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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.

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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.

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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
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Faculty Positions

Last updated: February 23, 2015

Application Submission

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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


ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR – SPECIAL EDUCATION / READING SPECIALIST
School of Education

The School of Education is seeking an Assistant / Associate Professor in the area of Special Education / Reading Specialist for Regent University's main campus in Virginia Beach, VA. This position will provide leadership in developing, evaluating, and maintaining curriculum in special education and reading specialist; teach the assigned special education & reading specialist courses for graduate students; serve as a university supervisor for the special education & reading specialist internship experiences; participate in marketing, recruiting, and public relations events, including events with students and alumni, as needed; and conduct research and publishes in professional journals according to a research agenda. Expectations include a commitment to teaching, skill in administration, facility with online instructional technology, emerging scholarship, experience in professional development, and a commitment to Christ-centered teaching and learning. Candidate must have a minimum of five years' successful teaching experience at the elementary (K-6) level; 18 graduate credits in special education or reading specialist; and a doctorate in a related field. Candidate with previous higher education and publication experience is preferred; Experience with university technology such as Blackboard, Genisys, and Banner is preferred; familiarity with state licensure regulations and requirements is preferred; and a current Virginia teaching license is preferred. To apply complete the online faculty application available at http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty and forward a cover letter, a statement of Christian faith, and a current vita to:

  • Regent University
    School of Education
    Attn: Katie Goldman, Director of Academic Services
    1000 Regent University Drive, ADM 207
    Virginia Beach, VA 23464


FACULTY POSITION – EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
School of Education

Regent University School of Education is seeking a full-time faculty member for its Educational Leadership program. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to: teaching courses and supervising internships at the graduate level, online and/or face to face communication with students, and working cooperatively with area public and private schools. Candidate must have an earned doctorate in Educational Administration or related field and a record of teaching at the college level. Candidate must have excellent communication skills and prior experience as a school administrator. Prior experience at the principal level or above is preferred. Demonstration of scholarly activity in the form of professional publications is preferred as well. To apply please complete the online faculty application available at http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty and forward a cover letter, a statement of Christian faith, and a current vita to:

  • Regent University
    School of Education
    Attn: Katie Goldman, Director of Academic Services
    1000 Regent University Drive, ADM 207
    Virginia Beach, VA 23464


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


ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Organizational Leadership/Management/Business

Regent University's School of Business & Leadership is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure-track faculty position commencing August 2014. This individual will teach online courses primarily in the Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership program. However, the successful candidate may also teach in any of the other programs offered at the School of Business & Leadership: the Doctor of Strategic Leadership, the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and the Master of Business Administration. The position requires doctoral-level training in organizational behavior, organizational leadership, management, human resources, research, and data analysis. The position is located at Regent University's campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualified applicants must have an earned doctorate in organizational leadership, management or organizational behavior. Earned doctorates in related fields may be considered. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship and peer-reviewed publication, and experience with online instructional technology. The mission of Regent University 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. Applications will be received and evaluated until the position is filled. Candidates must complete the faculty application, which is available online at www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also submit a letter of interest, transcripts, curriculum vita, and a brief statement regarding their Christian experience and philosophy of education in relation to faith integration. To be considered for this position, photocopies of transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment. In addition, letters of support from three referees should be sent to the postal address listed below or emailed to ethewhi@regent.edu. NOTE: Letters of support should come directly from the referees, not from the applicant. All materials mentioned above can be submitted electronically in PDF or Microsoft Word format to Ethel White (ethewhi@regent.edu).

  • SBL Faculty Search Committee
    c/o Ethel White
    Office of the Dean
    School of Business & Leadership
    Regent University
    1000 Regent University Drive, CRB 257
    Virginia Beach, VA 23464
    Email: ethewhi@regent.edu



The Robertson School of GovernmentNo positions available at this time.

 

 

School of Law — No positions available at this time.

 

School of Psychology & Counseling


FACULTY POSITION
School of Psychology & Counseling

The School of Psychology and Counseling at Regent University is seeking to fill a faculty position within the Counseling Department. This role would teach courses and advise and supervise CACREP Masters & Ph.D. students in clinical counseling, research, and service. Candidate must have an earned doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision (or meet the CACREP grandfathering clause as an experienced Counselor Education Professor with a Ph.D. in a related program). Candidate must demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills; ability to conduct and publish research; ability to work collaboratively; demonstrate knowledge and experience of expressing issues of diversity; demonstrate activity and involvement in professional organizations; and ability to integrate faith and learning. Experience in university teaching and knowledge and interest in e-learning and emerging instructional technology is required. Regent University is a growing university located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, offering a variety of traditional graduate programs with specialty accreditation as well as nationally ranked quality online education programs. Applicants should send a letter of interest and vita to Dr. William Hathaway at willhat@regent.edu, and complete the University application at www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. A teaching portfolio and interview may be requested at a later point in the process.


