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Job Opportunities at Regent University

To learn more about available faculty, staff or student positions, click on the respective tabs above. Carefully read the job description listed to determine which position best aligns with your skills, knowledge, experience and goals.

Before submitting an employment application, you may want to review Regent University's Hiring Process and Frequently Asked Questions.

Complete a separate application for each position for which you would like to apply. Applications remain active only until the position applied for is filled.

Applications may be completed either online or mailed to:

Human Resources Department
1000 Regent University Dr., ADM 111
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
Fax: 757.352.4317


Annual Safety & Security Report

A copy of Regent University's Annual Safety & Security Report is available. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Regent University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, authority of campus police officers and other matters. The report is required to be available to all current students, faculty and staff as well as prospective students, faculty and staff.

Copies of the report may also be obtained at the CBN/RCPD Dispatch Center located on the third floor of the Corporate Support Building.

CBN/Regent Campus Police Department
977 Centerville Turnpike
Virginia Beach, VA 23463
Dispatch: 757.226.2075 or 5075
Emergency: 911

Faculty Positions

Last updated: July 23, 2015

Application Submission

Before submitting an employment application, you may want to review Regent University's Hiring Process and Frequently Asked Questions.

You may submit the online application.

For further information regarding current or future openings, contact the school's faculty administrator as referenced below.


Transcript Requirement

SACS and Regent University require all faculty and adjunct faculty employed by Regent University to have "official transcripts" on file in the Human Resources Department. All degrees above and beyond the undergraduate level (master's and doctorate) will be required. If the faculty member does not have a terminal degree, then the undergraduate degree may be required.  Contact each school's faculty administrator for specific degree requirements.


Non-Discrimination Policy

Qualified prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination because of race, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.


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Posted Positions by School

School of Communication and the Arts — No positions available at this time.

 

School of Divinity — No positions available at this time.

 

School of Education


ADJUNCT FACULTY
School of Education

The School of Education is seeking adjunct faculty to teach online courses in the M.Ed. TESOL program. Candidates should possess an earned doctorate in TESOL, applied linguistics, education, or a related field. A strong record of ESL/EFL teaching is required, and K-12 teaching experience is preferred. Candidates should visit www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Katie Goldman at kgoldman@regent.edu. Upon receipt of these application materials, you may be asked to submit transcripts.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
School of Education

Regent University's School of Education is seeking qualified adjuncts to teach in the Richmond, Virginia Beach, and online. The candidate must hold a doctoral degree in Education. The specific fields of interest are Special education, Reading Specialist and Math Specialist. Candidates should visit www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Katie Goldman at kgoldman@regent.edu. Upon receipt of these application materials, you may be asked to submit transcripts.

 

School of Business & Leadership


ADJUNCT FACULTY
School of Business & Leadership

Regent University's School of Business & Leadership is seeking qualified adjuncts to teach on campus in Virginia Beach, as well as online to teach in any of the programs offered at the school: the PhD in Organizational Leadership, the Doctor of Strategic Leadership, the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and the Master of Business Administration. Preference will be given to candidates who earned a doctoral degree in organizational leadership, management, business, or related disciplines. The mission of the School of Business & Leadership is to provide graduate education for students seeking to integrate theory and research with a biblical worldview and Christian perspective. Therefore, we seek applicants who have a personal commitment to Christ, who promote and demonstrate Christian values in all areas of life and learning, and who are committed to the integration of faith and reason in the educational process. Other expectations include some record of or potential for scholarship and peer-reviewed publication, and experience with online instructional technology. Candidates should visit www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Ethel White at ethewhi@regent.edu. Upon receipt of these application materials, you may be asked to submit transcripts.



The Robertson School of GovernmentNo positions available at this time.

 

 

School of Law — No positions available at this time.

 

School of Psychology & Counseling

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
School of Psychology and Counseling

Position Description: The position requires teaching, service, and research responsibilities as well as a terminal degree. The ideal candidate would have a background in child or pediatric psychology but other applicants are welcome. The position is expected to focus on teaching, supervision and mentoring responsibilities. The position is a 9-month, tenure-track appointment, and the rank and salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Position scheduled to begin Fall 2016. Position offered subsequent to funding.

Qualifications:

  • Terminal degree in Psychology from an Accredited Program
  • Demonstrated excellence in teaching, scholarship and service
  • Licensure as a Psychologist, or license-eligible

The position would have primary appointment in the Doctor of Psychology program but may include teaching in other SPC programs in General Psychology or Counseling, and/or undergraduate courses. Typical teaching load would be 250 SCHs (typically 4 average size courses) plus dissertations, clinical supervision and coverage in the training clinic and University service. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Jennifer Ripley at jennrip@regent.edu.

 

 

College of Arts & Sciences

 

ADJUNCT FACULTY
Communication
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach English composition and literature courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. An earned Ph.D. in Communication is preferred. The minimum requirement is an earned master's degree with the 18 graduate semester hours in Communication. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as fall 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Carole Morgan, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


Assistant Professor of Accounting
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences has an immediate opening for a full-time, assistant professor of accounting position to teach accounting courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. An earned Ph.D. in Accounting or Business or D.B.A. with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in Accounting is preferred. The minimum requirement is an earned master's degree with the 18 earned graduate semester hours in accounting. Experience in the discipline is preferred. Certification as a CPA is a plus. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as August 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Carole Morgan, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Biblical Studies and Campus Ministry
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty in the areas of at Biblical studies, apologetics and Christian ministry to teach at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online.

An earned terminal degree from a regionally accredited college, seminary or university in biblical studies, or Christian ministry is preferred. A master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credit hours will be considered.

Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is preferred. Positions may begin as early as fall 2015. To apply complete the online faculty application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Carole Morgan, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Accounting
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach accounting courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. An earned Ph.D. in Accounting or Business or D.B.A. with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in Accounting is preferred. The minimum requirement is an earned master's degree with the 18 earned graduate semester hours in accounting. Experience in the discipline is preferred. Certification as a CPA is a plus. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as January 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Business
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach business courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. An earned Ph.D. in Business or D.B.A. is preferred. The minimum requirement is an earned MBA. Candidates with 18 earned graduate semester hours in Human Resources are preferred. Experience in the discipline is plus. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as January 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Economics
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach economics courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. An earned Ph.D. in Economics is preferred; minimum requirements include a master's degree from an accredited institution with 18 graduate semester hours in economics. Experience in the discipline is preferred. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as March 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Biology
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach biology courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus. A Ph.D. in Biology is preferred. Earned MS in Biology will be considered. Experience in the discipline is a plus. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as Fall 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Computer Science/Information Systems
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach computer courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. An earned Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Software Engineering is preferred; minimum requirements include a master's degree from an accredited institution with 18 graduate semester hours in computer science. Earned doctorates and master's degrees in closely related fields may be considered. Experience in the discipline is preferred. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as January 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Education
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to instruct teacher licensure courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus. An Ed.D. or Ph.D. in Elementary Education or Curriculum and Instruction is preferred; candidates holding an MEd. in elementary education or teaching will be considered. A valid Virginia teaching license is required. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience. Endorsements in gifted education or reading are a plus. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is preferred. Positions may begin as early as spring 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
English
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach English composition and literature courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. An earned Ph.D. in English is preferred. The minimum requirement is an earned master's degree with the 18 graduate semester hours in English. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as March 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Leadership
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach leadership courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. A Ph.D. in leadership is strongly preferred. Given the number of Regent graduates already in our adjunct pool, the College is seeking to expand the number of non-Regent graduates. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as spring 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Nursing
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach and develop courses in the RN to BSN online program. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Nursing or related field, or a D.N.P., eligibility for state licensure without restrictions on the license, and two years of clinical nursing experience. Candidates with an MSN, meeting the other listed requirements, may be considered. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as spring 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Finance
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach finance courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus and online. An earned Ph.D. in Finance is preferred; minimum requirements include a master's degree from an accredited institution with 18 graduate semester hours in finance. Experience in the discipline is preferred. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as January 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Mathematics
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach and develop online mathematics courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus only. A Ph.D. in Mathematics is preferred. Earned MS in Mathematics will be considered. Experience in the discipline is preferred. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as spring 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Physics
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach and develop general physics courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus only. A Ph.D. in Physics is preferred. Earned MS in Physics may be considered. Experience in the discipline is a plus. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as spring 2015. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
History
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach history courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus only. A Ph.D. in history is preferred; candidates holding a master's degree in history including 18 graduate credits in history will be considered. Emphasis in American, European, or World History is a plus. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is preferred. Positions may begin as early as January 2014. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casadmin@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


ADJUNCT FACULTY
Leadership
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking adjunct faculty to teach leadership courses at the Virginia Beach, VA campus only. A Ph.D. in leadership is strongly preferred. Given the number of Regent graduates already in our adjunct pool, the College is seeking to expand the number of non-Regent graduates. Expectations include a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Proficiency with online instructional technology is also preferred. Positions may begin as early as March 2014. To apply complete the online application at: http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also forward their vita and cover letter to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casadmin@regent.edu. Please send official transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate institutions attended to Dr. Donna Holcomb, Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration, Regent University – CAS, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.


