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Communications Specialist

The communications specialist is responsible for using new media and electronic communication to communicate the University’s marketing messages to its various target audiences, for increasing overall visibility of the University in the media, and for producing content for publications, website and various communication channels.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities:

  • Identifies and writes content for the University website, magazine, newsletters, collateral materials and other publications
  • Creates and manages a comprehensive social media strategy to increase visibility, constituent membership, and involvement across all social media platforms
  • Identifies news stories, writes press releases and core media materials, and works with a wide range of journalists to place this information in leading outlets
  • Assists in the management of the university’s website and works with other departments in the development of content and design
  • Assists in the management of consistent marketing and communication of the University brand among all internal stakeholders
  • Proofs internal and external communications in the form of emails, publications and online content.
  • Manages the campus photography and videography plan.
  • Provides departmental support regarding the effective use of email, web, blogs, online chats, social networking and other forms of electronic communication with the university’s constituents

Education and Experience:

The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, or a related field, plus one year experience in content development and working with the media.

Prior experience working in an academic setting or experience with creating and maintaining a web news page and experience working with Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop) preferred. Must have the ability to anticipate media relations needs and envision new content ideas; the ability to work both independently and in teams, while managing multiple projects simultaneously; strong attention to detail; excellent demonstrated written and verbal communication, collaboration and interpersonal skills; strong customer service focus; excellent research, problem-solving and analytical skills.

Please submit application and current resume along with a writing and/or design sample.

Graduate Assistant – Student Life

Graduate Assistants in Student Life exist to create a holistic Residence Life experience at Point University that supports the University’s values, mission and goals. They have direct responsibility for residential area housing, supervising a student staff, student conduct, facility maintenance, conflict resolution, crisis intervention, administrative and operational functions, programing and community building, participation in departmental planning and decision making.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities: 

  • Manage disciplinary, medical, psychological & emergency situations on campus relaying pertinent information to appropriate University officials and assist in proper completion of incident reports
  • Participate in the selection, training, development and evaluation of the Campus Life Minister (CLM) Staff to include: creating and facilitating ongoing training, encouraging goals and objectives, and facilitating weekly staff meetings
  • Encourage and assist CLMs to meet programming requirements
  • Provide personal guidance and accountability to selected CLM staff
  • Oversee opening and closing of residence halls, including check-in and check-out, holiday closing procedures
  • Assist CLMs with periodic room inspections – monthly cleanliness checks, health and wellness checks, report damage and contraband appropriately
  • Serve as a hearing officer for minor disciplinary infractions related to Residence Life. Record and communicate offenses and consequences.
  • Assist CLMs in addressing interpersonal and maintenance issues within assigned rooms.
  • Attend weekly Student Life staff meetings
  • Attend important University events like on-campus athletic events, Convocation, Community Service Days, Global Missions Conference, Commencement, Graduation, Fine Arts Performances, etc.
  • Counsel students through interpersonal challenges
  • Be available for students: plan meals, coffee, outings, etc.
  • Aid in the efforts of spiritual formation on campus by attending chapel, collaboration events, ministry opportunities, etc.
  • Work cooperatively with other departments to achieve the goals of Point University.
  • Support the efforts of the CLM staff

Education and Experience:
The ideal candidate will be a graduate student in pursuit of a Master’s degree in Student Development, Higher Education Administration, Counseling, Theology, or a related field. Prior experience in residence hall administration and knowledge of student development principles and best practices preferred. This position requires a high degree of flexibility and self-motivation, willingness to work nights and weekends, the ability to manage conflict and multiple priorities, strong leadership and motivational skills, a high level of organization and communication skills, basic computer literacy skills, ability to understand the use of technology and social media, experience in working with diverse populations, and the ability to work independently and collaboratively to manage projects to successful completion.

