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Construction Project Manager II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
South Carolina State University is seeking a Construction Manager with similar values who can put their expertise to work on various campus building initiatives. This person will work under the direction of the AVP of Facilities and will oversee multiple projects simultaneously. The selected candidate will serve as the worksite representative for dealings with contractors, campus end users, the Office of State Engineer, and inspectors. The construction manager will ensure compliance with all applicable regulations and codes and will provide progress updates to appropriate management channels regularly. With every project, the construction manager will be counted on to keep projects on time and within budget. Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Evaluate and assess existing building conditions within the Agency to assist in the prioritization, budgeting, and scheduling of upcoming capital projects.  Prioritizes and develops a Comprehensive Permanent Improvement Plan (CPIP) and is responsible for quality, schedule, and cost control. Manages project budgets, and approves payments to contractors and designers. Coordinates internal engineering review of schematic designs and construction drawings provided by outside consultants for conformance with operational needs and local, state, and federal codes and professional standards. Represents the University’s interests at construction progress meetings, conferences, and inspections. Reviews, negotiates, and approves change orders during construction as appropriate. Conducts final inspections along with designers, and recommends acceptance for occupancy. Conducts post-occupancy evaluations and resolves issues through warranty considerations. Provides comprehensive guidance to customers in the procurement of professional design services and construction services as expeditiously as possible, in a manner best suited to their needs, and full compliance with the Consolidated Procurement Code. Monitors state projects during construction to ensure the work complies with the building codes by reviewing inspection reports submitted by inspectors for notations of deficiencies and corrective action taken on deficiencies. Minimum Requirements for Entry into Position: A bachelor’s degree in construction management, Engineering, or Architecture with related experience. Five or more years of experience in managing new construction and remodeling projects. Preferred Requirements for Entry into Position: • Professional certification, such as CCM (certified construction manager), AC (associate constructor), or CPC (certified professional constructor) • Working knowledge of green building practices • OSE experience • Ability to communicate in more than one language Fed Category: E2                                                                                                                              Pay Band: 08 SC State is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Law Enforcement Officer II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• Patrols assigned areas to prevent crime and detect violations of law. Responds to complaints, reports of violations, and requests for assistance. • Issues warnings and citations to violators. Apprehends and arrests violators. • Investigate community and traffic accidents. Directs traffic and controls crowds. • 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. • Provides guidance and on-the-job training to other law enforcement personnel.
Law Enforcement Officer II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
• Patrols assigned areas to prevent crime and detect violations of law. Responds to complaints, reports of violations, and requests for assistance. • Issues warnings and citations to violators. Apprehends and arrests violators. • Investigate community and traffic accidents. Directs traffic and controls crowds. • 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. • Provides guidance and on-the-job training to other law enforcement personnel.
Law Enforcement Officer II Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Patrols assigned areas to prevent crime and detect violations of law. Responds to complaints, reports of violations, and requests for assistance. Issues warnings and citations to violators. Apprehends and arrests violators. Investigates hunting, boating, and/or traffic accidents. Directs traffic and controls crowds. 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. Provides guidance and on-the-job training to other law enforcement personnel. Serves as a first-line supervisor of other public safety personnel.
Associate Vice President Administration – Orangeburg, SC
South Carolina State University is seeking an experienced, inspiring, and mission-driven leader to serve as Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement (AVP) for (IA). Under the leadership of Col (Ret) Alexander Conyers, SC State’s 13th president, the University has set goals for SC State to build a best-practices advancement operation in anticipation of entering the planning stages of the University’s inaugural comprehensive fundraising campaign. As a senior leader for Institutional Advancement, the AVP will have the opportunity to build and inspire a major gifts team that can capitalize on the relatively untapped philanthropic potential of alumni, friends, and corporate partners. The AVP role offers the successful candidate an incredible leadership opportunity at a critical time in South Carolina State University’s history. The IA team is planning for substantial growth, including plans to add 4 new fundraising positions over the next two years. The AVP will build and grow a dynamic and innovative major gift fundraising team by hiring, training, and coaching a team of major gift fundraisers.
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
Marketing Manager Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Marketing Manager will report directly to the Director of Marketing with limited supervision. Manage the strategic marketing and communication functions of Enrollment Management, External Affairs, and Communications; oversees the production of all Enrollment Management marketing including, but not limited to, web site, publications, brochures, videos, social media communications, and e-newsletters; direct and/or writes the content of public relations and marketing messages, publications, and program materials to ensure brand consistency; manages and/or supervises designers and contributors in support of production efforts; manages relationships with vendors and suppliers; develops and implements communication plans to support the university brand and strategic mission; defines key goals and objectives for positioning the university and its programs; identifies and employs existing and emerging channels for targeted communication; Manage the marketing, advertising, underwriting and promotional activities of Student Media. Provides primary administrative and research support for all sales and marketing activities.
System Analyst Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The Nuclear Engineering Program (NEP) at South Carolina State University is seeking a Systems Analyst who will be in charge of its Radiation Laboratory (RL) among other responsibilities.
Assistant Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Some of the courses the successful candidate will be expected to teach include but are not limited to Design of Machine Elements, Applied Thermodynamics, Basic CAD, Computer-Aided Drafting, Engineering Materials, Microcomputer Applications, Rapid Prototyping, Manufacturing Processes, and Automation, Traditional Machine Tools as well as CNC Machine Tools, Fluid Mechanics, Senior Project Proposal as well as Capstone Senior Project Course and more. Other duties include Student advisement, committee assignment, performing research, and other scholarly activities through solicitation of externally funded grants in support of the mission of the University.
Associate Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Responsibilities: Some of the courses the successful candidate will be expected to teach include but are not limited to statistics, Strength and Materials, Dynamics, Special Topics, Kinematics and Machine Design, Introduction to Engineering Technology, Engineering computing, Technical Communications, and more. Other duties include Student advisement, committee assignment, performing research, and other scholarly activities through solicitation of externally funded grants in support of the mission of the University.
Assistant Professor Administration – Orangeburg, SC
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Neurogenic communication disorders, Research, Adult Language, and Diagnostics; supervise student clinical practicum; advise undergraduate and graduate students; contribute to the accomplishment of Program and College goals (strategic plan)
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Administration – Orangeburg, SC
The applicant should possess a strong background in Fire Protection Engineering. The faculty member appointed to this position will be responsible for teaching a comprehensive range of core undergraduate courses in Fire Protection Engineering. These courses may include Life Safety Analysis (Introduction and Advanced), Fire Protection Fluid Mechanics, Smoke Management and Fire Alarm Systems, Water-Based Fire Protection System Design, Structural Fire Protection, Advanced Fire Suppression, Fire Dynamics, Fire-Informed Performance-Based Design, Fire Assessment Methods Lab and Proposal, as well as Fire Assessment Methods and Capstone. Furthermore, the applicant will contribute to the development of laboratories for this new concentration within the civil engineering curriculum. Additionally, the applicant may be required to assist the engineering department in offering basic engineering courses including but not limited to statics, land surveying, strength of materials, CAD drawing, and engineering ethics. Effective teaching, scholarly activities, and service to the University are required for retention, promotion, and tenure
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.
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.
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.
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

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