Employment

Interested in a career at Claflin? View current openings for faculty positions.

Qualified candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, three letters of recommendation and official transcript. Claflin is an equal opportunity employer. Special Note: Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

Faculty Job Vacancies

  • Adjunct Instructors Intensive English Language Program

    Position Titles: Adjunct Instructors
    Division: Academic Affairs
    Recruitment Pool: Open to General Public
    Position Type: Part-time/Adjunct Instructors
    Posting Date: February 6, 2017
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled
    Work Days: Monday – Friday
    Working Hours: Varies      

    Adjunct ESL Instructors, Intensive English Language Program

    Claflin University (Orangeburg, SC) seeks a dedicated team of adjunct instructors for an upcoming 16-week session of the Intensive English Language Program (IELP). This session will run from Monday, March 27 to Friday, July 14, future teaching opportunities may be available. The IELP serves international students and working professionals who need additional English instruction. We are seeking qualified instructors to help us fulfill our mission of improving our students’ language skills and preparing them for academic and professional success.

    Currently we need instructors to teach a group of recent high school graduates from Panama, with coursework focusing on English, people skills, and leadership. Applicants should be passionate teachers who show exceptional classroom skills, whose interest in language teaching and learning engages students, and who can fully prepare students for American university life.  Instructors who are highly motivated and dedicated to professional development are especially encouraged to apply.

    RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting directly to the Director of the IELP, adjunct instructors teach up to 15 hours per week in the program, and also carry out other duties assigned by the Director. Instructors are needed in the areas of pronunciation, speaking, listening, grammar, reading, and writing.  Applicants must have native or near-native English proficiency levels, and the ability to work with individuals from diverse locations and cultures.

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    UALIFICATIONS: Adjunct instructor candidates should have university-level ESL teaching experience, preferably in an intensive English language program. Specifically, they must have a Master’s degree or PhD degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, or ESL Education in hand. We will also consider candidates with a Master’s degree in English, Linguistics, or Education, and candidates who have a TESOL Certificate.

    CLOSING DATE: The program will begin by March 20, 2017.  Review of applications will start immediately and continue until all positions are filled.

    SALARY: The salary is highly competitive among universities in the region.

    SPECIAL NOTE:  Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Qualified candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, and contact information for three references to Dr. Esther Lee (eulee@claflin.edu). Please call Dr. Lee at 803-535-5568 with any questions.

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact     the Human Resources Office.      Office Number:  803-535-5635        

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Adjunct Faculty - Professional and Continuing Studies
    Position Title:         Adjunct Faculty  (Revised)
    Division:                  Academic Affairs
    Recruitment Pool:  Open to the General Public
    Position Type:         Part-Time Adjunct Faculty
    Posting Date:          March 20, 2014
    Closing Date:          Open Until Filled
    Working Hours:      Varies/Class Schedule
     

    Adjunct Faculty at Claflin University

    Claflin University invites applicants for the position of Adjunct Faculty to teach various undergraduate and graduate courses.  The university offers on-ground and online Bachelor Degree Programs in Organizational Management and Criminal Justice, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with diverse concentrations. Adjunct faculty are needed for these specific degree programs and for general education courses to support the undergraduate degree programs.

    The teaching positions are part-time and all teaching can be done via distance learning with 100% online classes without the necessity of travel or on-ground in the evenings and weekends on the Main Campus in Orangeburg, South Carolina or at the Fort Jackson Campus in Columbia, South Carolina. We are currently recruiting Adjunct Faculty for the following online and on-ground courses scheduled to start in the Summer and Fall 2014 semesters:

    • Accounting
    • Business Law
    • Economics
    • Business Statistics
    • Marketing
    • Management
    • Finance
    • Global Business
    • Criminal Justice
    • Forensic Science
    • Research Methods
    • Sociology
    • American Government
    • Psychology
    • English Composition/Literature
    • College Algebra
    • General Mathematics
    • Health Science/Nutrition
    • Religion/Philosophy
    • African American History
    • Spanish Language/Culture
    • Biological Sciences
    • Physical Science
    • Computer Concepts/Applications

     Minimum Qualifications for undergraduate Adjunct Faculty:

    • Master’s Degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credit hours in the teaching area (PhD preferred)
    • Prior undergraduate level teaching experience
    • Demonstrated written and oral communications skills
    • Online teaching experience (for online Adjunct Instructors)
    • A willingness and enthusiasm for teaching and student success

    Minimum Qualifications for graduate Adjunct Faculty:

    • Master’s Degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credit hours in the teaching area (PhD preferred)
    • Prior graduate level teaching experience
    • Prior business experience (management level experience preferred)
    • Demonstrated written and oral communications skills
    • Online teaching experience (for online Adjunct Instructors)
    • A willingness and enthusiasm for teaching and student success

    Application Procedure:  Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a completed Claflin University employment application, three current letters of recommendation and unofficial graduate transcripts (all official transcripts will be required upon hire) to the following:

    Office of Human Resources
    Claflin University
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, SC 29115
    Phone: (803) 535-5635
    Fax: (803) 535-5818

    Email: mmathis@claflin.edu                                                      

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Adjunct Instructors, Department of Music
    Position Title: Adjunct Instructors, Department of Music 
    Division: School of Humanities and Social Sciences 
    Recruitment Pool: Open to General Public 
    Position Type: Part Time/Adjunct 
    Funding Period: Academic Year 2012-2013 
    Posting Date: April 16, 2013 
    Closing Date: Open until Filled 
    Work Days: Monday – Friday 
    Working Hours: (Class Schedules Vary) 

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Candidates are sought to form a hiring pool for part-time/adjunct faculty positions in the Department of Music. Teaching assignments will be at the undergraduate level and include lecture, applied lessons, chamber ensembles, and studio. These positions would offer opportunities for undergraduate level teaching in the following applied music specialties: 

    • Flute/Piccolo • Clarinet • Saxophone • Oboe • Bassoon • French Horn • Trumpet • 
      Trombone 
    • Euphonium • Tuba • Percussion • Guitar (Jazz/Classical) • Strings 

    With possible further opportunities in academic areas such as: 

    • Chamber Ensembles • Music Appreciation • Jazz History • Jazz Theory 

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree or higher in Music or comparable professional experience. 

    PREFERED QUALIFICATIONS: Evidence of outstanding artistry and record of successful college-level teaching or public-school teaching experience, particularly in applied music and/or chamber ensembles. A commitment to quality instruction at the college level is essential. 

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants should complete a Claflin University Faculty Application located on our website, send a letter of application, a current curriculum vita, copies of all transcripts, three current letters of recommendation, and the addresses, telephone numbers and emails of at least five references. Additional supporting documents should include a videotape of the candidate conducting his/her assigned instrumental ensemble (rehearsal preferred). Please include return postage if return of video and supporting material is desired. Send all above materials to: 

    Dr. Isaiah McGee, Chair 
    Department of Music 
    Claflin University 
    400 Magnolia Street 
    Orangeburg, SC 29115 
    Email: Imcgee@claflin.edu 
    http://www.claflin.edu/about-claflin/human-resources/employment/faculty-job-postings 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office before the closing date. Office Number: 803-535-5635 TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD). 

    Equal Opportunity Employer 
  • Assistant/Associate/Professor of Marketing
    Position Titles:         Assistant/Associate/Professor of Marketing 
    Position Number:     FT142 
    Division:                    School of Business 
    Recruitment Pool:    Open to General Public 
    Position Type:           Full-time, Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty 
    Posting Date:            August 8, 2015 
    Closing Date:            Open Until Filled 
    Work Days:               Varies 
    Working Hours:        Varies 

    REPSONSIBILITIES: The School of Business invites applications for a faculty tenure track position in marketing to begin August, 2015. The Assistant/Associate/Professor of Marketing reports to the Chair of the Department and is responsible for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Marketing. He/she must be active and current in research and scholarly activities of specialization. Other responsibilities will include student advisement, serving on the University and Business School Committees, and providing professional service to the university and community. Perform other duties within the scope of the position. 

    QUALIFICATIONS: A Ph.D/DBA degree in Marketing preferred. Outstanding A.B.D. candidates with expected completion dates of June/July 2016 may be considered. The candidate must have teaching experience. Published research in refereed journals is highly desirable.

    SALARY: Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

    Closing Date: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

    Application Procedure: Application materials should include: faculty employment application, current resume/vita, sample of current research, unofficial transcripts and three letters of recommendation  to:
     
    Dr. Charles Richardson, Dean 
    School of Business 
    Claflin University; 400 Magnolia Street 
    Orangeburg, SC 29115 
    crichardson@claflin.edu
    Office #:803 535-5207/Fax: 803-535-5203 
    http://www.claflin.edu/about-claflin/human-resources/employment/faculty-job-postings 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office before the closing date. Office Number: 803-535-5635 Job Line Number: 803-535-5394 TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD). 

    Equal Opportunity Employer
  • Assistant/Associate Professor -School of Business
    Position Title:           Assistant/Associate Professor
    Department:             School of Business
    Division:                   Academic Affairs  
    Recruitment Pool:    Open to the General Public 
    Position Type:          Full-time Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty
    Posting Date:           February 19, 2016
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled
    Work Days:              Varies 
    Work Hours:             Varies 

                                               The World Needs Visionaries

    Founded in 1869, Claflin University is an independent, liberal arts, co-educational, historically black institution that is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Situated in the midlands of South Carolina between Columbia and Charleston, the University offers convenient access to the beaches, mountains, and two major interstate highways from the relaxed environment of a small town.  For more information, please visit our website at www.claflin.edu

    The School of Business invites applications for the following faculty positions starting fall 2016:

                                Assistant/Associate Professor of Accounting 
                                Assistant/Associate Professor of Finance 
                                Assistant/Associate Professor of Management

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The selected individual will teach courses in undergraduate, graduate, online and continuing studies programs.  The individual is expected to conduct research in his/her area of specialization.  Other responsibilities include student advisement, serving on University and School of Business Committees, and performing other duties within the scope of the position.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  A doctorate degree in the respective discipline with experience in teaching and research required.  A.B.D. candidates with expected completion date by August 2016 may be considered. Master’s degree with CPA will be considered for the Assistant/Associate Professor of Accounting position.  

    SALARY:  Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications and experience.  

    CLOSING DATE:
      Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates must submit an application, letter of interest, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and a copy of terminal degree transcript(s) to:        
                                    
    Claflin University 
    The Office of Academic Affairs    
    400 Magnolia Street    
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
     
    Fax #:  803-535-5170                
    Email: angela.peters@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number:   803-535-5635   Job Line Number:   803-535-5394    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD)

    Equal Opportunity Employer
  • Piano/Staff Accompanist (Assistant/Associate Professor) - FT257

    Department:               Music  
    Division:                     School of Humanities and Social Sciences     
    Recruitment Pool:     Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:            Full-time, Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty  
    Appointment Date:     August 2016  
    Posting Date:              March 1,2016  
    Closing Date:              Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                  Varies   
    Work Hours:                Varies

    The World Needs Visionaries

    Claflin University, founded in 1869, is the oldest historically black college or university in the State of South Carolina. In the 2008 Guidebook published by US News and World Report, Claflin University was rated in the “Top Tier” for the tenth consecutive year among Baccalaureate Colleges in the South and was also ranked for the Third Highest Graduation Rate in the South. 

