PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

 


Closing Date:
06/01/15

DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE
Highlands University

HOURS / WEEK:    
DAYS OF WEEK:   
SALARY RANGE:  
 

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
New Mexico Highlands University is accepting applications for a Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), with the position beginning in July, 2015. As the founding Director of the CTE, this individual will provide leadership and oversight of faculty development opportunities and resources for teaching. The new Center for Teaching Excellence will serve the New Mexico Highlands University community by providing programming, resources and support for quality teaching and advising, and for the assessment of effective student learning. The CTE will support Tenured and Tenure‐Track Faculty, Visiting Professors, Instructors, Graduate Instructors, and other professional staff who are teaching as NMHU faculty, and is committed to providing workshops, discussion groups, individualized support, resources and to coordinating invited speakers and scholars on teaching excellence.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Implement the mission and goals of the Center.
  • Collaborate with NMHU faculty to organize and deliver Center programs and activities, including facultyled discussions of effective teaching practices, non‐content teaching workshops, and activities that meet the specific teaching needs of academic units.
  • Collaborate with other campus entities involved with faculty development activities.
  • Collaborate with Educational Outreach Services’ Distance Education and Title V programs.
  • Support scholarship on teaching and help build a sense of community among NMHU faculty as reflective educators.
  • Advocate for a reward structure that recognizes teaching excellence and participation in the Center.
  • Coordinate program development and seek external funding to support initiatives.
  • Meet regularly with the CTE Advisory Board and once per semester with the Faculty Senate to discuss CTE activities.
  • Develop and/or manage educational technology resources and training.
  • Supervise the Administrative Assistant/GA (and other staffs as the program / resources expand).
  • Prepare and manage the Center budget.
  • Maintain/update content on the CTE website.
  • Prepare a yearly report on activities, participation, and outcomes assessment.
  • Provide instructional design support for classroom and online instructors.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION:
    MA, MS, or M.Ed.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
   Two years’ direct experience in faculty development programs (coordinating professional
development projects and activities).

  Knowledge of and experience with current and innovative teaching practices, including e‐learning and distance education.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
  
Ph.D. or Ed.D.
   Successful grant writing experience.
   Three or more years of experience in faculty development programs.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Skill and expertise in working with faculties (e.g. full‐time, part‐time, tenured, adjunct, graduate assistants).
  • Ability in the use of technologies and/or strategies to enhance pedagogy.
  • Excellent communication skills.
REQUIREMENTS

  May be required to travel to NMHU Centers (satellite campuses).
  Minimal physical requirements.

WORK ENVIROMENT
  Work is performed in an office/classroom setting.

For more detailed information regarding the position you may contact Dr. Teresita Aguilar, Provost and VPAA, (505) 454‐3311, or taguilarvpaa@nmhu.edu. 

HOW TO APPLY
Candidates must submit the following: 1) a letter of application describing skills and experiences most relevant to the position, 2) curriculum vita, 3) copies of advanced degree transcripts, 4) evidence or example of faculty development initiative/program implemented by applicant, 5) three letters of reference, and 6) names/address/phone numbers of the people providing the letters of reference. References will be contacted in conjunction with the on‐campus interview. Official transcripts should be requested upon acceptance of the on‐campus interview. Submit application materials to:

New Mexico Highlands University
Human Resources
Director of Center for Teaching Excellence
P.O. Box 9000
Las Vegas, NM 87701

Application materials may be sent via email to: jobs@nmhu.edu [Please add “CTE Director” on subject line.]

For disabled access or services call 505‐454‐3242 or email hr@nmhu.edu

NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY IS AN EEO EMPLOYER.
(Posted:  05/11/15)

Closing Date:
05/22/15

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
Navajo Housing Authority

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Min - Fri
SALARY RANGE:  
 $78,418

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
This class is the second of three levels in the Executive Leadership series. This is a broad classification encompassing incumbents responsible for the executive management of NHA-wide administrative functions of significant scope and complexity. Responsibilities may include; developing the overall goals, policies, and objectives of the assigned area(s); developing long-term strategy; managing external relations to improve and increase NHA's visibility and reputation; and determining the overall budget and allocation of resources to multiple departments, programs, and functions. Serves as Chief Administrative Services Officer for the Navajo Housing Authority to manage all aspects of the Administrative Services Support Branch including planning, organizing, and managing all functions of daily program operations of Human Resources, Information Technology, Risk Management, Occupational Health and Safety Management, Records Management, and Procurement Management in accordance with NAHASDA regulations and established standards, rules, regulations and objectives of the Navajo Housing Authority. This position is leadership driven to the organization with respect to relations with the Board of Commissioners, members, guest, employees, community, government and industry. Recommends appropriate policies and procedure and works directly with all division directors and department managers. Serves as an internal leader of the organization. Incumbents at this level are responsible for leading and directing the work of lower level directors and managers, and exercise considerable authority regarding the distribution of NHA resources.

Requirements: Valid Driver’s License; Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, or related field; Ten or more years of progressively responsible management experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience necessary to perform the essential responsibilities of the assigned position.

