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Athletic Coach- Assistant Track Coach Administration – Orangeburg, SC
1. Direct support of the vision, goals and strategies of head coach. 2. Serves as a teacher in practice and competition with respect to individual and team skill development for the track program in event areas as directed by head coach. 3. Is certified to recruit high caliber student-athletes to attend and compete for the University. 4. Supervises practice, skill sessions, study hall and team travel under supervision of head coach. 5. Serves as a mentor and positive influence on the student-athletes in the track program. 6. Coordinates administrative responsibilities as delegated by head track coach. 7. Travels representing the university at various functions as directed by head coach. 8. Any other program relevant duties as assigned by the head coach.
Director of University Counseling Center Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• Direct and oversee the overall operations of the CSDC and ODS. This includes supervision of clinicians and staff in both offices, as well as administrative responsibility of budget, facility needs, and administrative functions to ensure effective, ethical service delivery. • Provide vision, strategic planning, and assessment for the Center to advance the CSDC, ODS and University mission. • Develop and administer CSDC and ODS protocols and procedures in keeping with current best practices for college counseling centers. • Develop and maintain all clinical, assessment, and training materials used at the CSDC. • Maintain and provide updated information for the CSDC and ODS website. • Develop and maintain CSDC and ODS data related to service delivery, service improvement, and accreditation. • Coordinate and participate in the SCSU’s emergency and crisis response process. • Serve as Chair of the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) • Provide individual clinical supervision to practicum/internship for graduate students. • As needed, provide direct therapeutic, crisis, assessment, and referral services. • Identify staffing needs and facilitate the hiring of clinical staff. • Consult with concerned students, faculty, staff, and parents regarding student mental health concerns. • Collaborate with graduate counseling program faculty to ensure cohesion between service delivery, program requirements, and graduate student development.
Administrative Coordinator I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Administrative Coordinator complete organizational and management tasks that support the efforts of a variety of projects or events for the BECT Institute. Common Coordinator duties and responsibilities include: • Communicating with students, faculty about project, event or expectations and goals • Collaborating with students, faculty, staff and the BECT Advisory Council on meetings and events • Delegating tasks to appropriate team members • Managing deadlines and progress to ensure the project is delivered on time and on budget • Organizing third-party providers and vendors to deliver elements that can’t be produced in-house • Overseeing the delivery of projects and making adjustments as necessary to ensure they are delivered to specifications and high standards • Collecting and analyzing feedback from students and other project users to gauge satisfaction and success • Managing and order office supplies • Making travel arrangements • Organizing company documents into updated filing systems • Addressing employees’ and clients’ queries (via email, phone or in-person) • Preparing presentations, spreadsheets and reports • Updating office policies as needed
Administrative Assistant for Business Administration & Information Systems Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Under direct supervision of the Chair for Department of Business Administration & Information Systems and provide specialized support for the faculty/staff. Assist with students and their parents’ calls/inquires to determine which will be handled personally and forward remainder to chair and faculty as appropriate in the department. Provide programmatic administrative services for the Master of Business Administration program, through maintaining the MBA director’s calendar, coordinating all meetings, drafting, and distributing MBA students’ meetings with the MBA Director. Must possess excellent communication and strong interpersonal skills and have proficient computer skills including Microsoft Word and Excel. Perform and/or supervise administrative support activities including: develops, organizes and implements office administrative procedures; receives and responds to routine requests for information; prepares correspondence and reports; organizes and maintains office files; maintains inventory of office supplies and equipment; monitors the budget and ensures expenditures and transactions are compliant with university policies; prepares requisitions and supervises work of support staff and student workers. Must be able to understand academic departmental operations across the Academic Affairs Divisions and refer students, faculty, staff, and other University constituents to the relevant personnel. Assist with class schedule, faculty schedule, classroom management, faculty meeting, review/response to email account as needed. Responsible for routine office procedures to include but not limited to telephone coverage, obtaining office supplies, handling students’ requests and maintain a central filing system.
Executive Assistant Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Executive Assistant for the Vice President of Finance and Management performs all administrative tasks to enable the CFO to advance the Finance Division.