    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC: The Claflin University Department of Music is an institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Its degree requirements are in accordance with the latest published regulations of the association.  The department is also accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

    RESPONSIBILITIES:  Teach applied piano to majors and possibly non-majors, class piano, and accompanying.  The candidate will accompany both vocal and instrumental students in recital, juries, seminars, lessons, and rehearsals; accompany the University Concert Choir and other vocal organizations; and play for all University convocations when needed.  The assignment may also include serving as pianist for the Wind Ensemble or String ensemble, and other duties as assigned.  The candidate is expected to participate fully in departmental recruitment activities and promote the Department within the state and nationally.  Other responsibilities include student advisement, serving on committees, grantsmanship, and research obligations consistent with all faculty appointments.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A graduate degree in Accompanying, Piano or Music Education is required; a completed doctorate is required for a tenure-track appointment and rank of Assistant Professor.  The successful candidate will be expected to continue a research agenda and participate in service activities.  Ability to teach in a secondary area such as music technology, applied lessons and group piano is desirable.

    RANK AND SALARY:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience, pending funding.

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Applicants must submit a faculty application,  transcripts of all university-level work, a detailed letter of application,  current curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and the names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of at least five (5) references (additional supporting documents may be requested of the final candidates) to:                               

    Dr. Isaiah R. McGee, Chair 
    Department of Music    
    Claflin University  
    400 Magnolia Street  
    Orangeburg, South Carolina   29115  

    E-mail: imcgee@claflin.edu     
    Office Number:  803-535-5234

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.                                           

    Office Number:   803-535-5635   
    Job Line Number:  803-535-5394    
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD)

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Education (M.Ed.) - FT277

    Department:              School of Education    
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    ivision:                     Academic Affairs  
    Recruitment Pool:     Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:           Full time, Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty   
    Posting Date:             March 15, 2016  
    Closing Date:             Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                 Varies   
    Work Hours:               Varies

    RESPONSIBILITIES:  The School of Education invites applicants to apply for a nine-month tenure-track faculty position as Assistant or Associate Professor of Education. The successful candidate will assist with the fully Online Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction and K-12 education in the School of Education.  The responsibilities for this position include teaching effectively (including online teaching), providing sound academic advisement, conducting socially significant research, and pursuing external funding.  The Assistant or Associate Professor will provide service to the University, profession, and community; serve on University and School of Education committees; maximize opportunities to initiate growth in and secure grant funding; and perform other duties within the scope of the position as assigned by the supervisor.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  An earned doctorate in literacy/reading, early childhood education, elementary education, middle level education, curriculum and instruction, or related field is required.  Candidates should possess a minimum of three years of teaching experience (college level teaching experience is preferred).  Evidence of research and grant writing skills, knowledge of current K-12 education, educational pedagogy, curriculum and instructional foundations, and participation in curriculum development adapted to standards-based curricular are desirable.

    SALARY:  Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, letter of interest, curriculum vitae, description and elaboration of relevant experience, select publications, three professional references with contact information, and official transcripts to:                                                            

    Dr. Nicole Strange-Martin, Dean  
    School of Education  
    Claflin University  
    400 Magnolia Street  
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115

    Fax Number: 803-535-5485         
     E-mail: nstrange-matin@claflin.edu  
    Office Number: 803-535-5225

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.    
    Office Number: 803-535-5635 
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583     

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Assistant Professor of Education (Information Technology Specialist)

    Position Number:      FT276  
    Department:              School of Education   
    Division:                     School of Education 
    Recruitment Pool:     Open to the General Public 
    Position Type:            Full time, Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty  
    Posting Date:             March 10, 2016 
    Closing Date:             Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                Varies   
    Work Hours:              Varies 

    RESPONSIBILITIES:  The School of Education invites applications for a nine-month tenure-track Assistant Professor of Education faculty position in the School of Education.  The successful candidate for this position will serve as an Information Technology Specialist (ITS) charged with spearheading technological initiatives that meet institutional, state and national technology standards; aid in classroom instruction; provide access to students for assignments, research, practice and preparation of materials; and allow faculty and staff to engage in best practices that keep them current with trends in education, research and scholarly activities.  The Information Technology Specialist will assume responsibility as the Database Manager, ensuring that a key component of the Unit’s assessment system functions effectively, including, the collection, aggregation, disaggregation and dissemination of assessment data from points within the Unit and from outside the Unit to coordinate accreditation and reporting activities.  The Information Technology Specialist serves as the administrator for several web-based resources for the Unit including LiveText, PlatoWeb, and the School of Education web pages; and coordinates activities with the Public Relations Department (Communications and Marketing) and the Information Technology Department. Other responsibilities for this position include teaching effectively, providing sound academic advisement, conducting socially significant research, and pursuing external funding.  The Assistant Professor will provide service to the University, profession, and community; serve on University and School of Education committees; maximize opportunities to initiate growth in and secure grant funding; and perform other duties within the scope of the position as assigned by the supervisor.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  An earned doctorate in instructional technology, early childhood education, elementary education, middle level education, curriculum and instruction, or related field is preferred. Teaching and/or college level teaching experience, evidence of research and grant writing skills, and knowledge of educational pedagogy are desirable. Ability to think critically, analyze problems, and independently manage work activities required.  The successful candidate must have exceptional interpersonal relations, organizational, communication, and problem solving skills.

    SALARY:  Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, letter of interest, curriculum vitae, description and elaboration of relevant experience, select publications, three professional references with contact information, and official transcripts to:                                                                

    Dr. Nicole Strange-Martin, Dean  
    School of Education  
    Claflin University  
    400 Magnolia Street  
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115

    Fax Number: 803-535-5485       
    E-mail: nstange-martin@claflin.edu  

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.    
    Office Number: 803-535-5635     
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583        

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences/Professor - FA037

    Position Title:         Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences/Professor
    Position Number:    FA037
    Division:                  Academic Affairs
    Recruitment Pool:   Open to the General Public
    Position Type:         Full-time, Tenure-Track,Salaried/Faculty
    Posting Date:           April 28, 2016
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled
    Work Days:              Monday - Friday
    Working Hours:       Varies

    DEAN, SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Claflin University seeks a creative and visionary leader to serve as the Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences to direct and develop progressive educational programs.  The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is comprised of the following departments:  Art, English, Humanities, Mass Communications, Music, and Social Sciences. 

    RESPONSIBILITIES:  As a member of the academic leadership team, the Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences reports to the Provost and represents and advocates for faculty, students, and overall quality of academic programs of the School.  The Dean is expected to evidence a leadership style characterized by transparency and professional integrity that inspires cooperation, innovation, creativity, and respect among faculty, students, administrators, and staff.  The Dean is responsible for fund-raising and professional activities that support the budgetary/fiscal health of the School; implementation of high quality educational policies; recruitment, evaluation and retention of faculty; as well as issues related to cultural inclusion, advisement and globalism.

    QUALIFICATIONS:   The successful candidate must possess an earned doctorate in one of the disciplines offered in the School; and a proven record of academic accomplishments, scholarship, and teaching excellence. The candidate must also possess a distinguished academic record commensurate with the appointment as a tenured faculty member in one of the disciplines within the School. He/she must exhibit demonstrated effectiveness in academic program planning and evaluation, curriculum development, and student learning outcomes’ assessment. Other desired characteristics include demonstrated success in academic leadership, the ability to enhance/promote existing programs, the ability to recruit and develop a diverse faculty, and the skills to foster interdisciplinary collaboration with other academic programs within the School and University, and throughout the community.   

    REVIEW DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates should submit an application,  letter of application, curriculum vitae, description and elaboration of relevant experience, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references to:

    Office of Human Resources
    Claflin University
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, SC  29115
    E-mailhumanresources@claflin.edu                                                          
    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.   
    Office Number:  803-535-5635  
    Job Line Number:  803-535-5394      
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Adjunct Business Faculty

    DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

    Claflin University is seeking adjunct faculty members for the School of Business in the areas of accounting, finance and marketing.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    MS/MA/MBA required (18 hours minimum in the discipline). CPA, PhD/DBA is strongly preferred.

    Closing Date:   Review is ongoing.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Position Title: Adjunct Faculty for School of Business
    Division: Academic Affairs
    Recruitment Pool: Open to the General Public
    Position Type: Part-Time Faculty
    Posting Date: Continuous
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled
    Work Days: Varies/Class Schedule

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

    Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Dr. Charles W. Richardson
    Dean, School of Business 
    400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, SC 29115
    Office# 803-535-5689
    Fax# 803-535-5203 
    E-mail: crichardson@claflin.edu   

  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Biology - FT154

    Department:             Biology
    Division:                   Academic Affairs     
    Recruitment Pool:    Open to the General  Public              
    Position Type:          Full-time, Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty  
    Posting Date:           June 6, 2016 
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled 
    Work Days:               Monday - Friday  
    Work Hours:             8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Claflin University seeks a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Biology.  Specific responsibilities include: daily instruction of courses in the undergraduate and graduate biology program curricula as assigned each semester (expected to teach: i.e., General Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, Cell and Molecular Biology) in accordance with the course syllabi, administration of exam, monitoring of student attendance, submission of final grades, and other duties associated with course instruction.   In addition to instructional responsibilities, this position requires ongoing compliance with the criteria for faculty performance in research and grantsmanship, faculty development, service to the University and community, committee participation, and other duties as assigned.  The Department of Biology invites applications for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Biology with a vision to enhance its strong undergraduate program and actively participate in research and teaching in its growing graduate program.  The successful candidate will be an educator who approaches both teaching and research with enthusiasm, motivated to work with students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and strives to develop students as scholars. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Ph.D. degree in the Biological Sciences required.  Academic experience must be appropriate for appointment at the rank of assistant/associate professor.  Candidate must have an earned doctorate in the Biological Sciences and have an established record of teaching, research, grantsmanship, and service appropriate for appointment to the rank of Assistant/Associate professor. 

