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Technology Systems Analyst for ADA Access ~ Show Details

Technology Systems Analyst for ADA Access
Butler University, Indianapolis, IN

Position Responsibilities:
• Facilitate a campus-wide ADA accessibility audit
• Develop a systems approach for ADA access for all technological and electronic aspects of standard University operations
• Create and facilitate the implementation of solutions for ADA access and compliance for  Butler websites
• Collaborate with Instructional Designers within the Center for Academic Technology to create accessible on-line and on-ground coursework
• Work closely with relevant faculty/staff across campus to ensure equitable ADA access for all Butler coursework  and 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 SDS students/staff members
• Research, assess, and address campus-wide 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.

Teaching Lab Coordinator ~ Show Details

Teaching Laboratory Coordinator
Butler University

The Department of Biological Sciences at Butler University invites applications for a staff position as a TEACHING LABORATORY COORDINATOR beginning in August 2014. The successful candidate for this full-time, renewable, 10-month position will be responsible for preparing laboratories for a multi-section introductory biology sequence with a strong cell and molecular component.

Other responsibilities will include:
• Managing supplies and equipment for teaching laboratories
• Maintaining physical and chemical inventories
• Supervising student employees

Teaching duties will include an introductory biology course with laboratory as needed. 

Minimum Requirements:
• Master's degree in biology or closely related field
• Teaching experience
• Strong organizational and communication skills
• Background in chemistry and molecular/cell biology
• Firm commitment to active learning, inquiry-based teaching strategies

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae, unofficial transcripts, and three letters of recommendation (including one from your current position) to Dr. Lindsay Lewellyn, Lab Coordinator Search, Department of Biological Sciences, Butler University, 4600 Sunset Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46208.
Inquiries may be made by e-mail to: llewelly@butler.edu.
Evaluation of applicant credentials will begin immediately upon receipt.

Residence Life Coordinator, Ross Hall ~ Show Details

Residence Life Coordinator, Ross Hall
Butler University

The mission of the Department of Residence Life is to build communities that promote academic success and personal development.

The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) is a Central Staff member who serves on the departmental leadership team that provides vision and direction for all facets of the housing and residence life operation in a 2100 bed system. The RLC is also responsible for implementing a comprehensive residence life program in a coeducational residence hall of about 515 residents.

The residence life system includes one traditional women's hall, one traditional co-ed hall, one suite-style building for upperclass students, an apartment style residence hall and apartment areas for junior/senior/upperclass students.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
• Supervise one Staff Assistant and 15 Resident Assistants
• Provide supervisory support for Desk Attendants and desk operations
• Ensure the delivery of quality programs to create floor and hall community, and to promote the academic success and personal development of residents
• Adjudicate conduct hearings in an educational environment
• Advise hall government
• Participate in all Central Staff meetings and training
• Share On-Call duty, including crisis management and emergency response
• Participate in the selection, training, and evaluation of Residence Life staff
• Be available for individual student needs and concerns
• Assist in the management of summer operations that include conferences and summer school.
• Collaborate with the members of the Faculty-in-Residence and Faculty Ally program
• Build positive relationships with students, faculty, and staff throughout the Butler University community

Qualifications include a Master's degree (preferred) in Higher Education/College Student Personnel or related field and two years of residence hall experience.

Remuneration includes a competitive salary for a 12-month appointment, furnished apartment, meal plan, professional development funds, and university benefits.

To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter that describes your qualifications and interest in the position to kcunning@butler.edu.  Review of resumes will begin immediately.

Associate Director of Donor Relations ~ Show Details

Associate Director of Donor Relations
Butler University

Butler University is seeking a well-developed, donor-centric, customer-service and detail orientated candidate to handle multiple programmatic and production deadlines simultaneously.  The Associate Director of Donor Relations will work in conjunction with the Director of Donor Relations to provide written materials and manage appropriate stewardship programs to aid in the institution's efforts to educate, cultivate and recognize donors. This position, an integral part of the University's advancement efforts, offers the opportunity to apply creative and critical thinking skills in a wide range of communications and stewardship programs that connect the University with its current and prospective benefactors.

