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Parking Services Coordinator (Search Extended) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Parking Services Coordinator will assist the MTSU campus with special events related to parking needs and traffic safety concerns; block parking areas as required for special campus events; prepare required paperwork/documentation for special events; compose and send notices to the campus community regarding parking and street closures; provide backup for the field supervisor to ticket writing personnel; write tickets and boot/tow vehicles according to University rules and regulations and perform other related tasks or special projects as assigned. Position requires outside work and heavy lifting. Some night and weekend work is required.
Administrative Assistant 3 - Student Support Services (SSS) Search Extended Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as administrative assistant to the Student Support Services (SSS) office. Responsible for all clerical duties for the project, typing correspondence, maintaining office files, utilizing database for maintaining electronic records, running reports, and maintaining and reconciling monthly budgets. Assist the director and counselors with student, faculty, and general inquiries. Perform other related tasks as assigned. Note: This position is contingent on continued annual funding.
Coordinator - Chemistry Budget Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Position maintains budgets for the Chemistry department: operating, travel, equipment, lab fees, campus work, and grant for PIs; perform accounting and monthly reconciliation of department budgets; grant/contract reconciliation with ORSP and PIs; prepare purchase requisitions and process invoices; assist faculty, students, and Chair in budgetary and travel; and perform other related duties as assigned.
Early Intervention Specialist Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Early Intervention (EI) Specialist will provide regular home and/or community based educational services to children birth to three years who have developmental delays or disabilities, and provide support for their families as outlined on the family's Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). The EI will work collaboratively with other professionals (e.g., service coordinators, therapists, interpreters, etc.) to support these children and their families by participating in IFSP meetings, completing visits together; exchanging information about strategies for helping families achieve child and family goals; maintaining accurate and up to date documentation as required by the program and by the state funding agency and performing other related tasks or special projects as assigned. Note: This position is contingent upon continued funding.
Associate Director - International Enrollment Management Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Associate Director of International Enrollment Management reports to the Director of International Enrollment Management and is responsible for supporting the international admissions and recruitment activities of the university. This role is responsible for supporting the entire international admissions process and managing partnerships with international agents and Universities outside the US. The Associate Director of International Enrollment Management is responsible for supporting students through the recruitment process from inquiry to enrollment for prospective international students to achieve or exceed established recruitment goals. The Associate Director of International Enrollment Management serves as DSO and ARO to issues certificates of visa eligibility. This role supports the day-to-day operation of the office of international enrollment management.
Director - Farm Laboratory Murfreesboro, Tennessee
MTSU seeks a new Director of Farm Laboratories to lead a complex collection of facilities to support agriculture education and research. The Farm Director is responsible for planning and supervising all daily work activities at the MTSU Farm Units, with operations involving beef and dairy cattle, swine, milk processing, field crops, and horticulture (650+ acres across Rutherford Co.). Essential tasks include support of research projects; serve as liaison between farm personnel and agriculture faculty; budget oversight; and purchasing of supplies and equipment. Director is responsible for management and oversight of the MTSU Creamery and Farmer’s Market retail outlet which includes weekly retail sales from May thru Oct. Director supervises 5 full-time direct reports as well as multiple part-time and student workers. Director provides oversight of farm operations that serve as laboratories and educational facilities for the School of Agriculture, and as demonstration sites, training, and public service to area producers and agricultural industries. The Director must interact effectively with colleagues, staff, students, and other constituent groups; possess strong verbal, written, and organizational skills, and perform other special projects as assigned.
Assistant to Dean - Media and Entertainment Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Works with the Dean to assist with management of Dean's office and administrative and clerical tasks associated with the daily operation of the college. Handles and/or supervises all correspondence, travel, schedules, and administrative activities. Supervises support staff and student workers. Works with the Dean and Director of Development to develop and coordinate the Dean's developmental activities. Works with department chairs to ensure coordination of college activities. Oversees business functions of the college including management and reconciling of budgets, financial reports, development and oversight of college policies related to fiscal operations, ensures compliance with university regulations and fiscal propriety. Assist with human resources management, providing information and oversight in HR issues. Oversees all tenure, promotion, retention, and post-tenure review processes with the Dean, Associate Dean, Chairs, and College Committees to meet deadlines. Provides logistical support for the dean, including reservations for air and ground transportation, lodging, and generating and processing travel authorizations. Arranges prominent potential guest speakers and serves as program manager responsible for all travel logistics related to visit, including transportation, lodging, meals, secure campus venue to hold event, completing all necessary paperwork. Ongoing contact with all speakers, presenters, and department representatives (Parking, HR, Aramark/catering, ITD, Photographic Services, Facilities Services, etc.) in connection with events. Coordinates faculty, staff, and/or students participation at their conventions. Serves as liaison with select partner organizations, foundations and grants institutions.
Executive Assistant - Campus Recreation Center Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Provide secretarial and clerical support to the professional staff and student workers in the Campus Recreation Center. Essential tasks include data entry; Fusion software management and maintenance; preparation of payment authorizations and invoices; preparation of daily cash and check deposits; preparation of personnel action forms and all University policies pertaining to the operation of Campus Recreation. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Media Arts (Animation), Tenure-Track Faculty Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Department of Media Arts at Middle Tennessee State University invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position (#105310) at the rank of assistant or associate professor to teach animation and other related courses. The start date for the position is August 1, 2024.