    SALARY:
      Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, letter of application, full curriculum vitae, brief statement of teaching philosophy, at least three references, along with  contact information, and official transcripts of all university-level work to:                                   

    Dr. Verlie Tisdale, Dean 
    School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  
    Claflin University 
    400 Magnolia Street  
    Orangeburg, SC 29115

    E-mail:  vtisdale@claflin.edu 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.      
    Office Number:   803-535-5635            
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Biology - Environmental Science - FT235

    Department:                Biology 
    Division:                      Academic Affairs   
    Recruitment Pool:      Open to the General  Public     
    Position Type:            Full-time, Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty  
    Posting Date:              June 6, 2016  
    Closing Date:              Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                  Monday - Friday  
    Work Hours:                8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Claflin University seeks a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Biology-Environmental Science.   Specific responsibilities include: daily instruction of courses in the undergraduate and graduate biology program curricula as assigned each semester (expected to teach: i.e., General Biology, Principles of Environmental Science, Environmental Policy, Environmental Toxicology and Health, and Environmental Management) in accordance with the course syllabi, administration of exam, monitoring of student attendance, submission of final grades, and other duties associated with course instruction.   In addition to instructional responsibilities, this position requires ongoing compliance with the criteria for faculty performance in research and grantsmanship, faculty development, service to the University and community, committee participation, and other duties as assigned.  The Department of Biology invites applications for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Biology/Environmental Science with a vision to enhance its strong undergraduate program and actively participate in research and teaching in its growing graduate program.  The successful candidate will be an educator who approaches both teaching and research with enthusiasm, motivated to work with students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and strives to develop students as scholars. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Ph.D. degree in Environmental Science or related field.  Academic experience must be appropriate for appointment at the rank of assistant/associate professor.  Candidate must have an earned doctorate in the Environmental Sciences or related field and have an established record of teaching, research, grantsmanship, and service appropriate for appointment to the rank of Assistant/Associate professor.

    SALARY:  Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, full curriculum vitae, brief statement of teaching philosophy, at least three references, along with  contact information, and official transcripts of all university-level work to:                                   

    Dr. Verlie Tisdale, Dean 
    School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  
    Claflin University  
    400 Magnolia Street 
    Orangeburg, SC 29115

    E-mail:  vtisdale@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.      
    Office Number:   803-535-5635               
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583   

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Digital Design Adjunct Professors

    Adjunct Professor of Digital Design: Animation and Game Design 
    The Adjunct Professor of Animation and Game Design will teach courses Digital Modeling, Visual Effects, Intro to Game Creation, Advanced Animation Studio, The successful candidate will encourage innovative design of both informational and entertainment media with a broad-ranging program. MFA or equivalent terminal degree in Media Arts, Art and Design, Animation and 2 years of full-time experience in animation, user experience and interactive design. Must have experience in animation, programming, interactive design and creative problem solving; expertise and technical grounding in design fundamentals and design process; demonstrated knowledge of the history and critical theory of new media; demonstrated knowledge of the web/mobile/game industry; and experience creating and directing projects included 2-D and 3-D animation, as well as interactive media design. 

    Adjunct Professor of Digital Design: Interaction Design
    The Adjunct Professor of Interaction Design will bring expertise, experience, and an understanding of current trends in one or more of the following areas in the context of professional practice, research, and/or creative work: Digital interaction design; Creative coding; Cognitive data-driven design; User experience/user interface design; Transmedia design; Human-centered design; Design for social impact and sustainability; and Service-based design. Successful candidates will bring demonstrable teaching effectiveness and a strong capacity for contribution to a collective engagement with contemporary design as a social, aesthetic, and professional discipline. 

    Adjunct Professor of Digital Design: Film and Digital Installations 
    The Adjunct Professor of Digital Design: Film will be able use DSLR cameras to create short films, graphic ads, and commercials. The successful candidate will have expert knowledge of digital video tools including, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition, as well as an excellent grasp of lighting design techniques, audio capture and video editing skills. Knowledge of development techniques for digital art and video art installations is also a plus. This adjunct professor should also be familiar with Macintosh and PC platforms, and be well-versed in advanced digital video and sound. 

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, cover letter, current vita/resume, digital portfolio, three professional references with contact information, and unofficial transcripts to: 

    Email: humanresources@claflin.edu                  Fax #: 803-535-5818 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635 Job Line Number: 803-535-5394 TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 

    Equal Opportunity Employer 

  • Assistant /Associate Professor of Biology - FT182

    Department:               Biology  
    Division:                     Academic Affairs  
    Recruitment Pool:     Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:            Full-time,Tenure-Track, Salaried/faculty 
    Posting Date:             June 23, 2016  
    Closing Date:             Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                 Monday - Friday  
    Work Hours:               8:00 a.m. –   5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   The Department of Biology invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Biology with a vision to enhance its strong undergraduate program and actively participate in research and teaching in its growing graduate program.  Specific responsibilities include: daily instruction of courses in the undergraduate and graduate biology program curricula as assigned each semester (expected to teach i.e. courses such as, Biology, Botany Ecology, Environmental Ecology, Technology and Environmental Interaction, Environmental Management) in accordance with the course syllabi, administration of exams, monitoring of student attendance, submission of final grades, and other duties associated with course instruction.   In addition to instructional responsibilities, this position requires ongoing compliance with the criteria for faculty performance in research and grantsmanship, faculty development, service to the University and community, committee participation, and other duties as assigned. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:   This position requires a Ph.D. in the biological sciences/Plant Biology/Ecology.  Rank is dependent upon the level of experience and must be appropriate for appointment to the rank of assistant/associate professor.  The successful candidate will be an educator who approaches both teaching and research with enthusiasm, is motivated to work with students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and strives to develop students as scholars.  Candidates must have an earned doctorate in the biological sciences and an established record of teaching, research, grantsmanship and service appropriate for appointment to the rank of Assistant/Associate professor.

    SALARY:  Salary and rank arecommensurate with qualifications.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:  Candidates must submit an application, letter of application, full curriculum vitae, brief statement of teaching philosophy, transcripts, and at least three professional references with names, addresses and telephone numbers to: 

    Dr. Verlie Tisdale, Dean  
    School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics   
    Claflin University   
    400 Magnolia Street     
    Orangeburg, SC 29115                

    Email: vtisdale@claflin.edu               
    Office Number: 803-535-5433

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.      
    Office Number:  803-535-5635        
    TDD Number:   1-800-735-8583

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science/Computer Engineering

    Position Number:       FT260  
    Department:
                   Mathematics and Computer Science  
    Division:                     Academic Affairs  
    Recruitment Pool:     Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:            Full-time,Tenure-Track, Salaried/faculty  
    Posting Date:             July 1, 2016  
    Closing Date:             Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                 Monday - Friday  
    Work Hours:               8:00 a.m. –   5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (SNSM) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science/Computer Engineering.  Specific responsibilities include: daily instruction of courses in the Computer Science/Computer Engineering program curricula as assigned each semester in accordance with the course syllabi, administration of exams, monitoring of student attendance, submission of final grades, and other duties associated with course instruction.   In addition to instructional responsibilities, the Assistant/Associate Professor position requires ongoing compliance with the criteria for faculty performance in research and grantsmanship, faculty development, service to the University and community, committee participation, and other duties as assigned.  The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science invites candidates for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science/Computer Engineering with a vision to enhance its program. The successful candidate will be an educator who approaches both teaching and research with enthusiasm, is motivated to work with students, and strives to develop students as scholars.  
     
    QUALIFICATIONS:  This position requires a Ph.D. in Computer Science/Computer Engineering or corporate experience.  Candidates must have superior academic experience and an established record of teaching, research, grantsmanship, and service. The successful candidate will be a computer science/computer engineer educator who is prepared to work with the Chair and colleagues in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. 

    SALARY:  Salary and rank arecommensurate with qualifications.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:  Candidates must submit an application, letter of application, full curriculum vitae, description and elaboration of relevant experience, transcripts, and at least three professional references with names, addresses and telephone numbers to: 

    Dr. Verlie Tisdale, Dean  
    School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics    
    Claflin University   
    400 Magnolia Street     
    Orangeburg, SC 29115            

    Email: vtisdale@claflin.edu               
    Office Number: 803-535-5433

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.      

    Office Number:  803-535-5635         
    TDD Number:   1-800-735-8583

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Adjunct ESL Instructors, Intensive English Language Program - Revised

    Position Title:               Adjunct Instructor 
    Division:                        Academic Affairs 
    Recruitment Pool:        Open to General Public 
    Position Type:              Part-time 20 hours/ Faculty 
    Posting Date:               July 2, 2016 
    Closing Date:               Open Until Filled 
    Work Days:                   Monday – Friday 
    Working Hours:           To Be Arranged 

    Claflin University (Orangeburg, SC) seeks a dedicated team of adjunct instructors for its new Intensive English Language Program (IELP). The IELP serves international college students who need additional English instruction before entering the university full-time. We are seeking qualified instructors to help us fulfill our mission of improving our international students’ language skills and preparing them for academic success at Claflin University. 

    Specifically, we are seeking passionate teachers who show exceptional classroom skills, whose interest in language teaching and learning engages students, and who fully prepare students for American university life. Instructors who are highly motivated and dedicated to professional development are especially encouraged to apply. 

    JOB DESCRIPTION: 

    Responsibilities: Reporting directly to the Director of the IELP, adjunct instructors teach up to 20 hours per week in the program, and carry out other duties assigned by the Director. Instructors are needed in the areas of pronunciation, speaking, listening, grammar, reading, and writing. Applicants should have native or near-native English proficiency levels, and the ability to work with individuals from diverse locations and cultures. 

    Qualifications: Candidates should have university-level ESL teaching experiences, preferably in an intensive English language program. Candidates should have a Master’s degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, or ESL Education. We also consider candidates with a Master’s degree in English, Linguistics, or Education, and candidates who have a TESOL Certificate. 

    Closing Date: Classes will begin by August.  Review of applications will start immediately and continue until all positions are filled. 

    Salary:   Commensurate with experience and credentials. 

    Application Procedure:   Qualified candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, and contact information for three references to Dr. Esther Lee (eulee@claflin.edu). Please call Dr. Lee at 803-535-5568 with any questions. 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should
    contact the Human Resources Office.  
    Office Number:  803-535-5635      
    TDD Number:  1-800-735-8583 (TDD).

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Adjunct Faculty, School of Education

    Adjunct Faculty, School of Education

    Position Title:          Adjunct Faculty for School of Education 
    Division:                   Academic Affairs
    Recruitment Pool:   Open to the General Public
    Position Type:         Part-Time Faculty
    Posting Date:           Continuous
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled
    Work Days:               Varies/Class Schedule

    RESPONSIBILITIES:  Claflin University invites applicants for the position of Adjunct Faculty to teach graduate courses.  The university is scheduled to start offering an online Master of Education Degree with concentration curriculum, instruction and focus 21st century teaching and learning strategies in the fall of 2015.   These graduate teaching positions are part-time and all teaching can be done via distance learning with 100% online courses without the necessity of travel or on-ground in the evenings and weekends on the Main Campus in Orangeburg, South Carolina. The School of Education is currently recruiting stellar Adjunct Faculty to fill positions for this program.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Required:  PHD, Ed D in education or related discipline 

    Closing Date:   Review is ongoing.
     
