Staff Positions


Application Process

Applications for staff positions must include:

  • Your Resume
  • Three References
  • A statement indicating how you will integrate your faith into the workplace
  • Completed & Signed (4 pgs included) Staff Applicant Questionnaire below

Click here for Applicant Questionnaire

Only complete applications containing all four documents will be forwarded to the appropriate search committee or hiring manager for review.

Applications may be submitted via e-mail, fax or correspondence.

Mail: Palm Beach Atlantic University
Human Resources
P.O. Box 24708
West Palm Beach, Fl 33416-4708

Fax: (561) 803-2179

E-mail: Jobs@pba.edu

The application process remains open until the position is filled


WEST PALM BEACH CAMPUS   

 

ADVANCEMENT

AV Technician

STATUS:          Part-time

AVAILABLE:    Until filled

Summary:  Sets up and operates small-to large-scale audio-visual systems and lighting equipment to enhance live events. Mixes live audio on sound boards, operates video recording equipment, manages video/audio recordings, and provides technical support for events on campus. Tears down post-event. Provides outstanding customer service and develops working relationships with clients. Uses strong communication as a tool to keep project progress moving forward and put event coordinators at ease.

Qualifications:  Experience in setting up and operating small to large-scale audio systems, equipment for video recording and live streaming, and basic light controls.  Experience with presentation software, including ProPresenter and PowerPoint.   Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational, and teamwork skills are necessary.

Education and/or Experience:  A High School Diploma or GED is required.  A Bachelor’s degree is preferred.  One to three years of experience in a related field is required.

Social Media Coordinator

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY: The Social Media Coordinator supports the Advancement team by planning, implementing and monitoring Palm Beach Atlantic University’s social media strategy in order to increase brand awareness and community engagement. The ideal candidate will be proficient across the major social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter and have a proven track record in content planning and execution. A passion for storytelling and an eye for great photography are a must.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Requires strong interpersonal, analytical, and communication skills with the ability to influence and align across a wide variety of people, including students, alumni, parents and donors. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.

Proven work experience managing corporate social media and hands on experience using social media for brand awareness is required. Other skills necessary are  a familiarity with photography, photo editing and an understanding of SEO.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:   Baccalaureate degree in in marketing, communications or relevant field from an accredited institution or commensurate work experience in a business or non-profit setting required.


 

                                                                AUXILIARY SERVICES                                                                 

Coordinator

STATUS:                 Full-Time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  The Auxiliary Services Coordinator supports the Assistant Vice President for Auxiliary Services directly with scheduling and provides administrative support in the oversight of each area of responsibility for the office of Auxiliary Services

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Examples of coordinator duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • maintain the AVP's calendar and schedule meetings;
  • draft and edit written communications as requested;
  • triage incoming phone calls, maintain filing system in electronic format;
  • prepare agendas, meeting materials and draft minutes as requested;
  • track data associated with goals and metrics and prepare reports;
  • provide budget reports and reconcile purchasing card statements and;
  • create and process requisitions, purchase orders, budget transfers, expense reports and other reports as requested.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:  Bachelor’s Degree preferred with a minimum of three year's experience in a similar field.

QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate must demonstrate the ability to work independently with a team and be a self-starter and self-motivated.  The successful candidate must possess the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities or be able to explain or demonstrate that the candidate can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodations, using some combination of skills and abilities.  The successful candidate must demonstrate a commitment to the university’s purpose, mission and affirms its Guiding Principles as a Christ-First (evangelical) institution.

BENEFITS:  Benefits include a comprehensive benefits package for full-time employees and employees' spouse and dependents.

  CAMPUS SAFETY & SECURITY

Patrol Officer

STATUS:   Full-Time, Part-Time & Weekends; (Day, Evening, & Overnight Shift)

AVAILABLE:  Until filled

SUMMARY:  The Campus Safety & Security Patrol Officer is responsible for the safety and security of the university including its students, faculty, staff and administration as well as its physical assets during his/her assigned shift.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Some of the duties of the Patrol Officer will include pro-active patrol of all campus property, detecting violations of federal, state and local laws and taking appropriate action in accordance with department policies and procedures.  An ability to be of service to a wide variety of constituents is required as some responsibilities will include responding to calls for assistance from students, faculty, administration, law enforcement and emergency services personnel.  A previous knowledge of completing incident reports and conducting follow-up/investigations is beneficial as the officer will do so in this capacity in accordance with PBA department policies and procedures.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:  High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and 6-12 months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Law Enforcement/Security training or experience preferred.  A valid State of Florida Security “C/D” license is preferred but not required.  Possession of a valid Class E Driver’s License is required.

QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate will have demonstrated ability to work independently with a team and be a self-starter and self-motivated.  Proficient computer skills are preferred.  Must possess superior English language skills, including verbal and written communication, to communicate effectively, via email and telephone.  Must be comfortable speaking one-on-one with a wide variety of constituents of the university, and at times, city/county law enforcement.  Should demonstrate a commitment to the university’s purpose and mission.

BENEFITS:  Benefits include a  comprehensive benefits package and Education Grant  for full-time employees, and employees' spouse and dependents.

Dispatcher

STATUS:   Full-time,  Part-Time & Weekend 

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY: The Campus Security Dispatcher performs technical communications work in support of campus safety operations. Work involves receiving emergency and non-emergency calls, and monitoring surveillance systems, obtaining and relaying information, and dispatching appropriate personnel. Position is responsible for maintaining communication logs and databases, telecommunications and computer equipment to include phone systems, and two-way radios. These positions require the ability to multi-task and to remain calm and composed in high stress situations. Positions maintain confidentiality and discretion, works individually or with others and adapts to change and circumstances. Position is an essential employee and may require shift, weekend, holiday, and/or overtime work.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Dispatcher receives and responds to emergency and non-emergency calls from the campus community or law enforcement agencies via telephone and radio systems, while processing and evaluating information received, prioritizing calls, and dispatching required units and or forward information or calls to appropriate agencies.

The Dispatcher is responsible for monitoring and coordinating Campus Safety and Security activity and assignments through radio communications; maintaining the status and locations of public safety personnel; utilizing technology such as computers, radio systems, telephones, fax machines, and other communications equipment. Creating and maintaining automated or manual logs of Campus Safety and Security communications activity is a task in this responsibility.

Additional duties include:

  • Access and enter sensitive data into University and Department databases as necessary for investigative purposes; enters and maintains files for property pending recovery, or storage
  • Maintains appropriate security and confidentiality of information created or encountered in the performance of assigned duties.
  • Keeps informed of university and departmental regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Issues keys to University property out and in; enters parking decals and citations into Record Management System (RMS)
  • Maintains office appearance in a manner suitable for daily operations.
  • Upon given authority, activates the Emergency Notification Network (RAVE Alert).
  • Monitors, reviews, and pulls footage from the University's Surveillance System.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: A high school diploma or general education degree (GED) is accepted; and one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will have demonstrated ability to work independently with a team and be a self-starter and self-motivated.  Proficient computer skills are preferred. Must possess superior English language skills, including verbal and written communications, to communicate effectively, via email and telephone. Must be comfortable speaking one-on-one with a wide variety of constituents of the university, and at times, city/county law enforcement.  Should demonstrate a commitment to the university's purpose and mission.

BENEFITS:  Benefits include a  comprehensive benefits package and Education Grant  for full-time employees, and employees' spouse and dependents.                                                    


OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCE

Project Manager Construction & Design

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:          Until filled

SUMMARY:   Act as a liaison between architects, contracted construction companies, contracted facilities maintenance and operations (projects only), and the University for purposes of ensuring timeliness, quality of work and budget adherence.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage all areas of assigned projects from conception through design, construction permitting, and user occupancy, as necessary to guarantee a quality project on schedule and within budget
  • Full responsibility and accountability for project schedules and budgets.
  • Develop project contracting and bid strategy and manage associated meetings
  • Provide interpretations of building code and life safety requirements
  • Review and approve payments to architects and contractors.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and a minimum of ten years of construction project management experience is required.

