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Housekeeper I Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Housekeeper I in Building Services performs routine cleaning of interior spaces and the immediate exterior area. Work assignments are primarily indoors and under close supervision.
Custodial Maintenance III Jacksonville (Main Campus)
Custodial Maintenance III in Building Services performs housekeeping duties on the interior and exterior of buildings in addition to carrying or moving heavy equipment or supplies to different areas or buildings on campus.  May use pesticides under close supervision and following special instructions on their use and safety.  Complex duties may be assigned and a greater degree of independent judgment allowed.  Instructions are received orally from supervisor. The Custodial Maintenance III may function as the lead worker with a small group of Custodial Maintenance I employees and Housekeepers.
Assistant Professor, Music Education Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Assistant Professor of Music Education has responsibilities in teaching undergraduate courses such as Introduction to Music Education, Elementary Music Materials and Methods, and Secondary Choral Music Materials and Methods in addition to supervising practicum students and interns. Graduate teaching of courses such as Foundations of Music Education is also required. and graduate vocal/choral music education courses, and supervising practicum students and interns.  This position will provide educational services to traditional and non-traditional students during the day or evening. The Assistant Professor may be required to teach courses within their concentration area on campus, off-campus, online courses and possible videoconferencing depending on need of location.
Instructor, Music - Horn Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Instructor, in the Department of Music - Horn provides educational services to traditional and non-traditional students during the day or evening. The instructor is required to teach applied music for undergraduate students as well as horn choir. Other courses may be assigned such as Introduction to Music. The instructor may be required to teach courses within his/her concentration area on campus, off-campus, online courses and possible videoconferencing depending on need of location.
Assistant Professor, Nursing Jacksonville (South Complex)
The Assistant Professor of Nursing provides educational services to traditional and non-traditional students during the day or evening; teaching graduate and undergraduate level courses in Nursing along with doctoral level research and advanced data analysis; and may be required to teach courses within his/her concentration area on campus, off-campus, online courses and possible videoconferencing depending on need of location.
Temporary General Laborer Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Temporary General Laborer will provide labor assistance to full time personnel in Capital Planning and Facilities responding to typical work orders which requires moving furniture, documents, fixtures, computers, boxes, and all manner of other objects from one location to another. The Temporary General Laborer will also set up events for campus activities, maintain campus grounds and athletic facilities, and Building Services tasks such as pressure washing, debris collection, general cleaning, etc. Responsibilities involve physical labor that is conducted out of doors in all weather conditions and indoors. Tasks may occasionally include those on a semi-skilled level. Duties will be assigned in detail by an immediate supervisor and are subject to frequent inspection.
Assistant Professor, Sport Management/Recreation Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Department of Kinesiology of Jacksonville State University’s College of Health Professions and Wellness is seeking to hire a scholar for an Assistant Professor, Sport Management/Recreation. The faculty member for Kinesiology is responsible for instructional work to facilitate student comprehension and application of concepts, skills, and behaviors that contribute to the development of mature, able and responsible members of society. This position exists to provide educational services to traditional and non-traditional students during the day or evening. Assistant Professor may be required to teach courses within his/her concentration area on campus, off-campus, online courses and possible videoconferencing depending on need of location.
Assistant Professor, English (19th Century British Literature) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
We invite applications for an Assistant Professor of English in 19th Century British Literature, a full-time, tenure-track position to begin August 2022. This faculty member will be responsible for teaching British literature from the long 19th century, speech, composition, and literature, according to department practice and policy; conducting scholarly/creative research sufficient for tenure and advancement; and engaging in appropriate service. A Ph.D. in English with a specialization in 19th Century British Literature by the appointment date is required. The ability to teach composition and evidence of excellent teaching and scholarly potential are also required. Preference may be given to candidates with a subspecialty in pedagogy and/or film studies. The salary is contingent upon qualifications, experience, and needs of the university.
Assistant Professor, English (Early American Literature) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
We invite applications for an Assistant Professor of English in Early American Literature, a fulltime, tenure-track position to begin August 2022. This faculty member will be responsible for teaching American literature from its beginnings to approximately 1865, speech, composition, and literature, according to department practice and policy; conducting scholarly/creative research sufficient for tenure and advancement; and engaging in appropriate service. A Ph.D. in English with a specialization in Early American Literature by the appointment date is required. The ability to teach composition and evidence of excellent teaching and scholarly potential are also required. Preference may be given to candidates with a subspecialty in film studies and/or Native American, Asian American, Latinx, and/or other minority literature(s). The salary is contingent upon qualifications, experience, and needs of the university.
Assistant Professor, English (African American Literature) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
We invite applications for an Assistant Professor of English in African American Literature, a full-time, tenure-track position to begin August 2022. This faculty member will be responsible for teaching African American literature, speech, composition, and literature, according to department practice and policy; conducting scholarly/creative research sufficient for tenure and advancement; and engaging in appropriate service. A Ph.D. in English with a specialization in African American Literature by the appointment date is required. The ability to teach composition and evidence of excellent teaching and scholarly potential are also required. Preference may be given to candidates with a subspecialty in African American/Black Studies, rhetoric and composition studies, and/or film studies. The salary is contingent upon qualifications, experience, and needs of the university.