FACULTY POSITION/PROGRAM DIRECTOR
School of Psychology & Counseling

The School of Psychology and Counseling at Regent University is seeking applicants for a new Master of Science in General Psychology program director and tenure line faculty member. The program is scheduled to begin Fall 2015 and will be offered entirely online. Applicants with a doctoral degree in any area of general psychology, such as cognitive, experimental, or social psychology are particularly desired for the position. Applicants with a doctoral degree in clinical psychology who are productive in psychological science are also welcome to apply. Duties will include setting a vision for Christian integration in psychology, supervision of adjunct faculty, course design, teaching, assessment and quality control of courses, and student advising. The program director will work closely with the School's doctoral faculty in clinical psychology and the undergraduate psychology department. Regent University is a growing university located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, offering a variety of traditional graduate programs with specialty accreditation as well as nationally ranked quality online education programs. Applicants should send a letter of interest and vita to Dr. William Hathaway at willhat@regent.edu, and complete the University application at www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. A teaching portfolio and interview may be requested at a later point in the process.


FACULTY POSITION
Counseling Department
School of Psychology and Counseling

The Counseling Department in Regent University's School of Psychology and Counseling is accepting applications for a tenure-track faculty position (rank open). The department is seeking faculty to teach in both the master's and doctoral-level counseling programs accredited by CACREP. We seek persons who can integrate the Christian faith with the counseling profession in an ethical and competent manner while the positions balance teaching, research, and service. A doctorate in Counselor Education or closely related field with a clearly established counselor identity is required. Applicants who are licensed or license-eligible, graduates of a CACREP program, and who have clinical counseling experience are highly desired. There is particular interest in hiring a faculty member to enhance the school counseling program and/or contribute in the areas of children/adolescents, addictions and marriage and family counseling. Applicants adding to the diversity of the faculty are encouraged to apply. Applicants should complete the faculty application available at www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Email cover letter and curriculum vita to Mrs. Lynnette Harris, Academic Services Manager, at lynnhar@regent.edu. This is a nine-month tenure track position with a possible separate summer contract. This position will be housed at the main university campus in Virginia Beach, VA. It is subject to budgetary approval. The counseling department is housed in the School of Psychology and Counseling. It offers CACREP programs in Community/CMHC and School Counseling (both on-line and face to face) and an online Ph.D. in Counseling Education and Supervision which is also CACREP accredited. The Ph.D. program is the only CACREP doctoral program to be offered completely within a distance format. Faculty and students are active participants in ACA, ACES and other National, Regional and State organizations. The programs draw students from around the country and around the world to develop their counselor identity and skill set within the context of a Christian paradigm and worldview. It is required for faculty to contribute the Christian mission of the university and the department.

 

College of Arts & Sciences

 


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in Theology/Church History. Areas of emphasis should include Patristics and/or Reformational Studies. A strong record of research and successful undergraduate teaching are preferred. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience in online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in Psychology. Area of specialty is open; preference given to candidates who have strong research and academic background in physiological, cognitive, and developmental aspects of behavior. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF NURSING
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications include an earned 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. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LEADERSHIP
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications include an earned doctorate in leadership or management. Earned doctorates in related fields may be considered. Preference will be given to candidates with industry experience. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in Healthcare Management or Health Administration. Earned doctorate in a closely related field may be considered. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in the healthcare management field. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH & DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY WRITING CENTER
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. The position is located at the Virginia Beach, VA campus. Qualified applicants must have an earned Ph.D. in English and experience in writing center administration. Preferred area of specialty is Composition, Rhetoric, and/or Professional Writing. Candidates should have the ability to teach freshman composition courses and upper-level writing courses. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CYBERSECURITY
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Software Engineering. Earned doctorate in closely related fields may be considered. Preference will be given to candidates with security expert work experience and/or knowledge of or experience with Department of Homeland Security regulations. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. 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. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF COMMUNICATION
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in Communication. Earned doctorates in related fields may be considered. Experience in the discipline is preferred. Candidates will be teaching primarily on-campus, core courses, such as communication theory, organizational communication, and ethics. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRY
College of Arts and Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill two full-time, tenure track faculty position. The positions will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications: an earned Ph.D. in Christian Ministry preferred. Areas of emphasis should include a strong research and academic background in homiletics and/or youth ministry or mission and/or liturgy. Candidates with D.Min. may be considered. Preference will be given to candidates who have a minimum of five years of full-time church ministry experience. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS WITH ACCOUNTING/ FINANCE EXPERTISE
College of Arts & Sciences

