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Navy College Program for Afloat College (NCPACE) Clerk - NORFOLK, VA

(Support Staff)

POSITION: Exempt – Support Staff

INTERNAL JOB TITLE: NCPACE Clerk II

EXEMPT STATUS: Non Exempt

REPORTS TO: Local Site Director

DEPARTMENT(S): Military Education Program

DIVISION/AREA: Extended Studies

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Provide full range of academic and administrative support for Vincennes University and the Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) program located in Norfolk, VA.

Minimum Qualifications: Proficient in Windows 7/8 environment, Internet applications, Microsoft Office. HS diploma.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Help to maintain a highly efficient and organized office environment, to include but not limited to: providing accurate information on phone, via email, and in person to the public; maintaining confidentiality in the work environment; helping to create and maintain files and systems of organization both electronically and via hard copy; basic computing; meeting deadlines associated with the academic calendar and University policies.

• Evaluate and articulate data accurately concerning students, faculty and administrators.

• Apply an accurate knowledge of a wide range of University courses utilized in over 28 programs, and academic standards and requirements to benefit students and the University.

• Develop degree plans for deployed and deployable military service members using critical thinking skills and working independently.

• Travel as necessary to the educational sites supporting VU programs/outreach.

• Manage office duties related to NCPACE contracts.

• Assist the director in marketing and promoting VU MEP and/or Distance Education and the NCPACE Program.

• Provide cross-training to other employees of VU MEP.

• Other duties as assigned by the Director.

Responsibilities:

• Data entry, prepare correspondence, answer phones, and perform general office duties as assigned

• Perform various clerical and routine accounting tasks in support of site operations

• Handle incoming mail and other material

• Set up and maintain filing systems

• Collate written information and distribute as directed

• Procure and maintain required office supplies

• Track student registrations, tuition payments, for both local and distance education site enrollments

• Maintain instructional supplies inventory to include textbooks, consumables and non-consumable assets

• Provide daily executive overview reports to the site director as required

• Provide administrative support for Directors and Advisors

• Maintain a highly efficient and organized office environment

• Other duties as assigned by the Director

Position Requirements:

• Experience in busy office environment, multitasking

• Ability to maintain orderly work environment, overall excellent organizational skills

• Experience working with diverse clientele

• Proficient in Windows 7 environment, Internet applications, Microsoft Office Suite

• Ability to learn and proficiently apply a variety of computer applications specific to the work environment

• Quick learner, ability to mentally organize, create solutions “on the spot” as well as long-term

• Neat & clean in appearance.

• Friendly, outgoing, respectful attitude

• Ability to be punctual, good work attendance, meet deadlines

Physical Demands:

Normal physical demands for successful work in a normal office environment.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Deadline for first consideration is July 11, 2016. Final deadline is July 18, 2016. Interviews may be held concurrently with the application period.

Vincennes University is committed to diversity in the college community

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Recruiter / Advisor (Non-Exempt)

(Support Staff)

Vincennes University’s College of Technology is looking for an exceptional individual with both interpersonal and organizational skills to serve as a Technology Recruiter and Advisor, primarily maintaining an Indiana and Southern Illinois territory.

Responsibilities:

• Represent and promote Vincennes University and the College of Technology at high schools, college fairs, career centers, and other Recruiting or Technology events

• Work with a wide variety of Technical Professionals in the College of Technology

• Meet with prospective students and families to discuss benefits of attending VU, degree program counseling, the financial aid process, and admissions policies

• Participate in on-campus Technology activities and recruiting events

• Maintain prospective student information in a communications database

• Arrange group visits and give College of Technology and campus tours as needed

• Maintain relationships with territory contacts and prospective students

• Organize and facilitate special project(s) as assigned

• Requires seasonal overnight travel and some weekends

Required Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree required or Associates Degree in Technology with at least three years of professional experience in marketing and/or academic advising

• Exemplary written and verbal communication skills

• Ability to communicate with secondary and postsecondary students

• Good working knowledge of computers, Microsoft Office, electronic office equipment

• Excellent problem-solving and critical thinking skills

• Preference will be given to individuals with a marketing-sales or technology background

• Valid driver’s license, must have ability to be approved to drive VU vehicles

• Availability to work some evenings and weekends as needed

• Ability to lift 25 pounds

Preferred skills:

• Technology, marketing or sales experience

• Ability to Update the Technology Website

• Knowledge of a wide variety of Technology careers

• Knowledge of Vincennes University and its mission

• Outstanding customer service

• Ability to work with diverse population

• The successful applicant must function comfortably in a team structure

• Have the self-motivation to work autonomously on assigned projects

• Must be comfortable speaking before small and large groups

Vincennes University is committed to diversity in the college community.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, college transcripts (unofficial acceptable initially), and three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Screening of applications and interviews may be conducted concurrently with the application period. Deadline for application is July 15,2016. Applications received prior to July 8, 2016 will be given first consideration.

