Last updated: July 22, 2014
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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
WELCOME CENTER COORDINATOR
Office of Enrollment Management
This position's primary responsibility is to serve guests in the Welcome Center. This position will act as a key representative for the information desk providing direction and customer service to all related to the day-to-day activities and special events of the University, as well as the Office of Enrollment Management. This position must be an expert in customer service due to being the first point of contact for prospects, guests, and VIPs. This would involve phone calls, support for admissions appointments, coordinating connections for campus tours, providing information for events, providing directions/maps, and coordinating with Administrative Services regarding room reservations. This position will provide back-up support to the director of Enrollment Management events; support room reservation calendar; contact event coordinators regarding planned events and potential conflicts; approve or deny bridal photo requests and/or film shoot requests; communicate all scheduled event dates/details to the University Events Calendar administrator; serve as backup administrator; manage refreshment center and university materials in reception area; keep reception area clean, neat, and inviting. Candidate must be a high school graduate; some college experience is desired. Candidate must have a minimum of six months experience in a clerical or public contact position in a business environment; must be able to type 40 wpm, and be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel spreadsheets, Access databases, and calculator. Candidate must be warm, welcoming, well spoken, willing to be interrupted constantly, detail-oriented, diligent, and highly motivated. Candidate must be able to deal effectively with students, employees, and the general public. Candidate must be able to prioritize tasks and maintain a high standard of excellence, and be a personable representative of Regent University.
Graphic Designer/Communication Specialist - Professional & Continuing Education (PCE)
(This position is part-time, 25 hours per week; no benefits) This position will support the daily graphic design and communication plan needs for the division of Professional and Continuing Education. Primary responsibilities for this position include the timely completion of graphic design projects using the Adobe Creative Suite programs. Additional responsibilities involve executing the PCE communications plan distribution through the assigned system. This position will complete graphic design projects to create marketing materials using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign and any other programs deemed necessary; complete video editing projects to create marketing materials and website materials using Adobe Premiere or other programs as needed; work in support of and collaboration with the Director of Marketing and others on the marketing team to ensure that all projects are completed; be able to think out of the box and create specialty marketing sheets or elements for distribution to the public through both web and print avenues; create HTML emails for communications plan; provide timely and accurate content updates to marketing materials including program descriptions, registration, resources and other program information; support the Assistant Vice President to ensure that marketing projects are completed on time and with the Regent quality of excellence. Candidatee must have an associate's or bachelor's degree in graphic design and/or a related discipline. Candidate must have strong graphic design and/or video editing skills and prior experience; have strong knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite programs: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere; have working knowledge of Flash, Shockwave, Dreamweaver and/or other animation software, and other video editing programs is a plus; be able to collaborate and work well within a team; have experience using Social Media platforms; know a variety of file formats and data conversion utilities; demonstrate excellent oral and written communication; and have previous experience with new technologies in marketing including Communications platforms is a plus. Ideal candidate must be detail-oriented, results-oriented, creative, a problem-solver, resourceful, and able to follow detailed instruction.
DIRECTOR OF EVENT PROGRAMMING
Office of Advancement
This position's primary purpose is to provide comprehensive program design and execution in support of Advancement special projects and events for the purpose of fundraising, enhancement of donor relationships and the overall advancement of the university. This position will collaborate with the VP for Advancement to translate project requirements into a comprehensive program "curriculum" and execution plan; identify and bring together the critical players, both internal and external, needed for the successful execution of the program; secure contracts for all speakers, talent and support services needed for the program/event; design and create promotional materials in collaboration with Advancement Marketing and University Marketing; manage program budgets and deadlines to ensure timely and cost effective program execution; plan international group travel; set daily agendas and secure hotels, tour operators, speakers, and locations; facilitate communications between various critical departments as it pertains to Advancement and University Events; interact professionally with major donors, prospects, trustees, and key constituents of the university; and prepare written reports and correspondence. A bachelor's degree or master's degree in communications, marketing, or business is preferred. Candidate must have a minimum of 3 years' experience in events coordination and program design in support of development and/or fundraising campaigns. Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications and databases; have experience with planning, staffing, budgeting, and detailing events ranging in size from small (20 people) to large (4,000 people); have experience with identifying and securing high profile speakers and talent; have knowledge of protocol; be organized and able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously working in a fast-paced environment; possess good written and oral communication skills; be able to work some evenings/weekends and travel occasionally. Candidate must maintain a satisfactory driver history; driving records will be checked annually. Candidate must demonstrate detail-orientation, diplomacy, problem-solving capability, flexibility, creativity, hospitality and a positive attitude; possess professional appearance and demeanor; be dependable and exercise good judgment; be able to work long hours during event pre-planning and event execution; and be able to keep sensitive information confidential.
