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Web Design Specialist-Marketing ~ Show Details

Web Design Specialist - Marketing
Information Technology/Butler University


Butler University is seeking an experienced individual for the position of Web Design Specialist in the web development area.  An individual in this role will work closely with the Marketing and Communications department in conjunction with Information Technology to advance the University mission in communicating to our constituents by way of web technologies.  The position will be partially embedded, co-located within the Marketing and Communications team as well as within Information Technology on an 80% to 20% schedule.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Front-end web development for www.butler.edu and internal websites
• Ongoing support of University websites
• Website troubleshooting
• Test web usability, as necessary per project
• Ensure cross-browser compatibility
• Continuous development and implementation of web standards
• Ability to define requirements and facilitate discussions in a team environment
• Collaborate with back-end web developers and team members to project completion
• Provide technical support in the University's digital marketing efforts
• Strong customer service orientation
• Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism
• Written documentation when necessary

COMPETENCIES AND REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science or a related field
• Minimum 2 years of web development experience
• Proficiency in HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Wordpress
• Development within a CMS environment (e.g., Umbraco, Drupal)
• Experience with common JavaScript libraries (e.g., jQuery)
• Experience with creating and parsing RSS and JSON feeds
• Knowledge of popular web browsers and DOM inconsistencies
• Awareness of responsive design techniques and development for mobile devices
• Practical experience with plug-in browser developer tools
• Familiarity with Microsoft .NET and PHP, or a drive to learn
• Graphic design tool experience (e.g., Adobe Creative Suite)

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to ithiring@butler.edu .

Operations Manager-Schrott Center for the Arts INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY/LEAD CANDIDATE IDENTIFIED ~ Show Details

Operations Manager
Schrott Center for the Arts/Butler University

INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY/LEAD CANDIDATE IDENTIFIED

Butler University seeks an Operations Manager for the 425-seat Schrott Center for the Arts.  The Operations Manager will run the day-to-day operations of the building. 

Responsibilities:

• Schedule all dance, music, and theatre performances, art exhibits and other events in the building in conjunction with the Jordan College of Fine Arts and the Schrott Production Manager
• Establish operational procedures and protocols for use of the building
• Evaluate, select and implement box office software
• Select, train and supervise audience management/front-of-house and box office staff
• Oversee budgets and implement financial procedures
• The Operations Manager will teach one (1) course each semester in the Arts Administration Department

Requirements:

• Master's degree (or equivalent experience) in the performing arts, arts management or event management
• At least three (3) years of significant experience working in performing arts or event management
• Experience in training and supervising student workers
• Experience in development of box office procedures
• Background in budgeting and financial reporting
• Teaching experience at the undergraduate level
• Must be willing to work evening and weekend hours

To apply:  Send resume, cover letter and 3 references electronically to: murness@butler.edu

Administrative Service Coordinator-INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY ~ Show Details

College of Education/Butler University
Administrative Services Coordinator
Program Coordinator for Web Development & Marketing
INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY

Responsibilities:
• Provide primary support to the Assistant Dean of the College of Education.
• Work with the Assistant Dean involving student issues.
• Work closely with personnel in Web Marketing, Print Marketing and University Relations to coordinate online and market presence.
• Support the College of Education through managing online presence, social media, videos, blog; and marketing of all COE programs and new initiatives.
• Act as the clearinghouse for information from the Dean, Faculty & Staff to be sent to other university offices regarding the programs, events, communication that the COE would like to market. 
• Attend functions to document college and education related events and write stories for the websites and blog.
• Work with the Office of Admission in the coordination/arrangements of potential student visits.
• Assist students by answering their questions regarding the COE programs and requirements.
• Provide administrative support to undergraduate faculty as needed.

Requirements:
• Degree in either of the following:  English, Communications, Marketing
• Mastery of writing & editing skills
• Knowledge of purpose, guidelines and power of social media for marketing
• Knowledge of Butler Marketing Plan and ability to apply to several mediums using graphic design elements
• Computer skills in word processing, Excel spreadsheets, Power Point, Publisher and PeopleSoft

This is a full-time, 12 month position in the College of Education. 