Assistant Director of Bands

The Assistant Director of Bands will serve as the assistant to the Director of Bands. The primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting the Director of Bands with band recruitment, marching band instruction, and organizational and logistical functions of the band program; working with the marching band percussion section as well as forming a winter percussion ensemble; and teaching responsibilities and/or other duties may be assigned based on the needs of the department.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities:

  • Recruit and maintain a full active marching band percussion roster (12-15 members).
  • Assist with organization and logistics related to marching band.
  • Work with the directors of existing music programs and the admissions office.
  • Teach all aspects of the marching band with a focus on the percussion section.
  • Exercise good judgment in problem resolution situations.
  • Implement practices and band development programs.
  • Assist SID and Director of Marketing & Communications with marketing and promotions materials.
  • Participate in community and campus life opportunities.
  • Organize a winter percussion ensemble at the completion of football season.

Education and Experience:
The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of a B.A. or B.S. in a Music Related Field (performance, education, production, etc.) Candidates with successful work experience with marching band, positive relationships with high school music educators in his or her region and/or one year experience recruiting students into a band program are given preference.

Director of Student Accounts

The Director of Student accounts is responsible for managing the offices of Students Services and Student Accounts through ensuring that students pay their tuition and fees in a timely manner, maintaining collection accounts, communicating with students and responsible parties in reference to student accounts and processing miscellaneous payments campus-wide.  Effective management of this area includes interacting with registration, financial aid, student life, and admission departments.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities:

  • Manages Student Accounts by hiring, supervising, training, and evaluating staff to perform in accordance with approved university policies and industry best practices
  • Implement collections processes and manage aging report.  Review uncollectible accounts and record as bad debt.
  • Prepare reports to monitor different aspects of Student Accounts. The production of reports that measure both the quantitative (how much) and qualitative (how well) productivity of the department
  • Manage student accounts by distributing stipends and refunds of Financial Aid
  • Work in conjunction with Student Services and Student Accounts Representative to monitor payment plans for traditional and access students
  • Post Financial Aid disbursements and adjust tuition bills as needed
  • Inform supervisor of daily activities, problems, emergencies, and occurrences in the office as well as perform other duties as assigned

Span of Control (include # direct reports):
Student Services Coordinator (1) and Student Accounts Representatives (2), as well as student workers.

Education and Experience:
This position requires a bachelor’s degree and some experience working in higher education environment.  Preference given to candidates with experience working in higher education student accounts, as well as familiarity with CampusVue student software.

Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach

This position is responsible for organizing and overseeing all phases of the Lacrosse program.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities:

  • Organizes and directs practice and game activities
  • Recruitment of quality student/athletes
  • Game preparation and strategy
  • Fiscal management skills
  • Scheduling
  • Organizing camps and clinics
  • Knowledge of and adherence to NAIA/NCCAA rules and regulations
  • Oversees management of Men’s Lacrosse student athletes as well as the assistant coach

Education and Experience:
Ideal candidate will possess experience in demonstrating strong coaching skills, good verbal and written communication skills, the ability to serve as a mentor and role model to youth, the ability to keep accurate records and stats, as well as IT skills: PC/laptop, Word, Excel, E-mail.

Minimum requirement is a bachelor’s degree and significant coaching experience, with preference given to candidates who have a Master’s degree and collegiate level coaching experience.

Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Course (Tuesday/Thursday mornings) 

This is a part-time position

Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) Lab is a two-part lab series focusing on the body systems.  The A&P Lab instructor will guide undergraduate students through lab exercises geared toward developing a strong foundation of knowledge of the structures and functions of body systems.   The lab instructor will use lecture, microscope slides, diagrams/models, and laboratory activities including animal dissection to enhance student learning. The instructor will also be responsible for monitoring the students’ understanding of lab material through assigned homework, quizzes and tests.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in a biological science discipline from an accredited college or university
  • Training and/or experience teaching college courses
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills; computer skills
Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Course (Tuesday/Thursday mornings) 

This is a part-time position

Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) Lab is a two-part lab series focusing on the body systems.  The A&P Lab instructor will guide undergraduate students through lab exercises geared toward developing a strong foundation of knowledge of the structures and functions of body systems.   The lab instructor will use lecture, microscope slides, diagrams/models, and laboratory activities including animal dissection to enhance student learning. The instructor will also be responsible for monitoring the students’ understanding of lab material through assigned homework, quizzes and tests.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in a biological science discipline from an accredited college or university
  • Training and/or experience teaching college courses
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills; computer skills

To apply, please submit your employment application and resume to jobs@point.edu.

