings
  • Assist in planning layouts for programs, publications and presentations, including displays, awards, brochures, reports, etc.
  • Respond to both internal and external questions and requests for information; communicate with various departments to acquire correct/accurate information
  • Supervise the day-to-day operations of the College’s major publications
  • Edit articles, suggest ideas, assign articles, handle problems, keep the staff on production schedule to meet uncompromising deadlines

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Able to work to deadlines, manage many competing priorities and possess excellent judgment in creating content that positions Morehouse faculty as thought leaders
  • Must possess exceptional writing skills and ability to produce clean, compelling, jargon-free copy; translate complex concepts for a wide audience; identify trends and generate story ideas.
  • Must possess Impeccable grammar skills and high attention to detail
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Able to build mutually beneficial working relationships with faculty; act as a collaborative team player and as a self-starter when necessary
  • Enjoys working with diverse team and possess excellent organizational skills
  • Able to work on multiple projects with minimal supervision and meet deadlines in a high-volume, fast-paced environment
  • Strong familiarity with social media
  • Adept at using social media to promote content

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum requirement is a Bachelor's degree in English (or related field)
  • Minimum of 7 years of professional experience writing for traditional or new media

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:      

  • This position is an office setting; the person will be in a sedentary position 50% of the time and standing or walking for 50% of the time
  • Must be able to walk around the campus without limitations as well as travel
  • Must be flexible to work multiple evenings and weekends and remain on call as necessary

 


Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Position Title:               Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Classification:               Non Exempt
Division/Department:  Department of Financial Aid
Reports To:                   Director of Financial Aid

POSITION SUMMARY

The Assistant Director of Financial Aid is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Office. This position also includes: management and reconciliation of funds administered by or through the Financial Aid Office; liaison with liaison to the Athletic Office, administration of scholarship programs; assistance with the general statistical reporting functions.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Management of all written publications and general interactions with customers Perform drafting correspondence.
  • Assisting with the development of policies and procedures for all phases of operation.
  • Scheduling, development and implementation of staff training opportunities.
  • Study abroad and exchange programs
  • Responsible for the monthly and annual reconciliation of Pell Grant and other funding resources as assigned by the Director of Financial Aid.
  • Serves as liaison with the Enrollment Management Systems Specialist in the development and implementation of automated systems used by the Financial Aid Office.
  • Loading of FAFSA records, package runs and disbursement of funding to students.
  • Responsible for the awarding of athletic scholarships to maintain compliance with NCAA regulations.
  • Assists the Scholarship Coordinator and the Director in the administration of various institutional, state and private scholarship programs.
  • Jobs, duties, tasks, and responsibilities include but are not limited to: identification of applicant populations; review of applications; determination of award amounts and procedures.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of MS Office Suite
  • Knowledge of cloud-based applications (i.e., BOX, Unison) and proficiency in storing, sharing, and organizing documents in these programs
  • Must possess discretion governing all matters for the department
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to facilitate effective interaction with faculty, staff, students, and representatives from external institutions and organizations
  • Ability to perform tasks with a sense of urgency is required
  • Must be able to maintain updates of software programs and administrative procedures 

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Requires 6 years of financial aid experience with at least two years of supervisory experience in a financial aid office.
  • BANNER system experience with the import and export of FAFSA records, BANNER yearly setup, disbursement and balancing of funding.

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Sitting for long periods of time.

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 for Residential Education

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

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the supervision of the Associate Dean of the College for Residential Education and Director of Housing, the Associate Dean for Residential Education (hereafter House Dean) is a full-time, live-in position that provides leadership and direction to the Office of Housing and Residential Education (OHRE) in the area of holistic student learning. The House Dean will coordinate all curriculum and co-curriculum that promote knowledge acquisition, integration, construction and application for residential students. The House Dean’s responsibilities are broad and include assuring that programmatic initiatives are learning-centered and respond to essential learning outcomes as prescribed in AACU - Liberal Education and America's Promise (LEAP). Specifically, the House Dean will oversee a cluster of residential students as well as the house activities and the staff associated with such cluster. The House Dean will be responsible for the recruitment, selection, training and evaluation of the Lead Resident Advisors (LRA), Resident Advisors (RA), Residential Academic Mentors (RAMS) and Residential Program Advisors (RPA). The House Dean will also promote individual as well as community responsibility and accountability in all residential education offerings. The House Dean will work closely with the campus partners to emphasize theoretical and philosophical constructs of learning and personal student development, while developing effective living and learning communities. The House Dean will work closely with the Division of Student Development units as well as participate in divisional team meetings to ensure collaborative student development programming. The House Dean will also assist with the overall development and implementation of policies, procedures and the execution of OHRE operations in accordance with College and professional association guidelines.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Holistic Student Learning and Community Development

