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Manager - Digital Publishing* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Digital Publishing Manager (DPM) manages established and forthcoming production services for open access publishing and digital archiving in the library, including e-journal and e-book hosting platforms such as OJS, PressBooks, print-on-demand services, and others through effective project management, production workflow, and user support. The Digital Publishing Manager is part of the Digital Scholarship Initiatives unit ( and is responsible for managing the daily publishing operations and seeing projects to completion including tasks such as document modelling, text-structure cleanup processes and metadata creation. Monitors and integrates emerging trends and best practices in the digital publishing environment; and assists in developing and administering innovative and sustainable publishing services that support the sharing and preservation of digital scholarship. Collaborates across the library and with MTSU campus partners, journal editors, and potential authors to create, disseminate, and preserve digital scholarly materials. Serves as a subject matter expert in digital publishing and provides continuous evaluation of processes to increase efficiency and operational practices. Provides consultation and publishing software technical support for editors and creators of digital content. Provides support and training for journal editors, repository coordinators, and authors on their respective publishing platforms.
Director, Information Security, Vulnerability Management and Monitoring Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Director, Information Security, Vulnerability Management and Monitoring reports to the Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer. Primary role will be supporting the duties of the Information Security Office, specifically vulnerability scanning and monitoring, and mentoring junior security analysts to increase security knowledge and skills. Candidate should be familiar with fundamental concepts of security architecture and design, identity management, risk assessment, compliance, application security, community outreach, PCI-DSS and security awareness training. Expected to assist in projects, conduct vulnerability assessments and represent the logical and physical security interests for the University's information systems and electronic information assets in a variety of settings. Participate in departmental on call rotation and perform other related duties as assigned.
Director - Dyslexia Services* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Direct all aspects and functions of the Center for Dyslexia in support of the Center's goals under the direction of the Chair of Excellence in Dyslexic Studies. Direct responsibility for the coordination of workshops, outreach events, and testing services. Responsible for the Center budget and finances. Responsible for coordination and development of funding and grants to support the operation of the Center. Support and contribute to research developed by the Chair of Excellence in Dyslexic Studies and perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Assistant Coach 1 - Track & Cross Country Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Work directly with the Head men's and women's track and cross country coach to organize and administer all aspects of our NCAA Division I men's and women's track and cross country programs. Essential duties: day to day coaching of assigned student athletes; individual skill instruction, recruiting academically sound and competitive student athletes; scheduling to enhance NCAA championship opportunities; organize and arrange team travel plans; oversee and promote compliance of NCAA rules among staff, student athletes and representatives of athletic interest; serve as a positive role model for the student athletes and budgeting assigned funds for track and cross country programs. The incumbent will oversee on and off campus recruiting, assist with meet preparations and player improvements. The Incumbent will work to enhance image of the university, promote positive community relations.
Specialist - Recording Industry IT* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Responsible for all information technology within the Department of Recording Industry that is not governed by the campus Information Technology Division (ITD).
Coordinator - Athletic Compliance* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Assist the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance develop, monitor and oversee all aspects of NCAA compliance for 17 NCAA Division I athletic programs. Essential tasks include: assist to investigate infractions of NCAA rules; assist with the implementation of a comprehensive rules education program; monitor all NCAA documentation required from the coaches for the operation of the athletic program. Serve as a member of the athletic compliance committee; assist to monitor athletics observance of NCAA legislation areas such as personnel, amateurism, recruiting, eligibility, financial aid, awards and benefits and playing and practice. Research and interpret rules for coaches, student-athletes, administrators, university staff and other representatives of athletic interest. Assist with the university's continued commitment to a quality NCAA Division I compliance program that is educational, cooperative and professional in nature; attend NCAA regional rules seminars and Conference USA meetings to remain current of the NCAA and legislative changes and perform related projects as assigned. Serve as a member of the Minority and Equity Athletic Committees. Ensure Athletics compliance of NCAA legislation in areas that include recruiting, initial and continuing eligibility, financial aid, extra benefits, awards, housing and playing and practice sessions. Perform other related tasks or special projects as assigned.
Student Services Manager - Aerospace* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Coordinates with the Director of Aerospace Airport Operations with project and program management, including oversight of flight operations, instructor management, student management, and flight training dispatch functions. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Coordinator - Athletic Eligibility* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
This position assists the Athletic Eligibility Coordinator with numerous tasks, such as reviewing academic eligibility of new freshman and transfer students, preparing reports, performing data entry, and assisting with admission questions. This position works closely with other offices on campus such as Athletics, Undergraduate Admissions, and the Student-Athlete Enhancement Center.
Senior Specialist - Web Developer* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
James E. Walker library seeks a talented individual to work as a Web Developer in the Collections Development and Management department. The web developer provides the support and development of web applications for the library, focusing on the main library's website on LibGuides CMS, as well as the maintenance of related sites in content management systems, such as Drupal and WordPress. There may be additional opportunities to work with the library's integrated library system (FOLIO), discovery systems (VuFind, EBSCO Discovery Service), and other custom web projects.
Coordinator - Strategic Communications* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
This position serves as the technical lead in implementation, analysis, and evolution of electronic communication efforts; is the primary internal contact for the CRM system for Admissions and Recruitment; is responsible for training the recruiters to use the system, pull reports, target communications with students, and assess efficacy of communications and makes changes as necessary. The Coordinator manages media content for the video boards in the Student Services and Admissions Center; implements strategic use of technology in recruitment such as video chats, chat bot technology, virtual & online events, email communications; surveys attendees of events or tours for overall satisfaction; manages online event registration CMS; social networking, and photography; ensures the security of data and compliance with University standards and policy.