Business Analyst

STATUS:                 Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:   The Business Analyst supports accounting operations to meet the University’s objectives. Responsible for financial and variance analysis and project management to improve processes and reporting. Providing related audit support, and perform month end financial processes. Supports finance and operations in maintaining financial controls and performing time critical tasks.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  A Master’s degree in accounting/business is preferred.  A Bachelor’s degree in accounting/business is required from a four-year college or university; and four years relevant experience and/or training is required. ERP or project software experience (Jenzabar, SAP, etc) is preferred.  

Student Account Administrator

STATUS:             Full-Time

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY:  The Student  Accounts Administrator is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Student Accounting office.  This position assists with the analysis, planning, and implementation of new processes and information systems to better meet the needs of both internal and external customers.  The Administrator manages the timely collection of outstanding accounts receivable debts due to the University and coordinates the timely posting of charges and payment activities impacting student accounts.  The Administrator supervises Student Account Representatives and student workers in carrying out the duties of the office.  

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or a related field  from an accredited four-year university or college is required.  Four to five years of related experiences is required and supervisory experience is highly preferred.  The position requires a candidate with excellent communication skills and strong detail-oriented and analytical skills.


 SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES

Secretary to the Dean

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY: The Secretary to the Dean for the School of Arts & Sciences will serve as the general office manager and assist the Dean with the day-to-day operations of the School, including, but not limited to: budget, coordination of activities and events, data collection for the preparation of reports, production and maintenance of documents, coordination of faculty hiring and submission of information such as catalog, schedules, and the like. The Secretary to the Dean will supervise the Secretary and Federal Work Study student(s) and will act as liaison with faculty.

Applicants must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework.

QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal, analytical, and exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Strong organization skills are required as the secretary will maintain the day-to-day operations of the school. The strong candidate will be proficient in the use of technology tools including but not limited to Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.   Experience in financial tasks and purchase orders is preferred.  Proven experience as a self-starter, working in a team environment, and an ability to perform duties and work independently is required. The Secretary will have a proven track record of providing outstanding customer service with a strong sense of confidentiality and discernment in carrying out daily tasks.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree (B.S. or B.A.)  from an accredited institution and two to four year's experience is preferred.

Secretary, School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

STATUS:  Full-Time

AVAILABLE:  Immediately

SUMMARY:  The Secretary for the School of Arts and Sciences provides administrative support for the office and is the point person to assist the faculty with their varied needs. Good organizational and computer skills are required and flexibility is necessary. 

Applicants must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework. 

Qualifications: Associates degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school with a minimum of two years related experience and training


                                  COORDINATOR FOR THE LEMIEUX CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY

STATUS:  Full-time

AVAILABLE: Until filled

SUMMARY: The Coordinator provides administrative support to the LeMieux Center for Public Policy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. The position reports to the Executive Director of the LeMieux Center.

  • Maintain polite and professional communication via phone, email, mail and in person. Greet and assist Board Members and visitors
  •  Handle office tasks, generate reports and presentations, set-up for events and order supplies
  • Collaborate with the LeMieux interns
  • Other duties may include assisting the School of Education and Behavioral Studies with administrative support for students.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree preferred, or an Associate degree with equivalent experience. Must have strong written and oral communication skills and be detail oriented. The successful candidate will be able to serve as a Christian role model and successfully be able to articulate their faith in Jesus Christ.


Enrollment Management/Admissions

Admissions Counselor

STATUS:                  Full-time 

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

Summary:  The Admissions counselor serves as the primary contact for prospective students interested in the undergraduate programs at Palm Beach Atlantic University. This person will be assigned a geographic territory for travel to recruit prospective students.  The Admissions Counselor will work collaboratively with other departments at the university to ensure a smooth entry process for new students who enroll at PBA, as well as assist with the development and implementation of a comprehensive marketing and recruitment plan for undergraduate prospective students and their parents. 

Qualifications:  The individual should have excellent interpersonal, organizational, and presentation skills and enjoy working to achieve goals as part of a team.  The successful candidate will be able to represent the University and its mission in a professional and relatable manner.  He/she should be comfortable working in a technologically driven environment and be able to travel often, and as needed, possessing a valid driver's license.   Superior English proficiency, including verbal and written communication; via telephone, email, and Internet.  Must possess the ability to speak one-on-one with administrators, faculty, staff, students, community members, and education and business leaders.

