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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

ASL Studies & Deaf Education Lecturer

The ASL Studies & Deaf Education Department at McDaniel College invites applications for a Lecturer in the ASL Studies program to begin Fall 2016. Candidates should be prepared to teach ASL (Levels I-V) and related courses while managing the ASL Lab during the academic year. Lab responsibilities include the scheduling of graduate assistants/lab mentors along with providing individual mentor time in the lab and handling the logistics/content for each of the scheduled labs. Teaching load is 5 courses per academic year plus lab management.

Qualifications: Master's degree in Deaf related field such as ASL Linguistics, ASL Specialist, Deaf Education, and/or Deaf Studies. Fluency in ASL (ASLPI score of 4 or better by time of appointment), experience teaching Deaf Culture and ASL using the Vista curriculum. Familiarity with Blackboard is desired. The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellence in undergraduate teaching with scholarly potential and the ability to contribute to curricular and program design.

Application procedures for Lecturer Faculty position: Qualified applicants should submit:
* A written letter of application;
* A written curriculum vitae;
* A URL to view your teaching philosophy in ASL; and
* Three names and contact information for letters of recommendation.

All material should be submitted to http://www.mcdaniel.edu/employment/faculty Review of applications will begin March 28, 2016 and continue until the position is filled.

For additional information on this position, contact: Dr. Mark M. Rust at mrust@mcdaniel.edu.

McDaniel College, a selective liberal arts college emphasizing high quality teaching and involvement with students, is located near Baltimore and Washington, D. C., and houses the Graduate Deaf Education program, which is in the ASL Studies & Deaf Education Department. The Deaf Education program philosophy supports a bilingual education for Deaf students and has a significant representation of Deaf graduate students. The ASL Studies program is the second largest language program at McDaniel College. McDaniel College's primary commitment is to provide outstanding teaching and to foster critical and creative thinking.

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 of Student Diversity and Inclusion

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

FLSA Status: Exempt

Scope: Reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, the Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion is responsible for providing visible leadership and direction for McDaniel College's diverse student population through facilitation of programming and services that promote a supportive community.

Basic Responsibilities:
* Provide oversite, support and effective educational training to student organizations, student organization leaders, and various constituency groups, which are based in a deep understanding of power, privilege, intersectionality, and social justice
* Provide ongoing opportunities for students, student organizations, and members of the College community to participate in meaningful civil discourse about topics related to diversity and inclusion.
* Collaborate with diverse student groups and groups of students on events and programming that facilitate identity development, mentorship, personal growth, understanding of social identities, and action towards social change.
* Lead the development of Celebration Month steering committees and coordinate activities with student organizations that plan and execute these events. (Student organizations may include Black Student Union, Asian Community Coalition, Hispano-Latino Alliance, Allies, Jewish Student Union, Muslim Student Association, etc.).
* Plan, implement, and promote social justice and diversity related programming throughout the year in collaboration with other campus-wide programmers
* Create a vibrant semester by semester programming schedule that contributes to the larger campus community through collaborative efforts with campus departments and organizations
* Supervise student staff and co-supervise a support staff member
* Serve as a team member of the Division of Student Affairs and attend divisional meetings
* Serve as a member of the Student Affairs Leadership Team (emergency response team, on-call schedule, etc.)
* Participate in departmental and campus wide committees
* Oversee office budget, expenditures, contracts and prepares plans/reports as directed by the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
* Develop and implement a yearly strategic plan based on College and divisional goals
* Participate in committees, workshops and conferences in the local and regional area
* Communicate effectively with multiple constituency groups (faculty, staff, external agencies, alumni and family members of students)
* Actively participate in student recruitment and retention efforts
* Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
Master's degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration or related field is required. A minimum of three years' full-time work in the area of Student Affairs (diversity, student activities, etc.) with proven administrative and programmatic experiences and a deep understanding of diverse cultures and populations. Expertise in training and leadership development preferred. Outstanding oral and written communications skills are essential.

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.

Associate Director of Advancement Engagement

Position: Associate Director of Advancement Engagement

Reports to: Director of Advancement Engagement

Department: Advancement Engagement

FLSA Status: Exempt

Scope
Under the direction of the Director of Advancement Engagement, the Associate Director has primary responsibility developing and managing special events, programs and activities designed to strengthen and maintain life-long relationships with the college and create deeper philanthropic engagement with McDaniel College.

