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Part-Time Dispatcher

Minimum $9.30 hour commensurate with qualifications and experience. Hours and days will vary. Shift work is required.

Duties include, but are not limited to:
-Providing orderly flow of communication between campus and employees providing services.
-Performing dispatch duties, data entry and light clerical duties.

Qualifications:
-High school diploma required
-Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills required.
-Familiarity with Windows based PCs and typing skills preferred.
-Must be able to prioritize tasks and work without close supervision.

Please send a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references using the following link below.

McDaniel College is an AA/EOE institution and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity.

Director of Campus Safety

Reports to: Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students

FSLA Status: Exempt

Scope: The Director of Campus Safety is responsible for leading the overall operation of the Department of Campus Safety (DoCS) in support of the mission of McDaniel College and the Division of Student Affairs. The Director coordinates safety services designed to meet the unique needs of the campus community including: maintaining a safe campus environment, protecting life and property, supervising departmental law enforcement operations, providing essential public safety services, participating in events planning, overseeing investigations, delivering educational programs, administering campus parking, coordinating student shuttle service, and working cooperatively with local and state law enforcement agencies and government authorities. The Director oversees emergency/crisis management, updates the crisis plan, and coordinates emergency preparedness training for the campus. The Director is responsible for compliance with federal regulations impacting campus safety operations, including but not limited to the Clery Act, Title IX, VaWA, and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act.

Specific Responsibilities:
1.Maintain a high functioning team that is trained in their job expectations and integrated into the broader campus community. a.Provide a comprehensive applicant selection process yielding high quality employees. b.Develop and provide appropriate staff training for duties, as well as for changes in industry trends or innovations. c.Supervise and evaluate employees according to DoCS Guidelines and the Employee Handbook (with HR). d.Update and maintain technology and equipment resources that are current with industry standards and support effective job performance.

2.Analyze and determine community safety needs; develop programs and systems to respond to those needs; assess the effectiveness of the program; and make modifications as needed. a.Use various techniques such as benchmarking, monitoring legal mandates, and quality assurance programs to ensure that community safety needs are identified and addressed accordingly. b.Provide the campus community with relevant safety information using a variety of methods, including but not limited to social media sites. c.Designate staff to crime prevention/education programming. d.Chair the safety committee to ensure broad input on safety topics is appropriately managed. e.Oversee the department report and distribution system for documentation of incidents occurring on campus. Ensure compliance with state and federal reporting requirements.

3.Coordinate the emergency preparedness and response procedures for the College community; advise the college community in emergency situations. a.Oversee the emergency notification system used in instances of imminent threat to the campus and/or individuals. b.Author and maintain the current crisis incident response plan (CIRP); assist campus managers in developing area specific business continuity plans. c.Advise College leadership on systems or equipment that will address safety concerns.

4.Monitor state and federal laws related to campus security or law enforcement and coordinate compliance, or recommend strategies to ensure College compliance. a.Monitor changes in laws and regulations that impact the College. b.Coordinate publication of the Annual Fire and Safety Report (AFSR) in compliance with the Clery Act. c.Author appropriate changes to department's guidelines, ensuring that they are current with legal requirements and reflect industry standards. d.Advise other college administrators when needed to protect the college and ensure legal compliance. e.Serve as central point of contact for "homeland security issues" appropriate to College interests.

5.Act as head "public safety" official and executive for the College's law enforcement unit. a.Act as central point of contact for all Westminster area public safety entities. b.Negotiate memos of understanding, mutual assistance programs, and other inter-agency efforts. c.Execute necessary documentation, training, and record keeping for the law enforcement component of the campus safety operation.

6.Participate in on-campus, local, regional, or national professional development activities related to campus protection or safety.

7.Serve as the Department's media spokesperson when directed.

8.Oversee the department budget.

9.Respond to campus emergency situations; serve in the back up administrator on call weekend rotation during the academic year. a.Be available outside regular business hours to respond to college emergencies, assist with inclement weather, etc.

10.Other duties as requested by supervisor. a.As a member of the Student Affairs staff, provide staff support, technical advice and active participation in activities that support the mission of the Division and the College. b. Represents the Department and/or Division on departmental and college-wide committees. c.Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
* Bachelor Degree required, Master's Degree in higher education, criminal justice, or a related discipline preferred.

* 7-10 years campus safety experience.

* 5 years of experience in campus safety department with staff supervision, preferably at assistant and/or director level.

* Knowledge of local, state and federal laws.

* Appreciation for the educational and student development aspects of a campus public safety operation.

