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Coordinator - Financial Aid Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Financial Aid: - Responsible for processing, coordinating, and monitoring federal / state / institutional financial aid assistance to students enrolled in Study Abroad coursework. - Responsible for processing, coordinating, and monitoring federal / state / institutional financial aid assistance to students enrolled in coursework at MTSU and/or another post-secondary institution through a Financial Aid Consortium Agreement. - Responsible for reviewing daily financial aid overaward reports for assigned group of students and adjust federal / state / institutional financial aid as applicable to preclude students from receiving financial aid beyond "need" and/or "cost of attendance. - Cross-train with the Coordinator who is responsible for using "professional judgment" to account for extenuating circumstances that impact federal and state financial aid assistance and serve as back-up when needed. - Cross-train with the Assistant Director of Financial Aid regarding (1) the monitoring of attendance and determination of financial aid adjustments and (2) total official / unofficial withdrawals and R2T4 calculations and serve as back-up when needed. - Perform other tasks and special projects as assigned.
Assistant Director - Financial Aid Office Murfreesboro, Tennessee
1. Overseeing the Federal verification process and assisting the MT One Stop in answering student / parent inquiries regarding issues with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and / or verification process. 2. Overseeing the Unusual Enrollment process to identify possible abuse of federal aid from students who attend multiple institutions within a short time period. If identified, responsible for reviewing Unusual Enrollment appeals. 3. Making dependency override decisions through use of professional judgment with appropriate custody paperwork. 4. Supervising two classified positions who assist with the federal verification process. 5. Determining Cost of Attendance used in awarding federal / state/ institutional aid each academic year. 6. Monitoring overaward reports for designated students to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations; inclusive of adjusting components of the cost of attendance through use of professional judgment, adjusting the student’s federal / state / institutional aid as necessary, and notifying students of the outcome.
Staff Pianist Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Middle Tennessee State University invites applications for our full-time Staff Pianist position to begin Fall 2022. The successful candidate will: Play for undergraduate and graduate instrumental and vocal majors for degree recitals, lessons, studio classes, Student Recital Hour performances, recital hearings, and juries; Play for voice lessons and related courses for students enrolled in the Musical Theatre Performance Minor; Assist with courses such as Diction and Class Voice; Assist with School of Music large ensembles. Serve as collaborative pianist for the TN Governor's School for the Arts; Coordinate collaborative pianist assignments for music majors enrolled in degree recitals and upper division juries; and Collaborate with faculty artists. Applicants must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and URL link(s) to videos that provide evidence of their work as a collaborative pianist to the attention of Dr. Arunesh Nadgir, Associate Professor of Piano.
Manager - Farm Laboratory Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Middle Tennessee State University School of Agriculture Farm Laboratories is looking for a specially qualified person to lead the Dairy Operations. This special individual should be able to: Manage the MTSU dairy herd; maintain records and milking equipment. Work with faculty to provide hands-on experiences for students and assist faculty with research projects. Must provide care for lactating dairy herd including milking, feeding, estrus detection and synchronization, and utilize artificial insemination. Manager must maintain a grade "A" milk standard according to the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance and Tennessee Department of Agriculture Dairy Regulatory requirements. Manager will allocate resources needed to accommodate faculty research and student experiential learning activities. Manager will make culling and breeding decisions for the lactating herd; Assigns work to employees as needed; assists with timesheet management for hourly employees. Manager is responsible for procurement of supplies to support the operation. Oversee milk parlor repairs, maintenance, and service. Manager will adhere to IACUC standards for all research projects. Manager will work with raw milk purchaser to ensure compliance with required animal handling techniques. And, make daily decisions in conjunction with the direction of the Director of the Farm Laboratories.
