Open Positions

Southeastern University is an EO/AA employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age or disability. SEU employs Christians who are compatible with the institution’s mission and statement of faith.

Adjunct Faculty

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Department of Human Services, is looking to develop a pool of adjunct instructors with the following specializations in human services: Gerontology, Children and Family, and Emergency Management.

Essential Qualifications:

  • Doctorate or Master’s degree in Gerontology or
  • Doctorate degree in Children and Family or
  • Doctorate degree in Emergency Management

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REPORTS TO: CHAIR OF COMMUNICATION
DEPT: COMMUNICATION

POSITION SUMMARY
This position is part-time, with no required number of credits taught per academic year, but it is expected that this position will cover 3 credits per semester.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Instruct courses as Fundamentals of Speech
• Other tasks as directed by the Department Chair

QUALIFICATIONS
• Ph.D. or Master’s degree in Communication, Speech, or related field.
• Candidates should have a personal commitment to teach in a Christian University in the Pentecostal tradition and be in agreement with the mission of the University.
• Successful experience as a college instructor and the ability to teach Fundamentals of Speech and related courses.

In addition to the employment application, applicants should also send a resume/cv, cover letter, three letters of reference, statement of faith, and teaching philosophy to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu
Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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REPORTS TO:  CHAIR OF COMMUNICATION

DEPT:  COMMUNICATION

POSITION SUMMARY

This position is part-time, with no required number of credits taught per academic year, but it is expected that this position will cover 3 credits per semester. In addition to his/her teaching responsibilities, the professor may work in conjunction with the Broadcast faculty on Sports Broadcast and related projects.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Instruct such courses as Introduction to Sports Broadcasting
  • Other tasks as directed by the Department Chair

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ph.D. preferred in Communication or related field.  Master’s degree considered.
  • Successful professional experience in the sports broadcast or related field.
  • Candidates should have a personal commitment to teach in a Christian University in the Pentecostal tradition and be in agreement with the mission of the University.
  • Successful experience as a college instructor and the ability to teach Sports Broadcasting and general communication courses.

In addition to the employment application, applicants should also send a resume, cover letter, and teaching philosophy to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

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REPORTS TO:   CHAIR OF COMMUNICATION

DEPT:   COMMUNICATION

POSITION SUMMARY

A part-time position typically covering 6-9 credits per semester with an instructional focus on all facets of technical theatre.  Courses include but are not limited to Theatre Practicum, Intro to Technical Theatre, Fundamentals of Stage Production and Design, Artist in the Church, etc.  In addition to his/her teaching responsibilities, the professor will work in conjunction with the Theatre Professor on two Mainstage Productions.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work in conjunction with the Theatre team on mainstage productions
  • Collaborate to create a shared vision for the theatre program
  • Other tasks as directed by the Department Chair

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ph.D. or MFA preferred in Theatre or arts-related field
  • Successful teaching and/or performing experience in theatre
  • A minimum of 3-5 years as a college instructor and proven ability to teach theatre
  • Credit for AEA
  • Candidates should have a personal commitment to teach in a Christian University in the Pentecostal tradition and be in agreement with the mission of the University.

In addition to the employment application, applicants should also send a resume, cover letter, and teaching philosophy to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Full Time Faculty

This position is pending budget approval.

Teaching Load
Full-time faculty teach 24 semester hours per academic year, usually evenly divided into 12 semester hours in each full semester (fall and spring). Course assignment is made by the Department Chair based primarily on the faculty member’s expertise and academic training. Hours taught in Summer Sessions also count toward teaching load.

Committee Assignments
All full-time faculty are assigned committee seats based on the department in which the faculty work and other needs as deemed appropriate by the Department Chair. Committee work is essential to the workflow and communication process of the campus. The Chair attempts to make sure no one faculty member is overloaded with committee assignments.

Student Advising
All full-time faculty are expected to be academic advisors. Advising may take place at any time throughout the school year, but specific advising weeks are planned by the Academic Office. During those weeks the number of students advised increases significantly.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities
In addition to the general job description which applies to all full-time faculty in the Department of Natural Sciences, the position of Biology professor includes and involves the following specific duties:

Teach at least two courses from the General Biology (Zoology and lab, Ecology and lab, Bioethics, Life Origins, Botany and lab) or Biology/Pre-Med program (Fundamentals of Biology I and II and labs, Human Anatomy & Physiology I and II and labs, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Histology and lab, Microbiology and lab, Developmental Anatomy and lab, Genetics and lab, General Physics I and General Physics II and associated labs, Introduction to Chemistry and lab and Introduction to Physics and lab).

