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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.
Secretary 2 - English Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Provide administrative and secretarial support to the English Department's Graduate Studies Program at Middle Tennessee State University.
Advisor - Jones College of Business Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Advisors in the Jones College of Business (JCB) will provide guidance to students in the major and minor programs associated with the departments of Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Economics and Finance, Management, and Marketing. Applicants with Master of Science degrees Guidance, Master of Business Administration degrees, or master's degrees in other business disciplines are likely to be most successful in this role. The college Advisors will work with the following groups of students: Traditional Students, Prescribed Students, Academic Focus Students, Transfer Students and Traditional Students Meta Major as defined herein. 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.
Director - Data Management/Institutional Research Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Director will provide professional and technical leadership to assigned Institutional research staff, directing the University's internal and external reporting efforts, including requirements of state, federal government and accrediting bodies.
Coordinator - Athletics Social Media Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Assist the Associate Athletic Director Athletic Communications and his staff of Assistant Directors and communications interns with all aspects of the University's Athletic Communications program which supports 17 NCAA Division I sports. Essential tasks include but not be limited to: performing day to day ever increasing social media initiatives for the entire athletic department to include posting diversified content and developing strategies to improve user engagement and drive enhanced actions across all current and emerging social media channels; create, enhance and maintain a social media calendar for both short term initiatives and long term campaigns; stay apprised of emerging social media technologies, trends and industry news; evaluate current social media channels utilized by organization in addition to potential channels that could be added as technology improves; increase overall social media presence for athletics and the University; develop, manage and maintain monitoring and analytics systems to track social media engagement and results; continually develop communication pieces in support of Blue Raider Athletic initiatives as required or assigned; write, edit and produce content for the athletic blogs associated with each team, including feature stories, breaking news, newspaper columns, game notes, etc. The incumbent will assist with the enhancement and maintenance of the MT Athletic Department Web site (goblueraiders.com) as well as the oversight and enhancement of all athletic photography needs for the athletic department which will consist of all team head shots, action shots, special request projects and feature story photo projects as well as specialty photo projects.
Coordinator - Tn Miller Coliseum Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as a member of the Tennessee Miller Coliseum (TMC) workforce responsible for maintaining the condition of the facilities and premises that include the set up and break down for events held at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum. Essential duties include: operate heavy equipment that include: a skid steer loader, tractor, mowing equipment, etc.; performing manual labor to pick up trash, empty trash cans, clean stall, assemble/dismantle corral panels and staging, and performing general lawn and landscape maintenance tasks. This position is responsible for maintaining the overall cleanliness of the TMC during events and facilitating events by assigning event managers with shavings deliveries, arena footing preparation and maintenance. Night and or weekend hours required.
Coordinator - Technical Support Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Assist with the maintenance and operation of the CRM and the communication plans for undergraduate admissions as well as other enrollment management areas. Support and provide training to the admissions staff in accessing/using the CRM (Radius) tool for recruitment activities. Assist with writing queries and programs to create lists and obtain data used to generate reports and perform analyses for the Director.
Advisor Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The College of Behavioral and Health Sciences Advisors will work with students majoring in Psychology, Criminal Justice, Nursing, Health & Human Performance, Human Sciences and Social Work. Advisors will work with students from the point of matriculation to graduation. The primary role of an 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. Advisors will monitor student progression and intervene as necessary to ensure students stay on track for graduation. The advisor is responsible for the retention of the students assigned to them and will have regular contact with students to ensure they are aware of available interventions that could help them 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.
Chemistry, Full-Time Lecturer, Faculty Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Department of Chemistry at Middle Tennessee State University invites applicants for a full-time, temporary (non-tenurable) faculty position at the rank of Lecturer. This is a one year temporary position with possible annual renewal for up to three years total. Start date for the position is August 1, 2021. Position contingent upon funding.
University Studies (Math), Full-Time Lecturer, Faculty Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Department of University Studies (Math) at Middle Tennessee State University invites applicants for two full-time, temporary (non-tenurable) faculty position (136060 and 136080) at the rank of Lecturer. These are one year temporary appointment with possible annual renewal for up to three years total. Start date for the appointments is August 1, 2021. Positions contingent upon funding.
University Studies, Full-Time Lecturer, Faculty Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Department of University Studies at Middle Tennessee State University invites applicants for a full-time, temporary (non-tenurable) faculty position (355040) at the rank of Lecturer. This position is for Fall 2021 only. Start date for the appointment is August 1, 2021. Position contingent upon funding.