Coordinator - Flight Lab Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Reporting to the Student Services Manager, this position performs various administrative functions for the MTSU Department of Aerospace Flight Training Program. Acts as student lab assignment coordinator, collaborates with Flight Training management staff to determine student lab capacities. Reviews student eligibility and processes lab requests, awards flight labs and issues permits. Tracks student registration and finance requirements throughout the entire process, verifies students have completed required prerequisites. Prepares, reviews, and modifies the flight lab award process guide. Provides educational guidance and assists students by responding to correspondence regarding school policies to ensure student success. Assists with the creation of required FAA flight training folders and associated paperwork. Creates and/or prepares and disseminates weekly, monthly, and annual reports as they relate to operations at the airport. Assists in the planning, scheduling, and execution of flight school special events and meetings. Performs other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Analyst - International Recruit/Admissions Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as International Undergraduate and Graduate Enrollment Analyst and provide assistance to international undergrad and graduate applicants/students for the duration of their education. Responsible for materials, correspondence, phone calls, and visits with international students from the point of application to enrollment. Assess, evaluate, understand and apply the extensive range of undergraduate and graduate requirements and defined policies; serve as a reliable source for the deans, department chairs, academic program coordinators, academic and faculty advisors, and students. Monitor and help maintain the student information database for daily internal review of all degree requirements and perform related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Specialist - Research Administration Post Award Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Post Award Research Administrator to assist faculty in managing their sponsored projects from award to closeout including but not limited to reviewing and approving all financial transactions requested on each assigned award in order to assure allowability, allocability, and reasonableness. Conduct periodic comprehensive desk review/audit of each assigned award to ensure proper and effective administration, including fiscal stewardship and policy compliance, pursuant to funded statement of work, funded budget, award terms & conditions, policies, procedures, and guidelines of the sponsors and the University. Prepare and assist with programmatic reports and ensure milestones/ grant objectives are met. Act as a liaison between grant accounting, PI/grant staff, ORSP pre-award and other departments on campus. Reach out to the agency for any financial changes that are needed. Process personnel documents. Attend webinars and other training sessions, as necessary. And perform other related duties as assigned.
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.
Assistant Flight Training Manager Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as Assistant Flight Training Manager for all MTSU flight courses. Assist the Flight Training Manager in the effective conduct of all University flight lab courses and Assist in the supervision of line flight instructors in the deliverance of these courses. Track progress of students through all University flight lab courses. Perform stage check, end of course checks, flight instructor upgrade and ground training for those flights. Perform administrative tasks as assigned, as related to the flight training function of the Aerospace Professional Pilot program.
Grounds Worker 2 Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Maintain MTSU grounds, streets and athletic fields. Essential duties include pruning trees and shrubbery, spraying herbicides/insecticides/fungicides, painting athletic fields, planting and maintaining flower beds, cutting grass with hand tools and/or power mowers and removing debris from campus. Perform other duties as assigned.
Greenhouse/Nursery Worker Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Keep the MTSU campus clean and green; provide litter control, mow, leaf and snow removal tasks, tree work, operate variety of landscaping tools, and other jobs as assigned.
Senior Network Engineer (Search Extended) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Senior Network Engineer reports to the Director of Network Services and will manage projects, including time, resources, and labor across different departments, for the design, administration, and management of all wired and wireless networks across the Middle Tennessee State University campus. Design, install, maintain, troubleshoot, and document network infrastructure. Maximize network performance by monitoring performance, troubleshooting network problems and outages, scheduling upgrades, and collaborating various team members on network optimization. Enhance job knowledge through participation in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, and participating in professional organizations. Research and implement approved new technologies to increase network performance, reliability, and functionality. Develop technology roadmaps by testing new and modified network configurations and new/upgraded hardware and software. Develop plans for implementation, integration, cost, and timeline for updating new and existing technologies. Perform detailed analysis of traffic flows and patterns identifying and resolving performance, scalability, and availability issues. Report network operational status by gathering, prioritizing, and formatting data to inform management of current status and applicable trends. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Librarian 1 - Center for Popular Music* (accepting applications until March 8) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as the librarian for the Center for Popular Music research collection containing over one million items, including 13,000 reference books. Primary responsibilities include original and copy cataloging of materials in all formats (reading room books, sound recordings, sheet music, etc.) according to either library or archival national standards; scheduling and providing instruction and tours for MTSU classes and other visiting groups; plan, schedule, and execute student programming and outreach efforts for the Center; providing reference services to patrons; collaborate in maintaining and promoting the Center through social media; maintain CPM website; collection development for the CPM reference book collection; perform physical processing and repair of Reading Room materials per protocol; supervise Assistant Librarian position; serve as liaison with James E. Walker Library; and perform other related tasks as assigned.
Custodian II Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Under close supervision, perform cleaning and maintenance of designated area for Housing and Residential Life. Duties will include: Sweep, mop, and buff stairs, corridors and floors; vacuum carpet; shampoo carpet; wash windows; polish furniture, clean woodwork. Pick up litter on campus. Empty trash and clean containers. Clean bathroom walls, floors, fixtures, and replenish supplies. Clean ramps on outside of buildings periodically using pressure washer. Clean kitchens; floors, fixtures, appliances, sink, etc. Clean laundry rooms. Perform minor maintenance as appropriate or 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. Knowledge: - Methods, materials, and procedures used in general repair and maintenance work. - Occupational hazards, safety precautions, and OSHA standards. - Machines, tools, and equipment used in a variety of tasks as required. Abilities: - To follow oral and written instructions. - To use, clean, repair, and maintain equipment, tools, and machinery required in accomplishing tasks. - To evaluate situations and make decisions. - To establish and maintain an effective working relationship with the students, public, and other employees. - To maintain an open line of communication with students, public, and other employees. - To work independently when needed.

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