Basic Responsibilities
Manage events, programs, activities and communications designed to engage major and planned gift suspects and prospects and major donors, as well as Advancement events hosted at the home of the President or by the Special Liaison for College Relations. Maintain records and materials that support recognition of donors, provide opportunities for future donors and assist Institutional Advancement staff in their efforts. Actively cultivate relationships with donors to inspire their philanthropic interests.

Specific Responsibilities
1. Manage the planning and coordination of events both on and off-campus specifically overseeing logistical aspects including site reservation, set-ups, decorations/materials/gifts, catering, invitations, maintenance and management of timelines/checklists/event databases utilizing Raiser's Edge software. Initiate preparation of supporting materials including research for President, Special Liaison for College Relations, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, gift officers and other staff. Create annual report of all events including ROI, attendee assessment, outcomes and follow-up. This report should reflect progress toward annual goals.

2. Design and implement process to document historical records of named spaces, developing and maintaining a list of current naming opportunities for building and renovation projects. In conjunction with Physical Plant and Director of Capital Projects, maintain inventory (plaque registry) of named spaces that complements building/site plans, ensuring that donor recognition is not removed or replaced without involving the donor in the decision-making process.

3. Establish and oversee donor gift records utilizing the Raiser's Edge database. Ensure that proper materials and resources are available for gift officers to utilize in cultivation and stewardship of suspects, prospects and donors. Manage and maintain inventory of these materials and resources for use by Institutional Advancement staff.

4. Coordinate major donor mailings such as leadership briefings to top donors, Presidential holiday mailing and endowed fund updates, managing database information, creating mailing, coordinating logistics with President's Office.

5. In cooperation with Associate Director of Alumni Relations, Student & Young Alumni Programs and Assistant Director of Annual Giving, educate and engage students in stewardship events and activities involving donors to build a culture of philanthropy among students.

6. Working in conjunction with the President's Office, prepare and staff Special Liaison for College Relations for events associated with Institutional Advancement and the use of President's Home dealing with correspondence and coordination of biographical information on attendees; work in conjunction with the Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement to ensure the calendar for the Special Liaison is managed and appointments are scheduled in a timely fashion. Create and manage event databases, maintain standards for invitations for Institutional Advancement events that involve the President and Special Liaison for College Relations as well as those that involve the use of the President's Home.

7. Support the Special Liaison for College Relations role with the McDaniel Women's Leadership Circle (MWLC) and Spouses and Partners of Trustees (SPOT). Assist with the planning and coordination of programs and events associated with the MWLC and SPOT.

8. In partnership with the Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, manage Institutional Advancement programs and events including the purchase of supplies and logistical planning for meetings, retreats, and other special occasions.

9. Manage the Gift Acknowledgement process in cooperation with the Gift Services and Accounting Manager.

10. Utilize benchmarking process to seek out best practices in areas that can improve Advancement Relations program.

11. Participate in and support Alumni Relations activities including regional programs, Homecoming, spring reunions and other events as needed.

12. Supervise the Advancement Relations Student Worker, providing guidance and assigning duties as needed.

13. Perform all other duties as assigned by the Director of Advancement Relations.

Qualifications
1. Bachelor's degree required and minimum of five years of experience in event planning and fundraising; experience in marketing and communications preferred.

2. Proven ability to manage multiple projects, set priorities and meet deadlines.

3. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential.

4. Must possess tact, diplomacy and discretion in confidential matters.

5. Effective time management, planning and organizational skills are essential.

6. Must possess excellent computer skills including database management. Experience in utilizing social media in conjunction with event management preferred. Experience with Microsoft Office applications is required. Administrative computing systems experience is highly desired with a preference given to Raiser's Edge fundraising software.

7. Willingness to work evenings and weekends to support programming and events as required.

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/ PDFs preferred. Only applications submitted through this link will be accepted. Review of applications begins April 8, 2016.

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.

