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Executive Director of Human Resources
Neva Burke
Brownlee Hall
Mailing Address
LeMoyne-Owen College
807 Walker Avenue
Memphis, TN 38126

Telephone Contact
Brenda Massey,
Human Resources Assistant
Office: (901) 435-1591

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Welcome to the Office of Human Resources Employment Opportunities site. If reasonable accommodations are needed, please contact the Office of Human Resources (901) 435-1601. We appreciate your interest in LeMoyne-Owen College, an equal opportunity employer.


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Notice to Applicants – Please Read Before Applying for any Position.


We appreciate your interest in employment opportunities at LeMoyne-Owen College. The College only accepts resumes for advertised positions on our website or other external source. Please do not submit a resume unless you are applying for a specific advertised position. To be considered for a position, you only need to submit a cover letter and resume initially.


Submit your cover letter and resume (or vita for faculty positions) to jobs@loc.edu. It is critically important that you include the job code in the subject line of your e-mail as it is listed in the particular job to which you are applying. List the code only and not the words JOBCODE in the subject line. Failure to follow this instruction will result in your resume not being recognized nor retrieved when a sort function is used to identify applicants for a specific opening. You do not need to complete an employment application unless you are contacted for an interview. The employment application cannot be completed online. As such, please click on the employment application icon to the right to download the application to complete it. You may either mail or hand-deliver your application to the Office of Human Resources, if you have been contacted for an interview. The office is located on the first floor of the Brownlee Hall Administration Building, Room 1.

 

If sufficient time permits before your interview, you may mail your application to:


LeMoyne-Owen College
Office of Human Resources
ATTN: Employment Application Enclosed
807 Walker Avenue
Memphis, TN 38126

 

Otherwise, fax a copy of your employment application to (901) 435-1603 and bring the original to the interview with you.

 

We apologize in advance that we cannot respond to telephone calls to verify receipt of your resume due to the volume of resumes received for open positions. It can take up to 2-3 weeks following the closing date of a job posting before applicants are contacted for an interview. Again, we thank you for visiting our website and your interest in wanting to work for LeMoyne-Owen College.

 

Sincerely,
Office of Human Resources

 

 

 



ADJUNCT FACULTY


JOB TITLE

Adjunct Faculty, Computer Science

JOB CODE

AFCM0562016

REPORTS TO:

Chair, Division of Natural & Mathematical Sciences

CLASSIFICATION

PT, Exempt, benefits ineligible

POSTED

May 6, 2016

AVAILABLE

August 2016

 

POSITION OVERVIEW:
The Division of Natural & Mathematical Sciences solicits applications for an Adjunct Faculty member in the area of Computer Science for the fall 2016 semester.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

 

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teaching 2-3 sections of COSI 118: Introduction to Microcomputer (This course deals with the following aspects of computer literacy: (1) the history, design, and social impact of computers, (2) elementary programming concepts, flow chart, binary numbers,(3) the use of various types of application software, such as, word processing, databases and spreadsheets.)
  • Preparing lectures and other classroom activities.
  • Working with area coordinator to insure congruency of courses being taught.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum qualifications include earned Masters degree with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in computer science courses.
  • Doctoral degree preferred; all applicants (Masters and above) considered

 

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Effective teaching design and delivery
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Computer proficiency especially in Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with and inspire both traditional and non-traditional students. 

 

 

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands to handle or feel; and talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to walk.  The employee is frequently required to stand; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, or crouch.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

 

 

To apply for this position send resume and cover letter to jobs@loc.edu and place the job code in the subject line of the email.

