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

Creative Services Coordinator

STATUS:                  Full-time  

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

Summary:  Coordinates the staffing, resources, scheduling, and event support for all Creative Services supported campus events and video productions. Assists the Live Production Coordinator with the inventory of supplies, equipment, instructional documentation- and assigning work to part time and student employees. Assists the Digital Media Manager with location scouting, pre-production, and coordination of video shoots. Proposes and implements AV system improvements and new installations. Proposes and implements new policies or procedures. Prepares reports, manuals, and documents relating to the utilization of media, and equipment and materials. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:  The Creative Services Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of Creative Services event support; for coordinating new event/video requests, scheduling, staffing resources, and equipment distribution.  The Coordinator will assist the Digital Media Manager with pre-production coordination of video shoots and will work closely with Creative Services team members to maintain all campus event A/V systems. The Coordinator will train student employees and part-time staff on the proper operation and proper event “etiquette.”  In addition, the Coordinator will author, design, supervise, and/or edit all media documents while maintaining all campus sound systems and the complete inventory of all equipment, location, and status.

Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and teamwork skills are necessary as duties will also include collaboration with Marketing and Advancement team members on departmental and creative projects to satisfy creative services needs in the most cost-and time-efficient manner.

Education and/or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree in computer science, business, or in a related field from an accredited institution and three to five years’ work experience in a business or non-profit setting required. Preference is given to candidates with a background in higher education.

Live Production Coordinator

STATUS:                  Full-time  

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

Summary:  Reporting to the Sr. Director of Marketing, the Live Production Coordinator is responsible for the planning and successful audiovisual execution of live in-person and virtual events at Palm Beach Atlantic University. They will assist the Sr. Director of Marketing with managing the Creative Services budget, equipment inventory, and providing on-location support. The Live Production Coordinator will supervise the Creative Services part-time and student employees to ensure the successful execution of live and virtual events.

Qualifications:  The Live Production Coordinator will work closely with the Sr. Director of Marketing on Creative Service budget preparation, project management, and process enhancements.  The Coordinator is responsible for developing a comprehensive media relations strategy and media plan.  Management of resources, media plan large-scale events and operations, supporting Digital Media Manager in special events and projects.  Also, this position will coordinate the live video streaming for campus events with the Digital Media team.  The Coordinator serves as the technical lead for digital media remaining current with emerging trends, opportunities, and best practices; regularly updating colleagues and management on these trends. 

Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and teamwork skills are necessary as duties will also include collaboration with Marketing and Advancement team members on departmental and special campus events, as well as other projects to satisfy the Creative Service needs in the most cost-and time-efficient manner.

Education and/or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree in computer science, business, or in a related field from an accredited institution and three to five years’ work experience in a business or non-profit setting required.


ATHLETICS

Coordinator of Athletics & Recreational Facilities and Operations

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

Summary:  Palm Beach Atlantic University’s (PBA) Athletic Department is seeking applications for the position of Coordinator of Athletics and Recreational Facilities and Operations This is a full-time 12-month position, managing the athletic facilities and operations for an NCAA Division II institution and member of the Sunshine State Conference (SSC).  The position is responsible for all day-to-day activity, scheduling, and maintenance of athletics and recreational facilities.  Oversight of facilities and operations must adhere to all budgetary guidelines, as well as University, Sunshine State Conference (SSC), and NCAA rules and regulations.

Responsibilities & Qualifications:   To successfully perform the duties of the position the successful candidate will have a combination of excellent interpersonal skills, strong organizational and analytical skills, as well as an ability to work non-traditional hours. The coordinator will report to the Director of Athletics.  The candidate will possess a high level of self-motivation and  the ability to work independently  to perform expected duties and responsibilities

The coordinator of the athletics office is responsible for the management and day-to-day operations of the athletics and recreational facilities. The qualified candidate with strong interpersonal and management skills will successfully be able to work with a wide variety of PBA employees and community members including the employees of the athletic department, student development, advancement office, and university maintenance.   

