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


 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Chief Information Officer

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

The hiring of this position is being coordinated by the Carter Baldwin Executive Search firm. 

SUMMARY:    Palm Beach  seeks an experienced professional for a new leadership role: Chief Information Officer. The Chief Information Officer (CIO) will lead the universitys ongoing commitment to support and promote the strategic use of information technology that advances the overall mission of the University. Reporting to the President, the CIO is a member of the President’s cabinet and will lead and manage the information technology organization, including academic and administrative computing, networking, support services, classroom and instructional technology, programming services, and telecommunications.

The CIO serves as the principal technology leader for the university providing the vision and leadership for developing and implementing information technology strategies and initiatives university-wide. The position scope is inclusive of all university divisions and campuses. This necessitates a high level of familiarity with the various constituents and a commitment to meeting the diverse information and communications needs that exist across all university departments.

The CIO is responsible for anticipating and maintaining a vision for the future technology needs at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and for recommending strategies, priorities, and projects that will best achieve the universitys strategic goals and objectives.

QUALIFICATIONS:   Successful candidates will have extensive experience with IT strategic planning, budgeting, and personnel management and experience in and ability to lead decision making towards a balanced approach that addresses users’ needs and wants budget constraints, and security requirements.    Candidates will also have significant experience in all aspects of information technology planning, development, and implementation, including but not limited to enterprise resource planning, systems architecture, telecommunications, database administration, Web and social media development (in support of advancement and admissions), and security and compliance issues.  Candidates will have demonstrated knowledge of the ways and methods by which technology supports the teaching-learning environment and broad technical knowledge and skills required, with the ability to demonstrate this thorough knowledge and understanding of current computing, telecommunications, and emerging technologies. 

Practical experience with recent developments in campus technology issues, effective oral and written communication capabilities, a commitment to customer service, and excellent presentation skills will be part of the successful candidate’s background.  Experience in supervisory duties is required and strong interpersonal skills with the ability to influence and align across a wide variety of people; cross-departmental collaboration with a focus on identifying technological operational efficiencies, reducing duplication of work efforts and optimal use of University technology resources, and ability to manage up, laterally and down as the situation or project requires.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:   The minimum educational qualification is a Masters degree in a technology-related area, Business Administration, or other fields of study, with significant relevant IT work experience.  Also, ten to fifteen (10-15) years of experience in higher education is required.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for developing collaborations among the University’s academic and administrative constituents to advance the University’s mission.
  • Active participation as a team member on the President’s cabinet
  • Leadership in the development of a strategic direction for information technology services, gauging and anticipating the diverse needs of university constituents, monitoring trends and innovations in the industry to meet those needs; developing and implementing strategic long and short-term technology plans; and making recommendations to senior leadership.
  • Ensure IT data security, risk management, disaster recovery and business continuity planning processes are in place and receive a regular review for currency and adequacy.
  • Exercise diligent evaluation and careful budgetary management, including budget preparation and the ability to analyze and resolve complex issues.
  • Develop and organize technology talent that is structured to efficiently deliver services across the organization.
  • Develop, successfully implement, and oversee strategic technology policies throughout the University.
  • Works with the student body and student affairs professionals to advance the student experience with creative technology integration in areas where students live, work, and play.

 

Physician Assistant Program

Physician Assistant Program Director

STATUS:              Full-Time 

AVAILABLE:       Immediately

The hiring of this position is being coordinated by the Carter Baldwin Executive Search firm.

 SUMMARY:   Palm Beach Atlantic University seeks a founding Program Director to provide leadership and vision to advance the mission of the proposed Physician Assistant Program, which will offer a masters-level education for primary care physician assistants.  Special emphasis is placed on preparing clinicians to provide primary care as an act of service with a Christ-centered focus. 

INITIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:  As the founding Program Director, she/he will guide the development of the Program in preparation for successful Provisional Accreditation by ARC-PA.  This will include: conducting a feasibility study; coordinating the hiring of a medical director, faculty, and other staff; supervising the development of the Program’s curriculum, including syllabi and evaluation methods for all didactic and clinical components of the Program; and securing clinical sites with signed agreements and preceptors sufficient in number to meet the clinical practice needs of the maximum class size.  The Program Director will coordinate all accreditation site visits and supervise admission practices in compliance with PA Program policy as well as provisions of ARC-PA accreditation.