Project Manager Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Work as part of the Construction/Renovation Services team. Design, 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 - Call Center/Communication Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serves as a direct report to the Associate Director MT One Stop. Provides leadership and management for the in-house call center handling more than 35,000 calls per year. Recruits, hires, trains, supervises and evaluates for 4 call center agents including the management of temporary staff during peak times of the semester. Develops training modules for initial and on-going training and development. Investigates and resolves escalations that arise from students, parents, or university staff, assigns follow-up to staff as needed; determines call center operational strategies through data analysis, conducting needs assessments, capacity planning, and establishing efficiency and customer service standards. Develops and implements quality assurance programs, training, and monitoring staff performance. Serves as the primary contact, trainer, and liaison to a contracted third-party call center (currently Ed America). Uses knowledge across multiple areas of Enrollment Management that include: Admissions, Financial Aid, Scheduling, Records, and Bursar's Office. Assists MT One Stop coordinators when other leadership is not present, serve as backup supervisor in that area. Develop and execute communication plan pertinent to the MT One Stop model, to include texting/call/email campaigns. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned. Provides regular reports of call activity, escalations, types of calls, and volume to the Director for use by the AVP and VP.
Maintenance Mechanic Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Perform a variety of work in the maintenance and repair of buildings and grounds at various facilities/sites including electrical, plumbing, masonry, and carpentry. Perform repairs, rebuilds and new installations. Performs preventive maintenance on exhaust fans, sewer pumps, backflow testing, service and repair. Work involves air compressors, replacement of belts and lubrication, dishwashers, electrical motors, frost free faucets, garbage disposals, grease traps (in cafeterias), lighting fixtures, lighting controls; including photocontrols and timers, motor controls, multi phase exhaust fan motors, power receptacles, repair and installation of plumbing fixtures. Work involves installation and repair of water, electrical, sanitary sewage lines and irrigation. Perform other related tasks or special projects as assigned. Work locations include all university property, Guy James Farm, Swine Farm, Foundation Reception House, Beef Unit and Airport. Emergency overtime and after hour callbacks required.
Certification Analyst 2 Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Process the multiple types of undergraduate admissions applications using our student information systems (Banner and BDM) by following detailed procedures to make a knowledgeable decision in determining the eligibility for admission based on established criteria. The application processing includes maintaining electronic student files, reviewing electronic high school and college transcripts, entering data accurately, monitoring admission statuses while processing each step confidently and making accurate admissions decisions. Communicate and answer questions for applicants, students, campus personnel, and the general public. Act as the liaison between the University and high school counselors and personnel at other colleges related to the applicant's record. Perform other related duties as assigned. Candidates well suited to this position thrive in a fast-paced environment and are team players, problem solvers, self-confident decision makers, and highly-motivated/detail-oriented individuals.
Administrative Assistant 2 - Housing Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as secretarial resource and customer service representative for the Housing department. Process all paperwork for Housing payroll; respond to questions regarding summer conferences, guest housing, payroll issues for students, staff and the public; collect monies, as necessary, on guest housing apartments and Customs housing payments; follow up work as necessary. Perform other related duties as assigned.
Housekeeper Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Housekeeper position involves routine manual labor and housekeeping tasks plus additional duties associated with providing housekeeping and hosting duties for the President. Requires a full range of household duties. Incumbent will support the President and his/her family in meeting their duties to the University, including tasks related the the function of the President's house, taking telephone calls, messages, making proper referrals of calls. Assist with events, reception, and dinners, including coordinating with logistics and cleaning as appropriate once the event has concluded.
Heavy Equipment Lead Operator Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as sanitation driver and operate heavy equipment and machinery as lead worker in this capacity for the grounds department. Assist other departments within Facilities Services with jobs that require heavy equipment/machinery. Available for weekend work and/or callbacks as required.
Advisor - Career Development Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Career Advisor will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to reach MTSU students and alumni with high-quality career education through multi-faceted educational initiatives that meet the needs of the students and campus partners.
Director - ACE Learning Center* Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Interim Director for MTSU Ann Campbell Early Learning Center. This is a temporary, one year assignment with an end date of August 31, 2023. The director will support the staff and daily operations of a DHS licensed child care program serving approximately 35 families across 3 classrooms. Children present a variety of abilities where they learn and grow together in a safe, educational, learning environment. Staff include 6 full time teachers and assistants, a secretary, and office operations associate. Additionally, MTSU students from various disciplines complete observations, volunteer hours or internships at the Center. The director reports to the Early Learning Program’s director. The director is ultimately responsible for ensuring the offering of a high quality early learning program. Duties include: • scheduling for classroom coverage • supervision of staff, federal work study students, interns and volunteers • supporting staff to complete training and professional development • reviewing lesson plans • communicating with families • assisting with fund raising events • maintaining and meeting DHS licensing rules and regulations
Coordinator - Outreach/Support Program Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Report to the Associate Director MT One Stop, serve as the coordinator of financial aid and literacy outreach in the MT One Stop. Coordinate on-campus and community services for homeless students, those aging out of Foster Care and currently enrolled KIPP alumni; manage the MTSU student food pantry, all donations and inventory; provide backup at front desk to Enrollment Coordinators; facilitate marketing and outreach for Summer Reading Program; and perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.
