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Adjunct Faculty - English (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Department of English seeks Adjunct Faculty to teach composition, writing studios, speech, and/or literature surveys, as well as other courses as needed , and conduct weekly office hours.  Courses are taught in person, hybrid, and/or online. Applicants must have a minimum of a master’s degree in a field appropriate to the discipline with at least 18 hours completed in graduate-level English courses.  Transcripts submitted with the application must show these minimum qualifications. In addition to their qualifications and experience, the cover letter must address the applicant’s availability to teach in person on the JSU campus Monday-Thursday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Fridays 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
University Student Assistant - Dean of Students Office (Summer 2023-Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
This is a Student Assistant position within a public university. The employee is responsible for student affairs operations and reports to the Dean of Students. This position is responsible for assisting with special events within the Dean of Students Office including, but not limited to: Miss JSU, Collegiate Legislature, facility reservations, and marketing. The graduate assistant also assists the Dean of Students Office in the areas of Homecoming, Family Weekend, Tailgates, Welcome Week, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and other duties assigned. Work is assigned with general instructions from the Dean of Students and reviewed for effectiveness and adherence to office and departmental goals. **Available to graduate-level students only**
Federal Work Study - Art and Design, Research Asst. (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Federal Work Study Student Assistant is to obtain work experience on campus in offices, labs, gym, the library, and other areas. Eligibility is dependent of the individual student's financial aid. If unsure of eligibility, please contact the Office of Financial Aid. This job will specifically be as a research assistant for the Art Historian in Art and Design.
Federal Work Study - Art & Design (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
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. Will also assist Gallery Coordinator in working in the Gallery.
Federal Work Study - Anthropology (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
Anthropology holds a large number of site reports, photographs, data, and artifacts from more than 40 years of fieldwork by JSU archaeologists. The work-study student will assist faculty in digitizing and cataloging these collections so that we can preserve the legacy of this heritage for future Alabamians. **Must be eligible for Federal Work Study. If uncertain of eligibility, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Federal Work Study - Chemistry (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Federal Work Study Student 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.
Federal Work Study - Music Department (Summer 2023) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Federal Work Study Student Assistant is to obtain work experience on campus in offices, labs, gym, the library, and other areas. Eligibility is dependent of the individual student's financial aid. If unsure of eligibility, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Adjunct Faculty - Nursing (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (South Complex)
The Department of Nursing at Jacksonville State University (JSU) invites applications for Undergraduate Faculty Adjunct positions. The Undergraduate program offersboth a traditional undergraduate BSN and an RN-to BSN option. Experience teaching online and in traditional classroom courses is desired. This position is considered a hybrid position with online didactic teaching required and some on-campus requirements. Other responsibilities may include oversight and management of clinical practicums or residency courses.
Temporary Clinical Associate (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (South Complex)
This is professional nursing work in assisting the faculty of the School of Health Professions and Wellness in preparing and presenting material to nursing students. This position is responsible for assisting faculty in instructing and evaluating students and provides individual assistance to students when required.
Federal Work Study - First & Second Year Experience (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Federal Work Study Student 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.
Federal Work Study - Biology (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Federal Work Study Student 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.
Federal Work Study - Biology (Summer 2023) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Federal Work Study Student 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.
Development Officer, Athletics Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Athletic Development Officer is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive development program for the identification, cultivation and solicitation of major gifts to obtain operating, endowment, and capital funds for the Athletic Program; collaborates with the Vice President for University Advancement to help achieve overall development objectives and departmental for Athletics; at least 60% of the work schedule demands direct contact with qualified prospect or donor cultivation and solicitation. Employment in this position is contingent upon compliance with the rules and regulations of the university, the NCAA and Conference affiliation.
Major Gifts Officer Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Major Gifts Officer creates and implements a comprehensive development program for the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major gifts (individual pledges and gifts of $25,000 or more) to obtain general operating, endowment, and capital funds. Assists the Executive Director, University Development to achieve overall development objectives and departmental goals for the University. Works with assigned constituencies to meet fundraising priorities. Teams with University level administration, faculty, and the University’s Board of Visitors/Advisors to achieve fundraising goals.
Groundskeeper/Laborer Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Groundskeeper Laborer performs lawn and grounds work of an unskilled nature that will vary with the season. Responsibilities involve physical labor that is conducted mostly out of doors in all weather conditions. 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.
Groundskeeper/Tractor Operator Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Groundskeeper Tractor Operator performs lawn and grounds work of a routine and unskilled nature. While specific tasks will vary with the season, responsibilities will always pertain to University grounds care and maintenance, and be performed primarily out of doors in all weather conditions. The Groundskeeper Tractor Operator must have a knowledge of motorized equipment and hand/power tools. Work, which is subject to frequent inspection, will be assigned in detail by an immediate supervisor and may occasionally include executing semi-skilled tasks.
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.
University Student Assistant, Tier 1 - Technology Support Center (TSC), (Fall 2023 - Summer 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Technology Support Center - Tier 1 Helpdesk position will help operate the TSC helpdesk and provide technical support for faculty and staff members. Positions may be filled based on individual applicants’ skills, qualification and departmental needs.
University Student Assistant, Tier 0 - Technology Support Center (TSC), (Fall 2023 - Summer 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The Technology Support Center - Tier 0 Helpdesk position will help operate the TSC helpdesk and provide technical support for students. Positions may be filled based on individual applicants’ skills, qualification and departmental needs.
Graduate Teaching Assistant - Mathematical, Computing, and Information Services- Computer Science (Fall 2023 - Spring 2024) Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the Graduate Teaching 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. Teaching schedule will vary dependent upon lab schedule, lab prep, in class lab time, and post lab work. Positions will be filled based on individual applicant's skills, qualification, and departmental needs.

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