Responsible for leadership of Arizona Business Program initiatives including program development, implementation, and assessment in accordance with accreditation requirements set forth by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Responsible for serving as a community liaison by providing positive representation and building relationships on behalf of the University with businesses and community organizations in Arizona. Participates as a member of the University’s School of Business and teaches as assigned within the school. Works collaboratively with enrollment management and operations to meet enrollment and budget objectives.
Primarily responsible for providing effective and service oriented front desk switchboard coverage. Additionally responsible for supporting the daily operations of the unit’s operations through accurate and timely office support to a unit within the University. This position requires effective communication and service to students, employees and persons external to the University.
Ottawa University; Ottawa, Kansas (The College): seeks adjunct instructors for the following courses for the Fall Term 2015; semester begins August 24, 2015 and continues through December 11, 2015.
Ottawa University, Kansas (NAIA) seeks a full-time assistant wrestling coach. Duties include but are not limited to the following: conducting practices and conditioning, monitoring academic progress of student-athletes, fundraising, scheduling and other coaching and administrative duties under direction of the head coach to assist the wrestling program.
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.
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.
Work closely with school deans, university faculty and contracted subject matter experts in online and blended course development and maintenance, including analysis, design, and implementation. Provide faculty with training and support for online course content development. Develop and deliver training and documentation (print and video) to a diverse and dispersed population of online learners and educators to assist them in being successful users of online academic systems. 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 administration of an effective community recruitment program and associated systems and processes which are aligned with Ottawa University’s student centric philosophy. Responsible for developing relationships and measureable qualified student leads through feeder schools and/or corporate/community partnerships. Additionally provides support to the overall community and corporate relations strategy.
Responsible for leadership of the enrollment management service operations as well as the daily management of the Wisconsin and Indiana Campuses enrollment department ensuring strategic business objectives and enrollment goals are achieved. Key activities include: leading recruitment efforts for applicable Wisconsin and Indiana programs; assisting with marketing and promotional materials for the campuses that align with overall marketing strategies; management of the admissions systems and processes; and assuring enrollment and budgets and new and returning student goals are achievable and met.