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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.

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, 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.

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.

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.

Operations and Programs Assistant

Reports to: Director of Student Engagement and Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion
Department: Student Engagement and Student Diversity and Inclusion, Division of Student Affairs
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Scope: Under the supervision of the Director of Student Engagement and the Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion, the Operations and Programs Assistant provides organizational, administrative, and office management services to the shared office suite. Serves as the front line of communication for Student Engagement and Student Diversity and Inclusion. Assists the Directors in the production of weekly and annual reports regarding these functional areas. Responsible for assisting with financial services for student organizations, student employment and general program support as directed. Has frequent contact with students, faculty, and staff regarding questions about Student Engagement and Student Diversity and Inclusion. May supervise a team of student employees.

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Provide office management to support the mission, goals, and overall functioning of Student Engagement and Student Diversity and Inclusion as they relate to the College's Strategic plan, and the Division of Student Affairs goals.
2. Supports financial processing and coordination of procedures for all registered student organizations who fall under the Office of Student Engagement. Works within the Finance Office team to provide administrative support to the processing of all purchasing, and check requests related to these student organizations.
3. Manages an annual office calendar for all activities in cooperation with various other departments at the College. Ensures the calendar is updated regularly.
4. Provide administrative support for office staff: Manage work calendars, coordinate meetings, take meeting minutes, reconcile expense reports, answer and direct incoming phone calls, submit check requests and travel expense reports. Staff includes: Director of Student Engagement, Associate Director of Student Engagement, Assistant Director of Student Engagement, and Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion.
5. Assist the offices in developing reports and presentations: Assist with the development, production and distribution of weekly, semester and annual reports.
6. Manages office supply orders. Manages supplies for the Student Organization Resource Center, and equipment for the Student Rec Lounge. Maintains oversight for the operations of these areas of the Student Center.
7. Creates, distributes and manages student employee schedules, timecards, and payroll for all areas of both offices where students are employed. (Including but not limited to: Rec Lounge, Student Organization Resource Center, and main office suite). May supervise or co-supervise student employees as requested. Coordinate main office suite schedule to provide and ensure coverage during operational hours.
8. Maintains and develops documentation of office policies and procedures.
9. Provides Administrative support to various campus-wide events such as: Introduction Convocation, Spring Awards Ceremony, Senior Honors Convocation, Multicultural Leaders Banquet, Family Weekend, Homecoming, New Student Orientation, and Parent Preview program.
10. Support of production, coordination and maintenance of all digital and print media, website, and other publications.
11. Facilitate the processing of student concerns and complaints.
12. Demonstrate ability to analyze problems, make recommendations, take appropriate courses of action and exercise good judgment in decision making.
13. Functions as primary contact for general office correspondence and inquiries. Responds to questions and clarifies information concerning programs, dates, student feedback etc. Responds to a variety of standard inquiries via email and phone. In consultation with the Directors, responds to inquiries that are not served by standardized automated responses. Ensures accuracy of information provided.
14. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
* Strong organizational skills; strong record keeping skills.
* Strong customer service and ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment.
* Confidentiality: ability to manage highly sensitive and confidential material and to use discretion in communications with students, parents, staff and faculty.
* Mature interpersonal skills in order to deal with a broad range of clientele.
* Ability to communicate effectively with faculty, staff, parents and external contacts.
* Management skills: ability to manage multiple high-level office functions, policies, and programs.
* Strong administrative skills.
* High level of proficiency in use of technology including (but not limited to) Colleague, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Pages, Adobe Products, and OrgSync.
* Strong written and verbal communication skills: able to conduct both written and oral communication in an articulate, professional and knowledgeable manner.
* Supervisory skills: ability to effectively train and supervise a team of student employees.
* Demonstrated capacity to develop & maintain effective working relationships with individuals & organizations reflecting a broad range of identities, perspectives & experiences.
* Undergraduate Degree strongly preferred
* A minimum of three years administrative experience required
* Prior higher education experience with interest or experience in diversity and inclusion, admissions, student affairs, marketing/communications and/or student services highly desirable.
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 June 17, 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.

