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The McKeown School of Education is seeking a full-time, temporary faculty member to teach introductory foundations of education courses across departments. Our foundations of education courses are designed to provide an in-depth introduction to the field of education and the role that teaching and learning in various contexts plays in the lives of individuals, communities, and the larger society. Students are invited into an inquiry about justice in the field of education and an exploration of core movements enacted for greater justice and equity. The successful candidate will have demonstrated interest and skill working with undergraduate students in the early stages of career exploration and formation of their professional identities as educators. Additionally, the ability to create supportive educational experiences with both in-person and remote instruction is essential. Proficiency in utilizing culturally responsive/sustaining pedagogy is essential.    Salem State University is committed to excellence in teaching. We pride ourselves in providing first-rate classroom experiences and supervising intensive learning opportunities such as research and internships. Many of our students are first-generation, culturally/racially/linguistically diverse, veterans, and adult learners. Salem State University is located in the Greater Boston area in the historic city of Salem, Massachusetts. The Greater Boston region is famous for its world-class education, healthcare, and business enterprises and the area offers numerous opportunities for professional and personal enrichment. 
ID
2024-3020
Department : Name Linked
School of Education
Bargaining Unit
MSCA
The School of Nursing is seeking an electronic computer operator II (ECO II) to support the day-to-day operations of the Nursing Resource Center (NRC). Under the supervision of the Director of the Nursing Resource Center, this position organizes and collaborates in the creation of the simulation lab schedules for over 1500 student visits to the SIM lab each semester. This essential role to schedules students for supplemental instruction per course requirements, simulation lab schedules, clinical skills testing, as well as assist with scheduling the ATI NCLEX Review Course, and the ATI testing schedule. The ECO II is responsible for the input, correction, and disbursement in multiple internal and external electronic computer databases, including ATI, maintains medical supply inventory, and supervises student's work in the computer lab.   Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm, M-F Break: One hour Salary: $59,960.94 annually/$1,153.095 weekly
ID
2023-2971
Department : Name Linked
School of Nursing
Bargaining Unit
AFSCME
The Criminal Justice Department invites applications for a full-time, temporary one year faculty position. The ideal candidate has demonstrated ability to teach in the areas of criminal law and introduction to courts. The successful individual can also teach a variety of courses within the undergraduate program such as introduction to criminal justice, administration of justice, and global crime and justice, as well as the graduate program in criminal justice.   Salem State University is committed to excellence in teaching. We pride ourselves in providing first-rate classroom experiences and supervising intensive learning opportunities such as research and internships. Many of our students are first-generation, racial/ethnic minorities, veterans, and adult learners. Salem State University is located in the Greater Boston area in the historic city of Salem, Massachusetts. The Greater Boston region is famous for its world-class education, healthcare, and business enterprises and the area offers numerous opportunities for professional and personal enrichment. 
ID
2024-3019
Department : Name Linked
Criminal Justice
Bargaining Unit
MSCA
Salem State University is seeking adjunct professors with interest and experience teaching MSW courses. Teaching assignments will depend upon the expertise of the candidate and needs of the programs.