    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:  Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Dr. Nicole Strange-Martin
    Dean, School of Education
    400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, SC 29115
    E-mail: nstrange-martin@claflin.edu

  • Adjunct Faculty - Psychology

    Division:                   Academic Affairs       
    Recruitment Pool:   Open to the General Public     
    Position Type:          Part-Time Faculty  
    Posting Date:           July 2, 2016  
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:               Varies   
    Work Hours:             Class Schedule

    RESPONSIBILITIES:    The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Claflin University invites applications for the position of Adjunct Faculty in Psychology for both online and on-ground courses.  The online courses are taught through Moodle and last eight weeks.  The on-ground courses will be taught at Claflin University in Orangeburg, S.C.  Both day and evening courses are available.  The successful candidate will be an educator who approaches teaching with enthusiasm, motivated to work with students, committed to teaching excellence, and strives to develop students as scholars. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s degree is required in a related discipline;Ph.D. degree is preferred.

    SALARY:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, letter of interest, full curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation with reference contact information, and unofficial transcripts (official transcripts will be required before a contract will be offered) to:     

    Dr. Mitchell B. Mackinem  
    School of Humanities and Social Sciences  
    Claflin University  
    400 Magnolia Street   
    Orangeburg, South Carolina  29115

    E-mail:  mmackinem@claflin.edu    
    Office Number: 803-535-5078         
    Fax Number: 803-535-5468

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.      
    Office Number:   803-535-5635
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583   

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Adjunct Faculty - Sociology

    Division:                    Academic Affairs        
    Recruitment Pool:    Open to the General Public      
    Position Type:          
    Part-Time Faculty  
    Posting Date:           July 2, 2016  
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:               Varies   
    Work Hours:             Class Schedule  

    RESPONSIBILITIES:    The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Claflin University invites applications for the position of Adjunct Faculty in Sociology for both online and on-ground courses.  The online courses are taught through Moodle and last eight weeks.  The on-ground courses will be taught at Claflin University in Orangeburg, S.C.  Both day and evening courses are available.  The successful candidate will be an educator who approaches teaching with enthusiasm, motivated to work with students, committed to teaching excellence, and strives to develop students as scholars. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s degree is required in a related discipline;Ph.D. degree is preferred.

    SALARY:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, letter of interest, full curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation with reference contact information, and unofficial transcripts (official transcripts will be required before a contract will be offered) to:          

    Dr. Mitchell B. Mackinem  
    School of Humanities and Social Sciences  
    Claflin University  
    400 Magnolia Street   
    Orangeburg, South Carolina  29115  
    E-mail:  mmackinem@claflin.edu  
    Office Number: 803-535-5078    
    Fax Number: 803-535-5468

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.      
    Office Number:   803-535-5635                    
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Assistant Professor of Mass Communications - FT227 (Revised)

    Position Number:         FT227 (Revised)

    Division:                        Mass Communication

    Recruitment Pool:        Open to General Public

    Position Type:               Full-time, Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty

    Posting Date:                 December 18, 2015

    Closing Date:                 Open Until Filled

    Work Days:                     Monday – Friday

    Working Hours:              8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Department of Mass Communication invites applications for an instructor/assistant professor for the Fall 2016 semester. The selected individual will teach Web Design, Digital Media/Convergence and basic television and radio production courses as well as support the overall mass communications curriculum. The candidate will supervise and support department production projects, facilities and students. He/she will participate in advising, research and service activities as required and perform any other duties within the scope of the position.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS: PhD in Mass Communications with a minimum of 18 documented hours in Mass Communications at the graduate level required, ABD considered; Knowledge of Multi-Media & Convergence Equipment as well as Creative Suites software, Video and Audio Editing Software such as Avid Editing, Pro Tools and Final Cut Pro expected.

     

    SALARY:  Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.   

      

    Closing Date:  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

    Dr. Isaiah McGee 
    Interim Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences  
    Claflin University; 400 Magnolia Street 
    Orangeburg, SC 29115
    email: imcgee@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number:  803-535-5635     TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD).

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Adjunct Faculty for RN to BSN Program

    Position Title: Adjunct Faculty for RN to BSN Program
    Division: School of Natural Science and Mathematics
    Recruitment Pool: Open to the General Public
    Position Type: Part-Time Faculty
    Posting Date: Continuous
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled
    Work Days: Varies/Class Schedule

    RESPONSIBILITIES: Claflin University invites applicants for the position of Adjunct Faculty to teach undergraduate nursing courses in its RN to BSN program. These undergraduate teaching positions are part-time and all teaching can be done via distance learning. The courses are 8 weeks and are taught online through Moodle; with the exception of on-ground intensives one Saturday per month in Orangeburg, South Carolina.

    Candidates should possess strong organizational and communication skills. The ideal candidate will have recent (2-3 years) of course coordination, didactic teaching experience in the online environment; however motivated candidates who meet educational and professional criteria will be considered.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Required: Unencumbered S.C. Registered Nursing License, current BLS certification, and a Master’s Degree in Nursing, with a Doctorate in Nursing and Online teaching experience preferred.

    SPECIAL NOTE: Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    Closing Date: Review is ongoing.

    Claflin University
    Human Resources Office
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115

    Fax #: 803-535-5818
    E-mail: humanresources@claflin.edu

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, letter of interest, full curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation with reference contact information, and (unofficial transcripts will be required before a contract will be offered) to:

    Claflin University 
    Human Resources Office 
    400 Magnolia Street 
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115 
    Fax #: 803-535-5818 
    E-mail: humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8538 (TDD)

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Assistant Professor of Education (Accreditation/Assessment Coordinator)-FT118

    Department:               School of Education   
    Division:                     Academic Affairs   
    Recruitment Pool:     Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:           Full time, Tenure-track, Salaried/Faculty  
    Posting Date:             March 15, 2016  
    Closing Date:             Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                 Varies   
    Work Hours:               Varies

    RESPONSIBILITIES:  The School of Education invites applicants to apply for a nine-month tenure-track faculty position as Assistant Professor of Education. The successful candidate will provide leadership in the management of activities related to student progress through the Educator Preparation Program, accreditation of the Education Unit, and monitoring of candidate and Unit Assessment data.  The responsibilities for this position include teaching effectively, providing sound academic advisement, conducting socially significant research, and pursuing external funding. The Assistant Professor will participate in curriculum alignment with emphasis on meeting Educator Preparation Program requirements. The selected candidate will provide service to the University, profession, and community; serve on University and School of Education committees; maximize opportunities to initiate growth in and secure grant funding; and perform other duties within the scope of the position as assigned by the supervisor.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate should possess a Ph.D. or Ed.D., with a breadth of knowledge and experience in reading/literacy, elementary education, middle level education or a related field.  An understanding of certification requirements, and documented teaching  and program assessment experience preferred.  Evidence of research and grant writing skills; knowledge of educational pedagogy, curriculum and instructional foundations; and participation in curriculum development emphasizing standards-based curricular are desirable. Strong verbal, written and interpersonal skills and proficiency in spreadsheet, database and word processing programs required.

    SALARY:  Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, available at      http://www.claflin.edu/about-cu/human-resources/employment/faculty-job-postings, letter of interest, curriculum vitae, description and elaboration of relevant experience, select publications, three professional references with contact information, and official transcripts to:                                                                 

    Dr. Ronald E. Speight, Interim Dean  
    School of Education  
    Claflin University  
    400 Magnolia Street  
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115 

    Fax Number: 803-535-5485      
    E-mail: rspeight@claflin.edu     
    Office Number: 803-535-5225

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.  
    Office Number: 803-535-5635     
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583       

    Equal Opportunity Employer

Staff Job Vacancies

  • Information Technology Specialist I

    Position Title:           Information Technology Specialist

    Position #:                 60000

    Division:                   Planning, Assessment and Information Technology                

    Recruitment Pool:  Open to the General Public

    Position Type:          Full-time Salaried

    Posting Date:            February 6, 2017

    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled

    Work Days:               Monday - Friday

    Working Hours:       8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Information Technology Specialist I reports to the Associate Vice President for Information Technology and is responsible for assisting with installing, maintaining, supporting, and troubleshooting the network infrastructure for Claflin University.   The infrastructure primarily consists of Microsoft Windows 2012r2 virtual machines under VMWare vSphere and Nutanix platform, running on a Cisco backbone.  Services include but are not limited to, Active Directory, Exchange, Internet Information Server, Systems Configuration Manager, SQL Server and Aerohive Wireless.  Additionally, the IT Specialist must help to support a variety of systems including McIntosh, Linux, UNIX, and others; assist the helpdesk and administration of the network backbone including switches, routers, firewalls, etc.; and  development of reports and presentations.  He/she will perform any other duties within the scope of this position.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related discipline is strongly preferred.  The successful candidate must be knowledgeable of Windows operating systems, Cisco routers, switches and VMWare ESXi; have a working knowledge of networking and networking concepts.    He/she must be skilled in managing multiple projects, setting priorities and communicating in a clear and concise manner; demonstrated ability to develop assigned presentations and reports; and work effectively with others.  Previous experience as a Network Administrator is a plus.

    Application Procedure: Candidates must submit an application and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Claflin University – Human Resources Office

    400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, SC  29115

                Fax # 803-535-5818                                                                             E-mail:  mmathis@claflin.edu 

            

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.  Office Number:  803-535-5635.              

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Coordinator of Experiential Learning for CPI

    Position Title: Claflin University Coordinator of Experiential Learning for CPI
    Position Number: 22073
    Division: Academic Affairs                  
    Recruitment Pool: Internal (Claflin University Employees Only)
    Position Type: Full-time Salaried/Staff
    Posting Date: January 31, 2017
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled
    Work Days: Monday - Friday
    Working Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    The Carolina Cluster Pathway Program (C2P2) is a consortium of three core institutions with a combined enrollment of 4,400: Benedict College, Claflin University (the lead institution), and Voorhees College.  These are referred to as core members. Funded by UNCF & Lilly Foundation, the program is designed to support participating institutions to strengthen career guidance and leverage the liberal arts education of students by adding certain skills, experiences, and knowledge required by employers.  Programs will be expected to engage college faculty in the development of curricula that is aligned with workforce needs to better prepare students to compete in careers of their choice.  The initiative will help institutions build partnerships with local and national employers and improve student career services.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Coordinator reports to the Provost and will be responsible for the coordination of experiential learning opportunities for Claflin University students.  Areas of responsibility include the following: student internships; study away, study abroad; co-ops; and service. The Coordinator will work in concert with Career Development, International Education Office, and academic leaders regarding experiential learning opportunities; serve as liaison to cluster internship supervisors or coordinators; develop and maintain clearinghouse or database of experiential learning opportunities, evaluations, and assessment data in support of the CPI; coordinate experiential learning programs; assist in developing an experiential learning handbook for cluster student and faculty; and produce required reports. Collect data and follow-up surveys to assist in the development, implementation, evaluation, and continuous improvement efforts of the experiential learning processes. Assist in developing civic and business relationships that increase opportunities for experiential learning for students. The Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Cluster Coordinator of Experiential Learning to plan experiential learning workshops and promote experiential learning opportunities for students at the University. Perform other duties as assigned by the Provost.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred.  Two years of experience in internship or experiential education coordination or related student success area preferred. Knowledge of experiential learning pedagogy, student success initiatives, and academic programming related to experiential education preferred. Ability to develop and maintain databases, reports, and processes; present information effectively to internal and external audiences; develop and write reports, business correspondence, and PowerPoint presentations; and work well with students and colleagues required.   Excellent interpersonal relation and communication, organizational, attention to details, and decision-making skills are essential.

