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Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran's status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

Related by faith to The United Methodist Church, Louisburg College is committed to offering a supportive community which nurtures young men and women intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually. As a two-year residential institution, we provide a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to senior colleges and universities.

We approach our mission with integrity.
We respect the dignity of each individual.
We embrace diverse learning styles.
We offer opportunities for all of our students to succeed.
We provide a high quality, accessible education.
We enable and challenge our students to reach their full growth potential.
We value our Christian heritage and foster spiritual growth.

Pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and the Higher Education Opportunity Act, Louisburg College prepares an annual security report which is available to all current and prospective employees and students. The annual report addresses the college’s policies, procedures and programs concerning safety and security. Three years’ worth of statistics are included for certain types of crimes that were reported to have occurred on campus, in or on off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the school and on public property within or immediately adjacent to the campus. You may request a copy of the Annual Security Report from the Human Resources Department.

Available Staff & Administration Positions

Position: Accounting and  Office Administrator  |  Full-Time position
Department: Financial Services
Reports To: Accounting & Office Manager

Summary

This position works closely with the Accounting and Office Manager as well as the Chief Finance Officer. The incumbent's key function is the day-to-day operations of cash management performing advanced professional accounting tasks at a College level within the Division of Financial Services.

Essential Functions

  • Monitor and Reconcile the College's online credit card accounts.

  • Disburse checks to vendors and maintain check log.

  • Assist with credit card training and management.

  • Process 1099s and sale & use tax per IRS regulatory requirements.

  • Help with Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable.

  • Prepare semi-annual Sales & Use Tax Refund report.

  • Maintain Unclaimed Property log with appropriate detail for submission to the State.

  • Must be able to make independent and informed accounting decisions based upon generally accepted accounting principles and perform these functions in multiple and varied accounting systems.

  • Analyze financial data, develop schedules and reports, and prepare financial projections. 

  • Assist with Annual Audit.

  • Repetitive daily, weekly, monthly, semi-annual, and annual routine work.

  • Maintain and distribute Budget Reports/Encumbrances.

  • Generate reports for team members including the Accounting Manager and Chief Financial Officer.

  • Post journal entries.

  • Answer questions that arise from various departments regarding their budgets and provide details of their accounts upon request.

  • Help maintain the Student Accounting System as well as working closely with the Student Accounts department. 

  • Assist Students and Parents with billing issues as needed.

  • Assist with other duties and projects as assigned by the Accounting Manager.

WORK EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION REQUIRED

 

Minimum Requirements & Qualifications
  • BA in Accounting, Business, or relevant field.

  • Two (2) years of related experience.

  • Must be proficient in word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications.

  • Experience with Microsoft Office. 

  • Strong analytical skills.

  • Ability to work independently.

  • Ability to work as a member of a team.

Preferred Requirements and Qualifications
  • Three (3-5) years of experience in accounts payable and cash management, grants, and contracts.

  • Experience in Higher Educations.

  • Experience in CAMS and QuickBooks.

  • Experience in monitoring internal controls and providing training.

  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to identify and assess errors and assist in maintaining compliance.

  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to work well independently.

  • Excellent interpersonal oral and written skills with a professional communication style characterized by integrity, candor, and diplomacy.

  • Knowledge of federal and state regulations (IRS, Sales & Use Tax), some accounting, and higher education experience in this area is much preferred. 

REQUIRED WORK HOURS

The normal work schedule is Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Onsite. Scheduled work hours may change or vary from time-to-time based on institutional need; including added evening hours and/or weekend work as needed. Incummbent must be willing to travel overnight for professional development.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, resume, and at least three (3) professional references to: Nadia Bruant, Accounting and Office Manager at nbryant@louisburg.edu 

Position will remain open until filled. 

Louisburg College, related by faith to the Methodist Church, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

 

Position: Assistant Football Coach with Auxiliary Duties of Assistant Community Hall Director  |  Part-Time position
Department: Athletics / Student Life
Reports To: Head Football Coach and Community Hall Director

Summary

The Assistant Football Coach reports to the Head Football Coach and is responsible for assisting the Head Coach in carrying out all activities necessary to accomplish the objectives of this sport within the guidelines of the NJCAA, Region X, and Louisburg College.

This position is a part-time, exempt position requiring approximately 25 hours per week.

This position is a 10-month position, paid through 12 months to ensure benefits are uninterrupted.

PRIMARY DUTIES

 

Assistant Football Coach

  • Teach and provide instruction to Football student-athletes on the fundamentals, details, and strategy of Football as assigned by the Head Coach.

  • Assist the Head Coach in developing game strategies.

  • Council student-athletes in sport participation, personal development, and academics.

  • Assist in monitoring student-athletes' academic progress.

  • Work with the Head Coach to identify and recruit potential Football Student-Athletes.

  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively and appropriately.

  • Ability to learn and comply with all policies and regulations of Louisburg College and the NJCAA.

  • Ability to motivate student athletes to be successful on and off the field

  • Other duties as assigned.

Auxiliary Duties: Assistant Community Hall Director (ACHD)

The Assistant Community Hall Director reports to the Community Hall Director and has on-call assignments as well as working as part of the Student Life team to enhance Student Development, complete required Residence Hall Administration, and fulfill other duties as assigned. This position is a part-time position requiring no more than 15 hours per week.

  • Mentor students and assist with academic and personal issues.

  • Serve as a liaison between the Office of Student Life and faculty to help improve student retention, class attendance, and academic performance.

  • Provide crisis intervention as directed and appropriate.

  • Establish and encourage an environment that supports an appreciation for diversity.

  • Encourage and ensure adherence to College and housing policy by:

    • Educating students about policies and regulations and behavioral expectations.

    • Assigning and enforcing appropriate sanctions for violations.