Teach at least one general education science class which could include, but is not limited to, Life Science and lab, Essentials of Anatomy and lab, Physical Science and Physical Science Lab, Introduction to Chemistry and lab, and Introduction to Physics and lab.

Preferred Qualifications
• Previous teaching experience at the university level at an accredited institution
• PhD in Biology or closely related field
• Previous practical experience
• Research publications in scholarly journals
Essential Qualifications
• Candidates must hold a master’s degree in Biology or a closely related field from an accredited university
• Strong interpersonal skills and willingness to work as part of a small, integral team of faculty
• Experience teaching at the undergraduate level
• Willing to teach Anatomy & Physiology courses for both science and nursing programs

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.

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CLASSIFICATION: Faculty

REPORTS TO: Chair, Department of Communication

POSITION SUMMARY:

Southeastern University invites applications and nominations for an assistant professor qualified to teach undergraduate courses in broadcasting pending budget approval. The position is full-time for a ten-month academic year beginning August of 2015. Salary is commensurate with experience and degree held at the time of appointment. A Ph.D. or MFA in the field is preferred, but candidates with an MA in the field will also be considered. Preference is given to applicants with a track record of quality teaching experience and experience in the field of broadcasting.

The faculty member reports to the Department Chair and ultimately to the Dean and the Provost. The normal teaching load is 12 hours per semester. Other duties may include service on committees as assigned by the Chair or Dean, student advising and mentoring, and community activities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: (OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED)

  • Teach face-to-face courses such as Introduction to TV Production, Introduction to Radio, and Digital Video Editing at the undergraduate level
  • Advise and mentor undergraduate students
  • Help review and revise broadcast curriculum
  • Serve on department and university committees
  • Demonstrate professionalism and integrity
  • Perform additional duties and functions as assigned by the Chair

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience mentoring and teaching undergraduate students
  • Evidence of successful experience teaching courses
  • Ability to communicate effectively in classroom environments
  • History of a personal research agenda
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse populations

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Earned doctorate or master’s in broadcasting, communication, or a related field
  • Successful teaching experience in higher education
  • Professional experience working in the broadcasting field
  • Expert skills in editing programs such as Final Cut Pro, After Effects, and Premiere
  • Expert knowledge and skills relating to broadcast equipment and systems
  • Eligibility to work in the U.S.
  • Excellent oral and written language skills
  • Outstanding Christian character
  • Positive recommendations from previous employers and former students
  • Commitment to serve students and the university
  • Interest in improving education at all levels

Compensation: Rank and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application Process: Initially, applicants should send a letter of intent to apply, a curriculum vita, employment application (downloadable from website at http://www.seu.edu/docs/hr/EmploymentApp.pdf), a statement of personal Christian faith, and a statement of teaching philosophy. Following a preliminary screening and approval, the Department of Communication will invite preferred candidates to submit additional information, including three letters of recommendation, official graduate transcripts, course evaluation summaries, a background check, and representative course syllabi. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Human Resources

Southeastern University

1000 Longfellow Blvd.

Lakeland, FL 33801

(863) 667-5248 Fax: (863) 667-5200

hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is an EO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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This position is pending budget approval

Teaching Load:
Full-time faculty teach 24 semester hours per academic year, usually evenly divided into 12 semester hours in each full semester (fall and spring). Course assignment is made by the Department Chair based primarily on the faculty member’s expertise and academic training. Hours taught in Summer Sessions also count toward teaching load.

Committee Assignments:
All full-time faculty are assigned committee seats based on the department in which the faculty work and other needs as deemed appropriate by the Department Chair. Committee work is essential to the workflow and communication process of the campus. The Chair attempts to make sure no one faculty member is overloaded with committee assignments.

Student Advising:
All full-time faculty are expected to be academic advisors. Advising may take place at any time throughout the school year, but specific advising weeks are planned by the Academic Office. During those weeks the number of students advised increases significantly.

In addition to the general job description which applies to all full-time or part-time faculty in the Department of Natural Sciences, the position of chemistry professor includes and involves the following specific duties:

Teach at least two courses from the General Chemistry curriculum (Introduction to Chemistry and lab, Organic Chemistry and lab, Organic Chemistry and lab, Physical Chemistry and Lab or Biochemistry and lab).