Regent Ordinary - Student Services
(This position is part-time, 25 hours per week; no benefits) This position will plan, prepare, and cook food for the Regent Ordinary and/ or catered functions as required in an efficient and organized manner; open and close the café depending on operating hours; interact with customers in a professional and hospitable manner; be able to lead a single department within the kitchen; monitor production and quality levels of all food items; be able to work any station in the kitchen to include sauté, broil, pantry, banquet, hot prep, breakfast, commissary, and bake shop; be able to 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. Candidate must have a minimum of one year of cooking experience; at least one year of supervisory experience in addition to cooking experience is preferred. Candidate must 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.
Robertson School of Government (RSG)
(This position is 40 hours per week for 8-10 weeks, no benefits) This position is responsible for assisting with the academic advising and administrative services for RSG students any time between their time of initial enrollment until their graduation. This position will serve as support position for the academic advising team for RSG students. Depending upon the qualifications of the individual, responsibilities could include but not limited to: advising students on degree requirements and university administrative policies and deadlines; serving students once they enroll, including issuance of an ADP, course registration, transfer of credit, etc.; maintaining student files; serving as liaison between students and faculty, staff, & central university offices; providing excellent customer service by quickly solving student needs and questions; assisting with creation of semester class schedule and long range course schedule; working with Business Office to address any student issues; assisting students with processing their culminating projects; tracking student enrollment, retention, program cohorts, and other pertinent data for reporting; issuing academic probation letters and assisting those on probation towards fulfilling university academic requirements; and assisting with graduation clearance and data regarding student graduation eligibility. A bachelor's degree is required. Candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Office applications. Candidate must demonstrate strong organizational skills, follow-up skills, writing and editing skills, and professional phone skills. Candidate must demonstrate a friendly and professional attitude; be thorough and detail-oriented; demonstrate a high level of customer service; have a strong initiative to research problems and provide equitable, timely solutions.
ENROLLMENT SUPPORT ANALYST
Enrollment Support Services
The position will plan and coordinate duties related to the Office of Enrollment Support Services within a broad framework of standard policies and procedures. Specific responsibilities will include: exercise of good judgment and tact; provide information on University policies, procedures, standards, and requirements where applicable; establish and maintain good public relations with staff, students, and the community at large; manage student records from the point of application while advising Admissions Offices on University policies, procedures, and accreditation regulations to ensure accuracy; be accountable for analyzing, interpreting, and reviewing all submitted academic admissions materials; prepare applicant files for review by the Admissions Offices and decision committees ensuring that academic records are properly maintained in accordance with various standards and regulations; create the student's registration account and coordinate with Admissions Offices or other central offices to record receipt of enrollment deposit and application fees; review and certify secondary and post-secondary transcripts for accuracy; interpret admissions and records policies and apply them in a variety of procedural situations; determine grade point average calculations for federal financial aid awards; prioritize correspondence from all Admissions Offices, applicants, and vendor databases for effective processing and even distribution of workload; contribute to the ongoing improvement of work processes, including learning and integrating new technology, focusing attention and efforts on detailed analysis, accuracy, and speed, and promoting a teamwork environment; synchronize prospective students and applicant information in various admissions information systems; and interpret and prepare reports to be used by Admissions Offices in conjunction with decision committees. An associate's degree is required; a bachelor's degree is preferred. Candidate must be able to type a minimum of 40 wpm; 10-key proficiency is strongly preferred. An ideal candidate must have working knowledge of databases (SCT Banner Student Management System experience is preferred); be attentive to detail, organized, and able to work independently in team settings; have exceptional customer service skills; have an understanding of and commitment to the mission of Regent University.