The House Dean will:

  • Oversee all specific daily activities and the delivery of high quality experiential programs and related services for students that foster community.
  • Monitor all specific daily academic and educational programs and related services for the Division of Student Development in conjunction with faculty and other College stakeholders in an effort to provide outreach programs designed to promote academic success for one of the following student groups - sophomores, juniors, and seniors, inclusive of transfers.
  • Develop residential education curriculum consisting of freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors as well as transfers.
  • Work with the divisional advisors and faculty to provide academic advising for specific student groups.
  • Work in collaboration with the Faculty around Campus (FaCs) to design, implement and evaluate academic and cultural programs that support the collective vision for the house as a scholarly community, including specific house residential programs.
  • Develop learning outcomes and an assessment plan for the residential community programming model.
  • Provide training and support for Lead Resident Advisors, Resident Advisors, Resident Academic Mentors and Residential Program Advisors regarding learning communities’ development and effectiveness.
  • Expand and refine learning communities in accordance to the Division of Student Development Program Planning and Performance Based Budgeting process as well as OHRE goals and objectives and national trends to support academic endeavors and developmental needs of residential students.
  • Plan coordinate and implement a variety of community development programs.
  • Advance and organize activities to promote and cultivate positive College and community partnership.
  • Direct and coordinate activities of Residence Hall Association and House Councils.
  • Administer and manage a cluster of residential houses consisting of a minimum of 200 and a maximum of 600 residential students.
  • Participate in Division of Student Development intervention sessions to determine success strategies for student behaviors.
  • Develop, implement and execute procedures for emergency situations and participate in on-call duty rotation.
  • Encourage the personal, social and academic development of residential students. This responsibility involves spending a significant amount of time with students in and out of the houses to get to know students on an individual basis.       A “significant amount of time” should include but is not limited to the following: being able to assist students, attending campus programs and house meetings and maintaining visibility through consistent office hours.
  • 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.
  • Serve as a resource for information and as a referral as needed.
  • Meet regularly with the OHRE 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, Senior Associate Dean for Residential Education (Senior House Dean), Operations Manager and the Assistant Director for Student Services.
  • Encourage a living/learning environment through academic integration activities and programs and encourage staff to plan programs involving faculty.
  • Relate student concerns regarding residential living (i.e. policies, procedures, services, maintenance, etc.) to the appropriate unit within Campus Operations, Administrative Services, and the Division of Student Development.

Student Success and Conduct

The House Dean will:

  • Address and review student conduct issues.
  • Serve as Rights and Responsibilities Officer for student conduct cases in the residential cluster and adjudicate such cases making appropriate referrals.
  • Review inquiries and issues presented by residents and parents and other members of the College community.
  • Investigate and resolve problems and complaints through provision of front line mediation.
  • Participate in the Division of Student Development's Student Success Team to determine success strategies for student behaviors.
  • Ensure timely and accurate documentation of incidents and forward to the Office of Student Conduct when appropriate.
  • Assist in the enforcement of policies and procedures in the building and campus through the implementation of an educational judicial process.
  • Consult with the Assistant Dean of the College for Student Conduct on conduct action as appropriate.
  • Refer cases to the Office of Student Conduct as appropriate.