* Exceptional interpersonal and leadership skills in dealing with supervisees, students, faculty, staff and the general public.

* Excellent oral and written communication skills.

* Able to complete certifications as a special police officer and emergency medical responder, as well as obtain secret clearance. Familiarity with NIMS and ICS 300/400 certification, preferred.

*Ability to perform the essential tasks of the staff positions including but not limited to patrol supervision and dispatch. Physical

Characteristics:

*This position can require sitting for periods of time, as well as some bending and stooping when working with files. The overall setting of the job is in an area conducive to a normal office environment with minimal exposure to adverse conditions.

* This position can require walking campus while serving on patrol. Patrolling may be by foot, bicycle, or motor, to make assigned rounds of all campus areas (interior and exterior), or stationed at fixed posts, ensuring hazards such as: fire, flood, intruder, injury, safety code violations, maintenance issues, etc. are noted and corrected, and laws or rules are being obeyed.

Associate Registrar for Graduate and Professional Studies

POSITION: Associate Registrar for Graduate and Professional Studies


Reports to: Registrar
Department: Registrar's Office
Hours Per Week: 35
FSLA Status: EXEMPT

Scope: Reporting to the Registrar, the Associate Registrar will perform professional duties to assist the Registrar in accomplishing the mission of the Registrar's Office with limited supervision. Including but not limited to organization of graduate registration, schedule of classes, enrollment, grading, graduation processing, and maintenance of student records.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Registration
* Coordinate graduate registration
* Monitor registration process
* Email students with important registration information, updates, deadlines, and reminders.
* Assist students, faculty, and staff with Archway tools for advising and registration.
* Process independent study and internship registrations.
* Process registration adds/drops/overrides
* Serve as a key resource for questions regarding graduate registration.

Schedule of Classes
*Set the timeline for the development of the schedule of classes for 4-terms/semesters.
* Request each semester/term class schedule from graduate program coordinators and Administrative Assistant and Administrator for Curriculum & Instruction and off-campus programs.
* Enter the class schedule in Colleague for each semester/term.
* Assign graduate classroom assignments.
* Maintain the accuracy of the class schedule each semester/term.
* Negotiate scheduling conflicts with program coordinators.
* Ensure best utilization of course meeting times.
* Notify students and instructors of schedule changes as necessary.

Enrollment
* Generate graduate student class enrollment verifications.
* Implement roster verifications with instructors each semester/term.
* Audit rosters for accuracy.
* Update course enrollment as necessary based on roster verifications by assisting students who are not properly registered.
* Coordinate course waitlist management with the faculty, program coordinators, and Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies.
* Manage course enrollments in coordination with program coordinators.
* Recommend cancellation and addition of sections when needed.

Continuing Education
* Build courses.
* Schedule classes.
* Monitor grade submission.
* Support GPS in continuing education efforts.

Grading
* Process graduate grade changes.

Transfer Credit
* Post transfer credit to student records.

Program Evaluations
* Oversee program evaluation and customizations for accuracy.
* Work with students, advisors, and program coordinators to post substitutions/exceptions/waivers to program evaluations.

Graduation Processing
* Process and coordinate graduation clearances for graduate students.
* Manage a successful tracking system for graduate candidates for graduation.
* Coordinate applications for graduation.
* Prepare list of graduate candidates for August, December, and May graduations.
* Evaluate degree audits to ensure MS/MLA and Post Bac certificates have met all requirements.

Mission
* Interpret and enforce academic policies.
* Communicate graduate academic policies to program coordinators, faculty, staff, and students.
* Ensure FERPA compliance.
* Assist with development and accomplishment of Office goals.
* Advise Registrar on matters concerning office mission.
* Provide data analysis as needed.
* Participate on committees as requested.

Work cooperatively with members of the Registrar's Office, other offices, individuals on campus, alumni and external agencies.
* Work cooperatively with other departments.
* Work cooperatively and professional with others.

Assist members of Registrar's Office with other duties.
* Answer phones as needed.
* Assist with various inquiries as needed.
* Assist customers at the front desk as needed.

Other duties as assigned.
* Participation in professional development as available.

QUALIFICATIONS:
* Associate degree required. Bachelor degree preferred.
* Three or more years' experience in Registrar Office and working with a college community.
* Knowledge of student information systems required. Knowledge of Ellucian system preferred.
* Familiar with AACRAO policies and guidelines.
* Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
* Organization and project management skills.
* Work effectively in dynamic work environment.

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.

