Staff Positions


Application Process

Applications for staff positions must include:

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

Click here for Applicant Questionnaire

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

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

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

Fax: (561) 803-2179

E-mail: Jobs@pba.edu

The application process remains open until the position is filled


WEST PALM BEACH CAMPUS   

 

ADVANCEMENT

AV Technician

STATUS:          Part-time

AVAILABLE:    Until filled

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

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

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

VIDEO CONTENT EDITOR

STATUS:          Full-time

AVAILABLE:    Until filled

Summary:  The Video Content Editor is a full-time staff member who will assist the Digital Media Manager in telling the PBA story through creative mediums, including video, to be shared across a variety of platforms, primarily consisting of live events, social media and web channels. The Video Content Editor will work closely with the Creative Services team to edit footage while keeping the director’s overall vision in mind.

Qualifications and Requirements:  The ideal candidate will have a background in media/videography, understand the elements of a finished quality video or film and have experience working in editing software such as Adobe Premiere. 

The well-qualified candidate will be able  to perform duties and responsibilities independently.  The position requires strong interpersonal skills with the ability to influence and align across a wide variety of people. The strong candidate will have the ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. An ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form is required.  Successful candidates will have the following qualifications which are representative of the knowledge, skill, and ability needed.

  • Proficiency in creative storytelling, including storyboarding.
  • Proficiency with film/video best practices and equipment operation/handling.
  • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite and video editing software (Premiere, Final Cut Pro and After Effects).
  • Animation design skills are a plus.
  • Proven visual storyteller.
  • General working knowledge of a variety of media platforms and formats (i.e. social media, web, etc.).

Education and Experience:  A Baccalaureate degree in cinema arts/film from an accredited institution or commensurate work experience in a business or non-profit setting  is required. Preference will be given to candidates with a background in higher education.


ATHLETICS

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  (Three Officers Needed; one for each shift 7a.m. -3 p.m.,  3 p.m. - 11 p.m., and  11 p.m. - 7 a.m.) 

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.

Please specify on the application which shift(s) you are interested in applying for.

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.


Office of the Controller

Cashier

STATUS:        Full-Time

AVAILABLE:  Until Filled

Summary:  This position is responsible for processing multiple forms of payment from students, employees, and guests of the University.  Strong internal controls must be maintained to ensure all forms of payment accepted by the University are recorded accurately and completely.  Strong customer service skills are needed since this position interacts heavily with employees, students, and visitors.

Responsibilities: The Cashier will provide stellar customer service at all times assisting students, families, and employees.  Functions of the cashier’s position will include processing cash, checks, and online revenues, accurately applying payments to accounts, and providing petty cash services for the University.  The Cashier will also assist in special projects and perform other duties as required.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have experience in cash handling, cash reconciliation, bank deposit preparation, and general cashiering ability.  Experience in keyboarding and data entry skills is required. Must have excellent oral, interpersonal, and written communication skills and organizational and problem-solving skills.  The successful candidate will have exceptional customer service skills; able to service a wide variety of constituents of the University including students, parents, and employees. 

The highly preferred candidate will have experience in working independently and also within a team environment.   A candidate who can effectively deal with multiple and changing priorities, demonstrates initiative, and the ability to undertake prompt, appropriate action to correct any inaccuracies is desired.  Must be proficient with Microsoft Office, including Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, and other software applications.

Education and Experience:   Must possess a high school diploma or GED.  A minimum of one year of experience in the area is required.


Enrollment Management

Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Enrollment Management

STATUS:                 Full-time

AVAILABLE:          Until filled

SUMMARY:   In support of the University’s mission and enrollment objectives, the Administrative Assistant coordinates, and/or performs a wide variety of administrative and planning activities for the Vice President for Enrollment Management. The Administrative Assistant provides excellent customer service and serves as a primary point of administrative contact for internal and external constituencies.

The position serves as the Enrollment Management representative and support to the Admissions and Financial Aid office staff.   The Administrative Assistant also supports the Vice President on project management, and institutional projects and initiatives. 