University Library — No positions available at this time.

 

 

University Law Library — No positions available at this time.

 

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Staff Positions

Last updated: July 30, 2015

Application Submission

All positions posted are current. Complete a separate application for each position for which you would like to apply. Applications remain active only until the position applied for is filled.

Before submitting an employment application, you may want to review Regent University's Hiring Process and Frequently Asked Questions.

You may submit the online application. Thereafter, you may also submit your cover letter and/or resume as email attachments to hr@regent.edu.

Additionally, you may mail or fax a hardcopy application to:

     Human Resources Department
     1000 Regent University Dr., ADM 111
     Virginia Beach, VA 23464
     Fax: 757.352.4317

Non-Discrimination Policy

Qualified prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability.


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Open Staff Positions - All positions are currently available

 

ONLINE CAREER SPECIALIST
Career Services

Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree in higher education, college student personnel, business, HR, or related fields preferred. Must have 3 to 5 years administrative experience. Experience in career services/career coaching highly preferred. Alternative experience in lieu of career services experience could include: life coaching, personal counseling, human resources, or business management. Must have strong career coaching and interpersonal skills to create an approachable and welcoming environment for students and alumni; independent, motivated, and dependable. The primary function of this position is to help online students develop a career plan during their first semester at Regent. Will continue to work with students during their time at Regent to achieve the goals in their plans, and to assist them in developing career skills. Will also cultivate job opportunities with employers in areas where we have a high density of online students.

 

REGIONAL ALUMNI PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Alumni Relations

Bachelor's Degree or experience in a related field preferred. Alumna/us of Regent University preferred. Experience in event coordination preferred, and technology/web experience is a plus. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills and strong people skills. Must maintain satisfactory driver history; driving records will be checked annually. Must possess a strong commitment to the vision and mission of Regent University; must exhibit a sense of integrity, loyalty, and confidentiality; must maintain a professional appearance; must be able to communicate professionally; must help promote a peaceful, respectful, and Christ-centered work environment; and must be able to function both independently and as a team player. This position will implement the regional alumni program for alumni residing within specific geographic areas. Will identify, enlist, and cultivate alumni volunteers within the chapter and implement programs best suited for individual cities. Will develop a close working relationship with area volunteer leaders to strengthen regional activities and develop a vigorous, self-renewing volunteer leadership organization throughout the region. Additionally, will oversee the Student Alumni Ambassador program.

 

QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST
Enrollment Management

Requires 3 to 5 years' experience in a call center environment, and high school plus special training or equivalent experience. Required PC skills include Microsoft Office - Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook. Must possess strong knowledge of customer care processes and techniques. Must possess strong interpersonal techniques, i.e. positive, pleasant, respectful and customer focused. Must have a demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both written and oral. Must have a professional attitude and be enthusiastic and reliable. Must be able to work with little supervision and use good judgment. A sound knowledge of telephone etiquette is required.
Will work in a normal office environment, with extended viewing of computer screens. Must be a well-groomed, articulate professional, with a strong Christian commitment; must exhibit Regent's core values of Christ-First, Excellence, and Leadership. The Quality Assurance Specialist will monitor the quality of customer interactions in a call center environment through call monitoring, transactional audits and quality reports. The position will provide specific feedback to staff, supervisors and management regarding performance based on quality measures. The Quality Assurance Specialist will also be responsible to facilitate internal/external calibrations to ensure thorough understanding of Staff expectations and evaluation models.

 

TRAINING COORDINATOR
Enrollment Management

Bachelor's degree required. 5+ years training experience preferred. Must have excellent computer skills and interpersonal skills. Must be able to develop and implement business processes. Must be well organized and detail oriented with an ability to multi-task. Excellent time management and communication skills required. We are seeking a well-groomed, articulate, professional with a strong Christian commitment; must exhibit Regent's core values of Christ-First, Excellence, and Leadership. The Training Coordinator will manage the Enrollment Management training and development programs. Will be responsible for planning and delivering a professional, organized, informative training program in a friendly atmosphere for new EM employees, and providing continuing training for existing employees. The performance of the Training Coordinator will be measured primarily by the degree of preparedness of new employees. Will train, develop, and evaluate staff on operational metrics, problem solving, quality and performance improvement processes.

 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
Enrollment Management – Admissions

The Assistant Director of Admissions will assist the Director of Admissions in the successful attainment of enrollment goals as determined by the school administration. The major functions of this position will be to serve as the communication manager for the traditional admissions office; to assist in the supervision of the counseling staff (enrollment counselors); to supervise student workers in their daily application processing, outbound calling and reception functions; and to inform prospective students and applicants about programs, application and financial aid procedures, and other items related to successful enrollment. Bachelor's degree or higher level of education is required. Must have excellent clerical and telephone skills; computer literacy in Microsoft Office and email; strong preference given to applicants with prior higher education admissions or customer service experience; excellent proof-reading skills, and some marketing experience helpful; ability to occasionally travel overnight and on weekends in support of recruitment goals. Must maintain a satisfactory driving history; driving records will be checked annually. Must share the vision and mission of Regent University. Must be well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details. Must be resourceful and able to take initiative in problem solving. Must be a motivated self-starter. Must have a heart for the personal, spiritual and professional development of students. Must have excellent people, persuasion, and communication skills. Must maintain prospect, applicant, and student confidentiality. Must be a customer service champion with the ability to provide service in a professional manner. Must exemplify Regent's values of Christ-first, excellence, and leadership.

 

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS CONSULTING
Enrollment Management – Admissions

The Director will plan, direct, and monitor the activities and operations of the Admissions Consultant Call Center. The ideal candidate will establish detailed operational objectives and action plans for performance, acquire and manage resources to meet objectives, and review performance against objectives to ensure success. They will understand the integration of software and hardware to maximize work flow efficiency. He or she will plan and forecast team performance, staffing needs, and budget. Prepare and disseminate performance reports (financial, staffing, productivity, etc.) and meet or exceed the operational goals set by Enrollment Management leadership. The ideal candidate will need to have expertise in managing large scale call center operations. Bachelor's degree required, with five years sales and/or customer service experience, and five to ten years management/supervisory experience leading teams in a call center environment of fifteen employees or more. Must possess a strong commitment to world class customer service; superior oral and written communication skills; superb leadership and interpersonal skills and team facilitation and training skills. Must be a strong decision maker, with good change management and negotiation skill and the ability to work well and quickly under pressure. Must be a well-groomed, articulate, professional, with a strong Christian commitment, and must exhibit Regent's core values of Christ-First, Excellence, and Leadership.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER
Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

Will be responsible for the design, development, evaluation, and maintenance of high quality instruction for online and on-campus courses. Will assist faculty with the implementation of Christian faith and learning integration in all courses. In collaboration and consultations with faculty/subject-matter experts, will design and develop curriculum, including courses, learning objects, and assessments. Will utilize multimedia and other instructional technologies to support instructional objectives. Will apply and provide expertise in the Blackboard Learning Management System course design process. Will assist and support the leadership of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) with scholarship of teaching and learning faculty projects. Responsibilities include designing and delivering professional development opportunities for full-time and adjunct faculty and staff. Will work closely with CTL staff, student workers, and other related university staff in executing job responsibilities. Graduate degree required in a related field (technology, instructional design, education, communication, curriculum, etc.); degrees related to instructional design with talent development/human performance improvement or higher education preferred. Theological knowledge/training for faith integration is needed. Must have a minimum of four (4) years of work experience in instructional design or related field required in addition to the graduate degree or equivalent graduate studies; experience in an academic environment preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs required. Knowledge of Learning Management Systems required; Blackboard experience and online teaching expertise strongly preferred. Research and grant writing experience a plus. Excellent grammar and proofreading skills and demonstrated commitment to exemplary service required. Experience with audio/visual/interactive software required. Examples are as follows: Adobe Creative Suite, Captivate, Articulate, Camtasia, Audacity, and Panopto. Must be fully supportive of the mission and direction of Regent University and the Center for Teaching and Learning to develop students for "Christian Leadership to Change the World." Requires experience in working in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment with simultaneous multiple tasks. Must possess critical thinking, analysis, writing and project management capabilities. Strong communication and interpersonal skills required. Must be able to work independently and accomplish tasks based on knowledge, experience, and expertise within established principles. Will be required to carry out highly detailed work to completion.