ONGOING RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Program Director will oversee the administration of the Program, ensuring that departmental operations comply with the standards and policies of PBA, SACSCOC,  and ARC-PA, and will oversee ongoing assessment as stipulated by all three.  The Program Director will supervise the curriculum; schedule didactic and clinical courses; supervise faculty, staff, and medical director, including professional development and faculty workload; prepare the Program’s annual budget and oversee expenditures; superintend the development of clinical opportunities; and oversee the admissions process.  The Program Director may dedicate up to 20% to clinical practice to support curricular outcomes and maintain practice skills and licensure, and, as time allows, teach in the didactic and clinical phases of the Program.  Finally, the Program Director will serve as the Program’s principal liaison and representative to all internal and external constituencies.

QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate will meet the following qualifications:

  • Should have PA program administrative experience (e.g., clinical coordination, academic coordination, assessment coordination) and knowledge of or participation in the ARC-PA accreditation process is strongly preferred.
  • Must possess leadership qualities evidenced by outstanding communication skills; the ability to plan, organize, and manage; and the ability to develop and sustain collaborative teams, and engage in interprofessional cross-disciplinary work is necessary.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies or the equivalent from a regionally accredited institution is required.  A Ph.D., DMSc, or other relevant doctorate is preferred.  Must possess previous or current experience as a clinically practicing physician assistant and  have at least three (3) years of academic experience as a physician assistant in a higher education faculty position or equivalent teaching experience with a record of teaching, research, and service commensurate with an appointment to the rank of associate professor or higher.

 In addition, the following certifications or licensures are required:

  • NCCPA certification as a physician assistant
  • Current licensure, or be eligible to hold licensure,  by the Florida Department of Health Board of Medicine
  • Currently credentialed, or eligible to be credentialed,  with health insurance plans
  • Currently hold, or be eligible to hold, registration as a dispensing practitioner by the Florida Department of Health and the Drug Enforcement Agency

 

OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS

                                                                                Vice President for Enrollment Management

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

The hiring of this position is being coordinated by the Carter Baldwin Executive Search firm.

SUMMARY:  Palm Beach Atlantic University seeks an experienced professional for a new leadership role: Vice President for Enrollment Management (VPEM). The VPEM will report to the President, is an important member of the President’s Cabinet, and is responsible for providing a clear vision with strong leadership to the University in strategic enrollment management, to include undergraduate, graduate, and international admissions.  

Palm Beach Atlantic is a private, independent university offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, with campuses in West Palm Beach, Orlando, and online. The University is dedicated to the integration of Christian principles to prepare students for learning, leadership, and service.

This is a pivotal leadership role as PBA is ready to be known as one of the top Christian universities in the nation for students who are serious about developing Christian leadership skills, discover who God has called them to be, and desire a solid foundation through a biblical worldview.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university is preferred, along with ten (10) years of progressive responsibility in Enrollment Management (higher education administration); and a minimum of seven (7) years direct supervisory experience as a Director or above in enrollment management. Applicants also must have experience with the implementation of comprehensive university enrollment management plans with evidence of effectiveness in marketing and recruitment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work closely with the President’s cabinet to provide active oversight of strategies most critical to achievng enrollment goals and budget net tuition revenue by term.
  • Provide timely and accurate executive summaries to the president keeping her informed on enrollment numbers.
  • Utilize the best analytics and systems to grow enrollment.
  • Serve the needs of diverse student populations in a professional, timely, informed, and respectful manner and regularly explore the viability of serving new and diverse student populations and markets.
  • Ensure that appropriate enrollment technologies exist and EM staff and campus colleagues are trained to utilize them to recruit and enroll prospective students.
  • Commitment to building a diverse and inclusive team environment, one that is able to establish priorities, goals, and timelines to achieve both quantifiable and qualitative outcomes.
  • Collaborate with academic colleagues and other campus partners to recruit and retain a talented and diverse student body.
  • Work closely with the Advancement Team to effectively communicate the value of a PBA education to diverse populations utilizing appropriate marketing channels.
  • Collaborate with campus partners in responding to projections of changing workforce trends and educational pathways to prepare students for new and changing careers.
  • Expand delivery models and enhance support services to better serve both traditional students and adult learners.
  • Invest in continued professional development and success of direct reports as they lead key areas for Enrollment Management (EM).
  • Be an incredible ambassador for Palm Beach Atlantic University and God’s Kingdom personally and professionally.