ID
2021-2411
Department : Name Linked
School of Social Work
Bargaining Unit
Not Applicable
The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (DGCE) is seeking applicants with excellent communication, technical, and organizational abilities to join our team as an Administrative Assistant I. In this role, you'll play a crucial part in providing technical and clerical support, responding to inquiries, and assisting non-credit students with registration challenges. You'll supervise student workers, manage office coverage, coordinate observation schedules, and handle the dean's calendar and travel arrangements efficiently. Additionally, you'll be responsible for ordering office supplies, processing payments, purchase orders, and other expenses. Field trip coordination and managing DGCE faculty personnel files through the OnBase system are also part of this dynamic role. If you're looking for a multifaceted position where you can contribute to the success of our institution, apply now!   Hours: 8:30am-5pm, M-F Break: One hour Salary: $51,201.80 Application Deadline: Until Filled
ID
2024-3021
State Title
Administrative Assistant I
Department : Name Linked
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Bargaining Unit
AFSCME
Maintains buildings and related structures in all residence halls by applying carpentry procedures and techniques using carpentry tools to construct, alter, repair or install walls, stairs, floors, ceilings, windows, doors, etc. Performs custom woodworking and finishing carpentry procedures and techniques including use of specialized tools and equipment. Checks buildings to identify the need for carpentry repairs. Interprets and draws sketches or layouts of work to be performed. Erects and dismantles work from staging, ladders and scaffolding. Directs work of assigned Carpenter I's, Trades Workers and student employees. Performs related work as required.     Hours: Monday-Friday, 6:30am-3:00pm, Saturday and Sunday off Break: 11:30am-12pm Salary: $51,201.80 annually Application Deadline: Sunday, March 10, 2024
ID
2023-2930
State Title
Carpenter II
Department : Name Linked
Facilities
Bargaining Unit
AFSCME
The admissions counselor will be responsible for successfully recruiting and enrolling students to Salem State University. To achieve these goals, the incumbent will review applications for undergraduate admission, conduct recruitment travel, as well as advise and counsel prospective students, guidance counselors, and other constituencies regarding the admission process and academic programs. The incumbent will be responsible for meeting individual and team enrollment goals.   Salem State strives to provide an experience where community members feel supported as they explore, learn, and celebrate their identities, similarities, and differences. Salem State’s employee resource groups provide a forum for staff to share common interests, concerns and support one another with the goal of advancing a respectful and caring community (Asian, Black, Family & Caregivers, Latinx, LGBTQ and Women’s ERG).   Please Note: There are two vacancies for this position.
ID
2024-3010
State Title
Staff Assistant
Department : Name Linked
Admissions, Undergraduate
Bargaining Unit
APA
The accounting and finance department in the Bertolon School of Business invites applications for a full-time faculty position in the field of finance for academic year 2024-25. This faculty member will teach courses at both graduate and undergraduate levels in finance including topics in financial planning, corporate finance, and investments. In addition to teaching, faculty member will advise students, continue to pursue research, and provide service to the school, university, and beyond.   Depending on student enrollment, trends, and the department needs, in the future academic years, it is possible, but not guaranteed, that the successful candidate may be renewed for up to a total of six (6) consecutive semesters and/or that the line may be recast as “tenure track” to be filled on the basis of a separate search.   Salem State University is committed to excellence in teaching. The Bertolon School of Business is accredited by AACSB, and we pride ourselves in providing cutting edge curriculum, hands on learning, engaging classroom experiences and supervising high-impact learning experiences including student research, community engaged projects,  and internships. Many of our students are first-generation, racial/ethnic minorities, veterans, and adult learners. Salem State University is located in the Greater Boston area in the historic city of Salem, Massachusetts. The Greater Boston region is famous for its world-class education, healthcare, and business enterprises and the area offers numerous opportunities for professional and personal enrichment.
ID
2024-3018
Department : Name Linked
Accounting and Finance
Bargaining Unit
MSCA
Salem State is seeking a risk assessment and strategic planning coordinator to assist and support the Office of the General Counsel with risk assessment and management and strategic plan implementation. The ideal candidate must be able to work independently, have excellent reasoning skills, exercise sound judgment and organization, possess superior communication skills and be able to work collaboratively with others. This is a part-time, non-benefited position up to 15 hours per week.
ID
2024-3017
State Title
Risk Assessment and Strategic Planning Coordinator
Department : Name Linked
Administration and General Counsel
Bargaining Unit
Not Applicable
University police is seeking applicants for an on-site, in-person Institutional Security Officer I (ISO-I). The ISO-I makes periodic rounds and security checks of buildings and grounds; conducts surveillance of assigned areas; identifies the extent of violations and takes appropriate action; takes steps to remedy or control emergency situations; prepares and reviews a variety of information-gathering forms and reports; inspects firefighting and other safety apparatus; provides direction and general information to the public; and performs related work as required. The basic purpose of this work is to protect and safeguard the buildings and grounds of a state facility and the lives of its residents, staff, and the general public. Incumbents of positions at this level receive direct supervision from Institution Security Officers-II or other employees of higher grade who provide instruction, assign work, and review performance through observation and reports for conformance to all applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Hours: TBD by shift bidding process; subject to change according to departmental needs. Must be available for off-shift overtime, including compulsory callbacks. Break: TBD by shift bidding process. Salary: $38,588.16 annually/$742.08 weekly
ID
2024-2994
State Title
Institution Security Officer I
Department : Name Linked
University Police
Bargaining Unit
AFSCME
Reporting directly to the assistant director, donor relations, the staff associate, donor relations, is an essential role helping to build donor trust through consistent and meaningful communications from the university. The staff associate assists with coordinating and tracking of quarterly stewardship with school/unit departmental fund administrators and provides administrative support for the donor relations and events area. The staff associate is responsible for partnering with key stakeholders, advancement communications and gift offers to write, and project manages personalized and meaningful stewardship communications that update donors on the impact of their philanthropy and will assist with developing and implementing strategies for effective and timely acknowledgment, recognition, and stewardship of donors.   The Advancement Team’s core purpose is to provide meaningful engagement to secure resources in support of the university’s mission. Our team members are driven by our desire to match donor passion with university priorities. We value innovation and positivity in a supportive and collaborative environment. We provide strategic and consistent professional development to enhance each team members’ personal growth. This position offers the right individual an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and consistently record-breaking advancement team. As we embark on the largest campaign in Massachusetts state university history, we are looking for talented team members who are passionate about providing equal access to high quality education.  