Visit Assistant for Admissions

Reports to: Asst/Assoc Director of Visit Experiences
Department: Admissions
FSLA Status: Non-exempt

Scope: Reports to the Asst/Assoc Director of Visit Experiences and provides support for all daily visitor events as well as all on-campus recruitment and yield programs. The Visit Specialist is the first-line person for phone and in-person greeting of guests of the Admissions Office. Uses the online calendar to register prospective student visitors, maintains the master online calendars within the Admissions CRM, Slate as well as the Admission Staff Outlook Calendar, responds to the visits email and maintains the reception area and lobby to ensure a welcoming experience and positive impression for first-time and returning visitors.

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Assist the Asst/Assoc Director of Visit Experiences with preparations for all daily visitors, scheduling events for individual "Day at McDaniel" Experiences, and preparing for all on-campus recruitment and yield programs.
a. Organize tour groups and assign tour guides based on student interests and connections.
b. Confirm lunch hosts, escorts and group session locations.
c. Notify Asst/Assoc Director of Visit Experiences when the size of the group session requires a larger alternate location.
d. Assist with walk-in visitors by providing backup support for last minute changes to the schedule.

2. Utilize the Admissions CRM, Techolutions Slate, to enter prospective student information at the point of contact, register students for visits, assess event locations and assist families with admission deadlines, processes, and status updates.
a. Enter appropriate prospective data for new records, updating records, visit requests and phone calls.
b. Maintain the online calendar for tours, information sessions, interviews and "Day at McDaniel" visits.
c. Verify visit schedule and the type of visit requested based on the time of year and type of student.
d. Prepare the visitor "plan of the day" and print all visitor profiles for visiting students' arrival.
e. Enter appropriate data related to each visitor during the check-in process.
f. Prepare for Saturday visits: tour guide reminders, visitor profile preparation and review of the visit process on following work day.
g. Assist Asst/Assoc Director of Visit Experiences with planning and preparation for group visits.
h. Maintain registrations and participant RSVPS for all on-campus programs: Fall Visit Days, Transfer Student Visit Days, Celebrate You, Dorsey Scholars Weekend, Scholars on the Hill, Admitted Student Days, Junior Visit Days and Summer Information Sessions, and assist the Asst/Assoc Director of Visit Experiences with the preparation for the check-in process.

3. First-line person to answer multi-line phone; assisting, screening and routing calls and voice mail messages.

4. Read, respond to and/or forward all emails received via the visits@mcdaniel.edu account on a daily basis. Check account several times each day to ensure a timely response and to assist in scheduling visits as efficiently as possible.

5. Assist with greeting visitors.
a. Welcome, direct and assist staff with visitors.
b. Notify appropriate Counselor of guest arrivals.
c. Partner with Asst/Assoc Director of Visit Experiences to assist with walk-in visitors and changes needed for currently scheduled visitors.

6. Maintain Reception Area.
a. Monitor reception area to ensure that it is clean and attractive.
b. Prepare daily "Welcome Screen" for expected visitors first thing each morning.
c. Schedule weekly flower delivery and adjust when needed when office is closed.
d. Maintain supply of brochures and flyers.
e. Order and maintain coffee station supplies.
f. Order and maintain water cooler bottles.
g. Check and restock outside Brass Box packets.

7. Perform other duties as needed or required to support the function of the Admissions Office.
a. Confirm and submit tour guide time sheets to Payroll.
b. Assist in Open Houses, Admitted Student Days and other events.
c. Assist with data entry and in-house mailings at peak times and when student workers are not available.
d. Assist other Admissions Staff with projects and tasks.

