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Building Maintenance Mechanic --HVAC/R Technician

Reports to: Director of Building Operations and Maintenance

Department: Physical Plant

FSLA Status: Non-Exempt

Classification: Essential

Scope: Performs a wide variety of tasks to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair all types of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) equipment systems and applications. Performs duties that may be
outside of the HVAC trade to support priorities of the Physical Plant.

Basic Responsibilities:
1. Perform routine, preventive maintenance on heating and cooling systems and equipment.
2. Troubleshoot and make required repairs and replacements to heating and cooling systems and equipment.
3. Monitor temperatures and make adjustments using Energy Management Systems.
4. Prepare documentation (e.g. service records, work tickets, etc.) for the purpose of providing written support and/or conveying information.
5. Must be able to work weekends and evenings as necessary. Must be able to respond to emergencies on an on call basis as needed. Will be scheduled for overtime to check and monitor temperatures and systems for important events, holidays, etc.
6. Must perform assignments and complete documentation to meet the requirements of regulatory and inspection agencies.
7. Must complete jobs as assigned by Director of Building Operations and Maintenance safely and according to common trade practices.

Specific Responsibilities:
The following are typical examples of the type of work performed under this job description. This list does not include all work to be performed and duties are subject to change as deemed necessary by the Director of Building Operations and Maintenance.

1. Perform routine and preventive maintenance on air conditioners, air handlers, fan coil units, grease motors/bearings/pumps, change filters, calibrate stats, clean condenser and evaporator coils, cooling towers, etc.
2. Troubleshoot equipment failure and make necessary repairs or replacements to bearings, fans, motors, actuators, controllers, heat pumps, etc.
3. Troubleshoot and repair electric and electronic systems, as well as pneumatic controls.
4. Troubleshoot refrigeration systems, replace compressors and other related components.
5. Repair leaks and recharge refrigerant.
6. Follow EPA regulations and requirements regarding refrigerants including but not limited to: Adding or removing refrigerant, using appropriate equipment for refrigerant recovery, protecting against the intentional venting of refrigerant and maintaining proper documentation.
7. Identify repair/replacement parts and materials and obtain quotes for approval.
8. Perform preventive maintenance and repairs to ice machines, refrigerators and freezers.
9. Use automated control systems to: Verify temperatures, look for and troubleshoot problems, make necessary adjustments to maintain temperatures until repairs can be made.
10. Perform minor electrical work such as replacing fuses, receptacles, switches, resetting breakers, etc.
11. Work as part of the maintenance team to perform group projects such as but not limited to: Installation of Window Air Conditioners in April, Convocation Set Up in May, Turn Over of residential buildings mid May to mid June, ready buildings for student return in August, Convocation in August, and Removal of Window Air Conditioners in October. There is limited time off during these periods and working hours are subject to change according to the College's schedule.
12. Clean equipment in related areas. Keep mechanical rooms clean.
13. Make adjustments to controls, thermostats, timers, etc.
14. Perform chemical testing of cooling towers and take appropriate action based on test results.
15. Complete work tickets in a timely fashion and according to department guidelines.
16. Perform maintenance and repairs of a general nature as requested.
17. Perform snow removal.
18. Operate, maintain, and use in a safe manner College equipment, tools, and vehicles.

Qualifications:
1. Must have EPA Section 608 Universal Refrigeration Transition and Recovery Certification.
2. Must demonstrate skill and experience equivalent to a minimum of three years in commercial/residential HVAC/R repairs.
3. Must have valid driver's license with two or less points.
4. Must be able to work during emergency weather events including but not limited to snow, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc.
5. Must be able to respond to campus emergencies when called.
6. Must have the ability to read and comprehend written instructions, procedures, and service manuals.
7. Must have the ability to express oneself orally as well as in writing.
8. Must have the ability to learn departmental policies, procedures, and mechanical systems, proper use of tools and materials used to perform duties within a ninety-day probationary period.

Employee Responsibilities:
1. Must attend in-service/departmental meetings.
2. Must be familiar with employee handbook.
3. Must be familiar with departmental policies.
4. Must attend in-service education as directed.

Physical Characteristics:
This job requires the incumbent to be able to:
* Lift up to 70lbs., pull, climb, work overhead, stand on ladders, and walk throughout college-owned property.
* Work in conditions subject to noise, heat, cold, odors, dirt, outdoor temperatures, snow, steam, and emergency situations.
* Perform duties in all areas of college properties including areas that are non-handicap acc

Building Maintenance Mechanic--General Maintenance 2nd Shift

Reports to: Director of Building Operations and Maintenance

Department: Physical Plant

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Classification: Essential

Scope: Physical Plant is responsible for maintaining College owned buildings and spaces. General maintenance on the 2nd shift not only completes assigned tasks but also provides response for campus emergencies. 2nd shift work hours are from 3:00PM to 11:30PM. The workweek will be Thursday through Monday with occasional overtime as needed.

