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Financial Aid Services Specialist Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Financial Aid Services Specialist assists in administering (reviewing, processing, and maintaining) current and potential student applications and records for participation in the University’s loans and Federally awarded financial aid program.
Adjunct Faculty - Mathematics (Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
Instructors are needed to teach undergraduate mathematics courses for the general education curriculum. The Department of Mathematical, Computing, and Information Sciences (MCIS) at Jacksonville State University (JSU) is seeking applicants to provide in-person, hybrid, and online instruction. The Department of Mathematical, Computing, and Information Sciences (MCIS) at Jacksonville State University (JSU) is seeking applicants to provide in-person instruction
Adjunct Faculty - Computer Science (MCIS) (Spring 2024) Jacksonville (South Complex)
Adjunct instructors are needed to teach developmental courses to assist students who are not prepared to begin study in computer science. Experience teaching in a traditional classroom is desired. The Department of Mathematical, Computing, and Information Sciences (MCIS) at Jacksonville State University (JSU) is seeking applicants to provide in-person instruction
Adult Learner Success Coach Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Adult Learner Success Coach oversees student assistance relying on assessment and theory-based interventions while maintaining records and reporting ongoing progress. Additionally, the Adult Learner Success Coach is responsible for implementing strategies designed to increase student success and university retention rates, provides academic skills assessments, strengths development, encouragement, and assistance for a diverse population of enrolled and newly admitted adult students. This is a student success position that works under general and infrequent supervision and reports to the Director, Student Success Center and Director of Military & Post Traditional Student Services.
Federal Work Study - Gamecock Market Assistant Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Gamecock Market Assistant is a member of JSU’s Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. The duties of the Market Assistant are to assist the campus community with food, clothing (professional and casual), hygiene products, and school supplies.
Assistant Professor, Music (Voice) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The David L. Walters Department of Music at Jacksonville State University seeks candidates for a tenure-track faculty position in Voice. A tenor or bass is preferred, but all voice types are welcome to apply. The successful candidate will teach vocal classes such as Diction for Singers, Song Literature, Lyric Theatre Workshop, and Opera Workshop as well as maintain a thriving voice studio of undergraduate and graduate voice students. Additional classes/duties may be assigned based on the needs of the department. Other responsibilities include maintaining an active performance presence on a regional or national level, conducting creative and scholarly activities as well as have membership in regional and national professional voice organizations. Additional responsibilities include recruitment and retention of accomplished voice students and service to the campus community and to the music profession. The successful candidate will serve as an advocate for the arts through youth apprenticeships as well as children’s operas in the surrounding region.
University Student Model for Art Department Fall 23/Spring 24 Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the University Student Assistant/ Model is to obtain work experience on campus in offices and in the Figure Drawing/Painting classes as a model.
Assistant Professor - Sociology Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Department of Sociology and Political Science invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Sociology. This is a full-time, tenure-track position with a primary teaching focus. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses both online and face-to-face. Preference will be given to those with expertise in criminology and race and ethnicity. The position will also require teaching sections of Introduction to Sociology. The development of courses in areas of interest to the candidate is possible. The teaching load is four courses per semester. The successful candidate will engage in mentoring, service, and scholarship.
Groundskeeper Lead Jacksonville (Main Campus)
Performs landscape functions to maintain and improve campus grounds.
IT Support Specialist Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The University IT Support Specialist plays a crucial role in providing technical expertise and support services to enhance the functionality of the university's academic and administrative environments. This position involves diagnosing and resolving hardware and software issues, assisting users with technical inquiries, and contributing to the overall efficiency of the campus technology infrastructure.
Communications Officer Jacksonville (Main Campus)
Under general supervision, the Communications Officer is responsible for processing and prioritizing emergency and non-emergency calls from the JSU community and general public, and for disseminating information to the appropriate public safety personnel.  The Communications Officer acts as the communications hub for the entire campus and must be able to quickly assess the situation and dispatch appropriate personnel.