Education and/or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher education institution, two to three years related experience in the college/university setting (e.g. Telecounselor, Assistant Admissions Counselor, or Admissions Counselor).  Master's degree preferred with emphasis in Business, Communications, Marketing, Management, Leadership, Public Relations, or a related field.

Graduate Admissions Counselor

STATUS:                  Full-time 

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

Summary:  The Graduate counselor serves as the primary contact for prospective students interested in certain graduate programs at Palm Beach Atlantic University. The Graduate Admissions Counselor will work collaboratively with other departments at the university to ensure a smooth entry process for new students who enroll at PBA. 

Qualifications:  The individual should have excellent interpersonal, organizational, and presentation skills and enjoy working to achieve goals as part of a team.  The successful candidate will be able to represent the University and its mission in a professional and relatable manner.  He/she should be comfortable working in a technologically driven environment and be able to travel often, and as needed, possessing a valid driver's license.   Superior English proficiency, including verbal and written communication; via telephone, email, and Internet.  Must possess the ability to speak one-on-one with administrators, faculty, staff, students, community members, and education and business leaders.

Education and/or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher education institution required.  Master's degree strongly preferred. Three years work experience in higher education, consultative sales, business or a communication-related field required.

Success Coach

STATUS:                  Full-time 

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

Summary:  The Success Coach assists online learners to achieve their educational goals from the time they commit to PBA through their graduation.

Qualifications:  The individual should have excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills with the ability to influence and align across a wide variety of people. The successful candidate will be able to represent the University and its mission in a professional and relatable manner.  He/she should be comfortable working in a technologically driven environment. 

Education and/or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher education institution required.  Master's degree strongly preferred. At least two years related work experience in the college/university setting (Registrar, Advising, Student Success office or similar) also required. Fluency in Spanish a plus.


GREGORY SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

Laboratory Technician

STATUS:               Part-time

AVAILABLE:         Until filled

SUMMARY:  The laboratory technician reports to the Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and also works under the direction of specific School of Pharmacy faculty, as delegated/designated by the Chair, to help maintain a productive research environment. The Laboratory Technician will be responsible for the daily operation of the labs, such as maintenance of equipment, cell cultures and laboratory animals, ordering and administrative duties. Interaction with students is an important component, as the Laboratory Technician will help train and supervise students in the research labs. The laboratory technician will work with faculty on several research lines, including formulation development, respiratory pharmacology, behavioral neuroscience studies and pharmacogenomics. 

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  A bachelor’s or master’s degree from an accredited university in the Natural or Pharmaceutical Sciences or related field is desired. Two or more years of experience in a laboratory setting is preferred. Experience with working with students would also be of benefit.                                                                 

Secretary to Academic Programs (Pharmacy)

STATUS:                 Full-time

AVAILABLE:          Until filled

SUMMARY:   Provides primary administrative and office-related support to the offices/directors of various academic unit-based programs (e.g. IPE, OSCE). The Secretary maintains all records associated with interprofessional education (IPE) programs and serves as the primary communication liaison for the IPE programs.  This position provides primary administrative support for all aspects of the Gregory School of Pharmacy’s simulation-oriented assessments (e.g. Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE); Objective Structured Learning Experiences (OSLE))

QUALIFICATIONS:  The qualified candidate will have a track record of excellent customer service and service as a primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies for the Gregory School of Pharmacy and the university.  A track record or history displaying the ability to effectively and professionally communicate via both written and oral means will prove successful in working with students, faculty and other constituents of the IPE program.

An experienced administrator and candidate with strong organizational skills is required for tasks including scheduling various personnel, managing logistics (space and time), and maintenance of records and activities.  Proficiency in Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required, A candidate with strong analytical skills is preferred, along with the ability to create and effectively manage documents, spreadsheets, graphs, charts and slide presentations associated with the same. The strong candidate will have experience in or the ability to learn and navigate various computer programs, including Jenzabar, learning management systems and any new programs or databases that are a part of the department's work.