Public Information Specialist Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Program Coordinator • Assist General Manger with carrying out the station’s vision for on-air programming • Selects music for each format, maintains categories and rotation • Ensures all produced elements are aligned with the sound of the station • Creates station imaging, liners, IDs, sweepers • Act as a liaison to music reps • Generate music logs • Trains students on broadcast programming • Other duties as assigned by General Manager
Student Service Program Coordinator I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Counsel prospective applicants on the admissions process and opportunities at the University by 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 promptly, 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.
Assistant Director for Athletic Media Relations Administration – Orangeburg, SC
· Write and publish weekly press releases, Information guides and game programs. · Organize and coordinate event management for assigned sports as well as assist with other SID’s sports when needed. · Publish and update game results, game stories, statistics and general information on the web in relation to assigned sports as well as making sure the website is up to date with information about SC State teams, coaches, student-athletes and other activities in the athletic department · Coordinate interviews, correspondence and media relations with media outlets, opponents, and conference office in relation to assigned sports · Facilitate the gathering, reporting, and archiving of statistics and photos for assigned sports · Work with operations staff to fulfill home event sponsor and advertiser recognition commitments · Serve as the primary contact Women’s Sports (Women’s Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball). · Travel to away games with assigned teams. · Serve as the primary contact for Olympic Sports as assigned by the SID. · Possible oversight of one or more graduate assistant(s) in the athletics media relations office · Perform other duties as assigned
IT Manager IV (Chief Information Officer) Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Under limited supervision of the Agency Head, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) Provides leadership and directs the planning, development, implementation, and modification of information technology (IT)-related services and applications for the agency. He/she shall work to establish and implement the information governance structure and security strategies, priorities, and directives consistent with the State of South Carolina Information Security and Privacy Program. In addition to the strategic responsibilities, the CIO will be responsible for all operational aspects of the University’s computing information technology and services. This position will direct IT systems in support of all operations to improve cost-effectiveness, service quality, and institutional effectiveness. This position will also support and facilitate learning and research-related computing. This is an essential position in that it supports operations of mission-critical functions for the agency.
Economic Development Manager II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Manage the SCSU Regional Small Business Development Center at South Carolina State University, which includes managing the budget, human and other resources; provide services to the entrepreneurial community with one-on-one consultation to start-ups and existing businesses, management training, business development in the seven county region, and implementing policies of the South Carolina Small Business Development Centers, the SBDC Cooperative Agreement with the Small Business Administration(SBA), America’s Small Business Development Center’s (ASBDC) standards and South Carolina State University (SCSU). Plans, coordinates and manages the economic development effort and associated administrative support within a multi-county area of the state; coordinates programs and activities with state/federal agencies, commercial firms and lending institutions; prepares and submits performance reports, statistical analysis and financial data on a routine and as needed basis, speaks to business groups, community groups and agencies on business and economic development topics; attends economic development activities in cooperation with other economic development organizations; prepares and adjusts annual performance objectives for the area office. Performs other related duties as required.
