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Director of Fleet Management Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Director of Fleet Management is responsible for planning, directing, managing, coordinating, and supervising the programs for acquisition, assignment, utilization, maintenance, repair, replacement and disposal of fleet vehicles. The Fleet director also serves as the primary contact concerning the vehicle fleet and operations. The Fleet director will also be responsible for providing oversight of campus parking. Provides direct supervision of professionals or skilled technical employees in Fleet and parking services. Functions as advisor to department and administration; sets fleet and parking goals objectives for team members for achievement of operational results. Analyzes and resolves problems through drawing from prior experiences. Interprets policies (e.g., fiscal management, HR, contracts and grants, resource management in defined areas) and demonstrates solid subject matter knowledge. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and policies to determine appropriate action. Supervises staff to assure accountability and stewardship of campus resources (operational, financial, and human) in compliance with departmental goals and objectives. Other special events and projects as assigned.
Law Enforcement Officer I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The right candidate as a Law Enforcement officer has to be able to execute sound judgment in the proper application and interpretation of laws and regulations. Apply appropriate state laws and regulations which will achieve departmental goals and objectives. Conducts investigations of incidents, complaints, and disturbances occurring in their assigned areas; initiates appropriate report(s). Reports must be completed accurately and timely. Enforces parking and traffic laws and regulations and issues tickets to violators when appropriate; investigates traffic accidents and prepares reports; directs traffic. Ensure that all tickets are written completely and accurately and accident investigations and reports are complete and accurate. Protects the scene of a crime until Investigations arrive; collects and preserves the evidence in connection with a crime for court; testifies in court. Follow standard protocol; be prepared to testify in court by having all pertinent documentation; dress professionally (coat & tie or uniform). Establishes and maintains a positive liaison and working relationship with other law enforcement agencies. No more than one negative report from another law enforcement agency. Interacts with the student body and staff in a professional manner. Create an environment of respect and compliance. Develops and maintains professional working relationships with co-workers and peers. Accept constructive correction with an attitude of improvement. Performs related duties as required. Perform related duties in a timely and efficient manner.
Law Enforcement Officer I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The right candidate as a Law Enforcement officers has to be able to execute sound judgment in the proper application and interpretation of laws and regulations. Apply appropriate state laws and regulations which will achieve departmental goals and objectives. Conducts investigations of incidents, complaints, and disturbances occurring in their assigned areas; initiates appropriate report(s). Reports must be completed accurately and timely. Enforces parking and traffic laws and regulations and issues tickets to violators when appropriate; investigates traffic accidents and prepares reports; directs traffic. Ensure that all tickets are written completely and accurately and accident investigations and reports are complete and accurate. Protects the scene of a crime until Investigations arrive; collects and preserves the evidence in connection with a crime for court; testifies in court. Follow standard protocol; be prepared to testify in court by having all pertinent documentation; dress professionally (coat & tie or uniform). Establishes and maintains a positive liaison and working relationship with other law enforcement agencies. No more than one negative report from another law enforcement agency. Interacts with the student body and staff in a professional manner. Create an environment of respect and compliance. Develops and maintains professional working relationships with co-workers and peers. Accept constructive correction with an attitude of improvement. Performs related duties as required. Perform related duties in a timely and efficient manner.
Accountant /Fiscal Manager I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The South Carolina State University is seeking an Accounting Manager to focus on planning, directing and organizing the daily accounting operations of general accounting, property accounting, month-end and year-end closing activities. The position will also focus on monthly reconciliations, special statistical reports, proper maintenance of the general ledger and reconciliation with subsidiary ledgers. The successful individual will interpret accounting data, analyze reports and reconciliations to recommend and/or initiate actions to be taken to ensure reconciling items are investigated, resolved and adjusted on a timely basis. The Accounting Manager will provide necessary data and support for preparation of University’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, WSSB financial statements and required reporting, NCAA Statement of Revenue and Expenses, and the University’s Single Audit. The successful candidate must be skilled in performing detailed and complex numerical computations and perform other professional accounting duties as assigned. Excellent knowledge of accounting principles, practices and procedures is needed to ensure that proper accounting methodology, techniques and policies are adopted and implemented for assigned tasks. Extensive knowledge of governmental or institutional fund accounting, supervisory practices and principles, and complex accounting systems and applications is also needed. Critical thinking and analytical skills and the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing are musts.