Qualifications:
* High school or equivalent diploma required.
* Two years secretarial experience required (Bachelor's degree accepted in lieu of secretarial experience).
* Admissions experience or previous work in a college setting is desired.
* Demonstrated experience and comfort with online systems, and specifically an online calendar system is essential.
* Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational skills to maintain a professional and service-oriented demeanor. Must possess composure, tact, diplomacy, and discretion and be able to react quickly and calmly when last-minute changes occur.
* Excellent time management skills and the demonstrated ability to regain focus after interruptions.
* Working knowledge of a Windows environment and the Microsoft Office Suite (specifically merging documents in Word and manipulating data in Excel).
* Working knowledge of general office equipment.
* Ability to anticipate and plan for cyclical activities.

Physical Characteristics:
* This position requires sitting for long periods of time. This position does have some limited lifting involved but not more than 20 pounds at a time. Quite a bit of finger/hand dexterity is involved in regards to typing. 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. Title of the position will be determined based on the level of admissions experience of the successful candidate. Review of candidates begins on June 3, 2016 and continues until the position is filled. The position is available beginning July 6, 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.

Director Graduate Enrollment Management

Reports to: Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies

Department: Graduate and Professional Studies
FSLA Status: Exempt
Appointment Type: Full time, 12 Month

Scope: The Director of Graduate Enrollment Management, working under the direction of the Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies, provides leadership and support for marketing and enrollment efforts across the entire Graduate and Professional Studies program portfolio. The incumbent is responsible to ensure that the strategic goals of Graduate and Professional Studies are appropriately supported in a manner that supports the College's mission and strategic plan, reflecting institutional strengths and priorities.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITY: LEADERSHIP/ADMINISTRATIVE
DUTY STATEMENTS:
* Establish metrics for marketing, admissions, and enrollment with attendant reporting processes
* Leadership and mentoring of Graduate Enrollment Management team members
* Ensure that all inquiries, applicants, and students receive exceptional customer service from the Graduate Enrollment Management Team
* Developing research-based business cases for a variety of * Serving on joint marketing task force with undergraduate marketing to develop a comprehensive marketing plan for McDaniel College
* Member of the Graduate Program Coordinator Committee
* Point person for graduate marketing-related information on the Middle States Accreditation Committee
* Coordination of GPS commencement and member of the McDaniel Commencement Team
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
* Written reporting processes across all department (GEM) metrics
* Delivery of reports on pre-arranged timelines
* Current development plan for members of the GEM office
* Annual goals for GEM office
* Developed and assessed customer service objectives
* Attendance at all assigned committee meetings

KEY ACCOUNTABILITY: RECRUITMENT & ADMISSIONS
DUTY STATEMENTS
* Create and promulgate a seamless marketing-admissions-enrollment message
* Ensures the success of recruitment initiatives
* Assists in the planning and implementation of on-campus, onsite, and GPS student admissions programs
* Working with Career Services to develop a stronger tie between that unit and graduate students/ alumni
* Coordinates the development, updating and inventory of admissions publications and web information
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
* Targets for recruitment initiatives and demonstration that targets are met.
* Maintain calendar of recruitment events and after-action reports for future planning
* Current publications (print and electronic)

KEY ACCOUNTABILITY: MARKETING & STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION
DUTY STATEMENTS:
* Development and implementation of highly targeted and strategic annual marketing plans focused on brand, by program, by portfolio and addressing B2B and B2C prospect audiences
* Development of scope of work, budgets and roll-out strategies for new programs reaching local, regional, and national audiences (B2B and B2C)
* Working as a member of a team with the Office of Communication Management
* Develop and execute an internal marketing campaign for Graduate and Professional Studies
* Development of marketing budget models, tracking methods, marketing tactics and goals and metrics
* Implementation and revision of various message, image,
* GPS brand development and management
* Reviewing and revising strategies and tactics based on a
* Copywriting, editing, creative design and tracking of various forms of online, electronic, broadcast and print solicitations including: social media ads, SEM/web ads (text and display), Podcasts and video-casts, e-mails, letters, print ads, postcards, flyers, posters, brochures, catalogues and annual reports
* Management of outside vendors for a variety of marketing and outsourcing projects
* Coordination of media buys (print, web, radio, TV)
* Business analysis, risk assessment and cost-per-acquisition analysis for various college initiatives
* Management of social media presences
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
* Written marketing plan(s) with year-end assessments
* Annual marketing plan for internal audience
* Demonstrated accomplishment of internal marketing goals
* Annual budgets submitted by established deadlines
* Annual Update report documenting process and initiative change based on assessments

