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  • Program Director/ Asst. or Assoc. Professor of Athletic Training (#105)

    Program Director/ Asst. or Assoc. Professor of Athletic Training (#105)

    August 19th, 2020

    Limestone University invites applications for the position of Program Director/Assistant or Associate Professor of Athletic Training.

    Position Summary

    The Program Director/Assistant or Associate Professor will be responsible for development of a Master of Athletic Training at Limestone University.  Once the program is established the Program Director will be responsible for the daily operation, organization, administration, general effectiveness, and supervision of the program which will be delivered in Day and Online Platforms.  In addition, the Program Director must demonstrate strong leadership skills and a commitment to developing quality academic programs.  Strategic planning, development, and accreditation work for athletic training is required.  The start date for this position is January 2021. 

    Key Job Accountabilities

    Program Leadership: Direct and lead the athletic training faculty to achieve program mission, goals and objectives, ensuring that curriculum development, instructional design and course syllabi are consistent with the catalog and expectations of the university.  Work with university officials to ensure the delivery of a high-quality athletic training program on all fronts (alumni relations, Online and Evening programs, marketing, admissions, advancement, etc.). Evaluate curriculums, pedagogical methods, clinical structures, lesson plans and texts.  Conduct staff and program meetings.  Create and maintain an organizational environment within the Athletic Training Program that encourages creative, productive, and cost-effective delivery of academic programs on and off campus. Serve as liaison between deans, academic chairs and faculty members of the program.

    Faculty/staff Supervision: Interview and select faculty and staff members in cooperation with School Dean and Provost and provide in-service training and professional development for instructors. Plan, assign, and evaluate work performance and address faculty and staff issues when they arise, making the proper reports to your supervisor.

    Clinical Management:  Plan for, schedule and develop contracts with clinical facilities for the implementation of the curriculum. Perform annual maintenance required to keep all clinical contracts and related affiliation agreements current, troubleshooting and solving student and faculty/staff problems when they arise. Maintain good working relations with all clinical affiliates and attend all meetings of clinical affiliates.

    Budget Management and Fundraising:  Work with supervisor to prepare budget and determine allocation of funds for faculty/staff, supplies and equipment and labs. Monitor expenditures.

    Professional Development:  Remain current in knowledge, skills and best practices in delivering a quality Athletic Training Program through attending conferences, classes, reading journals and independent study.  Maintain active membership in professional Athletic Training organizations.

    Teaching: Courses as assigned.

    Compliance:  Maintain CAATE accreditation.  Complete Annual Reports and other requested reports/rejoinders.  Identify needed revisions to program or area processes and procedures to ensure compliance with program certification, rules, regulations, guidelines, state and federal laws and university policies and procedures. Prepare reports and statistical information regarding the activities of the program assigned to the president, the administration, and community and/or the State of South Carolina.

    Assessment: Maintain program statistics. Complete program assessment reports.  Coordinate information retrieval, conduct research, compile data and prepare reports and presentations as required by the program or area assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications 

    • Possess a terminal degree (PhD/DAT) in Athletic Training or a related field
    • BOC certified athletic trainer for at least five years
    • Eligible for South Carolina State Certification. 
    • Previous experience in a CAATE-Accredited Athletic Training Program
    • A minimum of three years of experience in an administrative position. 
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Highly organized, and detail-oriented, with the ability to consistently multi-task.

    Interested candidates should complete the online application and upload a letter of application, resume/vita, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation.  You may direct inquiries to Dr. Brian Ameling, Dean of the School of Natural and Health Sciences at bameling [at] limestone.edu or by mail to Limestone University, 1115 College Drive, Gaffney, SC 29340.  *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application.  As part of the pre-employment process, the selected candidate must be willing to consent to and pass with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report. 

    Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE.

    Faculty Application
  • Online & Evening Adjunct Positions (#001 & #002)

    Online & Evening Adjunct Positions (#001 & #002)

    May 4th, 2020

    There are no current openings.