Student Services Program Coordinator II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Essential Job Functions: • Responsible for providing counseling, information, and assistance to students in accordance with federal requirements and the school's default prevention program. • Monitors the University's Cohort Default Rate (CDR) as it fluctuates throughout the cohort year. • Utilizes reporting systems to establish identifiable potential actions and/or solutions. • Develops and implements loan repayment educational programs, focusing on "at-risk" student groups. • Submit to third-party services appropriate documentation for loan default management. • Review and respond to cohort default rates and prepare any necessary appeals. • Inform borrowers of their rights and responsibilities under the Direct Loan Program. • Assist borrowers with options to lower or postpone student loan payments based on the borrower's individual needs. • Conduct exit interviews for students who graduate or withdraw. • Assist with financial literacy class prior to student's completion of the program. • Coordinate post-graduation/withdrawal activities to promote default prevention services. • Manage letters and phone calls to borrowers in all stages of delinquency. • Serves as the front-line person responding professionally and courteously to all inquiries from constituents, i.e., students, parents, lenders, faculty, administrative, and support staff through personal, email, and telephone communications. • Participate in local, regional, state, and federal organizations workshops to maintain current information on financial aid regulations per supervisor's request. • Advises and counsels students, prospective students, and parents concerning available financial aid and scholarship, the application process, and responsible utilization of financial aid funds, ensuring the information is accurate and up to date and provides leadership and support to the counseling staff. • Performs other duties as assigned.
Administrative Specialist Ii Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Serve as Administrative Assistant for the Office of Financial Aid and screen that which will be handled personally and forwards remainder to an appropriate staff member. Screen and direct office communication through phone, fax, email, and written media and respond to requests for information. Provide administrative support to professional staffers. Assist with review/response to a financial aid email account as needed. Assist with office mailings as needed.
Student Services Program Coordinator I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Admissions Counselor is responsible for recruitment program coordination, including coordination and support of certain invitational programs of the Office of Admissions, as well as some others in conjunction with the Division of Enrollment Management. Coordinates communication with the high school and independent counseling communities. Also responsible for admissions recruitment, counseling, outreach and application review. Represent the University both on and off campus to prospective students, parents, secondary school counselors and other individuals or organizations involved in the college selection process. Plan and implement recruitment activities for assigned high schools and territories, including travel to distant sites in the state of South Carolina and nationally. Counsel prospective applicants on the admissions process and opportunities at the University in accordance with all applicable policies, standards and requirements. Provide one-on-one admissions counseling to diverse populations, which occurs primarily by in-person appointments, phone calls and emails. Review, evaluate, and score prospective student credentials in a timely manner, process applications in Banner, counsel students and parents on admissions requirements, campus services and programs. Coordinate and contribute to the success of various student visit programs designed to recruit targeted prospective applicants to the University. These programs require significant collaboration with Student Success and Retention, Multicultural Affairs, Financial Aid, Office of the Registrar, Student Affairs, and Academic Affairs. Manage ongoing strategic communications with high school and independent counselors, including email, print, and other media. Assist in the development and delivery of on-campus events and programs for counseling groups and individuals.
QEP - Assessment Coordinator Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The OEP Assessment Coordinator's primary responsibility will be assisting the QEP Director in data collection and reporting. The Coordinator will be responsible for collecting data from program activities, assembling, and disseminating formative and summative evaluation reports, and assisting in QEP administrative responsibilities as needed. The Coordinator will also help Institutional Research in data projects as needed.
Assistant Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Department of Social Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track position beginning January 2022. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching the following courses: African American as well as US History courses( including survey and upper level courses such as colonial and revolutionary U.S, Civil War and Reconstruction or European History. The incumbent will teach 12 hours a semester and will also serve on College/University Committees as well as advise students. The ideal candidate should have a Ph.D. Some evidence of university teaching and scholarship would be added value. However, ADBs would also be considered. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience.
Accounting/Fiscal Manager I (Payroll Director) Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The South Carolina State University Controller's Office is seeking to hire a dynamic Director of Payroll to join our team. The position reports directly to the Controller and is responsible for directing all aspects of payroll operations, which include overseeing payments to employees, reviewing payroll changes, and compiling payroll summaries for management review. The Payroll Director must be able to create suitable financial strategies for the continuous improvement of payroll systems, possess excellent managerial skills, and have the ability to supervise personnel working on payroll procedures. The position will oversee the day-to-day payroll function for employees across South Carolina State University using multiple systems for payroll operations and retirement contribution submissions and reporting, while also ensuring compliance with wage and hourly regulatory reporting requirements. The successful candidate will attend to payroll-related questions from employees and ensure the best financial practices are adhered to by payroll operations team members. The candidate will also oversee the university's labor redistribution process, be responsible for all federal and state reporting, audit payroll transactions for completeness and accuracy, maintain payroll systems, and complete other payroll duties as assigned. Excellent knowledge of payroll fundamentals and extensive payroll experience is needed to complete transactions as simple as processing tax forms and data entry into payroll systems to more complex activities, such as unemployment claim validations/calculations and determining the taxability and employability of the university's non-resident alien population. Extensive knowledge of payroll and human resources concepts and systems is needed (e.g., employment eligibility verifications, employee benefit set-up, leave payouts, etc.).