 

 



STAFF


JOB TITLE:

Campus Housing Manager

JOB CODE:

CHM042216

REPORTS TO:

Director of Campus Housing

CLASSIFICATION:

Full-time, 12-month, benefit eligible

DIVISION/DEPARTMENT:

Student Affairs

POSTED:

July 6, 2016

CLOSES:

Open Until Filled

                                               

POSITION OVERVIEW:
The Campus Housing Manager is a full-time professional staff member and is responsible for providing overall management and leadership in residential building(s). Principal responsibilities include staff supervision and development, residential education, community development, crisis management, administration and building management, student conduct, hall council advising, summer operations, and other departmental responsibilities. The primary role of the professional staff member is to be available in the residence halls for student contact, a desire to spend evening and weekend time with students is required. The Campus Housing Manager is supervised by a Director in the programmatic area.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Staff Supervision and Development
The Campus Housing Manager is responsible for providing leadership, supervision and development for the staff within their area. These responsibilities include:

  • selecting, training and supervising the staff in their building(s)/areas (may include, Resident Assistant, and Desk Receptionists);
  • assisting in planning and conducting a departmental orientation and training workshop prior to each semester;
  • providing for each Resident Advisor’s individual development through periodic performance reviews;
  • facilitating on-going team building and staff development opportunities;
  • assisting in the development of techniques for evaluating Resident Advisor program.
     

Residential Education
The Campus Housing Manager is responsible for creating an environment where the educational potential of the residential environment can be realized. These responsibilities include:

  • planning and implementing educational, cultural and academic activities designed to meet the diverse developmental needs of students;
  • conducting formal and informal assessments to determine the needs of residents;
  • providing leadership to any lifestyle programs that are housed in their building(s)/areas.
     

Community Development
The Campus Housing Manager is responsible for fostering a sense of community in their building(s)/areas. These responsibilities include:

  • working with the Resident Assistants staff in the development of activities designed to develop connections between residents;
  • using creative and innovative methods to personally connect to residents;
  • providing informal counseling and referral to individual students;
  • providing counseling support to the Resident Advisors in working through student problems and concerns;
  • coordinating the department's response to roommate conflicts and other resident concerns;
  • eating meals in the student dining facilities to increase visibility and connection opportunities with students.
     

Crisis Management
The Campus Housing Manager is responsible for the management and referral of incidents that occur in their building(s)/areas. These responsibilities include:

  • participating in year-round duty rotation to provide support to the residential population;
  • working closely with the Counseling and Teaching Learning Centers
  • maintaining awareness of campus and community resources.
     

Administration and Building Management
The Campus Housing Manager is responsible for the overall administrative operations within their building(s)/areas. These responsibilities include:

  • providing hands-on leadership during the openings and closings of the residence halls;
  • participating in regular building tours and conducting Health and Safety Inspections;
  • coordinating the program budgets for the staff and hall council accounts;
  • managing the occupancy and assignment procedures and records;
  • coordinating damage accountability and billing process;
  • ensuring the proper management of keys (student room, common area, and staff/office keys);
  • building relationships with housekeeping, zone maintenance, security guards to assure that physical environment be maintained at optimum levels.
     

Student Conduct
The Campus Housing Manager is responsible for the student conduct process in their building(s)/areas. These responsibilities include:

  • managing student conduct cases (student meetings, delivery and tracking of sanctions, etc.);
  • referring cases to the college’s student conduct system in a timely fashion.
     

Departmental Responsibilities
The Campus Housing Manager is responsible for assisting with a variety of departmental and/or campus-wide committees or projects. These responsibilities include:

  • serving on departmental committees (RA Selection, RA Training, etc.);
  • participating in Summer and Fall Orientation
  • assisting with divisional projects
  • co-advising the Resident Students Association as assigned
  • assisting with the planning of campus-wide educational and social activities.
     

Additional Responsibilities
The Campus Housing Manager is responsible for other responsibilities as directed by their supervisor(s).

 

QUALIFICATIONS:
A Bachelor’s degree is required.  Experienced working with diverse student groups preferably in a college residence hall environment are strongly desired. 

