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


 

Admissions

Dean of Admissions

Type:  Full-time

Date Available: Immediately

Status: Open until filled

The Dean of Admissions (Dean) serves as one of the senior enrollment officers for the University. The Dean leads the Admission counselor staff, in accordance with the University mission, to recruit students who will "fit" in a distinctively Christian college environment. S/he fosters a "recruit to retain" philosophy to improve the University's retention rates. The Dean represents the Admissions office to internal and external constituencies and instills confidence in the policies and procedures for recruitment and admissions.

Qualifications: Possess a Master's degree with an emphasis in Business, Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, Management, Leadership or a related field from an accredited higher education institution. Minimum 5 -7 years professional Admissions experience in the college/university setting at the Assistant Dean level or equivalent. Most possess a strong working knowledge of Title IV financial aid practices and procedures.

 

Campus Information Services

 

Database Manager

Type: Full-time
Date Available: 
Immediately
Status: 
Open until filled

Manage the database operations team in support of production database services. Guide the team in implementing best practices in database administration and to ensure the highest standards of availability, resilience, integrity, security and performance required by university systems. Assist in the design, implementation, and maintenance of all university databases. Aid in all aspects of DBMS including creating data structures (tables, indexes, and views), backups, and queries as needed. Perform SQL and database tuning (performance) in an MS Windows SQL client/server environment. Support client connectivity to the databases utilizing various client software. Responsible for the coordination, management, and successful completion of special projects as directed by Campus Information Services leadership.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) from a four-year college or university is required. Major in business, computer information systems, or related field preferred. Experience with Microsoft SQL, Windows Server and Microsoft Access preferred.

 

Network Specialist

Type: Full-time
Date Available: Immediately
Status: Open until filled

Provides expertise in supporting problem resolution, configuration and change management functions, network security, performance and fault management and monitoring. Support client connectivity to network resources and maintain automated processes for various departments to streamline processes. Provides customer service and acts as a point of contact for escalated network wired and wireless client requests. Create and maintain user accounts for Windows environments. Assist with the creation and maintenance of reports generated for various departments. 

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree (B.A. or B.S.) from an accredited higher education institution or equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Major in business, computer information systems, or related field preferred. Experience with systems analysis and Microsoft Access, Excel, SQL, and SharePoint preferred. 

 

Finance, Administration and Planning 

 

Risk Management Coordinator

Type: Full-time
Date Available: Immediately
Status: Open until filled

The Risk Management Coordinator (RMC) serves as the central point of coordination for PBA's Risk management program and is responsible for integrating risk management principles and practices into university operations, workers compensation services, contract compliance with risk management standards, and the development of policies and procedures. Also, coordinates the implementation of the Chemical Hygiene Plan. 

Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher education institution preferred. A minimum of 5 years of administrative experience in a collegiate setting or for a senior executive. 

 

Assistant Vice President for Auxiliary Services and Procurement (AVP)

Status: Open until filled

 Under administrative supervision from the Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration, the AVP is responsible for:

 Planned negotiation and management of university-wide agreements/contracts

  1. Development and oversight of policies governing purchasing activities, material management and equipment management
  2. Management of surplus property

 Qualifications: Requires a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three year’s work experience in purchasing, using electronic data systems for inventory and materials control. Knowledge of standard procurement and recording practices; and the ability to apply knowledge to maintain specialized purchasing, control and information records. Experience with microcomputer-based software is required. Ability to function in a collaborative environment utilizing a team-centered approach to purchasing. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. Supervisory experience require

 

Gregory School of Pharmacy 

 

Chair, Department of Experiential Education/Assistant/Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice 
Type: Full-Time
Date Available: Immediately