Assistant Director of Academic Student Support Services Administration – Orangeburg, SC
South Carolina State University seeks a Learning Specialist/Academic Coach who under the direction of the Executive Associate Athletic Director and Academic Coordinator, the incumbent is responsible for working with students who have identified learning issues and those who have greater academic risk indicators. This position will perform the duties and responsibilities listed below while ensuring strict adherence to NCAA and MEAC rules and regulations as well as policies and procedures of South Carolina State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Director of Academics Student Support Services Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Job Description- The Student Athlete Academic Coordinator advises students concerning their academic plans and progress, academic schedule, choice of major, and other academic activities and career goals to assist the students in making decisions regarding personal, educational and athletic goals leading to graduation. The successful applicant will administer and monitor a comprehensive academic support system for student athletes to ensure compliance with NCAA, MEAC and South Carolina State University rules, policies and regulations.
Executive Director for Compliance and Academic Initiatives Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Job Description- The Director of Compliance develops procedures and policies to monitor and ensure compliance with the university, NCAA, and conference rules and regulations in the areas of recruiting, financial aid, amateurism and initial eligibility. The Director is responsible for overseeing these areas and serving as lead in maintaining consistent and equitable policies for all sports. The Director is responsible for the overall quality and comprehensive nature of the Compliance Office for the South Carolina State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Administrative Specialist II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
To assist the department head with all departmental preparation and maintenance of activities and records including accreditation. This will include day-to-day operation of the department programs such as maintaining and preparing reports and records; conducting meetings; assisting faculty, students, and staff; and, any other duties assigned by the department head and/or dean of the college to maintain accreditation standards for the academic programs.
Instructor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Teach college courses in mathematics to undergraduate college students within the prescribed curriculum of the Mathematics program of the university; serve on department, college, and university committees; serve as an academic advisor for mathematics majors; develop and enhance courses in the mathematics program; provide guidance to undergraduate students in their assignments and advise them on how to best maximize their learning experience to prepare them for the highly competitive national and global marketplace upon graduation.
Student Srv Prog Coord II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Provides direct supervised individual and group counseling, external referrals and disability accommodation services to students. Maintains confidential student records and reports. Coordinates, conducts and Implements designated student mental health outreach programs. Evaluates documentation submitted by student registrants of the Office of Student Disability Services in order to establish reasonable accommodations for them. Prepares disability accommodation letters for students who register with the Office of Student Disability Services to inform faculty and deans of student disability requirements. Provides general information to the university community on issues related to student counseling and disability services. Regularly attends supervision and staff meetings and prepares written summaries of clinical activity. Participates in projects, committees and other work related to campus/community as assigned by the Director of Counseling and Student Disability Services. Provides supervised crisis intervention services, including after-hours and weekend on-call assistance. Advises and counsels students in distress to facilitate college adjustment. Serves on various campus committees as assigned. Provides advice and guidance to various student programs, clubs and organizations. Serves as a campus and community mental health liaison.
INSTRUCTOR Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Teach college courses in mathematics to undergraduate college students within the prescribed curriculum of the Mathematics program of the university; serve on department, college, and university committees; serve as an academic advisor for mathematics majors; develop and enhance courses in the mathematics program; provide guidance to undergraduate students in their assignments and advise them on how to best maximize their learning experience to prepare them for the highly competitive national and global marketplace upon graduation.
Assistant Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Computer Science and Mathematics Department within the College of Science, Technology, Mathematics, Engineering and Transportation (CSTEM-T) invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track teaching appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor of Computer Science. The person appointed to this position will teach the full range of undergraduate courses in Computer Science and Cybersecurity. Effective teaching, scholarly productivity (funded research and publications), and service to the University are required for retention, promotion, and tenure.
Assistant Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Department of Engineering in the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Transportation at South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, South Carolina is seeking a full-time, tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in the area of Transportation with special emphasis in connected and autonomous transportation systems. The position is available starting Fall 2020. Candidates with diverse research interests are encouraged to apply by demonstrating how their research supports planning, design, and operation of connected and autonomous transportation systems. The position is expected to be filled at the Assistant Professor level, however the Associate Professor level will be considered. Candidates applying at the Associate Professor level must have a well-established academic record, including scholarly publications, teaching, and externally-funded research.