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Police Officer 1 Murfreesboro, Tennessee
University Police Officers work to provide safety and security for Middle Tennessee State University students, faculty, staff, and visitors. As the most visible portion of the university's safety initiatives, University Police Officers patrol the campus and answer calls for service on foot, in cars and on bicycles 24-hours a day. University Police Officers interact with community members on a daily basis in order to establish collaborative partnerships focused on the protection and safety of the university community. Successful candidates are expected to have a dedication to service, and a commitment to the department's mission to provide a safe learning, teaching, and working environment to a diverse university community. As a full-service police department, officers are required to obtain, possess, and/or maintain a Tennessee Peace Officer Certification, qualify, and carry firearms. No experience required for this entry level position. All training and equipment will be provided by the department to successful candidates. Full-time University Police employees qualify for an educational benefit for the employee, their spouse, and dependents.
Senior Account Clerk - Facilities Services Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Senior Account Clerk - Responsible for supervising Account Clerks, paying invoices, procuring products and services for Facilities Services, tracking projects, forecasting costs to complete projects, entering accounting data, researching and resolving invoice issues, understanding the movement of money through Facilities, tracking contracts & encumbrances, reconciling P-card transactions, confirming accurate posting of purchases to work orders, holding meetings between vendors and Facilities mangers to promote communication, and explaining the Facilities Accounting procedures and university policies to Facilities' co-workers. Perform other related tasks as assigned.
Coordinator - Registration Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Coordinator - Registration plays a vital role on campus in helping students register for classes each semester. They help monitor registration activity, assist with new student orientation, and answer questions from both students and departments. This person works closely with class scheduling staff, the MT One Stop, and the CUSTOMS (orientation) office.
Project Manager Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Work as part of the energetic Construction/Renovation Services team. Use extensive Interior Design and problem solving skills to plan, implement, manage, and evaluate small renovation projects on MTSU campus. Work includes meeting with clients, project programming, design development, construction documentation, estimating, working with contractors and vendors, on-site project management, project close-out, etc. Working with local authorities and consultants is required. Adhering to applicable codes, university policies and guidelines, and campus standards is required.
Assistant Director - Enrollment Technical Services (Search Extended) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Join the Enrollment Technical Services team to test computer upgrades, test new programs and write complex reports running against relational databases for statistical reporting and problem solving. Assist with reviewing upgrade documentation, summarizing, and testing. Provide in-depth research and reports to support the offices in Enrollment Services including Admissions, Financial Aid, and MT One Stop as well as Records and Student Affairs. Understand and use Banner, BDM Scanning, Dynamic Forms, and reporting tools such as iSQL, Argos, and Microsoft Access. Serve as a primary resource to provide training, answer questions and resolve issues related to the Banner Student System. Identify problems, develop a process to correct, and create reports to proactively identify. Assist staff on aborts and provide error resolutions. Complete data cleanup and report enrollment to the National Student Clearinghouse; assist with census and end of term reporting to THEC, etc. Search for and implement automated solutions for Enrollment Services to eliminate manual processes where possible. Write ad hoc reports and create electronic transactions to update Banner as requested and perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
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. This position requires knowledge of front-end and back-end development skills for web projects. These projects include new and existing web applications that serve thousands of users, users with diverse research experiences, and various information needs. The web developer will also possess strong technical problem-solving skills and demonstrated knowledge of current technologies to help the library pursue continuous improvement to our user interfaces and user experience. This position reports to the Discovery Services Librarian and is a member of the Collection Development and Management department. The web developer is a full-time position. We are able to offer a flexible work environment for residents of Tennessee.
Executive Assistant - Office of International Affairs Murfreesboro, Tennessee
This position will monitor and reconcile budgets within the unit; process requisitions, contracts, memoranda of understanding, and payment authorizations; serve as first point of contact for the office of international affairs; maintain and reconcile department wide purchasing card and associated budget; lead international affairs social media presence; assist in the planning and implementation of department wide events; maintain accurate records/files both in physical and electronic formats; conduct and manage hospitality services for guests and delegations; manage Navigate software to facilitate advising appointments for all international affairs offices; assist in scholarship processing; supervise student workers; and perform other related duties as assigned.
Mechanics Helper Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Change filters in refrigerators, ice cream machines, air handlers, overhead units, a/c units including window units. Clean coils on/above units. Follow schedule by way of work orders. Assist mechanics as needed with installation, removal, changing valves, and repairs/replacements.
Manager - Center for Historic Preservation Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Manage programs and personnel of external funded projects and prepares required technical writing reports such as architectural GIS-based surveys, preservation assessment reports and National Register nominations along with budgets, and documents required by federal and state agencies.
Administrative Assistant 3 - Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Reporting to the Director of the Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center (Daniels Center), provide administrative office support and serves a large population of student-veterans (approximately 1100 student veterans or eligible dependents).. Essential tasks will include: answer the telephone; transfer calls, take messages; greet, assist and direct visitors; schedule appointments; prepare and process paperwork to include correspondence, reports, travel, etc. Create and maintain an effective filing system using appropriate filing protocols. Assist with event planning and logistics for formal annual events hosted by the Daniels Center. Assist to monitor student workers (approx. 5), schedule and maintain work records, review time sheets and submit for Director approval. Maintain and reconcile Daniels Center's operational and foundation account budgets and prepare invoices for signature and payment. Responsible for the general upkeep of the Center; order necessary office supplies, submit work orders, and follow up with campus offices as needed to secure information or services, and perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Strategic Communications Specialist Murfreesboro, Tennessee
This Communications Specialist reports to the Vice President for University Advancement. The position is responsible for the development and implementation of the Division’s strategic communications plan. Work closely with staff within the University Advancement Division (Advancement Services, Alumni Relations, Development Office, Government Relations, and Strategic Business Partners). Engage with MTSU constituencies, including alumni and friends, donors, and government officials, using multiple communication channels. Manage and administer the Division’s social media channels, email communications, printed communications, giving pages, and website. Track and measure the effectiveness of communications, compile analytics and metrics reports for leadership. Work in collaboration with external stakeholders, internal leadership, and team members and collaborate with the Division of Marketing and Communications. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Work Order Data Analyst (80% Position) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Provide assistance in the development and maintenance of the Facilities Services Department (FSD) infrastructure as well as data analysis and reporting. Compile and/or analyze related work order information and prepare Power BI reports for management as requested.
Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students is a senior level manager reporting directly to the President and is a member of the President's Executive staff. The position is responsible for providing leadership and vision for a comprehensive student affairs division that complements and enhances the academic mission of the university and enriches the quality of student life. Responsibilities include budget preparation and oversight, formulating planning documents, oversight for construction and capital improvements, supervising and evaluating staff and articulating the mission and role of student life programs to students, faculty, staff, parents and others. Programs and services offered by the Division of Student Affairs include: Fraternity and Sorority Life, Student Conduct, Student Organizations & Community Service, Student Government, June Anderson Center for Women and Non- Traditional Students, Campus Recreation, Student Health Services, Student Unions, Student Programming, Career Development Center, Disabled Student Services, Housing and Residential Life, Student Athlete Enhancement Center, Student Support Services, Spirit Programs, Intercultural and Diversity Affairs, Counseling Services.
Manager - CIM Labs Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Concrete and Construction Laboratory Manager is responsible for the management, organization, and supervision of the daily operations of the Undergraduate CIM lab, Soils and Cement lab, Construction Materials and Concrete Research Lab in the School of Concrete and Construction. In addition, the lab manager will provide support in external research and community project efforts.
Systems Administrator 2 Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Systems Administrator 2 (Windows Server and Virtualization) will provide technical support and leadership for Windows server and virtualization systems hosted in the University's data centers, including systems administration, application administration, and other infrastructure-related functions. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned. Note an on-call rotation is required.
Systems Administrator Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Systems Administrator I will provide "tier 2" administration, development, and support for the software management platforms, MDM and MAM enterprise applications, and related Windows servers running on physical and virtual platforms hosted in University's data centers and the cloud (i.e., Azure, Amazon.) These responsibilities include both Windows and Apple MDM applications, software distribution, and third-party patching. Responsible for using LDAP, Active Directory, and federation tools. Coordinate other Microsoft application activities with Information Technology Division (ITD) departments and campus academic and administrative departments requiring similar IT infrastructure services.
Director - Fraternity/Sorority Life Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Director Fraternity & Sorority Life will work in conjunction with the Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life to provide oversight of leadership development and programming for 24 fraternities and sororities associated with National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), Panhellenic Council and North American Interfraternity Conference. The focus is to advise, counsel, and mentor students; facilitate programming in the areas of risk management, membership recruitment/intake and education; problem resolution, and community planning. The Director will coordinate and present educational programs for the entire Greek system and individual chapters; maintain records and prepare reports on fraternity and sorority academic standing, housing occupancy and recruitment statistics; provide oversight for the Greek Row men's fraternity house and liaison with Housing and Residential Life in providing direct support to the sororities housed on Greek Row; and work with Housing and Residential Life in reaching 100% occupancy in all Greek Row houses. The Director serves as liaison between the university and individual chapters, and advisors; reports to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs; will work in collaboration with designated staff in Development Office to interface with and address concerns of fraternity and sorority alumni, and perform other related special projects as assigned. Desirable Related Experience: Oversight of a fraternity/sorority life program at a college or university and experience in program and event management preferred. Experience as a professional staff member for an (inter)national fraternity or sorority may be considered. Membership in a fraternity or sorority is strongly preferred.
Adjunct Faculty, Physician Assistant Program (Anatomist) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Physician Assistant Studies Program is seeking a part-time/adjunct faculty member for a cadaver-based anatomy course. The Physician Assistant Studies Program is a 27-month-long program to prepare students to enter the medical workforce as accomplished clinicians. Each cohort begins in May. As part of the first semester, students perform human dissection-based anatomy accompanied by in-class lectures. The program is looking for skilled applicants who can prosect human cadavers, which will arrive on April 25, 2023, and oversee the anatomy lab three times per week for 15 weeks. This is not a lecturer position.
Graduate Student Advisor Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Reporting to the Associate Dean for Graduate and Executive Education College of Business; provide program information for the MBA program including the Online MBA program. Serve as liaison to graduate business students from the initial information inquiry stage through the application process; monitor degree requirements and completion of the defined MBA degree program per defined protocol. The Graduate Student Advisor will work with students from the point of matriculation to graduation. The primary role is to provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses and determining appropriate education solutions. The Graduate Student Advisor will monitor student progression and intervene as necessary to ensure students stay on track for graduation. The Graduate Student Advisor is responsible for the retention of the graduate students and will have ongoing, regular contact with the graduate students to ensure they are aware of available interventions that could help them succeed. Majority of the students in the Program are Online students. The incumbent 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 incumbent will coordinate the logistics for Executive Education Seminars and graduate student orientation. The Graduate Student 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.
Coordinator - Ticket Operations Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Provide assistance to the Assistant Athletic Director of Ticket Operations and Sales by developing ticketing campaigns within the Ticketmaster Archtics or Host ticketing system. Provide assistance with special event ticketing for on andoff campus events and groups. Maintain the priority point system within Archtics for the Blue Raider Athletic Association; perform season ticket printing and mailing as necessary in addition to over the counter or phone renewals.

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