Responsible for specialized administrative work in support of the School of Education including the monitoring, collection, and reporting of data and coordination of registration systems, business office systems, and student advising services for the K-12 school partnerships projects, including but not limited to: Professional Education Program and teacher certification programs. Position provides administrative coordination for the School of Education, serving as a point of contact on matters related to data collection, policies and procedures, departmental outreach, students needing ADA services, and other administrative matters. Requires collaboration with Institutional Research Department, Registrars, Information Technology, and external agencies.
Primarily responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of students into the Adult and Professional Studies unit and online programs by using effective enrollment management sales and advising techniques and excellent customer service skills that are aligned with Ottawa University’s student centric philosophy. Requires ongoing communication with applicants and team staff members to assist them in all phases of the new student enrollment process. Responsible for achieving measurable enrollment goals and objectives.
Responsible for all aspects related to computers systems software programming, analysis and modification in support of the University’s business systems needs. Collaborates and leads system users, across the University, to develop a software systems infrastructure in support of institutional decisions and priorities. Participates as a member of the Software Solutions Team ensuring consistency and integrity of software programs and processes related to overall University systems and priorities.
Responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of students within an established territory into the College Campus programs by using effective enrollment management sales and advising techniques and excellent customer service skills that are aligned with Ottawa University’s student centric philosophy. Generates prospective student and new student enrollments for the College Campus academic degree programs. Requires personal initiative and ongoing communication with applicants to assist them in all phases of the new student enrollment process. Responsible for achieving measurable enrollment goals and objectives. This position is based out of The College in Ottawa, Kansas, and requires travel, and evening/weekend hours.
Ottawa University (Ottawa, Kansas - NAIA) seeks candidates for a full-time Head Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Coach who will have the unique opportunity of building and recruiting the first ever lacrosse program at Ottawa University for the 2015-16 academic year.
Responsible for providing academic leadership and instruction within the University through student counseling, academic advising and guiding students toward successful degree completion. The Academic Advisor: Counsels the student from the point of entry into Ottawa University through to graduation. Monitors the student’s enrollment and persistence, curriculum, degree planning activities, financial aid, student account, and is an ombudsman for the individual student throughout the degree-seeking relationship. Solicits support from internal and external resources according to students’ needs and fosters students’ academic and professional development through connections with remedial, mentoring, career development, and internship services, as well as other resources offered through the University. Serves as the primary contact between the student and the University in all aspects of the student’s life and experience with Ottawa University.
Responsible for leadership and support for course development that include analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of course content; instructional design for curriculum development; providing faculty training for content development, guides and tutorials; e-learning technology development and implementation; and eLearning related support services for faculty. Content direction from the Director of Academic Services.
Responsible for overseeing all work of the Design Studio through proper leadership, management, and supervision of the curriculum designer team and operations including: managing all aspects of course development in order to facilitate analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of course content; instructional design for curriculum development; providing faculty training for content development, guides and tutorials; e-learning technology development and implementation; and eLearning related support services for faculty.
Ottawa University is seeking adjunct instructor with an earned master’s in M.I.S. along with teaching experience to instruct on ground M.I.S. courses. Classes meet evenings, once a week, at our Brookfield, Wisconsin location; terms are 8 weeks long.