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Director of Alumni Affairs and Engagement Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• The Director of Alumni Affairs and Engagement is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive Alumni Relations program designed to increase alumni engagement and support of the university's strategic plan. • The Director will build stronger ties between alumni and the university, accomplished by a wide variety of programming. • The Director will Serve as a liaison between the University and the South Carolina State University National Alumni Association (SCSUNAA) by coordinating, planning, and attending meetings and events of both the SCSUNAA and individual chapters annually. • The Director will plan and implement class reunions and alumni activities related to Homecoming, Founders’ Day, the Alumni Convention and Commencement. Successful alumni relations and lifelong engagement will be partially measured through increased support of the annual fund, goals around donor participation and retention, participation of leadership volunteers, participation of students in pre-alumni activities (in coordination with Student Affairs), and increased on-campus presence of alumni attributed to alumni programs and outreach. • The Director will develop and implement a pre-alumni program to involve all students and to plan and promote philanthropy among the students. • The Director enlists, engages, and trains teams of volunteers committed to fundraising. • The Director assists with coordinating alumni programs, including but not limited to, events, activities, fundraising opportunities, and various alumni recognition activities. • The Director provides metrics related to alumni, activities, donors, and donations. • The Director manages a process for ongoing alumni class reunions which includes Homecoming, Alumni Weekend, Founder’s Day, and other events.
Major Gifts Officer Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Major Gifts Officer (MGO) is a Development team member responsible for securing financial resources for SC State University. The primary focus is meeting and working with donors and prospects with the significant giving capacity to accomplish their giving objectives through annual giving, and major and planned gifts. The Major Gift Officer will engage in and be responsible for all aspects of the donor development cycle including donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgment, and stewardship. This position reports directly to the Chief Development Officer/Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement, under the strategic vision of the Vice President of Institutional Advancement & External Affairs, in collaboration with the Athletic Director, Deans, and University President. To succeed, the position requires extensive travel and includes evening and weekend responsibilities.
Govermental Liaison Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Provides professional direction and oversight of Government Relations. Serves as an advisor to the President and to South Carolina State University senior leaders pertaining to all government activities at the University. Cultivates and enhances the University's relationships at the federal, state, and local government levels. Works with the University and Senior Leadership in the development of proposals and strategies to advocate and lobby for University priorities at local, state, and federal government levels.
Athletics Coach- Head Football Coach Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• Develop a long-term vision and strategic plan for the football program. • Establish program goals, objectives, and expectations aligned with the college's mission. • Create a football program culture that promotes excellence, integrity, and academic success. • Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, including University administration, alumni, and community. • Participate in speaking engagements to support fundraising efforts. • Develop a comprehensive recruiting strategy to attract talented student-athletes. • Evaluate and scout potential prospects, both locally and nationally. • Build relationships with high school coaches and prospects (in-state and beyond) to generate interest in the program. • Coordinate campus visits and manage the recruitment process, working closely with the Admissions and the Athletics Student Services staff. • Recommend for hire and manage assistant coaches and support staff. • Develop practice schedules, game plans, and strategies that prepare student-athletes for the next level. • Organize and lead effective team practices focusing on skill development, conditioning, and teamwork. • Foster a supportive, positive team culture that encourages academic success and personal growth. • Provide individualized coaching and mentoring to players on and off the field. • Promote sportsmanship, teamwork, discipline, and character development. • Ensure proper medical treatment of student-athletes, ensuring they comply with medical restrictions per NCAA, campus medical staff, team physicians, and athletic trainers. • Monitor and support the academic progress of student-athletes, ensuring compliance with University, NCAA, and conference eligibility requirements. • Ensure compliance with all University, NCAA, and conference rules and regulations.
