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FACULTY CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: May be viewed on the academic department website at http://www.effort.edu/academics/facultysearches/ and by contacting the Office of the Provost at 864-597-4020.
HOUSEKEEPING, GROUNDS, MAINTENANCE EMPLOYMENT: Contact the Physical Plant Office at 864-597-4380. Applications may be obtained from the Physical Plant office located in the Cummings Street Administration Building.
FOOD SERVICE EMPLOYMENT: Contact Aramark Food Services at 597-4250. Applications may be obtained from Aramark Food Services in the Burwell Building. Listed below.
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Full-time visiting assistant professor or instructor in Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics at Wofford College invites applications for a full-time visiting assistant professor or instructor for fall semester, August 31, 2017 – December 18, 2017. Wofford College is a liberal arts institution focused on undergraduate education. Successful applicants are expected to have an aptitude for and interest in undergraduate teaching and a commitment to the liberal arts; the course load will be two sections of introductory statistics and one section of calculus. Applicants should have either a Ph.D. or Master's degree in Mathematics or a Master's degree in another field with 18 semester hours in graduate-level mathematics.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and CV or resume to email@example.com. Applicants also should arrange for three references to send letters of recommendation under separate cover to the above email address; At least one reference must address teaching effectiveness. Applications will be reviewed on a continuing basis. Wofford College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any legally protected status. We are committed to creating a diverse intellectual community; women and members of minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
The College and the Math Department
Wofford College is a selective nationally known liberal arts college offering an integrated undergraduate experience that weaves a traditional liberal arts curriculum into a range of high-impact educational experiences, including study abroad, living-learning communities, internship and entrepreneurship opportunities, and many more. Wofford College has approximately 1,650 students. It is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The Department of Mathematics currently consists of seven tenured or tenure-track faculty and three adjunct faculty.
Housekeeper Full Time
OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Cleaning restrooms, entrances, hallways, windows, doors & frames, lounge and lobby, hall phones, water coolers
Stocking restrooms with soap, paper towels and tissue
Empty trash and recycle containers
Mopping, sweeping, vacuuming
Dusting furniture, desks
Cleaning and checking walls for spots and marks
Special cleaning requests
Physical stamina and mobility including the ability to reach, kneel and bend.
Walk up and down stairs, stadium bank and bleachers.
Pressure washing sidewalks, porches and handrails; blowing leaves
Check for trash outside of buildings
Ability to lift, push and pull required load (max weight 40 lbs)
Follow all company safety and security procedures
Report any maintenance issues or safety hazards
APPLY at Wofford College Plant, 460 Cumming Street
Status: Full-time, 10-month appointment August 1st - May 31st
Department: Student Affairs
Reports to: Director of Residence Life and the Associate Director of Residence Life
The Resident Director provides general management of a residence hall or residential area as a live-in professional staff member, and also works in a coordinated assignment in the Office of Student Affairs.
Resident Director General Statement of Duties
Promotes and enhances a supportive community environment in his/her residence area which is conducive to academic achievement and personal growth. Contributes to activities, programs, and decisions
designed to strengthen the overall Student Affairs and Residence Life Program.
- Develop, create, and supervise activities and programs of an educational, recreational, cultural, and academic nature.
- Maintain a sense of community, respect for individual and group rights, and preserve order within the halls by enforcing College and residence hall policies; coordinate with Campus Safety as appropriate.
- Provide academic and personal support to students through intensive student interaction and by being visible in the residence hall.
- Supervise a staff of 7-10 undergraduate RA.
- Facilitate weekly staff meetings, conduct regular one-on-one meetings with staff members, and maintain accurate RA files.
- Track RA programming budgets and RA programming.
- Maintain records of Room Condition Reports and Hall Damages.
- Assist in the selection, training and evaluation of Residence Life Staff. Assist with the development and participation of RA training.
- Participate in an "on-call" schedule including weeknight and weekend coverage.
- Make rounds through buildings and campus on a varied basis.
- Provide back-up support to other RDs in case of illness, vacation or emergency.
- Respond to crisis and emergency situations as necessary.
- Earn CPR and First Aid certification and be willing to call upon these skills if necessary during emergency situations.
- Plan and coordinate personnel and other resources necessary for the opening and closing of the residence hall at the end of each semester, vacation period, and other breaks in the academic schedule as required.