KEY ACCOUNTABILITY: MARKETING RESEARCH
DUTY STATEMENTS
* Benchmarking, competitive analysis, audience insights, Gap Analyses, SWOT analyses and needs assessments for existing and upcoming programs
* New program discovery research
* Survey research (internal and external audiences)
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
* Updated program analysis as required
* New program reports submitted by deadlines


Qualifications:
* A minimum of 5 years of experience in marketing, public
* Excellent oral and written communication skills
*Experience with creative or entrepreneurial ventures, developing marketing strategies and familiarity with non-profit environments a plus

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, 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.

Sergeant/Shift Supervisor

McDaniel College, recognized nationally among "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 Sergeant/Shift Supervisor. At McDaniel College we value our employees by offering our full-time employees tuition remission, 403B retirement accounts with employer match, paid time off, medical insurance, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, and paid maternity and parental leave. Visit College website at http://www.mcdaniel.edu/employment for details.

Sergeant is responsible to the Deputy Director and Director of Campus Safety for the protection of life and property on the McDaniel College campus. The supervision of work of the officers and the delivery of campus protection and safety services through these officers are the primary duty of the supervisor. This position is assigned shifts variably, and is expected to be available for overtime, and holiday work. Training, both on campus in-service and off site, is assigned or available. This is a safety sensitive position and pre-employment and random drug testing are required. The criticality of error in this position is VERY HIGH and all tasks (including routine) tasks must be done with precision.

Qualifications & Experience:
* Two (2) years' experience with McDaniel College as an O-2 or O-3; or five 5 years, with another law enforcement/security department (college preferred) two (2) of which must be as a supervisor; or five (5) years in another emergency service agency.
* High School Diploma/GED required (Associate's Degree or equivalent college credits preferred). Experience may be substituted for academic study.
* Successful completion of a Police First-Line Supervisor course within one year of hiring (may be delayed by lack of program availability).
* Mastery in a collateral area as demonstrated by documented experience or issuance of advanced certification (ex. Instructor, FTO, EMS, Defensive Tactics Instructor, Community Outreach, Evidence/property management, Investigations, Special Event Coordination, etc.).
* Three years of consecutive evaluations where no more than one individual area is a 1/needs improvement (internal candidates).
* No disciplinary matters recorded during the last three (3) years.
* Ability to effectively lead and supervise personnel, and execute sound command decisions under stressful conditions.
* Experience with: completion of assignments in a timely manner, management of multiple special events simultaneously, communication with various college and neighborhood constituencies, and maintenance of close work relationships with subordinates.
* Exceptional written and oral communication skills.
* Proficiency in the Incident Command System, including certification in the following FEMA courses: ICS 100, 200, 700, & 800, or an ability to successfully complete the courses within six months of hiring.
* Ability to self-start and self-supervise daily tasks, and work under stress necessary.
* Must be able to maintain a departmentally approved First Aid/CPR/AED certification.
* Must maintain a valid vehicle operator's license with two or less points.
* Must be able to obtain a Special Police Commission within six months of hiring.
* Completion of a Police training academy or departmentally approved law enforcement training program.
* Working knowledge of federal Clery Act and Title IX
* Must be able to pass a comprehensive background investigation.

Physical Characteristics:
Uniform personnel in the Department of Campus Safety may be exposed to Potential Infectious Materials or Hazardous Materials in the delivery of Campus Safety services such as: first aid, order maintenance, etc. Examples of these substances include: blood, bodily fluids, O.C. spray, etc. Officers are trained in handling incidents that involve such exposures and protocols are documented in the Campus Safety Guidelines. Officers must maintain the ability to run, jump, squat, kneel, minimally dead-lift 50 lbs., drag a least 150 lbs., have vision and hearing within normal limits necessary for completing essential job tasks.