    • Assisting students in establishing appropriate community standards.

  • Respond to roommate conflicts, personal crises, and privide mediation where appropriate under the guidance of the Community Hall Director Staff.

  • Residence Hall Administration:

    • Working with the Community Hall Director to ensure accurate occupancy records and updated student rosters.

    • Ensure room changes are confucted pursuant to established guidelines.

    • Maintain awareness of the safety features of all residence halls.

    • Maintain awareness and understanding of emergency protocols, to include conducting fire drills.

    • Work cooperatively with housekeeping and facilities personnel to ensure halls are maintained in a good and safe working order.

    • Report and follow-up on cleaning, repairs, damage, vandalism, and areas for improvement.

  • Assist in the coordination of processes for hall closings, resident check-in/out, and health & safety inspections.

  • Serve in an on-call rotation with other ACHDs and CHDs and proactively visit halls and respond to situations as they arise.

  • Assist and coordinate with residence life facility management for residence halls including conducting room checks, reporting and following up on housekeeping issues/concerns, and maintenance issues.

  • The Assistant Community Hall Director will be responsible for additional assignments in support of divisional efforts in alignment with the mission of the Student Life program.

REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Previous coaching/playing experience at the collegiate level are preferred.

  • A proven record of integrity, high principles and demonstrated skill in academically and athletically developing and motivating student athletes.

  • This position requires the ability to drive College vehicles; therefore, it is required that coaches and assistant coaches maintain a driving record that allows the insurance company to designate them as an "Approved Driver." Additionally, employees who are designated as approved drivers shall agree to periodic reviews of their driving record, and they are required to self-report any moving violations (tickets) that could result in the removal of that designation.

  • A background check will be required of all successful applicants.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter and resume to Football Head Coach Quinderra Spellman at qspellman@louisburg.edu

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Louisburg College, related by faith to the Methodist Church, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

 

Position: Assistant Registrar  |  Full-Time position
Department: Academic Life
Reports To: Registrar and Director of Institutional Effectiveness

Summary

Under the direction of the Registrar and Director of Institutional Effectiveness, the Assistant Registrar supports the registration process for all students and assists the Registrar in maintaining student records, collecting academic data, and processing credit transfers and student and faculty requests.

Essential Functions

  • Assist with daily operations related to the Office of the Registrar including, but not limited to managing all aspects of CAMS software.

  • Process all transcripts requests and enrollment/degree verification requests.

  • Counsel students, advisors, and other College officials in degree requirements.

  • Coordinate the Registrar calendar to ensure timely data collection and entry.

  • Respond to requests for data from administration, departments, and other campus officials.

  • Assist throughout the drop/add period.

  • Know general rules, regulations, and policies of the college, and disseminate informations to constituencies and the community following FERPA and other laws.

  • Assist with the planning and implementation of graduation events, including the evaluation of student records and diploma preparation.

  • Work with academic departments to support regulatory compliance and assist with articulation agreements and other general advisement services as needed. 

  • Oversee office filing and work-study students.

  • Manage multiple projects and tight deadlines with a skill of prioritization and a strong work ethic.

  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Registrar and Vice President of Academic Life.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associate's degree in business administration, education, or closely related field. Bachelor's degree preferred.

  • One year of relevant work experience in higher education is preferred.

  • Computer experience required. Demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.

  • The ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. 

  • Excellent planning, organizational, and interpersonal skills.

  • The ability to pay attention to detail and accuracy required.

  • The ability to be sensitive and respond appropriately to the needs and concerns of students, faculty, college staff, and the public.

  • Foster and maintain a positive atmosphere to ensure all interactions are handled with the highest level of confidentiality, professionalism, and customer service.

  • The ability to work under pressure with a high tolerance for interruptions

  • The ability to work with diverse groups of people.

  • The ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.

  • Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently.

  • Some performance of job duties may require evening hours and occasional weekends.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, resume, and at least three (3) professional references to:  hr@louisburg.edu

Louisburg College, related by faith to the Methodist Church, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

 

Position: Associate Dean of Students  |  Full-Time position
Department: Student Life
Reports To: Dean of Students

Summary

The Associate Dean of Students is a 12-month, full-time, exempt position with the option to live on campus or off campus. Under the direction of the Dean of Students, the Associate Dean of Students serves as a leader in the planning, coordination, and administration of campus activities, housing, and residence life. This position builds relationships with students, faculty, and staff to promote a positive and supportive campus environment. The Associate Dean of Students interacts with various campus departments and community-based agencies as well as faculty, staff, and student guardian/family members. 

Essential Functions

Housing & Residence Life:
  • Oversees all aspects of residence life, including recruitment and selection of professional and paraprofessional staff, community engagement, health and safety inspections, and administrative tasks.

  • Directly responsible for all housing operations functions: room assignment management that includes administration of student records to support housing processes, plan and implement housing sign-ups and roommate matching, project room rates, and provide all reports associated with housing operations.

  • Directly supervises Community Hall Directors and Assistant Community Hall Directors. 

  • Assists in the coordination of the Student Life Department's response to major crises and other unusual events within the campus community.

  • Researches, evaluates, and recommends changes in rules, regulations, and policies as related to the student experience.

Student Engagement
  • Provides direction and supervision to staff responsible for student engagement and organizational leadership.

  • Provides leadership, mentoring, and oversight of the Student Government Association (SGA).

  • Regularly assesses the impact of the division's efforts on student engagement, development, and success

  • Is a visible and active participant in campus life.

Student Support
  • Assists students in reaching a settlement of their informal requests or complaints through consultation, mediation, and counseling; refers issues with a formal avenue of redress to appropriate offices for resolution.