The successful candidate will be able to serve as a Christian role model and successfully be able to articulate their faith in Jesus Christ.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: A Bachelor’s degree is preferred.  An Associate's degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.

BENEFITS:  Benefits include a  comprehensive benefits package and Education Grant  for full-time employees, and employees' spouse and dependents.


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY     

Intermediate Systems Analyst

STATUS:                 Full-time

AVAILABLE:          Immediately

REPORTS TO:       Application Services Manager 

SUMMARY: Under the general direction of the Manager, Application Services, the Intermediate Systems Analyst position provides experienced process and system requirements definition, analytical and/or programming capabilities, computer application development and/or maintenance, and support services to meet client IT and business needs. 

The Intermediate Systems Analyst provides service to the ITS client community, faculty, staff, and students, protecting the integrity and confidentiality of all data and information through physical and electronic measures.  The ISA evaluates and documents client needs/business processes, including current process analysis and proposed revisions to optimize business processes. Assist with the design and documentation of system functional requirements in formats to facilitate the development of deliverables such as Request for Proposals and/or Information, custom development efforts, project-based planning documents such as scope documents, and client services communication is required.   The ISA works with IT staff, clients, and/or vendors to evaluate, develop, and implement solutions including both packaged system solutions and custom development applications options and provides ongoing troubleshooting, support, and maintenance of production applications.

The successful candidate will have experience working in teams, both interdepartmental and with other constituents of the university. Systems Analysis and Integration experience are required.  The ISA will be experienced in deployment, maintenance, and operations analysis, as well as project management.  Additionally, this position may be required to maintain a standby status as part of a rotation within the team.  This requires 24 hours per day, 7 days per week availability during the standby period.  The frequency varies based upon the number of colleagues in the rotation.

REQUIRED SKILL/ABILITIES:  

  • Ability to program MS SQL Server, C#, ASP, ASP.NET
  • Understand the principles of systems analysis and programming.
  • Understand the concepts of a relational database.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with end-users.
  • Experience with client-server, web, and web services application development.
  • Experience with DBMS, SQL, and T-SQL
  • Possess strong analytical, troubleshooting, and problem-solving skills
  • Experience with Jenzabar, InfoMaker, or similar student information systems is desired.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and end-user support tickets simultaneously.
  • Working knowledge of report writing
  • Experience with Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) tools

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree (B.S. or B.A.) from an accredited university is highly preferred with a major in Computer Science, including courses in computer programming, systems analysis, system development, or systems engineering.   A minimum of four (4) years of analysis/programming experience, with a bachelor’s degree, or at least seven (7) years of analysis/programming job experience without a degree.

Intermediate Technical Support Analyst

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  Provide day-to-day support services for PBAU standard desktop computers and laptops, software and related devices, installations, diagnostic activities, and triage of related software and hardware malfunctions. Provide basic supervision to Technical Support Analysts, or at the discretion of the management team, coordinate with other support staff, in the delivery of technical support services to specific locations within PBAU. May work on medium to large scale projects, in addition to providing support services as determined by the management team. Possess advanced knowledge and skills related to PC operating systems (Windows, MacOS) and PBAU standard desktop computer and laptop design, function, and related resources for service request resolution.

Act as primary contact and liaison for assigned support team. Assumes responsibility and accountability for performing repairs, upgrades, moves, installation, and maintenance of information systems hardware, including terminals, printers, computers, peripherals, ups, and technology equipment. Assists users with the general operation of their computer/office equipment and Office applications, performs hardware upgrades, installs operating systems, installs new software and software upgrades. The analyst will also analyze and recommend, as needed: equipment, hardware, and software replacement or upgrades. This position provides problem tracking, resolution, and continual education to university employees as well as ongoing technical support and maintenance of information systems equipment throughout all PBAU locations. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required.

 Qualifications:  The strong candidate will have strong organizational skills to create, adhere to, and maintain systems set in place for efficient practices in the IT department. Exceptional customer service abilities in order to provide service to and for university employees. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required to communicate effectively with a wide variety of university constituents including administration, faculty, staff, students, as well last outside third-party vendors.

