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Accountant/Fiscal Manager I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The South Carolina State University is seeking to hire a motivated finance professional to join our team as Director of Student Accounts. Under general supervision of the Office of the Controller, the position oversees the function of student-related financial accounting, including the payment phase of the registration process and application of all financial aid in compliance with federal, state, and University policies. As a team leader, the individual directs the operation of Student Accounts, including billings and receivables, invoicing and collections, outsourced payment plans, student account holds, financial purge for non-payment, electronic data transfers to and from third parties and other departments, as well as processing student refunds in accordance with Title IV regulations. The Director oversees the University Cashier's Office, including processing and deposit of all payments received on campus. The position manages a staff of six plus student workers and coordinates regularly with offices such as Financial Aid, Accounting, Housing, and Information Technology to reconcile systems and accounts. The successful candidate must efficiently allocate available resources to fulfill the obligation of the department to provide superior customer service to students, parents, University employees, and other stakeholders.
Human Resources Specialist Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Participates in recruiting and employment activities. Performs benefits administration activities. Conducts orientation sessions to acquaint new employees with agency policies, procedures and regulations. Assists with records management responsibilities. Performs various duties in classification and compensation administration. Provides assistance with employee relations programs. Develops and maintains information from surveys, studies, special projects and general human resource activities. Assists with the development and management of human resources information systems. Assists in the coordination of related programs such as wellness campaigns, employee assistance programs, charity fundraisers, employee health and safety, promotions, etc. Drafts revisions to personnel policies and procedures. Develops, implements and coordinates statewide programs relating to employee suggestions and awards. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of principles and practices of human resource management. Knowledge of the policies and procedures of the program area of assignment and of agency policies and procedures. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to make and communicate decisions. Ability to analyze data and present ideas effectively. Ability to communicate effectively.
Public Info Director II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Plans, develops and deploys a comprehensive strategy to facilitate effective, timely and impactful communications that enable SC State University to engage with its respective audiences using appropriate traditional and digital communications platforms.
Administrative Coordinator for College of Business Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The College of Business at South Carolina State University is seeking to hire someone who can perform a variety of administrative and technical support functions for the College of Business. These functions include managing the dean’s schedule, recording data, completing reports, and managing phones and other communications. Must possess excellent communication and strong interpersonal skills and have proficient computer skills including Microsoft Word and Excel. The individual is required to have the ability to effectively plan and organize work activities and prioritize task completion according to schedules and goals. The Administrator Coordinator keeps Dean, Chairs and faculty informed of timelines, deadlines, required reports and necessary documentations; provide working environment in unit that is conducive to faculty productivity; keep supplies on hand and equipment and facilities in working order; provide support service activities for events and activities such as Business Week, Executive Speaker Series, etc. Other duties include: • Assist in coordinating activities related to the accreditation process, particularly AACSBInternational accreditation of Business Programs; complete online data surveys for AACSB; • Implements requisition requests for purchasing office supplies and equipment. • Maintains inventory of office supplies and ensures compliance with budget limitations and procurement code. • Follow-up on requisitions, purchase orders, P-13s and other documents prepared to ensure processing in a timely manner . • Assist with planning and implementing events • Set and manage appointments for the dean • Answer phone • Manage contact databases • Organize and keep physical and digital records • Perform other duties as may be required by the dean.
SSRP Student Services Coordinator Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The SSRP Student Services Coordinator (SSC) will provide transitional support for first-year students from admissions through their first year of enrollment. The Student Success Coaching program is a part of the University-wide student development initiative focused on increasing matriculation, retention, and graduation rates. The Student Success Coach will provide one-on-one and group support sessions aimed at building a sense of belonging, developing resiliency, and providing connections to campus and community resources for students in order to promote persistence and academic success leading to graduation. 1. Monitor all assigned students within specified timeframes to introduce the success coaching process and establish a proactive and supportive relationship. 2. Create and maintain a folder on each assigned student in their designated college. Documents included in the folder but not limited to 3. SSC will lower Beacon Alerts daily and email professors and students regarding alerts within 24hours of the initial alerts. Procedures for alerts: 4. SSC will interact with students as a part of freshmen mandatory study hall. 5. SSC will Teach University 101 after credentialing and training. 6. SSC will Register freshmen students for first and second semester courses. 7. SSC will work some evenings 8. SSC will participate in New Student Orientations, Student Registration, Workshops, and all other activities hosted by SSRP
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.