Tennis Graduate Assistant

McDaniel College, a private, Liberal Arts College located 30 miles northwest of Baltimore and 55 miles north of Washington, seeks applicants for Graduate Assistant Coach for Men's and Women's Tennis. Reporting to the Head Coach for Men's and Women's Tennis is responsible for assisting in all program areas - practice and match preparation, recruiting, and program administration. Successful coaching and/or teaching experience is required. Experience at the intercollegiate level as a coach, player and/or administrator is preferred.

Stipend and graduate tuition benefits provided.

For more information about McDaniel College, please visit our website at www.mcdaniel.edu or our Department of Athletics website at http://www.mcdanielathletics.com

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

For additional information contact:
Paul Moyer
McDaniel College
Director of Athletics
2 College Hill
Westminster, MD 21157-4390
410-857-2580

Review begins February 1, 2015 and continues until the position is filled.

McDaniel College is an AA/EOE institution and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity. Women and Veterans encouraged to apply.

Steam Plant/HVAC Mechanic

Position: Steam Plant/HVAC Mechanic

Reports to: Steam Plant Supervisor Department: Physical Plant
FSLA Status: Non-Exempt

Scope: Responsible for all aspects of the steam plant as well as all heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems on campus.

BASIC RESPONSIBILITIES
* Responsible for the operation, preventive maintenance, repair, replacement and renovation of the entire steam plant and heating ventilation and air conditioning systems, equipment, cooling towers, water treatment, as well as related components and devices.
* Responsible for performing all emergency repairs on an on-call basis as requested by the Department of Campus Safety, the Director of Building Operations and Maintenance, or the Steam Plant Supervisor.
* Perform routine maintenance, preventive maintenance repairs and replacements as per procedures manual. Must perform assignments and complete documentation as directed by the Steam Plant Supervisor to meet the requirements of regulatory and inspection agencies.

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 or the Steam Plant Supervisor.
* Perform routine and preventive maintenance on air handlers, grease motors, bearings, change filters, calibrate stats, etc.
* Perform routine and preventive maintenance on air conditioning units, cleaning condenser and evaporator coils, cooling towers, etc.
* Replace bearings, fans, motors, and controllers.
* Troubleshoot equipment failure and make necessary repairs or replacements.
* Troubleshoot and repair electric and electronic systems, as well as pneumatic controls.
* Troubleshoot refrigeration systems, replace compressors and other related components.
* Repair and rebuild steam line regulator valves and controls.
* Perform routine and preventive maintenance in Steam Plant.
* Snow removal
* Perform minor electrical work such as replacing fuses, receptacles, switches, resetting breakers, etc.
* Perform repairs to machinery such as ice machines, fan coil units, motors, pumps, refrigerators, and freezers.
* Perform preventive maintenance work to equipment as written in procedure manuals.
* Clean equipment in related areas.
* Make adjustments to controls, thermostats, timers, etc.
* Perform maintenance and repairs of general nature as necessary.
* Perform related work in this classification routinely and work outside this classification on temporary, occasional basis.
* Perform chemical testing of boilers, cooling towers, and swimming pool.
* Maintain daily gas/oil consumption logs, steam production, boiler logs, and other related reports.
* Control and monitor heating and cooling systems with EMS.
* Observe, note, and make repairs on all above duties and related problems.

EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
* Must attend in-service/departmental meetings.
* Must be familiar with employee handbook.
* Must be familiar with departmental policies.
* Must attend any in-service education as directed.

QUALIFICATIONS
* Must demonstrate mechanical skill and experience equivalent to a minimum of three years in commercial/residential HVACR repairs and/or steam operations.
* Must have at least two years'experience in general maintenance at a commercial level.
* Must have the ability to read and comprehend written instructions, procedures, and service manuals.
* Must have the ability to express oneself orally as well as in writing.
* 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.
* Must have valid driver's license with 2 or less points.
*Stationary engineer's license is required or must be obtained within one year. Training will be provided by the college.

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
This position is subject to working in conditions that are noisy, hot, cold, odorous, and dirty. Additionally, the position requires work in outdoor temperatures, snow, steam, and emergency situations. Duties will be performed in all areas of the college campus from the Steam Plant to individual student rooms. The position requires routing standing and stooping. Lifting up to 50lbs., pulling, climbing, and walking are required. Employee must have the physical ability to perform the job-related duties of the position.