Basic Responsibilities:
1. Work independently with little supervision to accomplish maintenance and preventive maintenance tasks.
2. Demonstrate a commitment to deliver superior customer service to the campus community.
3. Exercise good judgment to respond to emergency requests.
4. Pay outstanding attention to detail.
5. Be proactive and take initiative when appropriate.
6. Perform repairs and maintenance of a general nature as necessary.
7. Provide excellent communication with students, faculty, and staff - both verbally and in writing.

Specific Responsibilities:
The following are typical examples of the type of work performed under this job description. This list does not include all work to be performed and duties are subject to change as deemed necessary by the Director of Building Operations and Maintenance.

1. Make minor plumbing, electrical, HVAC repairs.
2. Perform light carpentry tasks to include patching and painting.
3. Repair and replace door hardware.
4. Change light bulbs.
5. Check temperatures and program thermostats.
6. Install flooring materials such as VCT, plank, and carpet tiles.
7. Cut and install ceiling tiles.
8. Reattach or replace gutters and downspouts.
9. Perform preventive maintenance such as: Replace filters, clean dryer vents, sweep debris from drains, grease pumps, check fuel levels, etc.
10. Respond to emergency calls such as: flooding, hot/cold calls, security/lock issues, broken windows, drainage problems, no hot water, power outages, and fire system equipment failures.
11. Perform minor repair on kitchen and laundry equipment.
12. Provide assistance for special events and functions.
13. Complete work tickets in a timely manner and update work status daily.
14. Clean equipment in related areas. Keep mechanical rooms and work areas clean.
15. Perform snow removal.
16. Operate, maintain, and use in a safe manner College equipment, tools, and vehicles.

Qualifications:
1. Must have high school diploma or GED equivalency.
2. Must demonstrate skill and experience equivalent to 1 year of previous maintenance experience. The ideal candidate will have had prior experience in the same or similar role at another college or school, preferably working 2nd shift.
3. Must have ability to prioritize, multi-task, and work under deadlines.
4. Must have valid driver's license with two or less points.
5. Must be able to work during emergency weather events including but not limited to snow, hurricanes, tornados, etc.
6. Must be able to respond to campus emergencies when called.
7. Must have the ability to read and comprehend written instructions, procedures, service manuals, and safety information.
8. Must have the ability to express oneself orally as well as in writing.
9. Must have the ability to learn departmental policies, procedures, and mechanical systems, proper use of tools and materials used to perform duties within a ninety-day probationary period.

Employee Responsibilities:
1. Must attend in-service/departmental meetings.
2. Must be familiar with employee handbook.
3. Must be familiar with departmental policies.
4. Must attend in-service education as directed.

Physical Characteristics:
This job requires the incumbent to be able to:
* Stand, stoop, lift up to 75lbs., pull, climb, work overhead, stand on ladders, and walk throughout college-owned property.
* Work in conditions subject to noise, heat, cold, odors, dirt, outdoor temperatures, snow, steam, and emergency situations.
* Perform duties in all areas of college properties including areas that are non-handicap accessible.

Visiting Assistant Professor , Department of Political Science and International Studies

The Department of Political Science and International Studies at McDaniel College in Maryland, one of the "Colleges that Changes Lives," is seeking a Visiting Assistant Professor in American Politics and Jurisprudence for the 2016-2017 academic year. The successful candidate would teach three courses per semester (e.g. American Constitutional Law, American Civil Liberties, American Public Policy, American Political Thought). We are a selective liberal arts college that places an enormous amount of emphasis on excellence in Classroom teaching, so evidence of that would be particularly helpful.

Application procedures for Visiting Assistant Professor position: Qualified applicants must have a Ph.D. and should submit the following:

* a written letter of application;
* a written curriculum vitae;
* a teaching philosophy; and
* three letters of recommendation.

To apply, visit: http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/apply.php?id=213

McDaniel College is located in central Maryland, an hour's drive from Baltimore and Washington, DC. Its primary commitment is to outstanding teaching and to fostering critical and creative thinking and humane and responsible action. McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Visiting Assistant Professor: Ecologist

McDaniel College invites applications for a one-year visiting appointment at the Assistant Professor level in Ecology with a preference for expertise in botany or microbial ecology, for the 2016/2017 academic year. Responsibilities include courses in Ecology, possibly Botany or Microbiology, an upper elective Biology course as well as participation in senior research projects. PhD preferred; ABD required.

McDaniel College is known nationwide for its success at changing the lives of its students. McDaniel College is a selective liberal arts college located in central Maryland, an hour's drive from Baltimore and Washington, DC. Its primary commitment is to outstanding teaching and to fostering critical and creative thinking and humane and responsible action.