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Commitment to social justice and diversity
Excellent Data management skills, good working knowledge of MS Word, and Excel.
High energy, creative and flexible
Excellent customer service skills
Attention to detail
Positive attitude
Strong work ethic
Excellent writing, speaking, listening, and teaching skills
Excellent customer service skills
Ability to develop strong professional interpersonal communications skills when working with customers (diverse students, parents, and alumni) and co-workers
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to work independently and establish priorities
Ability to work flexible work hours with 24/7 call

 

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands to handle, or feel, and talk and hear.  The employee frequently is required to walk.   The employee is occasionally required to stand, reach with hands and arms, and stoop, kneel, or crouch.   The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

 

 

 

 


JOB TITLE Catalog Librarian
JOB CODE CL06042015
REPORTS TO: Director of Library Services
CLASSIFICATION Full-time, 12-months, exempt, benefits eligible
POSTED June 4, 2015   
AVAILABLE Open Until Filled

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The Catalog Librarian serves as the coordinator for organizing, cataloging and maintaining the library print and non-print collection according to the Library of Congress Classification system.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provides leadership and creative vision for the implementation of a comprehensive and effective technical services program which includes the integration of technology (OCLC and interlibrary loan) into the service delivery area in collaboration with the Director of Library Services; Coordinates the general operation of the technical services area including scheduling, record keeping, assessment of outcomes, supervision and training of student workers; Maintains the Online Public Access Catalog; aids patrons in use of catalog; Catalogs all books and materials for public use; Develops and produces a periodic recent additions list; Provides informational literacy instruction, tours or lectures for classes when scheduled; Assists in collection development; Works with the Director of Library Services and other library staff members in planning and implementing library enhancements for improved quality service; Helps to develop, implement and evaluate library policies and procedures as needed in collaboration with the library staff;  Performs related duties as requested by the Director of Library Services which might be necessary for continued effective quality service;  This position reports to the Director of Library. The Catalog Librarian assists patrons with public services activities and library instruction during prescribed hours

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Master’s degree in Library Science or Information Science from an ALA accredited library school and demonstrated experience in an original cataloging position at an academic library preferred;  Ability to catalog materials using the OCLC network and the Library of Congress Classification System; Knowledge of online systems and developing technologies is essential.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Ability to communicate and work effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse multi-cultural socio-economic populations in public settings;  
Ability to work productively in a team environment with information technology and library personnel;
Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Access.  Commitment to the mission and vision of the College.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee must be able to lift books and other library materials, push/pull book trucks weighing up to 100 lbs. Ability to bend, stoop, sit, walk and stand for extended periods of time. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

 



STAFF


Chief Information Officer

 

LeMoyne-Owen College, a four year Liberal Arts College, founded in 1862 in  Memphis, Tennessee seeks a visionary, entrepreneurial candidate to become its next Vice President, Chief Information Officer. 


POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the President of the College, The Chief Information Officer’s role is to provide vision and leadership for developing and implementing information technology initiatives that align with the mission of the College. The Chief Information Officer directs the planning and implementation of enterprise IT systems in support of College operations in order to improve cost effectiveness, service quality, and mission development.  This individual is responsible for all aspects of the College’s information technology and systems.

 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Strategy & Planning

  • Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the College as a member of the senior management team.
  • Lead IT strategic and operational planning to achieve the College’s goals by fostering innovation, prioritizing IT initiatives, and coordinating the evaluation, deployment, and management of current and future IT systems across the organization.
  • Develop and maintain an appropriate IT organizational structure that supports the needs of the business.
  • Establish IT departmental goals, objectives, and operating procedures.
  • Identify opportunities for the appropriate and cost-effective investment of financial resources in IT systems and resources, including staffing, sourcing, purchasing, and in-house development.
  • Assess and communicate risks associated with IT investments.
  • Develop, track, and control the information technology annual operating and capital budgets.
  • Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for IT spending and initiatives.
  • Direct development and execution of an enterprise-wide disaster recovery and business continuity plan.
  • Assess and make recommendations on the improvement or re-engineering of the IT organization.