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Part Time Professional Tutor

(Support Staff)

Title: Part-time Professional Tutor

Position: Non - Exempt Staff

Reports to: Director of COPE Student Support Services

Department: COPE Student Support Services

Division/Area: Student Services

Primary Function: Student Support Services is a federally funded TRIO program which provides academic assistance and non-cognitive strategies to qualifying college students in all aspects of the college experience, with a goal to assist with retention, graduation, and transfer to four-year degree programs.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s preferred in education, math, or science

• Ability to work with underrepresented students (i.e., diverse culture, ethnic, and economical background, students with disabilities)

Experience:

• Work experience providing educational services to underrepresented populations

• Oral and written communication

• Proficient with non-cognitive and academic strategies

Responsibilities:

• Competency in tutoring subjects

• Attends tutor orientation and training

• Documents the tutoring sessions in the student’s tutoring file

• Monitors and assesses the student’s progress in classes

• Reports no-shows for tutoring to SSS Educational Coaches and Director

• Documents bi-weekly timesheets

• Maintains FERPA, HIPAA

• Work as a collaborative team member

• Reports to the SSS Director

Work Hours will vary dependent upon Professional Tutor’s schedule. The Open Tutoring Labs are available to students Monday through Friday between 8 am and 5 pm.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Deadline for application is July 15, 2016. Applications received prior to July 8, 2016 will be given first consideration. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

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Vincennes University Police Officer

(Support Staff)

BASIC FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY

To provide security and law enforcement protection over persons and university buildings and/or property in and around the university community, by enforcing the rules and regulations of Vincennes University, ordinances of the city of Vincennes, state statutes of the state of Indiana, and the U.S. Codes of the United States of America.

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Provides security and law enforcement protective services to the university community by various patrol methods.

• Respond to emergencies by assessing the situation, employing tact, diplomacy, and individual judgment to remedy and/or maintain control. Some situations may require the officer to provide onsite leadership/supervision over less experienced officer(s).

• Deter, restrain, refer, and/or arrest individual(s) attempting to inflict harm to themselves or others or to commit a criminal offense.

• Conduct assigned criminal investigations or special projects as required.

• Provide security missions as requested by senior departmental administrative personnel.

• Maintain, monitor and possess the ability to use Vincennes University Police department communication equipment.

• May be required to appear in court to provide testimony regarding cases involving inclusive officer.

• Enforce traffic/parking rules/regulations of Vincennes University, ordinances of the city of Vincennes and the codes of the state of Indiana.

• Maintain professional development through in-service training, external classes, professional seminars, and literary readings.

• Conduct health, safety, and crime prevention presentations on behalf of the Vincennes University Police Department.

• Comply with rules/regulations governing confidentiality of information as lawfully dictated by Vincennes University and Vincennes University Police Department.

• Complete the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy within 12 months of the incumbent’s date of hire.

• Adhere to the rules/regulation of Vincennes University and Vincennes University Police Department; the constitution of Indiana; the Constitution of the United States of America.

• Provide other work-related duties as required by the Chief of Police.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Daily supervision and assignments are received from command staff personnel.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

Functional supervision is occasionally exercised over student safety officers and less experienced officers.

ENTRY LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS

• High School graduate

• 60 hours of post-secondary education (preferred)

• A minimum of 21 years of age

• Provide proof of U.S. citizenship

• Possess an Indiana Drivers License

• No felony/domestic violence conviction(s)

• Ability to bend and lift object over 25 pounds

• Must be able to work rotating shifts

• Sufficient oral and written communication skills to effectively speak with clients and prepare job related documentation

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and information for three references to: Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period. AA/EOE

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Secretary - College of Social Science, Performing Arts & Communication

(Support Staff)

Position: Secretary (Support Staff)

Status: Non-exempt

Position Summary

The College of Social Science, Performing Arts, and Communication at Vincennes University is seeking applicants for a College Secretary. This is a full-time support staff position reporting to the Dean of the College.