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 July 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.

Support Services Supervisor

Position: Support Services Supervisor
Reports to: Deputy Director of Campus Safety
Department: Department of Campus Safety
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Classification: Essential

Scope: The Support Services Manager reports to the Deputy Director of Campus Safety, but provides administrative support to both the Director and Deputy Director of Campus Safety, and is principally responsible for the efficient management and effective supervision of the Department's Support Services functions including the Communications (Dispatch) Center, service desk operations, library security, shuttle operations, Parking citation appeals board, and the administration of essential office functions. This is a safety sensitive position requiring pre-employment and random drug testing. The criticality of error in this position is VERY HIGH and all tasks (including routine) tasks must be done with precision.

Responsibilities
A. Supervisory duties
1. Administer efficient office operations with a high level of customer care.
2. Evaluate performance of all personnel in the Support Services Unit including communications personnel, library security personnel, shuttle drivers, and work study students.
3. Manage the vetting and hiring process to fill vacancies in the Support Services Unit, and make hiring recommendations to the Director and Deputy Director.
4. Effectively train and closely monitor the work of all newly hired personnel in Support Services.
5. Evaluate training needs of Support Services personnel, and make recommendations concerning in-service training and professional development opportunities to meet those needs.
6. Maintain scheduling of all personnel, ensuring adequate staffing of Communications personnel, shuttle drivers, and work study students.
7. Maintain on-call status for efficient office operations.
8. Research and compile Daily Crime Log.
B. Dispatch duties (on an emergency back-up basis only)
1. Dispatch officers to calls for service.
2. Create dispatch log entries for all officer duties.
3. Research information for officers, departments and allied agencies.
4. Serve as initial contact for visitors and callers.
5. Manage parking permits registration, sales and deposits.
6. Track and keep records on Lost and Found property.
7. Perform all duties outlined in dispatcher job description.
8. May need to cover dispatch shifts outside of the normal business hours of
operation, and is expected to be available for occasional overtime, and holiday
shifts.
9. Place work orders for campus repairs as needed

C. Maintain efficient office operation, effectively delegating work.
1. Administer the office records management and filing system.
2. Process incoming calls, mail, work orders, bills, check requests and charge fines.
3. Maintain office budget.
4. Maintain Director and Deputy Director's calendar(s).
5. Maintain department supplies.
6. Research and compile information for various reports.
7. Track tickets and ticket appeals, assign appropriate billing for violations. Coordinate and schedule parking citation appeals board.
8. Review all payroll and forward to the Deputy Director for approval.
9. Regularly review and make disposition of lost and found property.
10. Attend campus meetings as directed.
11. Research and compile Daily Crime Log.

D. Oversee campus-wide security and fire system.
1. Regular communication with Physical Plant Work Order Coordinator for the tracking of outside vendors for hardware malfunctions and repairs.
2. Provide lab and building access cards as requested for employees and students.
3. Monitor security system for all campus building; including Computer, Biology, Chemistry and Art labs.
4. Program security doors and motion detectors for automatic timed opening and closing.

E. Liaison between department and outside agencies, and serves as the contact between officers and external agencies during routine and emergency situations.

F. Other related duties as may be assigned, including designation as a "mandatory
reporter," otherwise known as a Campus Security Authority, to report any information
about crime(s) to Patrol shift supervisor shift immediately.