 

ADVISING PROCESS SPECIALIST
Enrollment Management – Advising

Reporting to the Associate Director of Advising Operations, this position will provide University Advising support by providing accurate and timely processing of data, forms, reports and electronic or hard copy filing. Will provide administrative support for advising which includes: Completing degree worksheet and academic degree program templates; processing student forms from receipt by University Advising to final filing; assisting with the implementation of tasks identified in the Advising Communication/Work plan; articulating in writing and person-to-person academic policies and procedures; preparing and analyzing reports as needed; researching and retrieving student data and files; and data entry. Will act as a liaison between students and the Registrar's office to ensure accurate and efficient processing of student forms and requests. Will be responsible for cultivating a Christ-like culture of serving students, colleagues, and the university, and serving as a resource to the university community in matters of academic advising services. Bachelor degree is preferred. Must have experience with office records systems; excellent customer service skills; excellent organization skills; demonstrated ability to handle a variety of tasks in a professional manner; demonstrated proficiency in MS Office programs, Adobe Acrobat, scanning; and ability to learn Banner, Discoverer, Blackboard, Genisys and other system processes and functions utilized by University Advising. Must be able to assist the office in a professional and courteous fashion; relate well with faculty, staff, and students. Must have good interpersonal and collaborative skills; ability to balance people and tasks; and a high degree of maturity when dealing with confidential matters. Must be able to work independently and take initiative in solving problems and proactively communicate with the staff and faculty as a representative of advising. Will be required to maintain professional office attire and demeanor, and abide by work policies established by Human Resources and by Academic Advising. Must be prompt and available to perform duties during scheduled hours.

 

QUALITY ASSURANCE ANALYST
Enrollment Management – Advising

Reporting to the Associate Director of Advising Operations, this position will provide data, reports, and analysis that measure department adherence to University Advising Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and University Standard Operating Procedure, identify quality problems, and recommend solutions. Will evaluate new technologies and methods to make recommendations regarding their use to improve quality, performance, and service. Bachelor's Degree required. Must have experience in systems thinking and producing quality reports, spreadsheets, and data analysis. Prerequisites include: 2-3 years of experience in a related area; proven track record of providing excellent customer service; experience in process and systems management and problem solving; a positive attitude and ability to plan and adapt to change; demonstrated understanding of technology to deliver data driven service (i.e., Blackboard, Genisys, Banner, Degree Works, Inside Sales, etc.); excellence with Microsoft Office and Adobe; ability to collaborate effectively with university departments; and strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills. The successful candidate will possess a commitment to the vision and mission of Regent University and a passion for the personal, spiritual and professional development of students and staff. Must be able to maintain student confidentiality. Regent is seeking a customer service champion and motivated self-starter who is able to provide service in a professional manner, who is well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details, and who is resourceful and able to take initiative in problem solving.

 

SECURITY ENGINEER
Information Technology

Reporting to the Director of Network Engineering, the Security Engineer will define security requirements based on data flow and current architecture encompassing various types of Unix/Windows hosts, Network and Telephony Infrastructures. Additionally, will design and implement multi-level security to reinforce internal network security and perimeter protection. This position will be responsible for analyzing day to day security events, developing Mitigation Plans, administering litigation holds, handling Copyright Infringement Notices and initiating Implementation Strategies. This position is ultimately responsible for enforcing principles of Computer Security within the university environment. The successful candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science, or commensurate related experience and certifications. Other requirements include an in-depth knowledge of the TCP/IP protocol stack and practical application of the OSI model, including packet headers, traffic flow, etc.; experience in maintaining, configuring and supporting industry standard firewalls, VPNs, IDSs, and other security affiliated hardware/software within a high availability network infrastructure; minimum of 5+ years demonstrated technical experience and strong aptitude for Network Security; and experience in large corporate technical environment. Must have experience with firewall rule set decision and policy management and experience troubleshooting TCP/IP data flows, connectivity and firewall problems. Must have an in depth knowledge of LAN administration, Ethernet switching and cabling, and a working knowledge of routing protocols including any of: OSPF, RIP, ISIS, and BGP. In depth experience with UNIX/Linux and Windows 2008/2012/Win 7 operating system environments is required. Must also have experience with most common UNIX/Linux services and system administration functions, ranging from shell sessions to specific services (such as Sendmail, Apache, X windows, user/group administration, etc.), and encryption experience with SSH, VPN, PGP, PKI, and other encryption and authentication technologies. Must have a general knowledge of service proxies, common probing and attack methods, network/service discovery, system auditing, viruses, malware, adware and worms, and an understanding of email headers, spam handling, and attack handling. Must have network management systems experience with SNMP, syslog, and performance monitoring tools, and experience with developing and deploying system architecture based on established requirements. Custom scripting capability is highly desirable. Must have strong communication, organization and documentation skills; ability to work independently with careful planning and precision; ability and willingness to communicate well and to work cooperatively with others; and a reliable and consistent track record of tenure with previous organizations.

 

SCHEDULING COORDINATOR
Registrar's Office

Reporting to the Associate Registrar for Graduate Studies, the Scheduling coordinator will build and maintain the course catalog and academic schedules in the student system, and will compile and submit regular enrollment reports as needed for compliance with state and national institutional reporting requirements. High school diploma required; bachelor's degree preferred. Training and experience required in word processing and data entry, filing systems and report preparation. Must have a minimum of three years' experience in a job involving various computer processes and significant contact with the public, preferably in a student affairs area of higher education. Must have excellent organizational skills, communication skills and customer service skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality of records and data is a must.

 

DIRECTOR OF CAREER & ALUMNI SERVICES
School of Law

The Director of Career & Alumni Services provides counseling, advice, referrals, and service to all JD, LL.M., and M.A. students within the law school. The Director of Career & Alumni Services is responsible for the ultimate direction of the Career & Alumni Services Department, including managing personnel within the department, preparing budgets, distributing tasks, and developing strategies for improving the productivity of the office. Under the supervision of the Dean of the School of Law and in consultation with the Law School Faculty Placement & Clerkships Committee, University Advancement, University Marketing, University Alumni Relations, and all other University departments, the Director develops career and professional development strategies for students and alumni by connecting with employers; managing the on-campus recruitment program; growing the internship, externship, and employment opportunities; participating in job fairs; conducting alumni events nationwide; teaching job skills and professionalism; providing career counseling; and improving the marketability of students and alumni with potential employers. The Director is also involved in peripheral projects of the Law School, including new student recruitment; event planning; development; and fundraising. Juris Doctor degree, law practice experience, and current bar membership is required. Must have at least 3 years of progressively responsible professional legal experience. Prefer applicants (1) with prior career services experience; (2) who have worked in large firms, judicial clerkships or federal government honors programs; (3) who have developed a network of law professional contacts, at a minimum nationwide but ideally also abroad; (4) with experience in counseling, ministry, or working with students (such as serving as a resident advisor); and (5) with strong public speaking skills and experience. Knowledge of the legal industry is required. Must have familiarity with interview settings and the job application process. Seeking a candidate with a strong legal background, with preference for those with a solid academic career. Must have availability to travel. The successful candidate will have strong organizational skills, ability to work with people, ability to manage and work with a diverse group of people, and creativity. Must have a strong Christian commitment consistent with the mission of Regent University as described in the employment application on the University web site.

 

ASSISTANT DEAN FOR ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION

Reporting to the Associate Dean for Academic Administration, the Assistant Dean for Academic Administration will support the overall financial and administrative management of the academic programs of Regent University. Major areas of responsibility will include budget planning, financial management and analysis, and administration. Master's degree in business or related field is required. Significant experience in academic administration is preferred; however, successful business management and/or organizational leadership experience outside of an academic environment may suffice. Must be able to function well in an environment of change and innovation. Must have a strong Christian commitment consistent with the mission of Regent University as described in the employment application on the University web site.