Teach at least one general education science class which could include, but is not limited to, Life Science and lab, Physical Science and Physical Science Lab, Introduction to Chemistry and lab, Introduction to Physics and lab, and Forensics Science and lab.

Preferred Qualifications
• Previous teaching experience at the university level at an accredited institution
• PhD in Chemistry or closely related field
• Previous practical experience
• Research publications in scholarly journals

Essential Qualifications
• Candidates must hold a master’s degree in Chemistry or a closely related field from an accredited university
• Strong interpersonal skills and willingness to work as part of a small, integral team of faculty
• Experience teaching at the undergraduate level
• Willing to teach General Chemistry and Physical Chemistry courses

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu
Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.

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The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in English. Additional background in women’s literature, African American literature, British literature from any period after the 16th century, philosophy, literary theory, cultural studies, or writing is preferred. Responsibilities include teaching 12 hours per semester, committee work and/or sponsorships, student advising, scholarly contributions, and support of the overall work of the Department of English and Foreign Languages. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Southeastern University is a four-year, liberal arts Christian university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. It emphasizes integrating faith with higher learning. The campus, located in Lakeland, Florida, between Tampa and Orlando, covers seventy shaded acres and is bordered by two lakes. The University has a total workforce of 300+ employees. Approximately 2,800 students pursue baccalaureate degrees in seven academic departments offering 45 academic majors.

Southeastern University is an EO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Southeastern employs only Christians who are compatible with the institution’s mission and Statement of Faith, and in this regard candidates should be in agreement with and supportive of the Pentecostal heritage of the Assemblies of God and be willing to attend an Assemblies of God congregation.

Applicants should send a letter of application, vita/resume, the Southeastern University employment application (downloadable from website), transcripts (unofficial accepted at application stage), three reference letters or names and current phone numbers of three references, and a statement of philosophy of teaching in a Christian university such as Southeastern to:

Southeastern University
Attn: Human Resources
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
863-667-5248
863-667-5200 fax
hr@seu.edu

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CLASSIFICATION: Faculty
REPORTS TO: Chair, Department of Communication
 

POSITION SUMMARY: 

Southeastern University invites applications and nominations for an assistant professor qualified to teach undergraduate courses in film production. The position is full-time for a ten-month academic year beginning August of 2015. Salary is commensurate with experience and degree held at the time of appointment. A Ph.D. or MFA in the field is preferred, but candidates with an MA in the field will also be considered. Preference is given to applicants with a track record of quality teaching experience and experience in the field of film production. 

The faculty member reports to the Department Chair and ultimately to the Dean and the Provost. The normal teaching load is 12 hours per semester. Other duties may include service on committees as assigned by the Chair or Dean, student advising and mentoring, and community activities. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
(OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED)

• Teach face-to-face courses such as Film Appreciation, Editing for Story, Film History, and Cinematography at the undergraduate level
• Advise and mentor undergraduate students
• Help review and revise film production curriculum
• Serve on department and university committees
• Demonstrate professionalism and integrity
• Perform additional duties and functions as assigned by the Chair
 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Experience mentoring and teaching undergraduate students
• Evidence of successful experience teaching courses
• Ability to communicate effectively in classroom environments
• History of a personal research agenda
• Ability to work effectively with diverse populations
 

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
• Earned doctorate or master’s in film production, digital cinema, or a related field
• Successful teaching experience in higher education
• Professional experience working in the film production field
• Expert skills in editing programs such as Final Cut Pro, After Effects, and Premiere
• Expert knowledge and skills relating to film production equipment and systems
• Eligibility to work in the U.S.
• Excellent oral and written language skills
• Outstanding Christian character
• Positive recommendations from previous employers and former students
• Commitment to serve students and the university
• Interest in improving education at all levels
 

Compensation: Rank and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

Application Process: Initially, applicants should send a letter of intent to apply, a curriculum vita, employment application (downloadable from website at http://www.seu.edu/docs/hr/EmploymentApp.pdf ), a statement of personal Christian faith, and a statement of teaching philosophy. Following a preliminary screening and approval, the Department of Communication will invite preferred candidates to submit additional information, including three letters of recommendation, official graduate transcripts, course evaluation summaries, a background check, and representative course syllabi. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. 