Student Leadership Development

The House Dean will:

  • Collaborate and co-instruct the Freshman Orientation course.
  • Serve on special assignments and other projects within the Division of Student Development as needed (i.e. First Year, sophomore, Junior and Senior Year Experiences; Greek Affairs; Summer Academy; and International Student Initiatives) to gain a greater understanding of the student experience and to establish a relationship between and among the College’s departments and services.
  • Coordinate program development with campus partners and outside agencies for all learning communities.
  • Coordinate collaborative programs with Division of Student Development offices (Counseling and Disabilities Resource Center, Office of Career Planning and Professional Development, Office of Student Life and Office of Student Conduct)
  • Monitor all OHRE programming via programming calendars for each house in a specific cluster

Counseling, Crisis Management and Emergency Response

The House Dean will:

  • Provide and participate in rotating college-wide on call coverage, including weekends and holidays to handle emergency situations, including group disturbances and other significant safety issues.
  • Develop, implement and execute procedures for emergency situations
  • Respond to student behavior that is inappropriate and in violation of campus policies and procedures, such as behavior which endangers the health and safety of residents and behavior which results in damage to the College property.
  • Document with behavioral contracts for issues of mental and physical health, as needed in consultation with the Counseling and Disabilities Resource Center and the Associate Dean of the College for Residential Education. Respond directly to crisis situations.
  • 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.

Administration

The House Dean will:

  • Participate in the coordination of occupancy management (via StarRez Housing Software Solution), including room assignments, room changes, transfers, cancellations and room selection.
  • Accompany the Campus Operations management staff on regularly scheduled inspections of the houses.
  • Manage and execute summer assignments such as Summer Session and Summer Academy.
  • Administer fall and spring assignments.
  • Directly advise House Council leaders to provide an effective student governance program.
  • Oversee the development and implementation of leadership training for House Council leaders.
  • Manage House Council funds and ledgers to ensure proper bookkeeping.
  • Work with the house staffs, student orientation leaders and House Council officers to coordinate and facilitate New Student Orientation activities in the fall and spring semesters.
  • Chart overall program evaluation and assessment and residential data management.
  • Serve on OHRE committees (with collateral assignments).
  • Assist the Associate Dean of the College for Residential Education with the development and implementation of policies and procedures that are in compliance with the College and professional association guidelines.
  • Write and submit monthly reports that include activities, programs and a general assessment of the scope of work, as directed by the immediate supervisor.
  • Coordinate and oversee the opening and closing of the houses prior to the beginning of each academic semester and at the end of each academic semester.
  • Maintain and manage access control by properly ensuring the security of keys and card access.
  • Organize duty schedules to ensure appropriate weekend, evening and holiday coverage for the houses.
  • Maintain on-going communication with house staffs, Campus Police and other divisional programs and services: Student Health Services Center; Counseling and Disabilities Resource Center; Recreational, Intramurals and Fitness; Athletics; Office of Career Planning and Professional Development; Office of Student Life; Office of Student Conduct; and New Student Orientation.
  • Assist the Operations manager with the organization and monitoring of online communications for programming and marketing (i.e. Twitter, Facebook, Blogging and Morehouse Intranet – TigerNet, OHRE website and Morehouse Bubble).
  • Assist the OHRE Leadership with Housing Administration functions and tasks, including housing assignments for students interested in learning community offerings.

Supervision and Training

The House Dean will:

  • Recruit, select, supervise, and evaluate paraprofessional staff. Additional supervision may be required of the Resident Safety Representative (RSR) for each house.
  • Conduct house staff meetings on a weekly basis.
  • Facilitate regular staff development sessions designed to provide additional training and team building for staff in the unit.
  • Provide monthly formal performance evaluations for the paraprofessional staff members during the academic year

OHRE Advancement, Leadership and Related Duties

The House Dean will:

