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Human Resources Coordinator Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Responsible for daily operations of the Payroll Function within HR to include data management functions and inputting data for new hirers, promotions, reclassifications, and payroll changes to Banner and SCEIS Information systems. Assist with the administration function of the PageUp Talent Management System including reviewing job postings and advertisements, and assisting with posting job announcements to the University's website. Provide written and/or verbal verification of employment on University personnel as requested by various internal and external customers. Provide assistance in each human resource management program area as a 'generalist"
Accountant/Fiscal Analyst II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The successful candidate will be responsible for the processing and timely delivery of assigned payroll duties. The candidate will assist in accurately paying employees in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations. The candidate will exercise independent judgment and discretion in planning and carrying out the details of work procedures and methods. The candidate will provide guidance to employees and serve as a backup to payroll operations team members. Respond to payroll queries from employees in a timely manner, analyze payroll issues and recommend corrective actions. Help to assure proper tax treatment, accounting, and disposition of withholdings such as taxes, deductions for benefits, charitable contributions, retirement contributions, etc. Assist with the reviewing of payroll functions to ensure accuracy of payment to employees and the distributions of withholding to appropriate vendors/agencies. Ensure authorized deductions are deducted from employee pay and disbursed to the proper company. Coordinate with Human Resources for proper benefit and deduction set-up. Process transactions concerning the assimilation of payroll information, the processing of payroll changes, and the distribution of payroll checks. Assist in payroll and timesheet audit activities. Generate payroll reports and calendars. Assist with preparation and distribution of W-2s and year end reports. Record and maintain employee timesheets and payroll data. Contribute to a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to engage with a diverse group. Remain current through self-directed learning, developing professional relations with colleagues, and attending professional development trainings. Contribute to the overall success of the Controller’s Office to perform all other duties assigned. Maintain a professional demeanor and high levels of confidentiality. Must provide excellent customer service to internal and external contacts.
Laboratory Specialist II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Department of Engineering Technology at South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, South Carolina, invites applications or nominations for a permanent position at the rank of Laboratory Specialist II in the department. The department offers B.S. degrees in Civil Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology and Industrial Technology. Assist faculty in developing and supervising lab exercises for students; install, maintain and repair lab equipment including computer hardware and software; write specifications and requisitions for the purchase of lab supplies and equipment including computers; adjust, calibrate and operate lab equipment.
Law Enforcement Officer I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• 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). • 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. • 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 work relationship with other law enforcement agencies. No more than one negative report from another law enforcement agency. • Interacts with the student body and staff professionally. Creates 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 other related duties in a timely and efficient manner.
Chairperson Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Chair of the Speech Pathology and Audiology Department is supervised by the Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies and under the general direction of the Dean, the Chair serves as the chief Academic Officer of the Department with all duties and responsibilities attendant thereto. The Chair manages the Department as an autonomous unit that is revenue producing, data driven, and productive in scholarly and research pursuits. The Chair provides vision, leadership, and strategic direction to faculty in Speech Pathology and Audiology. The Chair, in concert with the faculty, shall maintain operational procedures, rules and standards relating to faculty and staff classification standards and accrediting bodies to ensure accreditation of eligible programs and reaffirmation of programs currently accredited.
Law Enforcement Officer I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• 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). • 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. • 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 work relationship with other law enforcement agencies. No more than one negative report from another law enforcement agency. • Interacts with the student body and staff professionally. Creates 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 other related duties in a timely and efficient manner.
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.
Student Service Manager 1 Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Assist the Director in the development and coordination of an organized admission and recruitment for SCSU. Assist the Director in the management of the admissions staff. · Provide recruitment and marketing assistance to the Director for recruitment. · Implement and coordinate recruitment and marketing efforts for a diverse undergraduate student population preparing and coordinating the production of admissions publications, catalogs, and brochures to promote SCSU, target minority and top scholar’s recruitment goals, facilitate informational meetings to create targeted marketing plans for each degree program and tracking the return on investment for projects. · Collaborate with deans, department chairs, faculty, staff, coordinators and other related constituents on recruitment and marketing efforts. · Follow up with departments and with graduate admission candidates’ files. · Collaborate with the Office of Institutional Research to assist with preparation of reports relative to enrollment trends and assessing recruitment efforts and enrollment data. · Attend recruitment engagements across the nation, seeking a diverse population of qualified students for admission to SCSU. · Create and maintain databases of prospective students, follow-up with students, and incomplete applications. · Serve as the project coordinator for all recruitment activities, events, and programs including open houses, orientations, seminars, and conferences on recruitment by facilitating the planning, deliver, communication, and execution of the activity, including delegating tasks in collaboration with admissions and recruitment team members. · Identifies and amplifies recruitment efforts through federal programs and community agencies; develops relationships with target markets. · Represent SCSU at meetings of community/education partners. · Assist with managing SCSU’s presence in social media outlets. · Perform other duties as assigned.