Building Maintenance Mechanic--General Maintenance 2nd Shift

Reports to: Director of Building Operations and Maintenance

Department: Physical Plant

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Classification: Essential

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Visiting Assistant Professor , Department of Political Science and International Studies

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

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

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

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

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

Visiting Assistant Professor: Ecologist

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

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

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

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

Communications Officer-Dept. of Campus Safety

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

Department: Campus Safety

FLSA Status: non-exempt

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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


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

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

Information Literacy Coordinator--Hoover Library

Reports to: Director Department: Library

FLSA Status: Exempt

Scope: A regular, full time, 12-month professional position responsible for providing leadership for the Library's information literacy and instruction program, including outreach to faculty and instructional assessment. Participates with other librarians in providing instruction, research services, liaison to assigned departments, collection development support, and other responsibilities as assigned. Some evening and occasional weekend hours required. The position reports to the Library Director.

Basic Responsibilities:
Coordinate the Library's instruction and information literacy program:
* Provides expertise and leadership in defining Library's role in the adoption and evaluation of new instructional models and information literacy techniques, including integrating emerging technologies, use of online learning platforms and creation of non-traditional course materials.
* Demonstrates leadership and project management skills in coordinating the efforts of the information literacy team.
* Creates, defines, and fosters an innovative information literacy program to support and enhance the College's learning outcomes.
* Ensures quality and consistency with online resources that support information literacy and self-learning activities, including incorporation into the College's learning management system (Blackboard).
* Creates and maintains instruction resources for faculty and the schedule of instruction classes.
* Promotes the instruction and information literacy program to the College and faculty.
* Assesses the effectiveness of the instruction and information literacy program, and works with librarians to make adjustments when necessary.
* Prepares statistical reports on an ongoing and as needed basis.
* Manages library facilities used for teaching including ensuring instruction lab workstations and software are well maintained.
* Participates with other librarians in preparing and delivering instruction classes online and in-person, including developing and maintaining subject guides.
* Maintains current skills with library instruction techniques, technologies and information literacy theories.

Liaise with academic departments to provide for their specific instructional, informational and library support needs:
* Works collaboratively with faculty to develop innovative and effective approaches to strengthening student information literacy skills
* Establishes and maintains regular and frequent contact with the academic units assigned; develops relationships with faculty and in-depth knowledge of the curriculum to inform decision making
* Creates tools in multiple formats to support student learning and effective use of resources
* Provides excellent and proactive reference and research assistance in person, in print, and online
* Works closely with faculty in designated academic departments, coordinating and facilitating the selection of library materials appropriate to the curriculum and the Library's collection development policy

Provide reference services to the College community and general public
* Assists users in conducting research, finding information and using the Library's resources

Participate in professional organizations and takes part in college academic activities
* Participates in relevant professional organizations.
* Attends professional meetings, workshops and presentations to keep skills current.
* Participates in college academic activities.

Participate as a member of the leadership team working closely with the Library Director to advance the mission and goals of the Hoover Library.

Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
* ALA accredited Master's Degree in Library or Information Science
* Two or more years of instruction experience in an academic setting
* Enthusiasm for information literacy instruction and providing interdisciplinary liaison activities, especially working with faculty and providing personalized research support for students
* Expertise in information literacy concepts, instructional design, assessment, and curriculum development. Ability to develop and implement engaging course-related library instruction sessions. Knowledge of learning theory, pedagogical methods, and learning outcomes assessment to support information literacy instruction. Demonstrated understanding of the difference between online, face-to-face and blended learning environments and commitment to the use of new information technologies in instruction. Strong problem-solving and organizational skills with demonstrated ability to provide well-reasoned analysis using appropriate research and data resources and developing reports to support conclusions.
* A strong commitment to library service excellence in all forms
* Ability to work in a strongly collaborative environment and fit into the cross-functional nature and close-knit community at a small liberal arts college
* Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
* Ability to calmly manage stressful situations and juggle multiple tasks and commitments in an effective and timely manner
* Ability to successfully lead and complete projects
* Commitment to professional development and service

Physical Characteristics:
Must be capable of lifting boxes and/or pushing carts of 25 lbs on a regular basis; must minimize exposure to paper/book dust, molds, and vapors from library mending and cleaning products through the use of protective masks and gloves when necessary.

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 May 2, 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.