G. Serves as the department's accreditation manager, and assists with Clery Act and Title IX compliance.

Qualifications & Experience:
* Must possess excellent analytical skills; organizational skills; oral and written communication skills; and interpersonal and customer service skills.
* High School Diploma required. Associate's Degree or equivalent college credits preferred. Experience may be substituted for academic study.
* Minimum of two years' experience in office or related management with additional supervisory experience preferred, campus environment preferred.
* Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and experience with databases.
* Ability to self-start and self-supervise daily tasks, and maintain strict confidentiality of private, sensitive, or legally protected information.
* Ability to learn and maintain records on college systems such as Colleague, ImageNow, Archway and others as needed.
* Ability to effectively prioritize tasks; delegate work; complete assignments in a timely manner; multi-task in a potentially fast-paced, stressful environment; work well both independently and with others, fostering rapport and trust with superiors, subordinates, College constituent groups, and other customers and clientele.
* Experience working in a police or security communications center preferred.
* Working knowledge of the Incident Command System preferred, and the ability to successfully complete the following FEMA courses within six months of hiring: ICS 100, 200, 700, & 800.
* Working knowledge of federal Clery Act and Title IX compliance mandates preferred.

Shuttle Driver, Campus Safety

Position: Shuttle Driver

Reports to: Support Services Manager
Department: Department of Campus Safety

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Compensation: $11.00

Scope: Reporting to the Support Services Manager, the Shuttle Driver is to transport passengers to and from locations using a campus vehicle. Locations include Westminster; Shady Grove and Owings Mills Metro Stations; BWI Airport; BWI Amtrak; and Greyhound Bus Terminal in Baltimore.

Basic Responsibilities:
Transport passengers to and from the Shady Grove/Owings Mills Metro Station and shopping areas within Westminster approximately 28 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays per year.
Transport student passengers to and from Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, BWI Amtrak station, Shady Grove Metro Station and Greyhound Bus Terminal on Haines Street during designated times during the year.
Must follow all State, Local and Federal Traffic laws while in McDaniel Vehicles.

Specific Responsibilities:
I. Transport student passengers to and from the Shady Grove/Owings Mills Metro station, and shopping areas within Westminster. Pick up student passengers at the designated location and return passengers to the same area within a designated time frame.
a. Manager the number of student passengers on the van during all departing and returning trips (It is an 11 passenger van).
b. Monitor behavior of students riding the van.
c. Record the number of riders to each location using a tally sheet.
d. Report any problems, issues or concerns involving the shuttle service.
e. Maintain the shuttle schedule.
f. Inspect the vehicle.
g. Assist with signing in students for the service and recording all of the needed information.

II. Transport student passengers to and from Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, BWI Amtrak Station, Shady Grove Metro Station and the Greyhound Bus Station on Haines Street.
a. Pick up student passengers at the designated location for departure to a specific location at specified times.
b. Drop off students at the designated location.
c. Pick up students at BWI Airport and BWI Amtrak Station on specified pick up dates and return to McDaniel.

Qualifications:
* A valid driver's license for at least six years and point-free driving record for at least three years
* Availability to work Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays.
* Knowledge of location of BWI Airport, BWI Amtrak, Greyhound Bus Station on Haines Street, Shady Grove Metro, Owings Mills Metro and the local Westminster area.
* Demonstrate ability to drive a 11 passenger van
* Ability to use a cell phone
* Ability to communicate effectively with students and Campus Safety staff
* Have a good sense of humor when dealing with students
* Adherence to guidelines and regulations as they pertain to the Pickle/Shuttle service

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.

Review of applications begins immediately.

PT Head Coach, Cheerleading

SUMMARY: Reporting to the Director of Athletics, a part time Head Coach directs and manages a varsity intercollegiate sport program at the college and, in general terms, is responsible for practice and game preparation, as well as recruiting, retention and program administration within that program. In addition they are responsible for the proper utilization of facilities and equipment, scheduling for practices, athletic contests and designated special functions. Finally each head coach will be responsible for assuring all NCAA, ECAC, Centennial, Department and college rules and regulations are adhered to within the program.

QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree, successful coaching and/or teaching experience, strong organizational, communication and leadership skills required. A masters degree along with experience at the intercollegiate level as a coach and administrator is preferred.

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

1) Plan, organize and conduct all practices and contests.

2) Hire, supervise and evaluate all assistant coaches.

3) Recruit and enroll 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.

