Position: Head Coach, Volleyball Supervisor: Athletic Director
Status: Part-Time, Temporary Contract Stipend: $9,000
Marygrove College, a four-year member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, is seeking a head coach to facilitate operations of the volleyball program. The ideal candidate must possess a bachelor degree and adequate knowledge about the fundamentals/techniques of volleyball obtained through previously coaching and or participating in the sport at the college and/or club level.
Along with the educational and sport experience, serious consideration will be given to the candidate who's characteristics coincide with the following principals: maintain and promote the academic pursuits of Marygrove's student-athletes; comply with and reinforce the Mustang Athletic Program's rules and mission; act professionally and communicate appropriately with the College's students, coaches, administration, staff, alumni and spectators; willingness to develop professionally.
Direct the operations of Marygrove College's Volleyball program.
Educate/coach student-athletes in the sport of Volleyball.
Recruit student-athletes from on and off campus within the rules and policies of the Mustang Athletic Program, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, andthe United States Collegiate Athletic Association.
Instruct student-athletes and direct team activities within the nature of the NAIA's Champions of Character program including the values of Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Servant Leadership and Sportsmanship. Submit a signed Champions of Character Pledge and complete the mandated Champions of Character online coaches course.
Coordinate the issuance, care, inventory and collection of equipment, uniforms and supplies for the sport.
Assist the Athletic Director in purchasing equipment and supplies for the sport as well as managing the inventory of all team uniforms and equipment.
Schedule team practices and appearances at home athletic contests.
Submit complete team roster and inventory forms to the Athletic Director.
Ensure the proper completion of physical examinations and all forms relating to the examinations and emergency medical authorization before a student participates.
Select and assign duties and responsibilities to assistant coaches with the approval of the Athletic Director.
Supervise student-athletes at all times including practices, meetings, workouts, travel and other team functions.
Attend all athletic department meetings and appropriate college functions (pep rallies, homecoming, Founder's Day, etc.).
Exhibit appropriate conduct with students, coaches, administration, staff, alumni, spectators, officials and opponents at all times.
Collect and submit appropriate student-athlete eligibility forms.
Provide leadership that promotes positive attitudes and good sportsmanship.
Notify all members of the team of all Mustang Athletic Program's policies, procedures and training rules as they pertain to the team.
Be responsible for the conduct of student-athletes and others involved students at all times-practices, games, travel, other schools, etc.
Maintain current certifications in CPR and First Aid to be held on file in the Office of Athletics.
Submit driving record verification for use of institutional vehicles.
Work within the missions and philosophies of the Mustang Athletic Program and Marygrove College.
Conduct yourself and promote attitudes and behaviors among student athletes that coincide with the policies outlined in the Mustang Athletic Handbook.
Make decisions that positively affect the Mustang Athletic Program.
Establish an environment in which Mustang student-athletes are encouraged to develop self-esteem and a positive self-image.
Maintain a proper perspective regarding the priorities of academics and athletics at Marygrove College.
Marygrove College is committed to achieving a faculty and staff that is reflective of its diverse student body, and welcomes and encourages applications from members of communities historically underrepresented in higher education. EOE nate and lead one team community service project during the 2015-16 academic year.
Position Title: Financial Aid Counselor
Department: Enrollment Management
Reports To: Director of Financial Aid
Classification: Full Time, Exempt
Duties and Responsibilities:
The financial aid counselor works directly with students and parents to explain college, state, and federal financial aid policies, and assist with the financial aid application process. The counselor actively contributes to creating an exceptionally friendly and welcoming environment and a seamless financial aid experience. This role shares responsibility for awarding all aspects of federal, state, and institutional financial aid and is expected to maintain current knowledge of all Federal Title IV and various state regulations. The counselor works collaboratively with the office of admission and the business office. This is a full-time, exempt position.
Marygrove College is committed to achieving a faculty and staff that is reflective of its diverse student body, and welcomes and encourages applications from members of communities historically underrepresented in higher education. EOE.
Job Title: Controller
Department: Financial Services
Reports To: VP – Finance & Administration
Work Location: Marygrove College Campus, Detroit, Michigan
Summary of Needs
Marygrove College, founded in 1905 and an independent Catholic liberal arts college sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, is committed to fostering Christian values, to educating students from diverse backgrounds, and to serving the people of Metropolitan Detroit and beyond.
Marygrove College, seeks a Controller who will be part of a dynamic team in the Financial Services Department. This position will report directly to the VP-Finance & Administration. Marygrove emphasizes excellence and innovation in teaching and learning across a full range of liberal arts and professional disciplines in undergraduate and graduate education. As such, we are looking for someone who enjoys a challenge, who understands and will support Mary grove’s mission, is able to prioritize when faced with several important deadlines, supports and motivates and challenges a staff and most importantly works well in a team environment. The Controller supervises five staff and functions including general accounting, fixed assets, cash receipts, student receivables, student loan funds, account payable, deferred gifts and general ledger.