 eLEARNING DEPARTMENT

eLearning Digital Media Manager and Producer

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  The eLearning Digital Media Manager and Producer will play a critical role in multimedia production for the University. The eLearning Digital Media Manager and Producer will help elevate learning at the University through creating innovative, comprehensive, and engaging products in a variety of digital applications for educational purposes which bring together video, graphic, web design, photography, and the written word.  The ideal candidate is an eager, resourceful and creative graphic and video producer; experienced in pursuing and developing original ideas to meet various goals.  The Digital Media Manager and Producer should have experience with all aspects of video production, from concept to completion, including storyboarding, directing, location scouting, interviewing, videography, audio, lighting, and post-production.  While working within the PBA guidelines, eLearning standards and industry best practices, this individual must know and maintain knowledge of new trends in graphic and video production in and out of the industry; while incorporating those trends into digital graphic and video content.  The Digital Media Manager and Producer should be comfortable multitasking, prioritizing and meeting tight deadlines, with a meticulous eye on quality control of the final product.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Training:  Create resources for professional development and provide assistance and training in the use of the instructional technology, interactive tools and effective uses of multimedia.

Creative Manager/Producer:  Serve as one of the primary design resources for the University. Manage, organize, and maintain the eLearning digital library. Partner with the eL Director to research, establish and maintain best practices for the department.

Multimedia Designer-Producer: Oversee all aspects of graphic/multimedia/video pre-production processes including consultation and collaboration with stakeholders.  Execute as a team leader for organization and achievement of pre-production shot-lists, set up of equipment, directing/leading on-location shoots, and ensuring valuable audio, voiceovers, and b-roll.  Also as team leader in post-production activity, including sound and video editing, encoding media, creating/adding graphic/2D/3D or animations to ensure captured video to meet client/stakeholders’ expectations.  Determine production size, content and budget for all video.  Process and log all media projects and assets,  providing detailed reports to eL Director.  Have demonstrated experience with producing and editing videos using software listed in Experience section.

Collaboration:  The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal; organizational and teamwork skills are necessary as duties will include collaboration with PBA employees/individual faculty and stakeholders. A willingness to learn new software, hardware and innovative, digital tools and techniques and also maintain current knowledge of multimedia accessibility guidelines is required.   The successful candidate will have a strong sense of professionalism and customer service attitude.

Project Management:  Lead large and small project from concept to completions, communicating and collaborating as needed.

Copyright/Ethical Use:   Provide training for department's PBA constituents, for the legal and ethical use of electronic, digital, and virtual content online, hybrid, and traditional course formats by serving as multimedia copyright leader for eLearning.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:   Preference to a Master’s degree in Instructional Technology, Fine Arts, Film, Graphic Design or related field.  A Bachelor’s degree a minimum.  Preferred experience in a higher-education environment, HTNL, Microsoft Office, Adobe products, YouTube (including analytics), copyright and accessibility requirements and laws for multimedia productions, videography/filmmaking and editing (including scoping, development and production as well as animation, graphics and title), digital asset management and other innovative educational tools.  Experience with Quality Matters, PC, and Macintosh software as well as video creation/editing software (Final Cut Pro, AVID, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Media Encoder, etc.) desirable.

eLearning Multimedia Assistant

STATUS:                  Part-Time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  An eLearning Multimedia Assistant will play a critical role in multimedia production for the University.  This team member will aid the eLearning Digital Media Manager and Producer in helping elevate learning at the University through creating innovative, creative, comprehensive engaging products in a variety of digital applications for educational purposes which bring together video, graphic, web design, photography, and the written word. The ideal candidate is a responsible, resourceful and creative audio, graphic and video creator, experienced in pursuing and developing original ideas to meet various goals. This individual should have experience with all aspects of video production, from concept to completion, including storyboarding, directing, location scouting, interviewing, videography, audio, lighting, and post-production. While working within PBA guidelines, eLearning standards and industry best practices, this individual must know and maintain knowledge of new trends in graphic and video production in and out of the industry, while incorporating those trends into digital graphic and video content. The eLearning Multimedia Assistant should be comfortable multitasking, prioritizing and meeting tight deadlines, with a meticulous eye on quality control of the final product.