  • Works with appropriate College officials to ficilitate sarisfactory solutions to issues and problems that fall within the responsibilities of the Dean of Students Office. Advises the Dean of Students on complaints with no definitive remedy and makes recommendations for resolution.

  • Serves as a member of campus committees related to student welfare and other aspects related to student status.

  • Serves on the Behavioral Intervention Team.

  • Assists with matters pertaining to student conduct and case management.

  • Serves on administrative on-call rotation.

  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Dean of Students.

QUALIFICATIONS, REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, AND EXPERIENCE

  • Master's degree in Higher Education, Student Personnel, or related field required.

  • Previous professional (post-graduate) student life and supervisory experience required.

  • Experience with emergency response to on-campus situations.

  • Demonstrated skills in the following areas: supervision, organization, collaboration, crisis management, leadership, teamwork, and assessment.

  • Knowledge of student development and leadership development theories.

  • Ability to lift 25 pounds.

  • Ability to climb multiple flights of stairs.

  • A background check will be required of all successful applicants.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter and resume to Louisburg College Student Life, Attention: Matt Brigner at mbrigner@louisburg.edu

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Louisburg College, related by faith to the Methodist Church, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

 

Position: Campus Safety Officer (Non-Sworn)
Department: Campus Safety
Reports To: Director of Campus Safety

Summary

To ensure the protection of life and property and the enforcement of statutes and College regulations, Campus Safety Officers conduct patrol on foot and vehicle throughout the entire campus or an assigned area of offices, buildings, and grounds including parking areas. Campus Safety Officers make required reports by radio, telephone, or otherwise. Officers are expected to be able to sit, stand, walk, and climb stairs as part of the daily patrol responsibility.


Essential Functions

 
  • Monitor security access control systems, security cameras, fire alarm notification panels, and other notification systems.
  • Acts as required to prevent all criminal acts and violations of College policy, inclusive of and not limited to, fire, theft, vandalism, disorder, and/or damage or loss to state property and equipment.

  • Takes needed action as to suspicious persons and conditions, and reports significant actions, occurrences, and conditions on the grounds and in the buildings.

  • Directs traffic in and around buildings and in parking areas; regulates and controls pedestrian and vehicular traffic at designated public intersections to assure safety, reasonable movement, and a minimum of interference.

  • Enforce violations of the College parking policies through the issuance of warnings or citations, inclusive of "booting" of vehicles when deemed necessary by College policy.

  • Works to develop positive relations with the Louisburg College campus community.

  • Develop educational programming to meet the goals and mission of the Office of Campus Safety and Louisburg College

  • Provide escorts to members of the campus community.

  • Assist College Officials with room searches.

  • Assist with securing special events (including athletic events).

  • Other duties as assigned by the Chief of Campus Safety.

Qualifications, Required Knowledge, and Experience:

  • High school graduate with two years related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Skills in building security and lock procedures.

  • Skills in providing protection services.

  • Ability to detect criminal activity and assist Police Officers with investigations.

  • Ability to understand and follow safety procedures and make logical decisions.

  • Ability to detect problems and report information to appropriate personnel.

  • Knowledge of the Campus Student Conduct Policy and Procedures.

  • Ability to prepare cases and testify in court.

  • Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.

  • Basic knowledge of hazardous materials and Identification Plaques.

  • Ability to successfully complete First Aid, CPR, and Blood Borne Pathogen training.

  • Should be able to meet the requirements of the College's automobile insurance.

  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, including developing clear and concise reports.

  • Ability to use a computer for report writing and timekeeping.

  • This position is primarily night-shift work, but prefer the ability to work during holidays, weekends, day and night shifts, and overtime.

Campus Safety Officers are required to work in adverse weather conditions. They may be required to stand on foot posts for extended periods of time and required to run certain distances in emergency situations. They may be required to subdue and detain individuals in emergency situations. They may be exposed to hazardous materials or chemicals. Campus Safety Officers must be capable of light work, exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects, climbing, crouching, standing, walking, lifting, talking, and hearing.

Required Education

High School or Equivalent

Required Experience

Security: 2 years

To Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to Chief of Campus Safety, Attention: James Marshall at jmarshall@louisburg.edu.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Related by faith to the Methodist Church, Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals.

It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

Position: Chief Financial Officer
Department: Financial Services
Reports To: College President

Summary

As a key member of the President's Cabinet, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will assume a strategic role in the management of the institution's financial matters. The CFO will have primary day-to-day responsibility for planning, implementing, managing, and controlling all financial-related activities of the institution.


POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides financial leadership, fostering a collaborative and collegial environment, and consistently supporting the College's strategic financial goals.

  • Responsible for preparing (rolling up departmental budgets), reporting on, and monitoring the annual budget for the College.

  • Responsible for preparing quarterly financial reports for internal and external review.

  • Maintains organized documents/records and prepares tax returns and other external reports.

  • Staff liaison to Audit Committee; prepares meeting materials and assures compliance with Audit Committee Chair.

  • Conducts interal audits to ensure efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance; coordinates and prepares documents for annual external audits and takes the lead role in all audits.

  • Maintains financial records for special project accounts.

  • Work with investment advisors and endowment account consultants; prepares committee reports and maintains minutes of meeting.

  • Oversees the College's loan financing and repayment process.

  • Reviews the College's insurance policies, develops risk aversion strategies, develops and maintains a disaster and business recovery plan, and serves on the Campus Emergency Response Team.

  • Reviews, negotiates, signs, and maintains all college contracts with vendors, including food services and housekeeping contractors.

  • Ensures compliance to GAAP and federal and state grants in executing, analyzing, verifying, and reporting transactions of a fiscal nature.

  • Oversees the payment plans and collections of student accounts.