Climate-Smart Project Director Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• Oversee the operations and management of the Climate-Smart Project. • Assist the Principal Investigator and the Project Implementation Team in designing, planning, implementing, monitoring, evaluating, reporting, and disseminating all aspects of the Project to its various publics. • Serve as a key advisor/resource to the 1890 Executive Team and University leadership. • Prepare project information to be used by the PI, Co-PIs, Office of Sponsored Research, Grants/Compliance, University leadership, Board of Trustees, and external entities. • Supervise project management team, postdocs, research technicians, extension agents, University staff, and off-campus implementing partners. • Schedule project meetings, conferences, and workshops for project participants, delivery of technical training, and reports on the Scope of Work. • Capable of communicating effectively in public settings, both orally and in writing. Ability to facilitate and coordinate the development, reporting, and dissemination of Impact Statements, Success Stories, Contact Hours, etc. • Ability to prepare, write, proofread, edit, format, and submit project correspondences such as progress reports, quarterly and annual reports, and other documents. • Ability to collect and decipher information to prepare written reports. • Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and understandings. • Ability to establish and develop good relationships with staff, administrators, other institutions, organizations, etc. to prepare, implement, and accomplish successful project delivery. • Assist in interpreting, preparing, and monitoring the Plan of Work reporting regulations and requirements statewide for 1890 Research and Extension and disseminate (qualitative and quantitative) information to appropriate sources upon approval.
Assistant Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Teach courses (12 credits per semester) Mentor/Advise undergraduate students who are students who are Physical Education majors Work as part of the Department team Keep daily office hours Engage in and develop quality community-centered research
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.
Part-Time Test Proctor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Test Proctor is responsible for proctoring online and paper-based exams in the Assessment Center. The Test Proctor will perform general office duties including the monitoring of exams, signing candidates in/out of exams, and other customer service-related tasks as needed. The position is part-time, requiring between 20-25 hours per week. While the schedule varies from week to week, the primary workdays are Monday - Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 pm. Must not have other activities that would interfere with the work schedule. This is a part-time, P-13 hourly paid position without benefits.
Fire Safety Officer III Administration – Orangeburg, SC
SC State University is seeking to hire a Fire Safety Officer III. The Fire Safety Officer will report directly to the AVP of Facilities Management and VP of Finance and Management. The Fire Safety Officer serves as the manager of required fire and safety programs. The FSO oversees the enforcement of all laws and ordinances related to fire safety, pyrotechnics, and explosives. The FSO will assist in performing life-safety repairs, monthly preventive maintenance of safety equipment, and coordinate life-safety vendors. This position requires the ability to walk, climb ladders, and stand for long periods of time in heat and wintery conditions. The FSO is also required to respond to calls 24/7.
Associate Ad for Compliance and Student Services Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Reports to the Director of Athletics. Serves as the campus compliance liaison between the University, MEAC, and NCAA. Provides ongoing rules education program for athletics staff, student-athletes, boosters, and other specific University personnel (faculty athletics representative (FAR), registrar, admissions, financial aid; institutional research, department chairs, and advisors, etc.) to include updating coaches, department staff, financial aid, registrar and other campus personnel on legislation changes. Meets with each team at the beginning of each semester to discuss the teams' results: eligibility, cumulative grade point average, graduating seniors, progress towards degree, freshmen, transfer student-athletes, drug testing, etc. Maintains a compliance rules education calendar and distributes it to University personnel who perform specific functions for athletics. Manages eligibility certification checklists and squad lists per NCAA, MEAC, and University procedures.
Statistical Research Analyst I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
1. Produces annual Fact Book and Fast Facts. 2. Manages electronic course evaluation process. 3. Assists with research reports and surveys on university statistics for internal and external constituents. 4. Assists with the compilation of statistical data and analysis for reporting on the progress of the University’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). 5. Assists IR Director with all appropriate academic and administrative units to compile university statistics and to provide reports based on data requests from these units.
Senior IT Consultant Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Duties and Responsibilities:  Advising IT management on the most strategic uses of network technologies to support agency activities Planning and development of voice and data networks with an emphasis on security Providing systems maintenance to file servers to ensure a proper operating environment Planning firmware/software upgrades to the file servers and network devices Researching and recommending network security upgrades and enhancements Maintaining a written policy for file storage and retention and monitoring network space Documenting an agency-wide backup policy for the most efficient backup procedures Determining and implementing appropriate network security and related policies Operating an efficient, secure, and safe wired and wireless networked infrastructure
Assistant/Associate Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The ability to teach undergraduate courses for our Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology program at South Carolina State University. In addition, the candidate is also expected to advise and recruit students, develop programs, learning outcomes assessments, conduct scholarly research, and participate in committee assignments.
