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The Southeastern Oklahoma State University Aviation Sciences Institute invites applications for an Aircraft Technician position in the Aviation Department at the Durant, Oklahoma campus.

SUMMARY

The Aircraft Technician reports to the Lead Technician and Director for Maintenance and performs preventative maintenance, maintenance, minor and major alterations, and rebuilding of an aircraft, airframe, piston-engine, propeller, appliance, part and component, and approve for return to service.                       

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensure that all maintenance performed is in a cost conscious and safe manner with the primary concern being the well-being of all personnel utilizing SE aircraft.
  • Exercise privileges as authorized by the Administrator under FAR Part 65.81, 65.85, 68.87 and 65.95.
  • Perform maintenance under the rules as prescribed under FAR Part 43.1, 43.2, 43.3.43.5, 43.7, 43.9, 43.11, 43.13, 43.15, 43.17, Appendix A, Appendix B, Appendix C, Appendix D, Appendix E and Appendix F as required by FAR Part 91, Subpart C and Subpart E.
  • To assist in researching, complying with and appropriately logging all applicable Airworthiness Directives as prescribed by FAR Part 39 for all aircraft, engines, propellers, appliances, avionics, parts and components.
  • To assist in researching complying with and appropriately logging all applicable Service Letters, Service information Letters, Service Bulletins and Critical Service Bulletins as they pertain to aircraft, engines, propellers, avionics, appliances, parts and components.
  • To assist in ensuring all log book entries required by FAR Part 43.9 and FAR 43.11 are completed after maintenance prior to return to service.
  • To assist in ensuring the proper content and disposition of work orders after maintenance is performed.
  • To direct and supervise the duties of aircraft maintenance, maintenance support and line crew personnel.
  • To provide OJT to maintenance personnel.
  • When necessary to complete maintenance in an accommodating manner may be required to work after hours.
  • Required to be on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week except when previously arranged with Director of Maintenance or the Lead Aircraft Technician for emergency purposes.
  • All other duties as assigned by the Director of Aviation Department or Director of Maintenance.
  • To act as the Assistant Director of Maintenance in the Director and Lead Technician’s absence.

WORKING CONDITIONS & JOB HAZARDS

  • When necessary to conduct maintenance outside SE’s facilities will be exposed to the prevailing conditions.
  • May be required to conduct maintenance in close proximity to engine and propeller while engine is running.
  • Working with noxious and carcinogenic materials and chemicals
  • Working with rotating machinery, power tools and high pressure gasses.
  • Working with and in close proximity to power tools in potentially confined areas.
  • Working in extremely confined areas.
  • Lifting heavy objects.

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE

  • REQUIRED TRAINING IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
    • LICENSES: Minimum Airframe and Power Plant
    • TRAINING IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
      • Minimum of 1900 hours of instruction at an approved 141 school and receive a passing grade on written, oral and practical exams.
      • Minimum of 30 months working under the supervision of an A & P Mechanic and receiving passing grades on written, oral, and practical exams.
  • REQUIRED: High School Diploma
  • PREFERRED: Inspection authority, 2+ years’ of experience in Aviation; Associate’s Degree or Bachelors of Science Degree

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. To apply send a completed Application of Staff Employment, letter of application, resume, and copy of all applicable certificates and licenses, unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended  and three letters of recommendations to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Blvd.
Durant, OK 74701
Email to hr@se.edu. SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

Assistant Athletics Director/External Operations Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s department of Athletics invites applications for the position of Assistant Athletics Director/External Operations.

SUMMARY

The employee will work under the supervision of the Director of Athletics and will coordinate/supervise marketing, promotions, branding, game operations, social media, community engagement activities, corporate sponsorship relations and assist with special events within the department of athletics.  Hours are atypical but flexible.  He/she will work together with the Director of Athletics to increase external revenue.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop and execute an effective marketing and business plan for the department of athletics within the University’s marketing plan.
  • Develops, implements, and oversees short and long-term marketing strategies designed to enhance overall campus support of Athletics as wells as positively position the Athletics department to the public in an effort to ensure a consistent and positive message.
  • Develops and implements short and long-term media relations plans for Athletic events (media guides, game programs, and other appropriate publications). 
  • Coordinate production in association with University Marketing for all athletic publications or materials.
  • Ensure a cohesive approach to branding initiatives and awareness.
  • Supervise game day environment for all sports.
  • Oversee all social media accounts for the department of athletics.
  • Assist the Director of Athletics in gaining new sponsors and increasing external revenue: formulation and implementation of communication and public relations strategy, vision and philosophy; creating external operations strategic plans for fundraising and marketing; long-term financial insight and forecasting; building community relationships that lead to revenue generation; solicits and secures corporate support, etc.
  • Manages football game day logistics to include 3rd party interests and people with a vested interest in the football game day experience.
  • Works closely with University Marketing to ensure consistent use of University identity/brand identity.
  • Maintains awareness of trends in communication and social media.
  • Other duties as assigned by Director of Athletics.