    SPECIAL NOTE:   Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates must submit an application, official transcripts, detailed resume, three current letters of recommendation, and names and telephone numbers of at least three professional references to:

    Claflin University
    Human Resources Office
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
    Fax #:  803-535-5818                      
    Email:
    humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635                 

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Executive Director of the Carolina Pathway Program

    Position Title: Executive Director of the Carolina Pathway Program
    Position Number: 22070
    Division: Academic Affairs                  
    Recruitment Pool: Open to the General Public
    Position Type: Full-time Salaried/Staff
    Posting Date: January 30, 2017
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled
    Work Days: Monday - Friday
    Working Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    The Carolina Cluster Pathway Program (C2P2) is a consortium of three core institutions with a combined enrollment of 4,400: Benedict College, Claflin University (the lead institution), and Voorhees College. Funded by UNCF & Lilly Foundation, the program is designed to support participating institutions to strengthen career guidance and leverage the liberal arts education of students by adding certain skills, experiences, and knowledge required by employers.  Programs will be expected to engage college faculty in the development of curricula that is aligned with workforce needs to better prepare students to compete in careers of their choice.  The initiative will help institutions build partnerships with local and national employers and improve student career services.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Executive Director reports to the Provost and will be responsible for managing a UNCF/Lilly Foundation funded Career Pathways Initiative that consists of three institutions:  Benedict College, Claflin University and Voorhees College. The Carolina Cluster Pathway Program (C2P2) will be housed at Claflin University, the lead institution. The Executive Director will oversee all operations, functions, and activities of the cluster, provide active management of the day-to-day activities related to successfully achieving the goals of the program, and maintain positive client services relationships with the cluster students, faculty, and stakeholders.  The Executive Director will provide university-wide leadership to the three cluster sites i.e. Benedict College, Claflin University, Voorhees College, and the cluster state-office.  Provide oversight and input in the development and implementation of cluster institutions career pathway plans and program activities. Oversee activities and programs administered by the cluster state-office and the recruitment and training of program staff; monitor grant activities for the cluster state-office and cluster institutions, along with campus directors; monitor the financial activities of the program; coordinate all financial reconciliations and budget reporting with cluster institutions; and ensure grant compliance. Manage and participate in the collection and/or processing of data and/or information and the preparation of related documents, reports, and communications. Engage the local and regional community in the implementation of the projects’ career pathway initiatives; provide outreach to foundations; and develop partnerships and establish relationships with educators, corporate executives, consultants, contractors, etc. to implement program activities. Participate in overall program planning and decision making as part of the management team, participate in related meetings and conferences, and report to the Carolina Cluster Steering Committee on program status, needs and problems.  Perform other duties as assigned by the Provost.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s Degree and experience with grant administration required and a Doctorate with at least five years of experience in student services, higher education administration, education, or a related field preferred. Experience in leading or coordinating student success initiatives on a university campus and with at-risk students preferred. Ability to work well with colleagues in a team effort, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and develop and write reports, business correspondence, and PowerPoint presentations required. Excellent managerial, interpersonal relations, Microsoft Excel for data analysis/budgeting, and oral and written communication skills required. Candidate must possess a valid South Carolina driver's license and available to travel frequently.

    SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    SPECIAL NOTE:  Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates must submit a letter of application, an application, available         at http://www.claflin.edu/about/offices-services/human-resources/employment, official transcripts, detailed resume, three current letters of recommendation, names and telephone numbers of at least three professional references, and other chosen credentials to:

    Claflin University
    Human Resources Office
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
    Fax #:  803-535-5818                      
    Email:
    humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635                                                          

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Campus Director of the CPI

    Position Title: Campus Director of the CPI
    Position Number: 22071
    Division: Academic Affairs                  
    Recruitment Pool: Internal (Claflin University Employees Only)
    Position Type: Full-time Salaried/Staff
    Posting Date: January 27, 2017
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled
    Work Days: Monday - Friday
    Working Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

     

    The Carolina Cluster Pathway Program (C2P2) is a consortium of three core institutions with a combined enrollment of 4,400: Benedict College, Claflin University (the lead institution), and Voohees College.  These are referred to as core members.  Funded by UNCF & Lilly Foundation, the program is designed to support participating institutions to strengthen career guidance and leverage the liberal arts education of students by adding certain skills, experiences, and knowledge required by employers.  Programs will be expected to engage college faculty in the development of curricula that is aligned with workforce needs to better prepare students to compete in careers of their choice.  The initiative will help institutions build partnerships with local and national employers and improve student career services.

     

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Campus Director reports to the Provost and will be responsible for managing a UNCF/Lilly Grant that focuses on improving employment outcomes for college graduates.    The Campus Director works collaboratively with the Executive Director of the Cluster and provides university-wide leadership to the initiatives of Claflin’s Curriculum Pathway Initiative (CPI); engages the campus community in the implementation of the projects’ CPI; and monitors grant activities and ensures grant compliance. Manages and participates in the collection and/or processing of data and/or information, preparation of related documents, reports and communications, and provides required program reports to UNCF/Lilly and the Executive Director. Participates in related meetings and conferences, maintains records of budgetary items and tracks expenditures, completes Temporary Employment Agreements, travel forms, and applicable internal/external forms, and orders grant supplies. Performs other duties and functions as needed and assigned by the Provost.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s Degree required and at least three to five years of experience in student support services or related student success areas with knowledge of student success initiatives.  Ability to develop and maintain databases, reports, and processes; present information effectively to internal and external audiences; develop and write reports, business correspondence, and PowerPoint presentations; and work independently and with colleagues in a team effort is required. Effective communications (written and verbal), interpersonal relations, organizational, management, and presentation skills are required.

    SPECIAL NOTE:   Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates must submit an application, available at http://www.claflin.edu/about/offices-services/human-resources/employment, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Claflin University
    Human Resources Office
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
    Fax #:  803-535-5818                      
    Email: 
    humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635              

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Director of Experiential Learning for the Carolina Cluster

    Position Title: Director of Experiential Learning for the Carolina Cluster
    Position Number: 22072
    Division: Academic Affairs                  
    Recruitment Pool: Open to the General Public
    Position Type: Full-time Salaried/Staff
    Posting Date: January 28, 2017
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled
    Work Days: Monday - Friday
    Working Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    The Carolina Cluster Pathway Program (C2P2) is a consortium of three core institutions with a combined enrollment of 4,400: Benedict College, Claflin University (the lead institution), and Voohees College.  Funded by UNCF & Lilly Foundation, the program is designed to support participating institutions to strengthen career guidance and leverage the liberal arts education of students by adding certain skills, experiences, and knowledge required by employers.  Programs will be expected to engage college faculty in the development of curricula that is aligned with workforce needs to better prepare students to compete in careers of their choice.  The initiative will help institutions build partnerships with local and national employers and improve student career services.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Director of Experiential Learning for the Carolina Cluster will report to the Provost.  The Director will be responsible for directing cluster-wide experiential learning programs and opportunities for the cluster sites and the coordination of processes that enhance experiential learning. These duties include, but are not limited to, the following: student internships; study away; study abroad; co-ops and service.  The Director will serve as a point of contact for cluster internship supervisors or coordinators; develop and maintain clearinghouse or database of experiential learning opportunities; administer and promote processes and activities in support of experiential learning; maintain evaluations and assessment data in support of the Cluster CPI; produce reports; and assist in developing an experiential learning handbook for cluster students and faculty.  Plan, coordinate, and present experiential learning workshops for cluster students and faculty; collect data and follow-up surveys to assist in the development, implementation, evaluation, and continuous improvement efforts of the experiential learning process; and assist in developing civic and business relationships. Performs other duties and functions as needed and assigned by the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of two years of experience in internship or experiential education coordination or related student success areas. Knowledge of experiential learning pedagogy, student success initiatives, and academic programming related to experiential education is essential.  Ability to organize work assignments effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives, exercise independent judgment, and establish rapport and interact positively with students, supervisors/coordinators, faculty/staff, businesses, and the community is required. Must be proficient in developing and maintaining databases, reports, and processes; presenting information effectively to internal and external audiences; and in developing and writing reports, business correspondence, and PowerPoint presentations.

    SPECIAL NOTE:   Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates must submit an application, available at http://www.claflin.edu/about/offices-services/human-resources/employment, an official transcript, detailed resume, three current letters of recommendation, and the names and telephone numbers of at least three professional references to:

    Claflin University
    Human Resources Office
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115 
    Fax #:  803-535-5818                                     
    Email:
    humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635    

                                                         Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Web Communications Manager - 40015

    Division:                   Institutional Advancement   
    Recruitment Pool:   Open to the General Public
    Position Type:          Full-time Salaried/Staff
    Posting Date:           June 7, 2016
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled
    Work Days:               Monday - Friday
    Work Hours:             8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Web Communications Manager reports to the Assistant Vice President for Communications and Marketing.  Assumes responsibility for managing and maintaining all components of the website for the University; maintaining online forums, including topic pruning, archiving, and creating new forums and other campus communications, internal and external, as requested; and for the design, configuration, updates, and control/access monitoring.  Recommends and implements web content standards, policies, and procedures for Institutional Advancement’s internal and external websites and to support organizational strategies.  Develops and maintains web content; i.e., e-marketing, blogging, flash and other media. Specific duties include:  
    • Ensure all content is on-brand, consistent in terms of style, quality and tone of voice, and optimized for search and user experience;
    • Proficient in utilizing the CMS to generate, manage and approve content
    • Map out content strategies for the website that support and    extend   marketing initiatives  
    •  Establish work flow for requesting, creating, editing, publishing, and archiving content
    • Work with university resources to create a library of web tools including imagery, video, and student profiles
    • Review and report on traffic usage analytics
    • Stay abreast of current and emerging digital trends, best practices, and technologies
    • Write, edit and approve content
    • Develop and implement content strategy plan
    • Serve as liaison to departments
    • Create a library of web resources
    • Follow and report on web traffic analytics and effectiveness
    • Support content contributors
    • Perform any other duties within the scope of this position.

