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STAFF POSITIONS:


Position Title: DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT AND GIVING
Department: Development and Alumni Relations
Salary Range: Full-time, exempt position
Reports To: Director of Development

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Create, manage, and effectively promote an engaging alumni program that bridges distinct eras of the College and fuels annual giving, major gifts, and planned giving.
  • Implement annual fund solicitation program which includes personal visits, direct mail, phonathon, email, on-line and social media activity.
  • Secure leadership gifts to the Annual Fund at the $1,000-$25,000 level.
  • Partner with Director of Development in identification, cultivation, and stewardship of major gift donors and foundations.
  • Support the Director of Development in grant research and application.
  • Serve as College liaison to Alumni Advisory Board and primary contact for alumni communications.
  • Manage alumni related content on the GMC web page, serving as liaison to Communications Office for design, implementation, and maintenance of development and alumni relations web pages.
  • Working with Communications Office, schedule design, production, and mailing of alumni publications and event material.
  • Chair donor-funded scholarship committee and provide scholarship tracking and stewardship.
  • Build faculty and staff participation in annual giving.
  • Coordinate and oversee senior class giving program.
  • Hire, schedule, and supervise work study students.
  • Stay abreast of industry standards and pursue professional development in the field.

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Bachelors Degree (minimum)
    • 3-5 years successful track record in fundraising
    • 3-5 years successful experience in grant research and applications
    • 3-5 years experience in event planning and management
    • 3-5 years experience in creative alumni program development and management
    • Excellent writing and public speaking skills
    • Good listener with strong ability to discern, remember, and communicate donor needs
    • Highly organized and detail oriented
    • Excellent computer skills (Raisers Edge software a plus) and self-sufficient in office work
    • Proficient in social media networking
    • Creative, innovative, entrepreneurial
    • High energy with positive, enthusiastic outlook
    • Enjoys social engagements and has many interests
    • Willing to work evenings and weekends when required
    • Willing to travel when required

    APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL NOVEMBER 14, 2014.



    Position Title: COUNSELOR
    Department: Wellness Center
    Salary Range: Full-time, 10-month position
    Reports To: Director of Wellness Center

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Assists Director of the Wellness Center in supervision of graduate student intern(s)
  • Provides individual, confidential counseling to students facing personal difficulties.
  • Coordinates services for students who require the use of several types of psychological and/or educational services on and off campus
  • Provides psychological assessment to individuals and assisting with active referrals to appropriate professional services on and off campus
  • Assesses and provides group support to population with shared concerns such as eating disorders, substance addiction recovery, sexual identity struggles and anxiety disorders
  • Provides educational and recreational programs focused on positive student development and wellness
  • Provides crisis intervention, including participation in on-call schedule for non-office hours
  • Provides student and professional staff training on issues related to student development, crisis management and basic counseling techniques
  • Provides support for faculty and staff in handling difficult situations with students
  • Serves as advisor to various student organizations as needed
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of the Wellness Center

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Masters degree in counseling, psychology or related mental health field 2-5 years counseling experience, preferably with the traditional college age population Excellent verbal and written communication skills and computer literacy

    APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.

    Position Title:SECURITY OFFICER -- ON-CALL POSITION
    Department: Security
    Reports To:Security Director
    Hours:Part-time, hourly position. Evenings, nights and weekends may be required.

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Patrols campus on foot and may drive College owned vehicle as assigned. Take corrective action against existing hazards or conditions which may cause damage or injury
  • Writes daily log of activities, accident reports, etc.
  • Responds to requests for service including: providing safety escorts, giving directions, locating lost property, lockout assistance for room, office or vehicle, etc.
  • Answers alarm calls.
  • Works special events as assigned
  • Writes tickets for parking violations
  • Protect college property and property belonging to employees, students and visitors
  • Enforce college rules and policies

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Ability to work independently
    • Willingness to work outside for extended periods
    • Ability to write reports and keep a daily log; must have legible written communication
    • Ability to deal effectively and pleasantly with faculty, staff, students and visitors
    • High school diploma or equivalent
    • Security experience preferred

    APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.

    Position Title: RESIDENCE LIFE RELIEF
    Department: Residence Life
    Salary Range: Part-time position Living quarters and meal plan available during shift periods
    Reports To: Director of Resort & Hospitality Program and Lodge General Manager

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Provide relief supervision at the Lodge during any absence of the General Manager
  • Perform all the duties and responsibilities of the General Manager
  • Ensure that all students abide by the rules set forth in the GMC Student Handbook and the RHM Program
  • Primary professional staff member for emergency response at the Lodge.
  • Promotes student residents’ health, safety and well-being.
  • Completes nightly rounds of the building to make sure that the building is secure and that the students are behaving according to the Resident Life policies.
  • Follow the opening/closing checklists as set by the General Manager and the RHM program.
  • Perform light housekeeping and emergency maintenance work when needed.

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the resort and/or hospitality field.
    • Demonstrated management experience.
    • Ability to relate to college students
    • Confidentiality a must.

    APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.

    Green Mountain College is committed to increasing diversity among campus employees and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified minority and female applicants are encouraged to respond.

    If you believe that you meet the above qualifications, please submit a resume to Janie Evans in the Human Resource Department:
    Fax: 802-287-8327. Email: employment@greenmtn.edu, Mail: GMC, 1 Brennan Circle, Poultney, VT 05764

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