Acquisition & Deployment

  • Coordinate and facilitate consultation with stakeholders to define business and systems requirements for new technology implementations.
  • Approve, prioritize, and control projects and the project portfolio as they relate to the selection, acquisition, development, and installation of major information systems.
  • Review hardware and software acquisition and maintenance contracts and pursue master agreements to capitalize on economies of scale.  
  • Define and communicate corporate plans, policies, and standards for the organization for acquiring, implementing, and operating IT systems.

Operational Management

  • Ensure continuous delivery of IT services through oversight of service level agreements with end users and monitoring of IT systems performance.
  • Ensure IT system operation adheres to applicable laws and regulations.
  • Establish lines of control for current and proposed information systems.
  • Keep current with trends and issues in the IT industry, including current technologies and prices.
  • Advise, counsel, and educate executives and management on their competitive or financial impact.
  • Promote and oversee strategic relationships between internal IT resources and external entities.
  • Supervise recruitment, development, retention, and organization of all IT staff in accordance with corporate budgetary objectives and personnel policies.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

College degree in the field of computer science or business administration and 10 years of applicable work experience, experience managing and/or directing an IT operation.  Master’s degree in either of these fields or Master of Business Administration with technology as a core component preferred.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Experience in strategic planning and execution.
  • Considerable knowledge of business theory, business processes, management, budgeting, and business office operations.
  • Substantial exposure to data processing, hardware platforms, enterprise software applications, and outsourced systems.
  • Good understanding of computer systems characteristics, features, and integration capabilities.
  • Experience with systems design and development from business requirements analysis through to day-to-day management.
  • Proven experience in IT planning, organization, and development.
  • Excellent understanding of project management principles.
  • Superior understanding of the organization’s goals and objectives.
  • Demonstrated ability to apply IT in solving business problems.
  • In-depth knowledge of applicable laws and regulations as they relate to IT.
  • Strong understanding of human resource management principles, practices, and procedures.
  • Proven leadership ability, with ability to set and manage priorities judiciously.

 

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Strong negotiating skills.
  • Ability to present ideas in business-friendly and user-friendly language.
  • Exceptionally self-motivated and directed.
  • Keen attention to detail.
  • Superior analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving abilities.
  • Exceptional service orientation.
  • Ability to motivate in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.

 

To apply, please submit in Word or PDF format in a single document, your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to CIO@loc.edu.   LeMoyne-Owen College is and Equal Opportunity Employer.   No phone calls please.

 

 




STAFF


 

 

JOB TITLE

Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs

JOB CODE

VPASA042616

REPORTS TO:

President

CLASSIFICATION

Full-time, 12-month, benefit eligible

DIVISION/DEPARTMENT:

Academic and Student Affairs

POSTED

April 26, 2016

AVAILABLE

Open until Filled

 