The successful candidate will be a team player with an ability to work effectively with a wide variety of university members both inside and outside analyst’s direct reporting relationship.  The highly desired candidate will also have strong collaborative skills to be able to work with others as a team, leading teams at times, and work across teams and departments to accomplish university objectives.

An ability to deploy, maintain, and repair computer-related hardware including Dell and iMac labs, kiosks, laptops, RFID pads, scanners, iOS, and Android devices, NovoPro for screen sharing and digital signage is required.  A familiarity with the following various technologies used in the operation of the library including Sassafras

(LabMaps), EZProxy, Deep Freeze, JAWS, ContentDM, MS Office, SPSS, and OpenKiosk is highly desired; as is Scripting in PowerShell, WSH (e.g. VBScript), batch (.bat).  Library Systems Administration and Library User Support experience are desired. 

Education and/or Experience:  A Bachelor’s degree (B.S or B.A) from a four-year college or university is required with a major in computer science, business, or related field preferred.  Two to three years of experience in a related field is required.

Systems Analyst

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  Under the general direction of the Director of Application Services and senior staff, this entry level position provides assisted process and system requirements definition, analytical and/or programming capabilities, computer application development and/or maintenance, and support services to meet client IT and business needs.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Some of the tasks the Systems Analyst are:

  • Provide service to IT client community, faculty, staff, and students, while protecting the integrity and confidentiality of all data and information through physical and electronic measures.
  • Assist with the design and documentation of system functional requirements in formats to facilitate the development of deliverables such as Request for Proposals and/or Information, custom development efforts, project-based planning documents such as scope documents and client services communication.
  • Assist with the design and documentation of system level, IT operations level, and end user level procedures to support business applications. Assist with ongoing troubleshooting, support, and maintenance of production applications.
  • Highly motivated to learn process improvement (BPI) to increase product and service quality to achieve business objectives.
  • Provide ongoing troubleshooting, support, and maintenance of production applications. Provide support as required by ITS Disaster Recovery Plan.

The successful candidate will have experience in and be responsible for Systems Analysis & Integration and Business Requirements & Process Analysis. 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Basic knowledge of MS SQL Server, C#, ASP, ASP.NET.
  • Understand the principles of systems analysis and programming.
  • Understand the concepts of a relational database.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with end users.
  • Experience with client server, web, and web services application development.
  • Experience with DBMS, SQL and T-SQLExperience communicating with end users.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree which includes courses in computer programming, systems analysis, system development, or systems engineering with a minimum of one (1) year of experience is required. Candidates without a bachelor’s degree must have at least three (3) years analysis/programming job experience. 


SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS 

Program Specialist  

STATUS:                 Full-time 

AVAILABLE:          Until filled 

SUMMARY:   In support of the University’s mission and the School of Health Professions, the Program Specialist will coordinate, and perform a wide variety of administrative and planning activities for the Director of the Physician Assistant Program and provide support for the students, clients, and faculty of the school.   The Program Specialist provides excellent customer service and serves as a primary point of administrative contact for internal and external constituencies.  Being a representative of the program, the Program Specialist coordinates and assists with university events, program events, and outreach events.   The Program Specialist also supports the Director on project and budget management, including operational and grant budgets.   

QUALIFICATIONS: The successful Program Specialist candidate will have a proven track record of providing outstanding customer service with a strong sense of confidentiality and discernment in carrying out daily tasks.  The candidate will have exceptional verbal and written communication skills.  Experience in drafting financial, statistical, and narrative reports is valued. Experience in budget management and budget preparation is required as the position will be assisting the Director in such areas. 

The successful candidate will have experience in team building, event planning, community outreach, and experience in working with people of diverse and various backgrounds. Exceptional organizational skills and management of calendar scheduling, workload, and office priorities are highly valued.  Proficiency in the use of technology tools including, but not limited to Excel, Word, Project, Power Bi, Blackboard, and/or Canvas is required.    The successful candidate will be able to serve as a Christian role model to students, staff, patients and faculty and successfully be able to articulate their faith in Jesus Christ. 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is preferred.  Administrative experience in higher education is preferred or substantial administrative experience in a related area is required. Experience with program coordination in higher education or PA education a plus.

BENEFITS:  Benefits include a  comprehensive benefits package and Education Grant  for full-time employees, and employees' spouse and dependents.


STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

Assistant Director of Academic and Accessibility Resources (OAAR) – Disability Services

STATUS:                 Full-Time

AVAILABLE:          Immediately

SUMMARY: The Assistant Director for OAAR oversees the management of accessibility services accommodations and the training of faculty and staff regarding policies and guidelines as it relates to accessibility services.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:   Duties of the Assistant Director of OAAR include:

  • Oversees the management of disability services accommodations for undergraduate students
  • Communication maintained with the Director of OAAR regarding daily and ongoing activities of the department; including but not limited to weekly, monthly, semester, or yearly reports as requested by the Director
  • Conducts assessments and makes suggestions for improvements, updates the Disability Services Handbook, as necessary, and maintains the Accessibility Resources webpages on the internal and external university websites
  • Attends university functions as required and represents the university at off-campus events.  Provides support for Check-In and Welcome Week for new and transfer students
  • Serve as an instructor for the First-Year Experience Course
  • Pursues professional development opportunities

REQUIREMENTS:  The candidate for this position will be competent in working collaboratively with a wide variety of constituents, including university administrators, faculty, staff, parents, medical professionals who may oversee the care of the students, and university students.  Must demonstrate excellent computer skills, including Word, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing and, Web page design.  The individual should have excellent interpersonal, organization, and teamwork skills. A candidate with a mature level of discernment and confidentiality is required.  

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: A Master’s degree is required in Developmental Education, Special Education, Higher Education Administrations, Counseling Psychology, Social Work, or a related field from an accredited higher education institution.   Two (2) to four (4) years of teaching, tutoring, and/or academic advising experience in the college/university setting is required.

 

Assistant Director of  Student Activities, Involvement, and Leadership (SAIL)

STATUS:                  Full-Time

AVAILABLE:           Immediately

SUMMARY:   The Assistant Director of SAIL (Student Activities, Involvement, and Leadership) is responsible for Impact Leadership Training, commuter student outreach and programming, coordinating multicultural programming initiatives, and assisting with Steering Committee programming.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:  Duties of the Assistant Director of SAIL includes:

  • Provides support to the Director of SAIL, 
  • Assists and coordinates programming for the campus community and the leadership development of student leaders,
  • Participates in professional development, maintain public relations, and Christian commitment.

REQUIREMENTS:  The candidate for this position will be competent in working collaboratively, with administrators, faculty, staff members, and university students on-campus.  Must demonstrate excellent computer skills,  including Word, spreadsheets, databases,  desktop publishing and Web page design.  The individual should have excellent interpersonal, organization, and teamwork skills. A candidate with a mature level of discernment and confidentiality is required.  

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: A Master’s degree is required in College Student Personnel Administration, Higher Education Administration, Counseling Psychology, or a related field from an accredited higher education institution.   Two (2) to four (4) years of post-graduate experience in residence life, leadership, and student activities in the college/university setting is preferred.

Student Care Specialist

STATUS:                Full-Time

AVAILABLE:          Immediately

SUMMARY:  The Student Care Specialist is responsible for managing Waypoint, our retention management system, providing oversight to the Student Care and Concerns Committee, and serving as the Title IX Resource Advisor for the Palm Beach Atlantic University campus population.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:   Duties of the Student Care Specialist include receiving Waypoint Early Alerts and referring them to the appropriate personnel in a timely manner.  Coordinating follow-up care, collaborating with other PBA support staff, and managing the system concerns and updates.  Providing oversight of the Student Care and Concerns Committee is a responsibility of this position. A responsibility of this position is to serve as the Title IX Resource Advisor.

REQUIREMENTS:  The candidate for this position will be competent in working collaboratively, with all members of the PBA employee community.  Experience in working as well with community advocates, law enforcement, and support agencies regarding Title IX events incidents, victim advocacy, and providing a trauma-informed approach is required. Must demonstrate excellent computer skills, including Word, spreadsheets, and Outlook.  The individual should have excellent interpersonal, organization, and teamwork skills. A candidate with a mature level of discernment and confidentiality is essential and required.  