Enrollment Management (EM)
This position will serve the Enrollment Management Office through event administration. This individual must be highly skilled in analytical research and customer service; possess exceptional skills in office management systems; and capable of representing the university to a wide range of constituents. This position will coordinate all areas of planning and facilitation of events for Enrollment Management recruiting events including: Military Affairs, Church Relations, and Corporate Relations; arrange various aspects of events such as room reservations, technical requirements, speakers, agenda, parking, food and beverage, staffing, etc.; oversee the event calendar and updates; answer phone calls regarding all recruiting events; monitor registration email address(es); monitor Admin Interface for any changes, sponsorships, shuttle requests, rooming requests, or other misc. needs; provide registration counts for upcoming events; organize event props, decorations and equipment for use by Enrollment Management; compile material for event program/agenda; lead Preview meetings and communicate pertinent information to all graduate schools; process registrations for events and answer questions from prospective students; coordinate banquet event orders (BEOs) for meetings and lodging at The Founders Inn; prepare budget paperwork for reimbursements and payments to internal departments and external vendors; tabulate all EM event statistics, including post-event statistics, matriculation rates, survey results, inside sales updates, etc.; provide campus tours for new employees during orientation; and meet and triage various guests to EM including prospective and current students, alumni, faculty, VIP guests, and corporate visitors. A bachelor's degree is preferred. Candidate must have advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer; be proficient in creating and manipulating excel spreadsheets in various advanced forms; be proficient in research and analysis reporting; be efficient with strong attention to detail; be able to work independently yet as part of a team; and must be ethical, responsible, personable, and conscientious. Experience with the Banner system is preferred.
LUXVERA® is an exclusive, proprietary massive open online learning platform offering free, world-class courses—powered by Regent University. This position will take the lead on implementation and execution of the LUXVERA project product, and program. This position will ensure the implementation and execution of all LUXVERA systems, change, platform development, deployment and integration initiatives occur in a timely and cost effective manner; integrate LUXVERA systems with other Regent University systems and processes; manage and oversee LUXVERA course content and GREAT Talks® content development and deployment; monitor analytics, KPI's, marketing initiatives, business intelligence and growth pursuits with an eye toward strategic development of the platform, content, and customer offerings; oversee and direct LUXVERA sub-teams and Regent University functional contacts as well as external contacts and 3rd party contractors to ensure successful National and International deployment of LUXVERA content and initiatives; deliver initiatives that affect both the backend system infrastructure and the frontend customer interface as scheduled and coordinate content delivery with various teams at various levels of responsibility and accountability; and oversee contract development that will further the pursuits of related initiatives and projects. A bachelor's of science degree is required; a master's degree in a relevant field is preferred. Candidate must be highly organized and an integrative thinker with the ability to successfully envision the long-term and short-term needs of the software and marketed product(s) development life cycle. Candidate must have experience with gathering and analysis of business requirements, development, design, and deployment of integrated systems using industry best practices such as SDLC or ITIL. Candidate must have excellent communication skills with an intuitive sense of discernment, high emotional intelligence, and great people interaction skills and persuasiveness. Candidate must demonstrate the ability to maintain extreme confidentiality given the need for first-to-market status. Candidate must have experience leading teams from concept, to plan, to execute, to a monitor-and-control phase of the product and project lifecycle and be able to juggle multiple initiatives with competing priorities and authorities. Candidate must have experience leading teams of individuals without direct supervisor authority, where persuasiveness and relationship building is key. The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to the vision and mission of Regent University; must demonstrate Regent's core values of Christ-First, Excellence, and Leadership; demonstrate leadership core strengths including the ability to act as a servant leader; and be able to juggle many projects with an eye toward ensuring excellence in delivery.
SENIOR ENROLLMENT COUNSELOR
The position will coordinate and participate in campus, local and national recruitment events and assist in the development of CAS marketing and recruitment strategies. This position will develop and maintain regular communication with applicants from their region; manage the student telecounseling effort; provide training and mentoring of new Enrollment Counselors; represent Regent University at college fairs, individual high school visits, festivals and church/youth group events, as well as state and national admission and church related organizations; develop and maintain key relationships with guidance counselors, youth pastors, and alumni in assigned geographic area; effectively communicate the academic programs, financial aid opportunities and campus life activities to prospective students, guidance counselors, alumni, pastors, and other relevant audiences; conduct on-campus interviews with visiting students, parents, and groups; coordinate and participate in admissions and recruitment events; evaluate applicant files for the recommendation of admissions decisions; and manage special projects within the department. A bachelor's degree is required. Candidate must have sales and marketing experience; prior experience in university admissions and recruitment is helpful. Candidate must have strong organizational abilities, excellent written and oral communication skills, presentation skills, and interpersonal skills with an ability to build rapport with a diverse customer base. Candidate must demonstrate competence and comfort level with Microsoft Office software and general computer technology. Candidate must have a valid driver's license and the ability to transport and set up displays and materials; and must maintain a satisfactory driver history as driving records will be checked annually. Seasonal frequent overnight travel and same day business travel will be required with occasional night and weekend hours. The ideal candidate should be committed to a strong Christian value system and lifestyle; be well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details; be resourceful; be able to take initiative in problem-solving; be a highly motivated self-starter; have a heart for the personal, spiritual, and professional development of students; and be able to maintain prospect, applicant, and student confidentiality.