  • Attend the OHRE meetings and other meetings as directed.
  • Work collaboratively and, at times, autonomously with other campus and divisional departments or units to advance the goals and execution of services and programs of the Division of Student Development.
  • Meet bi-monthly with immediate supervisor to discuss staff and student concerns, programming and building administration.
  • Attend the Division of Student Development meetings and other meetings as instructed.
  • Participate in the Advisory Board for Residential Education and represent OHRE and/or College at various occasions and meetings, including public activities.
  • Maintain daily, consistent communication with the OHRE staff.
  • Assist the Associate Dean of the College for Residential Education with the development and implementation of policies and procedures that are in compliance with College and professional association guidelines.
  • Represent the department and/or College at various occasions and meetings, including public activities and perform related responsibilities as required and other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Demonstrated experience and competency working with African-American male students, particularly self-identifying members of the LGBTQIA community, in a college setting are required.
  • Knowledge of student development theory; learning communities, faculty-sponsored programs and/or residential education-related programs and services; academic advising experience; and emergency/crisis response execution are highly desired.
  • Knowledge of educational interventions in a college environment, specifically a residential milieu, is highly preferred.
  • Ability to research, report and implement student-focused best practices; and knowledge of assessment techniques to evaluate the effectiveness of educational programs, student success and outcomes are highly preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, written, oral and presentation skills are necessary. Professionalism and high integrity are essential.
  • Knowledge of StarRez Housing Software Solution, Banner and Qualtrics is a plus.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • A Master's degree in College Student Personnel/Development or related field of study and/or equivalent relevant previous professional experience is required.
  • Three to five (3-5) years of previous experience in residential life/housing and/or higher education administration are required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • The person in this position frequently communicates with students who have inquiries about their tuition bill or financial aid package. 
  • Must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.
  • Constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.
  • The person in this position needs to occasionally move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.
  • Occasionally moves equipment/files weighing up to 15 pounds across campus for various classrooms and events needs

 

 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.

Administrative Assistant II-Biology

MOREHOUSE COLLEGE

Position Title:               Administrative Assistant II
Classification:               Non Exempt
Division/Department:  Department of Biology/Director of Science Training
Reports To:                   Director of Science Training

POSITION SUMMARY

This position will support the leader and department as necessary. This position will provide daily administrative and clerical support. This position will respond to student inquiries and forward escalated matters for timely follow up from faculty members as necessary.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Greet and assist students, faculty, and guests who enter the office with questions and concerns; answer incoming calls to program office and assist callers
  • Perform drafting correspondence, copying, faxing, scanning, digitizing documents, and transcribing notes as requested by faculty members
  • Maintain and electronic filing system of correspondence and department records
  • Prepare documents, including reports by all faculty members
  • Management of multiple budgets in Excel and Banner (i.e., Student Information Systems); ability to maintain accurate financial records for multiple programs/budgets
  • Management of procurement and requisition process for supplies, equipment, travel, etc.
  • Manage use of Division Conference Room and secure facilities and arrange catering for events
  • Create and maintain program/divisional files to include student or faculty information, consultant contracts, requisitions, general files, program surveys, program grant proposals and their financial award and budget records
  • Schedule meetings for the Chair using MS Outlook
  • Arrange travel for supervisors, faculty, and students when necessary
  • Issue correspondence to faculty and staff re: divisional and program concerns
  • Maintain office supply inventory (hardcopy and electronically) and order supplies accordingly throughout the year
  • Act as a liaison with outside vendors to receive certain services and quotes i.e. Apple, Staples, Travel Agencies, Hotels, Restaurants, etc.
  • Liaison to Purchasing Department to initiate vendor set-up process
  • Liaison with Business Office to reconcile invoices to be paid and discuss other budget issues
  • Liaison with other internal departments to process request/repairs, i.e. Physical Plant Department, Information Technology, Office of Records and Registration etc.
  • Ensure that front office and desk area are neat demonstrate professionalism to all guests and visitors
  • Correspond with administrators and representatives from other institutions to set up graduate school and other visits
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Extensive knowledge of MS Office suite of software programs
  • Knowledge of all capacities used for preparation of tables, charts, posters, etc. using Publisher and Landscape software programs
  • Knowledge of cloud-based applications (i.e, BOX, Unison) and proficiency in storing, sharing, and organizing documents in these programs
  • Advanced knowledge of all applications, including requisitions and budget management in Banner and the College’s intranet (Tigernet)
  • Ability to set up travel for faculty and staff using Travel, Inc.
  • Must possess discretion governing all matters for the department
  • Knowledge of all BOX applications and proficiency in storing, sharing, and organizing documents in BOX
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Morehouse procedures for booking facilities, securing catering, and other internal services
  • Demonstrated knowledge of business processes for requisitions, supplies, equipment, travel, etc.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to facilitate effective interaction with faculty, staff, students, and representatives from external institutions and organizations
  • Ability to perform tasks with a sense of urgency is required
  • Must be able to maintain updates of software programs and administrative procedures