Law Enforcement Off I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Executes 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 arrives; 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. Not more than one negative report from another law enforcement agency. Interacts with 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
SC State University’s Campus Police Department located in Orangeburg, SC is currently hiring for a  Law Enforcement Officer I.   Description of Duties and Responsibilities: 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). 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. 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 work relationship with other law enforcement agencies. No more than one negative report from another law enforcement agency. Interacts with the student body and staff professionally. Creates 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 other related duties in a timely and efficient manner.
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.
Instructor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
A full-time Instructor position in English is open in the Department of English and Communications at South Carolina State University. The qualified candidate will have a master's level degree in English or English Education and teach primarily lower-division composition courses, some literature courses, and assist with mentoring the students in the Professional English and English Education program. 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 Professional and English Education programs. Additionally, the position entails undergraduate student advising, supervising student activities, and active participation in department, college, and university activities.
Student Services Manager I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Director must be able to lead a team of professionals to achieve unit and divisional goals. The Director must possess a working knowledge of student residential guidelines and procedures, the ability to interpret laws and regulations pertaining to but not limited to residential life as well as the entire university community. Completes the position description/employee performance evaluation for employees supervised and handles other personnel matters appropriately and effectively. Facilitates reporting efforts with residence life coordinators, regarding repairs and damages in the residence halls. Oversees development and implementation of policies and procedures for residence life, works with the Dean of Students to ensure the Code of Student Conduct is strictly enforced in the residence halls. Submit a yearly budget that is conducive to programs and services relating to residential life. Facilitates staff development and training for the Department of Residential Life and Housing.
Director of Centralized for Admission, Retention & Evaluation (CARE) Center. Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Director is responsible for overseeing the admission and monitoring of students into the Department of Education and the 17 undergraduate content areas of the Teacher Education Department. Responsible for overseeing the monitoring and completion of Stage 1 in the Matriculation Process includes PRAXIS CORE and PRAXIS II referrals to enhance the competence of students committed to becoming a certified teacher. Oversee Referral and Placement Service to provide an opportunity for students to be retained within the department through early assessment, monitoring, class performance, test results and advisement. Oversee the evaluation and monitoring of student folders by the CARE Center to comply with all the required State and CAEP standards and the Department of Education Matriculation Process. Coordinate with the Office of Clinical Experience in gathering, maintaining, and disseminating data during preparation for CAEP Accreditation visits. Teach courses based on academic background and preparation. Supervisory Responsibilities: Will supervise staff member in the accomplishment of the essential functions of the primary duties. Minimum Requirements: Education: Earned Masters degree in a content area of the College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences. Experience: Evidence of successful PK-12 teaching experience required. Skills: Successful applicants will be collaborative, kind, thoughtful, driven and student-focused practitioners with deep content and practical knowledge in the field of education.
Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The baccalaureate Social Work program at South Carolina State University invites applicants for full-time, tenured track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Social Work. This is a nine-month appointment, scheduled to begin August 2022. Our program seeks applicants to provide instruction, particularly in the areas of Human Behavior I (HBSE), Human Behavior II (HBSE II), Social Welfare Policy and Services, and social work electives. Activities required of all faculty include teaching, engaging in research and scholarly activities, student advising; and service to the department, college, university, and the community.
Director of Accounts Payable Manager (Fiscal Manager I) Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The South Carolina State University is seeking to hire an experienced and talented Accounts Payable Director. The Accounts Payable Director is responsible for driving key accounts payable processes by working across various internal and external teams and functions. Payments must be made timely, accurately and within state and university regulations. This position requires high level accounting operations, such as analysis, monitoring and reporting of key metrics. This position also requires strong communication, analytical, technical, and problem-solving skills. The incumbent must be an advanced computer (PC) user, able to process information in advanced general ledger systems (preferably Banner), and proficient in the use of Excel. The successful candidate must efficiently allocate available resources to fulfill the obligation of the department to provide superior customer service to students, parents, vendors, University employees, and other stakeholders.
College of Business, Assistant or Associate Professor of Business Economics Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Department of Accounting, Agribusiness and Economics at SC State University seeks applicants for a full-time, 9-month tenure-track position with summer research opportunities. Responsibilities include teaching business economics courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; providing academic and career advice to students; engaging in scholarly research; and performing service to the University, business community, and the profession. The position is available in August 2022. The Business Programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

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