POSITION OVERVIEW: 
The Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs is responsible for the academic curriculum of the institution providing leadership to the faculty and students, managing the processes through which teaching is conducted and administered at LeMoyne-Owen College.  The Vice President insures that the curriculum appropriately reflects the mission of the college.  The position leader will provide executive-level leadership and vision in the administration of a comprehensive range of services, policies, and procedures related to student and academic affairs programming and planning.   
This position will also provide strategic and innovative leadership, as well as guidance and oversight of student support, growth and development services, student programming, enrollment management and other programs. 
This position will work closely with the President, Division Chairs, the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Director of Human Resources, and other departments as necessary. This position has the primary leadership responsibilities for planning, implementing and coordinating the educational programs of the college. 
While the managerial functions related to curriculum and instruction rest with the Deans, the Vice President serves as a leader in long-term planning of educational programs, assuring quality of instruction, selection and development of a distinguished faculty, and furthering the strategic plan, the educational plan, and the goals and objectives of LeMoyne-Owen College.
This position is also responsible for fostering the college’s commitment to student success by fostering an environment of inclusiveness and support for the college’s diverse student body, enriching student learning, building and maintaining a strong sense of community.
In this position the Vice President will be responsible for working collaboratively with Managers and Directors to promote enrollment management as a comprehensive, integrated approach toward enhancing and improving the recruitment, retention and graduation rates of LeMoyne-Owen College students. The candidate in this position will be counted on to provide counsel on all matters pertaining to non-academic student life, including response and assistance to students in crisis situations.
This position will also manage a budget and lead a team responsible for a broad portfolio of student support services and related programs. This position requires a highly ethical, trustworthy, credible, and loyal person who respects diverse views and opinions. 
This position requires a person who is skilled at delegating responsibilities and authority while maintaining the accountability of the direct reports.  This seasoned professional has to be skilled at fostering a team environment and is committed to the effective use of technology within academic and administrative environments.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supervise all matters relating to curriculum and instruction in the college, including outreach, evening and summer courses, scheduling and overloads.
  • Oversee faculty and academic/student affairs, staff recruitment and development activities.
  • Works effectively with community groups, educational entities, business, industry, government and legislative bodies to develop partnerships which result in improved service to students and to the community.
  • Proven record of success in creating and implementing a vision for a student affairs division at a college or university.
  • Provide advisory recommendations to the President on all academic and student affairs appointments, tenure and promotion matters to ensure that such processes comply with the terms of faculty bargaining agreements.
  • Demonstrated experience integrating student affairs with academic affairs.
  • Oversee development and implementation of academic and student affairs strategic planning.
  • Establish priorities and plans for, student program development.
  • Provide academic input to institutional enrollment management efforts.
  • Coordinate periodic academic program review and work with Division Chairs in the review, study, and development of curriculum, and in the improvement of instruction.
  • Advocates and promotes quality instruction, student success, integrated planning, and the expansion of Student Learning Outcomes to meet the educational needs of students in a diverse community college environment.
  • Works with the instructional staff in development of the educational programs.
  • Provides oversight of assessment of student learning outcomes and college-wide accreditation.
  • Provides innovative and successful academic leadership and vision in instruction and program development.
  • Participates in the planning of new facilities for the purposes of instruction and student services.
  • Understand and promotes the role and use of technology in the instructional environment.
  • Reviews grant opportunities and support applications for new grants; oversees implementation of grants with the Academic Affairs area.
  • Record of effective and innovative leadership in policy development, strategic planning, diversity programming, and first-generation student engagement programming.
  • Demonstrated commitment to staff diversity, learning and development
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a large and complex organization and budget.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of student development theory and a broad range of trends and best practices nationally in student development programs and services, enrollment trends and recruitment.
  • Ability to use data and analytics to identify leading indicators of student retention and success.
  • Proven ability to develop institutional policies and practices that are consistent with trends in federal, state, and higher education law.
  • Experience in providing response and assistance to students in crisis situations.
  • Proven ability to create a climate responsive to student concerns.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the President.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s degree, required.  Doctorate degree preferred, with at least five (5) years of successful experiences in Executive administration at institutions of higher education.
  • Must be an accomplished administrator who has had significant and productive experiences in acquiring and administering federal grants.
  • Demonstrated skill in respectful, sensitive communication with people who are diverse.
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to and ability to work with the diverse academic socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of members of college community, including those with disabilities.
  • Must have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work independently and collaboratively.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Experience with Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
  • Experience with grant budget development.
  • Knowledge and experience in curriculum, development and innovation.
  • Knowledge of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
  • Grant proposal review, and directly administering federal grants.

 

To apply for this position send resume and cover letter to jobs@loc.edu and place the job code in the subject line of the email.