Law Enforcement Officer IV Administration – Orangeburg, SC
SC State University’s Campus Police Department located in Orangeburg, SC is currently hiring for a  Law Enforcement Officer IV.   Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Assist the Chief of Campus Police in directing the operation of the Campus Police Department including assuming command of the Campus Police Department and performing duties of the Chief of Campus Police in his/her absence. Provide direct supervision for the day-to-day activities of campus police officers, including scheduling and evaluating officers' performance and monitoring and adjusting police/security operations and coverages to ensure effectiveness. Responsible for performance management including preparation and administration of performance appraisals. Conduct regular meetings with officers and include other campus security personnel as needed.  Review and evaluate all police officer reports to ensure accuracy and completeness, and recommend security-related strategies for improvement when deemed appropriate. In collaboration with the College Professional Development function, identify schedule, and maintain required and developmental training and certifications for police officers. Responsible for effectively planning and scheduling security for College events including direct and indirect oversight of all activities. As needed or required, testify in court and at disciplinary hearings. Lead, assist, and coordinate emergency response tabletop and actual drills including follow-up assessments and developing actions for improvements. Assist with the revision of informational manuals as needed (e.g., Campus Police Department Standard Operating Procedures, Emergency Response Guide). Serve on campus committees and panels when requested. Prepare and provide incident/accident reports for staff, students, and the general public. Respond to after-hours calls and situations as needed. Model and maintain a high standard of professionalism in representing the College and the ideals or principles of law enforcement, including, but not limited to, confidentiality in all aspects of the position’s responsibilities and adherence to policies, procedures, ethics, and other established guidelines.  Adhere to professional accountability and accept responsibility for managing situations and problems.  Work cooperatively with team members and colleagues, contributing positively and constructively to the achievement of team and College objectives.  Provide a high level of service to customers by establishing and maintaining effective working relationships and partnerships. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein
Assistant Professor of Music Education Choral Music or Voice ~ Tenure Track Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The department seeks a dynamic teacher with the ability to inspire and train students who have chosen music teaching as a career. This position requires teaching courses in music education and serving as a piano collaborator Required Qualifications: Accompanist collaborator Demonstrated experience in the K-12 setting Experience in teaching at the higher education level Evidence of strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills Effective written communication skills Must be authorized to work in the U.S. • Teach secondary choral and general music methods and materials, • Supervise choral/voice majors and choral/piano majors • Serve as piano collaborator for the music unit to include faculty and student recitals, choir accompanist, accompanist for instrumental and vocal juries • Teach courses face-to-face on campus • Provide service to middle and high school music educators in the region through scholarly/creative projects and outreach. • Serve as advisor to student clubs and organizations for those entering the music education profession. Assist in research and creative activity by preparing students to enter competitions, write papers, and other such relevant creative activities. • Recruit for the Music Unit • Collaborate among arts disciplines and non-arts disciplines
Instructor of Music Industry - Non Tenure Track Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Duties of this position involve teaching, advising, creative work, and service to the department, school, and university community. Teaching responsibilities include courses in music technology, commercial composition/arranging, recording studio techniques, and supervision of the required internship program. Other courses assigned by the department may include performance instruction, aural skills, or other classes depending on the candidate's qualifications and needs of the department. In alignment with South Carolina State University's mission, we welcome applicants with direct expertise, and cultural competence who are committed to issues of diversity, global engagement, and care for/solidarity with people from vulnerable and marginalized communities. Candidates who have experience working with faculty, staff, and students from diverse backgrounds and lived experiences, and who can contribute to the departmental ethos and campus climate of inclusivity are encouraged to apply. The Music Unit serves multiple students in courses each semester; thus, actively serving the University, Orangeburg, and surrounding communities through educational and performance events. Applicants should be eager to work in an evolving, trend-setting HBCU environment that fosters faculty collaboration and student engagement both inside and outside the classroom.
Assistant Professor of Music ~ Tenure Track Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The successful candidate will demonstrate creativity in programming composers of diverse backgrounds, excellence in choral pedagogy, and a commitment to teaching majors and non-major liberal arts students. Teaching responsibilities include Choir rehearsals, Choral Conducting, possibly offering Voice lessons, and other core music classes as may be needed. Additional responsibilities include serving on committees; managing the choral budget; coordinating with support staff; building the choral library; working with a staff pianist; and recruiting.
Associate Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Department of English and Communications at South Carolina State University is seeking a tenure-track faculty member qualified to coordinate the English Education undergraduate and MAT in English programs at South Carolina. The successful candidate will teach secondary English education courses in the undergraduate credential and MAT in English programs, teach other English courses in the English Education curriculum, and coordinate the English Education and Master of Arts in Teaching English programs. The successful candidate will also supervise student teachers in English; and participate in advisement, committee work, and projects that support effective writing, reading, literature, and language instruction in schools. The successful candidate will show evidence of ability to work with a diverse population of students, experience using technology to enhance instruction, and a willingness to assist with the continued development of the English Education program. Additionally, the position entails undergraduate student advising, supervising student activities, and active participation in department, college, and university activities. The successful candidate will also have research interests in areas related to the education of teachers or secondary students.
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.
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.