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

 Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248  
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu 
 

Southeastern University is an EO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

 

 

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REPORTS TO:  Chair of Department of Mathematics

Southeastern University invites applications and nominations of candidates for Assistant Professor of Mathematics beginning in August 2015. This is a 10 month (August to May) teaching appointment.This position is pending budget approval for 2015 – 16.

POSITION SUMMARY 

Full-time faculty teach 24 semester hours per academic year, usually evenly divided into 12 semester hours in each full semester (fall and spring).  Course assignment is made by the Department Chair based primarily on the faculty member’s expertise and academic training.  Hours taught in Summer Sessions also count toward teaching load.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

(Other Duties May Be Assigned)

The position of Mathematics professor includes the following specific duties:

  • Teach at least one section of mathematics listed in the Mathematics major.
  • Teach at least three general education mathematics courses each semester which would include any of the following; Developmental Math, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Liberal Arts Math I, Liberal Arts Math II, and Introduction to Probability and Statistics

Other duties require service on committees as assigned by the Chair or Dean and student advising.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Master’s Degree in Mathematics

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vita/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5249
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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REPORTS TO: Chair/Director of Nursing and College Dean

College of Natural and Health Sciences

Department of Nursing 

POSITION SUMMARY

Position is full-time pending budget approval.  Requires a teaching load of 24 hours per academic year. In addition to his/her teaching responsibilities, the professor will serve on committees as assigned and fulfill additional functions as assigned by the Chair/Director or dean. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (others duties may be assigned

  • classroom and clinical teaching
  • simulation Lab responsibilities
  • committee responsibilities as designated
  • program development responsibilities that correlate with level of experience
  • attendance at required university functions
  • chapel attendance as able, related to teaching schedule
  • student advising after first semester of teaching 

PREFERRED/ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • doctorate in nursing or related field required
  • successful professional experience of at least five (5) years in the areas of medical-surgical, critical care and/or community nursing required
  • successful professional experience in the areas of psychiatric, maternal-child and pediatric nursing is desired.
  • successful professional experience in nursing education preferred
  • rank commensurate with level of Nursing education experience
  • personal commitment to teach in a Christian university and be in agreement with the mission of southeastern university

Application Process: Initially applicants should send a letter of intent to apply, a curriculum vita, employment application (downloadable from website at http://www.seu.edu/docs/hr/EmploymentApp.pdf ).  Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200

hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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REPORTS TO: Chair/Director of Nursing and College Dean

College of Natural and Health Sciences

Department of Nursing 

POSITION SUMMARY

Position is full-time pending budget approval.  Requires a teaching load of 24 hours per academic year. In addition to his/her teaching responsibilities, the professor will serve on committees as assigned and fulfill additional functions as assigned by the Chair/Director or dean. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (others duties may be assigned

  • Classroom and Clinical Teaching
  • Simulation Lab responsibilities
  • Committee responsibilities as designated
  • Program development responsibilities that correlate with level of experience
  • Attendance at required university functions
  • chapel attendance as able, related to teaching schedule
  • student advising after first semester of teaching 

PREFERRED/ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • master’s degree in nursing required
  • doctorate in nursing or related field preferred
  • successful professional experience of at least five (5) years in the areas of medical-surgical, critical care and/or community nursing required
  • successful professional experience in the areas of psychiatric, maternal-child and pediatric nursing is desired.
  • successful professional experience in nursing education preferred
  • rank commensurate with level of Nursing education experience
  • personal commitment to teach in a Christian university and be in agreement with the mission of southeastern university

Application Process: Initially applicants should send a letter of intent to apply, a curriculum vita, employment application (downloadable from website at http://www.seu.edu/docs/hr/EmploymentApp.pdf ).  Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200

hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Southeastern University invites applications and nominations for an instructor to teach undergraduate courses in history, including the survey courses in Western Civilization and United States history. Applicants must be committed to teaching in both traditional classroom and online delivery formats.

The position is full-time for a ten-month academic year beginning August of 2015 contingent on funding. Salary is commensurate with experience and degree held at the time of appointment. Candidates who hold a graduate degree in history will be considered. Preference is given to applicants with teaching experience and a track record of published scholarship.

The faculty member reports to the Department Chair and ultimately to the Provost. The normal teaching load is 12 hours per semester. Other duties may include service on committees as assigned by the Chair or Dean, student advising and mentoring, and community activities.

Applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vita/resume, names and contact information for three references, and the Southeastern University employment application to Human Resources (see contact information below). Qualified applicants invited to be interviewed will also need to submit to a background check and provide letters of reference, official transcripts, and evidence of effective teaching abilities.

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu
Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.Southeastern University is an EO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Southeastern employs only Christians who are compatible with the institution’s mission and Statement of Faith, and in this regard candidates should be in agreement with and supportive of the mission of the university and faith heritage of the Assemblies of God.

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Staff

REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC ADVISING

NORMAL WORK AREA: OFFICE OF ACADEMIC ADVISING

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED

Bachelor’s degree in one of the academic areas of the university

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING

1. Personal faith commitment appropriate to that of a Christian university
2. Demonstrate ability to counsel and advise students
3. Organizational skills, a strong, self-starting work ethic, ability to work well under pressure
4. Experience in using Jenzabar EX, InfoMaker or other reporting software. The desire to learn and train on emerging databases and information systems will be required.
5. Experience in college professional environment (student life, administration, teaching) is an asset.

TRAINING TIME

12 months, includes on the job training.

DUTIES AND OTHER JOB RELATED ACTIVITIES

1. Perform academic advising, maintain advising files on assigned students, and facilitate the delivery of advising during pre-registration, registration and special recruitment functions.

2. Perform preliminary audits for prospective students within a specific time frame determined by supervisor. Identify appropriate course substitutions and waivers, and collaborate with deans, chairs, and the Registrar to facilitate completion of degrees for legacy students.

3. Perform graduation audits and summaries for each senior who is preparing to graduate. Check the audits of other advisors. Contact the students with final requirements on the audit summary. Communicate with staff and faculty advisors, deans, chairs, and registrar staff to finalize these audits for students.

4. Follow and communicate academic policies to students and professors, such as waivers and substitutions, transient policy, religion courses required, attendance policies, etc.

5. Participate in group efforts to facilitate communications between departments across campus concerning students’ needs and academic advising and progress toward earning their degrees.

6. Facilitate efficient student advising and development through orientations, academic college/departmental advising seminars, advisement meetings and retention programs or initiatives.

7. Assist Director of Academic Advising in maintaining and updating institutional requirements within the Jenzabar AV module.

8. Perform any other tasks as assigned by the supervisor.

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.

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CLASSIFICATION: Part-time Hourly
REPORTS TO: Library Assistant Director

POSITION SUMMARY:
Provides reference assistance to users of the Steelman Library during evening and weekend hours. This is a ten-month position.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
(OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED)
• Answers reference questions.
• Assists students and other users with the use of the databases and catalog.
• May provide bibliographic instruction and information literacy training to classes which meet in the evening.
• Assists in carrying out library surveys.
• May be asked to do special projects.
• Assists circulation supervisors with circulation desk duties if necessary. Provides a backup in case of difficult situations.
• Provides appropriate statistics including written reports if called for.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s Degree in library science
• Experience providing reference service
• Familiarity with library databases and citation formats
• Experience with library outreach activities

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree
• Customer service skills
• Fluency in computer applications such as word processing and online searching
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills and familiarity with academic writing conventions
• Must be able to work Sunday through Thursday 7-11 p.m.

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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REPORTS TO:  Grounds Supervisor

POSITION SUMMARY:

  • Requires physical work on all grounds projects as well as the daily operations, and any other grounds needs that requires physical labor and manual lifting.
  • Provides day-to-day coordination of maintenance of physical grounds in a clean and aesthetically appealing manner.
  • Establishes and maintains cooperative and effective working relationships with university personnel and with outside contractors.
  • Works with outside contractors as it relates to the grounds of the university.
  • Helps to supervise student workers assigned to grounds area on their day-to-day assignments.
  • Actively surveys, on a regular basis, the overall condition of grounds and associated turf, trees, irrigation, and landscaping to identify areas that may require regular and/or additional attention.
  • Works with Grounds Supervisor to establish the next day’s activities and schedule.
  • Maintains and updates equipment and materials inventory logs.
  • Ensures adequate water supply for successful planting and growth of new and existent foliage and lawns.
  • Maintains irrigation systems.
  • Assists the Grounds Supervisor in the preparation of specifications for bids and quotations for grounds projects.
  • Works with heavy machinery with moving parts, chemicals, dust, and outside weather conditions which may include inclement weather and high or low temperature conditions.
  • Lifts and moves supplies, equipment, and material, as needed, up to 100 pounds; bends, crawls, or climbs as required.
  • Responsible for appropriate application of pest control with knowledge of practices, procedures, and methods.
  • Listens and comprehends written instructions and follows oral and written directions.
  • Organizes, conveys, and presents ideas and data clearly, concisely, and accurately in written and oral presentations.
  • Maintains physical activity over prolonged periods of time.
  • Drives a light truck, tractor, forklift, mowers, and operates all other grounds light duty equipment with skill and ability.
  • Inspects condition of athletic fields and provides for their care and maintenance.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Knowledge of principles and practices of general management; methods, material, and equipment used in grounds maintenance; safe work practices, and health and safety regulations and procedures; operations of a wide variety of heavy or light grounds equipment and of hand and power tools.
  • Experience working with landscape equipment such as mowers, weed eaters, pole saws, irrigation timers and all other components of irrigation.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High school graduate.
  • Three years of directly related experience in horticulture or landscape maintenance.