 

FINANCIAL AID COUNSELOR
Central Financial Aid

Reporting to the Senior Financial Aid Counselor, this position will be responsible for supporting the day-to-day operations of the Central Financial Aid Office, providing excellent customer service to students. The successful candidate will have excellent communication and organizational skills; be knowledgeable of and proficient with PC software applications, e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other computer software and related computer and Internet technologies; be able to comprehend, interpret, and apply federal and state regulations and university policies related to student financial aid; be able to regularly exercise sound professional judgment; and be able to accurately, efficiently and effectively perform pertinent duties in a way that will ensure that the office functions in a consistently smooth manner. The Financial Aid Counselor will abide by university, federal and state policies and regulations related to privacy and confidentiality of information. Due to the nature of the work required, the Financial Aid Counselor will be expected to work the hours necessary to accomplish the tasks, goals and objectives of the department, as defined by the supervisor, including weekend assignments and/or travel as needed. Must have a strong Christian commitment consistent with the mission of Regent University as described in the employment application on the University web site.

 

ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR
Enrollment Management – Admissions

Reporting to the Director of Graduate Admissions, the Admissions Counselor will be responsible to provide a comprehensive overview and plan for enrollment to prospective students, applicants and newly admitted students. The primary school/program designation will be the doctoral programs in the School of Business & Leadership, but the counselor will also assist the other traditional graduate programs as needed. A bachelor's degree is required. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of excellent customer service, at least 2 years of inside sales experience or previous college admissions experience, excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills, and a passion to help people. Must be a motivated self-starter, self-directed and able to work effectively to meet and exceed goals in a production driven environment. Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Must have a Christian commitment consistent with the mission of Regent University as described in the employment application on the University web site.

 

ENROLLMENT COUNSELOR
Military and Veterans Affairs

This position will assist the Director of Military & Veterans Affairs in developing, coordinating and implementing a comprehensive plan to increase enrollment of military personnel into the undergraduate, master's and doctoral degree programs within Regent University. Will actively assist in carrying out military recruiting opportunities, including out-of-state travel as required. Will address questions and concerns of prospective and current military students related to topics such as financial aid (Regent and federal), Army and Navy ROTC, tuition assistance, Post-9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program, and MyCAA. Will organize information sessions, make public presentations, hold "office hours" at military education centers, and represent all programs. Bachelor's degree is required. Desired qualifications include: Serving as National Guard, Reserve, or armed forces veteran; familiarity with military and veterans educational benefits and programs; demonstrated advanced expertise in using Microsoft Excel for budget management and enrollment management database maintenance and reporting; and prior experience in recruitment or admissions. Experience with Banner database software and Discoverer reporting software is preferred. Sales and marketing experience is preferred. Must have ability to interact and communicate with senior level management. Must have strong organizational abilities, excellent written and oral communication skills, excellent presentation skills, and strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to establish rapport with a diverse customer base. Must be able to maintain a flexible schedule and must be able to travel out-of-state as needed. Must maintain a valid driver's license and satisfactory driver history (driving records will be checked annually). The successful candidate will be a multi-tasker; a resourceful problem-solver; a highly motivated self-starter; with a heart for the personal, spiritual, and professional development of students; and a customer service champion with the ability to provide excellent service in a professional manner. Must be able to maintain prospect, applicant, and student confidentiality. Must share the vision, mission and values of Regent University.

 

ADMISSIONS RECRUITER
Law Admissions – Enrollment Management

This position will consult with and maintain a high level of involvement in planning long- and short-term objectives for Law School Admissions, specifically through recruitment, counseling, and special event functions in alignment based on enrollment goals, budgetary guidelines, and mission statement. This position will communicate with prospects, applicants, and admits in a manner to achieve law school enrollment goals; analyze and interpret application and matriculation data in order to direct travel dollars towards events that produce the highest application volume and yield rates; maintain recruiting matrixes; serve as liaison to faculty and alumni travelers; write and maintain training manuals for seasonal recruiters; direct seasonal recruiter program; investigate and resolve concerns with law school applicants regarding their admission decision; attend University-wide recruitment meetings; identify and maintain a database of speakers for chats, open houses, preview weekends, etc. taking care to use discretion and judgment when selecting speakers, panelists, etc.; direct the law school's orientation event; coordinate chat nights/webinars; edit and post event transcripts to webpages; purchase supplies and coordinate special events; arrange transportation/lodging for prospects as necessary; and attend Preview Meetings and develop program; assign and supervise LSAT Prep Workshop duties. A bachelor's degree is preferred plus at least 2 years' experience in a professional environment or academic institution. Project management experience is desired. Candidate must work well under minimal supervision; be a self-starter; be able to exercise independent judgment and discretion in support of department goals and objectives; and demonstrate excellent communication skills. Candidate must demonstrate professionalism, enthusiasm, dependability, maturity, follow-through, discretion, and dedication to excellence. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook is preferred. Candidate must demonstrate and maintain a satisfactory driver history; driving records will be checked annually.

 

ADMISSIONS RECRUITER
Enrollment Management – Admissions

This position will demonstrate effective leadership in campus, local, and regional recruitment events and assist in the development and implementation of university marketing, lead acquisition, and recruitment strategies. This position will be responsible for generating a greater number of qualified inquiries and converting those qualified inquiries to applicants and enrolled students. This position will represent Regent University as a whole and as a specialist for a designated graduate school; strategically organize and direct special events to support inquiry generation and conversion activity; identify and qualify target audience to increase inquiry database; project and manage fiscal year budget related to recruiting activity; advise and influence overall strategic enrollment plans to represent target audience and direction of degree program design and logistics; coordinate strategic admissions and recruitment opportunities including grad fairs, conferences, and out-of-town info sessions, as well as state and national admission and church-related organizations; recruit and follow-up on prospective students through letters, phone calls, e-mail, webinars and social media channels; provide timely and accurate follow-up to inquiries and applicants based on the provided communication strategy; build the relationship between the University and prospective students through regular communication; acquire and maintain thorough and current knowledge of as well as actively communicate regarding all Regent University programs, financial aid, scholarships, and admissions policies; implement recruitment strategies through correspondence, presentations, interviews, and telemarketing; conduct on-campus interviews with visiting students and groups; provide recommendations for the development of school marketing and recruitment strategies; coordinate and participate in recruitment events; and collect information on School's competitors and other colleges and universities. A bachelor's degree is required; a master's degree is preferred for graduate programs. Candidate must have 1-2 years admissions, sales, and/or marketing experience; prior experience in university admissions and recruitment is helpful. Candidate must have strong organizational abilities, excellent written and oral communication skills, presentation skills, and interpersonal skills with an ability to develop rapport with a diverse customer base. Candidate must demonstrate competency with Microsoft Office software; knowledge and experience with Inside Sales, Adobe Connect, Banner, Discoverer, and Blackboard is preferred. Candidate must be able to make decisions, work independently, and be a team player; be well organized and able to manage multiple projects; be resourceful and able to take initiative in problem solving; be able to maintain confidentiality of prospect, applicant, and student information; and be a customer service champion and able to provide service in a professional manner. Employee must maintain a satisfactory driving history; driving records will be checked annually. Seasonal, occasional, and regional overnight travel and same-day business travel will be required with occasional night and weekend hours. Candidate must be available to support on-campus recruiting endeavors after hours – on weeknights and weekends as needed.

 

REGISTRATION AND RECORDS ASSISTANT
School of Law

(This position is for 20 hours per week, no benefits) This position will assist the Registration and Records Assistant in performing specific tasks involving student records, registration, and academic procedures; assist in general operations of the office for academic affairs and student services; and to handle all room reservations for law school-controlled rooms and maintain the calendar of events; as well as scanning all alumni files. This position will service student's needs through email, phone calls, and face-to-face interactions; provide student support and information for registration, records management, exam numbers, ExamSoft, special accommodation/make-up exams, class ranks, and general issues or questions; maintain student and alumni files; maintain storage of all registration material; maintain supply forms for Office of Student Affairs and Records Office; assign and maintain advisor list; acquire and maintain files for students and student contact lists; assist Records and Registration Manager in constructing and maintaining semester schedules; Regular, 2 year JD program, LLM, MA Program, HILS, Uganda program, Oxford program; assist in maintaining priority groups in registration; construct and distribute registration worksheets each semester; assist students with registration; registering students for certain classes, processing paperwork and distributing to various departments; approve Law School student organization events, and reserve law school-controlled rooms; record and update room reservations and maintain regularly update online calendar of events for the School of Law; assist in construction, distribution and maintenance of exam schedule. Candidate must be high school graduate. Professional training is helpful. Candidate must have 3-5 years of office experience; strong computer knowledge; be able to type a minimum of 50 wpm. Knowledge of Banner and Oracle computer systems is helpful. Candidate must have a pleasant personality and professional attitude; demonstrate a pleasant telephone manner; be flexible in assuming projects; able to meet deadlines; and produce an accurate work product. Individual must maintain a pledge of confidentiality in working with student affairs and records.