Adjunct Instructors

Day and evening positions available

Point University is seeking part-time instructors in the following areas for its instructional site at Savannah Christian Church:

  • English
  • Science (Biology)
  • Math
  • Psychology
  • History
  • Sociology/Social Work
  • Humanities
  • Economics

REQUIREMENTS

  • Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in subject field; doctorate preferred.
  • Effective teaching ability/excellent communication skills
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Prior teaching experience at collegiate level preferred
  • Willingness to be a professional role model and mentor.
  • Commitment to undergraduate education, professional growth, service and scholarship in a distinctively Christian setting, including agreement with the University’s mission and goals, values, and doctrinal statement.

Please include a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae (with names and phone numbers of three professional references), and copies of transcripts along with your application (unofficial will be accepted for application with official required for hiring).

To apply, please submit your employment application and resume to jobs@point.edu.

Adjunct Instructors

Day and evening positions available

Point University is seeking part-time instructors in the following areas for its instructional site at McDonough Christian Church:

  • English
  • Science (Biology)
  • Math
  • Psychology
  • History
  • Sociology/Social Work
  • Humanities
  • Counseling and Human Relations

REQUIREMENTS

  • Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in subject field; doctorate preferred.
  • Effective teaching ability/excellent communication skills
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Prior teaching experience at collegiate level preferred
  • Willingness to be a professional role model and mentor.
  • Commitment to undergraduate education, professional growth, service and scholarship in a distinctively Christian setting, including agreement with the University’s mission and goals, values, and doctrinal statement.

Please include a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae (with names and phone numbers of three professional references), and copies of transcripts along with your application (unofficial will be accepted for application with official required for hiring).

To apply, please submit your employment application and resume to jobs@point.edu.

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Admissions Services Coordinator

The Admissions Services Coordinator performs office and administrative support functions for the Birmingham Site and Admissions Department, and is primarily responsible for coordinating a variety of inter-related workflow processes to ensure time-sensitive duties are completed.

Responsibilities and Primary Activities:

  • Enters data into the CampusVue database which involves: entry of new leads, tracking of application documents, and prior communications.
  • Reviews applications for completeness, contacts applicant for any missing information or to resolve discrepancies, and obtains any necessary information from other sources.
  • Schedules and coordinates any applicant interviews.
  • Counsel’s potential students regarding courses and grades required for admission per the admissions policy.
  • Makes recommendations regarding admissions and financial aid considerations; contacts applicant regarding decision on admission application.
  • Meets with prospective students in support of Site Director, and assists with textbook inventory.
  • Assists Site Director with classroom resources, technology solutions and organization of on-site events including New Student Orientation and Preview Day.
  • Coordinates student workers in the admissions office, and monitors/evaluates their work performance.
  • Maintains files and data bases on students admitted into the school, and generates reports based on this information.
  • Provides academic advising to Access students while in partnership with the Site Director.
  • Applies changes to academic schedules in concert with student request or administrative necessity (dropped or failed courses) under supervision of Site Director.
  • Serves as a liaison between the students, Offices of the Registrar and Financial Aid in partnership with Site Director.

Education and Experience:

Admissions Services Coordinator must have the minimum of a High school diploma, but a Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Qualified applicants must be willing to work a flexible schedule as occasional Thursday evenings, weekend hours, and limited travel are required to fulfill the position’s responsibilities, possess the ability to work well with a wide range of people, knowledge of the computer and admissions standards, excellent organization and communication skills, the ability to handle multiple tasks, and at least two years’ experience in an office environment.