Assistant Director of Student Engagement

Position: Assistant Director of Student Engagement

Reports to: Director of Student Engagement

FSLA Status: Exempt

Scope:
Reporting to the Director of Student Engagement, the Assistant Director of Student Engagement is responsible for contributing to the creation and facilitation of a vibrant campus environment that is conducive to student development. This includes all aspects of student organizations and co-curricular programs, Greek-lettered organizations, and the integration of academic experiences with quality out of classroom opportunities. McDaniel College is seeking a creative, innovative, and student-centered individual who will serve an integral role in developing a positive, and actively involved, student campus community that promotes student success and retention.

This position will have alternative working hours to accommodate for late-night programming, and management of current facilities housed in the Office of Student Engagement. The normal working hours during the academic year would be 1:30pm to 9:30pm (with an hour for dinner)

Specific Responsibilities:
* Assist with the advisement of the Greek Community by serving as the direct advisor to the Governing Councils: the Interfraternity Council, and the Panhellenic Association, and their member chapters.
* Assist with the Greek Chapter Standards accreditation process by working with assigned chapters to ensure compliance in all areas.
* Coordinates a process for recognizing the positive leadership of Greek students and organizations and also advises Order of Omega Greek Leadership Honor Society, and Gamma Sigma Alpha Scholarship Honor Society.
* Advise the Commuter Student Association, and New Commuter Student Orientation each semester.
* Co-Advise with the Associate Director of Student Engagement the student-driven programming organization (Green Terror Productions); attend meetings, events and programs as necessary.
* Assist with the creation of a comprehensive Student Activities calendar and distribute widely throughout the campus community while collaborating with student and staff programmers.
* Integrate academic life and social experiences as part of campus programming by serving as the advisor to the Weekend programming committee in consultation with the Director of Student Engagement.
* Assist with the development and coordination of on-campus activities including major events such as Welcome Week, Family Weekend, Homecoming and Spring Fling, as well as off-campus programming.
* Assist in the supervision of the student organization resource center, that is student-centered and well-grounded for student leaders, campus organizations, and advisors to help students operate, lead and evaluate their respective organizations.
* Assist with the oversight of the Decker College Center Recreation Lounge and Student Organization Resource Center during evening hours including hiring, training and supervision of student staff. (~25 student staff members)
* Serve as main point of contact for the Office of Student Engagement during evening hours, 1:30-9:30pm during the academic year.

*Provide guidance and assistance to student organizations as a member of the Student Engagement Office team.
* Assist with the tracking and expenditures of various student organization and department budgets.
* Assist with the development and management of the "LEAD at McDaniel" first-year emerging leadership program under direction of the Associate Director of Student Engagement.
* Assist in the preparation of various department and divisional reports (ie: strategic plan updates, weekly reports, annual reports).
*Serve as part of the Parent Preview orientation program team led by the Director of Student Engagement.
* Serve as a team member of the Student Affairs Division and attend various departmental and divisional meetings.
* Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
* Bachelor's Degree and two years of professional experience on a college or university campus. Master's Degree in higher education administration, college student personnel, or other related field and two year's experience (graduate assistantship experience will count) preferred.
* Experience working with diverse student populations
* Membership in a Greek-lettered organization and experience working with fraternities and sororities preferred.
* Knowledge of leadership theories and best practices in leadership development programs preferred.

Physical Characteristics:
* This position can require sitting for periods of time, as well as some bending and stooping when working with files. The overall setting of the job is in an area conducive to a normal office environment with minimal exposure to adverse conditions.

Campus Safety Officer I

Scope:
Campus Safety Officers are responsible to the supervisors, (and through them to the Asst. Director & Director) for the protection of life and property on the McDaniel College campus. This position is assigned shifts variably, and is expected to be available for occasional overtime, and holiday work. Training, both on campus in-service and off site, is assigned or available. Individual Officers are also expected to begin to develop familiarity with collateral areas of personal interest/expertise needed by the Department and assigned. 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.

Basic Responsibilities (including but not limited to):
A. Provide deterrent patrols throughout campus noting or documenting safety hazards, rule infractions, law violations, and suspicious activities.
B. Answer calls for service (emergency and routine); provide service within the scope of training and ability, and referring those without to appropriate College and governmental services.
C. Dispatch and clerical duties as may be required to continue operations.
D. Perform other duties related to the efficient function of the Department or the College.

Specific Responsibilities:
A. Provide patrols throughout campus noting and/or documenting safety hazards, rule infractions, law violations, and suspicious activities.
1. By foot, bicycle, or motor, make assigned rounds of all campus areas (interior and exterior), or stationed at fixed posts, ensuring hazards such as: fire, flood, intruder, injury, safety code violations, maintenance issues, etc. are noted and corrected, and laws or rules are being obeyed.
2. Providing information to members of and visitors to the campus.
3. By wearing the assigned uniform is visible and available for assistance.