  • Oversees student billing, third-party billing, the transfer of funds to student accounts, and follows up on student accounts.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • A Masters of Accounting of MBA degree, from an accredited institution, and a Certified Public Accountant license are required.

  • Seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in the area of accounting including three (3) years of supervisory experience required.

  • Five (5) years of experience in higher education accounting required including financial aid operations.

  • Experience with CAMS, QuickBooks, and ADP or major ERP systems.

To Apply

Send a cover letter, resume, and at least three (3) professional references to hr@louisburg.edu

This postion will remain open until filled. 

Related by faith to the Methodist Church, Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals.

It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

 

Position: Community Hall Director  |  Full-Time position
Department: Student Life
Reports To: Dean of Students

Summary

The Community Hall Director (CHD) position is critical to the development, maintenance, and success of a residential community of first and second-year students. This position will coordinate and facilitate all aspects of residential community; select, train, supervise, and evaluate paraprofessional staff; serve as a hearing officer in the campus conduct system; and serve on departmental and college committees. The CHD provides services directly to students, including personal and disciplinary counseling, and social/educational activities/events. Professional development is expected and supported via funding for professional organization memberships and conferences as well as internal training programs. As a 12-month position, summer assignments will include Hurricane Prep Days, summer camps/conferences, and summer school.

The CHD position is a 12-month, full-time, exempt position. Residing in the residence hall is required; CHDs are provided a furnished apartment, paid utilities, and full meal plan when campus dining facility is open. The College offers on a volunteer basis, a variety of health and wellness benefits. Some benefit selections are offered on a pre-tax basis.

Essential Functions

 

Student Development

The Community Hall Director is responsible for establishing a residence hall environment that is conducive to student success in accordance with the College and departmental mission. Responsibilities include:

  • Prepare educational programs for all residents utilizing appropriate student development theory designed to address developmental needs of first and second-year students.

  • Engage students by maintaining high visibility in the halls, establishing regular office hours, and participating in campus events.

  • Mentor students and assist with academic and personal issues.

  • Serve as a liaison between the Office of Student Life and faculty to help improve student retention, class attendance, and academic performance.

  • Provide crisis intervention as appropriate.

  • Coordinate the establishment of Residence Hall Councils for each hall.

  • Establish and encourage an environment that supports an appreciation for diversity.

  • Encourage and ensure adherence to College and housing policy by:

    • Educating students about policies and regulations and behavioral expectations
    • Hearing conduct cases for potential violations
    • Assigning and enforcing appropriate sanctions for violations
    • Assisting students in establishing appropriate community standards
  • Respond to roommate conflicts, personal crises, and provide mediation where appropriate.

Residence Hall Administration

The Community Hall Director is responsible for managing daily operations of assigned residence halls. Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the Dean of Students to ensure accurate occupany records and updated student rosters.

  • Ensure room changes are conducted pursuant to established guidelines.

  • Maintain awareness of the safety features of all residence halls. 

  • Maintain awareness and understanding of emergency protocols, to include conducting fire drills.

  • Work cooperatively with housekeeping and facilities personnel to ensure halls are maintained in a good and safe working order.

  • Report and follow-up on cleaning, repairs, damage, vandalism, and areas for improvement.

  • Coordinate processes for hall closings and resident check-in/out.

  • Serve in an on-call rotation with other Community Hall Directors and proactively visit halls and respond to situations as they arise.

  • Be available and visible in the residence halls.

  • Manage budgets related to the residence halls.

  • Manage operational functions for assigned residence halls including key distribution and collection, damage assessment, reporting and billing, maintenance requests, and hall openings and closings.

  • Assist and coordinate with residence life facility management for residence halls including conducting room checks, reporting and following up on housekeeping issues/concerns, and maintenance issues.

  • Conduct Health & Safety Inspections of assigned residence hall locations.

Staff Supervision

The Community Hall Director supervises a staff of paraprofessionals. Responsibilites include: 

  • Assisting with the selection, training, supervision, and evaluation of staff.

  • Creating duty schedules for staff and maintaining time sheets.

  • Ensure that College policies and procedures for staff are met on a consistent basis.

  • Conduct regular group and individual staff meetings.

  • Ensure the priority of academics for student staff members.

  • Develop an attitude of cooperation and unity among staff members.

  • Assist with periodic in-service training programs and workshops.

Auxiliary Assignment

The Community Hall Director will be responsible for an additional assignment in support of divisional efforts in alignment with the mission of the student life program. Assigned by the Dean of Students, auxiliary assignments include coordinating student engagement, student conduct, community service, leadership development, and housing programs.

Other Duties

The Community Hall Director will be responsible to serve as a student life generalist assigned by the Dean of Students to coordinate and plan programs, events, activities, and efforts that support student retention initiatives. Responsibilities include: 

  • Work to implement goals and priorities as outlined in the Louisburg College Strategic Plan.

  • Provide leadership and support for the execution and administration of department assessment efforts including student focus groups.

  • Maintain effective working relationships with the Office of Campus Safety, Health & Wellness, Spiritual Life, Facilities, the First Year Experience program, and other college offices.

  • Serve on Residence Life, Student Life, and College committees as assigned. 

  • Participate in regular professional development opportunities.

  • Be available for weekends, extended days, official College events, and emergencies as needed.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Students.

QUALIFICATIONS, REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE: 

  • A Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university is required. 

  • Prior residence hall experience.

Preferred Qualifications: A Master's degree in higher education administration, Student Personnel Services, Student Development, Counseling, or a related area is preferred. Additional qualifications include leadership and organizational skills, a solid foundation in human/student development theory, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, enthusiasm for teamwork, proficiency in Microsoft Office and conduct database management, and an appreciation of a small, residential, Methodist related institution of higher learning.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, resume, and at least three (3) professional references to:  Dr. Matt Brigner, mbrigner@louisburg.edu Position will remain open until filled. 