Certified Teacher Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Develop and implement developmentally appropriate practices for young children. Must provide various experiences and activities for children. Create materials, props and design bulletin board related to lesson plans and/or themes. Conduct individual parent conference at least twice a year to discuss each child's growth and development. Ensure that children are supervised at all times. Employee will communicate clearly and effective with children. Employee must implement behavior strategies and classroom management techniques. Evaluate classroom curriculum and environment in accordance with Department of Social Services, NAEYC and all relevant policies and procedures. Perform duties assigned by Director, Department Chairperson, Dean and/or President of SC State University.
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.
Assistant Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
33-3714 POSTING INFORMATION The incumbent should be able to teach Introduction to Sociology; Sociological Theory; Sociological Methods: Senior Seminar; and at least two of the following: Rural Sociology; Qualitative Methods/Statistics; Medical Sociology; Human Sexuality; or Gerontology. Command of English and the ability to interact successfully with students from diverse backgrounds is required. Teaching load is four classes a semester. They would also be required to advise and mentor students and serve on Department, College and University committees.
Assistant Athletic Trainer Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Assist the Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer with the development and maintenance of the sports medicine program. Must be certified by the Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. • Assistant Athletic Trainer for Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis and other sports as assigned by Director of Sports Medicine. • Assists in the operation of the Athletic Training Room. • Coordinate ordering of supplies. • Maintains medical, insurance, injury reports and rehabilitation records on student-athletes in electronic medical record system. • Administers treatment and rehabilitative programs as prescribed by the Team Physicians. • Provides Head Coach of assigned team sports with daily injury report regarding status of injured student-athletes. This report shall be submitted weekly during the sports teams’ off-season. • Applies protective devices and equipment, as needed. • Remains on call for all sports and assist with coverage for practices and competitions for high risk sports. • Represents the Department at University, Conference, and National organizations as required and requested. • Undertakes special assignments and projects as requested by the Director of Sports Medicine, Medical Director and Athletic Director. • Assist with drug testing as requested. • Assist with education and supervision of certified graduate assistant athletic trainers and undergraduate student athletic trainer aids. • Assist with coverage of Olympic Sports when requested. • Assist with the compliance of OSHA Guidelines with the Sports Medicine Department. • Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Sports Medicine, Medical Director/Team Physicians or Athletics Director.
Administrative Specialist II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Report to the Director of the Career Center, provides a wide range of administrative support including management of the Director’s calendar, scheduling of all meetings, coordinating meeting logistics, researching and preparing materials, and serving as a key point of contact for alumni, current students and other constituents in a professional, courteous and helpful manner. Prepares a wide variety of correspondences and reports; drafts memos/letters and email in response to routine questions. Will assist with responsibilities that include: Execute a variety of tasks crucial to the efficient operation of the Career Center office during the Director’s travel periods. Ensures the Career Center runs smoothly by working collaboratively and maintaining an upbeat, positive, attitude and other administrative activities that support the Career Centers function as assigned by the Director.
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.
Procurement Manager I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Performs simple and complex procurement tasks by the SC Consolidated Procurement Code and Regulations in addition to all University Policies, Federal Requirements, and generally accepted best practices. Assists and advises SCSU stakeholders on procurement practices and requirements. Performs strategic sourcing, market research, and contract administration duties as appropriate. Participates in special training events for SCSU employees and vendors. Handles purchase order processes from receipt of the requisition through the disposal of property or closure of the contract. Consults with legal services on contract-related matters. Manages supplier records. Performs reporting duties related to emergency, sole-source, SWMBE, and other matters as necessary. Handles sensitive, private, and proprietary data and information. Manages P-Card program by performing as the lead contact for P-card matters including, but not limited to serving as the liaison between SCSU and the bank, State P-Card Administrator, Comptroller General’s Office, Cardholders, Approvers, and Reconcilers (liaisons). Plans and provides training or internal p-card stakeholders. Generates reports. Audits cardholder activities and statements. Communicates improper card usage and carries out discipline as required. All other p-card-related duties. Supports the University by providing excellent customer service. Manages fuel card program performs liquidations and supports finance with reporting functions. Performing general clerical duties as needed. Supporting the Procurement team as needed by performing Warehouse, Property, and Post Office duties when necessary
Student Service Program Coordinator II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
In conjunction with the Dr. Emily England Clyburn Honors College staff, the Student Services Program Coordinator II will perform in the following capacities: assist in the design, development and implementation of student services programs; recommend changes in policies and procedures to improve programs; advise and counsel students in financial aid, admissions, registration, housing, academic, vocational and related areas; interview students to obtain information for referrals, placements or research initiatives; develop and maintain confidential records and reports; provide advice and guidance to various student clubs and organizations (where applicable); monitor student events and activities to ensure compliance with campus rules and regulations; prepare articles, newsletters and other marketing materials concerning the Clyburn Honors College campus and program activities; and serve as a campus and community resource person/representative for special events and projects (to include admissions and recruitment events).