The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal; organizational and teamwork skills are necessary as duties will include collaboration with PBA employees/individual faculty and stakeholders. A willingness to learn new software, hardware and innovative, digital tools and techniques and also maintain current knowledge of multimedia accessibility guidelines is required.   The successful candidate will have a strong sense of professionalism and customer service attitude.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:   High school diploma required. Associate's degree (or 60 credit hours) preferably with a concentration in Instructional Technology, Fine Arts, Film, Graphic Design or related field a minimum, Bachelor’s, Master's degree or graduate certificate desired.  Preferred experience in a higher-education environment, HTML, Microsoft Office, Adobe products, YouTube (including analytics), copyright and accessibility requirements and laws for multimedia productions, videography/filmmaking and editing (including scoping, development and production as well as animation, graphics and title), digital asset management and other innovative educational tools.  Experience with Quality Matters, PC and Macintosh software as well as video creation/editing software (Final Cut Pro, AVID, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Media Encoder, etc.) desirable.

 

eLearning Associate Instructional Designer

STATUS:                  Part-Time 

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  An eLearning Associate Instructional Designer is a skilled specialist in the eLearning Department who implements or designs content and assists the faculty member in designing quality, innovative course resources focused on measurable course learning objectives.  Recognized as support staff in the University organizational structure, this individual collaborates with the Instructional Designers to provide leadership for reflective and responsive teaching and educational innovation with a goal of creating quality eLearning course resources and courses. While normal work hours are essential (Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), willingness to work a flexible schedule that may include nights and weekends as the need arises to complete tasks in a timely manner.  Work location is remote. Regular attendance in eLearning team meetings as well as use of PBA Zoom system for faculty, staff and student communications is a requirement.  Employee is responsible for all needed technology equipment and stable and secure Internet connection.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Collaborate with individual faculty and Instructional Designers using a variety of software applications to implement/design multimedia, course resources and learning objects that facilitate high quality learning experiences based on faculty input and needs, while ensuring courses adhere to PBA and PBA eLearning Standards.
  • Collaborate with the eLearning team on a variety of instructional design, technology and innovative projects.
  • As needed, modify course resources to reflect University policies, course syllabi, learning outcomes and integration of faith.
  • Instruct faculty/students in the use and/or application of an instructional technology, specializing in dynamic and interactive tools.
  • Assist faculty in the design, management of the structure and organization of online course resources and online courses.
  • Provide Pedagogical/Andragogical input on course elements as well as project management support, tracking the status of various assets.
  • Possess and maintain copyright knowledge and ensure a legal and ethical use of electronic, digital, and virtual content in online, hybrid, and traditional course formats.
  • Maintain current knowledge of accessibility guidelines and ensure all course resources meet the needs of varying audiences and follow current accessibility guidelines.
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, webinars, reviewing professional publications and researching.
  • Readily adapt to new technologies and acquire new technical skills.
  • Achieve Quality Matters certification so as to evaluate online content using the Quality Matters Rubric.
  • As needed, create resources for professional development and lead workshop sessions.
  • When requested by eLearning Director, aid other eL team members with projects.

REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  •  Knowledge of Adobe/Microsoft Office tools and technologies.

  • Knowledge of Systematic Instructional Design Process and UDL Principles.

  • Knowledge of Quality Matters Standards, Accessibility and Copyright guidelines.

  • Ability to troubleshoot technical challenges and determine the best resolution.

  • Ability to review and provide critical instruction for improvement of course resources.

  • Strong oral and written communication skills.

  • Ability to quickly learn, adopt and apply new software.

  • Knowledge and skilled application of proper customer service techniques.

  • Knowledge of adult learning principles, constructivism, facilitation and learner-centered activities in an online learning environment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's degree at minimum, preference in Instructional Technology, Fine Arts, Graphic Design or related field, Master's degree or graduate certificate desired.  Preferred experience in training in a higher-education environment, in use of a course management system, in HTML, Microsoft Office, Adobe products, Quality Matters and other innovative educational tools.  Experience with Quality Matters, PC and Apple software desirable. Experience in a higher education environment preferred.

 

eLearning Assistant Instructional Designer

STATUS:                  Full Time 

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY: 

An eLearning Assistant Instructional Designer is a skilled specialist in the eLearning Department who implements or designs content and assists the faculty member in designing quality, innovative course resources focused on measurable course learning objectives.  Recognized as support staff in the University organizational structure, this individual collaborates with the Instructional Designers to provide leadership for reflective and responsive teaching and educational innovation with a goal of creating quality eLearning course resources and courses.