Assistant Professor, English (Writing Center Director) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
We invite applications for an Assistant Professor of English in Writing Center Administration and Rhetoric and Composition Studies, a full-time, twelve-month, tenure-track position to begin August 2022. This faculty member will be responsible for running the English Department Writing Center and teaching in the field of rhetoric and composition studies, as well as speech, composition, and literature, according to department practice and policy; conducting scholarly/creative research sufficient for tenure and advancement; and engaging in appropriate service. A Ph.D. in English with a specialization in Writing Center Administration and Rhetoric and Composition Studies by the appointment date is required. The ability to teach composition and evidence of excellent teaching and scholarly potential are also required. Preference may be given to candidates with a subspecialty in Writing Across the Curriculum and/or pedagogy. The salary is contingent upon qualifications, experience, and needs of the university.
Assistant Professor, Computer Science Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Department of Mathematical, Computing, and Information Sciences of Jacksonville State University’s College of Science and Mathematics invites applications for a tenure track position for Assistant Professor of Computer Science. JSU’s program is ABET accredited. The successful candidate is responsible for instructional work to facilitate student comprehension and application of concepts, skills, and behaviors that contribute to the development of mature, able, and responsible members of society. This position exists to provide educational services to traditional and non-traditional students during the day or evening at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Relevant skills include expertise in data science, web development, networking & security, or game design. The faculty member will be expected to teach in person on campus. Course delivery methods may also include online or hybrid instruction.
Specialist, Graduate Admissions Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Graduate Admissions Specialist is responsible for the processing of graduate applications for graduate and doctoral programs, verification of students’ academic history, program entry dates, and ensuring accurate recording of student information in the Banner System. This position serves as the initial point of contact for students, faculty, staff, and other constituencies; responds to routine inquiries; and disseminates information about the services offered by Graduate Studies. The Graduate Admissions Specialist attends graduate student recruiting fairs, tabling opportunities, and other recruiting/public relations events as needed, representing JSU Graduate Studies.
Administrative Assistant, Emergency Preparedness Anniston (McClellan Center)
The Administrative Assistant performs clerical and secretarial work, processes and maintains relatively complex office records, reports, and materials of greater difficulty and with more independence, but within guidelines established by precedents and departmental policies. This position has routine, personal contact with customers and the general public, providing standard information and occasionally explaining methods, procedures, services and activities of unit.
Staff Accountant, Advancement Services Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Staff Accountant maintains and controls the General Ledger accounts and business transactions of the organization, applying the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) that includes analytical work and thorough review of financial records. The staff accountant will gain understanding of Scholarship Budgets for the University and departments, understand specific business units, prepares analysis, and provides financial support to Schools and Departments throughout the University.
Federal Work Study - Biology (Fall 2021 - Summer 2022) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Federal Student Worker are to obtain work experience on campus in the JSU Child Development Center preschool. Duties may include assisting staff and faculty with preparation for preschool classroom instruction, departmental operational needs, or performing administrative and other support duties as required. Positions may be filled based on individual applicants’ skills, qualification and departmental needs.
University Student Assistant - Assistant Residence Life Coordinator Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The University Student Assistant/Assistant Residence Life Coordinator position is a 12 month live on graduate student staff position with Housing Operations and Residence Life. This position reports directly to the Residence Life Coordinator, Director of Residence Life, or Director of Housing Operations. The responsibilities of this position includes assisting the direct supervisor in community development initiatives, encouraging a positive living environment for residents, special projects, assisting with events such as but not limited to preview day, reporting and filing, move-in, on-call responsibilities, training, supervision of students, residence life activities, programs, and special task.
Director, Technology Support Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Director of the Technology Support Center provides vision and strategic direction, in conjunction with the Vice President for Information Technology, for the oversight, delivery, support, and training of University-wide technology to faculty, staff, and students.  Works collaboratively with colleges and departments to ensure depth, value, reach, and access is provided to the University’s technical expertise and resources.   Proactively offers technology services to enable the University community to more effectively manage their personal computing environment (including managed desktop and laptop security, productivity and collaboration software, etc.); and performs management functions, including budgeting, procurement, personnel evaluations, development of policies, and other administrative tasks as needed.
Graduate Research Assistant - Graduate Studies (Fall 2021-Spring 2022) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Graduate Research Assistant, under the supervision of the faculty and/or staff, may include assisting faculty with various lab related tasks, performing classroom instruction, as well as other academic support duties, and departmental operational needs, and other associated and clerical duties as assigned. Positions will be filled based on individual applicant's skills, qualification and departmental needs.
University Student Assistant - Telemarketer (Fall 2021 - Spring 2022) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The telemarketers are responsible for calling JSU Alumni to update information and soliciting pledges and contributions for the JSU Annual Fund. Calls JSU Alumni by operating telecommunications technology. Communicates through verbal and nonverbal methods with clarity and positive attitude. Demonstrates good typing/ computer skills and able to articulate needs of the University while speaking with Alum on the phone. Adheres all department and University policies and procedures.

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