Palm Beach Atlantic University seeks a qualified candidate for the position of Chair, Department of Experiential Education.  The Chair serves as the academic and administrative leader of the experiential education components of the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum within the School of Pharmacy, overseeing the development, implementation and evaluation of the introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences.  The Chair is responsible for  fostering and maintaining a well-prepared, excess-capacity roster of experiential education sites and preceptors aimed at promoting the academic and professional success of our student body and serves as a strategic liaison between the School of Pharmacy and the pharmacy/healthcare community.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, and has completed a pharmacy residency or fellowship. Previous instructional and administrative experience within the profession of pharmacy, especially associated with experiential education, is preferred. The candidate must be eligible for licensure in Florida. Further, in consideration of the institutional mission, the candidate must demonstrate a Christian commitment and a willingness to integrate one's faith into teaching and mentorship.

 

Coordinator, Gregory Center for Medical Missions (GCMM)

Type:  Full-time

Date available: Immediate

Status: Open until filled

 The Coordinator provides primary administrative and office-based support to the Director for the GCMM and the Associate Dean for Academics. The Coordinator will serve as primary liaison between the GCMM and both internal and external partners of the Center –coordinating communication, marketing, finances, development and related initiatives. The Coordinator will also hold primary responsibility for managing the logistics of the Gregory School of Pharmacy medical mission teams. Support for the office of the Associate Dean for Academics will be composed, primarily of; student records management and communication and oversight of events associated with the Office of the Associate Dean.

 Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree is preferred, with office or administrative experience. Other educational training or experience may be considered.

 

Safety & Security

 

Dispatch

TYPE:  Part-time

DATE AVAILABLE:  Immediately

STATUS:  Open until filled

The dispatcher position is skilled emergency and non-emergency task work that involves receiving emergency and non-emergency requests for assistance, determining nature and urgency of the calls, initiating Campus Safety and Security or other emergency personnel response, and maintaining close contact with field units to monitor response and needed support requirements. This position requires a considerable degree of initiative and independent judgment with procedural boundaries in responding to emotional, disturbed and sometimes abusive people in a variety of situations. Work may be done separately or in conjunction with other dispatchers, officers, and or administrative staff.   

The shift is “C” shift, (Friday night into Saturday, 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. and Saturday night into Sunday 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.). 

 

Patrol Officer

TYPE:  Part-time

DATE AVAILABLE:  Immediately

STATUS:  Open until filled

 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 it physical assets during his/her assigned shift.

All shifts open for part-time officers.

 

School of Arts & Sciences

 

Secretary

Type:  Part-time                    

Date Available:  Immediately

Status:  Open until filled

SUMMARY

The Secretary for the School of Arts and Sciences provides administrative support for the office.  Good organizational and computer skills are required and flexibility is necessary. The anticipated hours are Monday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. with a half hour lunch break. Friday hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a half hour lunch break.

 EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE

Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school with a minimum of two years related experience and training preferred.

 

School of Education & Behavioral Studies

 

Director of Counselor Education Program

Type:  Full-time 
Date Available:  Fall 2019 
Status:  Open until filled

The School of Education and Behavioral Studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University is seeking a program director to provide transformational leadership to an established graduate Counselor Education program that has produced over 1200 graduates since its founding in 1995.  The program faculty and staff are looking for a collaborative leader who has experience in teaching, administration, and research in a university setting.  A distinctive of our program is the ethical integration of the Christian faith and the use of spiritually sensitive interventions in counseling. 

Qualifications: The ideal candidate should be relationally oriented, have an earned Ph.D. from a CACREP-accredited program and be familiar with CACREP accreditation standards and processes.  The program director will be the chief academic and administrative officer for the program, including budgeting, curriculum development, personnel, and resource allocation while leading eleven full-time faculty situated on the West Palm Beach and Orlando campuses.  The program director position is a twelve-month administrative position with some teaching required; the successful candidate will hold the faculty rank of associate or full professor.  Achieving CACREP accreditation is a major goal of the program and University.  The program director will reside in West Palm Beach and report directly to the Dean of the School of Education and Behavioral Studies.  Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.