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Job Title: Assistant Professor of Secondary Education
Department: Education

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Green Mountain College, an innovative liberal arts college with a sustainability focus, seeks an Assistant Professor of Secondary Education for the 2014-2015 academic year (position is one- year with possibility of renewal). Candidate should have experience teaching at the secondary level and excellent knowledge of pedagogy. A minimum of a master’s degree required; doctorate preferred. Disciplinary specialization open, though a background in English, history (social studies), or special education preferred.

The ideal candidate:
  • Will have demonstrated success teaching at the college level and thorough knowledge of the Common Core Standards.
  • S/he will teach methods courses for secondary education candidates, and have the opportunity, consistent with qualifications, to teach other education courses, courses in her content area, and to contribute to the general education program.
  • This position requires mentoring teacher education candidates, supervising field placements, and maintaining ongoing relations with area schools.

To apply, please send a cover letter, CV, and three letters of recommendation to: Janie Evans, Human Resources at employment@greenmtn.edu. Review of applications begins March 21 and continues until position is filled.

Green Mountain College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Position commences August 21, 2014.

Green Mountain College is a member of the Eco-League consortium of environmentally-themed colleges:www.ecoleague.org . Please visit our website at www.greenmtn.edu.
APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.

STAFF POSITIONS:



Job Title: ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR
Department: Admissions
Hours: Full-time, exempt position
Reports To: Dean of Admissions and Enrollment


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in planning and implementing the student recruitment plan for specific admissions programs or projects.
  • Coordinate external and internal recruiting efforts of the College; assume responsibility for planning, coordinating and supervising specific programs or projects, as assigned.
  • Correspond and/or meet with prospective students, applicants, their families, and others seeking information on admission standards, academic and non-academic programs and student activities; travel as necessary for receptions, forums and corporate presentations to enhance recruitment efforts.
  • Analyze qualifications of prospective students utilizing established admissions standards, guidelines and criteria, reviewing unusual circumstances with Dean as appropriate.
  • Coordinate recruitment travel; represent the College recruitment program.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required in marketing, communications, hospitality or related field – admissions experience helpful but not necessary.
  • Excellent telephone and verbal communication skills.
  • Interpersonal skills including questioning, listening and showing concern and respect for others.
  • Self-starter who can work independently.
  • Presentation skills
  • Commitment to the success of the students and the College
  • Ability to travel extensively

APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.



Job Title: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
Department: Communications
Hours: Full-time, 10-month (academic year) position
Reports To: Director of Communications


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Manage social media channels
  • Oversee creative and strategic direction of all GMC undergraduate and graduate social media channels including blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, YouTube, and Tumblr.
  • Write, gather, and develop content for all social medial channels.
  • Manage and oversee daily social media activity (including during weekends and on evenings).
  • Use analytics and metrics to direct social media content management decisions
  • Provide regular data reports on social media engagement and usage.
  • Implement campus social media strategy.
  • Stay current with digital communications trends and technology.
  • Work with Director of Admissions, Academic Department Leaders, and the Alumni Office to best engage the diverse social media audiences (which includes the prospective student community, current student community, and alumni community).

Student Social Media Team Supervisor
  • Hire and supervise a diverse student social media team (5-6 students)
  • Meet weekly with students and ensure students report hours appropriately
  • Assign and oversee group projects and individual assignments
  • Work with students to help them achieve personal professional goals, to develop skills, and to improve as writers and story tellers

Writing, Editorial, and Other Work
  • Edit press releases, articles, stories, web content, and other written
  • materials as determined by the Director of Communications
  • Write content for web and print publications
  • Participate in department projects and provide feedback for multimedia and print communications pieces
  • Document campus events as needed (including evening and weekend events)
  • Serve as a contributing member of the new www.greenmtn.edu web implementation.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 5 years experience in Higher Education
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Interpersonal skills and enthusiasm for the mission of the college
  • Self-starter who can work independently
  • Experience in digital media, creative writing, communications, marketing, or similar field
  • Experience working with high-school or college age students, ideally in a supervisor or leader position
  • Experience with photography, design, and multimedia

APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.



Job Title: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR LEARNING CENTER
Department: Learning Center
Hours: Full-time, 10-month (academic year) position
Reports To: Learning Center Director


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensure that students with learning accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act are given reasonable services
  • Manage a caseload of students who have active accommodation plans; assist them in organizing their academic program of study
  • Plan and participate in a variety of learning workshops presented by the Learning Center to include academic assistance and student success programs for learning differenced, at-risk, and students in general
  • Implement tutorial programs for the general student population
  • Meet with prospective students and parents to discuss services available from the Learning Center
  • Inform faculty and staff as to legal implications and expectations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504
  • Serve on Learning Center committees and other College committees as needed
  • Work evenings and weekends as necessary
  • Active participation in new student orientation
  • Responsible for managing the Tutoring Program to include recruitment, training, scheduling, and evaluation of student tutors
  • Interprets Learning Center policies in the absence of the Director

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Ability to plan and implement a variety of workshops and programs
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of state and federal regulations pertaining to students with learning differences (e.g. ADA and Section 504)
  • Working familiarity with IEPs, psycho-educational evaluations, and other medical evaluations
  • Ability to advocate for the student population in general, and those with learning differences especially
  • Demonstrated excellence in communication and leadership skills
  • Ability to work cooperatively as part of a management team within the Learning Center primarily and with the Library and IT Services staff secondarily.
  • Adept at working with a diverse clientele and an ability to cultivate and maintain collegial working relationships across the campus.
  • Bachelor’s degree in education or related field required. Teaching experience a plus.
  • Strong computer skills.
  • Experience with tutor training and program implementation desired.

APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.



Job Title: HEAD WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL COACH
Department: Athletics
Hours: Part-time, Nine-Month Position
Reports To: Athletic Director


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • All aspects of leading a successful NCAA Division III Volleyball program
  • Counseling and monitoring academic progress of the student athletes
  • Practice and game day coaching including frequent travel
  • Development of the competition schedule with advisement from the Athletic Director
  • Recruitment and retention of student athletes s
  • Adhering to all NCAA, North Atlantic Conference and college rules and regulations

QUALIFICATIONS:

- Bachelor’s degree with commensurate experience.
- Previous playing and coaching experience, preferably at the college level
- Must be highly motivated
- Demonstrate the ability to work well with others

APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.

Job Title: SECURITY OFFICER
Department: Security
Hours:Part-time, hourly position. Evenings and weekends may be required.
Reports To: Security Director


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.


Job Title: Assistant Women's Basketball Coach
Department: Athletics Department
Reports To: Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Hours: Part-time, six-month position

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Recruitment of prospective student-athletes
  • Player development
  • Practice and game coaching
  • Monitoring the academic progress of student athletes
  • Participation in fundraising and community service projects
  • Compliance with NCAA and North Atlantic Conference (NAC) rules
  • Willingness to support the philosophy of the head coach
QUALIFICATIONS:

-Bachelor’s degree preferred
-Previous collegiate playing and/or coaching experience
-Possess strong organizational and excellent written and oral communication skills
-Must be available to work nights and weekends



Job 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





If you believe that you meet the qualifications for the above staff positions, please submit cover letter, resume, three references and salary expectations 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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Poultney, VT 05764

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 apply.

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