Louisburg College, related by faith to the Methodist Church, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination. 

Position: Financial Aid Counselor  |  Full-Time position
Department: Academic Life / Financial Aid Office
Reports To: Director of Financial Aid

Summary

The Financial Aid Counselor is a customer service driven professional position. The Counselor provides counseling services to students and parents regarding the application process for obtaining federal, state, private, and institutional sources of financial assistance. The Counselor monitors individual student eligibility for aid awared under specific programs and regulations, verifying the accuracy of information submitted by students on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), certifying the eligibility and processing of funds for federal and private loan programs, providing assistance in identifying all sources of financial assistance for which a student may qualify in order to continue enrollment, and communicating with students with respect to issues or conditions that may have a negative effect on their continued eligibility to receive financial assistance. The position will require assisting the Director in reporting related to Federal and state aid programs.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Review and track required information into Comprehensive Academic Management System (CAMS).

  • Evaluate student aid applications in compliance with eligibility requirements stated in federal, state, and institutional regulations.

  • Determine student academic eligibility for assistance by applying standards of progress requirements in accordance with federal and state regulations and university degree program requirements. 

  • Determine when necessary, with proper documentation to support, the changing of a student's dependency status and level of financial aid need as deemed justifiable by the evaluator.

  • Disburse scholarship funds in accordance with donor requirements and federal regulations.

  • Resolve any inconsistent data on student aid applications and verification documents in compliance with Federal Student Aid Verification Requirements.

  • Responsible for timely certification of eligibility of federal loan applications for students and parents.

  • Maintain a working knowledge of federal and state regulations as they pertain to the processing of Federal Stafford and PLUS loan applications.

  • Transmit, electronically, Federal Stafford and PLUS data via currently used software programs using the internet and file transfer protocols. Requires understanding of computer file maintenance and downloading operations.

  • Resolve any loan application processing problems with lending institutions or loan servicers.

  • Completing lender requests for collection assistance to assist with default prevention.

  • Help students and parents through all aspects of loan application and disbursement.

  • Maintain a working knowledge of each different lender requirements for certification and student eligibility as they pertain to the processing of private loan applications. Specific requirements for special state loan programs. 

  • Act as a liaison between students and lenders to resolve issues regarding certification and disbursement.

  • Assist with monitoring and status of student laon funds received.

  • Assist in loan debt counseling as needed. 

  • Maintenance of Policies & Procedures Manual for the Office fo Financial Aid.

  • Generate Missing Information Letters.

  • Coordinate all packaging routines (ability to package both manually and with CAMS). 

  • Administer Federal Work Study Program.

  • Supervise office work study workers. 

  • Assist organizations on campus with workshops, events, regarding financial aid. 

  • Preparation for FAFSA week on the campus of Louisburg College. 

  • Provide counseling duties in peak processing times and during staff absences.

  • Conducts individual counseling sessions for students and/or parents either by appointment, phone, or on a drop in bases. 

  • Troubleshoot student, parent, and institutional inquiries.

  • Participation in financial aid functions and meetings.

  • Review and management of website ensuring that it is up to date and in working order; including all forms, documents, and other web links.

  • Maintain a list of federal, state, and institutional programs on website and consumer related pieces.

  • Complete other tasks as assigned by the Director of Financial Aid.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • High level of competency with Microsoft Word and Excel. Demonstrated comfort with using technology in an office setting.

  • Ability to independently manage multiple priorities and responsibilities.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, especially the ability to communicate effectively by phone and email.

  • Strong interpersonal skills are necessary to deal effectively with staff, the public, various government entities and the university community.

  • Builds positive relationships with faculty and staff across all College departments, and shows a commitment to collegiality, mutual respect, supportiveness and inclusiveness. Acts in a fair, flexible, honest and ethical manner at all times.

  • Excellent organizational and time management skills. Balances the need to make timely actions while seeking input from appropriate individuals. Fosters open communication, acceptance and appreciation of other's opinions and thoughts. 

  • Commitment to quality service and customer service to faculty, staff, students, and other College constituents. Experience in developing strong and effective process improvement goals and metrics for optimal results.

  • A passionate commitment to the mission of the College.

MINIMUN QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associate's degree and two (2) years experience in a Financial Aid Office or counseling/student personnel; or a combination of education and experience. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's degree and 3 years experience in Financial Aid Office.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Federal and State regulations for Federal and State Financial Aid programs including Federal Work Study program administration.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for at least three (3) professional references to mlove@louisburg.edu

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. 

Louisburg College, related by faith to the Methodist Church, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

 

Position: Head Volleyball Coach  |  Full-Time position
Department: Athletics
Reports To: Mike Holloman, Athletics Director

Summary

The Head Volleyball Coach is responsible for planning and directing the recruitment, conditioning, training, and performance of student athletes, along with fiscal program management of the Volleyball program and to accomplish the objectives of the sport within the guidelines of NJCAA and Louisburg College.

Essential Functions

  • Develop practice schedules and teach the fundamental skills and drills of the game of volleyball.

  • Provide instruction and development for individual and team improvement, teach overall team and individual player strategies, analyze athlete performance, and prepare student-athletes for the highest possible levels of competition.

  • Develop a weight training and fitness program for volleyball.

  • Formulate a successful strategy to promote the educational welfare and sportsmanship of the student-athlete.

  • Oversee the conduct and discipline of team student-athletes.

  • Develop a recruitment plan and actively recruit student-athletes.

  • Develop a plan to insure and monitor the academic outcomes of the players accepted into the volleyball program.

  • Develop a plan and strategy to insure student athletes have opportunities to continue their educational and athletic careers. 

