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Office Coordinator - Athletics Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Perform a variety of administrative tasks and functions pertaining to daily office operations of the Blue Raider Athletic Association (BRAA). Duties include but are not limited to: effectively organize, perform, and manage administrative office duties for the Associate Athletic Director/Chief Development Officer of the BRAA; with an emphasis on communicating clearly and professionally, and handle scheduling and logistics of his/her calendar. Assist other members of the BRAA team in implementing office procedures and programs for the BRAA development office. Establish and oversee procedures for the prompt processing and acknowledgment of gifts and donations, ensuring that donors receive timely and accurate receipts and thank-you communications. Draft, review, and prioritize the delivery of donor acknowledgement letters, ensuring that all communications are clear, professional, and accurate. Coordinate and produce correspondence with BRAA membership, alumni, board members and maintain BRAA membership roster; Assist the Coordinator of Operations in planning, organizing, and coordinating BRAA events and programs; receive incoming phone calls and provide information; assist to solicit donor and coordinate volunteers for programs and events and attend BRAA programs/events. Perform a variety of administrative tasks and functions pertaining to daily office operations of the Baseball program. Duties include but are not limited to: organize, coordinate and perform administrative office duties to assist the Head Baseball coach and his staff in implementing office procedures and programs for the Baseball program and office. Coordinate and produce correspondence with recruits, alumni, and travel companies and receive incoming phone calls and provide information.
Coordinator - Tours and Events Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Responsible for the on-campus experience of prospective students and guests from their registration through the evaluation of campus tours and visits. Schedule and organize special group tours. Lead a large team of student staff, training them on excellent customer service and approved responses to inquiries. Schedule student staff to ensure adequate tour coverage dependent on what events are scheduled and number of guests on campus. Assists with the selection, training, scheduling, and evaluation of the Blue Elite and Elite Azul tour guides. Assist with design and implementation of events and programs to support student recruitment including True Blue 100, Special Tours, and collaborations with academic and student involvement departments. Respond to questions and counsel prospective students and their parents. Serve as liaison with faculty, departments, and staff involved in the admissions visit process. Requires a frequently adjusted schedule including evening, weekend and extended work hours. The Coordinator for Tours and Events will work in conjunction with the New Student and Family Program staff to ensure a seamless transition from prospective students to enrolled students.
Marketing Coordinator - CVS Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Marketing Coordinator for Creative and Visual Services helps support the department's team of designers, content producers, photographers, and printing staff by verifying information, communicating with clients, providing quotes, assigning projects to staff, locating and collaborating with outside human and other resources, and providing the administrative services to keep the department's activities on schedule and within budget. The coordinator represents the department in meetings and is the primary backup for the director for critical functions such as customer communications, overseeing the assignment of creative and marketing projects. This role assures time and resources are accounted for accurately for billing. The coordinator must establish and maintain lasting relationships with clients, other staff, division-wide peers, campus partners, and outside vendors; and must identify which partners to collaborate with on particular projects. The coordinator works closely with the Printing Director, the Market Development Consultant, and the Blue Print lead worker to ensure smooth transition of projects from design through print production. The coordinator helps protect the office's income, monitors quality control, and balances competing work priorities for staff.
Assistant Coach 1 - Strength & Conditioning Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach will assist the Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning and the Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach with general oversight of the Strength and Conditioning Program for the university's 17 NCAA Division I sports. Essential tasks include but are not limited: assist with day to day operation of the facility; oversee assigned sports programs which include but will not be limited to women's basketball, Women's volleyball, and women's soccer; develop sport specific workouts; and work directly with student athletes and the coaching staffs to develop, illustrate, oversee, and document the progress of the student athletes' physical fitness and conditioning. Provide oversight of nutritional supplements and nutrition; serve as a liaison to Compliance Office for additions or deletions to the athletic rosters; serve as a positive role model for the athletes; work to enhance community relations and perform other related duties or projects as assigned.