 

TEMPORARY POSITION
House Manager
School of Communication & the Arts

(This is a part-time, temporary position, with no benefits) The position is responsible for coordinating all Front-Of-House (FOH) operations for stage performances and performance related activities for Regent University. Specific responsibilities include: coordinating scheduling; training and supervising ushers; communicating with stage managers during and in advance of performances; overseeing refreshments; and ensuring the safety of all patrons at performances. This position also coordinates the opening of the performance in cooperation with the Box Office Manager. An ideal candidate must have experience in dealing with the public of all ages; demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of patrons; demonstrate an upbeat, enthusiastic attitude in public relations; be able to enforce safety regulations and communicate the same to the public; be attentive to detail; be able to work independently without much direct supervision; and have First Aid and Adult CPR certification. A candidate with at least one (1) year as a Box Office staff member and experience working within a live theatre faculty environment is preferred. A minimum of 5-6 hrs/week scheduled/flex time during production weeks. Extended nighttime and weekend hours may be required.

 

DIGITAL MARKETING DIRECTOR
Office of University Marketing

This position is responsible for leading all aspects of digital marketing including, search engine optimization (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM), data analytics, measurement and reporting, social media content strategy, university website management, marketing analytics and graphic design. This position will engage stakeholders across the organization to develop the strategy for web, data and social media and oversee implementation; select and manage internal and external resources including vendors and contractors; work collaboratively across the enrollment management and marketing function to ensure implementation of Regent's branding and lead generation digital strategy; and support and enhance the overall brand and enrollment-driven revenue goals. This position will oversee analysis of program performance including the impact of direct mail, SEO, SEM, traffic statistics and understanding client/target behaviors to spot trends, increase conversion rates and ROI, and increase their overall engagement; clearly communicate, across the organization, what the performance metrics/program results represent and proactively partner with internal stakeholders to implement program adjustments to improve results; understand what sources/channels are driving the most traffic, leads, and revenue with the goal of creating a future pipeline of activity that is measurable and predictive; closely follow emerging technologies and industry trends and recommend adoption, as appropriate, to achieve business growth objectives and other stakeholders needs and drive improved lead generation and engagement of targeted constituents; regularly use stakeholder feedback, site metrics, market research, and competitive analysis to create compelling cases for making program changes to maximize effectiveness; oversee the work of the web design and content teams, data management, and proactively contribute to advertising strategy; and manage a digital web team consisting of web design, web development, and content developers as the primary university web oversight team. Candidate must have master's degree in Strategic Communications, Business or Digital Marketing. Candidate must have 5-8 years' experience with digital marketing specifically in SEO, Social Media, SEM, website, and related analytics demonstrate strong writing, editing, and verbal communication skills. Candidate must be comfortable with public speaking with both large and small groups. Experience developing and managing data strategies is preferred. Candidate must have experience using website analytics tools; experience developing and implementing SEO strategies; experience with Adobe Cloud and Google analytics; demonstrate understanding of sales funnel and lead nurturing concepts; and demonstrate strong writing, editing, and verbal communication skills. Candidate must have experience leading multifunctional teams; be able to build and motivate a high performing team; be able to prioritize and manage multiple, complex programs simultaneously; exhibit an exceptional client service attitude; possess outstanding people skills; and be proactive in working with employees and peers.

 

ADMISSIONS CONSULTANT
Enrollment Management – Admissions

(This position may be available as full-time or part-time) This position is expected to demonstrate effective professionalism and extraordinary customer service when receiving inbound calls and making outbound calls from and to prospective students of Regent University. This position serves as a generalist for all undergraduate and graduate programs and is expected to contribute to converting qualified inquiries to applicants. This position must develop a continual and comprehensive knowledge on all programs and the admissions requirements for each; stay current on student programs and policies important to prospective students, such as admissions protocol, financial aid, international admissions, military affairs, student housing, etc.; provide extraordinary costumer service by making an intentional emotional connection with each prospective student and applicant; receive a high volume of inbound phone calls from prospective students who have requested information; answer simple and complex admissions related questions on a variety of programs and degrees; counsel and qualify students on program fit, admissions requirements, financial aid processes, transfer guidelines, etc.; make outbound calls to prospective students following up on their interest and next steps in the admissions process; monitor daily chatroom interface and offer inquiring students the information they require to take the next step in the admissions process; conduct on-campus interviews with visiting students and groups; and coordinate and participate in admissions and recruitment events. A bachelor's degree is required. One to two years admissions, sales and/or telemarketing/telecounseling experience is preferred, and prior experience in university admissions and recruitment is helpful. Candidate must have strong organizational abilities, excellent written and oral communication skills, presentation skills, and interpersonal skills with an ability to establish rapport with a diverse customer base. Candidate must be able work a flexible schedule that may include days, evenings, and weekends or be able to work second shift hours (12pm – 9 pm) and rotating Saturdays. Candidate must have an appropriate competence and comfort level with Microsoft Office software; knowledge and experience with Inside Sales, Adobe Connect, Banner, Discoverer, and Blackboard is preferred. Candidate must be able to make decisions, work independently, and be a team player. Candidate must be available to support on-campus recruiting endeavors after hours, on weeknights, and weekends as needed.

 

ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR, School of Psychology and Counseling
Enrollment Management – Admissions

This position is responsible for consulting, qualifying, and converting qualified applicants toward enrollment status into the appropriate program to achieve enrollment goals; and assisting in the development and coordination of admissions processes and services offered through the School of Psychology & Counseling (transcript/credit evaluation, applicant advising, and financial aid advising) in keeping with the overall mission of Regent University. This position is responsible for working closely with applicants from the point of application receipt and payment of application fee through registration/enrollment in a supportive, proactive and professional manner; coordinating and following-up on applicants through phone calls, e-mail, letters, and online chat; acquiring and maintaining thorough and current knowledge of all schools programs, admissions policies, financial aid, and scholarships; consulting with applicants regarding distinctives and opportunities available; implementing enrollment strategies including correspondence, presentations, interviews, and telemarketing; building the relationship between the University and applicant through regular communication in person, via telephone, email, and mail; tracking and reporting applicant application status and ongoing communication in the student information system (Banner) and Inside Sales CRM tool and maintaining regular reporting of all activities; reviewing and evaluating applicant files for the recommendation of admissions decisions; playing a key role in the development and refinement of department processes and procedures; assisting in the creation and management of special projects, events, or campaigns designed to increase enrollment; conducting on-campus tours as needed; assisting Admissions Recruiters, when unavailable, to receive and qualify inquiries that come in as a walk-in, inbound call or email; working flexible hours including occasional evenings and weekends; and traveling as assigned to local college fairs, seminars, church meetings, etc., and may be required to give presentations. A bachelor's degree is required. Prerequisites for the position include a proven track record in adult and/or online college admissions, with excellent customer service; 2 to 4 years inside sales experience or previous college admissions experience; the ability to meet and exceed goals; excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills including strong oral and written communication; a desire and ability to match individual goals/objectives to appropriate program; and the ability to travel and work a varied schedule with flexible hours. Candidate must be well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details; be resourceful and able to take initiative in problem solving; be a motivated self-starter; have a heart for personal, spiritual and professional development of students; have excellent people, persuasion, and communication skills; able to maintain prospect, applicant, and student confidentiality; and be a customer service champion and able to provide service in a professional manner.

 

ADVISING ASSISTANT
Enrollment Management – Advising

This position will provide outstanding support to the students and staff in the Academic Advising Office for the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) and to serve as the primary point of contact for disseminating and communicating Tier 1 advising information. This position will screen, respond to, and/or refer all incoming telephone calls and chats in a cordial, professional and discreet business manner; greet and assist students and other visitors; process incoming email, mail, and faxes and prepare outgoing mail; participate in call campaigns and proactively communicate advising information to students; maintain excellent communication and relationships with POCs in the central offices; manage, organize and maintain administrative "hard copy" and electronic files; maintain an accurate and up-to-date Help Desk Manual; type, print, and disseminate letters, emails and reports as needed; assist with tasks and projects related to the Advising Communication/Work Plan; assist with processing student academic forms and processing/reviewing degree worksheets; and effectively and accurately use Banner & Discoverer reports as well as Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel to complete assigned tasks. A bachelor's degree is preferred. Candidate must have experience with office record systems; demonstrate excellent customer service skills and organizational skills; demonstrate ability to handle a variety of tasks in a professional manner; demonstrate proficiency in MS Office programs; and be able to learn Banner, Discoverer, Blackboard, Genisys, and Outlook functions. Candidate should offer assistance in a professional and courteous manner; interact and relate well with faculty, staff, and students; demonstrate good interpersonal and collaborative skills; demonstrate ability and maturity in dealing with confidential matters; be able to work independently and take initiative to solve problems; be able to balance people and tasks; maintain a professional office attire; and be prompt and available to perform duties during scheduled work hours.