  • Exhibit the ability to communicate effectively and appropriately.

  • Assist in keeping the Taylor Athletic Center secure, neat and free of trash.

  • Prepare a yearly budget for the Volleyball Program.

  • Purchase equipment and uniforms adhering to the College purchasing policies and procedures.

  • Insure that all players meet NJCAA and College eligibility requirements.

  • Develop a team game schedule in coordination with the Athletic Director.

  • Develop and implement fundraisers to improve the Volleyball Program.

  • Provide information and statistics to area and college media.

  • Keep up to date statistics during the season on NJCAA and College websites. 

  • Provide academic advising to each player and guide them in the development of their class schedule.

  • Track the academic progress of each player in all classes. 

  • Attend College/department meeting and events.

  • Attend athletic department and college events to provide support to other teams/groups.

  • Provide Game Day Operations Support for 20/25 other sports game day events each year.

  • Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's degree in required, Master's preferred

  • Previous coaching/playing experiences at the collegiate level are preferred.

  • Valid driver's license.

  • A proven record of integrity, high principles and demonstrated skill in developing and motivating student athletes academically and athletically.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, resume, and at least three (3) professional references to:  Athletic Director, Mike Holloman, at mholloman@louisburg.edu

Louisburg College, related by faith to the Methodist Church, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination. 

Position: Vice President, Academic Life and Dean of Faculty  |  Full-Time position
Department: Academic Life
Reports To: College President

Summary

The Vice President of Academic Life serves as the Chief Academic Officer for the Institution, is a member of the President's Cabinet, and reports directly to the President. The Vice President of Academic Life is responsible for educational policy, academic programs, the assessment of student learning, advancement of student success, curriculum development, and accreditation.

COMMUNITY

The town of Louisburg is located in Franklin County, North Carolina. A small town, Louisburg is 30 miles north of Raleigh, North Carolina and the nationally recognized Research Triangle.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides academic and administrative leadership, fostering a collaborative and collegial student-centered environment as well as consistently articulating clear academic vision.

  • Supervises faculty, professional development staff, Registrar, Institutional Effectiveness Team, Academic Division Chairs, Librarian, Honors Program Team, Career & Transfer Office Team, First-Year Experience Team, and Learning Partners & Accessibility Services Team.

  • Evaluates curriculum and all phases of the academic program of the College.

  • Coordinates grant writing in support of Academic Life.

  • Participates in regional organizations, such as the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU), and national organizations related to higher education.

  • Assists with strategic planning focused on meeting the needs of a diverse student body. 

  • Supports the evaluation of faculty and instruction.

  • Conducts annual evaluation of Program Directors and faculty for promotion.

  • Leads the SACSCOC accreditation process. 

  • Coordinates institutional Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) efforts.

  • Advocates on behalf of the Faculty Senate and the Faculty Affairs Committee to the President and the President's Cabinet.

  • Directs the creation and maintenance of transfer articulation agreements.

  • Plans, in collaboration with administration and faculty, the academic calendar.

  • Investigates all allegations of violations of the academic integrity policy, communicates decisions on such, and implements any sanctions.

  • Prepares and presents reports and resolutions to the Board of Trustees and coordinates meetings of the Learning Enterprise Committee (subcommittee) in collaboration with the Trustee Committee Chair.

  • Coordinates annual review and update of the College Catalog.

  • Coordinates revisions to the College website related to Academic Life.

  • Coordinates Induction, Convocation, Awards Day, and Commencement exercises.

  • Chairs Academic Council, Committee of Division of Chairs and Executive Directors, and QEP Committee.

  • Participates in new student orientation sessions, open houses, and pre-registration events. 

  • Serves on other committees as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • A Doctorate degree is required.

  • Experience working with 2-year institutions of higher learning is preferred.

  • Documented effective experience teaching at the college or university level.

  • Documented experience in oversight of accreditation by a regional accrediting body; working with SACSCOC preferred.

  • Documented experience working successfully within a culturally and racially diverse student body.

  • Documented experience in Academic Affairs administration.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, and at least three (3) professional references to hr@louisburg.edu By providing these references, it will be considered explicit consent for Louisburg College to contact these individuals. Confidentiality will be maintained in the search process. Candidate review and interviews will begin immediately.

Louisburg College, related by faith to the Methodist Church, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

 

Available Faculty Positions

Position: Part-Time Instructor  

Department: Academic Life

Reports To: Division Executive Director

Qualifications
  • Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate credits in one of the following content areas is required:

  • Art

  • Drama/Theatre

  • Music

  • Business

  • Teaching experience preferred but not required

  • Successful experience working with diverse populations

  • Passion for learning and for seeking creative ways to teach students how to learn.

Responsibilities
  • Teach up to 12 credits per semester
  • Participate in appropriate professional activities
  • Other duties as assigned by the Division Executive Director, the Vice President of Academic Life, and the President of the College.
  • Individual strategy coaching and content assistance for students with learning disabilities and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder;

To Apply

Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and contact information for at least two professional references to the Interim Vice President of Academic Life, Maleeka Love at mlove@louisburg.edu 

Related by faith to the Methodist Church, Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran's status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination

 

Position: Chemistry Instructor, Adjunct

Department: Academics

Reports To: Dean, Academic Operations, Policies, and Supports

 

Summary:

The Adjunct Chemistry Instructor will teach various Chemistry classes, including General, Organic, and Biochemistry. Faculty at Louisburg College are expected to perform their duties as described in the job description, demonstrate a commitment to the College's mission, promote high ethical standards, and foster an atmosphere of collegiality. Faculty must also fulfill their responsibilities as established by Louisburg College, mandated by state and federal policy, and required by accreditation standards. This position is a 10-month, part-time position - August to May.