Send resume, cover letter and 3 references electronically to Chris Price, cprice@butler.edu

ADA Technology Compliance Analyst ~ Show Details

ADA Technology Compliance Analyst
Butler University, Indianapolis, IN

Position Responsibilities:
• Facilitate a technological campus-wide ADA accessibility audit
• Establish and ensure campus-wide ADA accessibility and compliance for all electronic and information technology systems, including web-based information and applications
• Collaborate with Instructional Designers within the Center for Academic Technology to create ADA accessible on-line and on-ground coursework
• Work closely with relevant faculty/staff across campus to ensure equitable  ADA access for  all technological aspects of Butler courses including their interface with learning management systems
• Develop and present training programs, and  provide individual consultations, to campus community with regards to ADA  technological/electronic access
• Create policy, under supervision of director, regarding university expectations for ADA compliance for technology, electronics, websites, captioning, and electronically presented coursework materials
• Provide technical support for assistive technology as needed
• Work with departments on campus to develop procurement policies that support the purchase of ADA accessible technological and electronic products and services
• Provide direct assistive technology and technical departmental support to students/staff members in Student Disability Services
• Research, assess, and address campus-wide compliance-based responsibilities regarding captioning
  

Position requirements:
• Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree preferred
• Two to four years related and progressively responsible experience required; higher education experience preferred
• Demonstrated initiative and ability to work in a self-directed manner under supervision
• Demonstrated organizational ability
• Demonstrated understanding of ADA requirements as they relate to technological access
• Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills

To apply:  Please visit www.careerbuilder.com and enter keywords "Butler University".  Follow the instructions to upload your resume and a cover letter that details your interest in this position.

Arts Administration Community Partnership Coordinator Part-Time, 9-Month ~ Show Details

Arts Administration Community Partnership Coordinator
Part-Time, 9-Month
Butler University, Indianapolis, IN

The Community Partnership Coordinator is a 9-month, 24hr/week position that will work within the Arts Administration Department of the Jordan College of the Arts to further develop and implement an enhanced plan for experiential learning and internships for Arts Administration majors. The Partnership Coordinator will work in conjunction with current arts administration faculty and staff to assess current and create new community/student relationships and opportunities. This position reports to the Arts Administration department chair, and works in collaboration with the appropriate University offices throughout the university.

Responsibilities:
• Working with the faculty and staff of the Arts Administration Department, to develop a strategic plan to strengthen Butler University's commitment to community engagement and experiential learning in conjunction with the Jordan College of the Arts Dean and appropriate University departments and goals
• Maintaining cooperative working relationships with students, staff, faculty, city arts organizations, and the community   
• Monitoring the quality of all experiential learning opportunities to ensure appropriate student learning objectives
• Assisting students in securing internship sites, including review of resumes and cover letters
• Coordinating administrative aspects of experiential learning/internship placement for arts administration students
• Enhancing and developing relationships with arts and community contacts
• Developing and implementing internal and external communication methods to enhance the understanding of the Department and the College and to promote its students and programs
• Working with the Office of Communications and the Arts Marketing Specialist, assessing and reviewing related online and social media, including web development

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in arts administration, community development or a related field
• At least 2 years professional experience in arts administration, non-profit or related field
• Ability to clearly communicate ideas and recommendations both orally and in writing
• Knowledge of and experience in the non-profit and arts community within the Indianapolis metropolitan area
• Strong organizational, interpersonal, and technology skills
• Ability to function in situations requiring high degrees of collaboration, timeliness and deadlines
• Experience in supervising students at the undergraduate level
• Experience working with diverse populations
• Experience in working in an institution of higher education preferred

To apply, please visit www.careerbuilder.com and enter keywords "Butler University".  Follow the instructions to upload your resume, contact information for three (3) professional references and a cover letter that outlines your interest in and qualifications for this position.