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment. 
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree required preferably in Marketing, Sports Marketing, Sports Administration or closely related field.  Master’s degree required in Sports Administration or Marketing or closely related field.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in Sports Administration or External Operations.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send a completed Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended ( If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire) to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Boulevard, Durant, OK 74701 or email to hr@se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.
SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu 

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Athletics department invites applications for the position of Assistant Basketball Coach.

SUMMARY

Works under the direct supervision of the Head Women’s Basketball Coach in coaching, recruiting and monitoring academic success of the student-athletes within the program.  Is subject to other coaching assignments/department responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Athletics.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • develop and maintain a successful Women’s Basketball program that reflects quality, integrity, character and competiveness
  • comply with all University, GAC, and NCAA rules/policies
  • recruit and coach student-athletes
  • promote and monitor academic success of student-athletes
  • assist in the supervision of practices
  • assist in the development of game plans
  • assist in leading the Women’s Basketball program to reflect high standards of integrity and promote student-athlete success on and off the field

Other duties related to the overall success of the Women’s Basketball program as assigned by the Head Women’s Basketball Coach or Director of Athletics

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment. 
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

Required:  Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation or closely related field.

Preferred:  Coaching experience at one or more NCAA institutions, knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations, teaching at the University level.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send an Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended ( If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire) to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Blvd.
Durant, OK 74701
Email to hr@se.edu. SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

Athletics Operations Manager Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Athletics department invites applications for the position of Athletics Operations Manager.

SUMMARY

The position of Athletics Operations Manager encompasses all aspects related to business transactions within the Department of Athletics. The Athletics Operations Manager will assist and support the Director of Athletics in day to day business activities associated with the 15 programs in the Department. Summary of duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

· Assistant Financial Officer

· Student Worker Coordinator

· Game Day Ticket Coordinator

· Human Resource Liaison

· Assist with Special Events

· Game Day duties as assigned

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Office Manager

· Track by sport recruiting fuel, medical expenses, postage, telephone and printing

· Process all key request, computer request, email request, phone request

· Works with other Departments on campus to process necessary documents as needed, Food Services, Resident Life, Student Affairs

· Supervise Athletic Department student worker

· Answers general questions related to all areas of Athletic Department to visitors

Department Travel Coordinator

· Prepare purchase orders for all charter and rental needs for team travel

· Process student group travel requests and reconcile expenses, post trip

· Ensure Motor Pool receives all sport travel schedules for away competition and assignment of vehicles for team travel

· Process team travel and travel advance requests

Financial Officer

· Complete report for audits as needed (EADA, NCAA Audit, etc.)

· Invoice all Corporate Sponsorships

· Deposit/Code Athletic revenue into proper accounts, gate receipts, fund raising, donations etc…

· Process all purchase orders/invoices for all Athletic programs

· Manage Departmental credit cards for all programs including operations, subscriptions and medical expenses

· Process payments for memberships, subscriptions and dues

· Track internal real time budget

· Code all transactions in payment

· Submit all transactions for 15 programs to finance office at months’ end

· Reconcile all supporting documentation for departmental, team travel and medical expenses to charges on statement

· Code all credit card transactions for each program

· Reconcile receipts to charges on the statement

· Maintain budgets for 15 foundation accounts by making deposits and processing check request as needed

· Make budget adjustments as needed under the direction of the Director of Athletics for 30 plus accounts

· Prepare each account for new fiscal year

· Communicate budget issues to Director of Athletics

Student Worker Coordinator

· Assist in securing student workers for game day activities

· Process all student work related paper work HR

· Maintain student work budget

· Assist in scheduling of student workers for game day and special events

Game Day Ticket Manager

· Order admission tickets for all revenue programs and special events

· Schedule workers for Game Day ticket booth

· Process request for Game Day money bags

· Prepare money bags for Game Day/Special Events

· Deposit Game Day Revenue in appropriate accounts, gate receipts and concessions