Work location is remote. Regular attendance in eLearning team meetings as well as use of PBA Zoom system for faculty, staff and student communications is a requirement.  Employee is responsible for all needed technology equipment and stable and secure Internet connection.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Readily adapt to new technologies and acquire new technical skills.
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, webinars, reviewing professional publications and researching.
  • Maintain current knowledge of accessibility guidelines and ensure all course resources meet the needs of varying audiences and follow current accessibility guidelines.
  • Possess and maintain copyright knowledge and ensure a legal and ethical use of electronic, digital, and virtual content in online, hybrid, and traditional course formats.
  • Provide Pedagogical/Andragogical input on course elements as well as project management support, tracking the status of various assets.
  • Assist faculty in the design, management of the structure and organization of online course resources and online courses.
  • Instruct faculty/students in the use and/or application of an instructional technology, specializing in dynamic and interactive tools.
  • As needed, modify course resources to reflect University policies, course syllabi, learning outcomes and integration of faith.
  • Collaborate with the eLearning team on a variety of instructional design, technology and innovative projects.
  • Collaborate with individual faculty and Instructional Designers using a variety of software applications to implement/design multimedia, course resources and learning objects that facilitate high quality learning experiences based on faculty input and needs, while ensuring courses adhere to PBA and PBA eLearning Standards.
  • Achieve Quality Matters certification so as to evaluate online content using the Quality Matters Rubric.
  • As needed, create resources for professional development and lead workshop sessions.
  • When requested by eLearning Director, aid other eL team members with projects.

REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of Adobe/Microsoft Office tools and technologies.
  • Knowledge of Systematic Instructional Design Process and UDL Principles.
  • Knowledge of Quality Matters Standards, Accessibility and Copyright guidelines.
  • Ability to troubleshoot technical challenges and determine the best resolution.
  • Ability to review and provide critical instruction for improvement of course resources.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to quickly learn, adopt and apply new software.
  • Knowledge and skilled application of proper customer service techniques.
  •  Knowledge of adult learning principles, constructivism, facilitation and learner-centered activities in an online learning environment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  Bachelor's degree at minimum, preference in Instructional Technology, Fine Arts, Graphic Design or related field, Master's degree or graduate certificate desired.  Preferred experience in training in a higher-education environment, in use of a course management system, in HTML, Microsoft Office, Adobe products, Quality Matters and other innovative educational tools.  Experience with Quality Matters, PC and Apple software desirable. Experience in a higher education environment preferred.


    OFFICE OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION               

 

 

  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                       

 Database Server Administrator                   

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY: Design, implement, and maintain university databases for specific applications considering client needs, information security,  performance, and cost effectiveness.  Supports the data management and integration needs as it relates to the University business and administrative processes.  Perform SQL and database tuning (performance) in a Microsoft SQL client/server environment. Responsible for all aspects of DBMS including creating data structures (tables, indexees, and views), queries, reports, custom integrations, backups, and migrations.  Collaborate with other team members and university stakeholders on common database procedures, support engagements and new initiatives.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Experience working with SQL in Windows server environment required. Must be familiar with SQL and Access Databases, stored procedures, systems maintenance tasks related to Web sites and database management. Must be familiar and hold a level of proficiency with SQL Server Reporting Services, Network Security/Windows Active Directory, Database Architecture and post-secondary educational data modeling. Knowledge of .NET framework, Object Oriented Programming, as well as other Web development software technologies.

Desirable Certifications: MCSE or MCSA, MCP, or MCDBA.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: A 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 systems analysis and Microsoft Access preferred. 

 


CAMPUS SAFETY & SECURITY

Patrol Officer

STATUS:              Full-Time

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 staff, administration, law enforcement and emergency services personnel. A previous knowledge of completing incident reports 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 to 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 'CD" license is preferred. Possession of a valid Class E driver's license is required.

Patrol Officer

STATUS:              Part-Time

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 staff, administration, law enforcement and emergency services personnel. A previous knowledge of completing incident reports 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 to 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 'CD" license is preferred. Possession of a valid Class E driver's license is required.


 

HEALTH ALERT TEAM

COVID-19 Testing Site Supervisor 

STATUS:              Part-Time

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY:  The Health Alert Team seeks a candidate to oversee operations of the COVID-19 Rapid Test Site for a given shift. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The COVID-19 Testing Site Supervisor is responsible for  

  1. Supervise the administration of an Antigen Rapid Test for COVID-19. 
  2. Interpret results and report in the designated application.   
  3. Communicate positive results to Health Alert in a timely manner.  
  4. Record results on Inventory control sheet and online Testing roster. 
  5. Delegate tasks related to test administration to paid staff and student volunteers.   
  6. Sign hours for volunteers
  7. Inventory onsite PPE, test kits, and other supplies, and communicates needs to COVID-19 Operations. 