- Serve as a role model and knowledgeable resource that students can approach for answers regarding college policies, Make referrals to appropriate on campus and off-campus resources as necessary.
- Assist in the processing and mediation of policy violations with the Director of Residence Life and Dean of Students as needed. Administer the judicial process for various minor policy violations as appropriate.
- Demonstrate understanding to students, staff, and faculty of diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to, race, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, geographic origin, and ethnicity.
- Follow up with maintenance concerns to Maintenance Office and Director of Residence Life.
- Maintain and update inventory of all equipment and furnishings in the residence hall.
- Responsible for the safety and welfare of students including completing Health & Safety inspections, weekly building inspections, and daily building tours.
- Attend regular staff meetings with Residence Life Staff, the Student Affairs Staff, and various college events.
- Assist the Office of Student Affairs with communication as needed by creating databases, spreadsheets, word documents, and through advertisements, phone, email and mailings.
- Support the Student Affairs in the implementation of major campus programs including but not limited to: Orientation, Leadership Wofford, MLK Day and Black History Month, Greek Week, Spring Weekend and Commencement activities.
- Complete 20 hours in the Student Affairs Office through a coordinated assignment (listed below).
- Perform and assist with central Office of Residence Life duties as assigned.
- Perform other duties as assigned by working as a member of a team.
Resident Directors are required to complete 20-hours a week in Student Affairs work with a coordinate assignment in one or more of the areas listed below. This work is assigned by the Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life. Candidates are encouraged to identify the areas they have an interest or expertise.
Diversity and Inclusion
Continuing Education Plan
Resident Directors are encouraged to continue their personal academic inquiry while in this position, RDs may elect to enter a graduate program at a nearby institution (USC, Clemson, Columbia College, UNC-A, UNCC etc. at their own expense) take a class per semester at Wofford, participate in a local internship, or complete independent studies with professors. The Office of Student Affairs and the Residence Life office will work with the RD to accommodate educational pursuits that do not interfere with completing the job responsibilities.
Bachelor's Degree required; previous experience in Residence Hall leadership preferred.
Salary and Benefits
Compensation includes $1,200 paid monthly. Free housing, utilities, high speed internet, and cable in a semi-furnished on-campus apartment. Competitive benefits package to include health insurance. Free campus parking privileges. Free Laundry Services. A meal plan when the dining room is open. Free entrance to home athletic events. Professional development opportunities. A tuition benefit to enroll in one Wofford College class per semester tuition-free (at the Director's approval).
To Apply: please send a letter of interest, a resume, and the names and addresses of three references to Mr. Demario Watts, Associate Director of Residence Life, Wofford College, 429 North Church Street, Spartanburg, SC 29303-3663. You may also email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head Men's Golf Coach
Open: Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Reports to: Athletic Director
Wofford College is seeking and accepting applications for a Head Men's Golf Coach.
Statement of Duties:
Duties include but are not limited to: preparing budget; organizing and conducts practice sessions; recruiting student-athletes inventory of supplies and equipment; reporting on needs and maintenance of facilities and equipment to the Athletic Director.
Working with the Assistant Athletic Director to order equipment; attending professional meetings, clinics, workshops, etc.; working with the Sports Information Director regarding team pictures, publicity, and newsletters. Scheduling; recommending athletes for awards; furnishing NCAA information regarding team roster, eligibility, coaching staff limitations, etc. to the Assistant Athletic Director. Maintaining a thorough knowledge of NCAA, Southern, and institutional rules and complies accordingly, responsible for organizing team travel; responsible for developing training rules and conduct of athletes; responsible for other details or any other assignment by the Athletic Director. In addition, the head coach will participate in fundraising activities through the Terrier Club and other College activities.
A bachelor's degree is required and college coaching experience is preferred.
This is a full-time position with benefits.
Applicants should forward a cover letter, resume, and references to: Mark Line, Deputy Athletic Director - Wofford College, 429 North Church Street, Spartanburg, SC 29303. Email: email@example.com.
Title IX Coordinator/Associate ADA Coordinator
Wofford College and Converse College
The Title IX and Associate ADA Coordinator (Coordinator) is responsible for ensuring that Converse College and Wofford College (the Institutions) are compliant with all requirements under Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972 and for matters relating to gender equity, including applicable portions of the Clery Act, the Violence Against Women Act, the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, and related agency guidance and regulations (collectively referred to as “Title IX”); and with the American with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (“Section 504”).