    Faculty Application
  • Adjunct Professors of Education (#101)

    Adjunct Professors of Education (#101)

    April 20th, 2020

    The Education Department seeks Adjunct Professors for Day courses in the fall and spring for the following courses. Candidates are required to have a minimum of a Masters degree in Education with 18 graduate hours in Education. For literacy courses, the candidate is required to have a minimum of a Masters degree in Education with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in Literacy coursework. Recent teaching experience in Elementary Education is preferred. Training in LiveText and BlackBoard will be required upon hire. Questions regarding the courses can be submitted to Dr. Virginia Scates, Elementary Education Program Coordinator at vscates [at] limestone.edu.

    Fall 2020

    ED200/200H: Principles of Education

    ED303: Teaching Reading: Instructional Practices

    ED312: Foundations of Reading

    Spring 2021

    ED200/200H: Principles of Education

    ED345: Methods of Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School

    ED346: Methods of Teaching Science in the Elementary School

    ED349: Methods of Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary School

    Interested candidates should complete the online application and upload a letter of application, resume/vita, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. You may direct inquiries to Dr. Betsy Witt, Dean of the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences at bwitt [at] limestone.edu or by mail to Limestone University, 1115 College Drive, Gaffney, SC 29340.   *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application.  As part of the pre-employment process, the selected candidate must be willing to consent to and pass with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report. 

    Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE

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  • Assistant Professor of Physical Education (#100)

    Assistant Professor of Physical Education (#100)

    April 15th, 2020

    Limestone University invites applications for the 9-month, tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Physical Education starting August 2020. The primary responsibilities of the person who occupies this position will include teaching undergraduate courses related to teacher preparation in physical education and supervising the Department’s student internship and field placement experiences.

    The Physical Education Teacher Education program at Limestone University is recognized by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation, the National Association of Sport and Physical Education, and the state of South Carolina. The position also includes committee work, student advising, student recruitment and other contributions to the academic life of The University. A Doctorate in Physical Education Pedagogy, college teaching experience and public school teaching experience in this area are required.

    Interested candidates should complete the online application and upload a letter of application, resume/vita, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. You may direct inquiries to Dr. Betsy Witt, Dean of the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences at bwitt [at] limestone.edu or by mail to Limestone University, 1115 College Drive, Gaffney, SC 29340. *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application. As part of the pre-employment process, the selected candidate must be willing to consent to and pass with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report.

    Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE

    Faculty Application

Staff/Administration Positions

  • Asst. Cheerleading Coach (#841)

    Asst. Cheerleading Coach (#841)

    September 14th, 2020

    Limestone University, a Division II college, invites applications for the full-time, 12-month position of Assistant Cheerleading Coach.

    Job Overview - The successful candidate will assist with the facilitation of all aspects of the program including, but limited to the following:

    • Assist with the recruiting process of prospective student athletes. Assist them with required information for admission to the school. Provide continuing conversations and contacts to prospective student/athletes. Guide them through the enrollment process. Coordinate the process for signing each athlete’s letter of intent once they commit to LU. Recruit student athletes that are a “good fit” with the University as well as to the athletic team. Meet enrollment targets including the retention of student athletes.
    • Assist with supervision and training of cheerleading team members during athletic sporting events (home and away football games during the fall semester, men’s and women’s home basketball games during the spring semester).
    • Possess knowledge of rules, regulations, strategies & techniques of the sport and utilize ethics in coaching techniques and in injury prevention.
    • Ability to teach collegiate level stunt skills to athletes including elite stunts, 2 ½ high pyramids, inverted/twisting baskets, and other elite college level cheer skills.
    • Assist with instruction of tumbling technique and ability to provide hands-on spotting to athletes (beginner to advanced twisting skills).
    • Assist with the facilitation of team member development, oversee academic progress and enhancement of student-athletes, and other duties needed to continue the success of the program.
    • Additional duties to be assigned by the head coach

    Requirements A Bachelor’s degree is required along with a commitment to and responsibility for adhering to all rules and regulations of Limestone University. Candidates must have previous successful coaching or instruction experience. AACCA Certification is desired. Experience as a collegiate cheerleader or a strong background in cheerleading/gymnastics is required. The selected candidate must be willing to consent to, and pass with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report.