· Oversee Game Day Ticket Booth workers

Human Resource Liaison

· Process all transaction forms for full-time, part-time and graduate assistants as well as special event workers

· Process employee request forms and ads for open positions

· Process termination forms as needed

· Assist in setting up necessary appointments for employees and HR

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED:

College course work and knowledge of public school or preferably college athletics. Excellent written and oral communication skill, ability to work evenings and weekends as needed, engaging welcoming personality, ability to work with public and field general questions regarding Department of Athletics, ability to multi-task, initiative, high level of computer skills and ability to maintain confidentiality.

PREFERRED: Bachelor’s Degree in Business related field with specific experience in Athletics.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send an Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended ( If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire) to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Blvd.
Durant, OK 74701 Email to hr@se.edu. SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

Custodian Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University Custodial Services seeks applications for the position of Custodian.

SUMMARY

This is routine manual work in the custodial care of University buildings and premises.  An employee in this position performs cleaning and minor maintenance work in buildings and on adjacent premises.  Employees are responsible for the use of proper methods and materials in cleaning these buildings and premises.  Work may involve the moving and lifting of heavy equipment (up to 50 lbs.)  and or furniture.  The ability to maneuver through a multi-story building without the use of an elevator is required.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

(Note:  The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is related or a logical assignment to the position.)

  • Sweeps, mops and scrubs floors; waxes and polishes floors and furniture; dusts furniture, cleans lavatories and replaces lavatory supplies; disposes of waste paper; washes windows.
  • Replaces light bulbs; makes simple repairs to buildings and cleaning equipment; reports damages to supervisor of equipment that requires repairs.
  • Moves furniture and equipment; delivers supplies and runs errands.
  • Obtains cleaning supplies and equipment as needed.
  • Unlock and lock interior doors daily.
  • Reports any problems or malfunctions to the buildings or equipment to the maintenance supervisor.
  • Attends email and electronic timesheet training offered/required as needed.
  • Performs other duties as required.

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment.
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned.

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED:

Ability to read and understand labels, MSDS sheets, department directives and written instructions. Experience in instructional cleaning, including equipment operation.

PREFERRED:

High School diploma or GED and computer experience with Microsoft Outlook and Excel.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. To apply send a completed Application for Staff Employment to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Boulevard, Durant, OK 74701 or email to hr@se.edu
SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

Head Men’s Golf Coach Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Athletics department invites applications for the position of Head Men’s Golf Coach. This position is a part-time position. 

SUMMARY

The Head Men’s Golf Coach, working under the supervision of the Director of Athletics, is responsible for planning and managing a successful University Men’s Golf Program that reflects Quality, Integrity, Character and Competitiveness. A commitment to excellence in coaching and community relations is expected, as head coaches represents the Department of Athletics and the university in its overall promotion and public relations efforts.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Organize and administer all aspects of operating a successful Men’s Golf program that reflects quality, integrity, character and competiveness.
  • Comply with all University, GAC, and NCAA rules/policies.
  • Recruit and coach student-athletes.
  • Promote and monitor academic and athletic success of student-athletes; proven student-athlete skill development.
  • Develop a playing schedule.
  • Make all team travel arrangements.
  • Supervise playing and practice season workouts.
  • Plan and coordinate fundraisers for the Men’s Golf program.
  • Sound fiscal planning and budget management for the Men’s Golf Program.
  • Supervise, manage, and evaluate all personnel identified within the Men’s Golf program.
  • Adheres to university policies and procedures, including branding and appropriate use of effective social media.
  • Lead the Men’s Golf program to reflect high standards of integrity and promote student-athlete success on and off the court.   
  • Agrees to operate in accordance with university, conference and NCAA rules and regulations. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned.  

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment. 
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED: Bachelor’s Degree with adequate professional preparation for successful coaching and team management. Excellent organizational and administrative skills required.  Successful candidate must possess the ability to establish effective relationships with all constituent groups associated with the program.  