Candidates should have significant aptitude and experience with computers and relational databases. Understanding of philanthropy as it relates to higher education; proficiency and mastery of the English language and a clear, concise writing style.  Candidates should also have the ability to work collaboratively with campus partners but use discretion in working with confidential and sensitive data.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Work in collaboration with the Director to develop and implement a comprehensive stewardship program that includes but is not limited to written acknowledgement of donors, donor impact pieces and appropriate stewardship events/engagement opportunities, such as the annual scholarship breakfast.
• Manage and take ownership of donor stewardship communications in support of annual and endowed scholarships. Provide record management support for all scholarship information.
• Provide writing and editorial support, advisement and leadership for the University's stewardship and donor communication efforts, such as but not limited to donor acknowledgements, donor reports and other strategic stewardship communications.
• Work with others in University Advancement, as well as campus partners, to create and direct programs designed to promote effective donor stewardship and recognition.
• Understand the University editorial standards to ensure consistent University branding on communication pieces in partnership with the Marketing & Communications division. 
• Work with appropriate University Advancement staff to manage the distribution of gift agreements for internal review of scholarships and other funds as per the approved policy.  Coordinate the university signatory process, also as per policy.
• Apply creativity in developing new donor recognition opportunities, written or otherwise, to provide new and innovative ways of thanking and stewarding donors who invest in the institution.
• Follow and promote the ethical guidelines set forth in the Association of Prospect Researchers for Advancement (APRA) Ethics Statement, the Association of Advancement Services Professionals (AASP), the CASE Donor Bill of Rights, and the CASE Ethics Guidelines. Stay up-to-date on privacy issues as they relate to Donor Relations.
Requirements:
• Undergraduate degree required. Degree in English, Communication or related field preferred.
• Experience in non-profit donor relations is highly desirable, with a background in higher education fund raising preferred.
• Excellent written communication skills and a clear, concise writing style required. Candidates with two or more years of successful writing or editing experience will receive the highest consideration.
• Ability to work according to program deadlines and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Computer software skills, including Microsoft Office and knowledge of integrated client database systems, are preferred.
• Ability to use discretion in working with confidential and sensitive data.
• A sense of curiosity and enthusiasm about learning and commitment to professional growth.
• Professional in appearance, demeanor, and decision-making.
• Willingness to work evenings and weekends as necessary.

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.

Administrative Director ~ Show Details

Administrative Director
Butler University

The Desmond Tutu Center for Peace, Reconciliation, and Global Justice at Butler University and Christian Theological Seminary invites applications for a staff position as an ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR beginning in August 2014. This is a full-time, renewable, 12-month position.

Reporting to the Director of the Desmond Tutu Center for Peace, Reconciliation, and Global Justice, the Administrative Director will:
• Oversee the administrative management of the center
• Work in concert with the Center Director to plan, implement, coordinate and organize all programs and activities of the center
• Execute, direct, organize, and assist in development of Center initiatives including events, academic programs, public relations, and communications involving a varied set of cross-college and cross-institution and external stakeholders
• Work closely with the Center Director on strategy, program development, and governance matters
• Develop metrics to measure the Center's impact both locally and globally.
• Manage engagement and communications with the Center's advisory council and faculty group
• Administer the day-to-day budget and assist in executing additional funding initiatives in coordination with university and seminary development officers
• Coordinate and oversee student, faculty, and community participation in events and represent the Center at events
• Provide support for faculty research and curriculum initiatives related to the Center

Requirements for the position:

• Bachelor's degree required.  Master's degree strongly preferred. 
• At least five years' experience in non-profit leadership and supervision
• Proficiency in all standard computer applications including Microsoft Office products

The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to the values of the Desmond Tutu Center for Peace, Reconciliation, and Global Justice and an ability to be self-directed, visionary, and proactive. 

Applicants should submit cover letter, resume, and list of at least three references to lasoffice@butler.edu.

Assistant Director of Admission-Chicago Representative ~ Show Details

Assistant Director of Admission
 Chicago Representative for Butler University
 


  Butler University seeks an admission representative to be based in Indianapolis but work primarily with prospective students and applicants from the Chicagoland area.  We desire to meet candidates with a wide range of admission experience.  The person ultimately chosen may be an experienced veteran or may have minimal experience in the profession with great potential.  Compensation and title will vary with experience.