Regent University's College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position. The position will be located at the Regent University campus in Virginia Beach, VA. Qualifications: an earned Ph.D. in Business or D.B.A. with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in Accounting is preferred. Candidates with an earned doctorate in Finance or an MBA meeting the 18 earned semester hours in accounting requirement may be considered. Experience in the discipline is preferred. Certified as a CPA is a plus. Candidates will be asked to teach a combination of Accounting and Finance courses on-campus and online. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship, the ability to teach undergraduate level courses, and experience with online instructional technology. Other characteristics of a successful applicant include a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, an active commitment to Christian service, and a willingness to enthusiastically embrace the College and University Identity and Mission statements. Applicants must subscribe to a statement of Christian faith. Appointment will begin August 2015. Candidates should visit http://www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty to complete the online application. Please forward a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Dr. Donna Holcomb at casfacultyapps@regent.edu. Photocopies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application for consideration. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment.


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.


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Staff Positions

Last updated: February 25, 2015

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ADMISSIONS CONSULTANT
Enrollment Management

(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.

 

ADVISING ASSISTANT
College of Arts & Sciences

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.

 

DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR STUDENT HAPPINESS
Student Services

This position will work cooperatively with students, staff and faculty to improve student satisfaction, engagement, retention, and success and serve as a positive and helpful resource to prospective and current students, colleagues, families, and the general public. This position will build on successful efforts of individual schools to maximize retention rates; assist "at risk" students in accessing campus and community resources and conduct outreach activities to assist students of concern; provide information and referral resources on and off campus; provide general advising to individual students, in support of their regular academic advisors; clarify educational goals and career calling/selection; connect students with peers for support, encouragement, and accountability; and provide accurate information to students about college programs, policies, and resources. This position will be responsible for oversight and management of the staff of the center, each of who will be in frequent contact with approximately 500 students, both on campus and distance; work with Regent University staff and systems to insure retention outcomes are targeted and measured; train upper-class students as peer-mentors and connect and supervise with first year students; provide on-line group coaching sessions to align students' academic experience with their life purpose and dreams to retain high motivation; target on-going prayer for individual personal needs during first year; oversee "Academic Success" on-line webinars, small groups, and coaches during first year; assist them in finding and nurturing "3-Christian friends" in first 30 days and evaluate every 3 months for health and progress in Support, Encouragement, and Accountability; incorporate the function of Regent C.A.R.E.S. into the operation of the Center and streamline the functions of outbound and inbound calls; assist with RUBIT (Regent University Behavioral Intervention Team) responses to early warning and retention cases on a daily basis; make appropriate referrals to necessary resources within the institution and to community agencies; communicate with students on access to community and other student resources; assist students in communicating to academic personnel for selecting and registering for courses; conduct individual strategic planning sessions with prospective students during recruitment visits; assist in conducting presentations on general Regent University advising during group visits; and assist in the delivery of orientation programs for new students. Some evening and weekend hours may be required. A master's degree in college or university student services, communications, educational leadership, or related field is required. Experience working with college students, particularly students studying online and understanding of coaching models and best practices in retention is required. Candidate with strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team is required. Basic computer skills in word processing, data base management, mainframe usage and Internet usage is also required. Candidate must be able to provide outstanding customer service and will serve as a positive representative of the university and the student services division with the goal of improving student learning, retention, engagement and success. Candidate must possess a solid working knowledge of college student development, including the needs of diverse learners, and student services in general; possess administrative expertise and systems oversight knowledge; have a functional knowledge of the student database, Word, Excel, Power Point, and other commonly used computer programs; be able to work efficiently, effectively, and independently in an environment with regular interruption; work collaboratively with others in the department and across campus; and be able to welcome, value, and nurture people of all backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences, as well as support and promote an environment that accepts differences.

 