Advisor - College of Liberal Arts Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Advisors in the College of Liberal Arts will work with students and faculty in all liberal arts disciplines. However, each advisor is assigned a specific academic population to ensure continuity in advising and the opportunity for rapport building. This Advisor position will work primarily with School of Music majors and minors. The College of Liberal Arts has an established advising office with high professional standards, a reputation for excellence, and focused advising for specialized disciplines. Our advisors are student centered, clear communicators, team players, advocates for the Liberal Arts, and capable of working effectively with staff and faculty to serve the needs of our students. The college Advisors will work with all demographics of undergraduate student populations from the point of matriculation to graduation. The primary is to provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses and determining appropriate education solutions. The advisor 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 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 other related tasks and special projects as assigned. Note: a flexible work schedule is required to accommodate student requests for advising after traditional work hours and recruiting events.
Office Supervisor - Procurement Logistic Services Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Serve as office supervisor to provide secretarial/clerical office support for the department of Procurement Logistic Services. Essential tasks include reception, secretarial and clerical tasks, data entry including Procurement system (MT$ource) and Financial system (Banner); respond to questions regarding the eProcurement bid process; respond to questions related to requisitions and purchase orders; maintain all accounting records and perform budget reconciliations for Procurement Logistic Services, Warehouse Services, and Receiving & Moving Services; process requisitions; generate and prepare departmental reports.
Adjunct Faculty, Art and Design Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Department of Art and Design at Middle Tennessee State University is seeking adjunct faculty members for the Fall 2022 semester to teach the following courses: ART 1610 2D Design - a survey of the visual elements and design principles used in two-dimensional art and design; ART 1620 Drawing I - a beginning course that focuses on learning to draw primarily from observation and exploring the process of drawing through a limited range of introductory media including charcoal, Conté crayon, graphite, and/or ink.
Athletic Business Analyst (Search Extended) Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Oversee and manage Athletic P-card program, perform reconciliations and reviews of various Athletic areas, maintain databases, assist with daily operations of Athletic Business office, and other duties as assigned.
Systems Engineer Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Systems Engineer will provide engineering expertise to ensure the effective operation of facilities on campus. Will be responsible to manage the operations and routine/preventive maintenance activities of MEP building systems including complex and critical process and environmental control systems. Will provide technical support to the Engineering Services Group for maintenance management and planning.
Accountant 2 Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Reporting to the Chair of Collection Development and Management (CDM), perform professional and technical duties related to the operation of the CDM department. Responsible for all financial and fiscal operational activities for the Walker Library materials budget with >$4 million in annual spending, including researching, reconciling, and balancing the integrated library system (FOLIO) with the university accounting system (Banner). Process payments for all materials acquired in the Library Materials budget. Author and generate reports using APIs to advise the Chair on budgetary matters, including recommendations on the interpretation of reports and preparation of the annual materials budget. Extract, cull, and analyze expenditure and commitment data using Microsoft Excel’s Power Query Editor. Prepare regular and ad hoc analysis reports including forecasts of trends and adjustments for inflation for presentation to departmental and library recipients. Serve as permanent member of the Library’s collection management committee (Information Resources Group) and provide budgetary updates and financial analysis to the group on resources under consideration. Serve as liaison to the Acquisitions and Continuing Resources Librarians and Accounts Payable, Procurement, the Budget Office, and any other campus entities dealing with budgetary matters to resolve payment and workflow issues with vendors and the integrated library system (FOLIO). Submit journal voucher requests to make necessary corrections. Provide oversight and guidance to all CDM personnel on University accounting and purchasing systems, including monitoring and verifying account designations for departmental expenditures. Review relevant library material acquisition and payment workflows and advise staff on new or updated procedures. Work independently, devising workflows and self-monitoring for quality. Perform other related tasks and special projects as assigned.

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