Required Campus Community Events Participation:
It’s expected that you will participate and contribute to the success of official events. The following events require your attendance and participation: - Commencement, Convocation, Family Weekend and other celebratory college events as determined necessary.
Ergonomic Requirements :
The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential tasks of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing duties for this job, the employee is regularly required to use hand to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to sit. Employee is required to stand and walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to ten pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Position requires clear speaking voice for telephone work.
The work environment is fast paced and professional. Employee must be able to work efficiently with many interruptions involving walk-in and telephone inquiries and requests. The noise level in work environment is usually quiet.
Marygrove College offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance; a retirement plan with employer contributions; an outstanding vacation and time off policy; a tuition waiver program and much more.
Marygrove College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Marygrove College shall not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, veteran status or physical or mental disability as provided for and to the extent required by state and federal statutes. Further, the College shall not discriminate against any person because of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. The College shall work for the elimination of improper discrimination in the areas listed above (1) in organizations recognized by the College, and (2) from non-college sources where students and employees of the College are involved.
Job Title: Subject Matter Expert for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Department: Online Education Division
Reports to: Director of Online Education Division
Classification: Adjunct Faculty- Part-Time, Short Term
Seeking a Content Expert for Autism Endorsement program at the graduate level in higher education. Expert should have at least an M.A. in Special Education or Education Psychology with special focus and expertise in autism, 3 years Blackboard experience, and 3 years experience in developing content for the online environment. The expert will need the ability to work on a tight timeline and be resourceful with media, technology, and texts necessary for developing courses pertaining to Autism.
The expert can work remotely but will need the ability to conduct meetings with the Online Education Division via Webex on a regular basis. Weekly updates and progress needs to be evident in content development.
Marygrove College is committed to achieving a faculty and staff that is reflective of its diverse student body, and welcomes and encourages applications from members of communities historically underrepresented in higher education. EOE
The REBUILD Detroit Program, a consortium of Marygrove College, University of Detroit Mercy, Wayne State University and Wayne County Community College District, is seeking a postdoctoral teaching fellow (PTF) in environmental or analytical Chemistry to support the implementation of a $21.2 M five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The goal of the REBUILD Detroit Program is to transform undergraduate education at the four member institutions to establish Detroit as a center for biomedical research training for underrepresented undergraduate students.
The PTF will collaborate with consortium faculty, staff, and undergraduate students to design a common curriculum emphasizing mentored research among Detroit’s diverse student populations leading to accelerated pipelines into master’s and doctoral degrees to ensure students succeed in biomedical research careers. This common curriculum will include courses based on the Research Coordination Network (RCN) model. For more information, see www.rebuildetroit.org.
We seek a postdoctoral candidate with a strong interest in undergraduate teaching and research. The PTF will work closely with faculty mentors across the four institutions on: implementing innovative pedagogical strategies in courses based on the RCN model, facilitating a RCN learning community with graduate teaching fellows at each institution, engaging with undergraduate BUILD Scholars on joint research experiences, and participating in various capacities in summer enrichment programs.
It is expected that this role in the REBUILD Detroit Program will provide opportunities to significantly deepen your understanding of and skills in science teaching in a higher education environment including community colleges, regional or state colleges, and primarily undergraduate institutions (PUIs). Over the course of this two-year fulltime fellowship, the PTF will design learning experiences, assessments, and laboratory exercises; engage in research activities with students; guide student learning communities; teach; meet with mentors; and participate in professional development workshops and conferences. In addition to gaining the above experiences, the PTF will develop a teaching portfolio to prepare for future positions with a strong emphasis in undergraduate STEM education. It is also expected that the PTF will actively seek a full-time faculty position during the second year of their fellowship.
The REBUILDETROIT Program Postdoctoral teaching fellowships are open to postdoctoral scientists with an interest in undergraduate STEM education (a potential to blend their research with undergraduate education). Eligibility is not restricted to scientists in biomedical programs, but they should have previous research experience with the disciplinary content associated with one of the Chemistry RCN model:
Applicants should have a commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching as well as an active research agenda related to the Chemistry RCN area.
The successful candidate will be expected to select a research mentor at Wayne State University or University of Detroit Mercy to complement their pedagogical training.
To be eligible for the fellowship, applicants must be: 1) be citizens, nationals, or permanent residents of the United States at the time of application; 2) received a doctoral degree (PhD or equivalent) in a STEM discipline (including social and behavioral sciences) no earlier than 2009 and before September 2015.
This is a 2-year NIH fellowship funded at a competitive NIH grant.
Complete applications must include the following items.
Review of applications will begin immediately. Fellowships will commence Fall 2015.