 

ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR, COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
Enrollment Management – Admissions

This position is responsible for managing the recruitment of a prospect student pool. This position will work closely with prospects from the point of inquiry through enrollment deposit in a supportive, proactive and professional manner; recruit and follow-up with prospective students and applicants through letters, phone calls, e-mail, and chat, maintaining timely, frequent, and effective communication in accordance with department policies and procedures; acquire and maintain a knowledge of Regent University, financial aid and scholarships, transcript and credit evaluation policies, and student advising; review and evaluate application files for the recommendation of admissions decisions; conduct campus tours and interviews; and travel as assigned to college fairs, seminars, church meetings, etc. A bachelor's degree is required. Candidate must have a proven track record with excellent customer service; 2-3 years inside sales experience or previous college admissions experience; ability to meet and exceed goals; excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills; strong oral and written communication skills; a driving need and passion to help people; excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks and details; and ability to be resourceful and take initiative in problem solving. Candidate must be able to travel and willing to work a varied schedule with flexible hours including evenings and some weekends. Candidate must maintain satisfactory driver history; driving records will be checked annually.

 

ACADEMIC ADVISOR
Enrollment Management – Advising

This position's primary responsibility is to conduct and provide academic advising functions to all College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) students (academic progress, student academic advising, PLA, CLEP, etc.) in keeping with the overall mission of CAS and Regent University. The position will work closely with students from acceptance through graduation in a supportive, proactive, and professional manner. This position will provide academic advising, mentoring, and support for all accepted and enrolled CAS students; serve as a steward of the University and CAS mission and education students to also become stewards; provide all preliminary and comprehensive academic advising regarding course selection, course requirements and degree planning; review and process requests for add/drop or withdrawal and preliminary review of academic petitions in accordance with CAS policies and procedures; educate students regarding advising services, support services, student services, academic programs, and other university resources, materials, and networks; serve as liaison with Registrar's office regarding credit acceptance and transfer; conduct credit and transcript research as necessary; assist students with transfer credit appeals when appropriate; monitor academic progress of students; assist students with requests such as reactivation, readmission, withdrawal, change of program, etc.; engage in training and instruction to ensure knowledge of and compliance with University and CAS policies and practices; accurately process graduation applications/requests; conduct degree clearance and advise seniors regarding policies and procedures concerning graduation and commencement; and monitor student retention and ensure proactive re-enrollment of students. A bachelor's degree is required; master's degree is preferred. Candidate must have experience with student counseling; proven track record with excellent customer service; experience in process management and problem solving; and superior experience with Microsoft Office software. College level academic advising experience is strongly preferred. Experience with university technology and systems such as Genisys, Banner, and Blackboard are preferred. Candidate must have a heart for the personal, spiritual, and professional development of students; be able to maintain confidentiality; have excellent people and communication skills; be able to provide service in a professional manner; be well organized; be able to manage multiple tasks and details; and be a motivated self-starter with a strong work ethic.

 

On-Campus Student Positions

Last updated: July 30, 2015

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CAS: Science, Technology and Mathematics Dept. Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will assist the Lab Manager and Department Chair)
Posted: 7/20/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Internet, Blackboard, and E-mail technology
  • Possess writing and editing skills commensurate with the needs of the Department Chair
  • Understanding of and commitment to the mission of Regent University and the College of Arts and Sciences
  • At least a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
  • Person accepting this position will be required to take an online safety course for safety certification.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the preparation and clean of labs as requested by Dept. Chair and Lab Manager
  • Answer incoming phone calls and offer assistance to office visitors and students
  • Update lab supplies inventory
  • Conduct safety equipment tests
  • Update book inventory by receiving, verifying, documenting, and shelving textbooks and desk copies
  • Update course syllabi in Blackboard
  • Audit Blackboard courses for quality
  • Archive and file course syllabi
  • Other duties as assigned

Additional Comments: Complete staff employment application. Send updated resume to Dr. Patricia Lutz.

Pay: $9 per hour

Hours: 15 per week


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CAS Dean's Office: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will provide assistance and support for the CAS Dean's Office.)
Posted: 7/9/2015

Position Requirements:

Qualifications: 1. Education: 2. Bachelor's degree required.

  • Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, Internet, etc.)
  • Proven track record with excellent customer service
  • Strong oral and telephone communication skills required.
  • Good understanding of process management and keen ability for problem solving
  • Experience with university technology such as Blackboard, Genysis and Banner – preferred 3. Personal Characteristics:
  • Must share the vision and mission of Regent University and the College of Arts and Sciences
  • Must have excellent people and communication skills; demonstrate good interpersonal and collaborative skills with all faculty, staff, and students
  • Must possess good listening skills
  • Must possess a high degree of maturity when dealing with confidential matters
  • Must be well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details
  • Must be resourceful, able to work independently and able to take initiative in problem solving
  • Must be a motivated self-starter and be able to prioritize effectively
  • Must be professional and courteous and maintain professional office attire
  • Be detail-oriented and work with a high level of accuracy.
  • Ability to perform routine tasks and produce an accurate work product.
  • Superior commitment to customer service in a fast-paced environment.
  • Christ-like behavior and a high degree of professionalism.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to FERPA regulations.
  • Self-motivated and self-disciplined.
  • Ability to work with limited supervision.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assist with phone reception and walk-in traffic.
  • Assist with clerical duties as assigned.
  • Prepare and file student forms according to established regulations and filing procedures.
  • Scan files to add to an electronic database.
  • Discreetly handle and deliver confidential information to other departments.

Pay: $9 per hour

Hours: 10-20 per week


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CAS Admissions: Student Worker (Undergraduate Student)
(Position will serve as tour guide, overnight host, and support for special events)
Posted: 5/1/2015

Position Requirements:

  • A sincere desire to introduce prospective students to the Regent campus and the many opportunities available at Regent
  • Have a flexible schedule
  • Dependable, prompt, hard-working and able to take direction
  • At least one semester of experience at Regent University
  • Articulate, welcoming, hospitable, and able to think on your feet

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide tours to potential Regent students
  • Host students overnight when the opportunity arises
  • Help out during Special Events on campus and fill in where needed
  • Capable of multi-tasking and working in a team environment

Additional Comments: This Application is only open to those who have completed the Regent Connect Tour Guide application, and have been contacted by Visit Coordinator, Delia Fobbs. If you have any questions, please contact Delia Fobbs, at dfobbs@regent.edu.

Pay: $8 per hour

Hours: 20-25 per week


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College of Arts & Sciences: Student Worker (Undergraduate Student)
(Position will serve as Administrative, Marketing and Logistics Assistant)
Posted: 3/25/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Able to work with MS Office (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint)
  • Able to organize and prioritize their work to meet deadlines
  • High level of accuracy and excellent attention to detail
  • Dependable, hard-working and able to take direction
  • Learn quickly and enjoy having a large variety of task
  • Experience planning events and/or working on multi-phased long-term projects (preferred)
  • Current Regent University student in good standing

Position Responsibilities:

  • Draft and send mass communications to students, such as the Regent Undergraduate News (RUN)
  • Help create and facilitate promotional plans for orientation events like SOAR, Campus Connection, and Transfer Days
  • Provide insight from a student's perspective on orientation programming and activities
  • Respond accurately to in-person, phone and email inquiries from students in a professional manner
  • Prepare and send postcard and other mailings to students
  • Maintain and organize an inventory of all supplies
  • Assist the Student Engagement staff with other projects as needed

Pay: $8.00 per hour

Hours: 10-25 hours per week

Contact: Please complete the student job application on the Human Resources website.


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Dean's Office Associate Editor: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student) or Student Worker (Undergraduate Student)
Posted: 7/21/2015

Position Requirements:

The Daily Runner is the multimedia online student publication of the Journalism Department at Regent University's School of Communication & the Arts (SCA). Students from throughout Regent University are invited to participate in writing and creating content for the publication. The positions of Senior Editor and Managing Editor are primarily reserved for students enrolled in the SCA Journalism program.