To apply, visit: http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/apply.php?id=218 Applicants will need a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, research statement and a statement of teaching philosophy. Application review will begin on April 16, 2016.

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Communications Officer-Dept. of Campus Safety

Reports to: Support Services Supervisor and the Shift-Supervising Sergeant

Department: Campus Safety

FLSA Status: non-exempt

Scope: Reporting to the Support Services Supervisor and the shift supervising Sergeant, the Communication Officer is responsible for providing dispatch, community interface and emergency response. Some secretarial/data entry support to the department is provided as possible around dispatch duties. The Communication Officer is primarily responsible for working Saturdays and Sundays from 8am-4pm in addition to overnights and additional shifts as needed.

Basic Responsibilities:
A. Dispatch duties
B. Oversee campus-wide security and fire system.
C. Serve as initial contact for visitors and callers.
F. Liaison between department and outside agencies.

Specific Responsibilities:
A. Dispatch duties
1. Dispatch officers to calls for assistance.
2. Create dispatch log entries for all officer duties.
3. Research information for officers, departments and WPD.
4. Track officer activities.
5. Track and keep records on Lost and Found items.

B. Oversee campus-wide security and fire system.
1. Respond to alarms, Security, Trouble and Fire
2. access areas on system according to schedule

C. Serve as initial contact for visitors and callers.
1. Respond to inquiries for assistance.
2. Parking permits registration.
3. Know where to look for information needed by community members.

D. Liaison between department and outside agencies.
1. Act as key contact between officers and external agencies during emergency situations.
2. Report and call for service of EMS, security and fire systems.
3. Know how to direct agencies to campus.


Qualifications:
A. Must have good organizational skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to interact effectively with students, faculty, staff and community.
B. Must be self-motivated, dependable, multitasked and work with little supervision.
C. Working knowledge of Windows basic productivity software such as word processing, excel, spreadsheet, data base, browser, and e-mail.
D. Must be able to work overnights, weekends, and other times as needed.

Physical Characteristics: This position requires sitting for long periods of time, as well as some bending and stooping when working with files. This position does have some limited lifting involved but not more than 10 pounds at a time. Quite a bit of finger/hand dexterity is involved in regards to typing and/or filing. The overall setting of the job is in an area conducive to a normal office environment with minimal exposure to adverse conditions.


To Apply
Please send a cover letter addressing position qualifications and related experience, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references using the following link: http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/ Only applications submitted through this link will be accepted. Review of applications begins immediately.

McDaniel College, in compliance with Federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Graduate Assistant Coach, Football

McDaniel College, a private, Liberal Arts College located 30 miles northwest of Baltimore and 55 miles north of Washington, seeks applicants for a Graduate Assistant Coach in the sport of Men's Football. Reporting to the Head Football Coach the Graduate Assistant Coach for Football is responsible for supporting the head coach in practice and game preparation, recruiting, and program administration. This includes budget development and management, student athlete support and development and strength and conditioning. In addition, all graduate assistants will assist in game management of varsity intercollegiate events in their off season. Other duties may be assigned by the head coach and/or the director of athletics.

Successful playing, coaching and/or teaching experience is required. Experience at the intercollegiate level as a coach is preferred.

A small stipend, housing, lunch meal plan and tuition benefits provided.
For more information about McDaniel College, please visit our website at www.mcdaniel.edu.

Please submit a letter of application addressing position requirements, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references using this site.

For additional information contact:

Mike Dailey -- Head Football Coach
McDaniel College
Athletic Department
2 College Hill
Westminster, MD 21157-4390
410-857-2583

Review begins June 1, 2016.

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Graduate Assistant Coach, Field Hockey

SUMMARY: Reporting to a Head Coach a graduate assistant coach is responsible for supporting the management of a varsity intercollegiate sport program at the college. Duties will include support in coaching, recruiting, practice and game organization and team operations, retention and administration. In addition, graduate assistants will serve as game management staff at assigned off-season intercollegiate contests as assigned by the department.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors degree and successful coaching, playing, and/or teaching experience is required. Experience at the intercollegiate level is preferred.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following but not limited to:

1) Assist head coach in organizing and conducting practices and contests.

2) Assist in the hiring, supervision and evaluation of student assistants.

3) Assist in the recruitment of a diverse group of qualified student athletes for successful participation at the varsity athletic level

4) Advise and direct team members, captains, Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) team representatives and team managers as directed.

5) Assist the head coach with team travel, housing and meals with department secretary. Submit a travel itinerary before every away event.

6) Demonstrate leadership, sportsmanship, and conduct becoming of the coaching profession adhering to all college and professional sport association guidelines

7) Adhere to all NCAA, Centennial Conference, ECAC and sport rules and regulations.

8) Communicate and cooperate with the other department staff in regard to program operations (sports information, sports medicine, budget, equipment room, administration)

9) Serve as game administrator at intercollegiate contests as assigned by the department.