Coordinator: Human Resources Development

Reports to: Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies

Department: Graduate and Professional Studies

Appointment Type: Part Time, semester

Scope: The Coordinator of Human Resource Development provides academic and administrative leadership to the Human Resource Development program in the areas of curriculum, faculty development, assessment and reporting, and representing the program to internal and external constituencies. This individual will work closely with the Dean of Graduate and Professional Services to meet student and other stakeholder needs and maintain the quality of the program, while supporting the College's mission and strategic plan in a manner that reflects institutional strengths and priorities.


Key Accountability: Academic Leadership

Duty Statements
* Design and maintain the program's curriculum to be consistent with the College's academic values, professional competencies, certification requirements and both state and national accreditation standards.
* Maintain current knowledge base for program including knowledge of licensure/certification and/or professional standards/requirements and implement program changes as required.
* Work with faculty to facilitate program cohesiveness and consistency between courses through establishment/maintenance of course objectives and development of course syllabi.
* Monitor and advise student throughout their program and at identified program transition points.
* Advance the development of online course offerings.

Performance Standards
* Maintain a current crosswalk showing curricular alignment with professional standards.
* Demonstrate currency in all syllabi, ensuring compliance with institutional policy.
* Demonstrate timely responsiveness to student needs.
* Maintain records to demonstrate student advising and responsiveness of schedules to student needs.
* Maintain project documentation to track development/refinement of online courses.


Key Accountability: Administrative leadership

Duty Statements
* Plan the course schedule for fall, spring, and summer semesters and work with colleagues in other program areas to ensure shared courses are offered and staffed.
* Work with the Director of Graduate Marketing and Enrollment Management to market the program, recruit new students and enroll them in the program.
* Monitor and administer the program budget.

Performance Standards
* Produce a multi-year schedule updates as needed.
* Provide scheduling information to registrar for each semester by established deadlines.
* Meet as needed with Director of Graduate Enrollment and Marketing.
* Demonstrate participation in student recruitment events.


Key Accountability: Support of Program Faculty

Duty Statements
* Assist in the identification, selection, and evaluation of professional development for adjunct faculty to facilitate student learning and ensure program quality.

Performance Standards
* Provide at least annually an update about professional development needs prior to the annual adjunct faculty conference.
* Facilitate a meeting with all program adjuncts during the annual adjunct meeting.


Key Accountability: Assessment and Reporting

Duty Statements
* Design, gather and summarize program assessment data to guide planning and decision making for the program and Graduate and Professional Studies as a whole.

Performance Standards
* Produce reporting documents for the program as required by College policy, external reviewers, and other required stakeholder reports.


Key Accountability: Program representation

Duty Statements
* Establish and maintain an advisory board of experts and professionals in the field to support, evaluate, and revise the program in order to maintain alignment with professional standards and trends in the field.
* Work with the advisory board, Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies, Graduate Affairs Committee, and Graduate Records Office to establish and enforce program standards and guard academic integrity.

Performance Standards
* Meet at least annually with Advisory Board.


Key Accountability: Miscellaneous Duties
* Complete other duties related to the position of Coordinator of the Curriculum and Instruction program as assigned by the Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies.

Qualifications:
* Possess a minimum of a Master's degree in Human Resource Development, Human Resource Management, or a business degree with a Human Resource emphasis. Doctoral degree preferred.
* Experience with college-level teaching and program administration required. Experience with additional duties including curriculum development and assessment preferred.
* Ability to gain the confidence of students, faculty, administrators, and professionals in the field.
* Commitment to the educational process and to achieving the goals established within Graduate and Professional studies and McDaniel College.
* Be able to work evenings and weekends as deemed necessary
* Be able to travel to meet with off campus partners to negotiate agreements for off campus programs, determine the suitability of off campus locations, and for marketing and recruitment purposes
* Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills
* Proficient computer skills (Mac or Windows operating systems), internet, email, presentation software such as PowerPoint or Keynote and database systems such as Colleague

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
Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and names and contact information for three references electronically to http://www.mcdaniel.edu/employment/staff-positions. Review of applications will begin April 29, 2016, and continue until the position is filled.

For additional information on this position, contact: Mike Tyler, Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies at mtyler@mcdaniel.edu.

