All positions posted are current. Complete a separate application for each position for which you would like to apply. Applications remain active only until the position applied for is filled.
Additionally, you may mail or fax a hardcopy application to:
Human Resources Department
1000 Regent University Dr., ADM 111
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
Qualified prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination because of race, color, gender, age, national origin, or disability.
Open Staff Positions - All positions are currently available
School of Psychology & Counseling
(This position is part-time, 32 hours per week with benefits) This position will provide administrative support to the Department Chair and Counseling faculty. This person will assist faculty with travel arrangements; collect and maintain data required for accreditation; attend all faculty and program meetings, take minutes, prepare and disseminate meeting notes; coordinate the communication of new policies and other information to the faculty and staff; provide support for events such as doctoral interviews and residencies; advise students during the enrollment process; track students admitted under the provisional and conditional status; direct phone calls and student walk-ins. The candidate must be a motivated, highly organized and detail-oriented individual who can manage multiple projects at one time; follow a project through to completion; collaborate as part of a team; adapt easily to changes; demonstrate the ability to identify and solve problems; maintain confidentiality; and possesses excellent communication skills both in person and online. Applicants should be proficient in Microsoft office suite. Familiarity with Blackboard or Banner is a plus.
Center for Global Justice, School of Law
Interested candidates must submit an application by 5pm on Monday, May 27, 2013.
This position will direct all administrative functions of the Center for Global Justice. This position will supervise the Project Manager, volunteer student staff, and graduate assistants; design the research projects for the students; meet weekly with students; create quarterly reports of all projects; create opportunities with partner organizations in which to place interns; research and approve all internship organizations; create the application process and work with Career Services to post, process, and choose applicants; monitor students during their internships; create a comprehensive final report of each intern's experiences for donors and marketing purposes; receive and respond to all student communications concerning the Center - both prospective and current students; meet with interested students to guide them in their search for internships and careers; research best matches for funding and meeting with appropriate officials from foundations, individuals, organizations, corporations, and churches; draft grant proposals; maintain a weekly dialogue with Advancement to further funding efforts; monitor and create reports and databases of donors each month; create follow up reports, personal letters, and event newsletters for donors; work with University and Law Marketing departments to create all print publications, stationary, and other materials; monitor and edit all marketing of the Center via magazines, newsletters, articles or online publications; create, monitor, maintain, and work with Marketing on the Center's website; speak on behalf of the Center during Admissions events and other venues; contact prospective students for the law school who have declared an interest in the Center or human rights works; build partnership opportunities within the Regent community; create partnerships with alumni working in human rights fields; create and maintain a database of partnership organizations for use as special event speakers, expert guests, potential adjunct teachers of sponsored courses, and internship placement sites and career opportunities for alumni; plan and host Center-sponsored events, including an annual Center for Global Justice symposium, CLE opportunities, seminars, and other conferences; create educational resources and supporting the academic outreach of the Center; research ABA approved law school courses, clinics, and practicums to consider adding to the current course curriculum; create a comprehensive program for students called to human rights work; work on the creation of a human rights LLM program for the law school; create and monitor budgets for all Center projects and accounts; and create quarterly and annual financial statements for a variety of uses. Candidate with a JD is preferred. Candidate must have significant management and administrative experience; strong interest and awareness of international human rights issues; and strong Christian attributes. Candidate must have strong organizational skills; ability to work with diverse people; and creative problem solving skills.
This position is primarily responsible for overseeing the design, development, administration, maintenance and support of the university's network and associated applications. This position will design, develop, and maintain the network and server infrastructure throughout the university; manage the day-to-day operations of the university firewalls, URL filtering, and packet shaping devices; design, develop, and maintain the university's backup solution, retention and restores; monitor performance, plan growth and implement development of TCP/IP, WLAN/LAN/WAN infrastructure; install, maintain, and troubleshoot network equipment, including firewalls, content filtering, malware protection, and other application specific controls as necessary; be able to troubleshoot DNS, network loops, circuits, and general network failures; be able to manage projects while balancing network maintenance and operations; provide overall support for the functions of the IT department; and plan, implement, administrate, and support network architecture, internet/connectivity circuits across campus, bandwidth shaping, firewalls, and netbackup. A bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or information systems and 5 years of networking experience are required. Network engineering certification is recommended (CCNA, MCSE, etc.). Candidate must have experience installing and administering firewalls and vpns; experience with network protocols - Ethernet, IP, UDP, and TCP/IP; experience managing Internet services and security including web/email servers; experience with Linux and Windows Client/Server Operating Systems; experience with wireless networking (Cisco is preferred); experience with Microsoft Exchange (Exchange 2003 or later); and experience managing an enterprise level network. Experience with VMware is recommended.