    QUALIFICATIONS:   Bachelor’s degree in web design, information technology design, communications or related field required and a Master’s degree preferred. Equivalent work experience may be substituted for the education requirement.  At least three to five years of experience working with websites and related technology and two years of C# or VB experience required.  Previous experience using Content Management Systems, familiarity with the SitefinityTM   CMS Software and JQuery, JavaScript, and Flash will be a plus.  Proficiency in Windows 7 applications and knowledgeable of database applications and Microsoft Framework required.  Must be able to work independently with minimum supervision and function efficiently in a fast paced environment.  Excellent oral and written communications skills with a customer-centered focus, strong organizational skills, and attention to detail, customer service and a can-do attitude are imperative. 

    SPECIAL NOTE:   Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:
    Claflin University
    Office of Human Resources
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, SC  29115

    Fax #: 803-535-5818                                                    
    E-mail:  www.humanresources@claflin.edu
                 
    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact     the Human Resources Office.      
    Office Number:  803-535-5635           
    TDD Number:   1-800-735-8583

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Temporary Administrative Assistant
    Position Title: Temporary Administrative Assistant 
    Position Type: Full-time Wage/Staff 
    Work Days: Monday - Friday 
    Working Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Administrative Assistant will provide general support including, but not limited to scheduling and maintaining appointments and travel arrangements for all key staff members; managing both incoming and outgoing correspondence via email, fax, and postal services; and filing/recording other important data, such as meeting minutes, budget reports, and letters/memos for retrieval. The Administrative Assistant may be required to compose letters and memoranda concerning routine matters; type general correspondence, reports, etc.; and prepares e-requisitions. This position also requires excellent customer service in the areas of answering a multi-line phone system and directing students, staff and visitors to appropriate locations for assistance. The Administrative Assistant may also be asked to create/design brochures, posters, bulletin boards, and other specialized materials for the purpose of promoting the University and its programs; and perform any other duties within the scope of this position. 

    QUALIFICATIONS: An associate degree in Administrative Office Technology, Business or a related discipline is required. A bachelor’s degree in a related disciplined is preferred. The successful candidate must be knowledgeable of office practices and procedures; and proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel and database applications, along with use of the Internet as a research and communication tool is required. Candidate must possess an extensive knowledge of grammatical rules, spelling and language usage; and the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. The applicant must be able to work with minimum supervision, interpret policies and procedures, organize projects and assignments, and coordinate a variety of tasks. Previous experience (at least two – three years) as a senior level administrative assistant is required. 

    SPECIAL NOTE: Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check. 

    Application Procedure: Candidates must submit an application, unofficial transcript and three current letters of recommendation to: 

    Claflin University – Human Resources Office 
    400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, SC 29115 

    Fax # 803-535-5818                                  
    Email:  humanresources@claflin.edu 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635 Job Line Number: 803-535-5394 TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD). 

    Equal Opportunity Employer 
  • Technical Director

    Position Number:     20080
    Department:              English and Foreign Languages
    Division:                    Academic Affairs
    Recruitment Pool:    Open to General Public
    Position Type:          Full-Time/Salaried/Staff with Faculty Rank 
    Posting Date:            August 29, 2014 
    Closing Date:            Open until Filled

    RESPONSIBILITIES: The Department of English and Foreign Languages is accepting applications for a Technical Director to fill a 10.5-month position. The Technical Director reports to the Coordinator of the Theatre Program and the Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.  Responsibilities include teaching, undergraduate advising, and university service.  In addition to teaching duties, candidate would be responsible for coordinating and overseeing design and construction elements for all theatre and dance productions, and would maintain and supervise the use of the lighting and sound equipment in four performance spaces.  Consistent with the University’s mission to further the undergraduate research experience, we are seeking enthusiastic candidates with a demonstrated commitment to teaching.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  MFA in Theatre Production, Technology, or Design required.  Specialization in the area of technical production/technology or design with knowledge in all aspects of technical production, including, but not limited to, set design and construction, lighting design, costume design and construction, and make-up.  The successful candidate is expected to teach Stagecraft, Theatre Production and general courses.

    SALARY: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

    Closing Date: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 
     
    Special Note: Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.  

    Application Procedure: Candidates should send a letter of application, current vita/resume, three letters of recommendation, along with reference contact information, and transcripts of all university-level work. Please note that official transcripts will be required before a contract will be offered. Electronic applications are encouraged and should be forwarded to: 
     
    Dr. Isaiah McGee
    Interim Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Claflin University
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg,  SC 29115 
    imcgee@claflin.edu 


    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635 Job Line Number: 803-535-5394 TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD). 
       
     Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Systems Librarian/Information Literacy Librarian - 22048

    Division:                   Academic Affairs    
    Recruitment Pool:   Open to the General Public        
    Position Type:          Full-time Salaried/Staff
    Funding Type:          Restricted/Grant Funded
    Posting Date:            February 13, 2016
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled 
    Work Days:               Monday - Friday (Some evenings and weekends) 
    Work Hours:             8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Claflin University’s H. V. Manning Library seeks a highly motivated and innovative applicant for the position of Systems Librarian/Information Literacy Librarian to support all of the library’s initiatives and technology needs.  The Systems Librarian/Information Literacy Librarian reports to the Library Director and assumes responsibility for managing, implementing, and coordinating all activities pertaining to the library’s automated system and access to all electronic resources; the maintenance, implementation, installation and update of the library’s automation system, network, computers, printers, web-related projects, etc.; and provides training and staff support for the system and various software. Supervises the selection and maintenance of on-line databases; troubleshoots problems relating to all aspects of the system; collects and analyzes accurate usage statistics; coordinates system integration and library webpage updates with IT; and participates in the ongoing assessment and enhancement of existing and new information technology deployed. Works closely with Innovative Interfaces to configure, test and adjust library software to meet policy and procedural requirements of the library. Directs the work of the Information Literacy program which is a component of the Reference Department, works collaboratively with colleagues and faculty to develop and promote the information literacy initiative of the library, conducts information literacy instructions, provides interlibrary loan and reference service, and participates in collection development for the Reference Department and regular collection. Provides individualized research consultation and statistical reports, conducts library surveys, supervises work study students, and participates in faculty/committee meetings and campus activities.   Works at least one evening per week and performs other duties within the scope of the position.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in library science is required. A minimum of three years of computer experience in an academic library setting is strongly preferred.  Experience with online library systems, online databases, and the Internet required. Applicants must possess knowledge of library practices, policies, laws and procedures; a solid understanding of all systems located within the library; proficiency at using a variety of systems; and adequate research abilities. Demonstrated ability to test, install and evaluate hardware and software; think critically, analyze problems, and develop and implement creative solutions; and independently manage work activities required.  The successful candidate must have exceptional customer service, organizational, communication, and problem solving skills.

    Closing Date:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    Special Note:  Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: 
    Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Claflin University 
    Human Resources Office
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
     
    Fax #:  803-535-5818                      

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.                     
    Office Number:   803-535-5635   
    Job Line Number:  803-535-5394                            
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Sponsored Programs Administrator - 20023

    Division:                    Academic Affairs     
    Recruitment Pool:    Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:          Full-timeSalaried/Staff  
    Posting Date:            January 14, 2017  
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:               Monday - Friday   
    Work Hours:             8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    :  The Sponsored Programs Administrator (SPA) reports to the Vice Provost of Research (VPR) and performs an array of technical, training, research, planning, policy, program assessment, and administrative activities. The Sponsored Programs Administrator assumes responsibility for developing and implementing programs, interpreting the program’s policies and procedures, preparing operations and procedures manuals to assist SPO management in operating more efficiently and effectively, and providing advice on policies, procedures, and laws to ensure that program operations meet federal requirements and interpretations are consistent. Prepares and sends information packages to Project Directors/Principal Investigators, keeps track of internal proposal submission deadlines to the agencies, and ensures that grant proposals are submitted on time.  The Sponsored Programs Administrator will analyze financial reports and make recommendations for approval to the VPR; classify and send to an electronic or physical filing system all relevant information related to financial, administrative, and legal aspects of sponsored projects; and design training and workshop materials in the areas of grants, contracts, and other sponsored program management for faculty and staff.  Reviews and approves Temporary Employment Agreement Forms, Personnel and Position Recommendation Forms, and other employee contracts. Generates, reviews, and reconciles Time and Effort Reports; ensures the completeness of projects financial reports; and performs other duties within the scope of this position as assigned by the Vice Provost of Research.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting or a related discipline and/or an equivalent combination of experience/training may substitute for the required education. Considerable knowledge of sponsored programs, grants management, accounting and business management, budget preparation and procedures, departmental administration, and laws, legal codes, precedents, government regulations, executive orders, and agency rules required. Demonstrated ability to interpret policies and procedures; read and interpret contracts; communicate effectively orally and in writing; provide leadership to PIs/PDs; prepare budgets; and monitor fiscal actions required.  Working knowledge of Jenzabar, Infomaker or similar database, word processing, and spreadsheet software preferred.  Previous experience working as a Grants Administrator in a sponsored research or administrative program strongly preferred. Ability to work independently under minimum supervision required.

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    SPECIAL NOTE:  Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Claflin University 
    Human Resources Office  
    400 Magnolia Street  
     Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115   

    Fax #:  803-535-5818                       E-mail: humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.                  
    Office Number:   803-535-5635         
    Job Line Number:   803-535-5394                      
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD)                                   
    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Senior Grants Accountant - 30003

    Division:                      FiscalAffairs     
    R
    ecruitment Pool:      Open to General Public  
    Position Type:            Full-timeSalaried/Staff  
    Posting Date:              March 17, 2016  
    Closing Date:              Open Until Filled 
    Work Days:                 Monday - Friday  
    Work Hours:               8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Senior Grants Accountant reports to the Controller and will oversee multiple grants, ensure compliance, and manage accounting systems to verify accurate reporting of financial activities. Assume responsibility for the consistent application of accounting policies and procedures as it relates to Restricted General Ledgers; review all invoices for federal, state or private grants to ensure compliance prior to making payments; reconcile disbursement requests; post all transactions for grants; prepare financial status grant reports as required by the funding agencies; and adhere to all time schedules and deadlines. The Senior Grants Accountant will serve as the liaison between Fiscal Affairs and Program Directors; prepare and distribute monthly budget comparison reports; process cash drawdowns from the Federal Department of Education; and perform any other duties within the scope of this position.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in accounting and three to five years of accounting, auditing or financial reporting experience with a minimum of two years in grants accounting required.  CPA designation is not required but would be a preference. Candidate must have an in-depth technical knowledge of non-profit accounting for private institutions (i.e. FASB and/or the NACUBO Financial and Accounting Reporting Manual), and extensive experience as a Grants Accountant with very broad knowledge of reporting requirements of Federal and State funding agencies (i.e. OMB Circular A-133).  Candidate must have excellent skills in the areas of critical thinking, financial analysis, relationship management, organization and problem solving, and ability to prioritize multiple grants and meet firm deadlines.  In-depth knowledge of Jenzabar EX and its applications is a major preference.  Effective oral, written and interpersonal skills are essential.  Candidate must be able to provide direction and guidance to constituents and work with minimum supervision.