Data Analyst, Advancement Services ~ Show Details

DATA ANALYST, ADVANCEMENT SERVICES
BUTLER UNIVERSITY

The Data Analyst position works in conjunction with the Advancement Services team to develop and write strong business intelligence tools in support of the University fundraising and relationship management goals.  The position reports to the Director of Advancement Services and is responsible for collaborating with the Director and other leadership within Advancement and throughout the University.  A strong candidate will have a solid understanding of data theory and experience with data manipulation, and retrieval functions, as well as experience with Oracle PL-SQL and reporting tools, such as Crystal Reports.  Experience troubleshooting and providing technical support strongly preferred. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Writing and modifying SQL reports for the offices of development, research, and alumni relations
• Designing processes and applications to assist in data management and  ensure data accuracy and integrity
• Working with others within Advancement and throughout the University to create new reports necessary to fulfill objectives
• Other duties and tasks as assigned

Skills required:

• An undergraduate degree is required
• Candidates with one or more years of proven experience or ability to further learn SQL and report formatting software, such as Crystal Reports, is required
• Experience with relational databases and data intensive projects preferred and experience with Advance a plus
• Ability to create test plans and test cases for data projects to ensure data quality
• Familiarity with various data formats, data theory and ability to transfer data between text files, database format, and mail / word processing merge applications is preferred
• Strong organizational skills and ability to work under time constraints are also required
• Commitment to professional growth will serve the candidate and University well

To apply please visit CareerBuilder and search for the key words "Butler University"; please include a cover letter and resume.

Director of Annual Giving-Advancement ~ Show Details

Director of Annual Giving - Advancement
Butler University

Butler University is seeking a Director of Annual Giving.  This position manages the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of annual gifts from constituents affiliated with Butler University.  Included is the supervision of annual campaigns for annual dollars raised to support the Butler Fund, the six academic colleges, the athletic department, and other university programs.  The Director of Annual Giving is responsible for professional and support staff supervision and the development, implementation and successful execution of fundraising plans that complement the other fundraising efforts of the Office of University Advancement.

Position Responsibilities:

• Lead a team of five (an associate director, assist. director, two engagement officers and an administrative assistant) to meet and surpass annual goals
• Create and manage a strategic and comprehensive communications plan for the annual giving program to include specific goals, objectives and actions that will increase the number of gifts and gift dollars received by Butler University through direct mail, Telefund, electronic and personal solicitation techniques
• Develop quantitative and qualitative benchmarks to measure results and to market the annual giving program through recognizable images, messages and techniques
• Cultivate, solicit, and steward gifts from individuals through the Ovid Butler Society (OBS) program and serve as a liaison to the volunteer Alumni Association Board of Directors
• Develop customized strategies as appropriate in conjunction with university colleges and programs
• Plan and oversee the implementation of special annual giving programs that include but are not limited to reunion giving, parent giving, faculty-staff giving, matching gifts, senior class and student giving, and recognition societies
• Arrange for, and host, hospitality events for donors and prospective donors
• Generate and review all materials relating to the RuffaloCODY master's site program including recruitment and training materials, calling scripts and talking points, commitment acknowledgments and reporting
• Manage annual  budget to accomplish the specific objectives and goals for the Office of Annual Giving
• Other duties as assigned

Position Requirements:

• Bachelor's degree required
• A minimum of three (3) years of director-level annual fund experience, preferably within a higher education setting
• Demonstrated record of significant ability to develop and implement solicitation strategies that ensure increased and sustained growth in the number of donors and the total dollars raised through annual giving programs, particularly related to alumni participation and unrestricted giving
• Successful management of special projects working with cross-functional team
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Ability to manage and mentor a development staff
• Willingness to travel and to work occasional evenings and weekends

Letters of interest should include a resume and three (3) current professional references.  Please send correspondence to Amorelle Gunst, agunst@butler.edu

Advancement Researcher ~ Show Details

Advancement Researcher
Butler University

Position Summary:
The Advancement Researcher conducts research in support of Butler Administration and University Advancement.  In addition, this position identifies and qualifies prospects for the purpose of major gift solicitation, and sometimes higher level annual fund solicitation, for all fundraising initiatives throughout the University.  S/he must have the ability to maintain strict confidentiality regarding constituent information and be able to work independently and as part of a team.  

Position requires a well developed customer-service orientation and attention to detail, and the ability to handle multiple deadlines at one time.  Proficiency in accurately identifying, analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating information on university constituents and prospects, coupled with demonstrated ability in written and verbal communication are essential.  S/he should have knowledge of the APRA International Research Fundamentals Skills Set and ability to apply previous experiences to the job. 