Postal Clerk 4 - senior Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Sr. Postal Clerk 4 - Process University Mail & Parcels. Accept Passport applications & review for Passport Agency. Process incoming parcels, backup to window clerk and Admin mail driver. Other duties as needed.
Journalism and Strategic Media, Full-Time Lecturer, Faculty Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The ACEJMC accredited School of Journalism and Strategic Media at Middle Tennessee State University invites applicants for two full-time, temporary (non-tenurable) faculty positions (143140 and 143400) at the rank of Lecturer. This is a one year temporary appointment with possible annual renewal for up to three years total. Start date for the appointment is August 1, 2021. Position contingent upon funding.
Media Arts, Full-Time Lecturer, Faculty Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Department of Media Arts at Middle Tennessee State University invites applicants for a full-time, temporary (non-tenurable) faculty position (144090) at the rank of Lecturer. This is a one year temporary appointment with possible annual renewal for up to three years total. Start date for the appointment is August 1, 2021. Position contingent upon funding.
Academic Counselor Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Academic Counselor provides direct services to participants in the TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) program and serves as an advocate for under-prepared and disadvantaged college students. Additionally, the Counselor is responsible for the development and implementation of activities to promote student persistence and growth, and tracking academic progress to graduation. Essential tasks include: advise individual students and document services provided; monitor student progress and make recommendations; provide career, personal and financial counseling to students; coordinate the tutoring, mentoring, or similar programs/special projects; lead small group activities and cultural trips; and perform other related duties and special projects as assigned. The Counselor reports directly to the Director of Student Support Services.
Financial Aid Assistant Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Financial Aid, this position is responsible for: 1) Determining student and parent eligibility for Federal Direct Loans, keying awards in Banner, and originating the loan records in compliance with federal regulations. 2) Certifying eligibility for private / alternative loans. 3) Researching student loan information through utilization of various student aid databases including Common Origination and Disbursement (COD), the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS), and ELM. 4) Reviewing rejected loan transactions and resolving loan processing and disbursement issues. 5) Providing loan related guidance to the MT One Stop and informing students and parents regarding eligibility for federal and private / alternative student loans.
Assistant Coach 1 - Baseball Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Assist the Head Baseball Coach organize and administer all aspects of our NCAA Division I Baseball program. Essential duties include but are not limited to: Oversight and development of the baseball hitting staff, development of daily workouts for hitter, monitor hitting practice and game strategy for hitters, day to day coaching of hitters; individual skill instruction; recruiting qualified NCAA Division I academically sound and competitive student athletes; scheduling to enhance championship opportunities; organizing and arranging 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 budget assigned funds. Other tasks include but are not limited to: duties of the on the field hitting coach; scouting hitting patterns of hitters; on and off campus recruiting and assist with game field preparations and overall player improvements and other duties as assigned by the Head Coach.
Coordinator - Fitness Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Coordinator of Fitness Programs provides leadership for a comprehensive, large scale program which includes group fitness, personal training, nutrition programs, and other wellness programs. The Coordinator will provide exceptional leadership to over 20 group fitness instructors, personal trainers, a personal training manager, and a graduate assistant. In addition, the Coordinator of Fitness Programs is considered a team leader for the department and plays a large role in budgetary decisions, equipment purchases, student leadership models, and establish collaborative and co-curricular relationships across campus.
Specialist - Research/Sponsored Programs Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Provide direct support to university personnel to find, apply for, and manage external grants and contracts for research and sponsored programs. Provide direct support and oversight to applicants during proposal preparation to ensure applications for funding are complete, competitive and in compliance with funder and University requirements. Submit proposals on behalf of the University. Review and approve all financial transactions requested on each assigned award in order to assure allowability, allocability, reasonableness, and compliance. Perform other related duties as assigned.
Mobile Application Developer 2 Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Reporting to the Associate Vice President Enterprise Application Services, the Mobile Application Developer 2 will support the entire mobile application life cycle through concept, design, test, release, and support; produce fully functional mobile applications writing clean code; Gather specific requirements and suggest solutions; write unit and UI tests to identify malfunctions; troubleshoot and debug to optimize performance. Design interfaces to enhance user experience; as required, work with other IT development staff and student intern mobile developers to plan new features; ensure new and legacy applications meet quality standards and meet vendor release level backwards compatibility. Research and suggest new mobile products, applications, and protocols; stay up-to-date with new technology trends; lead functional and technical project teams. Be available to respond to emergencies after normal business hours, and perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.

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