Submit a letter of application, personal resume, three letters of recommendation (must be mailed) and official academic transcripts to: Director of Personnel, Morris College, 100 W. College St., Sumter, SC 29150-3599. Morris College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS: To plan, develop and implement student personnel service programs providing for the general welfare and personal development of students. Must have a doctorate degree in student personnel administration or guidance and counseling from a regionally accredited institution and five years of experience in administering and supervising student service programs at the college or secondary school level. Salary dependent upon total training and experience. Effective Immediatley.
CHAIRPERSON, DIVISION OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: To lead the Division of Business Administration. The division chair serves as Coordinator of the Business Administration curriculum, teaches at least three courses each semester and also teaches in Summer School, recommends the appointment of new faculty, evaluates faculty performance, works with faculty to improve instruction and academic advising, prepares and administers the divisional budget, and presides over regular divisional meetings. The division chair assists the Academic Dean in preparing class schedules and making faculty assignments. The position carries the faculty rank of Assistant or Associate Professor and salary is commensurate with training and experience. Must have a doctorate in Business Administration and five years experience teaching college courses in Business Administration. Effective Immediately.
CHAIRPERSON, DIVISION OF EDUCATION: To provide administrative, instructional and curriculum leadership for the college’s programs in Teacher Education, Health Science, and Recreation Administration and teach courses in the area of Education effective August 2014. Must have a doctorate degree in Education and three years of experience in college teaching and/or academic administration. Salary dependent upon training and experience. Effective Immediately.
DIRECTOR OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND COMPUTER CENTER: To continue the development of an integrated college management information system and manage and administer all computer services of the college. Must have a master’s degree in an information technology field and knowledge of higher education administrative systems applications and environment. Require demonstrated abilities with database management (relational database design, queries, and table creation); system backup and restoration; Microsoft 2008 SQL server security and management; installation of software updates, network configurations, computer hardware, cabling and LANS; and certification standards. Demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously with minimal supervision, and to work effectively as a team leader or member. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Knowledge of VMWare and Active Directory are required, whereas knowledge of the Jenzabar EX system is preferred. Salary dependent upon training and experience. Effective Immediately.
DIRECTOR OF CAREER SERVICES CENTER: To plan, direct and implement the college's programs of career counseling, cooperative education and placement and to teach courses in Cooperative Education. Must have a master's degree in guidance and counseling, career counseling or other related field from a regionally accredited institution and three years of successful professional experience in guidance and counseling or career services at the college level. Effective Immediately.
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE: To teach a variety of courses each semester in criminal justice. The position also includes student academic advising and college committee assignments. Must have Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from a regionally accredited institution. Must be available August 2014.
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES: To teach four to five courses (12 to 15 credit hours) each semester in Health Sciences. Participate in registration, student advising, committee assignments, and other duties as assigned. Must have a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in Health Sciences from a regionally accredited institution. Must be available August 2014.
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MASS COMMUNICATIONS: Applicants should hold the Ph.D. or other terminal degree in Mass Communications or a related field from a regionally accredited institution. Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching courses in radio programming and production, television production, broadcast announcing and basic sound recording at the university level. Television and/or radio experience is a plus. The position requires teaching four or five courses (12-15 credit hours) per semester, including evening classes as needed. Duties also include student advising, committee assignments, participation in student registration, and other duties as needed. Must be available August 2014.
INSTRUCTOR/ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MUSIC: To teach four or five courses (12 to 15 credit hours) each semester in Music. Participate in registration, student advising, committee assignments and other duties as assigned. Must have M.A. degree or Ph.D. in Music from a regionally accredited institution. Must be available August 2014.
INSTRUCTOR/ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF READING: To teach four to five courses (12-15 credit hours) each semester in reading. Participate in registration, student advising, committee assignments, and other duties as assigned. Must have a Master’s degree or Ph.D in Reading from a regionally accredited institution. Must be available August 2014.
READING LABORATORY TUTOR: To provide individual and small group tutoring to students enrolled in the college’s Developmental Programs. A bachelor’s degree in Reading Education, English Education or related field and two years of experience teaching reading skills in a college, secondary school or private tutoring company is required. Effective Immediately.
PRINTING SPECIALIST: To operate computerized printing equipment and to provide on-campus printing, copying, and binding services. Must have a good command of Microsoft Office 2010 or higher, desktop publishing programs (Publisher and Adobe CS5), and two years of experience in the printing trade. A Certificate in printing technology is required. Effective Immediately.
RESIDENCE HALL DIRECTOR: To supervise a male residence hall and provide individual and group counseling to residents. Supervise the housekeeping and general cleaning of the residence hall. Provide assistance to residents, ensuring the building is well kept and safe for residents receiving college guests into the residence hall. Bachelor of Science degree required. Effective immediately.
RESIDENCE HALL ASSISTANT (Part-Time): To supervise and monitor a male residence hall, assist residents with all aspects of the housing program, and make periodic checks of student’s rooms and general areas. Effective Immediately.