ADMINISTRATIVE & DATA ASSISTANT
College of Arts & Sciences (CAS)
This position provides administrative assistance for the Office of the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. This position will administer executive level administrative activities in the Dean's suite, with prompt & courteous attention to internal and external contacts; record the minutes at CAS meetings as requested and distribute to CAS faculty & staff; schedule meetings and keep outlook calendars up-to-date; serve as master of ceremonies for impromptu meetings; assist the Dean and the Dean's Office staff in various tasks, projects, and events as assigned; hosts meetings in the Dean's Suite and coordinate events on behalf of CAS; act as policy support to answer questions from faculty/staff; proofread written materials for purpose, grammatical, and typographical errors; administer and track survey responses via tools like Survey Monkey; organize volunteers for internal staffing needs; assist with tracking payments/receipts; assist with HR, facilities, and other form preparation needs. A bachelor's degree is preferred. Candidate must have 3-4 years successful administrative experience; excellent computer skills; proven track record with excellent customer service; demonstrate a good understanding of process management and keen ability for problem solving; demonstrate good listening skills; have excellent people and communication skills; be able to maintain employee personnel confidentiality; be well organized and able to manage multiple tasks and details; be resourceful and able to take initiative in problem solving; and be a motivated self-starter. Candidate with experience in university technology such as Blackboard, Genisys, and Banner is preferred.
ENROLLMENT SUPPORT PROCESSOR
Enrollment Support Services
The position will provide administrative support to the marketing and recruitment staff for Regent University's Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions Offices; review and evaluate university prospective student inquiries and requests for information received via direct mail, email, phone, and in-person from walk-in customers; accurately and efficiently enter data, process, and manage prospective student information in the student administrative system; manage the weekly inventory of outgoing school prospectus information and other direct mail pieces for prospective students; and administer the university's primary admissions email account. This position will enter data for prospective student to include: (a) new inquiries generated through university information request and landing page websites, (b) paper inquiry cards from recruiting events, (c) emails, and (d) other sources of inquiry requests; manage prospective student communication plans, troubleshoot issues related to data processing, and report verification of completed processes; build inquiry packets for prospective student mailings; manage the student management system to systematically or manually match/create new student records and generate communication plans; update student contact and curriculum records per university admissions requests; coordinate the inventory and distribution of marketing materials and letters to prospective students, while tracking inventory data for the purpose of forecasting when materials should be reordered and stocked; update and maintain an organized filing system of prospective student requests; administer the university admissions and Enrollment Support Services e-mail accounts, daily sort and distribute emails to proper office(s) for immediate response; submit data on a weekly basis to the Virginia State Patrol Higher Education Criminal Verification System; provide weekly, monthly, and quarterly prospective student numbers with regard to: (a) prospective student inquiries received, (b) mail generated/disseminated, and (c) information packets generated/disseminated; and provide cross-trained assistance and support for other departmental functionalities as needed. An associate's degree is required; a bachelor's degree is preferred. Candidate must type a minimum of 40 wpm (10 key proficiency is strongly preferred); have working knowledge of databases (SCT Banner Student Management System experience is preferred); be attentive to detail, organized, and able to work independently in team settings; have exceptional customer service skills and phone etiquette; and an understanding of and commitment to the mission of Regent University.