QUALIFICATIONS:  The Administrative Assistant will have a proven track record of providing outstanding customer service with a strong sense of confidentiality and discernment in carrying out daily tasks.  The candidate will have exceptional verbal and written communication skills and is proficient in the use of technology tools including but not limited to Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.   Experience in budget management and budget preparation is required as the position will be assisting the Vice President in such areas.  The successful candidate will be able to serve as a Christian role model and successfully be able to articulate their faith in Jesus Christ.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is preferred.  A minimum of three years of administrative experience in a collegiate setting or substantial administrative experience in a related area is required. 

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 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.      

 


 GREGORY SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

Secretary to the Dean

STATUS:             Full-Time

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY:  The Gregory School of Pharmacy seeks a candidate for the Secretary to the Dean position.  The Secretary provides direct assistance to the Dean to oversee tasks and responsibilities that are managed by the Dean's Office. Such tasks and responsibilities involve students, faculty, staff, and other stakeholders. The Secretary serves as the primary liaison between the Dean and external partners of the school, including industry leaders, donors, alumni, professional organizations, foundations, and various school supporters. Coordinates communication for the Dean's Office.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Secretary is responsible for maintaining, managing, and coordinating all functions of the office of the Dean.  Processing requisitions, managing correspondence, arranging travel, coordinating meetings, coordinating donations, and maintaining the office supplies and inventory are a few of the duties of this position.  Managing hire memos and supervision of student employees and FWS students is required.  Assisting in GSOP annual and special events is also included in these responsibilities.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:  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 qualified candidate will possess superior English language skills, including verbal and written communications, to communicate effectively via email, telephone, and the internet.   

The well-qualified candidate will have excellent computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Powerpoint - including the ability to create and effectively manage documents, spreadsheets, graphs, charts, and slide presentations associated with the same. An ability to learn and navigate various computer programs, including Jenzabar and any new programs or databases that are a part of the department's work will be required.

EDUCATION AND REQUIREMENTS:   A Bachelor’s degree is preferred.  One to three years related experience and or training.  Experience in higher education is preferred.

Secretary for Experiential Programs

STATUS:             Full-Time

AVAILABLE:       Until Filled

SUMMARY:  The Secretary for Experiential Programs provides essential administrative support to the department of experiential programs and the Gregory School of Pharmacy. This position focuses mostly on providing support to the experiential program (approximately 75%} while also providing support to the Gregory School of Pharmacy (approximately 25%}. Please note these percentages are approximations and may vary. The secretary provides essential administrative support to the offices for Experiential Programs within the Gregory School of Pharmacy by managing student records, preceptor records, training site records, and other records associated with the experiential program-related records.  The secretary also arranges and coordinates calendars and schedules appointments, meetings as well as assist in the coordination and administration of school events associated with the program.

QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal, communication, organizational, and administrative skills with the ability to manage the daily activities of the program as well as experience in creating and maintaining reports, records, and correspondence for the program.  Candidates will have a strong knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint - including the ability to create and effectively manage documents, spreadsheets, graphs, charts, and slide presentations associated with the same.

Proficiency in the computer programs mentioned and the ability to learn and navigate other computer programs, including Jenzabar, learning management systems, and any new programs or databases which are part of the department's work is required. Experience in assisting in the coordination and planning of quarterly and annual events is highly preferred.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  An Associate’s degree (A.A.) or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school and six months to one year of related experience and/or training are required.


 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.

Network Services Manager

STATUS:                 Full-time

AVAILABLE:          Until filled

Summary:  Manages and directly supervises a team that provides comprehensive network, telecommunication, and datacenter services & strategies for the Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBAU). Responsible for the development of PBAU's Local Area Network & Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN), wireless networks, Storage Area Network Infrastructure and virtual environments. Ensures the planning, acquisition, installation, change management, maintenance, and research for recommendations of network, telecommunication, and datacenter system upgrades and improvements. Serves as the Senior Network Engineer and subject matter expert for the University, providing guidance to the Network Services team as required on capital upgrades as well as yearly initiatives. Develops processes and procedures to drive department efficiencies. Assists in development, and meeting of, departmental budget. Reviews and manages virtual environment, LAN/WAN performance and controls. Tests, maintains and implements plans and procedures for disaster recovery.  Excelling in verbal and written communication skills, the Director will manage and supervise the ITS team, work with other PBA employees and outside vendors in a professional and effective manner.