10) Accomplish other duties as assigned by head coach and department

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Counselor Education

McDaniel College Graduate and Professional Studies division is seeking to maintain its strong and productive graduate level counseling programs through two new faculty appointments. McDaniel College operates a vibrant counseling program with tracks in both mental health and school counseling. The College anticipates submitting a self-study for CACREP approval during the Fall of 2016. Appointment 1 will be for a Coordinator of Counseling Programs. The Counseling coordinator provides leadership and long-term planning in the Counseling Programs offering both input and decision making. The Coordinator will be responsible for the oversight of the administrative and programmatic structure of the counseling program. In addition, the Counseling Coordinator will make and contribute to programmatic planning and changes as needed in collaboration with core faculty. Duties include a 2/2 teaching load, academic advising, oversight and coordination of recruitment, orientation, and other administrative tasks to support faculty and students. Appointment 2 will be for an Assistant Coordinator of Counseling Programs. The Assistant Coordinator will have primary responsibility for maintenance of curriculum, assessment, and reporting. In addition, the Assistant Coordinator duties include a 2/2 teaching load, academic advising, and close collaboration with the Coordinator and core faculty to ensure operation of the program. It is anticipated that one of the new hires will have primary responsibility for the school counseling program, while the other will have primary responsibility to the mental health counseling program. Both positions require excellent teaching skills, service to the community and profession, and appropriate scholarship for the discipline. A PhD in Counseling/Counselor Education from a CACREP accredited program is preferred, although a related doctoral degree with qualifications to meet CACREP requirements as a core faculty member will be considered. It is anticipated that at least one of the available positions will be offered to an individual with school counseling experience. Candidates must be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching with scholarly potential and the ability to contribute to curricular and program design.

Application procedures: Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement on teaching philosophy and areas of scholarly interest, and names and contact information for three references electronically to http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/apply.php?id=224

Review of applications will begin May 13, 2016, and continue until the position is filled.

For additional information on this position, contact:

Lisa Lorenz, LCPC, Coordinator of Counseling Programs, at llorenz@mcdaniel.edu.

One of the colleges and universities nationwide known for its success at changing the lives of its students, McDaniel College is a selective liberal arts college located in central Maryland, an hour's drive from Baltimore and Washington, DC. Its primary commitment is to outstanding teaching and to fostering critical and creative thinking and humane and responsible action.

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Graduate Assistant Coach, Men's Basketball

McDaniel College, a private, Liberal Arts College located 30 miles northwest of Baltimore and 55 miles north of Washington, seeks applicants for a Graduate Assistant Coach in the sport of Men's Basketball.

Reporting to the Head Basketball Coach the Graduate Assistant Coach is responsible for supporting the head coach in practice and game preparation, recruiting, and program administration. This position includes evening and weekend travel within the mid-Atlantic region for competition, recruiting. In addition, all graduate assistants will assist in game management of varsity intercollegiate events in their off season. Other duties may be assigned by the head coach and/or the director of athletics.

Successful playing, coaching and/or teaching experience is required. Experience at the intercollegiate level as a coach is preferred.

A stipend, housing, lunch meal plan and tuition benefits provided.
For more information about McDaniel College, please visit our website at www.mcdaniel.edu.

Please send a letter of application addressing position requirements, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references using the link http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/

For additional information contact:
Kevin Curley-- Head Men's Basketball Coach
McDaniel College
Athletic Department
2 College Hill
Westminster, MD 21157-4390
410-857-2573
kcurley@mcdaniel.edu

Review begins June 1, 2016
McDaniel College is an AA/EOE institution and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity.

Graduate Assistant, Women's Lacrosse

McDaniel College, a private, Liberal Arts College located 30 miles northwest of Baltimore and 55 miles north of Washington, seeks applicants for a Graduate Assistant Coach in the sport of Women's Lacrosse. Reporting to the Head W. Lacrosse Coach the Graduate Assistant Coach is responsible for supporting the head coach in practice and game preparation, recruiting, and program administration. This position includes evening and weekend travel within the mid-Atlantic region for competition, recruiting. In addition, all graduate assistants will assist in game management of varsity intercollegiate events in their off season. Other duties may be assigned by the head coach and/or the director of athletics.

Successful playing, coaching and/or teaching experience is required. Experience at the intercollegiate level as a coach is preferred.

A stipend, lunch meal plan and tuition benefits provided.
For more information about McDaniel College, please visit our website at www.mcdaniel.edu.

