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Below you will find all open professional staff positions. If nothing appears, there are no available listings. Westminster College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


 



 Admissions Counselor

DEPARTMENT:       Admissions

FLSA:                     Exempt

REPORTS TO:          Director of Recruitment

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position reports to the Director of Recruitment and is responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of the College’s marketing and recruitment plan to achieve its enrollment goals. Moreover, this position requires an energetic, hardworking person with good interpersonal and communication skills to implement the enrollment marketing activities of the College. This person will work closely with prospective students, their families, counselors, alumni and colleagues to develop and sustain relationships that will help the college achieve its recruitment goals.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1) Meet the enrollment goals for a designated recruitment area by preparing and executing an annual plan that will promote the College and attract prospective students. The plan will include fall and spring travel activities, special events, college fairs high school and personal visits within a well defined market area to ensure College visibility and territory coverage.

2) Maintain regular contact and/or communication with prospective students, their families, and the high school counselors throughout the recruitment process and provide accurate and appropriate information about the College to all constituents.

3) Ensure that the academic quality and personal character of student recruits meet Westminster standards for those recommended for review and admittance to the College, by personally reviewing student academic credentials, references and recommendations necessary for assessment prior to review by the Admissions Committee.

4) Provide consultation and expert advice to management team for the designated region by maintaining accurate records of all recruitment activities for program evaluation and historical preservation.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

Experience: One to three years’ experience in college admissions, sales or a related position.

Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills and marketing skills required; must be enthusiastic, self-motivated and self-disciplined, organized, flexible and creative; attentive to details; must be computer proficient and possess exceptional telemarketing skills.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Offer direction to student interns and/or student aids that may be assisting with designated projects.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

Must be able to assist with selected Campus Visit Programs Provide counsel and support for inquiries and/or applicants from other states (not primary markets of responsibility): Support other duties as assigned.

EQUIPMENT TO BE USED:

Must be able to operate standard office equipment and computer software for admissions programs. Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record, and provide own vehicle.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Requires standing and sitting for extended periods of time, as well as normal bending and reaching. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines. Requires a normal range of hearing and vision. Requires lifting a travel case or materials up to 25 lbs. May also require driving long distances and the ability to navigate city traffic.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Typical office environment with considerable amount of time dedicated to territory travel. Access to Internet connection, personal computer and fax, business line and cell telephones.

How to apply:

Send a cover letter and resume which respond to the experience and abilities you have to meet the minimum and desirable qualifications.  Also, please send three references.

Please submit to Kevin Schaefer at kevin.schaefer@westminster-mo.edu

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LAB MANAGER

Coulter Science Center Laboratory, Purchasing and Budget Manager

Under the general director of the Chair of the Natural and Mathematical Sciences (NMS) Division and the Vice President and Dean of Faculty, the Laboratory, Purchasing and Budget Manager orders and maintains inventory and organization of laboratory supplies, chemicals, and equipment in support of programs in biology, chemistry, and environmental science. The individual in this position assists in ordering parts and supplies for the computer science, mathematics, and physics programs and ensures budgetary compliance for relevant programs. He or she oversees student and part-time lab assistants, is responsible for laboratory preps and coordinates with the campus Compliance Manager to ensure lab clean up with proper disposal of chemicals (hazardous and otherwise). The position works closely with Plant Operations and NMS Division faculty to coordinate building maintenance and repairs of large equipment.

Qualifications: Associate or Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field; work experience in a laboratory setting; demonstrated knowledge in recognition, evaluation and control of hazardous materials, including handling, labeling, properties, storage, and disposal. Must be able to work with minimum supervision, have good oral and written communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, records maintenance skills, working knowledge of laboratory equipment and chemicals, excellent organizational skills, and proficiency in managing budgets within given constraints.

To Apply: Complete application and forward with cover letter, resume and list of three professional references to:

Jane Kenney-Hunt

Assistant Professor of Biology

Jane.Kenney-Hunt@westminster-mo.edu

 

Diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Westminster College actively pursues the goal of inclusive excellence.

 

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Assistant Volleyball Coach (Part-time)

Westminster College is seeking applications for a part-time Assistant Volleyball Coach who will provide support and assistance with all aspects of the intercollegiate volleyball program under the general supervision of the Head Volleyball Coach. The Assistant Volleyball Coach will work to provide optimal playing conditions for Westminster College volleyball athletes which will include activities such as the supervision of the maintenance of the volleyball field and the maintenance and security of all volleyball related equipment and supplies. The Assistant Volleyball Coach will provide information ad evaluations regarding recruits, roster development and game personnel.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. Two years of demonstrated successful coaching experience at the high school or college level. (Collegiate experience preferred.) Commitment to attend all scheduled practices and games. Experience working with diverse populations. Experience contributing to campus diversity efforts. Must be able to evaluate physical performance related to inter-collegiate volleyball program; work as a support individual; recruit, coach and teach highly talented student-athletes; provide leadership to student athletes; adhere to all policies, rules and regulations of the College, SLIAC and the NCAA; communicate effectively; respond to emergency situations; etc.

To Apply: Complete application and forward with cover letter, resume and list of three professional references to:

Natalia Koryzna

Head Volleyball Coach

Natalia.koryzna@westminster-mo.edu

 

Diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Westminster College actively pursues the goal of inclusive excellence.

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