Information Resource Consultant I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Provides solutions to end-user computer and networking problems of a basic to moderate nature to ensure end-user productivity. Assists users with resolving software issues pertaining to supported software. Responsible for troubleshooting and resolving moderately complex software and device issues. Provides preventative action recommendations for network issues. Serves as technical resource for users. Provides advice and direction to agency on purchases of hardware and software; conducts feasibility studies; collects survey data and compiles and produces survey results; presents written recommendations to management. Provides data on problematic trends and patterns in customer support requirements. Diagnoses and repairs simple to moderately complex problems in response to customer reported incidents. Installs, configures, troubleshoots, and maintains simple to moderately complex customer hardware and software. Provides data and/or solutions to issues. Ensures rigorous application of information security/information assurance polices, principles and practices in the delivery of customer support services for individuals. Identifies information technology requirements for individuals. Writes and tests documentation as directed may also make recommendations for technical documentation methods and procedures. May train and/or develop materials for customer training.
Athletic Coach Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The successful candidate reports to the Head Women’s Soccer Coach. Responsibilities include implementation of a goalkeeper plan, which includes practice and competition coaching for goalkeepers (primary duties), assist in all phases of practice, scheduling individual practices for goalkeepers when required, evaluating game film, and execute administrative duties such as recruiting academically and athletically qualified student-athletes and assist with campus visits for prospects, monitor students’ academic progress, schedule regular-season games, and work within the required NCAA and University rules and regulations. The head coach may assign additional duties. Extensive travel required.
Assistant Athletic Trainer Administration – Orangeburg, SC
South Carolina State University Sports Medicine is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer – Football primary sport reporting to the Director for Sports Medicine. This full-time, 12-month position will be expected to: • Assist in the development of an overall sports medicine program for the football program to include injury prevention programs, injury management, injury treatment, and rehabilitation and educational programs for football student-athletes. • Maintain all medical records and injury reports on student-athletes. • Provide athletic training services for the University’s athletic department, with the primary responsibility of Football and other sports assigned by the Director of Sports Medicine. • Work with physicians and other allied health professionals to deliver care to student-athletes • Assist with the overall administration of the Sports Medicine Department • Other duties as assigned
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.
Information Systems/Business Analyst II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Graduation Analyst: 1. Utilize the BANNER system to its fullest potential to perform graduation clearance, prepare program order, code and process applications, process course waivers and substitutions and collect data. 2. Analyze and maintain statistical data, graduation data, and academic program changes and updates for updating Academy One files. 3. Oversee the completion of building the On-line Application for Graduation. Update WEB each semester as required. Manage the Banner CAPP Degree Audit Program, review and analyze program requirements to build and add updates to CAPP. 4. Train faculty, advisors and selected staff members on Banner-CAPP. 5. Assist in the preparation of Title III Time/Effort Reports and the Title III Annual Reports. 6. Process Change of Major forms for all students. 7. Provide degree evaluation to the Registrar upon request to determine % of degree requirements for student athletes. 8. Ensure timely processing of open/regular requisitions for certificates, diplomas, diploma covers, honor accessories and etc.
Dean of College of Business and Information System Administration – Orangeburg, SC
SC State University. The Deans provide leadership in formulating educational policy, including curriculum development and delivery, and serve as their faculty members' agents in the execution of such policy. College Deans hold faculty rank and engage in faculty's research and service functions. In addition to supervising all department chairs within the college, the dean also performs the following critical activities: Provides leadership in the planning, direction, and development of the School and its various academic departments; promotes the School through financial assistance in fund-raising, and/or grant writing; maintains operational procedures, rules, and standards relating to faculty and staff classification standards and the standards of accrediting bodies; promotes College-wide efforts to achieve those appropriate performance indicators specified by various accrediting bodies and the SC Commission on Higher Education; promotes sponsored research and other professional activities of the faculty; supervises and conducts regular meetings with chairpersons in the performance of their duties. (Continued under job duties below)

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