Establishes, develops, and implements policies and procedures for data network, datacenter equipment, LAN/WAN infrastructure and operating systems. Provides network system performance, utilization, compliance, quality and trend reports. Participate in the development of and take ownership of applicable security policies.

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will excel in supervision, project management and customer service.  A proven track record in network security and reliability is required with an ability to develop, implement and manage network security policies, plans and procedures. Excellent communication skills and teamwork ability is key as this position requires working closely with the Network Securities team as well as employees across the university.

Education and/or Experience
A bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) from a four-year college or university is required. Major in computer science, business, or related field is preferred.  Seven to ten years of experience or related field preferred.

TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR

STATUS:                 Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

Summary:   Supports the various areas within Information Technology Services (ITS) as necessary and appropriate for the purpose of excellent technology service to meet the needs of the community.  Responsible for management of University technology inventory.  Tasks include inventory purchasing, control, assignment, and disposal. Manages and controls all technology purchases not only for ITS but also for academic and business areas of the university. Keeps apprised of changes in the technologies available and directions of future technology development. Serves as faculty liaison on the Academic Technology Committee, participating in and reporting to various meetings and engagements. Performs assigned administrative duties and general clerical work.

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have excellent logistical, organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills as crucial duties include organizing and coordinating ITS procedures and policies, plans for effective use of technology, ongoing technology professional development, and overall efficiency for the office. 

Experience in performing general administrative tasks is required as the Coordinator will work closely with the Vice President for ITS in preparing financial and administrative reports, communications, and other special assignments. Strong analytical, administrative, and interpersonal skills are required as the Coordinator will also serve on the Academic Technology Committee and will work effectively as a team member; working with staff within the ITS department as well as employees and offices across the university. Exceptional written and oral skills are required as the Coordinator will represent the university both externally and in working with other offices at PBA.

A strong ability in organization is required as the Coordinator will oversee and manage computer and related technology equipment purchased for the university; overseeing contracts and maintaining accurate inventory.   Exceptional interpersonal skill is required as the Coordinator will be the liaison between PBA and vendors and other third parties working with Information Technology.  The ability to administer and maintain contracts, agreements, and other documentation regarding copyright compliance on university-owned property is required.  Knowledge of government standards, copyright, and acceptable use policies in the industry are preferred.

Education and/or Experience
A bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) from an accredited  four-year college or university is required. A major in computer information systems, business, or related field is preferred. Two to three years of experience in an Information Technology Services office or a comparable area is required.  Significant experience in the use of Microsoft Office toolkit including Outlook, Word, and Excel is required.


          OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT                     

Assistant to the President     

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

Summary:   The primary role of the Assistant to the President will be to serve as a Project Manager for the President’s projects. In this capacity, the management of the operations, from the planning stage to the final evaluation report of the project, will be the responsibility of the Assistant to the President.  This individual will work closely with other PBA employees in the planning, initiation, and execution of the project to ensure that all stages of the project are moving smoothly, timely, and effectively to complete the President’s vision for the project. The PBA strategic plan will be a major component.

The Assistant to the President will provide general support to the President’s Office.  General support duties for the President’s Office include coordination, oversight, and performance of administrative and planning activities, including special project management.   The Assistant to the President provides outstanding customer service, with a strong sense of confidentiality and discernment in carrying out daily tasks, and may serve as a primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies. The Assistant to the President may serve on a variety of committees in a support capacity and will be able to multi-task and prioritize assignments. 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is required.  A minimum of three years' of administrative experience in a collegiate setting or substantial administrative experience in a related area is also required.  Experience in project management and strategic planning is desirable.     