Executive Assistant - Theatre & Dance* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Provide secretarial, clerical and technical support to the chair of the Theatre & Dance department. Greet and assist visitors, assist majors and minors, and faculty for the department of Theatre and Dance; answer general questions and/or refer to the proper person. Answer the main department telephone; create and maintain departmental files; execute daily financial transactions; monitor and reconcile department budgets; coordinate the execution of contracts for guest artists/faculty; oversee all hiring paperwork for adjunct faculty and hourly employees; oversee course scheduling for all areas of department. Compile and process student evaluations, maintain key and computer inventories, submit work orders, collect and distribute mail, coordinate daily office operations and assist department faculty as time permits. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Administrative Assistant 3 - Mathematical Sciences Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Provide support to students, faculty, and Chair in the department of Mathematical Sciences. Greet visitors, answer questions, and direct to appropriate resources. Answer phone and respond to emails. Coordinate with departmental faculty and local high schools to arrange informational and recruiting visits. Maintain the department website. Coordinate administration of common finals. Coordinate logistics for regional mathematics contest. Work with faculty coordinators to develop work assignments for tutoring labs. Cross train to provide assistance as required in the absence of other department secretarial staff. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Accountant 1 - College of Graduate Studies* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Provide support to the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies and the Associate Dean of the College of Graduate Studies in the efforts to increase graduate recruitment, admissions, retention, and graduation at MTSU. Support these efforts through budget processes, budget reporting, and continuous budget process improvements. Process University-wide graduate assistantships. Perform other related duties and special projects as assigned.
Nurse (10 month position)* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
As a Registered Nurse at MTSU Student Health Services, you will perform such duties as (but not limited to) • Assisting with physical examinations • Administering medications • Recording patient history • EKGs • PFTs • Perform limited laboratory procedures according to medical protocols • Maintain and clean supplies and equipment for use by health personnel
Advisor - College of Media & Entertainment* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as part of the advising team to provide academic guidance for Media and Entertainment students. Advisors work with the following groups of students: Traditional Students, Prescribed Students, Undeclared Students, Transfer Students and Traditional Students. Traditional advisors will work with students from the point of matriculation to graduation. The primary role of a traditional advisor is to provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses and determining appropriate education solutions for different types of students. The traditional advisor will monitor student progression and intervene as necessary to ensure students stay on track for graduation. The traditional advisor is responsible for the retention of the students assigned to them and will have regular contact with the students to ensure they are aware of available interventions that could help the student succeed. This position will be responsible for maintaining accurate student records using internal student tracking software to support the retention strategies and evaluate student progress and satisfaction. The Advisor will perform related tasks and special projects as assigned. Note: a flexible work schedule is required to accommodate student requests for advising after traditional work hours.
Maintenance Lead Worker (Search Extended)* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Work performed in a variety of skilled maintenance tasks including carpentry, painting, plumbing, electrical, masonry, and other related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision and reports to the Assistant Director, Housing Facilities.
Coordinator - Events* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Plan and implement tasks to coordinate events in the Murphy Center Complex. Essential tasks include: represent the University in an administrative capacity during assigned events; train and supervise student employees; track event reservations and maintain event updates via scheduling software; perform other related tasks and projects as assigned. Required to work nights, weekends, and holidays as assigned.
Event Technician* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Lead and assist a crew to prepare for and facilitate events in the Murphy Center Complex (MCC). Essential tasks include: prepare for events in Murphy Center Complex facilities by setting up equipment such as staging, pipe/drape, tables and chairs. Assist MCC administrator during assigned events by unlocking or locking building, setting up or breaking down equipment, and leading event service staff such as parking attendants. Train, schedule, and supervise student and/or temporary employees. Assemble any equipment purchased for MCC. Monitor safety and cleanliness of facilities during event. Perform repairs on equipment within the Murphy Center Complex which includes arena seats, replacing ceiling tiles, tables, chairs, staging and other items if needed. Perform other duties as assigned.
Assistant Coach 1 - Women's Soccer (Search Extended) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Middle Tennessee State University, a Division I institution, member of the Conference USA, invites applications for the position of Assistant Women's Soccer Coach. Essential duties include but are not limited to: assist the Head Coach with day to day coaching of student athletes; individual skill instruction; recruiting academically sound and competitive student athletes; scheduling to enhance championship opportunities; organizing and arranging team travel plans; overseeing and promoting camps; compliance with NCAA rules among staff and student athletes; budgeting assigned funds; and serve as an ambassador of the university and a valued member of the community. Assist the University's Head Women's Soccer Coach organize and administer all aspects of the NCAA Division I women's soccer program: assist in all phases of the development of a quality NCAA Division I soccer program that will be competitive on the field and in the classroom within NCAA guidelines and in a professional manner. Make public appearances and speak at civic events within the community. Remain current on changes and enhancements in the sport of soccer sport. Expected to know and follow NCAA rules and regulations and successfully pass the recruiting test each year to recruit for the university. NCAA Compliance documentation will be completed accurately and turned in to the compliance office in a timely fashion.
Secretary 3 - Student Athlete Enhancement Center (Search Extended)* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as office manager and personal secretary to the director and provide clerical support for the Student Athlete Enhancement Center. Monitor front desk and computer lab operations; manage staff calendars; make travel arrangements; submit facilities work orders; coordinate student worker payroll; maintain office supplies and make purchases; reconcile and monitor budgets. Perform other related tasks as assigned.

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