Relief Operator Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Perform preventative maintenance tasks on support equipment to hot water heating systems throughout the campus. On occasion the Relief operator will be assigned a shift to operate, maintain, and adjust boilers, turbines, pumps, compressors, and other ancillary related equipment for a centralized boiler plant at a large university. This position will work in a centralized power plant, industrial type environment as well as large machine rooms in other buildings that have standby boiler systems. This position is normal day shift primarily. The occasions that the operator is assigned a shift other than day shift may include nights, weekends, and holidays.
Network Engineer Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Reporting to the Director of Network Services, the Network Engineer provides technical and operational support for all wired and wireless networks across the Middle Tennessee State University campus. This includes assisting Senior Network Engineers with the design, configuration, and troubleshooting of enterprise wired and wireless networks, participation in new building construction and renovation project management, responding to service requests and tickets on a daily basis, maintaining software and firmware updates for various network infrastructure systems and equipment, maintaining the campus fiber plant, maintaining the campus data closet UPS infrastructure, and coordinating with various internal teams and external vendors and contractors for network fiber, copper, and data line requests. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned. Note an on-call rotation is required.
Senior Director - Marketing Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Senior Director of Marketing is responsible for the extension, management, promotion, and implementation of the University’s brand, image and marketing across multiple platforms. The senior director develops, implements, and executes strategies that expand and enhance the University’s visibility and perceived value, including, but not limited to, message and campaign development for traditional and digital media; social marketing and listening; streaming content (audio and visual) and ad placement; strategic marketing planning and implementation; oversight of key website pages and SEO; an extensive array of electronic and vinyl billboards; print advertisements and promotions; video marketing (including TV, streaming, and digital commercials) and deployment; graphic design and photography services; University printing services; public relations; and partnerships with key stakeholders in the Greater Nashville region.
Head Coach - Women's Golf Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Direct, organize and administer a Division 1 Women's golf program. Duties include coaching, recruiting, scheduling, scouting, team travel plans, part time teaching and budgeting funds. The Head Women's Golf Coach will direct, organize and administer all aspects of our Division I Women's Golf program. Essential duties also include but are not limited to: day to day coaching, individual skill instruction and recruiting NCAA Division I eligible athletes; scheduling competitive NCAA Division I competition; scouting opponents; oversight of all team travel plans; oversight and promoting compliance of NCAA rules for golf staff and athletes; budgeting assigned funds; serving as a positive role model and enhancing the image of the university's golf program, and promoting positive community relations. Work to enhance fund-raising efforts for the golf programs; Contact athletic alumni for financial support; entertain them at selected athletic events and perform related tasks or special projects as assigned. Promote and ensure compliance with NCAA rules, provide appropriate compliance paperwork and documentation within required timetables, report any known violations of NCAA rules and regulations to Director of Compliance.
Coordinator - Basketball Relations Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Coordinator of Women's Basketball Relations and Player Development will work directly with the Head Coach to develop a quality NCAA Division I Women's Basketball program. The position will assist the Head Women's Basketball coach organize and administer all aspects of our NCAA Division I women's basketball program by providing day to day coaching of student athletes at practice and games, develop and instruct individual skill instruction and recruit academically sound and competitive student athletes.*Essential tasks will include but not be limited to: oversight of day to day correspondence with university officials, oversight of daily on going recruiting activities, community outreach and community service projects and NCAA Life Skill programs developed for our women's basketball athletes. The Coordinator will develop and oversee programs for the maturation of our women's basketball athletes and assist them as they prepare to be productive members of the university and the community at large. The Coordinator will work with community leaders to garner continued financial support for the basketball program and establish cooperative agreements; oversee all aspects of team travel and community outreach at home or at away events; coordinate hotel accommodations for team and official recruit visits and recruit travel; set meals, activities and entertainment with designated home official visits and hotels; reserve women's basketball meeting space for women's basketball functions at the university and off campus events. The Coordinator will oversee all coordination of required charter bus and air transportation; and team equipment transportation for away trips.