B. Answer calls for service (emergency and routine), providing that service within the scope of training and ability, and referring those without to appropriate College and governmental services.
1. In accord with training and ability, officers will provide services of emergency nature to the campus community.
2. When unable to provide such emergency service, officers will contact appropriate College and governmental agencies.
3. Prioritize assignments consistent with accepted protocols and information provided.
4. Document information necessary to allow for appropriate follow up in the appropriate manner (various forms etc.).
5. Provide routine services such as unlocks, jumpstarts, etc.
6. Provide educational programming in an assigned area occasionally.

C. Dispatch and clerical duties as may be required to continue operations.
1. Refer to Dispatcher job description.
2. Generally seek to maximize the Department as a College resource and service organization.

D. Perform other duties related to the efficient function of the Department or the College.
1. The Department assigns "collateral duties" based upon individual interest and experience cultivating expertise.
2. Tasks necessary to satisfy the mission of the Department not specified above.


Qualifications:
* High School diploma required.
* One year in security, law enforcement, or loss prevention/safety (preferably in a college or university setting) or other emergency service work. Additional education may be substituted for experience.
* Ability to self-start and self-supervise daily tasks and to work under stress necessary.
* Exceptional communications skills both written and oral are required.
* Must be able to maintain certification as MD Emergency Medical Responder.
* Maintenance of a valid vehicle operator's license required with two or less points.

Workplace Characteristics:
Officers in DoCS may be exposed to Potential Infectious Materials or Hazardous Materials in the delivery of DoCS services such as; first aid, order maintenance, etc. Some examples of these substances are: blood and other bodily fluids, "OC" spray, etc. Officers are trained in handling incidents that involve such exposures and protocols are documented in the DoCS Guidelines.

Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement

Position: Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement

Reports to: Department: Vice President of Institutional Advancement

FLSA Status: Exempt

Scope: The basic function of the Executive Assistant (EA) to the Vice President (VPIA) is to assist the Institutional Advancement (IA) Office in advancing the mission and goals of McDaniel College. The EA works closely with the VPIA providing assistance and advice; manages a wide variety of activities and confidential assignments. Serves as a member of the VPIA's leadership team and represents the College in addressing multiple constituencies including alumni, donors, trustees, faculty, staff and the public.

Responsibilities:
* Manages the VPIA's calendar and keeps VPIA on target and informed of meetings, appointments, writing deadlines, correspondence, events and other matters.
* Prepares agendas and supplies background information to the VPIA for meetings.
* Works collaboratively with the President's Office to secure meetings with prospective and current donors.
* Coordinates all aspects of the VPIA's travel including scheduling the appointments, developing travel itineraries, agendas, support materials, etc.
* Responsible for tracking and managing the IA operating and campaign budgets, providing oversight in maintaining and administrating the budgets for units within the division.
* Verifies reports, letters and materials checking for editorial and factual accuracy and appropriateness prior to the VPIA's review.
* Formatting and production of meeting materials and recording/transcribing meeting minutes including the Board of Trustees IA Committee and Committee on Trusteeship.
* Responsible for the smooth operation of IA office which includes overall responsibility for routines, procedures, and effectiveness of the office. Assist in ensuring that all staff within the division maintains open communication and cooperation to seamlessly achieve departmental/college goals.
* Improves quality results by studying, evaluating, and redesigning processes; implementing changes within the IA Office.
* Investigates requests, concerns, and problems that come to the VPIA. Resolves or forwards them to appropriate person for resolution. Uses judgment in determining when the VPIA needs to be consulted prior to action.
* Responsible for collaborating and partnering with IA's other administrative assistants and student workers.
* Schedule and facilitate a quarterly meeting with the administrative assistants to keep communication and collaboration open across the division and as a means to resolve challenges and anticipate business needs.
* Assists as needed in all phases of planning and execution of major fundraising activities including comprehensive campaigns.
* Available to staff occasional weekend events including but not limited to Homecoming and Reunions.
* Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
* Bachelor's degree preferred with eight to ten years of administrative experience.
* Experience in higher education desirable.
* Proven ability to manage multiple projects, set priorities and meet deadlines.
* Excellent skill level in written and verbal communication, calendar management and project organization.
* Must be self-confident, collaborative and able to anticipate and resolve issues and business needs.
* Independent decision making ability and strong attention to detail.
* Experience in scheduling executive travel arrangements is desirable.
* High level of professionalism and confidentiality, and the ability to work well with people at all levels of a complex organization.
* Strong proficiency in Raiser's Edge or similar database, and Microsoft Office programs graphic design, proofing and editing.