FINANCIAL AID PROCESSING COUNSELOR
Central Financial Aid

The position supports the day to day operations of the Central Financial Aid Office by providing excellent customer service to students. There are two openings, one will be responsible for assisting the Awarding Coordinator in processing the awarding and management of the financial aid process, inclusive of institutional, state, and federal awards; and the other opening will be responsible for the processing of the return of funds documentation. The person employed in this position should have excellent communication and organizational skills. Applicant should be knowledgeable of, and capable in the use of financial aid processing systems and related technologies. The employee must be able to comprehend, interpret, and apply institutional, federal and state regulations and university policies related to financial aid, and be able to regularly exercise professional judgment. The Counselor must be able to accurately, efficiently and effectively perform pertinent duties in a high volume environment and to ensure that the office functions in a consistently smooth manner. Due to the nature of the work required for this position, the employee will expect to work a schedule as defined by the supervisor, and hours necessary to accomplish the tasks, goals, and objectives of the department, including overtime, weekend assignments, and/or travel. This position will counsel prospective and enrolled students on al aspects of financial aid, to include financial management and budgeting practices as appropriate; assist in the quality assurance efforts of the department, to include internal auditing of awards and student eligibility on a routine and systematic basis; attains and maintains knowledge of major programs in order to establish appropriate administrative procedures to ensure the proper processing and documentation of awards; disseminates information regarding Central Financial Aid programs including loan, scholarship, and grant programs; coordinates student progress and eligibility in accordance with established University Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards for financial aid purposes. Candidate must have Bachelor’s degree in administration, communication, business, higher education, public policy, or an appropriate student services/higher education-related field; a master’s degree is preferred. Candidate must have strong administrative background, to include regular use of computer systems and software. Prior financial aid experience is strongly preferred, including use of automated financial aid systems, especially SunGard/SCT Banner. Candidate must be proficient with Microsoft software applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), and other uses of computers and related technologies. Candidate must have strong interpersonal communication skills, including ability to interact effectively as a liaison in diverse relationships with various parties within and external to the university. Candidate must demonstrate a strong command of the English language, both verbally and written; including well-developed public presentation skills and willingness to utilize these skills. Candidate must be able to work with people in a counseling role and customer service role. Candidate must be detail-oriented; goal-oriented; be able to calculate accurately using basic math concepts with a clear understanding of the uses of percentages/ratios/proration, etc.; be able to spend extended periods of productive time conducting business on the telephone and/or utilizing a computer keyboard while viewing the computer screen; be a self-starter; exhibit initiative and a genuine concern for the well-being of students; able to work independently and a team member; and enjoy working in a complex, fast-paced office that demands accuracy, adaptability, dependability, flexibility, and productivity.

 

MEDIA SERVICES TECHNICIAN
Media Services

This position’s primary responsibility is the delivery, set up, tear down, and first level maintenance of all university classrooms' AV equipment; and serves as part of a team of technicians responsible for University Chapels, special events, and the allocation and deployment of AV equipment from Media Services central office. This position will assign audio and camera operators as needed; provide training of Media Services student employees; oversee live event video production services; serve as director for multi-camera recordings of high-profile events; video production and lighting experience is preferred, especially in the area of multi-camera directing; assist faculty, staff, and students in the proper use of audiovisual equipment and systems in technology-equipped rooms when required; provide timely on-call help to professors having problems with their A/V equipment; and provide support for the AV Systems Engineer by completing maintenance projects. Candidate must have a minimum of 1 to 3 years hands-on experience using standard audiovisual equipment: including sound, video, film, and personal computers, preferably in an academic or related environment (3 to 5 years of this experience is preferred). Candidate must be able to demonstrate practical experience equivalent to certification requirements; formal training with industry certification (ICIA CTS or equivalent) is preferred. Candidate must be familiar with simple audio and video editing processes and workflow; be able to use standard word processing & spreadsheet software for reports, graphics and statistics; be able and willing to work nights and weekends when required; be able to demonstrate strong skills in punctuality, reliability, and attention to detail; be able to communicate effectively and work cooperatively with other people; be able to lift equipment of 50-75lbs; and be able to plan and organize own work with limited supervision. Ability to demonstrate basic knowledge of web design-related programming is preferred.

 

DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & RETENTION
School of Law

This position will execute and oversee events, programs, communications, and other functions impacting law student engagement and retention. This position will collect, analyze, and interpret relevant data and communicate the appropriate information to faculty, student life personnel, staff, faculty committees, administrative committees, and administrators to support the process of making informed and wise decisions regarding law student engagement, success, and retention; research and lead the implementation of best practices and innovative solutions to enhance student success, engagement, and retention for Regent Law's MA students; promote integrated learning across students' curricular and co-curricular learning experiences, including through the use of on-campus and online events and programs; consult with individual academic and administrative departments regarding policies, practices, and procedures that influence student success; cooperate with faculty, deans, Office of the Registrar, student life, admissions, and cabinet-level administrators to recommend systems and processes that enable offices and departments to communicate effectively regarding students at risk of not persisting, making academic progress, or graduating; serve as a "go-to" staff member for law students in procuring the resources needed for academic and curricular success; and assist in planning and executing online and on-campus orientations for incoming students. A bachelor's degree is required; a master's is preferred. Candidate must demonstrate an understanding of academic policies and procedures, curricular pathways, and graduation requirements; possess strong technical skills and a high comfort level within a computerized environment; exhibit outstanding oral and written communication skills; demonstrate history of successful mentoring and work with graduate students; bring a proven record of effective team building and collaboration across departments and with faculty, administrators, and student life personnel; demonstrate the ability to make well-informed decisions, solve problems and coordinate a variety of activities and tasks; and reveal exemplary organizational skills, attention to detail, and the capacity to develop efficient and effective systems.