PREFERRED: Master’s Degree is highly desired. Experience as a head men’s golf coach at some level.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send an Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended ( If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire) to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Attention: Keith Baxter
425 W. University Blvd.
Durant, OK 74701
Email to kbaxter@se.edu  SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

Housing Operations Coordinator Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University Housing and Residence Life Department invites applications for the position of Housing Operations Coordinator.

SUMMARY

The Housing Operations Coordinator (HOC) is a full time, twelve-month, professional staff position in the Housing and Residence Life Department. The HOC reports to the Director of Housing and Residence Life (DHRL) and is responsible for assisting the DHRL with administrative and operational functions of the department. The HOC will work closely with the DHRL and other professional staff to create an administratively efficient program that encompasses administrative policies and procedures, marketing, room assignments, and future program development, in addition to other administrative and departmental needs.  The HOC participates in the on-call supervisory rotation. This position may require periodic evening, weekend, and/or holiday responsibilities, is considered essential personnel, and may be required to work during critical situations. Optional live-on potential.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assists in formulating, interpreting and implementing departmental operating policies, procedures, practices, and protocols.
  • Involved in research, development, implementation and assessment of long term and short term department goals/initiatives.  
  • Carries out major assignments in the delivery of a comprehensive Housing and Residence Life Department in a system of up to 700 students living on campus, including, but not limited to 
    • Leadership in researching, selecting, training and implementation of various software (Colleague, StarRez, other software programs as appropriate.)
    • Room assignments and room change process, tracking occupancy, and related analysis.
    • Marketing, including social media and webpage management
  • Participate in department on-call rotation. Must be able to respond within 10 minutes to critical situations when on-call.  
  • Provides consultation and advice to the DHRL, and other University Administrators, as needed.
  • Represents the HRL department and University, as needed.
  • Serves on Department and/or University Committees, as appropriate.
  • Considered essential personnel for critical and emergency situations.
  • Additional tasks as assigned. 

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment. 
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree. Demonstrated analytical, written and oral communication, and interpersonal skills. Attention to detail. Ability and willingness to work within a fast paced, student-centered environment. Commitment to diversity and demonstrated ability to work with diverse persons.  Experience with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and similar computer programs. An ability to work independently and within a team demonstrated initiative, and ability to see projects to completion. Must meet physical demands of position which includes the ability to move between and within the Residence Halls, including the ability to ambulate through an 8-story residence hall without the use of an elevator and may periodically require lifting up to 50 pounds. 

PREFERRED:  Master’ degree in related filed, minimum of 2 year related professional work experience, familiarity with a University Housing & Residence Life program. Experience with project management. Supervisory, event planning, marketing/advertising, budgeting and crisis response experience. Knowledge of student development, leadership and/or learning theory, and demonstrated ability to use student development and learning theory to guide practice. Evidence of creative problem solving, knowledge of legal issues related to the position, prior training in NIMS, CERT, and other safety and crisis response procedures. Experience with web design and marketing using various forms of media. Valid driving license and ability to drive a 15 passenger van with students is strongly preferred.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send a completed Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Boulevard, Durant, OK 74701 or email to hr@se.edu.
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.
SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu

Southeastern Oklahoma State University, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, procedures, or programs. This includes, but is not limited to: admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services. Inquiries regarding non-discrimination and equity policies may be directed to: Michael Davis, Director of Compliance and Safety & Title IX Coordinator, (580) 745-3090, or mdavis@se.edu , Administration Building Room 311 – 425 W. University Blvd. Durant, OK 74701.

Office Coordinator, Aviation Sciences Institute-Tinker AFB Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Aviation Sciences Institute invites applications for Office Coordinator. This position is located in Oklahoma City at the Tinker Air Force Base.