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.

Administrative Assistant - Institutional Advancement

Position: Administrative Assistant, Institutional Advancement

Reports to: Executive Director of Development

Department: Institutional Advancement
FLSA Status: Exempt

Scope: The Administrative Assistant is primarily responsible for providing support for the Associate Vice President of Development, the Executive Director of Development, Senior Director of Major and Planned Giving and the Senior Director of Annual Giving. The ideal candidate should be someone who is able to work independently with a minimum of supervision. They must be able to interact with a diversity of constituencies, such as alumni donors, trustees, faculty, staff, and the public. This position's hours are typically 8:30am-5:00pm Monday-Friday.

Responsibilities:
- Maintains electronic calendars; proactively schedules and responds to requests for meetings and appointments for his/her director reports.
- Makes travel arrangements, develops itineraries, and maintains comprehensive travel binder.
- Troubleshoots any issues that arise while his/her manager is out of the office.
- Is available 24/7 in case of issues arising which need immediate attention.
- Receives telephone calls and directs calls to the appropriate staff member.
- Responsible for making sure office phones are covered during normal operating hours.
- Reconciles and prepares expenses and reimbursement reports.
- Handles routine correspondence, drafts thank you letters, and makes follow-up phone calls.
- Maintains files and written agreements for the Planned giving Program, Major Gifts, Corporate Foundation Relations and Annual Giving.
- Manages gift administration for Planned Gifts.
- Works with Estate Professionals to help facilitate the transfer of assets to McDaniel College.
- Prepares Planned Gift illustrations and proposals.
- Maintains efficient and paper-light file of correspondence and information for the division.
- Proofreads and edits documents both interoffice and legal.
- Utilizes Raiser's Edge software to assist in prospect data entry and data extraction.
- Produces proposals for Major Gift Officers.
- Serves as support for the Fund for McDaniel campaign.
- Works evenings and weekends when needed.

Qualifications
- Associate degree required.
- Raiser's Edge software experience preferred but not required.
- Work experience in higher education setting preferred.
- Minimum of five years of work experience in an office setting required.
- Requires attention to detail as well as excellent organizational skills.
- Ability to exercise discretion with the utmost integrity in dealing with confidential and sensitive information.
- Advanced-level skills in Microsoft Office software including Outlook required.
- Must be a proficient proof reader with excellent writing skills.
- Ability to work independently.
- Proven ability to manage multiple projects and priorities and meet deadlines.
- Understanding of budget process and procedures.
- Customer Service skills including phone manner, willingness to help, etc.
- Should be a self-starter.
- Need to be detail oriented and committed to excellence.
- Multi-tasking is a must working with the team to establish priorities.

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.

Office Manager for Athletics and Exercise Science & Physical Education

Position: Office Manager

Reports to: Director of Athletics & Chair of Exercise Science and Physical Education Department

Department: Athletics, Chair of Exercise Science and Physical Education Department

FSLA Status: Non-Exempt

Scope: Reporting to the Director of Athletics and Chair of Exercise Science and Physical Education (EPE) Department, the Office Manager is responsible for the efficient office operation of the two departments. Support is provided to coaches, faculty, staff, and administrators to maintain administrative and recruiting records, files, correspondence, schedules, and classroom materials. Work also includes select weekends and evenings.

Responsibilities:
1. Provides clerical support services to faculty and staff of both departments.
a. Type correspondence, administrative/academic forms, academic course-related materials, meeting minutes and report assignments, and sport-related forms and materials.
b. Complete photocopy and fax requests.
c. Coordinate and complete mailings and mail distribution.

2. Serves as receptionist for both departments.
a. Greet visitors and guests.
b. Answer main telephone line and receives and redirects all communications for both departments including mail distribution and packages.


3. Manage and supervise office operation.
a. Organize workload to efficiently handle various schedules, typing assignments, and special-event needs.
b. Schedule and supervise student office workers, as well as front desk workers. Approve all time sheets for Front Desk staff.
c. Coordinate and process student payroll and distribute paychecks to student workers.
d. Monitor office supply inventory and maintenance office equipment. Help troubleshoot printing/computer issues.
e. Assist in athletic business operations, including expense reports, reconciliations, and purchase order requisitions.
f. Provide academic support for all athletic monitoring programs.
g. Provide sports information director Datatel and Informer reports for honor roll student athletes.
h. Assist compliance officer for NCAA with eligibility reports and medical hardship waivers.
i. Assist in preparing expense reports, reconciliations, and purchase orders for EPE professors and activity classes.
j. Coordinate all activity classes to verify instructors and space availability.
k. Send out all activity and EPE evaluations to faculty.

l. Submit and monitor all work order requests with Physical Plant.