ID
2023-2964
State Title
Staff Associate
Department : Name Linked
Advancement
Bargaining Unit
APA
Join our dynamic team as the Director of Accounts Payable! This pivotal role oversees and coordinates all aspects of disbursement management of our daily business operations within the accounts payable area. Responsibilities include directing, supervising, and coordinating the day-to-day functions of the Accounts Payable team, ensuring efficient resource utilization, accurate and timely reporting, and top-notch service delivery to internal and external customers, including vendors, students, and employees.   As a key player in the public higher education sector, the Director of Accounts Payable will direct disbursements within the public higher education governmental industry and its standards and will be involved in various financial analysis, reconciliations, and projects that support various accounting and other functions within the Accounts Payable area within Accounting and Payroll department, including disbursement functions and other projects as determined by the Controller. This position also monitors internal controls within the department; grows and maintains productive working relationships with customers, vendors, students, and employees as well as with other departments and their staff (e.g., Purchasing, Facilities, Student Navigation Center, other areas within Accounting and Payroll etc.).   Success in this role requires strong independent judgment, adaptability to changing responsibilities, and adept problem-solving skills. Excellent communication, interpersonal, team leadership, and supervisory skills are essential, as is a supportive, team-oriented management style.
ID
2024-3009
State Title
Director
Department : Name Linked
Accounting and Finance
Bargaining Unit
APA
Ready to make a meaningful contribution to student success? Join our Registrar's Office team as a Staff Assistant. As a Staff Assistant in the Registrar's Office, you will be at the heart of our operations, assisting with graduation processes, supporting special programs, collaborating with faculty and staff across the university, and providing top-notch service to our university community. If you are proactive, detail-oriented, student service-focused, and passionate about making a difference, apply today and be part of our dynamic team.
ID
2024-3008
State Title
Staff Assistant
Department : Name Linked
Registrar's Office
Bargaining Unit
APA
Facilities is accepting applications for a maintenance working foreman (MWF) to oversee and participate in the work of employees engaged in the upkeep, maintenance and repair of buildings and related structures painting, masonry, woodwork and/or maintaining and repairing building utility systems, including heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. The MWF must be able to use power and small hand tools, as well as maintain records of work progress, materials, and equipment used, etc. The MWF must be available in emergency after-hour and recall situations as needed and able to work flexible hours; proper notification will be given.   Hours: M, TH, FR 4pm-12am and SA and SU 3-11pm, T and W off Break: 30 minutes Salary: $51,201.80 annually/$984.13 weekly
ID
2023-2912
State Title
Maintenance Working Foreman
Department : Name Linked
Custodial Services
Bargaining Unit
AFSCME
Are you detail-oriented with a knack for precision? Join our team as a Transfer Services Specialist at Salem State University's Registrar's Office! This role entails managing confidential student records and ensuring accurate course credit evaluations, including maintaining transfer equivalency information and processing incoming transfer credit evaluations. If you're adept at problem-solving, possess excellent communication skills, and thrive in a fast-paced environment, this position offers an exciting opportunity to contribute to students' academic success. As a Transfer Services Specialist, you'll be responsible for inputting, correcting, and distributing confidential information using electronic data processing equipment. You'll assist staff members in the Transfer Services and Degree Audit unit, serving as a front-line liaison for transfer students, faculty, and others regarding transfer credit issues. Additionally, you'll maintain and support the transfer credit equivalency database, organize and complete tasks independently, track and analyze transfer credit data, and operate various computer systems and peripheral equipment. If you're ready for a rewarding career where you can make a difference, apply now!   Hours: 8:30am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday off Break: 12pm-1pm Salary: $51,201.80 annually/$984.13 weekly
ID
2024-3007
State Title
Electronic Computer Operator I
Department : Name Linked
Registrar's Office
Bargaining Unit
AFSCME
Join our Team as a Graduation and Academic Records and Services Coordinator! Are you passionate about facilitating students' graduation journeys? We're seeking a dedicated professional to join our Registrar's Office team. Reporting to the Assistant Registrar, you'll play a vital role in participating in all aspects of undergraduate and graduate graduation clearance, ensuring smooth processes from application to commencement. Additionally, you'll collaborate closely with students, faculty, and staff on a range of academic services areas, including registration, academic progress, student special programs and records maintenance. Your contributions will be essential in supporting our students' academic success and enhancing the overall efficiency of our academic records and services operations.