SUMMARY

The Office Coordinator at Tinker AFB is responsible to assist the OKC Site Director in all functions related to providing education services to Tinker/Rose State students and maintaining the office and its contents. Assists in recruiting and advising new & current students. Reports to OKC Site Director of Academic Programs at Tinker AFB and Rose State College.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Advises undergraduate and graduate students concerning program overview and admission requirements.
  • Assists with the coordination of course offerings and programs in the OKC area.
  • Coordinates and completes the textbook adoption process with OKC faculty and SE Bookstore.
  • Order textbooks (desk copies) for OKC Faculty as needed.
  • Orders and distributes books, supplies and materials for the Tinker Cohort groups.
  • Assists with registration, admissions, tuition assistance, financial aid and other various school related needs.
  • Work with CADP Program Manager on schedules, book and student account balances.
  • Advise graduation process for students graduating.
  • Liaise/ coordinate with Tinker AFB Civilian Training office and Randolph AFB Air Education training command regarding student funding sources.
  • Maintain the student files, databases and email contacts for OKC area.
  • Helps compile and research data requested about:
    • Present, past, and potential enrollments.
    • Air Force policies and requirements.
    • College catalog references.
    • Individual student information for the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, Aviation Alliance board members, member colleges, counselors and administrators, and the Tinker AFB Education Services.
  • Assist in preparing annual class schedules.
  • Assists in creating degree program brochures, class schedules, announcements, etc.
  • Create enrollment report the Tinker AFB Education Services Offices each term.
  • Assists in the marketing of academic programs at Tinker AFB and OKC area.
  • Assists in location and hiring instructors for the SE courses taught in the OKC area.
  • Assist new hires with HR required paperwork.
  • Maintain files on instructors.
  • Coordinates with instructors in obtaining Tinker AFB IDs.
  • Assists faculty with general clerical duties as time allows.
  • Coordinates with SE bookstore to organize a VIP Fair twice a year.
  • Create an effective working environment at Tinker AFB and Rose State College offices.
  • Assist in recruiting students in the greater OKC metropolitan area.
  • Create and process instructor evaluations for the OKC area at the end of each term and return the completed evaluations to the Aviation Sciences Institute.
  • Assist in coordinating the annual teacher workshop.
  • Proctor tests for students as needed.
  • Answers telephone inquiries and prepare intra-departmental mail.
  • Schedules appointment for visiting school administrators and potential new students.

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.

2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.

3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment.

4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned.

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

Required:

  • High school diploma.
  • Two years related office management/clerical/reception experience.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skill and organizational abilities.
  • Ability to establish good rapport with students and good working relationship with Tinker Educational Services Officer (ESO); Tinker and Rose State faculty and staff, and SE main campus staff (financial aid, admissions, registrar, business office, Aviation Sciences Institute, graduate office, etc.).
  • Must be proficient or capable and willing to become proficient using Campus Connect.
  • Must be proficient using Internet Web Browser (e.g. Explore, Firefox, Safari) and Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel).

Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Three years related office management/clerical/reception experience
  • Experience in Higher Education
  • Counseling or advising experience.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately, and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send an Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended. (If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire) to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Blvd. Durant, OK 74701
Email to hr@se.edu. SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

Part-Time Line Crew/Dispatch, Aviation Sciences Institute Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Aviation Sciences Institute invites applications for the position of Part-Time Line Crew/Dispatch. This position will be located at the Southeastern Aviation Department at the Durant Regional Airport, Eaker Field. The work schedule will be 29 hours per week, Monday- Friday during the morning and early afternoon.

SUMMARY

The primary duty will be in the retrieval, fueling, cleaning and storing of training aircraft. Assisting Dispatch Supervisor and some paperwork and reports.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Unlock building-south door and front dispatch door.
  • Turn on fuel pump inside, radios, and computer.
  • Gather Tach and Hobbs times at the T hangars and in the Big Hangar.
  • Pull aircraft from hanger to tie downs in accordance to aircraft flight order.
  • Clean all Windscreens.
  • Prepare fueling area – fire extinguisher, fuel pads and ladder.
  • Update Tach and Hobbs Board.
  • Help put plane in tie down area and tie down.
  • Dispatch the aircraft to the instructor or student as they show up for flight activities.
  • Determine aircraft condition and fuel state after aircraft flights to manage post flight servicing.
  • Help with OJT to new line crew student employees after hiring.
  • Assist with the scheduling of line crews.
  • Fuel Pump inspection (1st and 15th of each month only).
  • Check supplies and oil and restock.
  • Do Aircraft Equipment/Document Check list.
  • Refill document holder with needed forms.
  • Act as the flight operations quality control observer during daily operations.
  • Ensure all safety practices are adhered to and violations reported to Dispatch Supervisor.
  • Maintain and comply with the line crew operations manual.

Working Conditions and Job Hazards

  • Outdoor activities will be required to inspect, service aircraft.
  • Lifting will be required.
  • Occasional high noise level with aircraft engines running when on the operations ramp.
  • Hazards on the ramp include moving aircraft and high speed propellers when engines operating.