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, Football

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

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

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

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

For additional information contact:

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

Review begins June 1, 2016.

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

Graduate Assistant Coach, Field Hockey

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Counselor Education

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

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

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

For additional information on this position, contact:

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

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

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

Outreach & Evening Librarian

Reports to: Director
Department: Hoover Library

FLSA Status: Exempt

Scope: A regular, full time, 10 month professional position responsible for coordinating liaison support for academic departments including collection development activities and making a positive impact through outreach and promotional activities. This position is required to work evening and weekend hours; schedule is typically 1pm-9pm Sunday through Thursday; some variation in schedule based on library hours which correspond with the academic calendar. Provides evening reference services and ensures oversight of library operations in the evening. The position reports to the Library Director.

Basic Responsibilities:
* Coordinates the library's outreach activities and liaison support for academic departments
* Provides reference services and oversight of library operations in the evening
* Provides instruction on the use and interpretation of information resources
* Participates in professional organizations and takes part in college academic activities
* Participates as a member of the leadership team working closely with the Library Director to advance the mission and goals of the Hoover Library.
* Performs other duties as assigned.

Specific Responsibilities:
Coordinates the library's outreach activities and liaison support for academic departments
* Coordinates a comprehensive, responsive and innovative outreach and promotion program for the library's services and resources in both the physical and virtual library, including managing the library's social media presence, developing promotional publications and occasional event planning
* Develops, implements and updates a program of regular and frequent contact with the academic departments and programs to develop relationships with faculty and in-depth knowledge of the curriculum to inform decision making
* Works collaboratively with librarians and faculty to facilitate the selection of library materials appropriate to the curriculum and the library's collection development policy
* Provides proactive research and instructional assistance in-person and virtually for the Graduate and distance education programs

Provides reference services and oversight of library operations in the evening
* Assists the college community and general public in conducting research, finding information and using the library's resources
* Ensures library operations run smoothly in the evening, including providing in-depth knowledge of library services and resources including problem solving as needed

Provides instruction on the use and interpretation of information resources
* Prepares and delivers class presentations and demonstrations
* Develops instructional material and prepares subject and resource guides in various formats
* Maintains current skills with library instruction techniques and technologies

Participates in professional organizations and takes part in college academic activities
* Participates in relevant professional organizations
* Attends professional meetings, workshops and presentations to keep skills current
* Participates in college academic activities

Participates as a member of the leadership team working closely with the Library Director to advance the mission and goals of the Hoover Library.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
Required:
* ALA accredited Master's Degree in Library or Information Science by January 2017
* Demonstrated experience with social media as a promotional tool
* Demonstrated enthusiasm for information literacy instruction and providing interdisciplinary liaison activities, especially working with faculty and providing personalized research support for students
* Strong problem-solving and organizational skills with demonstrated ability to provide well-reasoned analysis using appropriate research and data resources and developing reports to support conclusions
* A strong commitment to library service excellence demonstrated by responsiveness to diverse patron needs and desire to find solutions to issues that arise
* Demonstrated ability to work in a strongly collaborative environment and fit into the cross-functional nature and close knit community at a small liberal arts college including experience on successful team projects and well developed relationship building skills
* Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
* Ability to calmly manage stressful situations and juggle multiple tasks and commitments in an effective and timely manner
* Ability to successfully lead and complete a wide scope of projects
* Ability to thrive amidst rapid organizational and technological change
* Commitment to the use of new information technologies demonstrated through projects using innovative technology methods to achieve a goal
* Commitment to professional development and service

Preferred:
* 1-3 years of related experience
* Experience with information literacy instruction
* Current research on information literacy and/or liaison topics to continuously learn and improve practice of current methods
* Experience providing reference services in an academic library
* Experience with library outreach activities

Physical Characteristics:
Must be capable of lifting boxes and/or pushing carts of 25 lbs. on a regular basis; must minimize exposure to paper/book dust, molds, and vapors from library mending and cleaning products through the use of protective masks and gloves when necessary.



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 May 16, 2016.

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

Graduate Assistant Coach, Men's Basketball

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Graduate Assistant, Women's Lacrosse

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

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

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

Review begins June 1, 2016

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