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • A high school diploma is the minimum educational requirement for this position
  • Minimum of 3 years of previous work experience in an Administrative position is required
  • Previous project management experience is preferred

  PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Must be able to open and close the office (if required) on a daily basis
  • Frequent walking, standing, or sitting as required
  • Must be able to push, pull, or lift up to 20 lbs. as necessary

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.


Administrative Assistant I-Student Services

Position Title:  Administrative Assistant I
Classification:  Non Exempt
Department:    Department of Student Services
Reports To:      Business Operations Manager

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will perform all administrative support for the Department of Student Services. This position will meet with visitors, schedule appointments, and perform new and existing case management administrative support.  This position will also perform budget reconciliation, process expenses, and other additional administrative duties. This position will maintain the department’s website as necessary. This position will report directly to the Business Operations Manager for Student Services.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Sort and distribute mail, greet, screen, and assist faculty, students, staff, administrators, and the general public with general inquiries as needed
  • Maintain and monitor the department’s budget; supply data and statistics to the department for budget preparation as requested
  • Ensure that the appearance of the office remains professional and operates efficiently on a daily basis
  • Liaison for department to schedule department events and submit payroll records for student employees
  • Prepare travel requests and vouchers and make necessary arrangements (i.e., air, car, and hotel reservations, etc.)
  • Ability to maintain and facilitate department’s interactive website
  • Answer telephones and respond to inquiries and take accurate phone messages
  • Order supplies and equipment and maintain office supply inventory
  • Draft memos, letters, and office correspondence, reports, etc.(which are highly confidential or complex)
  • Process bar and graduate school evaluation letters for current and former students
  • Remain abreast of legal and other matters in higher education relative to student conduct systems
  • Responsible for supplying specialized assistance to the Chairperson of student conduct committees/councils
  • Perform data entry for system of record for the College (i.e., Banner; entry will be for purchase orders; office supplies; student academic holds, etc.)
  • 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 Assistant Dean of the College for Student Conduct in preparing various reports such as the Annual Report
  • Works with faculty and staff to maintain and retrieve all records related to programs
  • Edits and reviews and answers routine memos and correspondence from Assistant Dean of the College for Student Conduct and other faculty and staff
  • 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
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean of the College for Student Conduct

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Must possess working knowledge of MS Office Suite (i.e., Excel, Microsoft Outlook, PowerPoint Publisher)
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple high-level priorities.
  • Must exercise sound judgement and initiative to recommend system/administrative process improvement
  • Must possess proficiency in MS Office programs, such as MS Publisher, and maintenance of department’s website
  • 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 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 operate office equipment including typewriter, desktop, printers, calculator, copiers, etc.

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.

 

 


Program Specialist I

Position Title:           Program Specialist I
Classification:           Non-Exempt 
Department:             Title III
Reports To:               Director of Title III Programs

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position will support the Director and the Activity Directors with program monitoring and evaluation of Title III Programs. This position provides assistance to both potential and current Title III activities to ensure accountability to University and Federal regulations. Performs a variety of specialized administrative duties. These duties include processing forms, reviewing and processing applications or proposals, maintenance of records, responding to inquiries, preparing reports, maintaining databases and preparing budgets.