    Special Note: Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates must submit an employment application, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to: 
    Claflin University  -   Human Resources Office  
    400 Magnolia Street - Orangeburg, SC  29115 

    Fax #: 803-535-5818    
    E-mail: humanresources@claflin.edu        
    Office Number: 803-535-5635 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.   
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583

     Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Security Officer
    Position Title: Security Officer 
    Position Number: 50001 and 50057 
    Division: Student Development & Services 
    Recruitment Pool: Open to General Public 
    Position Type: Full-time Salaried/Staff 
    Posting Date: October 13, 2015 
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled 
    Work Days: Varied 
    Working Hours: Varied 

    DUTIES AND REPSONSIBILITIES: The Officer is responsible for understanding and applying South Carolina laws including legal codes, court procedures and regulations. Other duties include, but are not limited to the following: Acknowledge/greet every vehicle entering front gate of campus; monitor University’s surveillance system and record observations; inspect all buildings once every hour ensuring all are secured. One must be observant of unusual activity, especially during the summer months; maintain constant radio communication; patrol all parking areas, issue citations, and tow vehicles when necessary. Constant foot patrol is required. The Safety and Security Officer must have knowledge of relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective security operations for the University. 

    QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma required. Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline preferred. A valid South Carolina driver’s license is required. The applicant must have some knowledge of safety and security procedures. Demonstrated ability to follow oral and written instructions and procedures; to react appropriately in routine and emergency situations and to utilize equipment required in the conduct of duty. The candidate must have the ability to perform administrative duties needed to document and record incidents. He/she must possess a high standard of customer service skills. Previous experience serving as a security officer or in a related capacity is strongly preferred. An equivalent combination of education and/or training indicating possession of the preceding knowledge, skills, and abilities may substitute for the preferred work experience. 

    Special Note: Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check. 

    Application Procedure: Candidates must submit an application, copies of transcripts and three current letters of recommendation to: 

    Claflin University – Human Resources 
    400 Magnolia Street 
    Orangeburg, SC 29115 

    Fax: 803-535-5818              E-mail:  humanresources@claflin.edu 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office. Office Number: 803-535-5635 Job Line Number: 803-535-5394 TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD). 

    Equal Opportunity Employer
  • Residential Life Coordinator - 50036

    Division:                   Student Development and Services       
    Recruitment Pool:    
    Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:          Full-time Staff  
    Posting Date:            December 19, 2016
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:               Monday – Friday (Every Other Weekend)  
    Work Hours:             Varied

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Residential Life Coordinator reports to the Residential Manager of the assigned residence hall and assumes responsibility for ensuring the successful functioning of the residence hall as an educational environment consistent with the Guiding Principles and Mission of the University.  The Residential Life Coordinator will manage the day-to-day functions necessary to maintain an efficient residence hall by performing duties, such as, maintaining records and files, participating in meetings and conferences, coordinating and preparing required documents, reports and communications, interacting with residents, and providing assistance as needed/assigned by the Residential Life Manager.  The Residential Life Coordinator will assist in the selection, training, and evaluation of Residential Life Assistants; opening and closing of the residence hall at the beginning and end of the academic year and during vacation breaks; conducting room inspections; and assuring the effective functioning of the residence hall desk operation. The Residential Life Coordinator will communicate, explain, and enforce procedures, rules, and regulations of the University with regard to residents and staff; initiate process for resolution of conflicts; mediate judicial matters by investigating incidents and meeting with residents; work with staff and residents to develop a community environment in the dormitory; attend and participate in all professional staff training; and attend various departmental meetings on a weekly/biweekly basis. Perform other duties as assigned within the scope of the position.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree preferred but not required.  Previous residential life/student life experience is a plus.  Ability to independently manage operational guidelines and processes, coordinate and implement departmental agenda, organize activities and assignments, operate a computer, and interpret policies and procedures required. Must possess exceptional customer service, decision making, and interpersonal relation and communication skills (oral/written).

    Special Note:  Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:
    Claflin University 
    Human Resources Office  
    400 Magnolia Street  
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
     
    Fax #: 803-535-5818                      
    E-mail: humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.     
    Office Number:   803-535-5635   
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Manager of Gifts and Acknowledgements - 40011

    Division:                     Institutional Advancement     
    R
    ecruitment Pool:     Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:            Full-timeSalaried/Staff  
    Posting Date:             December 20, 2016  
    Closing Date:             Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                 Monday - Friday  
    Working Hours:          8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Report to the Director of Advancement Services, Gifts Processing and Donor Acknowledgements.   Responsible for recording funds received daily, directing them to the appropriate accounts, receipting and acknowledging funds to donors; tracking fulfillment of pledges, sending appropriate statements of accounts and acknowledgements; and maintaining up-to-date records of alumni and their giving activities.  Facilitate prompt acknowledgement and stewardship of funds; prepare special reports and charts; and manage the donor listing, the Blackbaud and JENZABAR EX Systems, and all fundraising reports associated with systems. Prepare the “Honor Roll of Donors” report for publication and donor information for University publications.  Serve as the liaison between the Cashier’s Office and Division of Institutional Advancement and maintain a file of receipting documentation and daily deposits.  Develop thank you letters for all gifts received by the University and perform any other duties within the scope of this position as may be assigned by the Vice President, Associate Vice President and/or President.

    QUALIFICATIONS:   A bachelor's degree in a related field preferred with two to three years of related experience.  Candidate must be knowledgeable of various computer software and preferably the Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge system. The applicant must possess excellent communication, organizational and customer service skills. Demonstrated recordkeeping skills and sensitivity to the personal needs of various publics are essential.

    Closing Date:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    Application Procedure: Candidates must submit an employment application, an unofficial transcript and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Claflin University – Human Resources Office  
    400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, SC  29115
    Fax # 803-531-5818                                              
    E-mail:  humanresources@claflin.edu 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.
    Office Number:  803-535-5635 
    TDD Number:    1-800-735-8583 (TDD).

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Major Gifts Officer - 42003

    Division:                      Institutional Advancement       
    R
    ecruitment Pool:     Open to the General Public  
    Position Type:            Full-time Salaried/Staff  
    Posting Date:             April 28, 2016  
    Closing Date:             Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                 Monday - Friday  
    Working Hours:         8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Major Gifts Officer will report to the Assistant Vice President for Major and Planned Gifts. The Major Gifts Officer will be responsible for maintaining a portfolio of at least 125-200 prospects; increasing the pool of major gift prospects by identifying new alumni, corporations, and individual prospects; and move at least 100 prospects per year by identifying, cultivating and soliciting.  The Major Gifts Officer must conduct a minimum of two trips per year to assigned territories, in addition to other assigned visits; spend a minimum of two days a week in the field; prepare all proposals and solicitation materials as required; develop cultivation and solicitation strategies with the Prospect Management Committee (PMC); and manage assigned volunteer leaders. Prepare and submit a weekly report showing activity, maintain the strictest confidentiality in all portfolios and research files, and work collaboratively with planned giving, annual giving, and alumni relations to secure the maximum gift from all assigned prospects. The Major Gifts Officer will work in conjunction with the Assistant Vice President for Major and Planned Gifts to develop strategies designed to engage potential donors in ways that encourage their substantial philanthropic investment in the University and its programs. Perform other duties assigned by the Assistant Vice President, Vice President for Institutional Advancement and/or President.

    QUALIFICATIONS:   A bachelor’s degree is required and a master’s degree preferred in non-profit management or philanthropic studies, public administration, marketing/public relations or a related field with at least three to five years of experience in major gifts solicitation. A Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and/or licensed insurance agent will be a plus. Considerable knowledge of CASE and/or AFP fundraising concepts, techniques and practices; planned giving options and legal implications associated with such gifts; and higher education fundraising best practices required.  Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc. and possess knowledge and use of specialized software (Black baud database system - Raiser’s Edge - as well as knowledge and skills in membership databases and online donor research). Ability to work well with colleagues in a team effort and perform assignments independently, manage multiple tasks, and quickly change priorities in a fast-paced setting required. Effective communications (written and verbal), interpersonal relations, organizational, project management, attention to details, decision-making, and presentation skills are required. The Major Gifts Officer must positively represent the University by displaying a high degree of professional demeanor. Successful candidate must be able to travel extensively (i.e. weekdays and weekends).

    SPECIAL NOTE:   Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Claflin University 
    Human Resources Office  
    400 Magnolia Street  
    Orangeburg, South Carolina
                        Fax #:  803-535-5818                      
    Email: www.humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.                                
    Office Number:   803-535-5635  
    TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Administrative Assistant - 20025

    Division:                   Academic Affairs (Honors College)
    Recruitment Pool:   Open to General Public
    Position Type:         Full-time Salaried/Staff
    Posting Date:           December 19, 2016
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled
    Work Days:              Monday – Friday
    Working Hours:       8:00 am - 5:00 pm  

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The  Administrative Assistant will provide general support, including but not limited to, scheduling and maintaining appointments and travel arrangements for all key staff/faculty members; managing both incoming and outgoing correspondence via email, fax, and postal services; filing/recording other important data, such as scholarship contracts, community service logs, and freshman programs and attendance; maintaining meeting minutes, budget reports, allocation reports, and letters/memos for retrieval; and serving as Honors Council Advisor. The Administrative Assistant will be required to compose letters and memoranda concerning routine matters, type general correspondence/reports, and prepare e-requisitions; display excellent customer service in answering a multi-line phone system and directing students, staff and visitors to appropriate locations for assistance; and creating/designing brochures, posters, bulletin boards, and other specialized materials for the purpose of promoting the University and its programs. Perform any other duties within the scope of this position.  Some evening and weekend assignments may be required.

    QUALIFICATIONS: An associate degree in Administrative Office Technology, Business or a related discipline is required.  The successful candidate must be knowledgeable of office practices and procedures, and proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel and database applications, along with use of the Internet as a research and communication tool.  Candidate must possess an extensive knowledge of grammatical rules, spelling and language usage; and the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.   The applicant must possess a professional and pleasing personality and demeanor and the ability to develop a positive rapport with students.  Ability to work with minimum supervision, interpret policies and procedures, organize projects and assignments, and coordinate a variety of tasks required.  Previous experience (two – three years) as an office administrative assistant preferred. 