Experience in supervisory and training ability is desired as the coordinator will lead, mentor, supervise, interview, and direct student workers, temporary employees, and volunteers in daily activities and special events.  Excellent organizational skills, event management, and computer skills are required to successfully maintain scheduling, organization, and leadership of the facilities and operations.  Management and leadership of the facilities for game-day events will often be held during evenings and weekends. The coordinator must be able to work non-traditional hours to successfully perform the required duties.

Competency in computer skills and content management is necessary.  To support the Athletics Facilities and Operations the successful candidate will have database management skills in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and other Microsoft Office programs.

Education and/or Experience:  A Bachelor’s degree is required from a regionally accredited higher education institution.  At least one year of work experience is required.

 Head Men's & Women's Tennis Coach 

STATUS:                  Full-time  10 Month

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  Palm Beach Atlantic University’s (PBA) Athletic Department is seeking applications for the position of Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach.  Located in West Palm Beach, Florida, PBA is a non-denominational Christian University, an NCAA Division II institution and member of the Sunshine State Conference (SSC).  This is a full-time 10-month position.  The Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach will be a positive, energetic leader who is responsible for the overall management of the Men’s and Women’s Tennis programs with student-athlete welfare as a guiding principle. This position is responsible for coordinating all aspects of a diverse and dynamic tennis program including, but not limited to: managing the day-to-day operations, recruiting academically, athletically and mission-fit student-athletes, assisting with fundraising, budget management and hiring support staff. Management of the program must adhere to all budgetary guidelines, as well as University, Sunshine State Conference (SSC) and NCAA rules and regulations.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:  The successful candidate will be expected to adhere to university and department policies, procedures, and regulations, and laws, bylaws, rules, policies, regulations and constitutional provisions of the NCAA, Sunshine State Conference, and PBA. The recruitment of quality prospective student-athletes to ensure team performance and to meet program objectives, as well as teaching and coaching student-athletes to develop and acquire the tactical, technical, and physical components of the game are requirements of this position. Oversight of the academic progress of student-athletes is integral in the role.

Essential duties of this position also include primary oversight of the administration of the men’s and women’s tennis program, including budget management, fundraising, practice and competition, and team travel, as well as working with the athletic training staff and strength and conditioning coach relative to the health and safety of the student-athletes. The position includes supervision of the support staff, including their hiring, training, evaluating, and mentoring.

QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate will have a demonstrated working knowledge and understanding of NCAA rules and regulations.  Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to effectively communicate and counsel student-athletes on the requirements of personal conduct, academic performance, and athletic performance is a requirement for this position.  Leading by example, the successful candidate will excel in the demonstration of professional conduct and ethical behavior.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university is required, as is, a minimum of three (3) years of tennis coaching experience or equivalent.

Head  Softball Coach 

STATUS:                  Full-time  10 Month

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  Palm Beach Atlantic University’s (PBA) Athletic Department is seeking applications for the position of Head Softball Coach.  Located in West Palm Beach, Florida, PBA is a non-denominational Christian University, an NCAA Division II institution and member of the Sunshine State Conference (SSC).  This is a full-time 10-month position.  The Head Softball Coach will be a positive, energetic leader who is responsible for the overall management of the Softball program with student-athlete welfare as a guiding principle. This position is responsible for coordinating all aspects of a diverse and dynamic softball program including, but not limited to: managing the day-to-day operations, recruiting academically, athletically, and mission-fit student-athletes, assisting with fundraising, budget management, and hiring support staff. Management of the program must adhere to all budgetary guidelines, as well as University, Sunshine State Conference (SSC), and NCAA rules and regulations.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:  The successful candidate will be expected to adhere to university and department policies, procedures, and regulations, and laws, bylaws, rules, policies, regulations, and constitutional provisions of the NCAA, Sunshine State Conference, and PBA. Requirements of this position include the recruitment of quality prospective student-athletes to ensure team performance and to meet program objectives, as well as teaching and coaching student-athletes to develop and acquire the tactical, technical, and physical components of the game. Oversight of the academic progress of student-athletes is integral in the role.

Essential duties of this position also include primary oversight of the administration of the Softball program, including budget management, fundraising, practice and competition, and team travel, as well as working with the athletic training staff and strength and conditioning coach relative to the health and safety of the student-athletes. The position includes supervision of the support staff, including their hiring, training, evaluating, and mentoring.

QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate will have a demonstrated working knowledge and understanding of NCAA rules and regulations.  Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to effectively communicate and counsel student-athletes on the requirements of personal conduct, academic performance, and athletic performance are a requirement for this position.  Leading by example, the successful candidate will excel in the demonstration of professional conduct and ethical behavior.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university is required, as is, a minimum of three (3) years of Softball coaching experience.


CAMPUS SAFETY & SECURITY

Dispatcher

STATUS:             Full-Time;   Afternoon Shift   (3pm-11pm,  Monday-Friday)

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY: This position is a skilled emergency and non-emergency task work that involves receiving emergency and non-emergency requests for assistance, determining the 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 persons in a variety of situations. Work may be done separately or in conjunction with other dispatchers, officers, and/or administrative staff.

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 via radio frequencies; 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 departmental regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Checks 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 (PBA Alert).
  • Monitors, reviews, and pulls footage from the University's CCTV System.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:  Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred.  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:  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, prospective students and families, and at times, city/county law enforcement.  Should demonstrate a commitment to the university's purpose and mission.

Dispatcher

STATUS:            Part-Time; Night/Weekend Shift   (Friday 11:00 p.m. to Saturday 11:00 a.m. and Saturday 11:00 p.m. to  Sunday 11:00 a.m.)

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY: This position is a skilled emergency and non-emergency task work that involves receiving emergency and non-emergency requests for assistance, determining the 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 persons in a variety of situations. Work may be done separately or in conjunction with other dispatchers, officers, and/or administrative staff.

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 via radio frequencies; 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 departmental regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Checks 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 (PBA Alert).
  • Monitors, reviews, and pulls footage from the University's CCTV System.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:  Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred.  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.

Patrol Officer

STATUS:              Full-Time ( Two Officers Needed)

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.


eLEARNING OFFICE

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.


Enrollment Management

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.      


       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.


   REGISTRAR'S OFFICE                   

Registrar Associate       

STATUS:                Full-time

AVAILABLE:          Until filled

Summary:  Manage the production, maintenance, and output of academic data.  Analyze and ensure the integrity of academic policies and practices.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will maintain and/or produce academic documents to support students and maintain in compliance with state, federal and accrediting mandates, as well as working with external agencies to provide compliance verification.

To perform this job successfully, the employee must able to interpret academic data as is necessary to assist students in their degree requirements.  In addition, tasks in the registrations process will include: assisting in editing the catalog with accurate resources and information; work with and assist in registration settings to provide schedules and information for students; and assisting and participating in Registrar events, such as Commencement. Duties will include compiling reports to ensure compliance with deadlines in key academic grading and registration periods, as well as assisting faculty with coordination of grade entry as needed.   Preparation of and conducting presentations for faculty and other non-departmental staff, in communicating and sharing updated policies and practices of the Registrar data, training them in understanding the data and the necessity to conforming to the University policies and procedures are tasks in this position.

Other duties including maintaining the department web and portal pages, cross-training co-workers and serving as back-up support as needed in the Registrar’s office.

This position requires a detail-oriented and a personable, communicative employee with the ability to manage time, assigned responsibilities and to respond to inquiries and concerns from students, faculty, staff and other members of the campus and business communities.

 EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  A bachelor's degree from a four-year college is required.  A master’s degree is preferred.  Two years of related experience is required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office products, including Excel and Access and be able to learn other systems quickly.  Database experience is preferred.

 


         RINKER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS                       

Secretary to the Dean           

STATUS:                Full-Time

AVAILABLE:          Until filled

SUMMARY:  The Rinker School of Business seeks a candidate for the Secretary to the Dean  position.   The Secretary to the Dean is a key administrative member, providing clerical and administrative support to the Dean and also serving as a key liaison in communication between the Dean and faculty/students of the Rinker School of Business, other university employees, prospective and current students, and external constituents.  

QUALIFICATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate will have strong organizational and interpersonal skills.  The Secretary to the Dean provides information to callers and visitors, schedules appointments, takes minutes and otherwise relieves the Dean of clerical work and minor administrative and business detail. The strong candidate must be skilled in working with and assisting students and potential students and must be comfortable working with diverse populations. The qualified candidate will possess the ability to do the following:

  • Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Write routine reports and correspondence.
  • Apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
  • Deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
  • The well-qualified candidate will have excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office Outlook, Word and Excel.

EDUCATION AND REQUIREMENTS: An Associate degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school preferred; or six months to one-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.


 SCHOOL OF MINISTRY

Secretary to the Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs

STATUS:              Full-Time

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY:     The Secretary is a key administrative member of the School of Ministry Graduate Department, providing clerical and administrative support to the Assistant Dean and also serving as a key liaison in communication between the Assistant Dean and faculty/students of the Graduate Department, other PBA offices. The Secretary will provide excellent customer service through strong interpersonal skills and will play a key role in planning and execution of outreach opportunities, often as the first point of contact with prospective students and external constituents.

QUALIFCATIONS:   The successful candidate must demonstrate:

a) excellent administrative skills (managing personal calendars, organizing events, taking minutes in meetings, and maintaining budgets);

b) effective interpersonal relationship skills;

c) efficient organizational skills to coordinate tasks, solid communication skills, and the ability to work both individually and on a team;

d) proficient computer skills (e.g. Microsoft Office suite, internet) and be capable of learning proprietary software used by the campus to perform daily tasks;

e) proactive initiative as a self-starter, a self-learner, and a problem solver.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree is required (preferably in a ministry-related field,) and preference will be given to candidates with a minimum of one to three years of related work experience, with higher-education experience, and/or the ability to speak and write in Spanish.

Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Spiritual Development

STATUS:                Part-Time

AVAILABLE:          Until filled

SUMMARY:  This position provides administrative support to the Vice President for Spiritual Development in the daily operations of the office of Spiritual Development. The administrative assistant also will provide some leadership and support to the Coordinator of Chapel Services. This position provides excellent customer service to visitors and telephone callers, as well as serving the student population.

QUALIFICATIONS:   The successful candidate will have experience in organization, analytical tasks, and have excellent interpersonal skills.   As a representative of the Spiritual Development office, the administrative assistant will communicate with a wide variety of people, including university personnel and trustees, campus leadership, university students, student workers, as well as guests, visitors, and community and church leaders.  The individual will have a high degree of discernment while being able to maintain confidentiality and professionalism.

This position requires a strong ability in organization including maintaining the Vice President’s calendar and scheduling meetings with both internal and external constituents.  The individual will possess a high level of motivation to perform tasks with minimal supervision, and an ability to multi-task and prioritize work. 

A combination of strong customer services skills and analytical skills is required. Strong analytical skills are a qualification as the position will provide budget information, working with metrics for report creation, and maintaining and monitoring purchasing cards, requisitions, and purchase orders.  Maintenance of the office through expense reports, hire memos, transfer requests, and work orders are some of the duties of the position. Competency in computer skills and some content management skills are necessary. To carry out the functions of this position and further support the Spiritual Development office, the successful candidate will have database management skills and computer experience in Word, Excel, and Outlook and be comfortable providing excellent customer service to visitors and telephone callers.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher education institution is required as well as a minimum of two to three years of related work experience.


 SCHOOL OF NURSING

Secretary to the Dean

STATUS:              Full-Time

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY:  The School of Nursing seeks a candidate for the Secretary to the Dean position.

EDUCATION AND REQUIREMENTS:   Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred.  One to three years related experience and/or training; higher education experience preferrred.

QUALIFICATIONS AND  RESPONSIBILITIES:  The qualified candidate will posess superior English language skills, including verbal and written communications, to communicate effectively via email, telephone and internet.  Must be comfortable speaking one-on-one with a wide variety of constituents and employees of the university, including administrators, faculty, staff, students,  community educators and community members.  The qualified candidate will be skilled in working with and assisting students and potential students and must be comfortable working with diverse populations.    The well-qualified candidate will have excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office Word and Excel proficiency. 


 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

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.