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: A Bachelor’s degree is required. A Master’s degree is preferred in Clinical Mental Health Counseling or a related field.  Two (2) years of relevant experience are required.

                                            Assistant Director of Residence Life (Student Accountability)

STATUS:  Full-time

AVAILABLE:  Until filled

SUMMARY: The Assistant Director of Residence Life (Student Accountability) oversees the student accountability process, supervises the Graduate Resident Directors (Johnson Hall and Rinker Hall), supports the Office of Residence Life and provides customer service to students, parents, and university guests. They will also provide leadership for the administrative, supervisory, programming, and counseling functions in a residence hall setting. The Assistant Director is responsible to create a strong Christian living-learning community that is conducive to the holistic development of students and supports the mission of Palm Beach Atlantic University, the Student Development Division, and the Residence Life Department. The position is a twelve-month position.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties of the Assistant Director of Residence Life (Student Accountability) include:

– Provides support to the Director of Residence Life and oversees the administration, operations, and management of the Residence Life Office.

– Coordinates and supervises the programming efforts of their hall and works in collaboration with other Residence Life Office programming objectives.

– Manages the operations of the residence halls.

– Oversees the student accountability process.

– Participate in professional development, maintain public relations and Christian commitment, and fulfill marginal job functions.

REQUIREMENTS: The candidate for this position will be competent in working collaboratively, with administrators, faculty, staff members, alumni, parents, the community, and university students on-campus. Must demonstrate excellent computer skills, including Word, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, and Web page design. The individual should have excellent interpersonal, organization, and teamwork skills. A candidate with a mature level of discernment and confidentiality is required.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: A Master’s Degree is required in College Student Personnel Administration, High Education Administration, Counseling Psychology, Social Work, or a related field from an accredited higher education institution. Two (2) to four (4) years of experience required.

                                             Assistant Director for Career Development

STATUS:   Full time

AVAILABLE:  Until filled

SUMMARY: The Assistant Director of Career Development assists students and alumni in pursuing vocational discernment. The Assistant Director designs programming and resources that aid students and alumni in obtaining the skills needed to succeed in a job search and job placement.  The Assistant Director connects students to job/internship leads through pba.joinhandshake.com and personal networks.

Duties and Responsibilities:

·        Keep the Director of Career Development informed of daily activities, problems, emergencies, and occurrences                that affect university students.

·        Supervise the development and maintenance of website and other technology usages including database                            management.

·        Prepare reports as requested by the Director of Career Development, including, but not limited to monthly,                           statistical, surveys, and graphs.

·        Attend and participate in university-wide meetings, retreats, and committees.

·        Maintain confidentiality in dealing with students, parents, university, and the community.

·        Serve as a Christian role model for faculty, staff, and students

·        Provide one-on-one counseling regarding academic, career planning, job search, and graduate school                                   opportunities.

·        Build relationships with potential employer partners

·        Administer career assessments (e.g. Strong Interest Inventory, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Values Card Sort).

·        Develop and implement career development workshops and seminars.

·        Work with admissions counselors to help prospective students and parents understand the career development              process and encourage early career planning.

·        Work with faculty to encourage students to engage in the career development process. 

·        Promote Office of Career Development and career development topics on social media platforms. 

·        Provide career development services such as resume, CV, and cover letter assistance for students and alumni.

·        Continue to develop professionally and remain current with Student Development issues and trends that affect                university students, particularly as they relate to career development. 

·        Represent the University in a positive manner to parents, students, visitors, and the neighboring community                     through Christian conduct, behavior, and presentation on and off-campus. 

·        Attend and participate in university functions on campus, such as convocations and commencements, and                         represent the University at off-campus functions. 

·        Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Career Development, AVP for Student Development, or the VP              for Student Development.

·        Ability to plan, develop, implement, market, and evaluate career development programs for the entire campus                  community.

·        Excellent computer skills, such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and desktop publishing. 

·       Proactive demeanor and willingness to explore new options for promoting career development to students and              alumni.

Education and experience:

Baccaluareate required. Master's degree preferred in Student Development, Higher Education Administration, Counseling Psychology, Social Work, related field from accredited higher education institution. Prefer two to three years of career counseling experience at the secondary or post-secondary level.