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General Counsel Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The General Counsel will represent the University on all legal affairs and provide legal advice, guidance, and assistance to the University. Representation includes the successful defense of claims brought against the University and management of the University's risks of exposure for potential liability. The General Counsel will provide legal advice in all aspects of general corporate and employment matters and general student matters. The General Counsel will serve as chief legal advisor to the President on issues related to the University, providing recommendations, advice, and input consistent with best practices, the strategic plan, and the University's mission. Prepares and reviews all legal documents related to the business of the University. Provides advice and counsel regarding labor and employment issues and employee relations matters, including performance and disciplinary issues, ensuring lawful employment practices and adherence to EEO/Affirmative Action policies and State Human Resources Regulations. Assists in the administration of employee terminations and any subsequent grievance, administrative appeal, and or litigation. Oversees all litigation involving South Carolina State University. Attends all trials and hearings for matters involving the University. Attends depositions, witness preparations, and reviews discovery production, as feasible, with outside counsel. Manages outside counsel. Coordinates with the State Insurance Reserve Fund on coverage and case management. Provides supervision and oversight for the Office of Equal Opportunity, which investigates employee complaints, and all allegations of discrimination, including Title IX matters. Assumes responsibility for responding to investigations by state and federal agencies, including the SC Human Affairs Commission, the Equal Employment Office, and the Office of Civil Rights.
Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Candidate will be required to assist the Head Men's Basketball Coach with the day-to-day operations of the Men's Basketball program activities such as scheduling practices, competition, and game preparation. He or she will be responsible for monitoring the academic progress and retention of student-athletes and assist to maintain the team at an acceptable Academic Progress Report level on the scale provided by the NCAA. The candidate will assist the head coach in recruiting the best and most talented athletes available and will be responsible for properly documenting all recruiting activities. He or she must assist in monitoring the non-academic activities of student-athletes, to encourage greater personal growth and provide student-athletes with opportunities for life after athletics through academics, and must perform all other duties as assigned.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement Administration – Orangeburg, SC
South Carolina State University is currently seeking an experienced leader to join the President's cabinet as the Vice President for Institutional Advancement. The Vice President for Institutional Advancement is the chief development officer for the University and provides leadership for securing the public and private support essential to fulfill the University's mission. The Vice President provides strategic direction, vision, and management of the University's overall institutional advancement efforts, including annual fund-raising programs, major capital campaigns, and university development activities. The Vice President is responsible for the management of all fund-raising endeavors, and actively collaborates with the President and the University Foundation to define and implement an overarching advancement strategy. In accomplishing these goals, the Vice President develops and maintains relationships with alumni, donors, potential donors, and the community at large. In addition, this position works closely with University Relations and External Affairs and Faculty and Staff. The Vice President serves at- will and at the discretion of the President. A proven track record of leading a major gifts campaign is highly preferred.
Registered Nurse Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Provide direct care, education, and counseling, and coordinate on/off campus services for our targeted population. Supervises and instructs paraprofessional clinical/administrative support staff. ➢ Perform and document quality and appropriate health assessment and nursing care to students and the university community. ➢ Provide age-appropriate health education and counseling to students (young adults and non-traditional), individually and/or in a group setting. ➢ Perform and interpret basic laboratory tests, e.g. urinalysis, blood sugar, pregnancy, and other CLIA waive tests as well as participate in proficiency program. ➢ Work with inter/intra agency resources to provide continuity of care/service. Provide appropriate follow-up as indicated. ➢ Work with support staff to carry out established procedures and policies. ➢ Discusses patient's progress and needs with physicians, and staff; assists them with examinations and treatment. ➢ Promotes health and wellness for the prevention and reduction/control of diseases and health problems. ➢ Assist with program planning, development of policies and procedures, ➢ Plan, implement and evaluate students’ care plans. ➢ Communicate and collaborate with others ➢ Maintain and ensure inventory of appropriate medications, and supplies are readily available ➢ Maintain student confidentiality
Licensed Practical Nurse Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Under general supervision of the Administrative/Clinical Director and professional nurse (RN), assist in providing health care services to a targeted population at South Carolina State University and outreach sites on/off campus. ➢ Perform and document quality and appropriate health assessment and nursing care to students and the university community. ➢ Provide age-appropriate health education and counseling to students (young adults and non-traditional), individually and/or in a group setting ➢ Perform and interpret basic laboratory tests, e.g. urinalysis, blood sugar, pregnancy, and other CLIA waive test, and participate in proficiency program. ➢ Ability to make assess and report appropriate medical and physical ➢ Document history, observation, etc., via electronic health record system ➢ Work with inter/intra agency resources to provide continuity of care/service. ➢ Provide appropriate follow-up as indicated. ➢ Work with staff to carry out established procedures and policies. ➢ Discusses patient's progress and needs with physicians and registered nurses; assists them with examinations and treatment. ➢ Communicates, cooperative and collaborates with staff and students ➢ Maintain student confidentiality
Executive Director of Enrollment Management Technology Administration – Orangeburg, SC