Essential Functions:

  • Teach a variety of Chemistry classes.

  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities

  • Willingness to assist students with learning disabilities or learning differences

  • Maintain scheduled office hours to assist students

  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Division Executive Director, the Dean of Operations, Vice President of Academic Life

Qualifications:

  • Requires a Master's degree with at least 18 graduate credits in Chemistry

  • Classroom teaching experience in higher education preferred but not required

  • Candidates will be required to successfully complete a background check

  • Successful experience working with diverse populations

  • Passion for learning and for seeking creative ways to teach students how to learn

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least three (3) professional references to Maleeka Love at mlove@louisburg.edu Position will remain open until filled. 

Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

Related by faith to The United Methodist Church, Louisburg College is committed to offering a supportive community which nurtures young men and women intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually. As a two-year residential institution, we provide a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to senior colleges and universities.

 

Position: Econmics Instructor, Adjunct

Department: Academics

Reports To: Dean, Academic Operations, Policies, and Supports

 

Summary:

The Adjunct Economics Instructor will teach various Economic classes. Faculty at Louisburg College are expected to perform their duties as described in the job description, demonstrate a commitment to the College's mission, promote high ethical standards, and foster an atmosphere of collegiality. Faculty must also fulfill their responsibilities as established by Louisburg College, mandated by state and federal policy, and required by accreditation standards. This position is a 10-month, part-time position - August to May.

Essential Functions:

  • Teach a variety of Economic classes.

  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities

  • Willingness to assist students with learning disabilities or learning differences

  • Maintain scheduled office hours to assist students

  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Division Executive Director, the Dean of Operations, Vice President of Academic Life

Qualifications:

  • Requires a Master's degree with at least 18 graduate credits in Economics

  • Classroom teaching experience in higher education preferred but not required

  • Candidates will be required to successfully complete a background check

  • Successful experience working with diverse populations

  • Passion for learning and for seeking creative ways to teach students how to learn

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least three (3) professional references to Maleeka Love at mlove@louisburg.edu Position will remain open until filled. 

Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

Related by faith to The United Methodist Church, Louisburg College is committed to offering a supportive community which nurtures young men and women intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually. As a two-year residential institution, we provide a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to senior colleges and universities.

 

Position: Full-Time English Intructor

Department: Humanities

Reports To: Disivion Executive Director, Division of Humanities

 

Summary:

English faculty are primarily responsible for teaching English including composition and literature courses which are housed in the Humanities Division. Faculty at Louisburg College are responsible for advising, providing service to the College, and completing professional development in relation to their field of study. Faculty perform duties as described in the job description, demonstrate a commitment to the College's mission, promote high ethical standards, and foster an atmosphere of collegiality. In addition, all faculty members teach at least 15 credits per semester, 30 credits per year
and maintain the ability to teach undergraduate courses according to SACSCOC.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Promote and uphold the College's mission.

  • Maintain the ability to teach undergraduate courses according to SACSCOC.

  • Teach at least 15 credits per semester, 30 credits per year.

  • Advise students.

  • Provide active support for all planning, accreditation, and assessment tasks.

  • Participate in scheduled campus faculty development opportunities and workshops (including the Quality Enhancement Plan).

  • Support academic governance by serving on College committees and task forces.

  • Remain engaged in the campus community by supporting academic events, athletic events, convocations, faculty meetings, and the College’s chapel program.

  • Faculty may also be required to attend other academic events, at the request of the Vice President for Academic Life.

  • Maintain effective communication with the College via the Vice President of Academic Life.  During the academic year and summer, the official form of communication between the College and the faculty is via campus e-mail and it is important faculty check their campus email frequently.

  • Spend at least 30 hours each week on campus involved in providing effective, relevant instruction and performing other College responsibilities, while spending 10 hours each week on campus providing office hours to students.

  • Other duties, as assigned by the Vice President of Academic Life.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s degree in English and/or Communications or an appropriate closely related field; Doctorate preferred. Must have earned 18 graduate credits in English and/or Communications.

  • Meet the SACSCOC criteria for teaching undergraduate courses.

  • Documented effective, relevant teaching is required and work experience in higher education is preferred.

  • Documented experience working successfully within a diverse student body.

  • Technology experience required. Demonstrate proficiency in the following - Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.

  • Passion for learning and for seeking creative ways to teach students how to learn.

  • Evidence-based ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.

  • Excellent and effective communication, planning, organizational and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to pay attention to detail and accuracy required.

  • Ability to be sensitive and respond appropriately to the needs and concerns of students.

  • Foster and maintain a positive atmosphere to ensure all interactions are handled with the highest level of professionalism.  

  • Ability to work under pressure with a high tolerance for interruptions, and the ability to work with diverse groups of people.

  • Ability to multitask and be team-oriented.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality for sensitive information.

  • Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently.

  • The performance of some aspects of the position may require a non-traditional work schedule to include some early morning or evening hours, and occasional weekends.

 

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and contact information for at least two professional references to the mlove@louisburg.edu

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.

Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

Related by faith to The United Methodist Church, Louisburg College is committed to offering a supportive community which nurtures young men and women intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually. As a two-year residential institution, we provide a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to senior colleges and universities.

 

Position: Mathematics Faculty

Department: Mathematics

Reports To: Disivion Executive Director, Division of Science and Mathematics

 

Summary:

Mathematics faculty are primarily responsible for teaching Mathematics courses which are housed in the Division of Science and Mathematics. Faculty at Louisburg College are responsible for advising, providing service to the College, and completing professional development in relation to their field of study. Faculty perform duties as described in the job description, demonstrate a commitment to the College's mission, promote high ethical standards, and foster an atmosphere of collegiality. In addition, all faculty members teach at least 15 credits per semester, 30 credits per year and maintain the ability to teach undergraduate courses according to SACSCOC. 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Promote and uphold the College's mission.

