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.
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.
Ottawa University (Ottawa, Kansas -NAIA) seeks candidates for an opening as an athletic trainer.
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.
Responsible for providing advanced technical expertise primarily in support of information technology users at the Ottawa and Overland Park, KS campuses; secondarily to users at other University locations. Primary activities include troubleshooting and handling more complex technology issues within IT services and support; researching and developing various desktop deployment and support strategies; systems management; and providing subject matter expertise in other various IT related functions.
Primarily responsible for supporting the Kansas City campus as the afternoon/evening shift front desk reception position. Additionally provides classroom and administrative support to others throughout the campus. Activities include: supply maintenance, mail sorting, data entry, updating of internal forms and routine office tasks. Requires frequent, effective, and professional communication with prospective and current students, employees, and persons external to the University. Position requires accuracy, timeliness and adherence to University process and policy. Duties are performed under minimum supervision and require a varied schedule.