Position Responsibilities:

The associate editor will assist the senior editor in recruiting and working with student staff writers, providing supervision for assigned sections of the publication, providing editing and posting supervision and support to staff writers, writing regularly for the publication, and supporting the senior editor in all assigned areas to insure a high quality publication. The specific, detailed duties of the associate editor will be determined and assigned by the senior/managing editor. The associate editor is expected to engage in 10-15 hours a week of work for the publication, as assigned and it is a paid position.

Additional Comments: Position available to on campus & distance students.

Application Instructions: Submit a required online application at www.regent.edu/admin/hr/app/HRApp.cfm. If you have worked for the university in the past year you do not need to submit an application. Send resume & cover letter to Margie Ackerman at mackerman@regent.edu. Positions need to be filled August 2015.

Pay: TBD

Hours: 10-15 per week


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Dean's Office Managing Editor: Student Worker (Undergraduate Student) or Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
Posted: 7/21/2015

Position Requirements:

The Daily Runner is the multimedia online student publication of the Journalism Department at Regent University's School of Communication & the Arts (SCA). Students from throughout Regent University are invited to participate in writing and creating content for the publication. The positions of Senior Editor and Managing Editor are primarily reserved for students enrolled in the SCA Journalism program.

Position Responsibilities:

The associate editor will assist the senior editor in recruiting and working with student staff writers, providing supervision for assigned sections of the publication, providing editing and posting supervision and support to staff writers, writing regularly for the publication, and supporting the senior editor in all assigned areas to insure a high quality publication. The specific, detailed duties of the associate editor will be determined and assigned by the senior/managing editor. The associate editor is expected to engage in 10-15 hours a week of work for the publication, as assigned and it is a paid position.

Additional Comments: Position available to on campus & distance students.

Application Instructions: Submit a required online application at www.regent.edu/admin/hr/app/HRApp.cfm. If you have worked for the university in the past year you do not need to submit an application. Send resume & cover letter to Margie Ackerman at mackerman@regent.edu. Positions need to be filled August 2015.

Pay: TBD

Hours: 20 per week


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Enrollment Management: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as support to Welcome Center)
Posted: 2/9/2015

Position Requirements:

  • High school graduate required, some college desired
  • Minimum of six months in a clerical or public contact position in a business environment
  • Typing (40 wpm), Microsoft Word, Excel spreadsheets, Access databases, calculator
  • Warm, welcoming, well spoken, willing to be interrupted constantly, detail-oriented, diligent, highly motivated, excellent communication skills and the ability to deal effectively with students, employees and the general public
  • Have the ability to prioritize tasks and maintain a high standard of excellence
  • Be a personable representative of Regent University

Position Responsibilities:

  • Serve guests in the Welcome Center, serve as a support to Welcome Center Coordinator
  • Schedule appointments, manage visits, and connect walk-in guests with admissions counselors and or tour guides
  • Act as a key operator at the information desk providing direction and customer service to all in dealing with the day-to-day activities and special events of the University, as well as the University's Enrollment Management Department
  • Training would include use of the following CMS visit log, Grad Visit inbox, ISS, updating Banner, TV screen and events registrations
  • Additional Responsibilities:
    • Be an Expert in Customer Service being the first point of contact for Prospects, Guests and VIPs
    • Enjoy Interruptions-distractions
    • Phone calls
    • Support admissions appointments
    • Coordinate connections for campus tours
    • Provide information for events
    • Provide directions/maps
    • Provide direction and customer service to visitors, prospective students, current students and staff
    • Coordinate with ADM Facilities regarding room reservations
    • Provide back-up support to Events Coordinator and Director of Enrollment Management events
    • Support room reservation calendar including spaces reserved by Administrative Services, all student organization events as part of the approval process, as well as all contracted work facilitated by Facilities
    • Communicate all scheduled event dates/details to the University Events Calendar administrator
    • Serve as a backup administrator for the Events Calendar
    • Manage Refreshment center and university materials in Reception area
    • Purchase and maintain coffee and supplies
    • Keep area clean, neat and inviting Organizational Relationships

Pay: $9.00 per hour

Hours: 20 hours per week

Contact: Please complete the student job application on the Human Resources website. Please send questions and resume to Laurie Ann Finn; lfinn@regent.edu.


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Facilities & Engineering: Graduate Assistant or Student Worker
(Position will serve as a general laborer)
Posted: 01/07/2013

Position details:

  • Possess skills in or be willing to learn the following trades: painting, carpentry, fields of electricity, and mechanics
  • Have a servant's heart, a desire to learn, and be a self-starter

Pay: $9 per hour

Hours: 20 per week

Contact: Please email your resume to Kim Hegwer at khegwer@regent.edu, stating why you would be a good fit for this position. All applicants must complete an employment application located at the top of this page.


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Graduate Enrollment Management: Graduate Assistant or Student Worker
(Position will serve as clerical support and recruiting support for Admissions Teams)
Posted: 6/18/2014

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Ability to communicate in a clear, effective manner
  • Able to follow instructions and work with a team
  • Self-motivated to successfully complete a work schedule and tasks with limited supervision
  • Ability to learn quickly to work carefully and accurately at various tasks involving detail
  • Willingness to adhere to agreed upon work schedules

Position Responsibilities:

  • Graduate assistants for the Enrollment Management team will support the recruiting and admissions staff for the graduate schools with clerical work as well as with direct contact with prospective students
  • Opportunities to tell 'your Regent story' about what brought you to Regent and how your experience as a student has been thus far
  • Must be capable of multi-tasking, working in a team environment, and have extraordinary customer service skills
  • Candidates should be excited about the Regent mission to train Christian Leaders to Change the World and be willing to share that enthusiasm with students via phone, email and at special events

Additional Comments: Interested in candidates who are willing to work over the summer and occasionally over term breaks. Willing to be reasonably flexible during finals weeks and other peak academic dates.

Pay: $9 per hour

Hours: 20

Contact: Please submit online application and send a resume and cover letter to hr@regent.edu.


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Media Services: Graduate Assistant/Student Worker
(Position will serve as technical support)
Posted: 5/29/2014

Position Requirements:

  • Strong customer service and teamwork skills
  • Be detail-oriented and work with a high level of accuracy
  • Moderate technological knowledge
  • Experience running audio equipment and cameras
  • Be dependable, hard-working, and able to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products (i.e. Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, Access)
  • Experience operating sound boards is preferred

Position Responsibilities:

  • Setting up and operating a variety of audio and video equipment
  • Operating a variety of different video cameras
  • Work with video/audio editing software
  • Work at University classes and events
  • Documenting and logging completed tasks
  • Assisting teachers and students with classroom technology
  • Maintaining A/V equipment throughout the University
  • Able to occasionally lift 40-50lbs.

Pay: $9 per hour

Hours: varies

Contact: Submit University Employment Application online. Email your resume to Media Services at avmedia@regent.edu stating why you would be a good fit for this position. Have the email subject line read: MEDIA SERVICES STUDENT WORKER APPLICATION.


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Regent C.A.R.E.S.: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student) or Student Worker (Undergraduate Student)
(Position will serve as Phone Support)
Posted: 5/19/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Candidates should have experience providing customer service
  • Ability to meet and exceed goals
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to serve as team player yet be self-motivated and able to work independently
  • Strong desire to help people
  • Ability to work flexible evening and night hours
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks and details
  • Ability to be resourceful and take initiative in problem solving

Position Responsibilities:

  • Respond to the requests of students and perspective students via phones
  • Responsible for acquiring and maintaining a thorough knowledge of Regent University, providing students with in depth information about graduate and undergraduate program options, tuition rates, credit hours, loan inquiries, campus tour scheduling, password recovery, application checklists, transcript requests and various other student-identified needs
  • Able to perform basic processing and troubleshooting tasks associated with Regent's Blackboard and Genisys applications.
  • This position will at times require the Support Center Representative to move beyond answering students' school related questions and adopt a compassionate and supportive interactive approach with students who are exhibiting signs of emotional stress.
  • Able to provide such students with appropriate resources and contact information for professional counseling assistance.

Additional Comments: This position will provide key support for the Regent C.A.R.E.S. (Communication and Response for Every Student) department. Regent C.A.R.E.S. is a 24/7 support and information center dedicated to providing Regent University students and prospective students with exceptional customer service in the areas of IT support for current students, admissions and application questions for applying students, recruitment data entry, providing students with emotional encouragement and resources and contact information for professional counseling support.

Pay: $8.00 per hour

Hours: 20 hours per week

Contact: Please complete the employment application on the Human Resources website.