ID
2024-3006
State Title
Staff Associate
Department : Name Linked
Registrar's Office
Bargaining Unit
APA
Information Technology Services (ITS) seeks a highly motivated team player with the ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships for an educational technologist position. This hybrid role provides technical support and coaching to faculty in the area of academic technologies that promote student success and enhance teaching and learning. The educational technologist supports the Canvas learning management system and integrations, trains end users, as well as, provides systems administration support of related classroom technologies and systems.   Salem State University values and appreciates diversity in all its forms and endeavors to create a space that reflects the campus community population which it serves. Our students come to Salem State University from 38 states and 48 countries and reflect the demographics of the greater Boston community in which we live. We are passionate about providing an experience for them and our fellow staff and faculty, where everyone can feel supported while they explore, learn, and celebrate their identities, similarities, and differences. We invite you to become a member of our community.
ID
2023-2967
State Title
Staff Assistant
Department : Name Linked
ITS, Faculty Support Services
Bargaining Unit
APA
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Facilities and Capital Planning, the Executive Director of Facilities provides leadership and technical expertise to the facilities operations team consisting of facility managers, licensed trades, general maintenance, custodial services, grounds maintenance, central boiler plant operations, energy management, work control administration and environmental health & safety.   The campus has 21 buildings, including 5 residence halls, totaling 1.6 million square feet on 80 acres and has a significant deferred maintenance backlog. New funding has been allocated to assist with the operational and capital needs. The university is an emerging Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) / Minority Serving Institution (MSI) and values people from a variety of backgrounds.
ID
2024-3003
State Title
Executive Director
Department : Name Linked
Facilities
Bargaining Unit
NUP
The MSW Field Specialist will report to the Director of Field Education and be an integral part of the social work field education team, performing hands-on work to develop internships and place students in social work field practicums. The ideal candidate for this on-site positions is a strong relationship builder, high-energy, well organized, collaborative problem-solver who is comfortable working under pressure.   Salem State University values and appreciates diversity in all its forms and endeavors to create a space that reflects the campus community population which it serves. Our students come to Salem State University from 38 states and 48 countries and reflect the demographics of the greater Boston community in which we live. We are passionate about providing an experience for them and our fellow staff and faculty, where everyone can feel supported while they explore, learn, and celebrate their identities, similarities, and differences. We invite you to become a member of our community.
ID
2023-2987
State Title
Staff Associate
Department : Name Linked
School of Social Work
Bargaining Unit
APA
The American Language and Culture Institute at Salem State University is seeking a dynamic and creative individual to join our team as a Graphic Designer, Social Media Specialist, and Spanish Language Outreach Assistant. This position requires a multi-faceted skill set to effectively communicate with our diverse audience, enhance the visual identity of the institute, manage social media platforms, and engage with Spanish-speaking communities to promote our programs.   Salem State University values and appreciates diversity in all its forms and endeavors to create a space that reflects the campus community population which it serves. Our students come to Salem State University from 38 states and 48 countries and reflect the demographics of the greater Boston community in which we live. We are passionate about providing an experience for them and our fellow staff and faculty, where everyone can feel supported while they explore, learn, and celebrate their identities, similarities, and differences. We invite you to become a member of our community.
ID
2024-2993
Department : Name Linked
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Bargaining Unit
Not Applicable