This position is funded with external resources that are subject to annual renewal, and reports to the Director of Title III.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide, monitor and evaluate services of assigned Title III activities.
  • Responsible for reviewing and ensuring that all employee time and efforts and activity performance reports are submitted in a timely manner.
  • Responsible for providing technical assistance for assigned Title III activities.
  • Assists the Director with analyzing administrative problems and makes recommendations with respect to process improvement and policy up-dates and additions.
  • Coordinates the dissemination of program information to assigned activities, partners and general campus community.
  • Prepares quarterly and annual reports for the Director's review on the performance and financial status of all Title III activities.
  • Formulates and implements internal operating procedures, including resolving office operation needs.
  • Establishes and maintains close relationships with university and/or system-wide academic programs to ensure coordination of effort and exchange of information.
  • Prepares a variety of materials including correspondence, reports, and manuscripts, some of which may be confidential.
  • Maintains an inventory of all equipment purchased with Title III funds.
  • Assists in collecting data and preparing data reports.
  • Handles inquiries for the Director.
  • Maintains Title III website.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Knowledge and experience of Grant Administration (Federal and State)
  • Ability to interface with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, including senior administrators and staff, faculty, students and funding agency program officers
  • Intermediate Budget Analysis skills
  • Knowledge and experience with using integrated software (preferably BANNER) is a plus and will be given priority.
  • Experience in the use of computer technology.
  • Knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook)
  • Experience with control and balancing operations, as well as, account and ledger management with data input skills.
  • Preparation of monitoring reports with respect to meeting the Department of Education's (DOE) guidelines.
  • Ability to trend reports and provide process improvement.
  • Working knowledge of Federal program regulations, policies and policies.

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Undergraduate Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or an appropriate area of specialization; Master’s degree preferred
  • Two – Three years experience in program operations; preferably a working knowledge of grant administration.

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • This position requires frequent walking, standing, talking and sitting at a desk for long periods of time.
  • Ability to lift 40 lbs.  
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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.


Compensation and HRIS Analyst

Title:               Compensation and HRIS Analyst
Department:   Department of Human Resources
Classification: Non-Exempt
Reports:          Associate Vice President for Human Resources/Chief of Staff

JOB SUMMARY:

The Compensation Analyst position supports Human Resources leadership by performing data entry for all employment actions, creating job descriptions as needed, and ensuring that the Human Resources Information System maintains accurate employment data for reporting and pay purposes. This position will be responsible for providing HR data reports when requested. This position will ensure the timely and effective delivery of HR data entry, collection, and reporting on a daily basis.

 ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Process employment actions from job requisitions and personnel action forms for full- and part-time employees (i.e., staff, faculty, and students). Enter data for compensating employees as well as other employment actions (i.e., newly hired employees, employee promotions, transfers, demotions, and terminations)
  • Serve as department liaison for HR data to internal and external stakeholders on a daily basis
  • Responsible for daily maintenance of the Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) associated with the collection, retrieval, accessibility, and usage of employee information
  • Maintain internal database files and tables and develops custom reports to meet the requirements of Human Resources team
  • Responsible for maintaining and supplying data for annual IPEDS and respond to data requests to local, state, and federal agencies
  • Participate and coordinate information associated with annual compensation surveys
  • Work with Human Resources leadership to evaluate and recommend HRIS software and hardware needs and support implementation of new, or modify existing, HRIS as necessary
  • Update and maintain HR website pages and collaborate with HR team members to ensure current, timely information is published online
  • Provide HR data reports to provide timely and accurate HR metrics reports and collaborate with stakeholders as necessary for projects
  • Other duties as assigned for the effective management of the department and the institution

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Proficiency in Excel, Access, and Microsoft Word, and PowerPoint.
  • Must possess excellent organizational and analytical skills along with excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills along with strong attention to detail are required
  • Must be a quick learner; adapt to change easily; and illustrate a high level of initiative, sound judgment, and discretion at all times
  • Require to create query reports and analyze reports with HR leadership

 EDUCATION AND Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in HR Management
  • Must possess previous experience processing employment actions for an educational institution, preferably in one or more post-secondary institutions
  • Certificate as a Compensation Professional (CCP) or PHR is preferred
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience processing employment actions for payroll and compensation experience; benefits experience is preferred
  • Must be able to key data with accuracy and timeliness
  • HRIS systems experience is required, preferably in Banner or similar HRIS systems (i.e., ADP, Lawson, SAP, PeopleAdmin, etc.)

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to sit at a computer for extended periods of time
  • Must be able to stand for extended periods of time
  • Must be able to work evenings and weekends when necessary
  • Ability to use multiple mobile devices is required