5) Prepare a schedule in conjunction with the Athletic Director that complies with departmental policies goals, and objectives.

6) Submit all sport budget and equipment requests for approval prior to purchase adhering to department and college budget policies and procedures and schedule.

7) Administer the sport budget in a fiscally responsible manner.

8) Coordinate team travel, housing and meals with department secretary. Submit a travel itinerary before every away event.

9) Complete the pre-season checklist (see department manual)

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

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

12) Monitor and supports the academic progression of team members, develop and enforces team policies and represent program to external constituencies.

13) Attend all required NCAA, Centennial Conference, ECAC and departmental meetings.

14) Manage and conduct a yearly inventory of all uniforms and equipment with the equipment room personnel and submit a new uniform and equipment request as part of the annual budget process.

15) Complete the Pre and post-season checklist. (see department manual)

16) Communicate and cooperate with the training staff in regard to athletic medical clearances, injury prevention, rehabilitation and status of injured athletes.

17) Communicate and cooperate with the SID office in promoting the team and individuals and coordination of game management.

18) Communicate and cooperate with the SAAC representative to arrange for at individual participation in SAAC events.

19) Submit an end of the season report including eligibility status of each student athlete, equipment inventory, year-end self-evaluation and summary of season to the Athletic Director at annual post-season meeting.

20) Keep the Department, the college and the Director informed of all roster additions and deletions as they occur.

21) Schedule the use of game and practice facilities with the department.

22) Assure that all game uniforms, practice clothes, and equipment are returned within one week of the last contest.

23) Communicate and cooperate with all team alumni / development programs including "The Green and Gold" and institutional advancement activities.

24) Organize and conduct at least one team community service activity annually working with the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

25) Communicate, cooperate and assist the athletics recruiting coordinator and the athletics recruiting liaison with team recruiting reports/programs.

26) Support the development of an annual report of records and results including statistical analysis of team performances with the Sports Information Director.

27) Accomplish other duties as assigned.

Assistant Coach, Football

McDaniel College, recognized nationally among "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 has an opening for an Assistant Coach with the Football Team. Reporting to the Head Coach, the Assistant Coach is responsible for supporting the head coach in practice and game preparation, recruiting, and program administration. The position includes evening and weekend travel within the mid-Atlantic region for competition, recruiting and for training sessions. In addition they are responsible for the proper utilization of facilities and equipment within the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics during practices, scheduled athletic contests and designated special functions. Assistant coaches will abide by all college, NCAA and Conference rules and regulations. Other duties may be assigned by the head coach. Successful playing, coaching and/or teaching experience required. Experience at the intercollegiate level as a coach is preferred. Salary for these positions includes a stipend and up to two courses per semester of tuition remission for each semester worked.

TO APPLY
To be considered for when a position becomes available, please send a cover letter addressing the sport you are interested in, how you meet the position qualifications, 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 is continuous throughout the year.

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.

PT Coaches, Athletics

McDaniel College, recognized nationally among "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 continuously recruits for part-time coaches for our comprehensive athletic program throughout the year to build a talent pool of potential candidates when a position becomes available. For a complete listing of the sports teams, click here.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Reporting to the Head Coach, the Assistant Coach is responsible for supporting the head coach in practice and game preparation, recruiting, and program administration. The position includes evening and weekend travel within the mid-Atlantic region for competition, recruiting and for training sessions. In addition they are responsible for the proper utilization of facilities and equipment within the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics during practices, scheduled athletic contests and designated special functions. Assistant coaches will abide by all college, NCAA and Conference rules and regulations. Other duties may be assigned by the head coach. Successful playing, coaching and/or teaching experience required. Experience at the intercollegiate level as a coach is preferred. Salary for these positions includes a stipend and up to two courses per semester of tuition remission for each semester worked.

TO APPLY
To be considered for when a position becomes available, please send a cover letter addressing the sport you are interested in, how you meet the position qualifications, 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 is continuous throughout the year.

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.
 
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