4. Assist in awards programs by ordering awards and collecting award rosters.

5. Assist in special projects as assigned.


Qualifications:
1. High School Diploma or equivalent required.
2. Two years of office management experience.
3. Windows or PC experience (word processing, spreadsheets, database, and Internet) required.


Physical Characteristics:
* This position can require sitting for periods of time, as well as some bending and stooping when working with files. The overall setting of the job is in an area conducive to a normal office environment with minimal exposure to adverse conditions.

Registrar

McDaniel College invites applications for the position of Registrar. Salary for this full-time, 12-month administrative position is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

This position offers opportunity for a motivated candidate to bring innovation and leadership to all administrative and operational activities relating to registrar functions for McDaniel College's baccalaureate and master's level programs. The Registrar manages a staff of five and works closely with department chairs, graduate program coordinators as well as faculty committees. Through these collaborations the Registrar contributes to the development and oversight of undergraduate and graduate curriculum and academic policies.

Reporting directly to the Provost and Dean of Faculty, this position provides leadership and direction in all matters associated with in-person and online registration for undergraduate and graduate programs, post-baccalaureate and continuing education programs, records storage, federal and state compliance, coordination of class schedules and classroom assignments, preparation and editing of the academic catalogs, preparation and distribution of enrollment statistics, support of internal data review related to the academic program as well as internal and external reporting of student enrollment and academic data, and clearing all students for graduation or certification.

The successful candidate will bring:
* Demonstrated expertise utilizing an integrated student information system with a strong commitment to service in a liberal arts community;
* Ability to manage data files to support curricular planning and implementation, institutional improvement, and the development and implementation of strategic initiatives (experience with an Ellucian system is preferred);
* Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills;
* Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse student, faculty and staff constituencies;
* Three to five years of relevant experience, including success in supervisory roles;
* Ability to balance multiple responsibilities, set priorities and meet deadlines;
* Sound professional judgment, flexibility, willingness to learn and implement new technologies, and the highest standards of professional ethics and integrity;
* Bachelor's degree required; master's degree preferred.

Among the distinctions of the McDaniel learning experience are the 4-1-4 calendar, which gives students the month of January to focus on special projects, internships, or travel-study programs; and the College's undergraduate campus in Budapest, Hungary, established over 20 years ago. McDaniel College's undergraduate curriculum blends programmatic rigor in 27 majors with the innovative general education program known as the McDaniel Plan. http://www.mcdaniel.edu/undergraduate/the-mcdaniel-plan

Graduate study has been offered at McDaniel since the initiation of the Master's program in Education in the late 1960's, and the College now boasts more than a dozen distinctive programs of graduate study (http://www.mcdaniel.edu/graduate/your-plan/academic-programs).

One of forty colleges and universities nationwide known for its success at changing students' lives, McDaniel College is a selective liberal arts college in central Maryland, within easy access of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. At McDaniel College we value our employees by offering full-time employees tuition remission, 403B retirement accounts with employer match, paid time off, medical insurance, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, and paid parental leave. Visit the College website at http://www.mcdaniel.edu/employment/ for details.

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 applicants will begin April 10, 2015, and continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date for this position is July 1, 2015.

McDaniel College is an AA/EOE institution and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity. Women and Veterans strongly encouraged to apply.

Financial Aid Counselor or Assistant Director

Position: Financial Aid Counselor/Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Reports to: Director of Financial Aid

FLSA Status: Exempt

Scope: Responsible for the overall financial aid awards of a designated group of the undergraduate financial aid applicants. Administers specific programs to ensure federal regulations and institutional goals are met.

Basic Responsibilities:
* Determine financial aid eligibility and award financial aid for a designated group of McDaniel undergraduate students.
* Counsel parents and students (prospective and returning) concerning individual awards, general information, financial aid process, and parental financing options.
* Administer State Scholarship Programs.
* Coordinate Off-Campus scholarships.
* Administers the FWS Program.
* Administer Federal Family Education Loan Program and private loans.
* Act as Liaison with ROTC Office.
* Oversee the content of the Office Web Site.
* Make financial presentations at local high schools
* Participate in the development of and assist in maintaining the policy and procedure manual.
* Collaborate with other student service office to provide quality customer service.
* Other duties as assigned.