Career Advisor Jacksonville (Main Campus)
As part of a strategic initiative to provide NACADA, NCDA and NACE-aligned services to students and alumni, the Career Advisor serves on the centralized advising team to coordinate and support student learning for college to career development. The Career Advisor collaborates with academic advisors to offer integrated service to students and alumni. The employee serving in this role offers career counseling, job search assistance, resume writing, cover letter writing, interviewing skills, identifying job leads, internet and social media use for networking and job searches. The Career Advisor implements a variety of career events designed to support student and employer interactions, including workshops, networking, fairs, and expos. The career advisor manages the recruitment of students and employers for events and creates a communication plan, coordinates event day logistics, and ensures assessment is carried out pre-, during, and post-event. The Career Advisor will develop a network and build partnerships with local, regional, and national employers to identify potential internship and job opportunities for students and alumni. The Career Advisor is responsible for communication in the college(s) primarily served and for effective communication among the career and advisement team. The Career Advisor is expected to maintain a robust calendar with all activities documented in Navigate or other technology as required. The Career Advisor assists in the collection of accreditation and program-review data as appropriate and related to career activities of students and alumni. This position works within a collaborative College Advisement Team that includes academic and career advising, as well as retention technology.
University Student Assistant - University Development Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the University Student Aid is to obtain work experience on campus in offices, labs, gym, the library, and other areas. Duties may include assisting staff and faculty with preparation for research, 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.
Adjunct Faculty - Criminal Justice & Forensics Investigation (Spring - Summer 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Department of Criminal Justice & Forensic Investigation offers two undergraduate degrees: 1. Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, and 2. A Bachelor of Science in Forensic Investigation. A bachelor’s degree in criminal justice merges liberal arts and professional studies into a well-balanced curriculum. The core courses provide a basic understanding of the nature of crime and society’s reaction to crime as well as an in-depth explanation of the various components within the U.S. criminal justice system. Students will acquire knowledge and skills for future employment that will also serve as a basis for advanced studies. Whereas a bachelor’s degree in forensic investigation prepares our students for careers in local, state, and federal agencies in either an investigative or laboratory capacity. We expose our students to the latest techniques which are used by law enforcement agencies or forensic service providers. They will learn the important facets of crime scene investigation or laboratory analysis depending on which track they select in the program. They will also acquire knowledge and skills for future employment that will also serve as a basis for advanced studies.
International Student Advisor Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The International Student Advisor ensures international students and the university are in compliance with federal rules and regulations for F-1 and J-1 visa holders. Serves as Designated School Official (DSO) and Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO) for the University and advises on visa, immigration and SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) processes. Works closely with students to provide guidance on visa policies and procedures related to academic standing and university policies. Manages Agency profiles. Reports directly to the International House and Programs Director.  US citizenship or Permanent Residency is required per Department of Homeland Security regulations. **Priority will be given to applications submitted by Friday, September 22, 2023.
Senior Accountant, Athletic Operations Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Senior Accountant, Athletic Operations provides support and guidance to the effective use of athletics financial resources by preparing and posting recurring journal entries, reconciling accounts, auditing transactions, and preparing reports.
Budget Analyst Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Budget Analyst is responsible for the coordination with budget managers for budget and expenditure reviews.  They will maintain labor budgets at the position level, and act as the liaison between Finance and Administration and the University at large relating to the areas of budget development and maintenance.
Photographer Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The University Photographer is responsible for performing artistic, creative, and skilled photographic work to capture and reproduce photographic images reflecting the full range of activities that best visually illustrates Jacksonville State University, its faculty, staff, and students. This position works with the Director of Digital Media to develop digital content strategy which helps expand the University’s effort to increase branding and enrollment.
Supervisor, HVAC Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Supervisor, HVAC is a leadership position that supervises employees performing heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) repair, replacement, and general maintenance on a variety of HVAC and water plant equipment. In coordination with crews, the Supervisor, HVAC plans, inspects, and assigns job schedules to restrict disruption of campus schedules and inconveniences.  May assist subordinates in the performance of certain tasks when needed.
Housekeeper II (Night) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Housekeeper II in Building Services performs routine cleaning of interior spaces and the immediate exterior area. Work assignments are primarily indoors and under close supervision.

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