Please send a letter of application addressing position requirements, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references using the link http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/

For additional information contact:
Kristin Ramey-- Head Women's Lacrosse Coach
McDaniel College
Athletic Department
2 College Hill
Westminster, MD 21157-4390
410-386-4611
kramey@mcdaniel.edu

Review begins June 1, 2016

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Temporary Summer Groundskeeper

McDaniel College, recognized nationally among "40 Colleges that Change Lives" and U.S. News and World Report top-tier liberal arts colleges, is a four-year private college of the liberal arts and sciences offering more than 60 undergraduate programs of study, including dual and student-designed majors, and over 20 highly regarded graduate programs.

McDaniel College invites applications for a Temporary Summer Groundskeeper position. Compensation for this full-time, temporary position is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Responsibilities
Duties include, but are not limited to:
* Planting, watering, weeding, mulching, edging, and clean-up of all annuals, perennials, shrub beds, and borders.
* Mowing and landscaping of grounds using all types of power equipment
* Operating various types of equipment, including power mower, saws, edger, shears, light to medium weight trucks to pick up and deliver materials and supplies, and light or medium tractors and attachment used to maintain grounds as needed.
* Assisting with set-ups and major campus events.
* Performing other duties as assigned
Qualifications
* Experience on a landscaping, golf course or horticulture preferred.
* The ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions
* Conscientious, safe, and efficient execution of assigned work
* Ability to understand and carry out detailed instructions and use a/your smart phone for 2 way commutations and mobile dispatch.
* Ability to work in cooperation with other team members toward company goals
Abilities
* Ability to work well with a wide range of people
* Ability to work weekends, occasional holidays and inclement weather
* Ability to repetitively lift, carry, and position objects weighing up to 50 pounds without assistance.
* Ability to repetitively push and pull objects weighing up to 50 pounds without assistance while kneeling; squatting; reaching above the head; reaching at the waist; reaching below the knees; and bending at the knees.
* Ability to repetitively push and pull equipment (for example, pallet jack, push mower, hand truck) containing product loads a minimum of 100 yards without assistance.
* Ability to repetitively grasp and manipulate objects of varying size and weight requiring fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
* Ability to exert oneself physically over sustained periods of time to complete job activities.
* Ability to stand a minimum of 6 hours during the workday.

TO APPLY
Please apply using the following link: http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/. Only applications submitted through this link will be accepted. Review of applications begins immediately.

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Leroy Merritt Fitness Center Lecturer/Manager

The EPE Department is seeking to hire a coordinator for the Leroy Merritt Fitness Center on the McDaniel College campus. This is a full-time, year round position reporting directly to the Chair of the EPE Department. The individual hired for this position will be responsible for managing all aspects of the campus fitness center. The person hired will be expected to teach and mentor students in the management and administration of a fitness facility. They will also be expected to teach one class per semester and supervise student internships in sports performance, physical fitness, and personal training both on and off-campus. Individuals with a Master's degree in a relevant field, two years of relevant experience, certification in either strength and conditioning or personal training, and certification in first aid and CPR are invited to apply. The individual hired will be an excellent teacher, remain active in their professional development, advise undergraduates, and serve on campus committees.

Responsibilities:

Lecturer

-Teach classes as assigned by Chair of the Exercise Science Department
-Provide written syllabi that inform students of objectives and requirements, attendance policy, and methods of evaluation (the forgoing statement defines the expected elements of a syllabus at McDaniel College)
-Submit all grades to the Registrar by the published deadline
-Observe all requirements of the McDaniel College Honor Code (see Student Handbook)
-Provide all examination/evaluation results to students within a reasonable time
-Provide the opportunity during office hours or by special appointment for students to consult or to review the results of tests, papers, and other requirements
-Treat grades and other student records with confidentiality and in accord with state and federal law.
-Advise students as they progress towards their academic and career goals
-Supervise student internships in the Merritt Fitness Center
-Supervise student internships at off-campus sites

Fitness Center Manager

-Supervise all aspects of the Leroy Merritt Fitness Center.
-Responsible for the hiring, scheduling, evaluation, and supervision of the desk attendants, including work-study and campus employment students ensuring that the center is staffed according to hours of operation.
-Coordinates with physical plant and housekeeping for the cleaning and maintenance of the Merritt Fitness Center to ensure a clean and safe space
-Provide fitness and wellness programming for the campus community.
-Supervise and evaluate student interns in the Fitness Center.
-Ensure that all activities taking place in the Fitness Center are monitored for safety and proper technique to maintain the health and welfare of Fitness Center users.
-Develop, communicate and enforce fitness center policies and procedures.
-Monitor and oversee the maintenance and repair of all fitness center equipment.
-Coordinate with the Chair of the Exercise Science Department the use of the fitness center for exercise science classes.
-Coordinate student athlete use of the fitness center with the Director of Athletics and/or their designee
-Maintain the facility schedule as needed
-Manage facility budget and purchase of new equipment

Other duties as assigned by the Chair of EPE

Qualifications:

-Master's degree in relevant field of study required
-Two years of successful relevant experience; teaching experience preferred
-Strength and Conditioning Certification or Personal Training Certification
-First aid/CPR certification
-The ability and willingness to provide excellent service and to work in a collegial manner with students, faculty and staff, and other constituencies is essential.