 

ADMISSIONS COORDINATOR
Enrollment Management

This position is responsible for answering the switchboard, filing, running all reports, managing all automation and supplies, and serves as back-up for the admissions counselors. This position will respond to inquiries from prospective students utilizing telephone, email, and chat; provide program and application information; follow-up with prospects to assist with conversion from prospect to applicant status; provide support in planning and implementing recruitment activities such as open houses, information sessions, application events, telemarketing calls, mail-outs, Preview Weekend, etc.; coordinate campus tours; assist with data entry of new prospects, application processing, and scheduling of appointments for application interviews; ensure that automation processes are operating properly; manage inventory of office supplies; assign applicants to the appropriate admissions counselor and process admissions decisions through Banner and Inside Sales; create, produce, and distribute reports; access and follow-up on department email and voicemail; and serve as point of contact for the department automation and technology systems. A bachelor's degree is preferred. Candidate must have a proven track record with excellent customer service; have a strong desire to help others; be able to create and maintain relationships over the telephone, IM, and email; be able to meet and exceed goals; be able to work effectively as part of a team; demonstrate resourcefulness and initiative in problem solving; have excellent written and oral communication skills; be able to maintain student confidentiality; be well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details; be a motivated self-starter; and be available to work a varied schedule that may include evenings and weekends. Candidate with experience in recruiting and academic counseling is preferred. Experience with university technology, such as Blackboard, Genisys, and Banner, is preferred.

 

TRANSCRIPT PROCESSOR
Enrollment Support Services

The position will review, analyze, and enter data for credit, GPA, and degree information from high school and college transcripts received from applicants; and assist with the daily recording and cataloging of paper and electronic transcripts received for applicants and students into the electronic tracking/filing system. Essential functions will include to: review and certify secondary and post-secondary transcripts for accuracy, grade changes, repeats, and credits; interpret admissions and records policies and apply them in a variety of procedural situations; become knowledgeable of university, state, and federal accreditation policies and practices; calculate grade point averages to be used for federal financial aid awards; pull and research unknown transcripts, create (SIS) applicant records; act as backup controller for document imaging system; document intake procedures and perform quality control checks on data; assist with the download of applicant electronic transcripts from electronic exchange websites; scan and index admissions documents, particularly received transcripts, into the student information system; and assist with other scanning, indexing, front-desk coverage, big mailings and other data entry. A high school diploma is required; an associate's degree is preferred. Candidate should have an understanding of FERPA guidelines as applied to college level students and ability to maintain student confidentiality as required by FERPA and other federal regulatory agencies. Candidate must have excellent organizational skills; attention to detail; ability to work independently within a team setting; exceptional customer service skills; professional phone and email demeanor and etiquette; experience with filing and basic computer data entry including 10-key and typing skills of 40 wpm; and knowledge of database management. Candidate should demonstrate a strong desire to work with people and positively respond to their request for information; ability to multi-task and handle a large volume of processing on a day-to-day basis; and ability to maintain the confidentiality of records and data.

 

SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Information Technology

This position will use their knowledge of Oracle databases and University enterprise applications to define, develop, implement and administer applications in support of students, faculty, and administration. Essential functions include to: assist with review and installation, and testing of vendor software releases on the designated enterprise applications to include building test teams, assigning tasks, and overseeing test efforts; prepare specifications for system requirements, rule table logic, and program design for custom interfaces; work directly with internal users to identify and define application requirements, design effective solutions, modify existing applications, and develop new applications; perform system design and programming with only general direction; assist users with problem resolution; assist with the maintenance of a technical documentation repository for all customized and developed processes, rules, and reports; support user requests for assistance with reporting requirements; and provide support to students and faculty worldwide who need to access our systems. Candidate must have a degree in Computer Science or a related MIS field, or related experience and certifications. Training or related work experience in Oracle Developer tools is strongly preferred. Candidate must have 3+ years of experience in software development; demonstrate proficiency with Oracle databases and features, application development technologies, Oracle Forms, SQL, PL/SQL, and TOAD; demonstrate UNIX literacy and shell scripting; have data modeling and database design skills; have knowledge of Web development, applications, and technology (Java, Groovy, Grails, HTML); be able to work on multiple projects and objectives simultaneously; be able to work logically through problems and develop optimal solutions; demonstrate strong communication and organizational skills; and be a highly motivated self-starter capable of working both independently and as a member of a team.