This position is an integral member of the enrollment management leadership team and reports to the Vice President for Enrollment Management & Transformation Officer. The Executive Director of Enrollment Management Technology will be a leader within the Division, responsible for a comprehensive workflow and enrollment management operation, across all units associated with the enrollment process, with a commitment to superior internal and external communications and ongoing efficiencies and effectiveness, applying a high degree of organization and attention to detail. The Executive Director of Enrollment Management Technology will develop processes and training manuals, and manage enrollment data, communications flows, and operations through SLATE, the university’s customer relationship management (CRM) tool, and BANNER. The successful candidate will be a strategic thinker who can design technology-supported solutions to implement admissions, recruitment, and financial aid strategies, develop/revise related policies and procedure
Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management/Transformation Lead Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Assistant Vice President for Enrollment/Transformation Lead will serve as the executive leader of the entire transformation effort, presiding over and ensuring the execution of all transformation initiatives. The Assistant Vice President for Enrollment/Transformation Lead will be supported by initiative owners and will carry the mandate of the President to make decisions. The occupant of this role will exemplify forward progress, maintain stakeholders’ accountability, and manage the communications of all transformation efforts, internally and externally. • Drives success of the transformation by working hand in hand with functional leads and initiative owners– to remove any barriers so that they can execute • Help ensure the success of the campus leaders and alignment with them to ensure that the transformation is focusing on the right priorities • Ensure that all the agreed-upon initiatives are getting completed on time, on budget, and the impact is being realized • Manage resources to ensure that sufficient support to drive the initiatives • Ensure the execution of initiatives and when issues or delays arise will identify root causes and problem-solve potential solutions to get implementation back on track • Design and lead the Transformation Office and influence/adjust the overall transformation effort and individual function efforts • Driving process of holding people accountable on a weekly basis to deliver on the plan. Be front and center on driving accountability • Communicate progress weekly to internal stakeholders and ad hoc communications to external stakeholders • Challenges conventional wisdom around what is possible & inspires functional-level progress • Help break through barriers, remove obstacles, and escalate to leadership when needed • Identify, mitigate, and address risks • Provides leadership and management oversight to the Enrollment Management Units: Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid.
Admissions Operations Technology Assistant Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• Assist in routine maintenance of the CRM (Slate Technolutions.) • Learn to develop CRM (Slate) automation, report writing, query building, import creation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of systems/platforms. • Assist in appropriate quality control for accurately delivering business operations and processes. • Assist in processes for data importing, data integrity, application management, project management, and quality control. • Provide tech and Slate support for current staff. • Plan for and lead the implementation of all new Slate components that position the university to stay up-to-date with recruitment and maximize the utilization of Slate. • Assist in creating/updating queries and reports used by staff that support the daily functions of the Admission & Financial Aid Offices and provide for weekly, monthly, and annual benchmarking. • Extract data as needed for reports and research by leadership within the Admission and Financial Aid Offices as well as other areas of the university. • Assist in creating and managing Slate communication campaigns, mailers, interactions, workflows, and related Slate properties to achieve enrollment goals. • Act as a resource for all PC staff when dealing with Slate issues and correcting problems • Perform data clean-up and other tasks that keep Slate running effectively and provide the data necessary for recruitment and reporting on a weekly basis. • Monitor and test messages to ensure effectiveness and work with the Executive Director of Enrollment Technology to implement changes to strategy to produce improved results throughout the recruiting cycle. • Assist with analytical data reviews for web pages, e-mail, mail campaigns, FAFSA Frenzies, Admissions and Student Success incoming student events, and campus tours. • Assist in creating campaigns for admissions social media channels including but not limited to Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, YouTube, etc. Assist in the creation of print collaterals
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.
Women's Basketball Assistant Coach-Assistant Recruiting Coordinator Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Second Assistant/Assistant Coach- Assistant Recruiting Coordinator Overall Scope: Assist with preparing women's basketball student-athletes for personal, academic and athletic excellence which in turn translates to team & program success. Responsible for adhering to all Department and University policies and procedures, as well as the rules, regulations, bylaws and interpretations of the MEAC Conference and NCAA. Continue to help foster and enhance relationships within the South Carolina State Athletic Department, University, and surrounding communities. Assistant Recruiting Coordinator: · Establish a working list of top recruits in addition to a position-specific list. · Call, text, e-mail, post and write prospects and coaches; record all recruiting action. Knowledge and compliance to NCAA rules and regulations required. · Maintain a large recruiting database of prospective student-athletes, high school and AAU coaches, with an emphasis placed on updating information and creating reports specific to the needs of the coaching staff. · Adept at utilizing social media, familiar with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat etc. and being able to effectively implement and/post ideas to aid in the recruiting process. · Attend high school and club basketball games during the season, visit high schools to meet with recruits, call and write players and record recruiting “in person days”. Coaching/ Player Development Responsibilities: · Coach assigned basketball focus/position. · Assist in developing, teaching and instructing the student-athletes in the proper basketball skills & techniques, during practice, competition & conditioning sessions.