Application procedures: Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement on teaching philosophy, and names and contact information for three references electronically to http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/apply.php?id=231

Review of applications will begin May 16, 2016.

One of forty colleges and universities nationwide known for its success at changing the lives of its students, McDaniel College is a selective liberal arts college located in Central Maryland nearby Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Its primary commitment is to outstanding teaching and to fostering critical and creative thinking and humane and responsible action.

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Area Coordinator

Position: Area Coordinator

Reports to: Director of Residence Life

Department: Residence Life

Scope: Living on campus, The Area Coordinator (AC) is responsible for the total student development program within a residence hall area, including the supervision and advisement of student staff and student leaders, development of a health community environment, programming, judicial intervention, enforcement of college policy, student conflict resolution and management, and area housing operations. The AC is also responsible for coordinating and implementing special programs and projects specifically designed to meet the needs of First Year Students, Greek organizations, Affinity (Special Interest) groups, and students living in Independent Housing (apartments and houses).

Basic Responsibilities:
I. Provide direction for the development of a healthy community environment supportive of the mission and goals of the College.
II. Communicate, interpret and enforce college rules and regulations necessary for maintaining high standards of individual and community behavior.
III. Provide supervision and leadership to student staff, hall government and student leaders in area.
IV. Coordinate and administer area housing operations including, but not limited to, room changes, work orders, room and common damage billing, break period safety inspections, lock changes, key assignments, and room inspections.
V. Assist in the planning and implementation of department-wide and divisional functions and responsibilities.

Specific Responsibilities:
I. Provide direction for the development of a healthy community environment supportive of the mission and goals of the College.
a. Develop and coordinate residence hall programs and activities through student staff which facilitate the co-curricular education of students within a residence hall area.
b. Initiate area-specific projects or programs designed to develop community spirit and cohesion among community members.
c. Promote the development of student leaders by increasing students' direct involvement in the governance of their residence hall area.
d. Proactively communicate with students to foster an understanding of rights and responsibilities of individuals in the community, particularly the encouragement of self-regulation and self-government within the residence halls.
e. Assist in the resolution of roommate conflicts and community disputes.
f. Advise students with personal and emotional conflicts, and act as a referral agent for other resources on campus.
g. Provide the efficient delivery of services to students when reasonable.

II. Communicate, interpret and enforce college rules and regulations necessary for maintaining high standards of individual and community behavior.
a. Responsible for the judicial program within a residence hall area. Compose notification letters to students, conduct hearings, and gather relevant information pertinent to a case, decide responsibility of policy violations, and make judgments regarding sanctions appropriate to policy violations and inappropriate behavior for which an individual is found responsible.
b. Monitor completion of judicial sanctions and follow up immediately with students when deadlines are missed.
c. Promote respect for living units and common area space by monitoring damage and vandalism reports, initiating prevention and awareness programs, and holding individuals or the community accountable through damage billing and judicial process.
d. Coordinate with the Department of Campus Safety responses to safety and security concerns, particularly with respect to fire safety equipment and security devices.
e. Participate in on-call duty rotation with other area supervisors except during those times when the college is closed. Respond to crisis and emergency situations.

III. Provide supervision and leadership to student staff, hall government and student leaders in area.
a. Supervise Resident Assistant staff. Conduct weekly staff meetings, hold regularly scheduled individual meetings with staff members, and evaluate staff members once a semester. Provide on-going feedback to Resident Assistants regarding their performance, and confront inappropriate staff behavior. Oversee staff programming, administrative tasks (room condition reports, safety inspections, etc.), nightly duty coverage and other RA responsibilities. Provide staff development opportunities for growth.
b. Advise residence hall government. Coordinate election/selection of officers, meet regularly with building leaders, and serve as an advocate of hall government concerns. Provide leadership skills training for student leaders.
c. Act as a liaison between student leaders and Residence Life.
d. Administer area programming budget to support Resident Assistants' and area hall government programs and activities.

IV. Coordinate and administer area housing operations including, but not limited to, room changes, work orders, room and common damage billing, break period safety inspections, lock changes, key assignments, and room inspections.
a. Serve as a liaison with Physical Plant and Campus Safety regarding maintenance and safety concerns in the residential facilities. Conduct periodic walk throughs (monthly) of residence facilities with Housekeeping and Physical Plant staff.
b. Responsible for properly checking students into and out of a residence hall area.
c. Coordinate room changes in area.
d. Responsible for periodic safety inspections and monitoring rooms found to be in appropriate condition.
e. Report work orders to Physical Plant and follow-up on maintenance concerns with students and Plant personnel.
f. Assess individual and common damage and excessive cleaning bills. Communicate with students regarding damages and excessive cleaning charges.
g. Responsible for the accurate handling of security related items including keys and access to the residence halls.