    Applicants should complete the online application and upload a cover letter and resume.  If you have additional questions regarding the position, you may direct them to Chad Butler at cbutler [at] limestone.edu. *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application.

    Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE

    Staff/Admin Application
  • Database Administrator (#840)

    Database Administrator (#840)

    August 27th, 2020

    The IT Department at Limestone University has an opening for the position of Database Administrator.

    PRIMARY PURPOSE:

    The Database Administrator supports and maintains the Jenzabar EX ERP System and related SQL databases with web components on Windows Operating server and client systems. The DBA skills must also include excellent customer support along with servant leadership, which supports the Mission, Vision and Goals of Limestone University.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    1. Manage all aspects of the Jenzabar application and databases including Jenzabar Internet Campus Solution (JICS) portal, InfoMaker 12.5 reporting tool, PowerFAIDS and other supporting software solutions.
    2. Review patches, features and upgrades related to Jenzabar and apply them as needed.
    3. Manages database user accounts for setup, policy, security, and access.
    4. Recommends, implements, and assists users on new modules for process improvements and efficiencies.
    5. Reviews current practices for accuracy, efficiency, and improvements.
    6. Recommends, develops, and modifies standards, policies, procedures, and technical documentation.
    7. Fulfills end-user request for program changes and provides training as needed.
    8. Serves as principal database expert providing advice for customer needs.
    9. Serves at the primary technical liaison to Jenzabar and other institutions using Jenzabar.
    10. Works with other members of IT regarding server OS maintenance and upgrade needs of Jenzabar systems.
    11. Works collaboratively with customers to plan goals and priorities of Jenzabar ERP systems.
    12. Works collaboratively with owners of JRM and Blackboard for updates to student accounts.
    13. Maintains high-level of customer service in dealing with and responding to end-user requests.
    14. Perform other duties as assigned.

    RECOMMENDED SKILLS/COMPETENCIES:

    1. Ability to effectively work and communicate with and train people with varying degrees of technical experience and knowledge.
    2. Ability to work a flexible schedule to accommodate work requirements.
    3. Up to date on the trends, developments, best practices in database technology.
    4. Ability to work independently to manage and complete projects.
    5. Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
    6. Able to use advanced logical, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
    7. Ability to prioritize, plan and organize multiple tasks to meet deadlines.
    8. Knowledge of industry database best practices.
    9. Exemplifies the desired values and cultural principles of the University.
    10. Collaborative attitude with the ability to effectively support and encourage colleagues.
    11. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with both internal and external constituents.
    12. Exceptional organizational, prioritization, attention to detail and follow-up skills.
    13. Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.

    EDUCATION:

    1. A Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution is required.

    ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS:

    1. Advance knowledge of Windows OS and SQL database environments.
    2. Experience to support SQL knowledge needed for position.
    3. Working familiarity with data warehousing techniques and tools.
    4. Must have successful completion of criminal background record, driving record (as applicable), and reference checks.

    Applicants should complete the online application and submit a cover letter with a resume.  If you have additional questions regarding the position, you may direct them to Jim Long at jlong [at] limestone.edu. *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application.

    Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE

     

    Staff/Admin Application
  • Campus Safety Lieutenant (#839)

    Campus Safety Lieutenant (#839)

    August 27th, 2020

    The Office of Campus Safety at Limestone University has an opening for the position of Campus Safety Lieutenant. This position reports directly to the Chief of Campus Safety.