Job Requirements/Experience

• Minimum of an Associate’s Degree

• Minimum of two year’s experience in a secretarial field

Skills/Abilities

• Excellent oral and written communication

• Ability to work cooperatively in a team environment and with a diverse population

• Ability to prioritize, organize, and manage in a multi-task environment

• Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and various forms of technology

• Proficiency with Banner and Lotus Notes a plus

Primary Position Responsibilities

• Oversee main office of the Summers Social Science Building • Greet and interact effectively with a wide range of individuals including students, faculty, staff, parents, and visitors

• Answer telephone and forward calls to correct person/location

• Maintain well-organized system by receiving, sorting, and filing office documents in an established alphabetical, chronological, and/or numerical filing system

• Safeguard the confidentiality of college and departmental records

• Prepare forms such as purchase/requisitions, budget transfers, charge purchase, petty cash, payroll, membership/subscription, invoices, travel vouchers, and deposits

• Process receiving of purchases

• Schedule vehicle, room, and catering reservations

• Process work orders and report to maintenance any needs for building repairs (offices, classrooms, heating/cooling systems, etc.)

• Prepare all necessary forms for new hires (payroll documents, blue sheet, key request, etc.)

• Purchase and maintain supplies for office

• Write and proofread basic documents

• Input bi-weekly reports into Kronos system for staff and student workers

• Maintain work room equipment - send monthly report for office copy machine, stock supplies, and arrange repairs

• Input courses and classroom schedules using Banner system

• Maintain documents/files for lab fees, book orders, course substitutions, grade changes, petitions to graduate, and other academic forms

• Process and maintain curriculum changes and load reports

• Assist with advisor assignments and major changes

• Provide support to faculty and students during START VU and various registration, retention, and recruitment activities

• Maintain file of faculty syllabi and final exams

• Complete minutes for meetings and schedule meetings for faculty/staff

• Distribute incoming correspondence/materials to appropriate faculty/staff

• Complete other duties as associated with maintaining an academic and professional office

VU's Promise • A focus on premier learning and successful educational experiences for our students

• Cultural opportunities and community services in a diverse, student-centered, collegiate atmosphere

• Professional work environment

• Talented and committed coworkers

• Competitive compensation and benefits plan

Required Documents

• Letter of application and resume

• Copies of transcripts verifying educational degree (official transcripts required upon offer of employment)

• Three letters of reference

Submit Required Documentation:

Vincennes University Office of Human Resources 1002 N. First Street Vincennes, IN 47591 or via email: jobs@vinu.edu

Deadline/Consideration

Applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled, but those received after July 5, 2016 will not be guaranteed consideration. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

Prerequisite(s)

This position requires a satisfactory criminal history background check.

Vincennes University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and Educator.

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Human Resources Clerk III

(Support Staff)

Position: Support Staff

Job Title: Clerk III / Receptionist

Exempt Status: Non-Exempt

Reports to: Director of Human Resources

Department: Human Resources

Division/College: Financial Services

Primary Function:

Responsible for assisting the Director of Human Resources, including assistance to HR staff as needed. Receive visitors and those who contact Human Resources.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Greet all visitors to the Human Resources office, answering questions and directing them to appropriate HR department staff member. Maintain a professional approach when receiving complaints and concerns

• Manage application process: Prepare/advertise position announcements, verify completeness of application materials, record receipt of applications, forward applications to appropriate hiring supervisor, ensure completion/return of Affirmative Action Forms by applicants; complete Affirmative Action Reports

• Assist in guiding job applicants through appropriate paperwork. Provide answers to questions regarding posted jobs

• Process background checks

• Assist with New Employee Orientation

• Assist with Family and Medical Leave processing and tracking

• Maintain office supplies/office equipment

Skills and Knowledge:

• Typing skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, Windows 7 environment and internet applications required

• Must have excellent written skills and be proficient in general business administration formats

• Verbal communication skills both in person and on the phone are required

• Ability to multi-task

• Capable of working in a diverse environment

• Exceptional organizational skills

• Ability to work independently and make sound judgments

• Ability to be punctual; practice good attendance

• Friendly, outgoing, respectful disposition

Minimum Qualifications:

• Associate Degree preferred, high school diploma required. Proficiency in Banner software desired but not required

• Three to five years office experience preferred

Physical Demands:

Frequent walking, standing, stooping, bending, and reaching. Occasional lifting and moving of moderate to heavy objects. Repetitive hand motions; prolonged use of computer. Work with frequent interruptions, maintain emotional control under stress.

Application Submission:

Interested persons should submit a cover letter and resume and contact information for three professional references to: Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or e-mail to jobs@vinu.edu. The deadline for application is June 30, 2016. First consideration will be given to applications received by June 20, 2016. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

AA/EOE

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Custodian - Physical Plant

(Support Staff)

Status: Full Time

Internal Job Title: Custodian

Exempt Status: Exempt

Department: Physical Plant

Division Area: Financial Services

Location: VU Main Campus

Primary Function:

The Custodian is responsible for the cleanliness and general maintenance for a section of a building, an entire building or numerous buildings as deemed necessary. Work shift will be at the discretion of the appropriate supervisor or Director. This person will assist in all areas as deemed necessary by the Dept. Supervisor or Director of Physical Plant.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):

• General cleaning of educational facilities, including conference rooms, offices, classrooms, labs, stairwells, etc

• Cleaning, sanitizing and servicing of restrooms

• Trash removal from work areas

• Daily maintenance of varied floor coverings, ie: tile, terrazzo, carpet; and cleaning of walls, furniture, glass, building entrances etc.