V. Assist in the planning and implementation of department-wide and divisional functions and responsibilities.
a. Participate in the selection and training of the Resident Assistant staff. Attend all staff training programs; present training workshops; and assist in the implementation of group process interaction sessions.
b. Assist in the administration of the room selection process and first-year student assignments. Participate in Room Draw in April.
c. Assist with opening and closing of the residence halls at the beginning and end of each academic term including January Term.
d. Be available to participate in other departmental responsibilities as requested including, but not limited to, admitted student days, summer orientation events, and Board of Trustees meetings.
e. Support departmental, divisional, and college-wide policies and decisions, especially when interacting with students. Work as a member of a team with other Student Affairs staff both within the department and the division.
f. Seek out and participate in opportunities for professional development.
g. Assist the Director of Residence Life and Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs in other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
* Master's degree in an area related to higher education preferred; bachelor's degree required.
* Prior Residence Life experience (1-2 years) at the undergraduate or graduate level.
* Ability to work effectively with students, administrators, and faculty.
* Exemplary organizational and interpersonal skills.
* Prior experience with housing operations, responding to crises and emergencies, and adjudicating disciplinary incidents preferred.
* Interest in working with First Year students, Greek social organizations, or community service group.

Physical Characteristics:
* This position requires sitting for long periods of time, as well as some bending and stooping when working with files. This position does have some limited lifting involved but not more than 10 pounds at a time. Quite a bit of finger/hand dexterity is involved in regards to typing and/or filing. The overall setting of the job is in an area conducive to a normal office environment with minimal exposure to adverse conditions.

Messaging and Communications System Administrator

Reports to: Director of Infrastructure Services
Department: Information Technology
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

SCOPE
The Messaging and Communications System Administrator will manage and maintain the systems and software used to drive email and voice communications for McDaniel College. This includes maintenance of internal and external email infrastructures, the voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) telephony system and infrastructure, and ensuring the security and reliability of all of their associated pieces.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

- Will serve as primary administrative support for on-premises Microsoft Exchange messaging system, and cloud based Office 365 solution. Will act as a support resource with help desk and desktop support services in resolving user issues and in managing and prioritizing technical tickets for user issues.
- Will manage listserv operations for the institution.
- Will help manage best practices around message filtering and bulk mail.
- Will regularly check success of backup processes, and be prepared to recover/restore data and files as needed by users.
- Will help document and maintain usage policies for systems.
- Will create user activity reports as needed, and make recommendations around capacity and growth needs of systems.
- Will assist with regular system maintenance and associated updates, patches, and upgrades for systems under individual's responsibility.
- Will assist in helping connect various mobile devices to systems.
- Will monitor systems and conduct preventative maintenance as needed.
- Will help manage the primary interface to VoIP, Cisco Communication Call Manager and Unity Connect.
- Will take lead in managing user self-care portal as part of VoIP system.
- Will support, configure, and deploy VoIP devices across campus.
- Will serve as primary support resource for Jabber.
- Will assist in producing user support documentation for VoIP telephony system.
- Will help support various teleconferencing and video conferencing technologies across campus.
- Will troubleshoot networking and communication issues within the various layers of Cisco networking.
- Will work with outside vendors to resolve system issues and to provide optimal system uptime.
- Will assist Director of Infrastructure in performing overall network maintenance and management, and conducting regular network security audits.
- Will test and evaluate new features and solutions that may address the needs of the messaging and telecommunications environment of McDaniel.
- Other duties as assigned.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

- Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, or equivalent relevant experience.
- Knowledge of MS Exchange and Windows server administration. Solid understanding of Outlook and of mailbox management, consolidation, and migration.
- Knowledge of Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, and LDAP.
- Familiarity with network infrastructure, including TCP/IP. Knowledge of Cisco networking/telecommunication environments, including switches and routers.
- Familiarity with VLANs and VPNs.
- Familiarity with VoIP, SIP, and PRI technology.
- Knowledge of PowerShell a plus.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively and project a positive and professional image.
- Strong documentation skills with a strong focus on being detail oriented.
- Ability to manage multiple issues/problems at any given time.
- Demonstrated ability to research and resolve complex technical issues.

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS:
- This position requires sitting for long periods of time, as well as some bending and stooping when working with files. This position does have some limited lifting involved but not more than 10 pounds at a time. Quite a bit of finger/hand dexterity is involved in regards to typing and/or filing. The overall setting of the job is in an area conducive to a normal office environment with minimal exposure to adverse conditions.

TO APPLY
Please send a cover letter addressing position qualifications and related experience, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references using the following link: http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/. Only applications submitted through this link will be accepted.