The Title IX and Associate ADA Coordinator is responsible for monitoring the overall implementation of Title IX, and assisting implementation with ADA requirements, and amendments, and Section 504, including all regulations and guidance from the DOJ, OCR, and best practices. While the duties associated with Title IX and 504 ADA apply to both Wofford College and Converse College, the primary responsibility for Wofford will pertain to Title IX, and for Converse to 504 ADA matters.
The Coordinator is a designated agent of both institutions, with primary responsibility for implementing and coordinating Title IX and assisting in ADA compliance efforts. Duties related to Title IX compliance include: monitoring the Institutions’ policies in relation to Title IX; conducting and overseeing the conducting of investigations; coordinating grievance procedures while ensuring a fair and neutral investigation and grievance process for all parties; coordinating and providing educational and training materials and programs for the Institutions’ respective communities; providing consultation on Title IX compliance to senior officers as necessary; and monitoring all other aspects of the Institutions’ Title IX compliance; maintaining professional qualifications for self and staff; coordinating victim assistance programs, including the counseling center, campus safety and security, local police, and others; communicating the Institutions’ Title IX mission, vision, and direction; remaining current on any changes or new guidance regarding Title IX; preparing and producing pamphlets, surveys, and other educational materials.
The Associate Coordinator is also a designated Section 504 Coordinator at both colleges and assists in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and other federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to persons with disabilities. The Associate Coordinator will assist with the coordination and monitoring of the Institutions’ compliance with Section 504 of the ADA as well as state civil rights requirements regarding discrimination and harassment based on disability; will oversee prevention efforts at Converse College to mitigate compliance violations related to Section 504 and ADA; will coordinate, with other personnel, all student accommodations provided by other ADA coordinator staff as well as private contractors, and employees; will provide guidance and advocacy to campus departments on physical and programmatic accessibility; will help to develop a transition plan for the campus on accessibility and update it regularly; will coordinate with individuals who are in charge of construction and renovation to ensure physical accessibility; will remain current on all changes in federal state disability law and educates faculty and staff on such changes; will provide outreach to the community about disability access and the Institutions; and will coordinate when appropriate or in coordination with legal counsel the investigation of complaints and the appeal process for alleged violations of Section 504/ADA.
Essential Functions – Title IX
- Coordinate response to those who report alleged Title IX violations.
- Develop and implement a case management plan for each reported Title IX incident in accordance with Title IX Policies and Procedures.
- Oversee the continuing education training of Title IX deputies, investigators, hearing board members and appellate board members.
- Review investigation plans for each Title IX complaint; and coordinate investigation conducted by trained investigators.
- Review comprehensive reports of investigation for finding of fact and recommendation(s).
- Maintain a case management database to organize, manage and track Title IX incidents.
- Monitor Title IX incidents to ensure an efficient and effective response to complaints.
- Continuously identify and integrate best practices in the Title IX investigation arena into each Institutions’ knowledge base and practice.
- Review and ensure policies, procedures, protocols and practices comply with Title IX laws and regulations.
- Develop and disseminate education materials and in-service training tailored to faculty, staff and students, including electronic as well as print materials.
- Participate on the Institutions’ Title IX Committee.
- Collaborate with other campus offices, as needed, to coordinate and execute in a timely manner the Institutions’ response and investigation of complaints pursuant to Title IX.
- Prepare annual reports on the number, nature and disposition of complaints. Identify patterns and make recommendations.
- Stay abreast of regulations and statutes relating to gender-based violence including, but not limited to, Title IX, Violence Against Women Act and the Safe Campus Act/Section 304.
- Serve as an expert on Title IX requirements and compliance and provide consultation to senior officers at the Institutions.
- Identify patterns or systemic issues that affect the Institutions or any specific portion related to Title IX, and appropriately address those issues or patterns.
- Ensure that all individuals who report that they have been assaulted are informed of their right to pursue remedies outside of the Institutions’ processes.
- In instances where there is a separate criminal investigation conducted by law enforcement, maintain an appropriate working relationship with law enforcement and coordinate the Institutions’ Title IX investigation to ensure that information is shared in an appropriate manner while ensuring that the two investigations are independent.
Essential Functions –504/ADA Associate Coordinator
- Assist in coordinating requests for accommodations under Section 504/ADA.