 

REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT
Office of Advancement

We have two openings to serve the areas of Texas and Northern Virginia. This position's primary responsibility is to support the University's fundraising efforts by identifying and cultivating major donor prospects, soliciting and closing financial gifts to university and school-specific initiatives. The emphasis will be on individuals capable of giving $5,000 and more per year. This position will represent the university to potential donors throughout the designated region to execute initiatives that accomplish Regent University's fundraising goals. This position must complete 100 total contacts (visits, calls, letters, email) including 20 personal visits per month with donors and donor prospects within the assigned geographic area; must be able to travel up to 50%, or reside in the region assigned with considerable travel within that region and to the Virginia Beach campus for special events and training; must identify ways to increase involvement of donors and donor prospects in the activities of the University, and provide appropriate stewardship for donors; must write and file timely and thorough call reports following visits; must manage the relationships and touch strategy for current donors; must document all regular contact with assigned donors, donor prospects and leadership volunteers and record these contacts in the Advancement database; must conduct initial research in support of the major donors program; must host regional cultivation dinners and key events with prospects, current donors, key alumni and university personnel with the support of the events team must work closely with university personnel, including faculty and deans to promote development of donor relations; and must identify and cultivate relationships with local professional organizations and their leadership to create new sources of financial support. A bachelor's degree is required. Candidate must maintain a satisfactory driver history; driving records will be checked annually. Candidate must be committed to the mission and values of Regent University; possess excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills; be able to communicate professionally; be able to directly solicit major gifts; be able to function as a team player yet be self-motivated and able to work well independently; be able to multi-task and be detail-oriented; possess professional appearance and demeanor; be dependable and able to exercise good judgment; and be able to maintain the confidentiality of information. Candidate with experience in sales or marketing is desirable; experience in educational fund development or corporate sales is preferred.

 

ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR, COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
Enrollment Management

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.

 

DEMI CHEF
Regent Ordinary - Student Services

This position will prepare and cook food for the Regent Ordinary and/ or catered functions as required in an efficient and organized manner; work with Manager-in-Charge with opening and closing the café depending on operating hours; interact with customers in a professional and hospitable manner; be willing to work any station in the kitchen to include sauté, broil, pantry, banquet, hot prep, breakfast, commissary, and bake shop; be willing to learn and prepare basic and advanced soups and sauces, to included, but not limited to: cream and clear soups, basic cream sauces; maintain work area and equipment following and adhering to proper safety and sanitation practices; provide a superior level of customer service; demonstrate full working knowledge of all kitchen equipment, its proper use, cleaning and storage; understand and comply with chemical labels and other instructions; and carry out policies and procedures of the Regent Ordinary as well as the University. A culinary degree is preferred, but willing to train. Candidate must have a minimum of one year of cooking experience; be able to read, understand, and convert recipe cards; understand proper sanitation standards; and be willing and able to work in a fast-paced, noisy work environment and regularly stand on hard quarry tile floor. Candidate must demonstrate evidence of a strong commitment to customer service; demonstrate good communication skills; be well-groomed; and be committed to a strong Christian value system and lifestyle.

 

ACADEMIC ADVISOR
College of Arts & Sciences (CAS)

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.

 

HVAC TECHNICIAN
Facility Services

This position will oversee the specific jobs that require craft area skills with a primary focus on HVAC work, but also includes tasks that require more technical skills in electricity and plumbing. This position will coordinate with the work order specialist to keep up with residential work orders; maintain a working knowledge of all in-house mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems; oversee the School Dude maintenance requests along with the work order specialists; perform preventative maintenance for all mechanical and plumbing systems; operate and change HVAC systems for renovations and special projects; coordinate with the inventory manager for the procurement of craft area supplies; and responsible for a monthly rotation to cover the on-call phone in one week intervals. A minimum of a high school degree or equivalent education is required. Candidate must have experience in general household repair and maintenance and needs to have good mechanical skills in plumbing, electrical work, HVAC, and general handyman work doing a variety of tasks. Candidate must have knowledge of HVAC equipment and heating and cooling technology; HVAC certification is required. The ideal candidate would have prior apartment contracting experience in all aspects of remodeling. Candidate needs to be detailed in their work and able to handle multiple tasks; able to lift 65 pounds, climb ladders, and stand for long periods of time; and be able to work additional hours for emergencies and complete assignments on schedule. Candidate must have a desire to work and interact in accordance with the standards and expectations of the Office of Facility Services and the University as a whole.

 

On-Campus Student Positions

Last updated: February 23, 2015

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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.