Specific Responsibilities:
I. Determines financial aid eligibility and awards financial aid for a portion of McDaniel financial aid applicants
a. Collects and/or analyzes financial data on students to determine aid eligibility and make awards within federal, state, and institutional policies
b. Adjusts needs analysis data and awards as necessary for special circumstances, receipt of additional aid, and changes in enrollment
c. Conducts federal verification process using federal guidelines
d. Notifies students of changes in eligibility awards

II. Counsel parents and students (prospective and returning) concerning individual awards, general information, financial aid process, and other financing options
a. Explains all financial aid processes and needs analysis results as needed to students and parents
b. Counsels students and parents regarding individual awards, family contribution figures, and other financing options
c. Counsels students about loan obligations, retaining eligibility for aid, changes in eligibility, and all other questions pertaining to their financial aid

III. Administers State Scholarship Programs
a. Responsible for requesting electronic data of awards form the State of Maryland
b. Adds awards to student financial aid record, adjusts other aid as needed, returns funds as needed, and notifies students
c. Completes all billings rosters and other reports required by various state agencies
d. Submits individual student documentation to the State of Maryland to maximize funds levels
e. Handles unusual situations and problems on behalf of McDaniel and its students

IV. Coordinates off-campus scholarships
a. Adjusts individual awards as needed
b. Nominates students for certain scholarships (notify student, collect application material, submit nomination)
c. Disseminates scholarship information to students

V. Administers FWS Program
a. Oversees the compilation of the available job listing on campus and the distribution of the lists to students
b. Manages the community service FWS job offerings by acting as a liaison with off campus agencies to ensure the college meets the federal requirements for community service
c. Develop new community service jobs
d. Provides lists of FWS students to departments on request
e. Checks monthly earnings of FWS workers
f. Notifies students and employers of possible overawards
g. Adjusts awards as needed

VI. Acts as a liaison with McDaniel ROTC office
a. Work with ROTC Office to identify ROTC scholarship recipients.
b. Revise students' financial aid awards as needed.

VII. Oversees content of office website.
a. Ensure all forms on the site are current.
b. Review content for accuracy and effectiveness
c. Propose site changes to Director of Financial Aid
d. Work with Office of Communications and Marketing to implement changes

VIII. Make Financial Aid presentations to local high schools and other organizations as requested
a. Prepare and update presentation about the financial aid process
b. Secure materials to hand out
c. Give presentations and answer questions

IX. Participate in the development of and assist in maintaining the policy and procedure manual.
X. Collaborate with other student service office to provide quality customer service.
XI. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
* Knowledge of financial aid procedures, formulas, and federal and state regulation that applies to financial aid and 1-2 years' experience preferred.
* Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills.
* Excellent computer skills.
* Ability to work independently.
* Ability to prioritize tasks and projects.
* Bachelor's degree preferred, extensive financial aid experience may

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.

Graduate Assistant: Sports Information, Marketing and Promotions

SUMMARY
Under the supervision of the Sports Information Director, the Graduate Assistant in marketing and promotions will assist the Director with publicity and promotion of McDaniel's 24 intercollegiate varsity sports. Duties will include developing and writing special pieces and releases for the new college websites, the media and internal audiences including alumni. Additional duties will include game support, webcasting and marketing efforts for varied constituents.


QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelors degree and/or experience in a related field is required. Experience at the intercollegiate level is preferred.


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

* Assisting with the writing and editing of news releases and stories for placement on the new McDaniel College and Athletics website as well as in local and/or regional media
* Assisting with updating of record on the McDaniel Athletics website and maintain complete records for all sports
* Developing and implementing creative solutions for student and community promotions
* Developing and implementing online videos to highlight achievements of student-athletes as well as promote program, working in close concert with Director and the College's Director of Digital Communications
* Assisting with Green & Gold Club publicity needs, including but not limited to a quarterly newsletter to be sent to all members - Assist the Green and Gold in promotion and marketing of events helping to secure corporate sponsorship
* Assisting with Department's webcasting initiative, overseeing all production elements in close concert with the Director
* Assisting with appropriate cataloging of all digital photography
* Overseeing work-study students in any promotional setting
* Assisting in the coverage of home athletic events
* Performing other duties as assigned by the Director


Each 10-month position includes
* Classes
* $4,500 stipend
* Lunch meal plan

Position is renewable for up to two additional years.

Graduate Assistant for Women's Soccer

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

Graduate Assistant for Men's Soccer

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

Graduate Assistant for Men's Lacrosse

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

Graduate Assistant for Women's Lacrosse

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

Graduate Assistant for Men's Basketball

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

Graduate Assistant for Women's Basketball

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
 
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