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.
Associate Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The candidate will teach undergraduate courses for Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology at South Carolina State University on the main campus located in Orangeburg, South Carolina. In addition, the candidate will be expected to advise and recruit students, develop and improve program, develop and administer online courses, conduct scholarly research, and participate in committee assignments.
Law Enforcement Officer III Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The right candidates as Law Enforcement officers have to be able to execute sound judgment in the proper application and interpretation of laws and regulations. The candidate must conduct criminal or administrative investigations or directs the activities of other law enforcement personnel. Investigates alleged or suspected violations of law. Conducts surveillance and performs undercover assignments. Develops and uses informants to obtain information. Conducts background or other administrative investigations. Interviews witnesses and suspects. Apprehends and arrests suspected criminals. Performs general police work such as maintaining order during emergencies, participating in manhunts, and providing executive protection. Testifies in court and other legal proceedings. Keeps records and makes reports regarding activities. Plans direct and coordinate law enforcement activities within the designated area of responsibility. Executes orders from superiors. Explains orders, messages, and decisions to subordinates; advises subordinates of changes in laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. Reviews activity reports submitted by officers to determine if areas are adequately patrolled; recommends changes that will increase the effectiveness of law enforcement operations. Patrols assigned area to determine if subordinates are performing their duties properly; initiates actions to correct any deficiencies. Supervises and evaluates law enforcement personnel. Trains law enforcement personnel on how to properly perform their duties. Investigates complaints about the activities of law enforcement personnel and reports findings.
Program Coordinator II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
In collaboration with the Director and staff of OINSEP, develop and implement creative and effective marketing strategies and materials for successful internationalization efforts. Promote international awareness on Campus by planning and coordinating International Awareness Month and other activities and events. Provide support for international students and serve as the Advisor of the International Students Association. Serve as the lead staff for the International Resource Center. Assist the International Education Coordinator with duties such as study away recruitment through classroom visits, departmental meetings and student advisement. Prepares reports and keeps statistical data of all programs in addition to purchase requisitions and travel documents for OINSEP staff. Provides and maintains quality customer service. Attends conferences and professional development trainings in international education. Serves as a member of the International Advisory Committee. Prepares correspondences, financial requisitions, meeting minutes, and reports. Organizes and maintains office files in accordance with the Public Records Act. Performs other duties assigned by the Director.
Executive Director for the James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center Administration – Orangeburg, SC
o Oversees the delivery of all private, state, and federal grant requirements. o Implements organizational technology (such as web-based project management software) to facilitate collaboration among all researchers, students, and industry partners. o Manages design and implementation of data collection to meet agency requirements (including non-engineering data such as diversity measures). o Manages non-technical project schedules, and incorporates and tracks technical project schedules developed by researchers and institutional leads. Manages non-technical project budgets in cooperation with the financial manager and reports to the Director. o Seeks commitments from existing industrial partners and DOT partners for research and education financial match funding, and to host undergraduate and graduate student research interns over the summer. o Forms partnerships with other regional and national UTCs in cooperation with Technical Leads to carry on research and technology transfer projects. o Plans and executes a JECUTC annual conference. Work with the Academic Program Coordinator of the Master of Science Degree in Transportation to Teach graduate level course(s) when possible
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.
Assistant/Associate Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
This is a tenure track faculty position at South Carolina State University (SCSU) in the Nuclear Engineering program with the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Transportation (CSTEMT). The individual placed in this position will be responsible for providing undergraduate instruction on nuclear energy issues such as reactor design and physics, nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear materials science and engineering, radiation science, nuclear instrumentation, and public policy regarding nuclear power. Other duties will include coordinating educational and research assignments on campus and at National laboratories and/or nuclear utilities, supervising student internships in similar locations, and supervising undergraduate research in nuclear science. Student advisement activity is a must.

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