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School of Divinity: Teaching Assistant (TA), Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
Posted: 7/29/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Passionate for the Great Commission
  • Current School of Divinity PhD or DMin student
  • Excellent research skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently
  • Experience of using e-learning and multi-media tools, e.g. Blackboard, Microsoft office
  • Willing to work 5 hours/week
  • Punctual
  • Task oriented

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assist with organization of classes in Blackboard
  • Provide support for on-line courses on Blackboard
  • Provide research support including literature reviews and proof reading
  • Provide administrative support
  • Grade assignments
  • Conduct research
  • Other duties as requested

Application Instructions: Complete the online application and forward your resume and cover letter to victcua@regent.edu. If you are interested, please contact me ASAP. Blessings, Dr Cuartas.

Pay: $8.50 per hour

Hours: 5 per week


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School of Divinity: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as a graduate assistant for Dr. Wright)
Posted: 7/23/2015

Position Requirements:

  • During the fall term, he or she will assist with the NT Greek I course, in particular, grading quizzes and workbook assignments
  • He or she will be able to assist with course management on Blackboard.
  • He or she will verify Course Reading Reports for the two Synoptic Gospels courses (this will be explained)
  • He or she will carry out research for various writing projects when needed.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Must be self-motivated and be willing and able to work with specific deadlines.
  • Must be familiar with the operation of Blackboard and Collaborate.
  • Must be familiar with the university library and be able to use the ATLA Religion Database.
  • Must have reading knowledge of NT Greek.
  • Preferred (although not a must) familiarity with Second Temple Period Jewish Literature.

Additional Instructions: Complete staff employment application. Send updated resume to Dr. Archie Wright @ awright@regent.edu. We will contact you should we have any questions or would like to schedule an interview.

Pay: $9 per hour

Hours: 7 per week


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School of Education: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student) or Student Worker (Undergraduate Student)
(Position will provide administrative support to Special Ed program)
Posted: 7/30/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills
  • Strong attention to detail with high level of accuracy
  • Ability to do research as assigned
  • Excellent customer service skills in the office and over the phone
  • Ability to organize, prioritize and complete multiple assignments in a timely manner
  • Ability to work autonomously with discretion
  • Ability to work well with others (team player attitude)

Position Responsibilities:

  • Work directly with the Placement Coordinator and Special Education program chair
  • Work with Placement Coordinator to set-up Placements
  • Support the hiring of internship supervisors
  • Coordinate and assign supervisors to students
  • Coordinate and execute the Internship Meet and Greets each semester
  • Support monthly meetings with intern supervisors to review & address concerns
  • Coordinates expense reports and contracts for mentors

Pay: $10 per hour

Hours: 25 per week


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Student Services: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student) or Student Worker (Undergraduate Student)
(Position will serve as Shuttle Driver)
Posted: 1/20/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Valid Driver's License
  • Clean driving record for past 3 years
  • Friendly Personality
  • Independent, responsible, and self-motivated

Position Responsibilities:

  • Drive the University Shuttles in a safe and reliable manner
  • Assist with the regular maintenance of the shuttles

Additional Comments: In addition to covering the regular shuttle schedule on campus, the drivers also provide transportation for off-campus events on occasion. These special occasions pay at a rate of $10 per hour.

Pay: $7.50 per hour

Hours: 5-10 hours per week

Contact: Please complete the student job application on the Human Resources website.


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Undergraduate Enrollment Management: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as Clerical Support and Recruiting Support)
Posted: 3/4/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Ability to communicate in a clear, effective manner
  • Able to follow instructions and work with a team
  • Self-motivated to successfully complete a work schedule and tasks with limited supervision
  • Ability to learn quickly to work carefully and accurately at various tasks involving detail
  • Willingness to adhere to agree upon work schedules

Position Responsibilities:

  • Graduate assistants for the Enrollment Management team will support the recruiting and admissions staff for the College of Arts and Sciences non-traditional population with clerical work as well as with direct contact with prospective students
  • Opportunities to tell 'your Regent story' about what brought you to Regent and how your experience as a student has been thus far
  • Must be capable of multi-tasking, working in a team environment, and have extraordinary customer service skills
  • Candidates should be excited about the Regent mission to train Christian Leaders to Change the World and be willing to share that enthusiasm with students via phone, email and at special events

Additional Comments: Interested in candidates who are willing to work into the summer and occasionally over term breaks. Willing to be reasonably flexible during finals weeks and other peak academic dates.

Pay: $9.00/hour

Hours: 20 hours per week

Contact: Please complete the student job application on the Human Resources website. Please send a resume and cover letter to treid@regent.edu.


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University Advising: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as Advising Help Desk Support)
Posted: 6/2/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree required
  • Must currently be enrolled in Regent University graduate program
  • Experience with office records systems
  • Excellent customer service and organization skills
  • Demonstrated ability to handle a variety of tasks in a professional manner
  • Proficiency in MS Office programs, such as Word, Excel, and Power Point
  • Ability to learn Banner, Discoverer, Blackboard, Genisys, and Outlook functions
  • Demonstrate a professional and courteous manner with all students, visitors and staff
  • Good interpersonal and collaborative skills
  • Energetic and welcoming personality
  • Work independently and take initiative in solving problems
  • Proactively communicate with the staff and faculty as a representative of the Department of University Advising
  • Possess an ability to balance people and tasks
  • Maintain professional office attire
  • Abides by work policies established by Human Resources and by University Advising
  • Prompt and available to perform duties during scheduled hours
  • Available to work at least one evening to assist with office's extended hours.

Position Responsibilities:

  • To provide outstanding support and service to the students and University Advising staff
  • Serve as a first point of contact for disseminating and communicating Tier 1 advising information
  • Screen, respond to, and/or refer all incoming telephone calls and chats in a cordial, professional and discreet business manner
  • Greet and assist students and other visitors
  • Process incoming email, mail and faxes; assist in preparing outgoing mail
  • Participate in call campaigns and proactively communicate advising information to students
  • Maintain excellent communication and relationships with POCs in the central offices such as Admissions, Financial Aid, Business Office, and Registrar; as well as, with Academic Departments and Academic Advisors
  • Manage, organize and maintain administrative "hard copy" and electronic records, according to prescribed policies with periodic evaluation of effectiveness.
  • Type, print, and disseminate letters, emails, and reports as needed
  • Assist the Advising Support Manager and Advising Assistants with tasks and projects as needed to accomplish the Advising Communication/Work Plan/Administrative tasks
  • Effectively and accurately use Banner and Discoverer reports to complete assigned tasks
  • Effectively use Outlook, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel to complete assigned tasks
  • Possess a high degree of maturity when dealing with confidential matters and adhere to all FERPA regulations.

Additional Comments: Critical features of this job may be subject to change at any time, due to reasonable accommodation or other reason.

Pay: $9.00 per hour

Hours: 20 hours per week

Contact: Please complete the student job application on the Human Resources website.


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University Writing Center: Student Worker (Undergraduate Student) or Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as a tutor)
Posted: 7/6/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree with strong writing component, or enrollment in a program (major) with a strong writing component requirement
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, particularly Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
  • Ability to receive instructions and follow through with projects and tasks
  • Exemplary written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with research-based writing in a higher-level academic setting
  • Ability to learn new methods and skills for serving others
  • Professional, Christian demeanor and dress
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to work with little supervision while maintaining department goals and objectives

Position Responsibilities:

  • The Writing Center Coach's primary duty will be to support Regent students, faculty, and staff with their writing through individual coaching sessions; additionally, the WC Coach will provide administrative support for Writing Center and Academic Writing Seminar as needed. Essential functions:
  • Tutoring Regent University students (undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral) in academic composition through methods established by the WC Director and the Department of Language and Literature
  • Tutoring faculty, staff, and Regent alumni (as approved by the Director) with Regent related writing needs
  • Completing coaching reports after each session with university clientele Additional Responsibilities:
  • Responding to UWC email and phone inquiries as soon as possible, and no later than 24 hours
  • Assisting with the scheduling of WC appointments as needed
  • Assisting with UWC workshops and presentations as needed
  • Assisting with UWC Virtual Writing Center Blackboard forums as needed, including holding virtual WC appointments with the Regent community via Blackboard Collaborate
  • Assisting with UWC open-houses and marketing events as needed

Additional Instructions: After submitting the student job application on the Human Resources site, send your resume along with a cover letter and academic writing sample to writing@regent.edu with the subject line "Application for Writing Coach." Applicants will be required to complete a Grammar and Diagnostic test before being interviewed.

Pay: $10 per hour

Hours: 15 per week


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