Tennessee Wesleyan University seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce that celebrates the all-encompassing diversity of its student body. TWU is committed to sustaining a welcoming and inclusive environment for the campus community that includes a workforce with a wide range of perspectives and experiences. TWU faculty and staff have a passion and desire to prepare students from a broad spectrum of disciplines, cultures and academic backgrounds towards personal and professional success. TWU encourages applications from candidates without regard to ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Summary: The Director of Student Involvement is responsible for coordinating and promoting
campus events and activities, including community engagement and the service-learning
program, and the co-curricular convocation program. Tennessee Wesleyan seeks an innovative,
creative, experienced professional who demonstrates outstanding interpersonal skills
and the ability to work collaboratively with students, parents, and other campus departments.
This live-in position, which requires some night and weekend duties, has a competitive
salary and housing package.
Reports to: Vice President for Student Life
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
1. Develop, coordinate, and assess the comprehensive student activities and the co-curricular convocation programs of educational, recreational, social, and cultural events providing opportunities for students’ social engagement and personal growth;
2. Manage effective communication and promotion strategies for Student Life programs and services utilizing print, electronic, and social media resources to ensure that events and activities are well publicized and are reaching the diverse constituencies of the campus community;
3. Cultivate and maintain campus and community partnership to positively promote the institution and the Division of Student Life;
4. Coordinate, promote, and manage service opportunities in collaboration with local non-profit community partners and coordinates the AmeriCorp VISTA program;
5. Plan and implement annual service projects;
6. Develop annual goals, objectives, assessment, and updates that support the department mission and contribute to the greater mission of the institution;
7. Maintain student convocation and service records, providing regular reports to various stakeholders;
8. Negotiate, review, and finalize contracts with agents to plan and host campus events;
9. Advise the Student Activities Board;
10. Supervise student workers/work scholarship students at the Colloms Campus Center information desk and the set-up team for events held within the Colloms Campus Center;
11. Other duties as assigned within the division.
Primary qualifications: Masters preferred, Bachelors required, in College Student Personnel, Counseling, or related field, and experience in student affairs administration. Experience with planning student events and managing budgets is required. Successful candidate will have excellent computer and communication skills, enjoy working with various groups of people, possess the ability to manage multiple projects at one time, be able to maintain confidentiality, and be a team player.
Review of application materials will begin immediately with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2023. Please forward a cover letter, resume, and the names of 3 professional references via email to email@example.com.
SUMMARY: The Data/Application Analyst supports the university’s enterprise databases, ERP/Student
Information System, and associated applications. The Data/Application Analyst will
work in conjunction with staff offices to build strong information systems and analytics
services for the university, streamlining business processes using data analytics
and strategic automation methods.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Primary responsibility for this position will be production support, development, and maintenance of the campus ERP/SIS (Jenzabar EX) and associated applications.
• Provide Tier II support for the campus ERP/Student Information System and associated applications.
• Produce reports, dashboards, and data visualizations using SQL and a variety of technical tools and applications [SQL, MS Power BI, Excel, InfoMaker, Tableau, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), etc].
• Analyze and evaluate business processes and provide solutions to increase efficiency; facilitate the automation of business processes where feasible.
• Support the data interfaces between the university ERP/SIS and other systems (Salesforce, Informatica, Nuro, Microsoft BI, Azure Active Directory, Sakai LMS, et. al.).
• Develop, analyze, troubleshoot, test and tune SQL code
• Develop SQL stored procedures and SSIS packages.
• Develop technical documentation of table structures, views, diagrams, SQL code and reports.
• Confer with end users to determine specifications for data requests, project design, and reporting needs.
• Recommend appropriate revisions to processes, procedures, and operations.
• Develop and deliver one-to-one and small group workshops and training materials to promote staff development and change management.
• Perform complex data analysis and develop logical solutions to problems.
• Provide timely project status and issue reporting to management.
• Maintain confidentiality and employ best practices in information and data security in all activities.
• Assist in upgrading and patching the campus ERP/SIS and associated systems.
• Work with the infrastructure team in the maintenance, upgrades, backup/restore and disaster recovery planning of the SQL server environment.
• Actively participate and meaningfully contribute to the ERP user’s group.
• Work proactively to advance the data transformation (Dx) efforts of the university.
• Stay abreast of technology trends; research and assesses technologies and applications for administrative and instructional purposes; demonstrate technologies and their potential.
• Work with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and other administrative offices to establish and maintain data governance procedures.
• Assist in the strategic planning for IT and data initiatives by evaluating metrics and providing input into decisions about changes.
• Work with campus offices to analyze and implement solutions to streamline and automate business processes.
• Coordinate, monitor, and verify the work of third-party software support and service providers.
• Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
• Strong proficiency in SQL is required.
• Demonstrated aptitude in Microsoft Excel and the MS Office 365 application suite.
• Demonstrated aptitude in industry-standard data reporting/business intelligence applications (MS BI preferred).
• Strong understanding of structured and semi-structured data management concepts.
• Proven leadership for the development and implementation of solutions to improve workflow as it relates to data collection, maintenance, and reporting.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively while utilizing discretion and professionalism.
• Exceptional critical thinking skills.
• Ability to learn new technologies quickly and independently.
• High degree of integrity, trustworthiness, and ability to maintain confidentiality in dealing with sensitive data.
• It is the expectation that all Tennessee Wesleyan University IT staff members will demonstrate exceptional workplace behaviors in the execution of their specific position responsibilities. These behaviors are customer focus, collaboration, creative problem solving, continuous learning and a commitment to diversity and inclusion.
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Two years’ experience in business reporting and data analysis.
• Demonstrated aptitude in Microsoft BI and creating business reports, dashboards, queries, views, etc.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and list of professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Under supervision of the Holston Conference and the Tennessee Wesleyan University Library, the Holston Conference Archivist (a part-time position) will:
• Organize, catalog, and preserve the Holston Conference Archives (HCA) collection of historic United Methodist Church books and documents
• Prepare annual reports and communicate with the Holston Conference Commission on Archives and History Committee
• Prepare a collection development policy including gifts policy
• Catalog records for holdings, create finding aids, digitize materials
• Provide reference assistance to users of the HCA
• Collaborate with TWU faculty to create student involvement in the archives
• Assess and organize the Tennessee Wesleyan University (TWU) library’s archives
• Provide reference assistance and instruction to TWU library users
• Contribute to the Digital Library of Appalachia holdings
• Create online awareness of the archives through social media, LibGuides, etc.
• Manage student assistant(s) and/or interns assigned
• Other duties as assigned
• Accredited Masters in Library Science (MLS, MLIS)/archival studies or comparable field required
• Archives experience preferred
• Familiarity with Content DM or other content management systems
• Familiarity with OCLC WMS and LibGuides preferred
• Commitment to preservation and conservation
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and list of professional references to email@example.com
Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in business administration or a related field. A master’s degree is preferred in business administration or a related field. Strong interpersonal, organizational, and computer skills are essential to this candidate's success. Limited evening hours will be required.
This position will report directly to the Associate Dean of the Goodfriend School of Business.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and list of references to firstname.lastname@example.org