    Position Summary: The Lieutenant assists and supports the Chief of Campus Safety in varied department duties by ensuring compliance with University policies, local, state, and federal laws and overseeing a host of operational and administrative strategies to maximize safety and security in and around the University community. As part of the Department of Campus Safety Command Team, manages department operational and/or administrative personnel and duties as assigned. Employs appropriate organizational leadership strategies to train/mentor department staff and hold them accountable to department/University policies, procedures, and directives. Responds appropriately to emergency/crisis calls to protect persons or property from crimes or other hazards. When necessary, respond to after-hours to exigent/crisis situations requiring Command Team intervention. Work various shifts as assigned including nights and weekend when required. Collaborate/communicate with a variety of internal and external stakeholders on issues of mutual interest. Serve as an effective, positive liaison between the Department of Campus Safety and all internal/external stakeholders. *Limestone Campus Safety will be transitioning to a split department consisting of both security and sworn law enforcement officers. The candidate must be willing to and be able to transition into a sworn law enforcement officer position if requested level 1 or level 3 position*

    The department operates on 12-hour shifts, providing service 24/7. Additional hours may be assigned for working special events and athletic games. The proposed Lieutenant hours are 8-hour shifts, overlapping day and night shift supervision (hours may vary)

    Subject to a 90 Day Probationary Period

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    Characteristic Duties

    • Provide executive assistance to the Chief of Campus Safety.
    • Enforces University policies, regulations, and municipal, state, and federal laws. Assist local law enforcement as necessary. Must adhere to the Limestone University Mission Statement and philosophy.
    • Attends to emergency requests as they arise; renders on site emergency assistance as required with specified protocol and procedure.
    • Assist with the day-to-day management of the Campus Safety Department.
    • Direct and control personnel under command to assure the proper performance of duties and adherence to established rules, regulations, policies, and patrol procedures.
    • Direct the patrol of University property, apprehension of suspects, and recommendations of the disposition of cases of crimes or incidents against the University community.
    • Oversee follow-up investigations to on campus criminal activity, and University Student Policy violations.
    • Observe, collect, preserve, file reports, and record physical and oral evidence of crimes and incidents committed on University property.
    • Provide assurance that department equipment, supplies, and materials assigned to the command are correctly used, inventoried and maintained.
    • Plan and direct a comprehensive program for the department; train in duties and report writing and supervise all personnel.
    • Directly supervises department employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.
    • Responsibilities may include interviewing, hiring and training employees, planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
    • Assist with the Annual Security Report per the Jeanne Clery Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act requirements and compliance.
    • May be assigned to any shift, which could include working nights, early morning, holidays, weekends, and special events as determined by leadership.
    • Work collaboratively with campus partners.
    • Contribute daily to community relations and outreach initiatives.
    • Deliver customer-based services to faculty, staff, students and visitors and ensure continuous improvement.
    • Informs the Chief of any unusual situations or circumstances that come to their attention
    • Patrols assigned areas making inquiries and inspection oriented towards protecting of life and property, preventing crime and accidents (Patrols include both foot and vehicle)
    • Accurately completes all necessary administrative forms and reports
    • Enforces University parking and traffic regulations by the issuance of parking and traffic citations
    • Diffuses difficult situations and will accompany unauthorized individuals off University owned and controlled property
    • Makes crucial decisions under stress, and is held accountable for the end result
    • Determines “probable cause” and makes arrests of individuals in compliance with South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and department policy
    • Determines when, and under what circumstances, to use non-lethal or deadly force
    • May be subjected to bodily harm with the possibility of loss of life
    • May be subjected to public criticism and social pressures that create stress
    • May encounter both health and safety hazards
    • Testifies clearly and truthfully during campus conduct hearings and/or court proceedings
    • Provides emergency first aid to injured or ill person(s) and assists in the transportation of these persons when necessary
    • Admits authorized person(s) into locked buildings, facilities and rooms during business and non-business hours
    • Responds to building alarms
    • Responds to calls for assistance
    • Provides basic information, direction and assistance to University personnel, students and visitors
    • Must maintain a high standard of professionalism in representation of the University including confidentiality in all aspects of the position.
    • Must work cooperatively with team members and colleagues while promoting a positive and productive environment.
    • Moderate physical labor may be required on occasion and working outside in adverse weather conditions is common.
    • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, to walk up and down stairs, and to walk or stand for extended periods.
    • Perform other duties as assigned under the guidance of the Chief

    Competencies: Must be able to give and take directions under stress. Working knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures and ability to use in varied situations. Act as a Lead by guiding the work of others who perform essentially the same work. Successfully pass the SC Criminal Justice Academy as a level 1 or level 3 officer.