• Preventive maintenance of assigned custodial equipment

• Maintain security of the assigned job site, equipment, and supplies

• Read, understand and comply with Material Safety Data instructions and other related policies of the University

• May be required to provide leadership for or be assigned to, specialty crews during certain periods of the year, i.e. scrub crew, etc. Will assist as needed with landscaping/grounds, moving/setup, repair/renovation, or other duties

• May be designated as a “lead” custodian for large buildings/areas which require multiple custodial staff

• Willing to work weekends, holiday, snow removal crew, special assignments, assist with event set-up as needed

• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• Capability to safely operate motorized custodial equipment; i.e. automatic scrubber, buffer, carpet extractors, etc

• Maintain positive working relations and communications with co-workers, faculty, staff, students, and the general public

• The ability to perform regular custodial duties in all educational facilities, as well as in specialty areas

• Maintain good work ethic and attendance

• Understand and follow all safety procedures and use of safety equipment provided by the University

• Depending on assignment may be required to participate in weekend trash rotation and snow removal crew, carry a pager/cell phone and respond to pager/cell phone calls after hours or weekends. Will work in response to short-notice priority situations and work assignments as necessary

Requirements:

• Minimum of 1 year or equivalent of custodial experience

• Possess a high school diploma or G.E.D

• Possess and maintain a valid state driver’s license

Working Conditions/Physical Demands:

• Regular Attendance is required

• Standing, walking, bending, climbing, carrying, reaching, handling, use of hands to handle objects, tools or controls, 50% or more of the work day

• Occasionally lifting 50-100 pounds and over

• Must have adequate dexterity and able to work off ladders, stairs, and in hot/humid conditions

• Actual schedule contingent upon the needs of the department and Vincennes University

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Deadline for first consideration is June 21, 2016. Final deadline is June 28, 2016. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

Vincennes University is committed to diversity in the college community

AA/EOE

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Secretary I Military Education Program - Washington State

(Support Staff)

Position: Support Staff

Internal Job Title: MEP Secretary I-WA State

Exempt Status: Exempt

Reports to: MEP Director

Department: Military Education Program

Division/Area: Outreach and Engagement/ College of Extended Studies

Primary Function: Provide administrative and academic support for the MEP WA State Site locations

Minimum Qualifications: Proficient in Windows 7 environment, Internet applications, Microsoft Office Suite. HS Diploma

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Computer Skills - Typing skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office required. Proficiency in Banner software desired but not required.

• Communications - Must have excellent written skills and be proficient in general business administration formats. Verbal communication skills both in person and on the phone are required.

Responsibilities:

• Data entry, prepare correspondence, answer phones, and perform general office duties as assigned

• Perform various clerical and routine accounting tasks in support of site operations

• Handle incoming mail and other material

• Set up and maintain filing systems

• Collate written information and distribute as directed

• Procure and maintain required office supplies

• Track student registrations, tuition payments, for both local and distance education site enrollments

• Maintain instructional supplies inventory to include textbooks, consumables and non-consumable assets

• Provide daily executive overview reports to the site director as required

• Provide administrative support for Directors and Advisors

• Maintain a highly efficient and organized office environment

• Other duties as assigned by the Director

Policy Formation:

Follow applicable University academic, advising and administrative policies

Policy Interpretation:

University Manual, Business Office Policy, Assistant Vice President of Outreach and Engagement, College of Extended Studies.

Position Requirements:

• Experience working with military personnel

• Experience in busy office environment, multitasking

• Ability to maintain orderly work environment, overall excellent organizational skills

• Experience working with diverse clientele

• Proficient in Windows 7 environment, Internet applications, Microsoft Office Suite

• Ability to learn and proficiently apply a variety of computer applications specific to the work environment

• Quick learner, ability to mentally organize, create solutions “on the spot” as well as long-term

• Well-modulated voice, neat & clean in appearance.

• Friendly, outgoing, respectful attitude

• Ability to be punctual, good work attendance, meet deadlines

Physical Demands:

Normal physical demands for successful work in a normal office environment.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Deadline for first consideration is June 21, 2016. Final deadline is June 28, 2016. Interviews may be held concurrently with the application period.