HOW TO APPLY
Apply on-line at www.hooghan.org

(Posted:  05/13/15)

 

Closing Date:
05/22/15

CHIEF OFERATING OFFICER
Navajo Housing Authority

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Mon - Fri
SALARY RANGE:  
 $78,418

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
This class is the second of three levels in the Executive Leadership series. This is a broad classification encompassing incumbents responsible for the executive management of NHA-wide administrative functions of significant scope and complexity. Responsibilities may include; developing the overall goals, policies, and objectives of the assigned area(s); developing long-term strategy; managing external relations to improve and increase NHA's visibility and reputation; and determining the overall budget and allocation of resources to multiple departments, programs, and functions. Serves as Chief Operating Officer for the Navajo Housing Authority to manage all aspects of the Operations Branch including planning, organizing, and managing all functions of daily program operations of Quality Inspection Programs, Environmental Clearance Program, Development & Construction Services Division, Housing Management Division, and Facilities & Fleet Management Division in accordance with NAHASDA regulations and established standards, rules, regulations, and objectives of the Navajo Housing Authority. This position is leadership driven to the organization with respect to relationships with the Board of Commissioners, members, guest, employees, community, government and industry. Recommends appropriate policies and procedures and work directly with all division directors. Serves as an internal leader of the organization. Incumbents at this level are responsible for leading and directing the work of lower level directors and managers, and exercise considerable authority regarding the distribution of NHA resources.

Requirements: Valid Driver’s License; Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, engineering, construction management, or related field; Ten or more years of progressively responsible management experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience necessary to perform the essential responsibilities of the assigned position.

HOW TO APPLY
Apply on-line at www.hooghan.org

(Posted:  05/13/15)
 

Closing Date:
06/30/15

RADIO STATION POSITIONS
Entercom (Denver, CO)
KOSI 101,  Alice 105.9    The Mountain 99.5 FM    KEZW  1430 AM

HOURS / WEEK:    Varies
DAYS OF WEEK:    Varies
SALARY RANGE:  
 Varies

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Positions Available:

Marketing, Programs & Events Internship
Account Executive
Promotions Associate – Part time
Digital Content Coordinator / Graphics
On-Air Personalities
Sales Associate
Interns
 

HOW TO APPLY
Come by the Career Center to view the job descriptions and application process.

(Posted:  4/29/15)

Closing Date:
05/29/15

Personal Loan Specialist (15-0936)
Springleaf Financial Services

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:   
SALARY RANGE:  
 DOE

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Are you motivated in an environment where you control your financial earnings through a strong incentive program? Are you passionate about providing an exceptional customer experience? If you are seeking an opportunity for progressive career advancement in an environment where you make a difference in people's lives, then Springleaf is your place to succeed.

Springleaf is a market leader in the personal loan industry. Lending made personal means that we’ve been putting customers first for 90+ years by making the Springleaf promise of friendly, fast and affordable financing a reality for our customers.
Personal Loan Specialist:
As a Springleaf Personal Loan Specialist, you have an opportunity to learn every facet of direct consumer lending; including business development and sales, credit underwriting, and client servicing. You establish and build customer relationships through sales and delivering exceptional service. Through your understanding of our personal loan products, you and your branch team assist customers in making educated decisions that help them achieve their financial goals. In addition, you learn and follow all applicable compliance policies and regulations.
Individualized training plans support career progression. Advancement opportunities are available for Branch Manager, District Manager and beyond. Springleaf employees benefit from competitive compensation and sales driven incentive programs, health, dental, vision, 401k, profit sharing, paid time-off, paid volunteer time, tuition reimbursement and more.
Role Qualifications:
• Strong sales orientation
• Customer service experience preferred
• Excellent communication skills that demonstrate the ability to provide an exceptional customer experience
• Experience in prioritizing multiple tasks and achieving goals
• Ability to thrive in a fast-paced team environment
• Quickly analyze challenging situations and provide solutions
• Motivated by controlling your financial earning potential
• College experience a plus

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply directly to link:
https://rn11.ultipro.com/spr1003/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=5521

(Posted:  04/16/15)

Closing Date:
06/08/15

PURCHASING AGENT
Crossfire, LLC

HOURS / WEEK:    45
DAYS OF WEEK:    Mon - Fri
SALARY RANGE:  
 Varies

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Qualified candidate must possess one year of current relevant experience in a data entry role and have accurate and fast typing skills. Candidate must be dependable, organized and detail oriented. Experience with SAP Software, purchasing and the oilfield industry preferred. Candidate must possess good interpersonal skills. Successful candidate will be required to pass a pre-employment drug test.

Crossfire, LLC offers a competitive salary, medical benefits and 401(k) plan. If you are interested in joining our dynamic and growing company, please send resume to recruiting@crossfire-llc.com

HOW TO APPLY
recruiting@crossfire-llc.com or stop by 820 Airport Road in Durango, Colorado.

(Posted:  4/8/15)

Closing Date:
6/11/15

LEARNING CENTER COORDINATOR
Dine College Tuba City

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Monday - Friday
SALARY RANGE:  
 $32,255

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Responsible for the overall daily operation of the Learning Center in accordance with the institutional policies and procedures, the goals and objectives, and the educational philosophy of the Dine College. Initiates, plans, implements, and evaluates programs and activities.

HOW TO APPLY
To apply, visit Dine College website at www.dinecollege.edu. Health, Life Insurance, 401-K, 403-B, and short term disability available. Place of employment is located at Tuba City Dine College Campus.

(Posted:  3/11/15)