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment.
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED:

  • High School Education.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook software.
  • Basic understanding of weather phenomenon and ability to read weather reports.

PREFERRED:

  • Ability to read and interpret aviation weather reports.
  • Experience using aviation radios and communication devices.
  • Basic understanding of general aviation aircraft and line service requirements.
  • Experience using Talon ETA software.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately, and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States.

To apply send an Application for Staff Employment to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Blvd.
Durant, OK 74701
Email to hr@se.edu. SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

Reference and Instruction Librarian Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Henry G. Bennet Memorial Library invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor/Reference & Instruction Librarian.

SUMMARY

The Librarian for Reference and Instruction will provide direction in the promotion, development, and implementation of library instruction. The librarian will advance and expand a student-centered library instruction program and enhance the effectiveness of library instruction.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Collaborates with the instruction team to develop new instructional programs and classroom activities.
  • Provides library instruction in the use of research tools and the development of information literacy skills.
  • Assists with the development of programmatic assessment models using the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.
  • Assists with assessment of student learning and evaluation of the overall effectiveness and impact of instructional services.
  • Reports the activities, effectiveness, and needs of the instruction program to the Library Director through statistical analysis and reports.
  • Contributes to reference service in a variety of formats, including evening shifts.
  • Coordinates all aspects of Access Services including circulation, reserves, stack maintenance, ILL and copyright compliance
  • Supervises the Circulation Coordinator, ILL Specialist and the student worker program (approximately 8-10 students).
  • Maintains professional growth and development through participation in professional organizations, reading the literature, attendance at workshops, and through continuing education.
  • Participates in the general planning and decision-making processes of the Library
  • Serves on Library and University Faculty committees as appointed, elected or requested.

This description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions. It does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. This job description is subject to change at any time

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment.
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned.

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

Required: 

  • MLS degree from an ALA-accredited program. 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Supervisory experience

Preferred: 

  • Minimum of three years’ experience in an academic library in reference and instruction or related experience.
  • Effective presentation skills
  • Familiarity with a Library Management system, preferably OCLCs WMS
  • Working knowledge of Circulation and/or Interlibrary Loan procedures

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. Applicants selected for an interview will be required to complete a presentation during the interview process. The applicant will select one of the following two options for the topic of the presentation:

  1. Software developments that apply to relevant library services
  2. Presentation on a lesson involving information literacy skills

To apply send a completed Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended (If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire) to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Boulevard, Durant, OK 74701 or email to hr@se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.
SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu 

Residence Hall Director Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University Housing and Residence Life Department invites applications for the position of Residence Hall Director.

SUMMARY

The Residence Hall Director (RHD) reports to the Director of Housing & Residence Life in delivering a comprehensive residential program in a system of up to 800 students living on campus.  Responsibilities include selection, training and supervision of student staff (Resident Assistants (RAs), Desk Clerks (DCs), Residential Community Leaders (RCL), and other student staff within the department, coordinating programming, promoting community development, advising hall council and/or RHA, addressing student conduct, crisis response and management, and overall administration and operations of one or two residence halls consisting of 200 – 500 students. The RHD also supervises one or more custodial staff. This is a 12-month live-in position and will be considered essential personnel during some crisis situations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assists in delivering a comprehensive residential program in a system of up to 800 students living on campus.
  • Responsibilities include selection, training and supervision of student staff including RAs, DCs, RCLs, and may include supervision of 1-2 Assistant Residence Hall Director(s). Also includes working within a team that includes office/administrative staff, maintenance and custodial staff, and a wider division of colleagues.
  • Create and implement a student learning environment focused on student learning & development and academic achievement by coordinating programming, promoting community development, advising hall council &/or RHA, addressing student conduct, crisis response and management, and general interpersonal contact with resident students in a variety of settings and situations.
  • Maintain the overall administration and operations of assigned residential facility (ies) housing 200 – 500 students.  This includes tracking occupancy, familiarity and compliance with relevant codes and laws, maintaining student contact and student conduct records, limited budgetary oversight, equipment inventories, as well as daily administrative activity. This also includes the supervision of one or more FT custodial staff.
  • Advises residential staff of and ensures that all policies, procedures, and established protocols (P, P & P) are followed including (but not limited to) emergency response procedures, established safety protocols, response to legal issues (including Title IX, Clery Act, FERPA, ADA, etc.). Demonstrates and expects that high standards of compliance with established department and University PP&P are practiced. 
  • Duties may include teaching or co-teaching College Success, ORIE 1002 and/or other credit bearing courses related to Housing & Residence Life and/or Student Affairs/Student Development.
  • Serve on departmental and/or university-wide committees as requested.
  • This is a live-in position, and requires some evening and weekend work. RHDs are considered essential personnel, and will be required to work during critical situations, including days when the university may be closed. Additionally, live-in staff may be relocated to a different facility from one year to the next, based on departmental needs and goals.
  • Participation in on-going forms of professional development and/or training.

