Primary responsibility for management of the online learning eco-system infrastructure (i.e., Blackboard and multiple 3rd-party add-ons and integrations) including testing, upgrading, and ensuring that integrations with other university systems are functioning. Assist, orient and train students and instructors in being successful users of online learning technologies. Interface regularly with User Services, Technical Operations, and Software Solutions teams and with academic technology vendors. Position requires frequent and effective written and oral communications with others, flexibility in adapting to the needs of changing instructional technology landscape (including cross-training with team members), and the ability to work successfully as part of a multi-site team.
Responsible for the operation of the Gangwish Library Technical Services and Interlibrary Loan which includes: providing reference services to library patrons, interlibrary loan and technical services supervision and library catalog administration.
Responsible for providing leadership to and management of student affairs operations, policies and activities on behalf of the College Student Affairs department. Includes student life and residential life programming and operations including the application of an effective student discipline program. Position provides leadership to the development of student programs geared toward meeting individual needs as well as offering opportunity for student learning experiences. Position responsible for the Student Affairs Department in the absence of the Dean. Position manages a staff (student activities and residence life) and serves on management committees as appropriate. Evening and weekend work is required.
Position is responsible for performing interior and exterior building cleaning maintenance in assigned areas. Responsibilities include activities such as building cleaning, collecting trash and debris, moving and arranging furniture, and helping to maintain the overall appearance and safety of University’s property and buildings. Position requires communication primarily with other custodial staff and secondarily with other University employees and students. Works as a member of the Facility and Plant Operations Department.
The Director of Technical and Client Operations is responsible for providing vision and leadership for the systems, networking and user services operations of Ottawa University. Position coordinates closely with the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and the Director of Software Solutions to form the core leadership team for the Information Technology department and the advisory board for the University on technology matters. As such, this person also provides direction for current and future technology investments in support of the University’s mission.
Ottawa University, an entrepreneurial Christian University, seeks candidates and/or nominations for a full-time Engineering position with assignment in the University’s School of Applied Sciences. This position will be assigned the appropriate faculty rank based on teaching experience and academic credentials.
Ottawa University (est. 1865), one of the oldest private liberal arts universities in the United States, seeks candidates and/or nominations for a full-time Engineering position with assignment in the University’s School of Health and Applied Sciences. This position will be assigned the appropriate faculty rank based on teaching experience and academic credentials.
Responsible for performing highly skilled and independent projects and duties with considerable latitude for determining materials and work methods to be used. Employee performs skilled work in plumbing, electrical, HVAC, carpentry, and preventive maintenance programs. Responsible for maintaining and regular inspection of all Campus life-safety systems (e.g. fire alarms, fire suppressants, emergency lights). Involved in a regular program of inspection, maintenance and repair of the physical structures, mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems of facilities. Requires communication with University employees and students. Works as a member of the Facility and Plant Operations Department.
The IT Help Desk Specialist is responsible for providing tier 1 technical support, as related to the IT Help Desk, to assure prompt identification, prioritization, assignment/escalation, and resolution of reported technology problems. The position coordinates closely with IT staff to provide direct support to employees, adjunct faculty, students and persons external to the University.
This position is responsible for the solicitation of leadership gifts for the university which includes gifts for the annual fund, capital campaigns, and program initiatives. Responsible for building a donor base which will increase the level of giving to the university over a period of time; increases will come from new donors and larger gifts from current donors. In addition, this position may be asked to support grant funding opportunities as they arise. Position requires travel.
Position is primarily responsible for providing personal protection and security for all students, employees, and others common to Ottawa University. Secondary role is to provide protection to the Campus facilities, property, and personal property of all common to the Campus. The nature of the position requires night and weekend duty. Works effectively as a member of the Facilities and Plant Operations Department.
Ottawa University is actively seeking to hire Adjunct Instructors to develop and instruct on-ground, face-to-face courses specifically for the MBA – Information Technology Program at its Overland Park, KS campus location.
Primarily responsible for leading and supporting the administrative functions of the adult campus site including accounting functions and facilities and IT support. Provides support to campus units in enrollment and academics, including: data entry, document maintenance, and providing assistance to adjuncts and students as needed. Position also includes the leadership role as project manager for all campus internal and external events. Requires frequent, effective, and professional communication with prospective and current students, employees, and persons external to the University. Requires attention to detail, accuracy, timeliness and adherence to University process and policy. Scheduled hours: Monday: 6:30-9:30pm; Tuesday: 6-9pm; Wednesday: 8-10pm.
Primarily responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of students by using effective enrollment management and advising techniques and excellent customer service skills, through electronic modes of operation, which are aligned with Ottawa University’s student centric philosophy. Contacts and sales will be accomplished predominantly by phone and email. Requires timely and effective communication with applicants to assist them in all phases of the new student enrollment process. Responsible for achieving measurable enrollment goals and objectives.