OFFICE OF THE PROVOST

Senior Research Analyst

STATUS:                  Full-time

AVAILABLE:           Until filled

SUMMARY:  The Senior Research Analyst oversees and provides leadership for institutional research and reporting functions of the University and works closely with other members of the department as well as representatives from Registrar's Office, Financial Aid, Business Services, Admissions, and others. The Senior Research Analyst reports to the Assistant Provost.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Research Analyst will collect, compile, and analyze data that will aid the University in making decisions about enrollment, budget planning, admissions policies, retention studies, and assessment of academic programs in order to improve the environment for students and to assess the quality of the academic program.  Functioning as the IPEDS keyholder, the Research Analyst will be responsible for oversight of the preparation and timely submission of all institutional reports requesting University data sent to external organizations (IPEDs, NCAA, Peterson's, Barron's, Princeton Review, ICUF, U.S. News and World Report, etc.), and preparing data for the annual Academic Program Review.   In addition, the position will supervise the annual production of an online Fact Book containing relevant annual data to support decision-making of the University.  The Research Analyst will develop and maintain a Dashboard for use of the Cabinet and Trustees in decision making. Duties will also include responding to internal requests for data from the president, vice president, deans, and directors.

QUALIFICATIONS:The successful candidate will have strong analytical skills and a proven ability in performing duties and responsibilities independently. The candidate will have strong interpersonal skills and will be able to work effectively and communicate well with a wide variety of constituents, including PBA leadership, faculty, and administration as well as higher education community organizations personnel.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:   Must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Data Science, Business, Statistics, Marketing or a related field from an accredited higher education institution.  A Master’s degree in a related field is preferred. Must have at least one year of data management experience in higher education.


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 preferred.

QUALIFICATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The qualified candidate will possess 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.

 


WARREN LIBRARY

ACCESS SERVICES SPECIALIST

STATUS:              Full-Time (Evening; 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.)

AVAILABLE:        Immediately

SUMMARY:  Access Services Specialist provides supervision of and excellent customer for the library’s service desk in a team setting with the Access Services department (consisting of library staff and student workers) along with the Librarians.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:  Successful candidates for the Access Services Specialist will be self-motivated and organized.    An ability to work independently, and at the same time, function in a team setting is required.   Candidates will have strong attention to detail, be customer service oriented, and have strong oral and written skills.  Successful candidates will have an exceptional ability to make just-in-time independent decisions and judgments for safety and building issues as required.  A high level of discretion and sound judgment is required in applying university rules and procedures. 

Experience in supervision, training, and mentoring of student assistants and part-time employees is highly preferred.  Proficiency in the use of computer applications is required and/or have the ability to be trained in the use of library-specific software, office applications, scheduling, and payroll software.  A strong commitment and ability to integrate one’s faith with day-to-day job performance are required.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Duties require knowledge of library operations, policies, and procedures and high levels of collegiality and responsibility.  The Access Services Specialist is responsible for training supervising and evaluating all work-study and other student assistants working within the Access Services department. In addition, the Access Services Specialist will ensure proper charge and discharge of materials using the library’s automated system, manage access to and maintenance of library collections, collect and deposit library fees and maintain record-keeping of transactions, as well as provide patron assistance at the Service Desk.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:  A Bachelor’s degree is preferred. An Associates’ degree is required.  Business or non-profit work experience demonstrating excellent customer service skills, commitment to teamwork, staff supervision, and related experience is required.  Experience in a library setting is preferred.

SCHEDULE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION:  The normal work-week for this position is Sunday through Thursday, 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.This is a 40 hour-a-week position, required to work assigned hours during times the library hours are adjusted for breaks and holidays including taking a one-hour meal break each workday. 

The library hours are adjusted, during school breaks, to Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The schedule for this position is adjusted according to the University schedule and library open hours for the following breaks and University and Legal Holidays: The Labor Day holiday, fall break, the Thanksgiving holiday, Christmas break, the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, Spring Break, the Easter holiday, and summer break.