Vincennes University is committed to diversity in the college community

AA/EOE

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Secretary I - Aviation Technology Center, Plainfield, IN

(Support Staff)

Internal Job Title: Secretary I

Department: Aviation Technology Center

Division/Area: College of Technology

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Reports to: Director of Aviation Technology Center

Primary Function:

Vincennes University’s Aviation Technology Center in Indianapolis, IN is looking for an outstanding individual with both organizational and interpersonal skills to serve as a Secretary I. This is a support staff, twelve-month position with benefits.

Responsibilities:

• Admissions process – Maintain web applications/original applications and send supporting documents to Registrar’s Office

• Report weekly application information to VU personnel

• Correspondence and problem solving as needed for staff, students, etc. (memos, e-mails, fax, phone, etc.)

• Data Entry - Input drop/add, grade change forms, grades, address changes, application info, etc.

• Initial Registration- (inputting if it can’t be done by instructors, etc.)

• Assign and Maintain advisors list

• Distribute class list/roster

• Assist with orientation/graduation as assigned

• Assist School Certifying Official with registration/attendance/billing for military students.

• Assist with end of course instructor assessments

• General office duties, such as organizing and keeping area and supplies neat

• Correspondence with students, e.g. letters of acceptance, advising dates, orientation, graduation, etc.

• Financial aid and student account issues; student reimbursements

• Maintain student files

• Assist with Library and Bookstore as needed

• Assist Aviation Director with course schedules, any issues and follow-ups, filing, etc.

• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: Minimum high school diploma or G.E.D.

Requirements/Skills:

• Must be able to maintain confidentiality

• Experience in a busy office environment

• Ability to multi-task, excellent communication skills

• Ability to interact with ATC Director, students, faculty, staff, etc.

• Proficiency in computer skills and software

• Professional appearance and manner are essential

• Accuracy and attention to detail a must

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Screening of applications and interviews may be conducted concurrently with the application period. Deadline for first consideration is June 30, 2016. Final deadline is July 14, 2016.

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

AA/EOE

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Workforce Development JAG Specialist - Rockville, IN

(Support Staff)

The JAG Specialist in Parke County/Rockville, IN is responsible for identifying, recruitment and instructing at-risk youth in achieving skills to be promoted to the next grade level, achieving graduation, and/or making a successful transition from school to a career with advancement opportunities. The employee is responsible for fully implementing the Job’s for America’s Graduates (JAG) model in an assigned school and achieving process standards and performance goals including the summer months. In addition to case load and performance goals the JAG Specialist is responsible for all data entry in the state JAG and TrackOne systems.

a) Provides appropriate curriculum and ensures students achieve specific JAG competencies though classroom instruction; teaches through a variety of methods including lecture, hands-on activities, and team teaching; tailors the program and teaching methods for the needs of each specific student, and implements an intervention strategy for each individual using and Individualized Development Plan.

b) Ensures an appropriate pool of students by directly recruiting student, and obtaining referrals from an in-school Advisory Committee consisting of school personnel; holds interviews with prospective candidates and those making referrals to determine, using JAG guidelines, the appropriateness of the prospective student for the program.

c) Administers testing programs including JAG pre/post test and career interest surveys.

d) Ensures positive perceptions of the JAG-Indiana within schools by developing and maintaining positive, effective working relationships with school personnel including teacher, administrators, student and members of the in-school Advisory Committee.

e) Advocates for the program and develops a pool of effective community support resources by working with local WorkOne offices, employers, parents, civic groups and legislators to build awareness of and support for the program; develops job opportunities, participates in public relation activities, attends meetings and speaks to various community groups..

f) Builds appreciation for teamwork, sense of belonging, and commitment to community service among JAG-Indiana students by organizing and serving as advisor to a JAG Career Association chapter; creates training opportunities through hands-on activities, file presentation, guest speakers, and workshops; assist with civic and social opportunities throughout the whole year.

g) Provides students with guidance, counseling and support within appropriate limits; refers students to additional support services on an as-needed basis, takes responsibility for learning and complying with school policies such as mandated reporting, discipline, attendance, and the like.

h) Ability to develop curriculum and educational opportunities consistent with the JAG model.

i) Working knowledge of basic computer applications and an Internet browser.

j) Insure confidentiality of client-staff relationship.

k) Attend meetings and in service training as required.

l) Perform related assignments as deemed necessary by the JAG/Youth Team Leader.

m) Monitor and document customer progress in TrackOne and State JAG system.

n) Be familiar with philosophy, goals, policies, procedures and regulations, and mission statement of the Regional Operator and Federal and State Governments and how they relate to and impact their job responsibilities.

o) Coordinate customer services including, but not exclusive to, assessments, training, workshops, career counseling, referrals and supportive services.

p) Educate the community regarding WorkOne services available in the community.

q) To work collectively as a team to assist the customer in meeting their training and skills improvement needs.

r) Other duties as assigned.