This person will be the face of Butler University to prospective students in metropolitan Chicago.  The candidate must be detail-oriented, have excellent communication skills and the ability to articulate the values and value of this excellent institution.

Responsibilities include:
• Work with current Chicagoland Regional Representative to expand Butler University market position and accomplish enrollment goals as established by University leadership
• Manage and review all applicant files, prospective and other professional correspondence
• Attend college fairs, high school visits and other recruitment events within assigned territory
• Manage an develop new external constituent relationships to support accomplishment of enrollment goals as established by University leadership
• Participate in on campus recruitment events and Saturday office hours as needed
• Participation in Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling (IACAC)
• Serve on internal work groups and committees as assigned
• Other duties as assigned

Requirements:
• Undergraduate degree
• Minimum 3 years' experience working in enrollment management, high school guidance/college counseling environment or related field
• Represent Butler University and the Office of Admission in a professional manner to on and off campus constituents
• Excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrated ability to successfully create and deliver content in large or small group formats
• Ability to work independently
• Experience working in CRM database systems.  Knowledge of PeopleSoft and/or Slate (Technolutions) preferred
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and other technological competencies
• Flexibility to work in a rapidly changing environment
• Willingness to work extra hours and/or weekends when needed
• Ability to travel minimum of 12 weeks each year

Butler is an excellent place to work, with a forward-thinking, future-oriented, terrific team of admission professionals.  The beautiful 292-acre campus is in a lovely urban neighborhood and includes some of the best college facilities to be found.

Interested candidates should include your resume and a cover letter that actively articulates your interest in this position and advocates yourself as a candidate.  Send to Jerome Dueweke jdueweke@butler.edu

 

Director of Planning, Design & Construction ~ Show Details

Director of Planning, Design & Construction
Operations, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN

Butler University is looking for a full-time experienced Director for Planning, Design & Construction for its Operations Division.  The Butler University Operations Division partners with members of the University community to provide high quality and cost-effective planning, design, construction, project management, maintenance, custodial, grounds, event setup, and environmental health and safety services.  
The Director of Planning, Design, and Construction oversees a staff of project managers and is directly responsible for planning, organizing, overseeing and delivering new facilities (ie residence halls, a parking garage and academic buildings) as well as renovating existing facilities that support and enhance the living, teaching and learning environments for the Butler University community. 

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Responsibilities and Essential Duties Include:
• Develops new construction and major renovation projects at a schematic level: scope, budget, and schedule
• Oversees development of renovation project scopes and budgets for the Capital Work Group and execution of projects that are approved
• Assists the Executive Director in participating in the development and execution of the University Master Plan
• Manages coordination, communication and customer service on behalf of the department
• Collaborates with Maintenance Services, Building Services, University Engineer and Manager of Environmental Programs & Safety for all new projects and renovations
• Oversees permits and compliance with all local, state and federal building codes and regulations, as well as OSHA.  Manage departmental budget
• Develops performance expectations and training plans for each person in the department
• Responsible for maintaining the campus building floor plans and utility drawings etc.
Qualifications:
• Professional demeanor with the ability to provide a high level of customer-service.
• Excellent communication skills are required in dealing with a diverse staff, campus population and outside contacts.
• Must possess strong analytical skills, ability to be flexible, objective and possess strong problem solving ability.
• Demonstrated ability to implement standardized budget and project management systems and practices.
• Must have demonstrated leadership and visioning skills.
• Bachelor's degree in Business, Architecture, Engineering and/or Construction.
• Masters degree and director level experience in construction management is desired.
• 7-10 years of related experience.
• The ability to interpret/analyze complex documents, write reports and business correspondence as well as make presentations to top management, public groups and Board of Trustees.
• Must have university and construction management experience along with a strong computer background.
• Must possess a strong working knowledge of construction methods, materials and project delivery methods.
• Must possess working knowledge of sustainable design and LEED
• Should possess a working knowledge of mechanical systems.

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.