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment. 
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree. Experience working with young adults in an educational setting. Demonstrated analytical, written and oral communication, and interpersonal skills. Attention to detail. Ability and willingness to work within a fast paced, student-centered environment. Commitment to diversity and demonstrated ability to work with diverse persons.  Experience with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and similar computer programs. Must meet physical demands of position which includes the ability to move between and within the Residence Halls, including the ability to ambulate through an 8-story residence hall without the use of an elevator and may periodically require lifting up to 50 pounds.

PREFERRED:  Master’s degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration or related field (or, to a lesser degree pursuit of one of these masters, or a completed master’s degree in an unrelated field. Residence life (or Student Affairs related experience, or to a lesser degree experience working in any higher education setting). A combination of Bachelor’s degree and years of related experience may be considered in lieu of a master’s degree. Supervisory, event planning, marketing/advertising, budgeting and crisis response experience. Knowledge of student development, leadership and/or learning theory, and demonstrated ability to use student development and learning theory to guide practice. Evidence of creative problem solving, knowledge of legal issues related to the position, prior training in NIMS, CERT, and other safety and crisis response procedures. Experience with web design and marketing using various forms of media. Valid driving license and ability to drive a 15 passenger van with students is strongly preferred.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send a completed Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Boulevard, Durant, OK 74701 or email to hr@se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.
SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu 

Southeastern Oklahoma State University, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, procedures, or programs. This includes, but is not limited to: admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services. Inquiries regarding non-discrimination and equity policies may be directed to: Michael Davis, Director of Compliance and Safety & Title IX Coordinator, (580) 745-3090, or mdavis@se.edu , Administration Building Room 311 – 425 W. University Blvd. Durant, OK 74701.

Scholarship Advisor/OPM Coordinator Open Close

Scholarship Advisor/OPM Coordinator

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Department of Enrollment Management invites applications for the position of Scholarship Advisor/OPM Coordinator.

SUMMARY

The Scholarship Advisor/OPM Coordinator is responsible for facilitating the scholarship process each semester by advising students and their families regarding scholarship opportunities, interacting with academic departments, responding to scholarship inquiries, verifying initial and continual eligibility for foundation scholarships and institutional tuition waiver program, and conducting the scholarship awarding process. This position assists the Vice-President in the management of the online program manager (OPM) and provides assistance in admission and communication for those admitted through the OPM process. The position answers questions concerning graduate student admissions and serves as an emergency graduate admissions counselor.  This position reports to the Vice President for Enrollment Management.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Scholarships Related Duties

  • Provide oversight of the University’s scholarship application process, the selection of scholarships recipients, information provided to students and families, and the scholarship awarding process.
  • Serve as University’s lead scholarship advisor. Meet individually with students and families to explain and explore scholarship opportunities and other types of aid (such as Pell grants, loans, external grants). Manage communication with applicants, awardees, parents, and all other inquiries.
  • Oversee and manage the collection, preparation, screening and distribution of materials for scholarship committees.
  • Serve as the primary contact with the scholarship management system software vendor and liaison to SE Information Technology for the software system.
  • Manage applications, maintain scholarship files, interact with academic departments during the selection process, market scholarship application information, respond to scholarship inquiries, and verify initial and continued eligibility for various scholarships.
  • Work with Marketing and Recruitment to inform and advise current and prospective students, school counselors, and campus community on scholarships available at the University.
  • Serve as the University’s liaison with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education on state awarded scholarships.
  • Work closely with Financial Aid and the Business Office in order to process and disburse funds in a timely manner.
  • Train and supervise student worker(s), establishing work schedules, assigning work projects and approving time sheets. Includes training student employees on the effective use of administrative computer programs.
  • Responsible for processing sensitive and confidential information. Must have an understanding of FERPA regulations, and able to apply the precepts to a wide variety of circumstances.