II. RESPONSIBILITIES OF JOB:

The JAG Specialist reports to the Operations Manager and receives general supervision and guidance as required. Job responsibilities are performed within the general policies of Vincennes University as defined by the University Manual, Workforce Development Services, Policy Letters, internal organizational charts, position descriptions, and verbal instructions. The individual exercises daily, independent non-routine decision making which demands initiative, management skills, sound judgement, and positive communication skills.

III. REQUIREMENTS OF JOB:

Bachelor’s Degree desired, Associate’s Degree or eight years experience in the area of employment and training programs, employer relations, social work, economic development or related fields. Individual must be detailed orientated and able to compile reports. Position requires a valid driver’s license and the ability to travel by both public transportation as well as private transportation including self-transportation.

IV. POLICY FORMULATION:

This position formulates no policy at the institutional or program level. This position may be called upon to recommend major policy changes at the program level to the Director of Workforce Development Services Region 7 following policy established at the program level or above.

  1. POLICY INTERPRETATION:

This position is called upon to interpret State, Federal, and University policy to staff, University administrators, students, and the general public.

VI. PERSONAL WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

This position must demonstrate excellent communication skills. This position has frequent contact with students, staff, University administrators, Workforce Development Services Region 7 county and administrative staff, representatives of public agencies, funding sources (public and private), and the general public.

VII. OTHER:

This position requires a thorough knowledge of WIA and all applicable rules and regulations as they apply to all programs operated through Vincennes University.

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Deadline for application is June 24, 2016. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

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Custodian

(Support Staff)

Custodian

Vincennes University is seeking applicants for Custodian. This is a full time support staff position with benefits.

Introduction:

The Custodian is responsible for the cleanliness and custodial maintenance for a section of a building, and entire building or numerous buildings as deemed necessary.

Work Performed

  1. General cleaning of educational facilities, including conference rooms, offices, classrooms, labs, stairwells, etc.

  2. Cleaning, sanitizing and servicing of restrooms.

  3. Trash removal from work areas.

  4. Daily maintenance of varied floor coverings, ie: tile, terrazzo, carpet; and cleaning of walls, furniture, glass, building entrances etc.

  5. Preventive maintenance of assigned custodial equipment.

  6. Maintain security of the assigned job site, equipment, and supplies.

  7. Read, understand and comply with Material Safety Data instructions and other related policies of the University.

  8. May be required to provide leadership for or be assigned to, specialty crews during certain periods of the year, i.e. scrub crew, etc. Will assist as needed with landscaping/grounds, moving/setup, repair/renovation, or other duties.

  9. May be designated as a “lead” custodian for large buildings/areas which require multiple custodial staff.

  10. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  1. Minimum of 1 year or equivalent of custodial experience.

  2. Possess a High School Diploma or G.E.D.

  3. Possess and maintain a valid state driver’s license.

  4. Capability to safely operate motorized custodial equipment; i.e. automatic scrubber, buffer, carpet extractors, etc.

  5. Maintain positive working relations and communications with co-workers, faculty, staff, students, and the general public.

  6. The ability to perform regular custodial duties in all educational facilities, as well as in specialty areas such as laboratories or Funeral Services

  7. Maintain good work ethics and attendance

  8. Willing to work weekends, holiday, snow removal crew, special assignments, assist with event set-up as needed.

  9. Understand and follow all safety procedures and use of safety equipment provided by the University.

  10. Provide instruction to assistants and assist with training of new co-workers.

  11. Depending on assignment may be required to participate in weekend trash rotation and snow removal crew, carry a pager/cell phone and respond to pager/cell phone calls after hours or weekends. Will work in response to short-notice priority situations and work assignments as necessary.

Working Conditions:

  1. Regular Attendance is required.

  2. Standing, bending, climbing, carrying, reaching, handling, use of fingers 50% or more of the work day.

  3. Occasionally lifting 50-100 pounds and over.

  4. Must have adequate dexterity and able to work off ladders, stairs, and in hot/humid conditions.

  5. Actual schedule contingent upon the needs of the department and Vincennes University.

This person will assist in all areas as deemed necessary by the Dept. Supervisor or Director of Physical Plant.