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vita/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

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CLASSIFICATION:              Full Time Salaried

REPORTS TO:                     Executive Director of University Advancement

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position reports to the Executive Director of University Advancement and exists to proactively identify, cultivate and solicit major gifts for Southeastern University. As a key member of the Advancement team, this person will seek to build long-term relationships with donors and prospects that believe in Southeastern’s mission and desire to influence culture through investing in Southeastern’s programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

(OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED)

  • Moves donors from Acquisition to Solicitation by developing key relationships with individuals, corporations and foundations.
  • Meets annual solicitation goals through various giving opportunities including academic centers, other academic projects (professorships, chairs, research), along with other needs of the comprehensive campaign (i.e. Annual Fund, Center for Science and Health, Scholarships, Facilities, etc.).
  • Establishes an intentional treatment stream/strategy for each constituent that aligns with the Philosophy of Stewardship & Resource Development at Southeastern University.
  • Accurately and regularly record all actions and key information in the Salesforce (CRM).
  • Utilizes Department resources for the cultivation and solicitation of gifts. These include:
    • Events
    • Participates as a cooperative and contributing member of the team within the Advancement Division.
    • Engages all Portfolio constituents in solicitation for the Annual Fund, as part of Major Donor cultivation.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.Print, Electronic, and Media Promotion
    • Research, Queries, and Reports (from Salesforce)
    • Networking and “Third Party” participation

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree in related field
  • Higher education experience in major gift development

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Five or more years direct major gift solicitation experience
  • Demonstrated record of financial productivity
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Familiar with computerized donor tracking
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Full agreement with Southeastern’s Philosophy of Stewardship
  • Ability to travel 30-40% of the time

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5249
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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REPORTS TO: SEU CENTRAL COORDINATOR

NORMAL WORK AREA: SEU CENTRAL OFFICE

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED

1. High school graduate; some college preferred

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING

1. Excellent verbal Communication skills
2. Knowledge of Microsoft Office software
3. Strong interpersonal, customer service and organizational skills
4. Highly energetic, self starter able to work independently

WORK SCHEDULE

1. Monday – Friday 9:00am-5:30pm and an occasional Saturday
or
2. Tuesday – Friday 9:00am-6:00pm and Saturday 10:00am-3:00pm

DUTIES AND OTHER JOB RELATED ACTIVITIES

1. Reports to the SEU Central Coordinator for those areas relating to the recruitment of prospective students to Southeastern University
2. Work as part of a recruitment team to positively impact enrollment
3. Introduce prospective students to Southeastern University by providing detailed information on the telephone
4. Complete a minimum number of recruiting calls each day worked as determined by Supervisor
5. Update information on prospective students in the university information database
6. Encourage prospective students to visit campus, attend events and complete enrollment application
8. Answer calls from the queue in a timely manner
9. Ensure calls are handled properly
10. Provide information to customers by verifying understanding of request, answering questions and offering assistance
11. Improve quality results by evaluating processes and recommending changes
12. Update job knowledge by participating in university training program
13. Perform other duties as requested and able

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Position Summary

The Security Officer serves Southeastern University to provide a safe environment for the campus community by discharging standard institutional security operational functions.  Openings for all three shifts.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills
  • Suitable judgment and decision making skills
  • Prior experience in a related Security field

Essential Qualifications:

  • High School Graduate
  • Security Class D License
  • Able to stand for extended periods of time
  • Able to walk the campus area
  • Able to lift 30-45 lbs.