DOCUMENT CONTROL SPECIALIST
Enrollment Support Services
This position supports the Enrollment Support Services (ESS) Office by managing the flow of paper and electronic documentation for prospective students and applicants throughout ESS. This position will organize and manage the collection and distribution of incoming recruitment and admissions related documentation and information requests to ESS staff; record and catalog all paper documents received for applicants and students into the electronic tracking/filing system; act as primary controller for document imaging system and perform quality control checks on data; scan paper documents into the Student Information System using ApplicationXtender's document management software; index document images to virtual student records, and catalog and prepare physical documents for distribution to advising centers; prepare reports of quantities of documents processed as needed; be accountable for the flow of documentation in and out of the office; organize, catalog and distribute received recruitment and admissions documentation to be processed into the student management system; ensure it is properly scanned and/or indexed to the appropriate student record and prepared for distribution to the appropriate school enrollment office.; maintain and follow office operational procedures consistent with University objectives and policies; daily sort, stamp and date, catalog for tracking purposes, and distribute incoming direct mail, emails, faxes and all other paper and electronic documentation entering ESS; download applicant electronic transcripts from electronic exchange websites; research returned mail and 'bounced' e-mail addresses to see if simple adjustment is needed for proper delivery of materials; and manage the returned mail database to provide cost figures for schools. A high school graduate is required; candidate with bachelor's degree is preferred. Candidate must have at least one year experience with regular use of standard office environment software and hardware (e.g., Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, etc.), and desktop PC and document imaging systems); demonstrate ease of learning new software and information systems technology; and have office management, customer service, or administrative assistant background. Prior document imaging experience is highly favorable. Candidate should have a strong command of English language, both orally and written; demonstrate experience with and ability to operate standard office equipment; be proficient in "10 key" data entry and superior typing skills; be able to maintain confidentiality and handles sensitive information discreetly and properly; be able to spend extended periods of productive time conducting business on a computer keyboard while viewing the computer screen; be detail-oriented and organized to ensure documents and correspondence are correctly scanned and indexed; demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication abilities: interact effectively in a teamwork environment; demonstrate an aptitude to work in a customer service role in a high-volume environment; be a self-starter; exercises initiative; and be able to work independently, with a clear understanding of priorities and deadlines.
MEDIA SERVICES TECHNICIAN
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; 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 ADMISSIONS, LAW
This position is responsible for all aspects of admissions, including marketing, recruiting, and financial aid. The position will design and implement strategic plans for the recruitment of highly motivated, desirable candidates whose personal goals and objectives are in alignment with the mission of Regent Law School; collect and analyze statistical data to meet enrollment targets; interview and counsel prospective students; develop and implement outreach programs for traditionally underrepresented law school groups; evaluate applications; make admissions decisions; plan special events on campus for prospective applicants and students; work closely with faculty committees; develop and administer the budget for admissions; and supervise staff members. This position also works closely with the law school's marketing and communications staff to strategize the communication plans, analyze effectiveness at season-end, and position the law school favorably toward prospective law students. This position will develop, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate multi-state recruitment strategies and programs to achieve the desired quality and diversity profile of the law school's admission programs; provide leadership for the development of print and electronic publications for recruitment purposes; establish parameters for the selection of new students and coordinate with the admission chair/committee the review process to be followed; establish guidelines for the distribution of scholarship aid to both entering and returning students; oversee the financial aid process to ensure that prospective and current students are fully aware of financing options, loan indebtedness, and the process related to financial assistance; interview, counsel, and advise prospective students from initial inquiry through enrollment; involve appropriate faculty, staff, students, or alumni in off-campus speaking engagements; host multiple visitation programs, webinars, etc.; make presentations to on-campus and off-campus groups regarding the School of Law, admission standards, preparation for law school, etc.; initiate and develop relationships with prelaw advisers and leadership of various undergraduate institutions, ministries, political organizations, and ministries to promote the programs of the School of Law; oversee preparation of reports & surveys for various external organizations; oversee Ambassador Program; and manage LSAT Prep Workshop programs for both on- and off-campus programs. An undergraduate degree with a Master's or JD is preferred. Experience in law or graduate admissions, administration and management is preferred. Candidate must demonstrate budgeting skills; must be enthusiastic about representing a program dedicated to legal education from a biblical perspective; demonstrate well-developed oral and written communication skills; be able to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff; and be able to communicate the strengths and values of the Law School. Candidate must maintain a satisfactory driver history; driving records will be checked annually. Candidate should have a commitment to student services and be successful in development of recruitment programs.
LAW SCHOOL DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT
Office of Advancement
This position's primary responsibility is to support the School of Law's fundraising efforts by identifying and cultivating major donor prospects, soliciting and closing financial gifts to school-specific initiatives. The emphasis will be on individuals capable of giving $5,000 and more per year. This position will represent the Regent University's School of Law to potential donors and 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; must be able to travel up to 50% 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 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 as well as the School of Law; 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.
REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT
Office of Advancement
We have three openings to serve the areas of Texas, Mid-Atlantic, 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.