Assistant Athletic Trainer Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Assistant Athletic Trainer has primary responsibility to assist with the overall medical and health related care of student athletes participating in NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic teams within the University. Essential duties include but are not be limited to: assist in prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, physician referral, and medical documentation of all injuries associated with assigned student athletes; communication with coaches, student athletes, parents, staff and physicians within NATA and HIPAA guidelines; maintain and observe all athletic policy and procedures in accordance with NATA regulations and remain certified to perform these duties on a daily basis. Provide supervision of daily practice and game coverage, in season travel, and summer sports workout coverage for assigned sports as permitted by NCAA legislation and required to be flexible and adapt to schedule changes. Required to adhere to all policies, procedures, and regulations of the NATA, NCAA, Conference USA, and MTSU Athletic Department. Assist Associate Trainers in the supervision of certified graduate assistant / Intern athletic trainers in our sports medicine athletic training students in the Sports Medicine educational program; instruct these students in professional prevention, care and rehabilitation of assigned athletes. Expected to attend national NATA and Conference USA meetings and/or conventions to remain current of their field for changes that occur. Required to comply with NCAA legislation and immediately report any known violations of NCAA rules to the Compliance Office and submit all required documentation to the Compliance office in a timely fashion; and perform other related tasks or projects as assigned.
Coordinator Degree Audit/Curriculum Management Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Coordinator for Degree Audit and Curriculum Management is primarily responsible for overseeing DegreeWorks at the undergraduate level, updating courses in Banner, and performing change of major requests for undergraduate students. They are an important part of the curriculum approval process and very involved with faculty, advisors, graduation analysts, and the Provost's Office in the creation and modification of academic program requirements. The Coordinator is also responsible for making changes to students' majors, minors, and curriculum at the undergraduate level, which requires a good understanding of the university catalog, academic program inventory, and degree requirements. This position must utilize a number of programs to be successful, including Banner, DegreeWorks, Curriculog, SQL, and Excel. The Coordinator has other duties and special projects assigned in the Registrar's Office as needed.
Coordinator - Athletics AV Systems Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The position will oversee the football program’s overall video and audio needs. This position will have an emphasis on over-seeing the coaching video needs of the football program. This includes practice and game coverage, film breakdown, video exchange, film library, maintenance and replacement plans for associated software and hardware. This position will also assist with post-production video requests as necessary. This position requires working evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. Other duties will include but not be limited to: provide coordination, supervision and execution of all athletic department's DV Sports software and LRS editing systems for Football, Men's and Women's Basketball as well as volleyball. Provide all Conference USA instant replay for Football, Men's and Women's Basketball and volleyball. Hire, oversee and provide GA/student workers for all practice and games for the purpose of scouting opponents, overall team improvement and development of a game day analysis systems used to produce on the field video review for official game requirements. Manage film exchange using Catapult Exchange Platform. Perform graphic work including playbooks, scouting and film exchange forms and players improvement sheets using Excel, Adobe Creative Suite and PowerPoint. Assist with post game intercutting of video and enter it into the video system for the respective coaches for review. Create highlight footage of recruiting tapes for staff analysis and provide updates and maintenance of coaches digital video laptops, video laptops video equipment departmental video board and other video equipment. The position will assist the Director of Football Operations/ Chief of Staff and the Head Football Coach with other projects as assigned.
Associate Athletic Trainer Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Associate Athletic Trainer will report to the Assistant Athletic Director/Director Sports Medicine. Primary responsibility for the overall medical and health related care of the assigned student athletes participating in the NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic program. Essential duties include but are not be limited to: assist in prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, physician referral, and medical documentation of all injuries associated with assigned student athletes; communicate with coaches, student athletes, parents, staff and physicians within NATA and HIPAA guidelines; observe all athletic policy and procedures in accordance with NATA regulations as well as NCAA, Conference USA and MTSU rules and remain certified to perform these duties on a daily basis. Related duties include: supervision of certified graduate assistant athletic trainers and our athletic training students in the athletic training educational program and instruct these students in professional prevention, care and rehabilitation of assigned athletes. Associate Athletic Trainer will attend national NATA and Conference USA meetings and/or conventions to remain current in their field for changes that occur. Comply with NCAA legislation and immediately report any known violations of NCAA rules to the Compliance Office and submit all required documentation to the Compliance office in a timely fashion. Assist the Assistant Athletic Director / Director Sports Medicine in development and maintenance of all policies and procedures in accordance with NATA policy and procedures for athletic training facilities and maintain an accurate system of documentation for each assigned student athlete and their treatment. Coordinate insurance benefits for secondary insurance and payment of medical bills for student-athletes. Assist to coordinate the drug testing/educational program for all student athletes and perform other related tasks or special projects as assigned.