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vita/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.

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Division:                                 Enrollment Management

Department:                          Student Financial Services

Supervisor:                             Director, Student Financial Services

Status:                                    Full-time

Summary: To assist students and families proactively in affording an education at SEU by optimizing funding from federal, state, and institutional resources within the framework of established federal/state/institution regulations and policies.

Essential Functions:

  • Have working knowledge of federal/state financial assistance regulations and SEU policies in awarding financial aid to ensure compliance and audit requirements
  • Respond to forwarded e-mails and voice mail messages within 24 hours
  • Provide information and advice to students and prospective students as well as their families on institutional, state, and federal financial aid programs, and payment plans administered by the university
  • Determine eligibility (including satisfactory academic progress) and award various types of federal, state, and institutional assistance in full compliance with federal and state regulations, university policies, and audit requirements
  • Coordinate scholarships (with federal/state/SEU awards) from both SEU and off-campus sources
  • Notify students regarding financial assistance eligibility
  • Communicate with students and their families regarding student accounts information when necessary
  • Advise students and their families of payment plan options
  • NSLDS transfer monitoring submissions
  • Represent Financial Aid at undergrad and grad orientation sessions and open house meetings when necessary
  • Provide superior customer service to students and their families

Secondary Functions:

  • Evaluate and make independent decisions (with assistance from Director) in relation to unusual cases and/or special requests
  • Present Student Financial Services information sessions on campus
  • Assist Verification Coordinator when necessary
  • Assist Direct Lending Coordinator when necessary
  • Special projects and additional duties as assigned by the Executive Director or the Director of Student Financial Services to enhance the level of service and commitment to students, their families, and SEU 

Skills/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum three years of financial aid or related experience is preferred
  • Proven customer service skills and enthusiasm for providing exceptional service to diverse populations including undergraduate and graduate students, parents, staff, faculty, and other constituencies
  • Sensitivity to the financial concern and stress of students and their families, and an aptitude for explaining complex financial information in terms that are easily understood and enhance the student/parent experience
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, organization, time-management and analytical skills
  • Experience in multi-tasking and detailed operations
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to stressful circumstances and difficult students/parents
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively towards the optimum delivery of service to students/parents
  • Working knowledge of federal and state regulations regarding student financial assistance preferred
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products
  • Flexibility in work schedule to accommodate limited evening and weekend hours
  • Preference given to candidates with PowerFAIDS and Jenzabar software experience

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 667-5248
Fax: (863) 667-5200
hr@seu.edu

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Student Positions

Contact:  Megan Farmer
863-667-5128
mlfarmer@seu.edu
ACE/Mod 5

Facilitators needed in the areas of Accounting, Greek, Math, Music, and Science.

Description:
Facilitator will tutor students in Gen Ed subject areas as well as in the facilitator’s major. Tutoring occurs in individual and group settings. Facilitator must also complete documentation regarding his/her work with students.

Requirements:
Hours range from 5-20 hrs/wk depending on need. Facilitator must carry a high GPA (3.85 to 4.0) in desired subject area, and an overall 3.5 GPA. A facilitator must have completed at least 45 credit hours.

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Contact:  Rebecca. S. Williamson

Academic Support Specialist

Academic Center for Enrichment

(863) 667-5254

SEU and CWS

The Academic Center for Enrichment is accepting applications for the student worker position of Office Assistant.  

Department: Center for Student Success                                             

Office: Academic Center for Enrichment                                             

Position: Student Worker – Office Assistant                       

Direct Supervisor: Rebecca Williamson

Required Qualifications

  • ·         Undergraduate Southeastern Student
  • ·         Overall 3.0 GPA

Office Assistant Job Duties:

  • ·         Serves students by acting as the receptionist; answering questions; forwarding messages; scheduling tutoring sessions.
  • ·         Forwards information by receiving and distributing communications; collecting and emailing correspondence; recording information.
  • ·         Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities and training.
  • ·         Enhances organization’s reputation by accepting ownership and providing professional, friendly customer service.
  • ·         Provides spiritual encouragement to the SEU community by promoting hope, respect, and understanding to each individual. 

Preferred Skills and Qualifications:

  • ·         MS Office Suite (Outlook)
  • ·         Telephone Skills
  • ·         Verbal Communication
  • ·         Written Communication
  • ·         Dependability
  • ·         Attention to Detail
  • ·         Multi-tasking
  • ·         Customer Service
  • ·         Typing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Contact: Mary Ann Foreman
Location: A114

Students will be working a phone-a-thon beginning May 11th. The length of the position is to be determined.