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
The position oversees all day-to-day operations within the undergraduate admissions department related to prospect management, admissions processing and external recruitment. This position ensures the successful management of all daily functions related to prospect management; works collectively with the Director of Admissions to ensure that minimum goals are met regarding prospect and applicant matriculation to student; oversees and manages all aspects of the undergraduate internal prospect management call center; serves as direct supervisor for all center inquiry counselors, temporary employees, graduate assistants, and student assistants; serves as secondary contact person for the external call center; assists the Director of Admissions with regards to external recruitment functions, budget planning and managing departmental budget; maintains all print and collateral marketing material inventories; serves as direct supervisor to all call center staff to include staff and sales training, call monitoring, work hours, and prospect conversion; and develops and maintains the master work schedule. A bachelor's degree is required; a master's degree is preferred. Candidate must have ability to work effectively within a team environment, providing leadership and support functions. Candidate must have higher education admissions, financial aid, and recruitment experience; private institution experience is preferred. Experience in process management and university technology/software (Blackboard, Genisys, Banner, and MS Office) is required. Candidate must be able to work well with key administrative departments; demonstrate excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills; demonstrate a student-centered customer service focus; and be committed to being a professional and confidential team manager. Knowledge of Discovery and other recruitment tracking mechanisms is preferred. Call Center and Inside Sales management experience, experience facilitating recruiter development and sales techniques; and ability to staff, train, motivate, and manage a successful recruiting team is preferred.
College of Arts & Sciences
This position will be responsible for the design, development, evaluation, and maintenance of high quality instructional materials for online and on-campus students. This position will assist faculty with the implementation of Christian faith and learning integration; design and develop curriculum, including course, content, objectives, and assessments, in collaboration and consultation with faculty/subject-matter experts; utilize multimedia and other instructional technologies to support instructional objectives; apply and provide expertise in the Blackboard Learning Management System in the course design process; assist and support the Associate Dean of Instruction with instructional project management responsibilities, including managing project timelines to deliver high quality and innovative course designs and curriculum; design and develop instructional materials to support faculty in the use of instructional materials and technologies; participate in training and development initiatives for fulltime and adjunct faculty for the College of Arts & Sciences; instruct faculty on procedures for the improvement of online and on-campus course delivery, development of learning objectives and assessments, management of Blackboard content, application of standard syllabus and Blackboard templates, use of rubrics, fostering learner support, and application of usability and accessibility standards; deploy and facilitate the use of collaborative software, media (e.g., audio, video), and interactive tools in the development of learning modules and course content; design graphics for online course materials; and provide stand-up and online training. A bachelor's degree is required; degrees related to graphic design, instructional design, computer technology, or writing are preferred. Graduate level education in related field is preferred. Theological knowledge/training for faith integration is preferred. Candidate must have a minimum two years of work experience in instructional design or related field; experience in an academic environment is preferred. Candidate must have intermediate-level proficiency in Microsoft Office programs. Knowledge of learning management systems and Blackboard experience/expertise is preferred. Candidate must have excellent grammar and proofreading skills; strong communication and interpersonal skills; demonstrated commitment to exemplary service; experience working in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment with simultaneous multiple tasks; critical thinking, analysis, writing, and project management capabilities; ability to work independently and accomplish tasks based on knowledge, experience, and expertise within established principles; a willingness to carry out highly detailed work to completion; and some experience with audio/visual/interactive software including a combination of Adobe Flash, Photoshop, Acrobat Professional, Illustrator, Fireworks, Captivate, Camtasia, Audacity, Prezi, Adobe Premiere, and/or Swish Max.
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.
House Manager - School of Communication & the Arts
(This is a part-time, temporary position, with no benefits) The position is responsible for coordinating all Front-Of-House (FOH) operations for stage performances and performance related activities for Regent University. Specific responsibilities include: coordinating scheduling; training and supervising ushers; communicating with stage managers during and in advance of performances; overseeing refreshments; and ensuring the safety of all patrons at performances. This position also coordinates the opening of the performance in cooperation with the Box Office Manager. An ideal candidate must have experience in dealing with the public of all ages; demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of patrons; demonstrate an upbeat, enthusiastic attitude in public relations; be able to enforce safety regulations and communicate the same to the public; be attentive to detail; be able to work independently without much direct supervision; and have First Aid and Adult CPR certification. A candidate with at least one (1) year as a Box Office staff member and experience working within a live theatre faculty environment is preferred. A minimum of 5-6 hrs/week scheduled/flex time during production weeks. Extended nighttime and weekend hours may be required.