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; 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, student services, academic programs, and other support services; 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 School 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.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT
Office of Advancement
This position's primary responsibility is to oversee and lead the regional Directors of Advancement (DA) nationally in developing and enhancing relationships with prospects, alumni and major donors to increase giving for Regent University and assist the Vice President for Advancement in implementing tactics for major gift acquisition and capital campaign execution. This position will supervise the DAs regarding performance objectives, solicitation assignments and development strategies; collaborate with the VP to develop a strategic plan to increase solid relationships and giving from major donors; cooperatively review new fundraising initiatives with advancement and academic leadership to determine their priority and placement in the strategic plan for fundraising; collaborate on all marketing efforts impacting field director's success by assisting in preparation and approving and overseeing related annual goals; lead weekly DA meetings and train and motivate DAs in a positive and proactive way; collaborate with prospect management teams, developing strategies concerning the production and distribution of major donor research information; work with events team to facilitate regional and campus events involving donors covered by DAs; serve as liaison between Office of Advancement and the deans, providing school-specific fundraising programs and activities; evaluate status of and develop areas of foundations and planned giving; review and supervise all fundraising activity by collaborating with the advancement services staff in the design and compilation of DA activity and donation reports and summarizing activity for the VP; manage relationships with consultants; and lead efforts to recruit, train, and develop DAs. A bachelor's degree in related field is required; a master's degree is preferred. Candidate must have a successful career in marketing, corporate sales or fundraising/development with five years of experience. Candidate must have the ability to effectively lead and manage remote and local staff; have excellent interpersonal skills and proven skills in interacting with Board of Trustees, donors, prospects, staff, and other constituencies in a positive manner; and have ability to train, motivate, and develop employees. Candidate must be able to travel frequently and maintain satisfactory driver history. Driving records will be checked annually. Candidate must be a strong leader able to inspire enthusiasm and cooperation and lead by example. Candidate must demonstrate good judgment with ability to make accurate assessments and decisions; demonstrate creativity and ability to initiate and conceptualize new or improved ideas; be a team player with ability to work effectively as a team to accomplish goals and projects; demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills; and be able to act rationally in stressful situations with steadfast character.
DIRECTOR OF GRADUATE MARKETING & COMMUNICATION
This position's primary responsibility is to promote Regent University through the thoughtful, planned execution of creative marketing strategies. This position will consult and partner with graduate admissions personnel and the office of alumni relations departments to fulfill their enrollment and outreach objectives. They will work to meet the university's objectives and vision for graduate students. This position will develop and execute marketing strategies to enhance the graduate programs' image; take creative lead in the production of print, web and other marketing materials; develop messaging in coordination with Regent University's Marketing Department that will promote the graduate programs and take advantage of university-wide efforts; provide consultation and counsel to the leadership team and directors to ensure that the messaging and positioning is aligned with the strategy and mission of the graduate programs and Regent University; utilize current and emerging technologies to best reach the target market; supervise the webmaster/project manager in the development and production of content for the programs' website; research and develop viral marketing campaigns, in order to equip existing representatives, faculty, students, alumni and friends to effectively promote the mission and vision of the graduate programs to outside entities and individuals; establish measures to track progress and success of marketing efforts, conducting regular surveys among key constituents; oversee and coordinate the production of marketing pieces with the help of the Marketing department and outside vendors; assist the Marketing Department in marketing efforts to increase the awareness and familiarity of our graduate programs with all key constituents; consult with the Marketing Directors from Regent University's other programs to coordinate efforts and maximize results; and keep a watchful eye on media to follow trends and remain conscious of issues that impact the decision-making of potential students. Must have a bachelor's degree, a master's degree is preferred. Candidate must have experience in marketing and ad creation; insight and awareness of educational/marketing issues pertaining to higher education; demonstrate strong Christian attributes; and have strong computer skills and high level of proficiency with various programs and technologies. This position requires organizational skills, ability to work with diverse people, and possession of creative problem solving skills.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
College of Arts & Sciences
This position's primary purpose is to perform tasks associated with the daily business operations of CAS including preparation and control of budget; weekly processing of invoices/expense reports/contracts; assisting with policy/procedure analysis; generation and analysis of statistical reports; review of processes and systems; recommendations for improving student and employee recruitment and retention; and processing all Human Resources and administrative paperwork for CAS staff. This position will oversee and manage the budget for CAS (including the University Writing Center (UWC)); oversee and manage the hiring and termination process for CAS; prepare and submit yearly assessment matric for CAS Administration to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness; assist in development of policies and procedures for students and undergraduate operations as the school grows; assist department chairs and other departmental budget managers in developing expenditure scenarios based on enrollment projections; manage and process all RSU contracts and other independent contractor related paperwork through Purchasing and Human Resources, respectively; actively pursue process improvements in all aspects of CAS operations; plan/implement office space moves each spring in relation to new faculty; coordinate departmental moves as well as furniture requests and telephone changes/needs; liaison between IT, Facility Services, and CAS when needed; submit weekly office supply requests for faculty and Dean's staff; represent CAS on Administrative Council; assist with planning on CAS events by creating and managing all contracts; and in consultation with CAS departmental budget managers, develop training protocol resources for new CAS employees, which incorporate CAS mission and identity statement. An MBA, MS in Finance, or MS in Management with relevant experience is required. Candidate must have excellent computer skills including knowledge of operating systems/hardware and proficiency with Microsoft Office; systems analysis experience; database reporting experience; ability to develop and implement business processes; and knowledge of budgetary reporting, analysis, and forecasting. Prior higher education experience is preferred. Candidate must have excellent people and communication skills; be able to maintain strict confidentiality; able to be a customer service champion and provide service in a professional manner; be well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details; be resourceful and able to take initiative in problem solving; and be motivated self-starter.