The Advancement Phone-a-thon team members will reach out to SEU alumni about the new alumni affinity program – SEU O2. This position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, a problem-solving mentality, and the ability to think quickly in a fast-paced environment. Working on the Phone-a-thon team is a great opportunity to develop communication, fundraising, and public relations skills.

Responsibilities and Duties
• Thorough knowledge of the alumni O2 program.
• Call alumni to inform them of the SEU O2 benefits program and to help them join the program.
• Must be sales oriented and results driven.
• Work together with other callers in a team-oriented environment.
• Commit to a minimum of 20 hours (4 hours a day) for (6-8 weeks).
• Arrive on time to scheduled calling sessions, including some weekends.
• Must possess a positive and charismatic attitude on the phone.
• Handle personal information with extreme confidentiality.
• Have a good time and make new friends!

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Contact: Jason Roth
Location: Facilities Building

Will work 29 hours a week for the summer.

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Rebekah Richardson

rjrichardson@seu.edu

SEU Positions

Tuscana Ristorante will be hiring student workers to work in food services for the Fall 2014 semester.  There is an assortment of jobs for 3-4 hours shifts throughout a seven-day work week.

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Contact: Grace Veach
Location: Steelman Library

POSITION SUMMARY:
Provides reference assistance to users of the Steelman Library during evening and weekend hours. This is a ten-month position.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
(OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED)
• Answers reference questions.
• Assists students and other users with the use of the databases and catalog.
• May provide bibliographic instruction and information literacy training to classes which meet in the evening.
• Assists in carrying out library surveys.
• May be asked to do special projects.
• Assists circulation supervisors with circulation desk duties if necessary. Provides a backup in case of difficult situations.
• Provides appropriate statistics including written reports if called for.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Experience providing reference service
• Familiarity with library databases and citation formats
• Experience with library outreach activities

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree
• Customer service skills
• Fluency in computer applications such as word processing and online searching
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills and familiarity with academic writing conventions
• Must be able to work Sunday through Thursday 7-11 p.m.

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Contact: Kenneth Stephens
Location: Spence 228

The Department of Human Services is seeking a Graduate/Assistant Student working on a graduate degree in Human Services . Student must be able to work Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Student must be flexible.

Duties will include but are not limited to the following:

• Assist the department chair and other faculty
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Ability to manage multiple projects and timelines.
• Ability to speak publicly and conduct group presentations.
• Ability to work effectively independently and within teams.
• Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office software (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, and Publisher).
• Knowledge of Internet/online research applications and general communication technology (email, phone, fax, etc.).
• Assist with classroom assignments
• Assist with scheduling and administrative paperwork
• Monitor cohorts and act as the liaison for interns and campus sites
• Reproduce or generate presentation materials
• Maintain resource directories
• Assist with finalizing contracts for placements
• Other duties as assigned

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CLASSIFICATION: 20 hours
REPORTS TO: Writing Program Administrator
DEPT: English & Foreign Languages

POSITION SUMMARY:
The WAC Assistant provides clerical and administrative assistance to the Writing Program Administrator.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Under the direction of the WPA, the Assistant:
(OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED)

• Builds faculty development courses on Moodle.
• Assists with the evaluation of faculty certification portfolios.
• Assists faculty in preparing courses to be taught as Writing Intensive courses.
• Works with Deans, Chairs, and Registrar to schedule Writing Intensive classes.
• Answers questions about the WAC initiative.
• Assists with writing assessment projects.
• Other duties as assigned.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• English major
• Graduate study in Rhetoric and Composition
• Experience with Moodle
• Teaching experience

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
• College degree
• Excellence in written and interpersonal communication

Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to:

Grace Veach located in the Steelman library.

Southeastern University is a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Assemblies of God. Candidates must be compatible with the institution’s Christian mission and purpose. Women, minorities and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.

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Contact: Jennifer Ortiz
Location: Facilities

-day shift openings
-night shift openings
-Some shifts consist of cleaning buildings
-some shifts consist of warehouse work-stocking, pulling orders, making deliveries, picking up trash (this job requires a valid drivers license)
-Top out hours are 29 a week

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Applicants should send a completed employment application along with cover letter with vitae/resume to

Human Resources
Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, Florida 33801