    Qualifications:

    Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age (SLED REQUIREMENT); Associates Degree- 2 years of higher ed min ( years of LE experience may be considered in lieu of higher ed); 5 years of law enforcement/Security experience, with a minimum of 2 years of supervisory or investigative experience. Far visual acuity of at least 20/30 in each eye with or without corrective lenses; Vision capable of distinguishing basic color groups against a favorable background; A current and valid Driver’s License or the ability to obtain one before appointment; the ability to obtain SLED Certification or currently have obtained SLED Certification in Armed Security.  Ability to maintain the requirements set forth in Article 9, Chapter 73, S.C. Code of Regulations (73-400 to 73-422). South Carolina Law Enforcement Division; Proficiency utilizing a computer with Microsoft Word and Excel software; Excellent written and verbal communication skills; The ability to meet and maintain the firearms qualification standards of the Limestone University Campus Safety Department and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division. The ability to successfully meet and maintain the physical fitness standards of Limestone University Campus Safety (& SCCJA); As a part of the pre-employment process, the selected candidate must be willing to consent to and pass with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report, SLED background and pre-employment drug screen and driver’s license check.

    Education and/or Experience: Associates Degree or Higher

    Physical Demands: Must be able to stand or sit for long periods of time. Climb stairs and work in the night time.

    Work Environment: Primarily outdoors  winter and summer.

    Applicants should complete the online application and submit a cover letter with resume.  If you have additional questions regarding the position, you may direct them to William Petty at wpetty [at] limestone.edu. *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application.

    Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE

    Staff/Admin Application
  • Director of the Christian Education and Leadership Program/Chaplain (#837)

    Director of the Christian Education and Leadership Program/Chaplain (#837)

    August 5th, 2020

    Limestone University is a private, non-denominational Christian, four-year liberal arts institution with an increasing graduate and online student population. Founded in 1845, Limestone College opened as the first women’s college in South Carolina and began admitting men in the early 1900’s. Limestone College officially became Limestone University on July 1, 2020. The mission of Limestone University is to educate students from diverse backgrounds in the liberal arts and selected professional disciplines. Limestone’s main campus is located in Gaffney, South Carolina nestled among the rolling hills of the Piedmont region. Gaffney is within an hour’s drive of the Greenville/Spartanburg and Charlotte metropolitan areas.

    With a growing enrollment of over 3,000 students, Limestone is one of the three largest private institutions in South Carolina. The faculty and staff, academic and co-curricular programs, financial resources, and support services are dedicated to an educational experience that upholds high academic standards and fosters respect for learning, beauty, creativity, hard work, tolerance, personal integrity, vigorous activity, and spiritual reflection. By providing degree programs throughout South Carolina and with on-line programs, Limestone University offers opportunities for personal and professional growth to individuals who may find access to higher education difficult.

    Founded in 2000, the Christian Education and Leadership Program (CELP) is uniquely Limestone, engaging students in an accountable discipleship program in which they commit themselves to a consistent regimen of devotion, prayer, study, and service, including mission trips, with a priority comparable to that given to their academic or athletic commitments. Since its establishment in 2000, CELP has awarded over $1.35 million dollars in scholarships and other aid to 465 students committed to development and growth as Christian leaders, and has delivered over $1,000,000 of relief to impoverished children and families in Brazil, Zimbabwe, and Belize, as well as giving thousands of hours each year in mission service to the Gaffney community.