    Special Note:  Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    Closing Date:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    Application Procedure:  Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:
    Claflin University – Human Resources Office
    400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, SC  29115

    Fax #: 803-535-5818                                            
    E-mail:  www.humanresources@claflin.edu
                                   
    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.     
    Office Number:  803-535-5635           
    TDD Number:  1-800-735-8583

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Accounts Payable Manager - 30005

    Department:            Fiscal Affairs
    Recruitment Pool:  Open to the General Public
    Position Type:         Full-time, Salaried/Staff 
    Posting Date:          December 5, 2016
    Closing Date:          Open Until Filled
    Work Days:              Monday – Friday 
    Work Hours:            8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Accounts Payable Manager (APM) works under the direction of the Controller. The APM is responsible for managing and coordinating the activities required to ensure an accurate accounts payable system to include, reconciling accounts payable subsidiary to the general ledger on a monthly basis; encoding and inputting invoices for payment; reviewing invoices/statements from vendors for accuracy; reconciling invoices from vendors with the official purchase order; and maintaining accurate files by account. Direct the work of the Accounts Payable Specialist and Fiscal Technician -Travel positions.  Review all requests for payments and check budgets for availability of funds before processing requests. Develop and recommend policies and procedures to govern the payment of University bills; plan, schedule, and establish policies and procedures to improve the efficiency of the accounts payable department; interpret, explain, and enforce University policies, practices and procedures; train supervisors and employees; and prepare reports on the status of accounts payable.  Perform other duties within the scope of this position as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration/Management or a related field with at least three to five years of experience in Accounts Payable. Supervisory experience is required. Applicants must have experience in using Microsoft Office products: Excel and Word, ten-key, and other office equipment. Knowledge of Jenzabar is preferred. Ability to provide leadership and direction; explain policies, guidelines, processes and procedures; prioritize, implement, and complete assignments within established criteria and timelines; and plan, organize, and facilitate training and meetings required. Exemplary customer service skills are essential to interact positively and effectively with others.  Candidate must be able to work evenings and weekends if needed to meet deadlines or complete special projects.

    SPECIAL NOTE:  Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, an unofficial transcript, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:
    Claflin University -  Office of Human Resources
    400 Magnolia Street Orangeburg, SC  29115
    Fax #: 803-535-5818                                        
    E-mail:  www.humanresources@claflin.edu
                 
    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.      Office Number:  803-535-5635         
    TDD Number:   1-800-735-8583 

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Director of Title III - 22060

    Division:                     Academic Affairs  
    Recruitment Pool:     Open to General Public 
    Position Type:           Full-timeSalaried/Staff  
    Posting Date:             December 19, 2016  
    Closing Date:             Open Until Filled  
    Work Days:                 Monday - Friday  
    Working Hours:          8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    RESPONSIBILITIES
    Claflin University invites candidates for the position of Director, Title III Programs.  Reporting to the Provost, the successful candidate will be responsible for the overall leadership of the University’s federally-funded Title III programs, including the implementation of the policies and procedures, budgeting, reporting, monitoring of the completion of activity objectives, and ensuring conformance with all applicable federal and University regulations.  He/she will work with the Office of Sponsored Programs, accounting staff, departments, and government agencies and others to assure compliance with all required guidelines.  They will also oversee preparation and submission of Title III reports as required by the Department of Education.

    PRIMARY DUTIES  

    Act as a liaison between the US Department of Education and Claflin University.

    Ensure that the implementation process for Title III activities is consistent with the regulations governing Title III as well as with University policies, and procedures.

    Facilitate the establishment of effective lines of communication to ensure that the Title III project operation is consistent with the goals of overall institutional development and grant objectives.

    Provide leadership for integrating all activities in the project with all other University staff and University operations.

    Coordinate the evaluation of all Title III activities, monitoring the progress of all grant activities, including site visits and consultation with Activity Directors.

    Approve all grant expenditures and maintain adequate authorization and audit trail records for such expenditure.

    Work in collaboration with Fiscal Affairs to ensure that an efficient system for fiscal controls, monthly monitoring, and routine reporting of Title III funds is maintained.

    Provide assistance to the Vice Provost for Research in grants management and writing.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    Master’s degree with 7 years of grant management and administration or related experience desired.  Candidates with a bachelor’s degree with an equivalent combination of training and 7 years of grant management and administration or related experiences will be considered.  Exceptional written and verbal communication skills are required.  Demonstrated experience in proposal writing and grants management are essential.

    CLOSING DATE:  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    SALARY:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    Application Procedure:
     Candidates must submit a letter of application, detailed resume’, official transcripts, and the names and telephone numbers of at least three professional references and other chosen credentials to:  
    Office of Human Resources  
    Claflin University  
    400 Magnolia Street 
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115 

    Fax# 803-535-5818                                                                           
    email:  humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.
    Office Number:  803-535-5635   
    Job Line Number:  803-535-5394   
    TDD Number:  1-800-735-8583 (TDD).  

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Academic Student Support Services Coordinator
    Position Title:          Academic Student Support Services Coordinator 
    Position Number:    52013 
    Division:                   Academic Affairs 
    Recruitment Pool:   Open to the General Public 
    Position Type:         Restricted/Full-time Salaried/Staff 
    Posting Date:           September 20, 2016 
    Closing Date:           Open Until Filled 
    Work Days:              Monday - Friday 
    Working Hours:       8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (flexible schedule) 

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Academic Student Support Coordinator reports to the Director of Freshman College. The Academic Coordinator of the Freshman Year Experience works in conjunction with the Director, Freshman Year Experience Coordinating committee, and others across campus to facilitate efforts aimed at increasing the retention and success rates of first year students. The coordinator monitors the academic progress of first year students and provides individualized intervention strategies for academically low performing students; provides academic and career counseling to first year students; assists with advising and registering undeclared majors and declared majors who have not attained departmental requirements; coordinates tutorial program and other evidence-based academic retention strategies; and assists in the planning of Early Registration Days and New Student Orientation Week activities. Serves as co-facilitator of UNIV 101 and 102 classes and performs any other duties within the scope of this position. 

    QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Education preferred with a minimum of three (3) years of experience working with college students, preferably with first year students. Candidate must possess knowledge of academic programs and general education requirements, a working knowledge of developmental needs of a diverse student population, and have the ability to use appropriate and accessible technologies for advising and work projects. The successful candidate must have strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication, organizational and time management skills; excellent problem solving skills; proficiency in software programs such as Microsoft Office, Tutor Trac, Insight Advising, etc.; the ability to maintain accurate records/documentation; ability to relate positively to students, faculty, staff, administrators, and the community; and possess independence to work with minimal supervision required. 

    Special Note: Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check. 

    SALARY: Commensurate with experience. 

    Review Date: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. 

    Application Procedure: Candidates must submit an application, copies of transcripts and three current letters of recommendation to: 

    The Office of Human Resources 
    Claflin University, 400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, SC 29115 

    http://www.claflin.edu/about-cu/human-resources/employment/staff-job- 

    E-mail: mmathis@claflin.edu                  

    Office telephone
    : (803) 535-5635 

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office before the closing date. Office Number: 803-535-5635 Job Line Number: 803-535-5394 TDD Number: 1-800-735-8583 (TDD).

    Equal Opportunity Employer 

  • Head Women’s Volleyball Coach - 10022

    Department:            Athletics
    Recruitment Pool:  Open to the General Public
    Position Type:         Full-time, Salaried/Staff 
    Posting Date:          November 28, 2016
    Closing Date:          Open Until Filled
    Work Days:              Monday – Friday 
    Work Hours:            8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.   (flexible working schedule)

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Claflin University is seeking a Head Women’s Volleyball Coach.  This full-time 12-month position will report to the Director of Athletics and assume responsibility for all aspects of the SIAC and NCAA Division II Intercollegiate athletics programs including recruitment, game preparation, scheduling, booking travel arrangements, administrative functions, budget management, and overseeing all coaching duties.  This position requires adherence to institutional, NCAA, and SIAC conference rules and regulations by staff and student-athletes; promoting, making grant-in-aid recommendations, and monitoring the academic progress of athletes; and equipment procurement and maintenance. The Head Women’s Volleyball Coach will be responsible for recommending and supervising assistant coaches, advising and assisting with student/athletes academic enhancement, motivating players to improve game performance, and overall team development.  Perform any other duties assigned by the Director of Athletics within the scope of this position.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree.  The candidate must be knowledgeable of SIAC and NCAA Division II educational rules and regulations, principles and procedures for personnel and student-athlete recruitment, selection, and training; and fiscal management.  He/she must possess the ability to communicate and interact effectively; plan, organize, and provide leadership and direction; explain rules, guidelines, regulations and legislative changes; and complete required reports, forms and other documents within established criteria and timelines.  Previous coaching experience at the collegiate level, serving as head coach at the high school level, or related experience required.

    SALARY: Commensurate with experience.

    SPECIAL NOTE:  Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates must submit an application, cover letter, resume, unofficial transcript, and three professional references with names, addresses and telephone numbers to:    

    Claflin University    -  Office of Human Resources
    400 Magnolia Street  -   Orangeburg, SC  29115
    Fax #: 803-535-5818                                                                      
    E-mail:  www.humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations  in the application process should contact the Human Resources  Office.     Office Number:  803-535-5635         
    TDD Number:   1-800-735-8583

    Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Media Specialist

    Position Title: Media Specialist
    Position Number: 20013
    Division: Academic Affairs 
    Department: Mass Communication
    Recruitment Pool: Open to General Public
    Position Type: Full-time, Salaried/Staff 
    Posting Date: October 31, 2016
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled
    Work Days: Monday – Friday 

    Responsibilities

    The Department of Mass Communication invites applications for a Media Production Specialist. The selected individual will be responsible for supervising media facilities and students as well as coordinating, supervising and supporting department production projects, faculty and students. The individual will perform other activities and duties as required within the scope of the position.

    Qualifications

    Minimum qualifications are the BA or BS in Mass Communications with documented hours in media and production courses; Knowledge of Multi-Media & Convergence Equipment as well as Creative Suites software, TriCaster Control System, Video and Audio Editing Software such as Avid Editing, Final Cut Pro, Audition, and ProTools are required; and, Video and Audio production experience is a must. Experience working with students is preferred.

    Special Note:   Effective January 1, 2011, all new hires must pass a criminal background check.

    Salary

    Commensurate with experience.

    Closing Date

    Review of applicants will begin immediately.

    Application Procedure

    Candidates must submit an application, resume, unofficial transcript and three current letters of recommendation to:

    Claflin University
    Office of Human Resources
    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, SC  29115
    Fax # 803-535-5818
    E-mail:  humanresources@claflin.edu

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Human Resources Office.  

    Office Number:  803-535-5635  
    Job Line Number:  803-535-5394
    TDD Number:   1-800-735-8583 (TDD)

    Equal Opportunity Employer

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