Maintenance Lead Worker 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 Coordinator, Housing Facilities.
Custodian II Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Under close supervision, clean and maintain designated areas for housing and residential life. Duties will include sweeping, mopping, and buffing floors, vacuuming carpet, shampooing carpet, washing windows, polishing furniture, and cleaning woodwork. Pick up litter on campus. Empty trash and clean containers. Clean bathroom walls, floors, fixtures, and replenish supplies. Clean ramps on the outside of buildings periodically using a pressure washer. Clean kitchens, floors, fixtures, appliances, sinks, etc. Clean laundry rooms. Perform minor maintenance as appropriate or assigned.
Specialist - Instructional Design (Search Extended) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Academic and Instructional Technologies, the Instructional Design Specialist will: serve as a consultant to assist faculty in creating high-quality learning opportunities; provide guidance for developing face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses; assist faculty and academic divisions with revisions and updates to existing courses, adapting courses from one delivery method to another and developing new courses. The specialist will apply and modify various instructional design models and components to develop high quality teaching and learning environments; assist to develop and deliver training and professional development programs and resources designed for new, full time, and adjunct faculty, i.e. email circulations, seminars, forums, round tables, etc.; assess faculty and staff needs for professional development and training; consult with academic divisions, faculty and other content experts to assure the design and development of instructional applications are pedagogically sound; advise faculty in the selection and use of effective instructional development tools and activities; collaborate with Academic and Instructional Technology Services and Information Technology staff, Academic Affairs, University College, and Walker Library to support faculty development initiatives throughout the campus; monitor and research new instructional methodologies and technologies applicable to instruction; facilitate the implementation of instructional innovations. Support and assist in managing enterprise instructional technologies such as Desire2Learn.
Recruiter I Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Recruit students from high schools and community colleges across the state of Tennessee. Counsel prospective students and their parents, represent students and their parents, represent MTSU at high school recruiting events, and serve as liaison with faculty and staff involved in the admissions process. Extensive travel; occasional evening, weekend and extended work hours required. Activities include cultivate and develop relationships with high school counselors, principals, community college counselors and other persons who influence college enrollment decisions.
Middleware Developer Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Under the general supervision of the lead Database Administrator, the Middleware Developer performs a critical role in the development, implementation, and maintenance of data integration solutions across the university's enterprise systems. Responsibilities include the development and maintenance of seamless data flow and integrations between multiple platforms, enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of data usage across the university; close partnership with ITD teams, data analysts, and departmental stakeholders to understand their data needs, and deliver secure, robust integration solutions; cross-team collaboration with the planning and testing of systems requirements as needed; develop processes for transaction logging for the information security team as needed.
Director - Network Services (Search Extended) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Under the general direction of the Associate Vice President for Infrastructure Services, provide overall leadership, supervision and strategic direction for the Network Services Department to provide quality network services to the University. Tasks include: develop, maintain and review the technology strategy for MTSU enterprise networking; collaborate with other ITD service departments on the overall strategic direction of the University's Information Technology. Develop/oversee the implementation of the network services pricing models, support models, service levels and cost recovery processes. Provide project management for all University renovation and construction projects, including scheduling, asset procurement, vendor coordination and installation certification. Incumbent's span of control includes Data Center LAN, WAN Routing/Switching, Internet, Wireless, Voice, Video/Media Delivery and coverage solutions. Establish and maintain policies and practices to ensure the availability and integrity of all network services at MTSU; Manage and coordinate incident response procedures for network communication disruptions; ensure the review of system and network log and event data for integrity and anomalies. Manage the Network Services team including student workers and perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.

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