    The Position:

    Reporting to the University Provost, the Director of the Christian Education and Leadership Program/Chaplain provides opportunities for students of various denominational groups to participate in leadership initiatives and academic opportunities that deepen or help them find their faith in Christ. The Director/Chaplain will also serve as liaison to local churches and will work to involve area churches in the campus religious activities for students, staff, and faculty. The Director/Chaplain develops and coordinates campus worship opportunities; promotes student missions and service work; assists in curriculum and program development; and plans, promotes, and is active in the religious and social activities of students.

     

    The Director/Chaplain chairs the Advisory Committee that makes recommendations about the CELP program offerings, the guidelines for admission into the program, and the scholarship awards. This position also assists the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ), and other clubs and organizations that support student development. The Director/Chaplain provides general leadership and oversight for the department budget, strategic planning, programs, and events.

     

    Qualifications:

    A master of divinity degree or related degree and/or ordination in a Christian denomination, as well as progressive experience working with college-level students in higher education, is required. Other preferred qualifications include an emphasis on Christian counseling and strong Christian leadership skills; visionary thinking and planning/organization skills; the ability to work collaboratively with students, faculty and staff; the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with students, with an emphasis on dynamic communication and collaboration; demonstrated problem-solving and strategic visioning skills; and a demonstrated personal and professional commitment to diversity and inclusion.

     

    Application and Nomination:

    Review of applications will begin August 25, 2020 and continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Laura Puckett-Boler at lpb [at] spelmanjohnson.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

     

    Limestone University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.  

    Staff/Admin Application
  • Director of Community Values (#836)

    Director of Community Values (#836)

    July 31st, 2020

    Limestone University, located in Gaffney, SC, invites applications for the full-time position of Director of Community Values. This 12-month position reports directly to the Associate Provost of Student Success.

    Position Summary:  The Director of Community Values strives to create a fair and just community by promoting student responsibility, accountability, and civility. The Director fosters a foundation of support, restorative practices, and encouragement for all students with particular emphasis on developing campus policies and procedures to improve the overall student experience. The Director will seek innovative ways to educate students on their rights and responsibilities as members of an academic community and to help students develop the decision-making skills necessary to act with personal and social responsibility.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Facilitate a positive campus culture by providing leadership in the development and assessment of University student conduct and by creating educational programs that facilitate understanding of school policies
    • Organize programming initiatives that support residential and commuter student development 
    • Administer all aspects of the student conduct process, including conducting the investigations, adjudicating the cases, and following up on the sanctions for reports submitted by students, staff, and faculty.
    • Facilitate the selection and training for the hearing board committee members and prepare and maintain accurate and thorough records on all judicial cases
    • Serve as the Title IX Deputy Coordinator and oversee related investigations of complex alleged violations of the code of conduct, including sexual harassment/misconduct and discrimination
    • Compile and provide information for compliance-related reports (such as the University’s Annual Security Report, coordinated by Campus Safety)
    • Advise and support students regarding behavioral issues and other concerns impacting student success and well-being. 
    • Guide students in conflict resolution and inclusivity, particularly in terms of interacting with their peers
    • Serve as an advocate for commuter students including support and education of commuter students on off-campus rights and responsibilities
    • Maintain consistent communication with Campus Safety department to ensure a strong relationship between policy enforcement and the student disciplinary process and to maintain healthy relationships between students and safety staff
    • Operate as an active member of the Division of Student Success, working closely with other departments/entities (e.g., Student Enrichment and Academic Support) to collaborate on student programs of broader interests, community building, and leadership development
    • Advise members of the Student Government Association in the management of activities, programs, policies, and initiatives
    • Maintain positive working relationships with external agencies and organizations including but not limited to Cherokee County Police and emergency services
    • Serve as an on-call staff member to assist with the management of high crisis situations for students on campus.

