Current Salaried/Administrative Job Postings


ACADEMIC RECORDS - Assistant/Associate Registrar


Job Classification
  Salaried Full-time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2014-10-10

Applications Taken Until
  2014-12-01

Position Summary
  

The Assistant/Associate Registrar carries out a wide range of functions within the Office of Academic Records as a member of the Registrar’s leadership team. Responsible for providing leadership and supervision for the office in the services area, the Assistant/Associate Registrar is expected to: plan and operationalize beginning of term and end of term processes; coordinate the student logistics for graduation events; plan, direct, and coordinate the activities of front office operations and services including registration, grades, transcripts and verifications. Oversees and sets up foundational database elements for Banner Student and provides technical support and database security based on FERPA guidelines. Serves as project manager and on various committees as assigned.


Qualifications Summary

Education and experience

Minimum of a Bachelors degree with a Master’s degree preferred. Two to four years of related knowledge and experience working in academic records in higher education.

Technical Skills

Strong technology skills: Knowledge of and successful experience with a variety of computer applications including spreadsheets, word processing and project management software. Required experience with SCT Banner Student or an equivalent system.


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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COUNSELING AND TESTING - Counseling Psychologist


Job Classification
  Salaried Full-time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2015-06-01

Position Summary
  

Andrews University seeks a doctoral level counseling/clinical psychologist to serve as staff psychologist and coordinate mental health prevention initiatives for the student population, with the vision of assisting students in achieving more effective personal, social, educational, and vocational development and adjustment.  As member of the Counseling & Testing Center clinical team, provides individual, couple, and group counseling. Available for after-office hours, clinical consultations, and student crisis interventions. Maintains an assigned case load, and provides consultations on issues related to mental health. Reports to the Director of Counseling & Testing Center.


Qualifications Summary
  • Earned doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology
  • Degree from an accredited academic institution
  • Current full psychology license or license eligible in Michigan
  • Preferred minimum of one to two years experience in college mental health services
  • Demonstrated knowledge of student development theory
  • Commitment to working collaboratively within the Student Life Division, establishing and maintaining close working relationships with faculty, staff, and administrators
  • Previous work with a diverse student population preferred

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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ENROLLMENT SERVICES - Communication Systems Coord


Job Classification
  Salaried Full-time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2014-09-25

Position Summary
  

Executes and manages marketing and communication plans for Enrollment Management and other academic departments. Manages student staff and graduate assistant with the day to day execution of processes, supervisors’ electronic information delivery, data entry, customized mailings, ensures student coverage of Switchboard Operations, and the Enrollment inventory of promotional materials. Works to develop and implement automated electronic communication, merging of hardcopy processes to online, increases frequent and proactive interaction with stakeholders. Provide support services to Enrollment Management and other departments as needed.


Qualifications Summary

REQUIRED SKILLS

Leadership skills, planning and organization skills, needs to be detail oriented, have excellent customer service philosophy, posses managerial skills, must be a self starter and motivator of staff, be a visionary.

 

 


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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ITS-ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS - Programmer/Web Developer


Job Classification
  Salaried Full-time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2014-03-24

Position Summary
  
  • Develop web applications for the Administrative Systems web site in Java using Struts in a version-controlled environment.
  • Consult with the department director and clients regarding the needs, specifications, analysis, design, and implementation of applications that interface with the University’s Banner system and other administrative systems.
  • Write both technical and end-user documentation for the systems created.
  • Maintain and upgrade current web functionality.
  • Participate in the maintenance and support of existing Banner applications and processes.

Qualifications Summary
  • A Bachelor’s degree from a 4-year college or university, and/or 3-4 years of related experience or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • A proven working knowledge of Java, JavaScript, object-orientated programming, team application development, and SQL.
  • Ability to develop applications using the MVC architecture.
  • Ability to solve abstract problems, complete tasks in a timely fashion, document systems, and maintain other programmer’s code.
  • Fluency in multiple programming languages helpful.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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PLANT ADMINISTRATION - Director Facilities Management


Job Classification
  Salaried Administrative

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2014-12-01

Position Summary
  

Serves as director of the physical plant and is responsible to the Vice President for Financial Administration.


Qualifications Summary

Must have broad knowledge of facilities management incluiding repair, renovations, and new Construction.  Must be service oriented to work well with students, faculty, and staff as well as the community.  Must have a high school education and a minimum of four years experience in construction and facilities maintenance.  Must speak English Fluently.


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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PRESIDENTS OFFICE - Director of University Health & Wellness


Job Classification
  Salaried Administrative

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2014-04-04

Position Summary
  

The Director of University Health and Wellness reports to the President and is responsible for leading a university wide health and wellness advocacy program for Students, faculty, staff and community. It is an entirely new position intended to transform the institutional culture in keeping with the fundamental principles of an Andrews education that develops the physical, mental and spiritual quality of life on campus and in the community.


Qualifications Summary
  • Significant work experience in wellness or lifestyle programs or education and administrative or supervisory responsibilities,
  • Academic research, teaching and counseling experience desirable.
  • Master’s Degree required (Doctoral degree preferred) with specialization in at least one of the following health-related areas: Public Health (Preferred), Fitness, Clinical Health Science
  • Additional degrees or experience in administration or education or counseling desirable

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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TRUST SERVICES - Assistant Director for Planned Giving & Trust Services


Job Classification
  Salaried Full-time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2014-11-01

Applications Taken Until
  2014-09-30

Position Summary
  

Reporting to the Director of Planned Giving & Trust Services, the Assistant Director for Trust Administration is responsible for all duties related to the life cycle of any trust or charitable gift annuity managed by the Office of Planned Giving & Trust Services.  This would include both the administration of all such trusts and charitable gift annuities and stewardship of related donors.  


Qualifications Summary

Has a bachelor's degree, preferably in accounting.  Maintains the North American Division Trust Officer Certification or is willing to obtain certifcation within the first year of employment. 


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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