OPM Related Duties

  • Assist with communication and admission of students brought in through the OPM process. This will include admitting students in University graduate programs.
  • Manage invoices and payments to OPM provider.
  • Manage invoices and payments external firm (Instructional Connections) providing academic coaches.
  • Work with Graduate Office staff to manage flow of communication with graduate students.
  • Assist Vice-President in reviewing marketing materials provided by OPM.
  • Assist with tracking state licensure requirements per NC-SARA.
  • Other duties as directed by the Vice-President for Enrollment Management.

Graduate Office Duties

  • Answers questions related to graduate processes
  • Admits students to the Graduate School on an as-needed or emergency basis
  • Assist with graduate degree conferral

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment.
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned.

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERINCE

REQUIRED:

Bachelor’s degree in a related field with 3-5 years of experience.  Attention to detail and strong ability to work independently.  Ability to multi-task under time-sensitive deadlines with minimal supervision.  Strong computer skills using MS Word and Excel and good quantitative skills. Ability to manage multiple projects.  Ability to work both collaboratively and independently.  Effective interpersonal and communication skills.

PREFERRED:

Experience with advisement and scholarship management.

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send an Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended (If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire) to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Blvd. Durant, OK 74701
Email to hr@se.edu. SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

Secretary, Music Open Close

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Department of Music invites applications for the position of Secretary. 

SUMMARY

This position requires a Secretary who is very organized and has the ability to multitask – balancing required office tasks alongside the assistance with many different concerts, recitals, clinics, contests and additional activities in this Department of Music.  The program is characterized by a great need for individual creativity in the students and faculty.  The Secretary must possess the same characteristics.  The Secretary will report directly to the Department Chair.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Secretary will be responsible for the following duties:  

    1. Manage, organize and execute the business of the Department of Music and Department Chair.
    2. Author/maintain all DPS involving all operational budgets, granting agencies, credit card accounts, and Foundation accounts while tracking budget throughout fiscal year. Including processing invoices on jackets, reconciling the credit card each month, W9s, maintaining spreadsheets for each account and activity code, reconciling with payment net. Reporting to chair the balances of each account.  Making deposits when necessary.
    3. Assist the Department Chair with Program Review, Assessments, and Accreditation documentation including but not limited to compiling major document portfolio for NASM accreditation and updating student files to meet current NASM standards.
    4. Process documentation for travel claims, cash advances, and student travel when necessary. 
    5. Process all departmental scholarships and fee waivers each semester. This includes departmental money, foundation money, in- and out-of-state fee waivers, compiling a spreadsheet for both the Chair, Vice-President of Academic Affairs, and Vice-President of Enrollment Management to reference. 
    6. Coordinate processing concert publicity and large mail outs. 
    7. Monitoring faculty leave and completing faculty absence and leave reports
    8. Manage Fine Arts Recital Hall and FA116 reservations and set-ups. 
    9. Supervise student workers, monitor budgets, and time sheets.
    10. Prepare concert and recital programs for students (Junior/Senior/Non-degree Recitals) and faculty, and guest artists.  
    11. Assist in course evaluation and assessment documentation.
    12. Process transaction forms each semester for adjunct instructors and faculty; scheduling rooms for faculty.
    13. Assisting with departmental receptions as needed. This may include some evening work for specific events. 
    14. Coordinate with Chair, faculty, adjunct instructors and student’s semester jury needs, i.e. dates and times, paperwork completion.  
    15. Coordinate recording of all recitals, concerts and master classes.  
    16. Maintain inventory for Music Department and student files.  Maintain piano tuning.
    17. Assists with community outreach programs as directed by the Chair.
    18. Maintain mailing lists, (MAS, piano, alumni, regional band and choir directors) keeping them updated as needed.
    19. Opening/closing building, rooms, doors when expected.
    20. Other duties as needed.

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment. 
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED:  High school diploma. The Secretary must be proficient in the following computer programs:  Excel, Microsoft Word.  Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs.

PREFERRED: A Bachelor’s degree; Experience in music/arts. Proficiency in Google Docs, Dropbox, Adobe, and Publisher, and Colleague (Ellucian).  

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send an Application for Staff Employment, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended (If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire) to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Blvd. Durant, OK 74701
Email to hr@se.edu. SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.