    Education and Experience:

    • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Higher Education Administration, or related field is required;
    • Five years of experience in higher education with a minimum of two years working with students in the student conduct and Title IX setting

    Applicants should complete the online application and upload a letter of interest and resume. The selected candidate must be willing to consent to, and pass with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report. Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application. If you have additional questions regarding the position, you may direct them to Stacey Mason, Associate Provost for Student Success, at smason [at] limestone.edu.

    Limestone College is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE

    Staff/Admin Application
  • Instructional Designer (#821)

    Instructional Designer (#821)

    June 6th, 2020

    Limestone University is a private, co-educational, liberal arts institution of higher education located in Gaffney, SC.  On July 1, 2020, the institution’s name will change to Limestone University as it continues to expand master’s degree program offerings that support professional studies and development.

    The Instructional Designer will report to the Director of the Center for Teaching, Learning and Innovation.  This position works collaboratively with administrative and faculty leadership teams to provide training and coaching in the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of face-to-face, online, and hybrid course delivery methodologies. Coordinate, facilitate, and provide online course development services and faculty training.

    Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Collaborate with faculty to enhance courses in face-to-face, hybrid, and online formats.
    • Provide hands-on instruction assisting faculty in development of course materials, assignments, and interactive activities for hybrid or online courses.
    • Work with divisions to increase their online presence with quality hybrid and online courses.
    • Train faculty in course design and online instruction; mentor faculty in the effective use of an online learning management system (LMS) for delivery of face-to-face, hybrid, and online instruction.
    • Assist the Faculty Development Committee in providing workshops on active learning techniques. Designs and conducts faculty development programs, including faculty learning communities, workshops, and seminars.
    • Foster collaborative partnerships with academic units, faculty leaders, and individual faculty in the design and planning of courses, learning environments, and experimental learning.
    • Engage in professional development and conduct research on educational technology. Research current trends, issues, and developments with instructional design and innovative pedagogies. Share results and information with faculty.
    • Conduct live and online training in various educational topics for faculty and staff.
    • Develop and facilitate Blackboard training for faculty and students.
    • Support the value of the institution: diversity, teaching excellence, student success, innovation and creativity, and service.
    • Support the Director of the Center for Teaching, Learning and Innovation.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s (or higher) degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Technology, or related degree
    • Three (3) years of instructional design or related experience
    • Demonstrated experience with learning management systems
    • Demonstrated knowledge and application of accessibility compliance standards and Universal Design principles in designing and delivering learning in various formats
    • Experience working with diverse populations to achieve goals
    • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
    • Must be available to work evenings and weekends as needed

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Two (2) years of teaching higher education online
    • Experience with Blackboard

    Interested candidates should complete the on-line application at www.limestone.edu/jobs and upload a letter of application, resume/vita, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation.  If you have additional questions regarding the position, you may direct them to Dr. Monica Baloga, Provost, at mbaloga [at] limestone.edu.  Limestone University, 1115 College Drive, Gaffney, SC 29340.  As a part of the pre-employment process, the selected candidate must be willing to consent to, and pass, with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report.  

    Limestone University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.              

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  • Campus Security Officer-Part Time and Full Time options

    Campus Security Officer-Part Time and Full Time options

    Job Overview - The Office of Campus Security at Limestone University has an opening for the position of Campus Security Officer.This position reports directly to the Chief of Campus Security.  Duties include patrolling campus, screening visitors and other activities related to the safety and security of College property, employees, and community. Maintains order and prevents the unlawful use of force or violence, or any unlawful conduct on campus; enforces federal and state laws as well as county and city ordinances, and College rules and regulations.

    Requirements - Minimum Education of a High School Diploma or GED; Preferred Education - Associate's Degree; Preferred Experience - 2 years; Minimum Age: 21 (SLED requirement); As a part of the pre-employment process, the selected candidate must be willing to consent to and pass with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer reportApplicants should complete the online application (link below) and upload a cover letter and resume.If you have additional questions regarding the position, you may direct them to Bill Petty at wpetty [at] limestone.edu. *Resumes may not be submitted in lieu of the application.Limestone University is an equal opportunity employer. AA/EOE

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