S/he should have significant aptitude and experience with computers and relational databases.  A successful candidate will have demonstrated experience with a variety of research resources and tools including but not limited to, electronic wealth-screening and data acquisition services, news databases, and business directories.  S/he will have the ability to assess quality of resources and make recommendations that are most appropriate for specific information needs.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Prepare thoughtful, concise, relevant, research on individual, corporate and foundation prospects in a professional format.  Utilize sources of public information to gather, interpret, organize and analyze meaningful background in support of individual, corporate and foundation profiles.

• Work with assigned development/engagement officers to grow and develop a portfolio of major gift prospects in support of University fundraising priorities.
• Continually screen newspapers and periodicals for financial and background information about donors and prospects.  Work with other staff to ensure timely updates to the central database when appropriate.

• Actively look for opportunities to support the identification of prospects with capacity to give at the major gift level within assigned territory and in support of overall department projects and goals.

• Support document management and Imaging through forward scanning, and / or adjusted methods for getting documents gathered in the research process into Singularity. 
Requirements:
• Undergraduate degree is required
• Candidates with at least one year of successful prospect research experience, corporate and foundation research and experience in college/university advancement will receive the highest consideration.  Significant aptitude with research methods and experience with computers and relational databases are required. 
• Experience with Advance or other relationship database a plus. 
• Excellent written communication skills and a clear, concise writing style are key skills to this position.  A sense of curiosity and enthusiasm about learning and commitment to professional growth will serve the candidate and University well.

To apply: Please visit careerbuilder.com and search keywords "Butler University." Please include your resume and cover letter.

 

Deputy Title IX Coordinator ~ Show Details

Deputy Title IX Coordinator

Butler University, one of the nation's leading master's comprehensive universities, invites applications for the position of Deputy Title IX Coordinator.

A vibrant university, Butler offers students, faculty, staff and the broader community an array of stimulating intellectual opportunities and inspiring cultural activities. Butler is committed to providing personalized liberal and professional education to 4,000 undergraduate and 500 graduate students in six colleges (Liberal Arts & Sciences, Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Education, Business, Communication and the Arts). A residential campus where faculty and staff work closely with students both inside and outside the classroom, internship and service opportunities are made possible by Butler's location five miles from downtown Indianapolis, the twelfth largest city in the United States. Indianapolis is home to world-renowned museums, a major symphony orchestra, numerous amateur and professional sports events and a diverse and increasingly global population. Learn more about Indianapolis at www.visitindy.com.

Reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs with a dotted line reporting relationship to the Title IX Coordinator, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator serves to support Butler University's responsibility for coordinating and implementing the University's Title IX compliance efforts and related reporting and disclosure laws concerning campus safety.

The successful candidate will:

• Serve as the designated Deputy Title IX Coordinator for incidents involving students by coordinating and executing, in a timely manner, the University's response to and investigation of alleged violations of Title IX, including implementation of formal and informal resolution procedures in accordance with regulatory requirements and University policy.

• Assist in developing, monitoring, updating and implementing approved University Title IX policies and procedures in collaboration with the Vice President for Student Affairs, Title IX Coordinator and other university officials.

• Develop, monitor, update and implement Title IX educational and training programs for students consistent with other campus training initiatives.

• Stay current on Title IX legislation and associated regulations by regular attending Title IX education programs. Serve as a resource for student affairs staff and Equity Grievance Panel members.

• Serve as the first-line responder for student allegations by meeting with complainants to provide information regarding available resources, reporting and resolution options and responding appropriately, being sensitive to the nature of the complaint. 

• Review investigation reports and issue findings, determinations and recommendations on cases.

• Consult/collaborate with Butler University Vice President for Student Affairs, Title IX Coordinator, internal/external legal counsel, other Title IX Deputy Coordinator(s) and others, as appropriate.

• Maintain database to track reports/complaints and prepare reports for senior officials.

• Serve on institution-wide committee to monitor Title IX compliance and assists in assessing areas of risk.