Admission Counselor/Assistant Director of Admission-INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY ~ Show Details

Admission Counselor/Assistant Director of Admission
Butler University
INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY

We seek a degreed professional to promote the university to prospective students and assist students and families in the admission process. 
Responsibilities:
• Eight (8) to ten (10) weeks of travel in an assigned territory to high schools, college fair programs and prospective or admitted student receptions
• Communicating with and presenting to prospective students
• Interviewing students
• Review of applications
• Working closely with high school guidance counselors in assigned territory
• Compiling periodic reports to assess marketing progress

Requirements:
• An undergraduate degree
• Exceptional communication, public speaking and organizational skills
• Valid driver's license and good driving record
• In addition to overnight travel, this position requires some evening and weekend work

Preference will be given to Butler graduates and/or those with previous experience in admissions/enrollment management.

Respond by sending resume, cover letter, salary requirements and the names and telephone numbers of at least three (3) references to:
Human Resources Management & Development
4600 Sunset Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant - 9 Months ~ Show Details

Nurse Practitioner/ Physician Assistant - 9 Months
Butler University

Butler University seeks a Certified Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA) to provide quality medical care in a compassionate environment, emphasizing patient education, prevention and self-care.  The NP/PA will serve as a member of the Health Services Team.  S/he will maintain health records with honesty and integrity.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Provide preventative and acute care treatment working closely with the Physicians and staff, make referrals to other facilities when necessary
• Familiar with appropriate coding/billing practices
• Ability to work independently and use critical thinking and problem solving to develop the health care plans, maintained thorough documentation in an electronic health record.  Care plans will include assessment, diagnosis, and treatment and follow up when appropriate.
• Familiar with HIPAA and FERPA privacy guidelines
• Experience with Quality Improvement and with Health Care Regulations and formation of policies and procedures

Requirements for a NP-Nurse Practitioner:
Current RN licensed in Indiana
Master's Degree required
National Certification as an Adult or Family Nurse Practitioner

Requirements for a PA-Physician Assistant:
Graduate of an accredited program
Master's Degree preferred
Licensed in the state of Indiana and board certified by the NCCPA

Position Requirements:
• 3-5 years of experience in family health/primary care setting or an Express/ED care setting
•  ACLS and CPR certified
• TB (American Lung Association) certified
• Proficiency to draw blood and do other CLIA waived testing a must 
• NP and PA must have prescriptive authority in the state on Indiana and DEA certification per each professional standard state guideline
• Applicant must be able to multi task and maintain positive attitude in fast paced environment
• Must be conscientious to complete timely follow up and follow clinical guidelines within the scope of practice while collaborating with the physician
• Ability to work in a team oriented environment
• Experience in higher education beneficial
• Excellent communication and people skills
• S/he must have a passion for excellence in Health Care Delivery and Education to support the philosophy of a Caring Environment for the Butler University Community
• S/he must have the ability to work and relate well with students, parents and staff as a clinician and health care professional
• Computer and technical proficiency, email and internet savvy
• Knowledge of electronic medical records systems preferred
• Experience in an ambulatory setting
• Experience in a college health environment or with young adult population preferred

Position is a salaried 37.50 hours a week required as a minimum during the academic year (summers off) and will include some evening and weekend hours. 

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.

Registered Nurse: Non-Benefitted, Part-Time, 9-Months ~ Show Details

Registered Nurse: Non-Benefitted, Part-Time, 9-Month Position
Butler University

Butler University seeks a registered nurse to deliver quality health services as well as promote wellness to the Butler community.  This is a non-benefitted, part-time, 9 month position. 


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Excellent assessment and triage skills
• Knowledge of acute and chronic disease processes, care and management
• Independent decision making and critical thinking within the scope of practice as an RN
• Maintaining thorough documentation in an electronic medical record

Requirements include:
• RN licensed in Indiana, prefer 4-year degree
• 3-5 years of experience in family health/primary care setting or Express/ED care setting
• CPR certified a must,  ACLS preferred
• TB testing  (American Lung Association) certified
• Ability to draw blood and do other CLIA waived testing a must
• Able to multi task and maintain positive attitude in fast paced environment
• Conscientious to complete timely follow up and follow clinical guidelines and physician, NP/PA directives
• Ability to work in a team oriented environment
• Experience in higher education beneficial
• Excellent communication and people skills

Passion for excellence in Health Care Delivery and Education to support the philosophy of a Caring Environment for the Butler Community

Position works approximately 18.75 hours a week only during the academic year (summers off) and may some evening and weekend hours. 

To apply, send your resume and a cover letter that outlines your interest in and qualifications for this position to BUHS@butler.edu.

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.