Last updated: October 30, 2014
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.
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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
MANAGER, CENTER FOR STUDENT HAPPINESS
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; 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; 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; and 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 bachelor's degree plus two years of work experience in student services or related field is required (student employment in student services may be considered). A master's degree in college or university student services, communications, educational leadership, or related field is preferred. 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.
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.
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.
STUDENT PROGRAM & EVENTS COORDINATOR
College of Arts & Sciences (CAS)
This position will manage all logistical aspects of new student orientation and related student programs, including the student leader selection process, training, and development, coordinating all room reservations, facilities, catering, and media services, as well as enlisting all supplemental staffing needed; manage all aspects of mass communication across multiple programs and events, including the conceptualization and design of marketing and promotional efforts; develop web content for new programs and provide suggestions for improvement on current web pages; manage all aspects of the mentoring program, including mentor selection process and mentor pairing and program assessment; supervise, develop, and assign work to the student workers and applicable interns; manage assessment activities related to acclimation efforts and online programs, aggressively pursuing ways to improve the events and programs, with a strong focus on effectiveness and efficiency; propose, meet and evaluate event and program budgets; and assist in updating, maintaining, and disseminating information related to CAS programs, policies, and procedures to CAS students. A bachelor's degree is required. Excellent candidates will have experience in events coordination and/or project management; project and process management, and problem solving. They will also have an understanding of the structure and processes of university administrative services and a proven track record with excellent customer service. A proven track record with implementing engaging activities in a college-setting is preferred. Experience with BANNER, Blackboard, and DISCOVERER is preferred.
ASSISTANT TO THE EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
This position will provide executive level administrative assistance for the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs (EVPAA). This position will provide prompt and courteous attention to all internal and external contacts; maintain a professional appearance and atmosphere of the EVPAA's suite; work with EVPAA on all outreach, public relations, and the promotion of Regent University to business leaders, non-profit organizations, and donors; record minutes at Academic Affairs meetings as requested and distribute as necessary; manage the EVPAA's travel, purchase needs, credit card statements, and other administrative oversight duties; assist in preparation of the Board Report and for Board Meetings; maintain the Academic Affairs communications list and submit emails as requested on behalf of the EVPAA; assist the EVP in various tasks, projects, and events; assist in the review of and approval of Faculty and Adjunct Faculty contracts; host meetings in the EVPAA's suite and coordinate events on behalf of Academic Affairs; decides course of action when required including engaging and directing others in order to accomplish tasks; and serve as a representative of Academic Affairs to other functional groups within the University and when working on joint team projects. A bachelor's degree is preferred. Candidate must have three to four years of successful, executive-level, administrative experience. Candidate must have excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, internet, etc.); a proven track record with excellent customer service; a good understanding of process management and a keen ability for problem solving; excellent written and verbal 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 have good listening skills. Experience with university technology such as Blackboard, Genisys, and Banner is preferred.
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.
LEAD MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST
This position will supervise and perform maintenance/repairs to Regent Village facilities to best serve Regent students residing in the Regent Village; will lead and supervise maintenance and repair crews to accomplish all related tasks/projects to high industry standards; will work directly for the Village Maintenance Manager, and as necessary the university's Facility Services Manager, to ensure all job tasks, in-house or outsourced, are completed in a timely, professional and safe manner; will maintain an effective work order system; will execute effective preventative maintenance; will assist in special project coordination and contractor quality control; will expedite material and equipment requisition as needed for job task; will assist in annual inventory of maintenance supplies/equipment; and will assist in training all maintenance staff in proper safety policies and procedures. This position is expected to possess exceptional facility maintenance technical skills. A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent education is required. Candidate must have 3+ years of experience in supervising facility maintenance and repair tasks; be very knowledgeable in the fields of carpentry, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, drywall, and painting; and be able to advise/guide/direct team members in the proper execution of these trades. The ideal candidate must demonstrate good leadership and managerial skills including above average communication skills including oral and written communication skills; must be multi-task oriented, organized, and self-disciplined; must demonstrate the ability to prioritize tasks and work independently when needed; and must lead and motivate team members to achieve excellence in all tasks. Candidate must be 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.
ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR, SCHOOL OF DIVINITY
This position is responsible for managing the application pool for specific programs in the School of Divinity (SOD) and will assist in the development and coordination of admissions processes, services, and personnel in keeping with the overall mission of SOD and Regent University. This position oversee the internal application processing system for all assigned applicants, ensuring maximum completion of applications, maximum yield, and smooth transition from applicant to student; inform prospective students and applicants about programs, application and financial aid procedures, and other items related to successful enrollment; be responsible for regular correspondence (including phone, email, letter) with applicant population; provide excellent customer service to prospects and applicants throughout the application process; carry out the communication plan for students under the direction of the Director of Admissions and program directors; maintain comments in Banner and Inside Sales; assist with recruitment of prospective students through visitation programs, open houses, info sessions, Preview Weekend, etc.; conduct regular online info sessions for prospective students specific to the SOD program; and represent the program at area recruiting events. A bachelor's degree is required; a master's degree in education or related field is preferred. Candidate must have excellent clerical and telephone skills; demonstrate computer literacy in Microsoft Office and email; have prior customer service experience; and excellent proof-reading skills. Work experience in an academic environment is preferred. Prior Banner/Discoverer experience is preferred. Candidate must demonstrate excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; be detail-oriented and multi-task oriented; be a team player; and be able to maintain confidentiality. Candidate must be willing to work flexible hours including occasional evenings and weekends. Candidate must maintain a satisfactory driver history; driving records will be checked annually.
Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL)
The Center for Teaching and Learning promotes teaching and learning as a collaborative process of innovation, inquiry and reflection for faculty at all levels. The instructional designer 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 Christian faith and learning integration; the design and development of curriculum, including course content, objectives, and assessments; utilizing multimedia and other instructional technologies to support instructional objectives. The designer must possess knowledge of adult learning theory and the course design process. This position manages instructional projects, including managing project timelines to deliver high quality and innovative course designs and curriculum; designs graphics for online course materials; and provides stand-up and online workshops. A graduate degree in related field is required (technology, instructional design, education, communication, curriculum, etc.); degrees related to instructional design, computer technology, or education are preferred. Theological knowledge/training for faith integration is preferred. Candidate must have a minimum four years of work experience in instructional design or related field; experience in an academic environment is preferred. Candidate must have proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and with audio/visual/interactive development software. Knowledge of learning management systems, Blackboard experience/expertise 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 on a team to accomplish tasks based on knowledge, experience, and expertise within established principles; a willingness to carry out highly detailed work to completion.
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.
OPERATIONS RESEARCH ANALYST
Enrollment Management (EM)
This position will apply sound analytical methods across all departmental and operational functions for the purpose of helping leadership make appropriate resource allocations, measure performance, develop successful operational and strategic plans, project enrollment, and guide fiscal/budgetary decisions. This position will work closely with EM leadership, external agency partners, and other key internal leaders to conduct analysis measuring effectiveness, assessing ROI, and providing strategic recommendations; to design and/or maintain tracking reports that examine key performance metrics to determine the effectiveness of marketing and enrollment programs in student acquisition; and review and analyze administrative business processes and needs for efficiency, simplification, and automation. This position will utilize standardized reports to track and analyze KPIs, including, but not limited to: enrollment funnel conversion rates, inquiry and student acquisition metrics, channel, campus, and program distributions and conversion rates, and effectiveness of strategic partnerships, recruiting initiatives, and admission events. This position will conduct and manage data analysis and statistical evaluation including daily, weekly, monthly, annual, and ad hoc reports for admissions, financial aid, and related enrollment management departments; collaborate with internal clients to challenge status quo methodologies, formulate data-driven solutions that inform decision making, and develop methods or processes for implementation; respond to data and report requests from university constituencies; stay current on higher education industry trends and benchmarks for key metrics; support EM leadership in developing annual and long-term strategic enrollment plans; and complete other analytical projects and data-related duties as assigned. A master's degree is required. Candidate must have excellent computer skills including knowledge of Banner, Discoverer, and other reporting software. Experience with systems analysis is required. Candidate must be able to develop and implement business processes; have knowledge of budgetary reporting, analysis, and forecasting; and strong finance and accounting experience. Candidate must be well-groomed, articulate, and professional.
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.
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.