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ADVISING
College of Arts & Sciences (CAS)
The position will ensure students are properly advised of academic and graduation requirements, policies, and procedures; monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of advising policies, practices, and procedures; advise the dean in planning and implementing retention strategies for CAS; supervise workflow of advisors, graduate assistants, and interns; oversees the development, planning, and delivery of all online and on-campus orientation programs; coordinates with department chairs, Career Services, and Advising to develop and maintain a vibrant faculty mentoring program; maintain, supervise, and train staff of the Office of Advising and Student Services; advise the dean regarding CAS student needs and concerns; coordinate CAS alumni relations strategies with the university's Office of Alumni Relations; foster effective communication with the Registrar's Office to facilitate consistent staff training and student advising; work with the Associate Dean of Students and Academic Administration to ensure that adequate on-campus and online classes are offered each semester and session; update staff on all policy procedures and program information as critical to day-to-day operations; and work closely with Executive Director of CAS Admissions to ensure a smooth transition for the student from the enrollment stage to the matriculation stage. Candidate must have a master's degree. Candidate must have experience with program and project planning and management; ability to network across the organization; excellent oral and written communication skills; experience in process management and problem solving; and a successful record of fostering a cooperative work environment within the college and the university. Candidate must protect Regent University and College of Arts & Sciences' integrity and excellence; demonstrate flexibility, detail-orientation and strong follow-through; serve as mentor and a supportive team member; demonstrate tenacity in consultation and providing advice; serve as problem solver with anticipation and requisite planning strategies; demonstrate discernment and deference; and have timely responsiveness and resourcefulness.
ADVANCEMENT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Office of Advancement
This position's primary responsibility is to support the University's fundraising efforts by providing the operational services and reporting that are critical to the successful execution of Advancement programs, projects, and events. This position must maintain a strong working knowledge of departmental and institutional policies and procedures in order to oversee the daily operational systems and functions of the office of Advancement. This position will collaborate with the Executive Director of Advancement Marketing and Operations in personnel administration, including scheduling interviews, incoming and exit processes for employees, HR form creation, etc.; ensure that staff members are provided with necessary work space, IT systems, training, and equipment in order to function effectively; ensure office has adequate goods and supplies for office operations and order more as needed; establish standard operating procedures to ensure quality work and efficiencies of administrative operations, identify potential problems, and identify and implement possible solutions; review and distribute incoming mail; log, date stamp and scan all cash, checks, and supporting documents received and attach to donor accounts in Banner; serve as back-up for event registration, gift processing, creation of designations and appeal codes in Banner, and constituent profile research, development and maintenance; assist the Manager of Donor Information and Services in account maintenance projects and tasks; set up all Advancement events in Banner and collaborate with Event Registrar; serve as systems expert and department lead for Oracle Discoverer reporting system; serve as gatekeeper for Advancement data; serve as Advancement representative to IT for development and enhancement of reports; collaborate with Executive Director to define segmentation strategies; and produce and oversee production of daily/weekly/monthly financial reports, charts, and graphs. Candidate must have a bachelor's degree or 3-5 years of commensurate experience in business and marketing; a master's degree is preferred. Candidate must have proven proficiency in the use of database and analytical software programs; in-depth experience with Oracle Banner SCT database; and an understanding of fundraising and marketing needs. Candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills with strong and proven relationship skills; strong organizational skills with an ability to carry out multiple projects simultaneously and independently due to pressing deadlines; project management training and experience; a strong work ethic; proven ability to work well independently as well as part of a team; a professional appearance; demonstrated dependability; ability to exercise good judgment and maintain confidentiality.
TEMPORARY (Administrative Assistant)
Professional and Continuing Education (PCE)
(This position is part-time 25hrs/week, no benefits) This position will serve as an administrative assistant/receptionist in support of the Assistant Vice President (AVP) and the PCE office. This position serves as the AVP primary point of contact and process inquires accordingly; manages the AVP's schedule, which will include scheduling appointments and travel arrangements; receives all the AVP's incoming calls and process accordingly; attends meetings with the AVP and takes minutes upon request; answers the PCE main telephone line and directs calls to appropriate personnel; and manages hospitality arrangements for client engagements. Candidate should have a minimum of 3-5 years' experience working in a dynamic or international organization in the area of business, training and development, government or law. Candidate must be able to work in diverse and global environments with clients and colleagues from different countries. Candidate should be creative, resourceful, a critical thinker, results-oriented, customer-service oriented, detail-oriented and possess excellent social and communication skills.