 

 

 




STAFF


JOB TITLE

Vice President of Institutional Advancement

JOB CODE

VPIA042616

REPORTS TO:

President

CLASSIFICATION

Full-time, 12-month, benefit eligible

DIVISION/DEPARTMENT:

Institutional Advancement

POSTED

April 26, 2016

AVAILABLE

Open until Filled

 

 

POSITION OVERVIEW: 
The Vice President of Institutional Advancement reports to the President and will work closely with the President’s Office in leading the advancement initiative for the College.  This position is responsible for designing and implementing comprehensive institutional advancement programs, recruiting, and developing a talented team of employees focused toward the ultimate goal of significantly increasing constituent involvement and fund raising outcomes.  This position will oversee an advancement program that engages alumni, business and industry, and friends of the College.  As a member of the College’s leadership team, the Vice President will provide input regarding major decisions affecting fund raising of LeMoyne-Owen College and its planning for the future.  The Vice President will also serve as the chief executive over fund raising.  The functions of the Institutional Advancement Department include annual giving, planned giving, major gifts, capital campaigns, alumni relations, grants, and corporate relations. 
The successful candidate will be a strong leader who has an understanding of, and passion for, the mission of LeMoyne-Owen College and its future.  He or She must possess a thorough knowledge of the role of institutional advancement in supporting the complex educational mission of an Historically Black College.  The candidate must be skilled at board relations, fund raising, alumni relations, grants and corporate relations.  The Vice President must be a team player and experienced in exceeding strategic goals.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

        • Advance the mission, vision, and short and long-term goals of the college.
        • Maintain a dynamic portfolio of high net worth individuals and secure major, capital, and planned, gifts, as well as advanced annual gifts and endowment support.
        • A strong background in capital campaign and strategic relationship development management and the ability to identify, cultivate and secure significant gifts is expected.
  • Must be a proven assertive leader in the area of fund raising.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and must have a strong business acumen.
  • Excellent communications skills; written and oral and must be technology savvy.
  • Excellent motivational skills and negotiations skills.
  • Well organized, effective planner.
  • Ability to create a positive working environment.
  • Excellent management and supervisory skills.
  • Willingness and energy for significant travel and still maintain a productive and goal driven work environment with subordinates.
  • Participate in Board of Trustees meetings.
  • Report to and partner with the President in achieving the vision of the college
  • Create and execute a strategic fundraising plan with clearly defined goals, timeframes and metrics.
  • Build a high-performing development program and team with focus on increasing philanthropic revenue through corporate, foundation and individual giving.
  • Seize opportunities to collaborate with senior leadership in identifying opportunities to link programs with philanthropic opportunity.
  • Initiate conversations with and provide strategies for senior and volunteer leadership in identifying, cultivating, soliciting, closing and stewarding donors and prospects.
  • Personally identify, cultivate, solicit, close and steward gifts.
  • Supervise, coach, and mentor development staff leading to the achievement of goals.
  • Engage and encourage faculty and staff, when appropriate, to take an active role in supporting funding activities. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, with at least (5) years of successful experiences in upper-level administration and management at institutions of higher education.
  • The ideal applicant must exhibit a minimum of 8 years of successful fundraising.  Proven track record at an educational institution is a plus with special consideration given to those who have experience at a comparable sized institution. 
  • Must be an accomplished administrator who has had significant and productive experiences in acquiring and administering federal grants.
  • Hire, train, inspire, and guide direct reports and the entire advancement team toward accountable, goal oriented outcomes.
  • Must have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work independently and collaboratively.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Understanding of the mission and values of LeMoyne-Owen College and the ability to effectively support and communicate them, especially to external audiences.
  • Outstanding relationship building and collaboration skills to work with a diverse constituency.
  • Knowledge of best practices and the ability to apply them in innovative ways.
  • Success identifying and securing individual and foundation support.
  • Strong supervisory experience that demonstrates the ability to lead, coach, and develop staff. 
  • A self-starter who seeks and seizes opportunity.
  • Experience with on-line fund raising and social media.

 

To apply for this position send resume and cover letter to jobs@loc.edu and place the job code in the subject line of the email.