Ottawa University is actively seeking to hire Adjunct Instructors to develop and instruct on-ground, face-to-face courses specifically for the Executive MBA – Information Technology Program at its Phoenix, AZ campus location.
Responsible for coordination and oversight of the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) concentration for students in the Masters in Professional Counseling (MAPC) and the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) program. This is a part-time position.
Responsible for coordination and oversight of the School Psychology and School Guidance concentration for students in the Masters in Education: School Psychology & Masters in Education School Guidance Counseling. This is a part-time position.
Ottawa University; Ottawa, Kansas (The College): seeks adjunct instructors in Mathematics for the Spring Term 2017; semester begins January 9, 2017 and continues through May 3, 2017.
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.
Ottawa University (Ottawa, Kansas -NAIA) seeks candidates, with an immediate opening, for a new Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach.
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.
Responsible for administration of an effective community recruitment program and associated 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 for our online markets specifically. Also, provides support to the overall community and corporate relations strategy. Maintains relationships established as a Community Development Executive, within a specific community or vertical, and refines/develops these relationships toward building meaningful and enrollment partnerships.
Responsible for the coordination and oversight for the Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) course delivery and programmatic standards specific to Unit and Location; this includes providing leadership for a leading-edge, distinctive major for adult learners; serving as an advisor, mentor, resource for faculty, and a responsibility for curriculum design and instruction (averages 8 hours /week).
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.