• Provide ongoing consultation and support to university police, Human Resources, General Counsel, the Deans of the Colleges and of the graduate schools, Facilities and Operations, Dean of Student Services/conduct coordinator, Dean of Student Life, Health Services and Counseling Services, Coordinator of Health Education and Outreach Programs/Victim Advocate, Residence Life, Greek Life and other campus safety stakeholders.

• Perform other duties as assigned.

The qualified candidate for Deputy Title IX Coordinator must possess:

• Bachelor's degree required and Masters preferred in a related field preferred (e.g., higher education administration, criminal justice or law)

• Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in student conduct, campus safety, victim advocacy, compliance and/or higher education administration required.

• Minimum of 3 years of Title IX compliance experience preferred.

• Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to interpret federal higher education laws and regulations. In-depth knowledge of Title IX and associated regulations. Experience applying these regulations with college students preferred.

• Demonstrated ability to use discretion and good judgment, maintain confidentiality, and work under multiple deadlines.

• Proven track record of support for students and a willingness to work collaboratively with them.

• Proven record of successful compliance program, project management and attention to detail.

• Demonstrated ability to collaborate, identify opportunities and take action to build effective cross-departmental and cross-divisional relationships to achieve institutional goals.

• Exceptional oral and written communication, planning, project management, and interpersonal skills.

• Proven ability to prepare and present detailed reports, educational programs, and assessments.

• Experience with sexual violence investigations and prevention preferred.

•Effectively interact, collaborate and partner with a diverse population of individuals at all levels of the university.

Letters of interest should include a resume and names of five (5) references. Review of resumes is anticipated to begin immediately and consideration will continue through an August 22, 2014 deadline.

An electronic version of the resume is required and may be addressed to:

Dr. Levester Johnson
Chair, Deputy Title IX Coordinator Search Committee
studentaffairs@butler.edu

Instructional Lab Technician-College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences ~ Show Details

Instructional Lab Technician
College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Butler University


Butler University is seeking an Instructional Lab Technician to manage all laboratory activities, supplies and model management for the Interprofessional Education (IPE) lab.  Additionally, this position will teach the lab portion of Anatomy and Physiology 1 and 2 (PX 334/335). 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Maintains the schedule of all lab activities for/within the IPE lab
• Orders and restocks all supplies for the IPE lab
• Maintains and manages all manikins/models associated with the IPE lab
• Arranges/schedules all standardized patients and Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) activities within the lab
• Instructor for the lab portion of Anatomy and Physiology 1 and 2 (PX 334/335) - includes  regional dissection and use of models
• Acts as a liaison to the medical community by attending and/or participating in community events at the request of the Chair of Health Sciences
• Prepares, processes, routes, files and maintains all educational activities associated with the IPE lab
• Remains current and knowledgeable with all computer programs associated with the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Microsoft Office applications, all model [SimMan], Moodle, Peoplesoft)
• Attends Program Faculty and all COPHS staff meetings as required
• Assists with planning, scheduling and administration of examinations and all other activities related to Anatomy and Physiology or the IPE lab as instructed by the Department Chair and instructor of record for Anatomy and Physiology 1 and 2 (PX 334/335)
• Represents COPHS to the University and the public in various settings as requested
• Maintains current knowledge of evolving roles and responsibilities of physician assistants and pharmacist
• Assists in the preparation and maintenance of documents related to accreditation
• Assists with the interview process for applicants to the program
• Other tasks and functions as needed

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

• Healthcare or biology degree preferred
• Personal attributes of confidence, assertiveness and tact
• Good interpersonal and communication skills
• Excellent organizational skills, with an ability to rapidly process and retain large amounts of detailed information
• Must have proficient computer skills with specific knowledge of Outlook, Word and Excel
• May be required to lift up to 20 pounds

To apply, please visit www.careerbuilder.com and enter keywords "Butler University".  Follow the instructions to upload your resume and a cover letter that outlines your interest in and qualifications for this position.

Butler University is committed to enhancing the diversity of the student body, faculty and staff. In addition, hiring decisions are made on the basis of an individual's qualifications, past experience, overall performance and other employment-related criteria. Butler University provides equal opportunities for employment and advancement for all individuals, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, color, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, national origin, or any other legally protected category.