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Deadline is Friday, June 17, 2016. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

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Workforce Development JAG Specialist - Cloverdale, IN

(Support Staff)

DUTIES:

The JAG Specialist - Cloverdale/Putnum County Indiana is responsible for identifying, recruitment and instructing at-risk youth in achieving skills to be promoted to the next grade level, achieving graduation, and/or making a successful transition from school to a career with advancement opportunities. The employee is responsible for fully implementing the Job’s for America’s Graduates (JAG) model in an assigned school and achieving process standards and performance goals including the summer months. In addition to case load and performance goals the JAG Specialist is responsible for all data entry in the state JAG and TrackOne systems.

a) Provides appropriate curriculum and ensures students achieve specific JAG competencies though classroom instruction; teaches through a variety of methods including lecture, hands-on activities, and team teaching; tailors the program and teaching methods for the needs of each specific student, and implements an intervention strategy for each individual using and Individualized Development Plan.

b) Ensures an appropriate pool of students by directly recruiting student, and obtaining referrals from an in-school Advisory Committee consisting of school personnel; holds interviews with prospective candidates and those making referrals to determine, using JAG guidelines, the appropriateness of the prospective student for the program.

c) Administers testing programs including JAG pre/post test and career interest surveys.

d) Ensures positive perceptions of the JAG-Indiana within schools by developing and maintaining positive, effective working relationships with school personnel including teacher, administrators, student and members of the in-school Advisory Committee.

e) Advocates for the program and develops a pool of effective community support resources by working with local WorkOne offices, employers, parents, civic groups and legislators to build awareness of and support for the program; develops job opportunities, participates in public relation activities, attends meetings and speaks to various community groups..

f) Builds appreciation for teamwork, sense of belonging, and commitment to community service among JAG-Indiana students by organizing and serving as advisor to a JAG Career Association chapter; creates training opportunities through hands-on activities, file presentation, guest speakers, and workshops; assist with civic and social opportunities throughout the whole year.

g) Provides students with guidance, counseling and support within appropriate limits; refers students to additional support services on an as-needed basis, takes responsibility for learning and complying with school policies such as mandated reporting, discipline, attendance, and the like.

h) Ability to develop curriculum and educational opportunities consistent with the JAG model.

i) Working knowledge of basic computer applications and an Internet browser.

j) Insure confidentiality of client-staff relationship.

k) Attend meetings and in service training as required.

l) Perform related assignments as deemed necessary by the JAG/Youth Team Leader.

m) Monitor and document customer progress in TrackOne and State JAG system.

n) Be familiar with philosophy, goals, policies, procedures and regulations, and mission statement of the Regional Operator and Federal and State Governments and how they relate to and impact their job responsibilities.

o) Coordinate customer services including, but not exclusive to, assessments, training, workshops, career counseling, referrals and supportive services.

p) Educate the community regarding WorkOne services available in the community.

q) To work collectively as a team to assist the customer in meeting their training and skills improvement needs.

r) Other duties as assigned.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF JOB:

The JAG Specialist reports to the Operations Manager and receives general supervision and guidance as required. Job responsibilities are performed within the general policies of Vincennes University as defined by the University Manual, Workforce Development Services, Policy Letters, internal organizational charts, position descriptions, and verbal instructions. The individual exercises daily, independent non-routine decision making which demands initiative, management skills, sound judgement, and positive communication skills.

REQUIREMENTS OF JOB:

Bachelor’s Degree desired, Associate’s Degree or eight years experience in the area of employment and training programs, employer relations, social work, economic development or related fields. Individual must be detailed orientated and able to compile reports. Position requires a valid driver’s license and the ability to travel by both public transportation as well as private transportation including self-transportation.

POLICY FORMULATION:

This position formulates no policy at the institutional or program level. This position may be called upon to recommend major policy changes at the program level to the Director of Workforce Development Services Region 7 following policy established at the program level or above.

POLICY INTERPRETATION:

This position is called upon to interpret State, Federal, and University policy to staff, University administrators, students, and the general public.

PERSONAL WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

This position must demonstrate excellent communication skills. This position has frequent contact with students, staff, University administrators, Workforce Development Services Region 7 county and administrative staff, representatives of public agencies, funding sources (public and private), and the general public.

OTHER:

This position requires a thorough knowledge of WIA and all applicable rules and regulations as they apply to all programs operated through Vincennes University.

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Deadline for application is June 20, 2016. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

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News Director - WVUT-TV & WVUB-FM

(Support Staff)

Multimedia News Director WVUT-TV & WVUB-FM

SUMMARY

A full-time support staff position with benefits. Typical schedule is Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, subject to change. The News Director (ND) leads and manages the planning, production and presentation of news. The ND supervises the news department staff. The ND reports to the General Manager/Director of Operations and works in cooperation with station leadership and staff to support the stations’ missions.

The ND has responsibility and understanding of news planning, reporting, editing and production. The ND helps define and maintain ethical, editorial, artistic and technical standards for broadcast news programs. The ND assists with news programming decisions and news operations. The ND, as the station’s top news authority, is responsible for the journalistic integrity of all station platforms, including social media.