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Career Services: Graduate Assistant/Student Worker
(Position will serve as Clerical support)
Posted: 2/1/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Detail Oriented
  • Experienced with Excel
  • Good customer service skills
  • Database experience a plus

Position Responsibilities:

  • Create an excellent customer service experience
  • Provide helpful assistance and information to customers in an effective, courteous, and prompt fashion inquiries or general business with the office
  • Receive and resolve incoming telephone calls and emails
  • Respond promptly to customer contact
  • Schedule appointments for Career Advisors
  • Process CAREERLink account questions
  • Enter job postings and Career Advisory notes into CAREERLink
  • Keep records of daily traffic and event attendance
  • Communicate and coordinate with other staff members
  • Conduct follow-up communication with customers to measure satisfaction
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned

Pay: $7.25 per hour

Hours: 12-15 hours per week

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


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College of Arts & Sciences: Student Worker (Undergraduate Student)
(Position will serve as Orientation Leader)
Posted: 1/20/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Have earned a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA after 12 credit hours in a degree program at Regent at the time of application and be in good financial and disciplinary standing with the University
  • Submit one letter of recommendation (letters accepted from former or current employers, pastors, Regent's faculty, staff, Life Group Leaders, or Resident Assistants); not required for returning OLs
  • Provide documentation of your ability to work in the United States
  • Be (or have been) actively involved in other student leadership roles, with student organizations, or with other Regent entities

Position Responsibilities:

  • Actively participate in all orientation training, preparation, and event-related activities
  • Become a campus life, services, and resources guru
  • Maintain, and encourage in others, a positive and enthusiastic attitudes
  • Follow the directions of the Orientation Captain(s) and Orientation Professional Staff

Additional Comments: Great orientation leaders will: love the Lord Jesus Christ , love Regent University's mission, academic experience, spiritual journey, and campus life, dedicate themselves to serving and encouraging students, their teammates, and others, and have integrity, authenticity, a positive attitude, and leadership potential.

Pay: $7.25 per hour

Hours: various hours per week

Contact: Complete the Human Resources application AND the application found here: http://www.regent.edu/acad/undergrad/current_students/orientation/ol/apply.cfm


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College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Communication Arts: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as Administrative Support)
Posted: 1/13/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in relevant field
  • High level of proficiency with Blackboard
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Internet, 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 the College of Arts and Sciences
  • Professional approach to the role including ability to commit to 8-10 hours per week in a regular work schedule.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Act as a liaison between Department Chair/Program Coordinator and external contacts
  • Offer assistance to office visitors and students
  • Update course syllabi in Blackboard
  • Archive and file course syllabi
  • Update courses in Blackboard
  • Correspond with students through Blackboard
  • Create, update and edit applicable Department e-sites (i.e. Department facebook page, website, or blog)
  • Create and maintain Department files (i.e. budget, statistics, SACS)
  • Attend quarterly Graduate Assistant meetings
  • Research various topics and information for Department Chair/Program Coordinator
  • Assist with the quality control of courses in Blackboard during the semester by reporting deficiencies to the Department Chair

Additional Comments: Graduate Assistant hired for this position may have the option to continue work in the Fall Semester 2015. Summer work is not required in this role.

Pay: $8.50-$9.00 per hour

Hours: 8-10 hours per week during the Spring Semester

Contact: Submit application and resume through the normal application process. Please alert the references provided that they will receive contact by phone or email and provide up-to-date reference information.


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College of Arts & Sciences, Academic Advising: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as Advising Support)
Posted: 10/27/14

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, Internet, etc.)
  • Proven track record with excellent customer service
  • Good understanding of process management and keen ability for problem solving
  • Experience with university technology such as Blackboard, Genysis and Banner
  • Strong oral and telephone communication skills required
  • Share the vision and mission of Regent University and the College of Arts and Sciences
  • Excellent people and communication skills; demonstrate good interpersonal and collaborative skills with all faculty, staff, and students
  • Possess good listening skills
  • Must possess a high degree of maturity when dealing with confidential matters
  • Well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details
  • Resourceful, able to work independently and able to take initiative in problem solving
  • Motivated self-starter and be able to prioritize effectively
  • Professional and courteous and maintain professional office attire
  • 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
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to FERPA regulations and to work with limited supervision
  • Self-motivated and self-disciplined Ability
  • Flexible work schedule

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance and support for the CAS Advising Office
  • 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
  • Assist with making calls to students
  • Assist with other clerical duties as assigned
  • Assist with phone reception and assigning walk-in advising appointments

Pay: $9.00 per hour

Hours: 10 hours per week

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


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College of Arts & Sciences, Academics: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as assistant to the E-Learning Specialist)
Posted: 6/13/14

Position Requirements:

  • Primarily serves as a graduate assistant for the E-Learning Specialist
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Internet, E-mail technology and Blackboard
  • Possess writing and editing skills commensurate with the needs of the Department
  • Understanding of and commitment to the mission of the College of Arts and Sciences
  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Adaptability to other responsibilities across the Department as required

Position Responsibilities:

  • Creating / maintaining Blackboard courses
  • Assist with course development
  • Maintain accurate documentation of course development and archival processes in Blackboard
  • Adept at troubleshooting Blackboard user problems
  • Responding to student and faculty e-mails regarding ongoing Blackboard maintenance issues
  • On occasion you may be required to undertake other duties assigned within Bb
  • Attend quarterly Graduate Assistant meetings

Pay: $9 per hour

Hours: 15 per week

Contact: Submit University Employment Application online. Please contact Rachel Blisson for more information.


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College of Arts & Sciences, Advising Office: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as administrative support)
Posted: 4/22/14

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, Internet, etc.)
  • Proven track record with excellent customer service
  • Good understanding of process management and keen ability for problem solving
  • Experience with university technology such as Blackboard, Genysis and Banner — preferred
  • Strong oral and telephone communication skills required
  • 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
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to FERPA regulations
  • Self-motivated and self-disciplined
  • Ability to work with limited supervision
  • Flexible work schedule

Position Responsibilities:

  • 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
  • Assist with making calls to students
  • Assist with other clerical duties as assigned
  • Assist with phone reception and assigning walk-in advising appointments

Additional Comments: This position will work with Advising Managers, Academic Advisors, College of Arts and Sciences students, faculty, and staff.

Pay: $9.00 per hour

Hours: 15-20 hours per week

Contact: Please complete the online employment application on the Regent Human Resources page. Resumes may be forwarded via email.


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Enrollment Management: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as support to Welcome Center)
Posted: 2/9/15

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: 6/18/14

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: 5/29/14

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.

Robertson School of Government: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as Administrative Support for Advising)
Posted: 2/9/15

Position Requirements:

  • Not a student in the Robertson School of Government
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications, esp. Excel and Word, strong organizational and follow-up skills, writing/editing, professional phone skills, ability to multi-task
  • Friendly and professional attitude, thorough/detail-oriented, high level of customer service in dealing with students and faculty, strong initiative to research problems and provide equitable, timely solutions, ability to work independently
  • Bachelor's degree required.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Helps with copying, mailing, and formatting projects
  • Assists with faculty requests such as desk copy ordering and Office Max ordering
  • Assist in maintenance of file room (filing, shredding, rotation of files, etc.)
  • Assists with special events
  • Support of the RSG Tutorial blackboard course
  • Assists in updating 2-year-projection schedule and semester Overview Schedules
  • Assists with generating fliers for special events
  • Assists with semester transition processes (i.e. graduation, stat reporting)
  • Other duties as assigned

Pay: $10.00 per hour

Hours: 10-25 hours per week

Contact: Interested applicants should email a copy of their resume to Ashley Staggs-Kay, RSG Academic Support Services, at rsgstudentservices@regent.edu. Interested applicants will need to complete the Human Resources application located at https://www.regent.edu/admin/hr/app/HRApp.cfm. Without the application, any resume submissions cannot be considered.

School of Divinity: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as a Teaching Assistant)
Posted: 1/7/2015

Position Requirements:

  • Passionate for the Great Commission
  • Current School of Divinity PhD or DMin student
  • Strong research skills
  • Familiarity with Blackboard
  • Preferably On-Campus student (lives in the area)
  • Willing to work 8 hours/week
  • Punctual, Organized, and Task oriented

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assist with organization of classes in Blackboard
  • Grade assignments
  • Conduct research
  • Other duties as requested

Pay: $8.50 per hour

Hours: 8 hours per week

Contact: Complete the online application and forward your resume and cover letter to victcua@regent.edu.


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School of Divinity: Center for Global Missions: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student)
(Position will serve as Coordinator of Center for Global Mission)
Posted: 8/29/14

Position Requirements:

  • Must have interest and experience of International Mission trips
  • Must be a current Regent University Graduate student in good standing.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate the Center for Global Mission under the directorship of Pro. Clarke
  • Coordinate the efforts of CGM Volunteers Coordinate the logistics for CGM summer mission trips
  • Construct informational documents for trip participants
  • Make and maintain a mission trip spreadsheet
  • Communicate with recruits, applicants, and accepted mission trip participants
  • Schedule and organize information sessions
  • Other duties pertaining to coordinating the Center for Global Missions

Pay: $8.00/hour

Hours: 10 hours/week

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


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Student Services: Graduate Assistant (Graduate Student) or Student Worker (Undergraduate Student)
(Position will serve as Shuttle Driver)
Posted: 1/20/15

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: 9/26/14

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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