To be considered, applications must be received by June 21, 2016.

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Imaging and Reporting Programmer Analyst

Reports to: Director of Enterprise Applications
Department: Information Technology
FSLA Status: Non-Exempt

Scope:
The Imaging and Reporting Programmer Analyst will take the lead in supporting, managing, and maintaining the critical technologies for McDaniel College that drive document imaging and reporting. This will include, but not be limited to, installation of software on client machines, customer problem tracking, testing of new features, updating and patching of hardware as needed, and working with peers inside of Information Technology to support these solutions. Position will serve as primary support and technical advocate for these solutions for McDaniel.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

- Will support all College business offices in their efforts to utilize enterprise document imaging system and in using data tools for reporting on institutional information.
- Will create and maintain procedural and user documentation related to the enterprise reporting (Informer) and imaging (ImageNow) tools.
- Will establish and maintain user accounts, profiles, access privileges, and security for reporting and imaging systems.
- Will serve as important training and support resource in helping to support the distributed reporting and imaging specialists in administrative departments across the institution.
- Will provide expertise in the files and data elements within the main administrative management system (Colleague) in order to assist departmental reporting specialists with accurate, efficient reports.
- Will assist in converting old reports into newer, more relevant versions.
- Will create and manage project plans for new deployments and implementations of enterprise document imaging solution.
- Will oversee day-to-day operation of ImageNow document imaging system. This includes maintaining end user and administrator documentation for system, and accommodating user requests for scanning, linking, and workflow needs.
- Will assist in evaluating, testing, and managing software upgrades for the document imaging system.
- Will develop, manage, and maintain imaging workflows based on business office needs and requirements.
- Will communicate with end-user community regarding system changes/updates, and technical solutions when applicable. Will investigate, troubleshoot, and resolve application functionality issues based on user feedback.
- Will perform file archiving and purging as necessary to ensure reliable system performance for users.
- Will work with vendors and server as primary technical contact in reporting and addressing software bugs.
- Will monitor system performance and make recommendations around changes to software and hardware in response to the growth and needs of the systems.
- Will evaluate, test, and implement new imaging and reporting software features and solutions in conjunction with affected business offices.
- Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

- Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, or equivalent relevant experience.
- Solid understanding of basic Windows server administration and Windows operating systems.
- Intermediate database skills, including knowledge of SQL, UniData, and general database management and administration.
- Knowledge of reporting software tools (Informer), and document imaging tools (ImageNow).
- Knowledge of student information systems, including Colleague, and their associated data management.
- Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy.
- Ability to teach/train others in a one-on-one or group setting.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively and project a positive and professional image.
- Strong documentation skills with a strong focus on being detail oriented.
- Ability to manage multiple issues/problems at any given time.
- Demonstrated ability to research and resolve complex technical issues.

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS:
- This position requires sitting for long periods of time, as well as some bending and stooping when working with files. This position does have some limited lifting involved but not more than 10 pounds at a time. Quite a bit of finger/hand dexterity is involved in regards to typing and/or filing. The overall setting of the job is in an area conducive to a normal office environment with minimal exposure to adverse conditions.

TO APPLY
Please send a cover letter addressing position qualifications and related experience, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references using the following link: http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/jobs/. Only applications submitted through this link will be accepted.

To be considered, applications must be received by June 21, 2016.

McDaniel College, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, and employment of students, faculty, and staff in the operation of any of its educational programs and activities. McDaniel College will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.

Vice President for Institutional Advancement

McDaniel College seeks an accomplished, creative leader to serve as vice president for institutional advancement. Working with the dynamic leadership of its ninth president, Dr. Roger Casey, and a team of four other vice presidents, the VPIA will play a key role in building McDaniel's capacity to support its strategic objectives and direct a recently launched $50-million fundraising initiative.

Founded in 1867 as one of the nation's first independent, coeducational institutions, McDaniel is recognized as one of the Colleges that Change Lives. The College's ~1600 undergraduate students choose from more than 60 programs of study, and McDaniel's more than twenty graduate degree and certificate programs enroll more than 1500 students. Situated on a scenic hilltop, the160-acre campus is ideally located 30 miles northwest of Baltimore and 56 miles north of Washington, D.C. McDaniel also has a campus in Budapest, Hungary.

The vice president is responsible for all the institution's advancement, development, alumni, and parent relations. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated success in managing a successful advancement office, accomplishing a capital campaign, generating major and planned gifts, enhancing institutional visibility, and developing an outstanding team.

Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications (cover letter, vita, and names of three references) should be emailed to presoffice@mcdaniel.edu. Questions may be addressed to the same site. Review of applications will begin immediately.

McDaniel College is an equal opportunity employer and will not tolerate any discrimination or harassment on basis of any protected status including race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, genetic information, marital status, veteran's status or any other legally protected status.
 
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