Student Services Manager I Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Description of Duties and Responsibilities: • 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, and 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.
Dean of the College of Agriculture, Family, and Consumer Sciences Administration – Orangeburg, SC
South Carolina State University (SCSU) invites nominations and letters of interest for the position of Dean of the College of Agriculture, Family, and Consumer Sciences (CAFCS). The CAFCS is newly established, and the successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop relevant academic programs in the discipline, hire personnel, and attract research funding to augment the proposed growth. SCSU is an 1890 land-grant university committed to excellence in research, teaching, extension (outreach and public engagement), and international programs. The University seeks a visionary leader dedicated to enhancing and strengthening its land-grant mission and advancing the University’s commitment to excellence. The Dean reports to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and has the primary responsibility for strategic direction, faculty (as guided by the SCSU Faculty Handbook) and staff development, budgetary oversight, and planning, academic and curricular issues, fundraising, facilities maintenance, and development. The responsibilities of the Dean are also guided by the SCSU Faculty Handbook as one of the degree-granting colleges.. The Dean will be pivotal in strengthening the University as a national and international leader in areas related to crop and animal agriculture, family and consumer sciences issues and trends, economic development, environment and natural resources, human nutrition, food production and processing, human development and ecology, and global issues in the area of technology and communications, among other areas. The Dean will provide leadership for building and enhancing key partnerships locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. The successful candidate will advocate for the 1890 land-grant mission of teaching, research, and extension with external partners and stakeholders.
Athletics Coach Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Responsible for supervision of defensive staff and defensive student athletes Responsible for evaluation and recruitment of defensive student-athletes and defensive staff. Responsible for organization and preparation of defensive tactics, strategies, game planning, call sequencing, play calling, defensive schemes, and personnel decisions. Responsible for developing defensive goals in accordance with team goals, motivation, evaluation, and systematic monitoring. Responsible for defensive video quality control and ensuring all self and scout data is processed and completed in a quality timely manner. Responsible for representing SCSU football at various camps, clinics, and speaking engagements as assigned by the Head Football Coach. Responsible for personal and educational development, social and community behavior, ethics, and sportsmanship of assigned athletes. Responsible for academic success of student athletics by ensuring students remain in good academic standing and advising to work with their academic advisor. Develops and implements programs that teach and perfect desired performance; assists in fundamental skill development, instruction of schemes and unit concepts. Coordinates evaluation of performance regarding all defensive aspects of video editing. Provides communication, sideline and halftime adjustments. Follow directives and request of contributions as assigned by the Head Football Coach.
Program Coordinator I/ Academic Technology Specialist Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Works both independently and as part of a team to provide administrative, technical, and functional end-user support for academic technologies. a. Oversee the day-to-day operation of academic technologies including the Learning Management System (LMS). b. Provide training for new and existing faculty on the use of academic technologies. c. Develop training materials and resources that provide detailed instructions on the use of academic technologies. d. Monitor applications to ensure that automated processes are successful and correct any issues or errors that arise. e. Troubleshoot Learning Management System issues and provide solutions as soon as possible. f. Communicate with Learning Management System hosting support team to plan, coordinate and schedule system upgrades and updates to assure all systems remain current with the latest software. g. Respond to support requests from students and faculty regarding Learning Management System and other academic technologies. h. Submit requests for support to LMS and other Instructional Technology equipment hosting services and follow through to ensure all issues are resolved. i. Communicate with Registrar’s Office to ensure all official courses are imported into the LMS. j. Create and restore course shells per request from faculty and administrators. k. Ensure that old courses and users are purged as scheduled. l. Oversee the Blackboard Student Lab
Assistant Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Research, Diagnostics, and seminars in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology; supervise student clinical practicum; advise undergraduate and graduate students; contribute to the accomplishment of Program and College goals (strategic plan).
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.
LEO 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.
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.
Assistant Professor of Health Physics Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The candidate will teach undergraduate courses for the radiation concentrations for the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Physics at South Carolina State University on the main campus is located in Orangeburg, South Carolina. These courses will be both in-person and online courses. In addition, the candidate will be expected to advise and recruit students, develop and improve programs, develop and administer online courses, conduct scholarly research, and participate in committee assignments.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science/Cybersecurity Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Computer Science and Mathematics Department within the College of Science, Technology, Mathematics, Engineering, and Transportation (CSTEMT) invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track teaching appointment at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science/Cybersecurity 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.

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