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Mount St. Joseph University is seeking a full-time, salaried, Payroll Coordinator to manage faculty, staff and student payroll function for the University and provide administrative support for various functions of the University’s Student Employment Program including the selection process and personnel records maintenance. Please read the complete job description.
Lab Coordinator - Nursing Skills Lab (75%, 9 Months/ Academic Year)
The Lab Coordinator - Nursing Skills Lab will coordinate the scheduling of hours of operation and laboratory learning activities with clinical course faculty; assist clinical faculty with supervision of students in scheduled laboratory learning activities; maintain records of laboratory use and budget; and oversight and maintenance of lab equipment. Please read the complete job description.
Coordinator of Annual Giving and Young Alumni Programs
Mount St. Joseph University is seeking the full-time, professional staff position of Coordinator of Annual Giving and Young Alumni Programs within the Division of Institutional Advancement. The Coordinator of Annual Giving and Young Alumni Programs is responsible for management of annual fund raising campaigns among the University’s non-corporate constituents; managing solicitation of prospects for gifts through phonathon, direct mail, and special solicitations; the continuous cultivation of young alumni and advising the Student Alumni Association. Please read the complete job description.
Program Coordinator - Grant Funded
Mount St. Joseph University is seeking a full-time, grant-funded position to facilitate Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops (OMIC) Cincinnati Internships & Co-op Plan from July 2014 – June 2016. The successful incumbent will work collaboratively with regional colleges/universities and existing CEEC team to increase experiential opportunities for current students. In addition, s/he will offer professional development advice to students by way of one-on-one career coaching, presentations, workshops, career programs, and classroom presentations; develop and grow relationships with employers; continuously support the Vision 2020 efforts, as career readiness is a key strategy for the institution; and collaborate with the staff with overall planning, problem solving, and programming. Please read the complete job description.