DUTIES

Editorial Planning, Scheduling, Editing (50%)

The ND directs the activities of the news staff to develop story ideas, track issues and events, select reporters for coverage, schedule stories for air, and schedule time for interviewing, writing and editing.

The ND serves as a primary editor to insure news reports are produced in an effective, timely and responsible manner.

The ND acts as a proactive liaison to various internal and external constituencies to advance the stations’ news programming. These may include the station programming and operations staffs.

The ND will represent the stations in regard to the Regional Journalism Center with Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations, of which WVUT and WVUB are active members.

The ND will make sure that news is being both utilized from the RJC and contributed to by our news staff.

In an effort to remain ahead of the curve with the changing media landscape, the ND will be charged in adapting the practices of the newsroom to take on updated technology and reporting methods.

Reporting and Anchoring (30%)

The ND is part of the news team and contributes content on a regular basis. The ND may need to anchor radio and TV newscasts, cover meetings and events, host talk/public affairs programs, appear as a program guest, and produce various spots, features or special programs.

Community Relations and Support (20%)

The ND seeks opportunities to promote public contact to help ascertain public needs and bolster station success. The ND participates in station events and fundraising activities as appropriate.

OTHER

The ND adheres to deadlines and makes timely and effective decisions in situations requiring prompt attention. The ND is the primary content manager during times of breaking news or local crisis.

QUALIFICATIONS

• A four-year degree in broadcast journalism — or equivalent — preferred

• Minimum three years full-time professional experience in broadcast journalism — preferably in a multi-platform (TV + Radio + Web) news environment

• Familiarity with public media news programming standards and values

• Successful candidate will possess broad knowledge of local and regional issues

• Must have ability to work within a live program environment

• Must have experience in broadcast production, news writing and editing

• Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills

• Must have excellent memory for details, be able to meet daily deadlines under stressful conditions and deal effectively multiple tasks simultaneously

• Preferred technical skills include:

o television news producing and reporting

o shooting video

o nonlinear editing

o proficient in advanced news writing software (which includes creating graphics)

o posting to (WordPress) website

o anchoring radio newscasts

o proficient knowledge of social media posting and best practices

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Deadline for application is July 17, 2016. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

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MEP Academic Advisor California

(Support Staff)

Academic Advisor- Military Education Program – San Diego, CA

Vincennes University is seeking applicants for Academic Advisor, Military Education Program. This is a part time, support staff position without benefits located in San Diego, CA.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Deliver a full range of academic advising services to all military students interested in enrolling in Vincennes University’s growing Military Education Program and or Distance Education Program offerings. The advising workload will include advising hundreds of students each term.

MINIMAL QUALIFCATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree required

Proficient in Windows XP environment, Internet applications, Microsoft Office 2000, Publisher.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Conduct formal advising sessions with current and prospective students while advising on major course of study, degree requirements, and appropriate course delivery method.

Interpret, apply, and abide by the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and parental confidentiality issues. Evaluate and articulate data accurately concerning students, faculty and administrators.

Apply an accurate knowledge of a wide range of University courses utilized in over 28 programs, and academic standards and requirements to benefit students and the University.

Develop degree plans for deployed and deployable military service members using critical thinking skills and working independently.

Coach, challenge and encourage learners through disruptive life events and obstacles through discussion of options to support student success.

Evaluate and interpret student’s military training and experience based on recommendations from the American Council on Education and apply credit to individual degree plans.

Evaluate students’ academic records to ensure all requirements for graduation have been met.

Travel as necessary to effectively advise, recruit, and retain students and/or represent the University at Education Fairs at other MEP educational sites and military bases. Recruit and retain active and inactive students through ongoing solicitation. Conduct presentations on behalf of the University to stakeholders, such as military education service officers, regional directors and other key decision makers.

Communicate effectively to audiences of service members about the benefits of attending Vincennes University.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: Experience working with military personnel.

Experience in busy office environment, multitasking.

Ability to work effectively in a service environment that is subject to frequent interruptions.

Ability to maintain orderly work environment, overall excellent organizational skills.

Experience working with diverse clientele

Ability to learn and proficiently apply a variety of computer applications specific to the work environment.

Quick learner, ability to mentally organize, create solutions “on the spot” as well as long-term.

Understanding of academic degree requirements and a knowledge of requirements for degree completion.

Proficient in Windows XP environment, Internet applications, Microsoft Office 2000, Publisher and Banner SCT system

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to lift 50 pounds and traverse steep ladders.

VU is committed to diversity in the college community.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Vincennes University, Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 or email to jobs@vinu.edu. Interviews may be held concurrently with the advertising period.

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