  • Maintain the ability to teach undergraduate courses according to SACSCOC.

  • Teach at least 15 credits per semester, 30 credits per year.

  • Advise students.

  • Serve as Math Lab Tutor.

  • Support the mission of Louisburg College. 

  • Provide active support for all planning, accreditation, and assessment tasks. 

  • Participate in scheduled campus faculty development opportunities and workshops (including the Quality Enhancement Plan).

  • Support academic governance by serving on College committees and task forces.

  • Remain engaged in the campus community by supporting academic events, athletic events, convocations, faculty meetings, and the College's chapel program. 

  • Faculty may also be required to attend other academic events, at the request of the Vice President for Academic Life. 

  • Maintain effective communication with the College via the Vice President of Academic Life. During the academic year and summer, the official form of communication between the College and the faculty is via campus email and so it is important for the faculty to check and respond to their College email frequently. 

  • Spend at least 30 hours each week on campus involved in providing effective, relevant instruction and performing other College responsibilities, while spending 10 hours each week on campus providing office hours to students. 

  • Other duties, as assigned by the Vice President of Academic Life. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master's degree in Mathematics or an appropriate closely related field; Doctorate preferred. Must have earned 18 graduate credits of Mathematics courses.

  • Meet the SACSCOC criteria for teaching undergraduate courses. 

  • Documented effective, relevant teaching is required and work experience in higher education is preferred. 

  • Documented experience working successfully within a diverse student body. 

  • Technology experience required. Demonstrate proficiency in the following - Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.

  • Passion for learning and for seeking creative ways to teach students how to learn. 

  • Evidence-based ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.

  • Excellent and effective communication, planning, organizational and interpersonal skills. 

  • Ability to pay attention to detail and accuracy required. 

  • Ability to be sensitive and respond appropriately to the needs and concerns of students. 

  • Foster and maintain a positive atmosphere to ensure all interactions and handled with the highest level of professionalism. 

  • Ability to work under pressure with a high tolerance for interruptions, and the ability to work with diverse groups of people.

  • Ability to multitask and be team-oriented.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality for sensitive information.

  • Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently.

  • The performance of some aspects of the position may require a non-traditional work schedule to include some early morning or evening hours, and occasional weekends.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and contact information for at least two professional references to the Interim Vice President of Academic Life, Maleeka Love at mlove@louisburg.edu

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.

Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

Related by faith to The United Methodist Church, Louisburg College is committed to offering a supportive community which nurtures young men and women intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually. As a two-year residential institution, we provide a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to senior colleges and universities.

 

Position: Religion Faculty

Department: Humanities

Reports To: Disivion Executive Director, Division of Humanities

 

Summary:

Religion faculty are primarily responsible for teaching Religion courses which are housed in the Humanities Division. Faculty at Louisburg College are responsible for advising, providing service to the College, and completing professional development in relation to their field of study. Faculty perform duties as described in the job description, demonstrate a commitment to the College's mission, promote high ethical standards, and foster an atmosphere of collegiality. In addition, all faculty members teach at least 15 credits per semester, 30 credits per year and maintain the ability to teach undergraduate courses according to SACSCOC. 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Promote and uphold the College's mission.

  • Maintain the ability to teach undergraduate courses according to SACSCOC.

  • Teach at least 15 credits per semester, 30 credits per year.

  • Advise students.

  • Support the mission of Louisburg College. 

  • Provide active support for all planning, accreditation, and assessment tasks. 

  • Participate in scheduled campus faculty development opportunities and workshops (including the Quality Enhancement Plan).

  • Support academic governance by serving on College committees and task forces.

  • Remain engaged in the campus community by supporting academic events, athletic events, convocations, faculty meetings, and the College's chapel program. 

  • Faculty may also be required to attend other academic events, at the request of the Vice President for Academic Life. 

  • Maintain effective communication with the College via the Vice President of Academic Life. During the academic year and summer, the official form of communication between the College and the faculty is via campus email and so it is important for the faculty to check and respond to their College email frequently. 

  • Spend at least 30 hours each week on campus involved in providing effective, relevant instruction and performing other College responsibilities, while spending 10 hours each week on campus providing office hours to students. 

  • Other duties, as assigned by the Vice President of Academic Life. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master's degree in Religion or an appropriate closely related field; Doctorate preferred. Must have earned 18 graduate credits of Religion courses. 

  • Meet the SACSCOC criteria for teaching undergraduate courses. 

  • Documented effective, relevant teaching is required and work experience in higher education is preferred. 

  • Documented experience working successfully within a diverse student body. 

  • Technology experience required. Demonstrate proficiency in the following - Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.

  • Passion for learning and for seeking creative ways to teach students how to learn. 

  • Evidence-based ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.

  • Excellent and effective communication, planning, organizational and interpersonal skills. 

  • Ability to pay attention to detail and accuracy required. 

  • Ability to be sensitive and respond appropriately to the needs and concerns of students. 

  • Foster and maintain a positive atmosphere to ensure all interactions and handled with the highest level of professionalism. 

  • Ability to work under pressure with a high tolerance for interruptions, and the ability to work with diverse groups of people.

  • Ability to multitask and be team-oriented.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality for sensitive information.
  • Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently.
  • The performance of some aspects of the position may require a non-traditional work schedule to include some early morning or evening hours, and occasional weekends.

To Apply:

Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and contact information for at least two professional references to the Interim Vice President of Academic Life, Maleeka Love at mlove@louisburg.edu

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.

Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

Related by faith to The United Methodist Church, Louisburg College is committed to offering a supportive community which nurtures young men and women intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually. As a two-year residential institution, we provide a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to senior colleges and universities.