Health Alert Team Member

Type: Part-Time
Date Available: Immediately

SUMMARY:  The Health Alert Team Member position is responsible for providing support to the Health Alert Coordinator.  As a member of the Health Alert team, this position is focused on providing support to Palm Beach Atlantic University’s health tracking response to COVID-19.  

The Health Alert Team Member will work approximately 10-30 hours per week on average and will report to  the Director of COVID-19 Operations.  

Responsibilities include:  

  1. Processing daily wellness checks for all PBA community members, 
  2. Receiving, triaging, and appropriately responding to all inbound health alert notifications from community members, 
  3. Navigating PBA community members from risk identification until they can return to normal activity and functioning,
  4. Making sick notifications to employees, supervisors, students, and faculty,
  5. Following established protocols for a possible or confirmed COVID-19 illness for a member of the residential and/or non-residential PBA Community,
  6. Participating in COVID-19 testing for PBA community members,
  7. Contact tracing for PBA community members,  
  8. Maintaining statistical data and preparing related reports as requested,
  9. Following HIPAA requirements for all medical data and information. 

  

STUDENT ACCOUNTS                   

Student Account Administrator                      

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:      The Student Account Administrator is repsonsible 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. Manages the timely collection of outstand-

ing accounts and receivable debts due to the University.  Coordinators the timely posting of charges and payment

activities impacting student accounts.  This position requires strong detail-oriented and analytical skills.

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  Bachelor's degree preferred from a four-year college or university, and four to five

years-related experience and/or training.  Supervision experience preferred. 

 


 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

Area Coordinator 

STATUS:                  10-Month

AVAILABLE:           August 2021

Summary:  The Area Coordinator  (AC) provides leadership for the administrative, supervisory, programming, and counseling functions in a residence hall setting. The AC 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. 

Duties and Responsibilities:   Duties of the Area Coordinator include supervision of the Residence Hall staff, which includes student accountability, education and social programming with residents for their professional and personal development, and Residence Hall operations and management.  Other duties include public relations and demonstrating a strong Christian commitment and vitality of the Christian faith through discipleship with the students and staff.  Additional tasks will include assisting with student-centered activities, such as check-in, open houses, and on-campus university functions.

Required Skills:  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 processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, and Web page design.  The individual should have excellent interpersonal, organization, and teamwork skills, with an ability to multi-task and prioritize work. A candidate with a mature level of discernment and confidentiality is required.  

Other Requirements:   The Area Coordinator position is a 10-month contract "live on" position that supervises two or more buildings with approximately 250-350 undergraduate residents in campus student housing, as well as a staff or student-leader (8-12 per area). The AC is permitted to reside on campus for 12 months.  The position requires many long hours and sometimes-late nights or early mornings for meetings, fire drills, educational and social programs, and emergency on-call services.  The Area Coordinator is "on-call" for emergency phone calls regarding students' medical needs as needed.

Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree required.  Master’s degree is preferred in College Student Development, Counseling Psychology, Higher Education Administration, Social Work, or other related field.  Must possess 2-4 years of Residence Life experience. Experience beyond the undergraduate experience preferred. Must maintain and have current certification in CPR and First Aid.


 

Warren Library

Associate Reference-Instruction Librarian

STATUS:         Full-Time 

AVAILABLE:  Immediately

SUMMARY:  The Warren Library, of Palm Beach Atlantic University,  invites well-qualified applicants to join its team of Librarians in the position of Associate Librarian.  The position serves the library needs of students and faculty, and duties primarily include teaching information literacy sessions, providing reference services, and leading research consultations.  Other responsibilities include collection development and liaison to academic areas.  Evening and weekend rotation is required as part of the regular work schedule. 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:   A graduate degree in library science from an ALA - Accredited institution is required.  An additional advanced degree within a discipline of the university's academic program is preferred.  Previous experience in an academic library is required. 

QUALIFICATIONS:    Proficiency in the research skills required in academically rigorous and technologically sophisticated libraries is essential. The successful candidate must have the oral, written, and interpersonal skills required to be effective in a demanding team­ based organization. 

Applicants must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with day-to-day performance.