- Assist in reviewing requests for accommodations, direct students to provide necessary medical documentation, and determine appropriate and reasonable accommodations. Coordinate all accommodations with appropriate faculty and staff.
- Coordinate with faculty and staff, as well as oversee the services of private contracts (e.g. interpreters, CART providers, captioning) to ensure accessibility and coordination of needed accommodations.
- Oversee the development of the Institutions’ Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan to ensure programmatic and physical accessibility.
- Assist in developing a strategic plan for disability services, annual goals, and an annual report.
- Provide guidance and coordinate with all divisions and department across campus to ensure compliance with Section 504/ADA and state disability laws.
- Draft, review, and revise policies as needed to ensure compliance Section 504/ADA and state disability laws and regulations.
- Review complaints of disability discrimination, and corrective actions when appropriate.
- Review investigation of Section 504/ADA complaints in accordance with discrimination complaint procedures. This may involve reviewing documents and other relevant materials; and researching legal standards and requirement relevant to the complaint.
- Ensure that all investigations are conducted in compliance with Section 504/ADA and state disability laws and with the Institutions’ discrimination complaint procedures.
- Organize and maintain records of all Section 504/ADA and disability discrimination complaints, including all formal and informal complaints. Annually review complaint files to ensure that procedure and timeliness are being followed and to identify any patterns.
- Oversee the training of faculty and staff on 504/ADA law as it applies to classroom, academic and student life accommodations and accessibility.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Success Factors
- Ability to promulgate changes to policies, to revise practices and to implement equitable procedures across many departments; including student life/student conduct/discipline; academic affairs; athletics and human resources.
- Knowledge of current state and federal laws and regulations, policies, practices and procedures, identified best practices and trends in the field of education related to sexual harassment and assault and other discriminatory practices that violate Title IX (as defined above), the ADA/Section 504, and related state laws, including regulations, guidance, and best practices.
- Ability to manage a caseload of investigations and grievances to a prompt, effective and equitable remedy.
- Professional qualifications through ongoing training and professional development.
- Ability to design and deliver training programs to all constituencies of the institution, demonstrate accountability with respect to attendance and assess the effectiveness of these trainings.
- Ability to build relationships and balance the multiple, varying and even conflicting interests of the diverse stakeholders around politically charged subject matters.
- Effective project management, organization and analytical skills.
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
- A self-starter who manages the overall office operations with little or no supervision.
- Excellent attention to detail, strong problem-solving skills, and the ability to deal with confidential and sensitive information.
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusivity, as well as the ability to work with a wide range of constituencies (students, staff, faculty, administrators) with diplomacy and tact.
- Ability to act independently, take initiative and exercise sound judgment.
- Sufficient knowledge about the requirements under civil rights laws, regulations, and guidance to advise the institutions about their policies, procedures, and practices and to investigate complaints alleging discrimination.
- Maintain highest levels of protection and confidentiality of student educational and health information to ensure privacy and compliance with the federal and state laws and regulations.
- Provide all other duties as needed to ensure the success of the students and the Institutions.
- A Bachelor’s degree is required
- A law degree or Master’s degree in social work, psychology, higher education administration or other relevant discipline is strongly preferred
- Knowledge and experience evaluating psychological and medical records documenting disability and determining appropriate accommodation is required.
- Strong interpersonal skills and must be an effective communicator in writing and in person with a broad variety of constituents, including faculty, staff, and students.
- Excellent organizational and planning skills are required.
- Membership in the Association of Higher Education and Disability is preferred
- ATIXA or other similar Title IX training on conducting investigations and ensuring a fair process are strongly preferred
- Minimum 5+ years of progressively responsible experience in a related field
- Knowledge of and experience with issues related to gender-based violence
- Experience conducting investigations alleging discrimination, discriminatory harassment, and/or sexual misconduct
- Experience in successfully developing and implementing education and training programs is preferred.
- Experience with Jenzabar, Banner and Maxient student information systems is preferred
- Demonstrated knowledge/ability in compliance process improvement is preferred
- Ability to deconstruct complex legal requirements and create compliance policies and procedures that are clear, effective, succinct, and sustainable is preferred.
- Sign language interpreter preferred.
- Experience with Braille equipment preferred.
- Higher Education experience is strongly preferred.
Email a letter of interest, a resume, and the names and addresses of three references to TitleIXCoordinator@wofford.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately.