OPEN POSITIONS

Web Communications Coordinator (073115/65000/38)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume: Web Communications Coordinator

This is a full-time position in our Marketing and Communications Department.  Responsibilities include but not limited to working with marketing and communications staff and other internal stakeholders to set strategy for the website based on the University’s key institutional objectives; researching and advising internal stakeholders of key trends in academia’s use of web technologies; acting as an internal consultant for University stakeholders to plan, designing and building technical implementations that support the University’s web strategy; building features for the website from scratch or by adapting existing CMS templates, add-ons, etc.; administering and maintaining the University’s content management system (CMS), Expression Engine; training and supporting internal users of the CMS.

Position requires Bachelor’s degree with at least three years experience in a professional setting and three years related experience (will consider less experience with strong project examples or range of applicable skills).  Higher education experience preferred.  Additional requirements include self-motivated problem solving in teams or individually; ability to hand-code standards-compliant HTML/CSS/JS; ExpressionEngine CMS proficiency and/or development and implementation of other CMS systems; proficiency in PHP, MySQL, Javascript/AJAX, jQuery; familiarity and experience with Responsive Web Design; effective written and verbal communications; experience and knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator for purposes of preparing and optimizing images for the web; experience, proficiency with the command line, SSH.  Experience with a version controlled workflow, specifically using Git and Beanstalk for deployments to staging and production server environments preferred as well as Google Analytics or other web usage tracking package preferred.  Must successfully pass a, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.
 

Accounts Payable Clerk Part-Time (071015/62000/37)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Accounts Payable Clerk Part-Time

This is a part-time position working 20 hours per week and additional hours (evening) during peak processing periods to meet critical deadlines in our Finance Department.  Responsibilities include but not limited to establishing and maintaining vendor files including obtaining and maintaining an IRS Form W-9 for each vendor; verifying invoices and other payment requests for proper budget manager authorization and when applicable, matching invoices with corresponding purchase orders; verifying vendor information, quantities, payment terms and then entering payment vouchers in the financial system; preparing and performing check runs, preparing vendor checks for distribution and voiding and reissuing checks as needed; reviewing vendor statements and following-up on unpaid invoices; researching and resolving invoice and payment discrepancies and issues; processing travel reimbursement requests; corresponding with and responding to inquiries from vendors, faculty staff and students regarding payment status and other issues related to accounts payable; monitoring accounts to ensure payments are up-to-date; providing clerical support to the Finance Office professional staff such as answering phones, opening and distributing mail, data entry and copying.

Position requires High School Diploma or GED equivalent with 3 - 5 years handling accounts payable or equivalent.  Additional requirements include knowledge of accounts payable and general accounting procedures; proficient at data entry; excellent oral and written communication skills; strong attention to detail and accuracy; superior customer service skills; outstanding telephone manner; ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment; general knowledge of accounting practices and procedures; working knowledge of MS Word and Excel as well as 10-key by touch; strong organizational skills; problem solving skills; ability to meet deadlines, prioritize, and maintain confidentiality concerning sensitive financial information.  Must successfully pass a, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.
 

Assistant Director of Sports Information (070215/57000/36)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Assistant Director of Sports Information

This is a full-time in our Athletics Department.  The successful candidate will work directly under the Sports Information Director and will join an athletic department that sponsors 22 intercollegiate sports on the NCAA Division III level.

The Athletic Department is part of the Student Affairs division and works collaboratively with other departments to enrich the student-athlete’s experience both inside and outside of the classroom. Athletics also plays a major role in the recruitment of prospective students to the university. The successful candidate will play a vital role in these areas.

The major responsibilities of this new position include, but are not limited to, the following:
•    Assist with publicizing and promoting all aspects of the athletic department through numerous media channels.
•    Write and edit press releases, game stories, game notes, game programs and more
•    Assist with updating and maintaining the athletics website and look to continue its growth
•    Maintain and expand Delaware Valley University's social media sites
•    Oversee the Live Video Streaming of home events
•    Compile and distribute statistics
•    Manage home game press events
•    Operate computer programs including Stat Crew, Adobe In-Design and PhotoShop
•    Assist with creation of annual athletics recruiting brochure and any relation publications
•    Maintain and expand the school’s record books
•    Help oversee, train and schedule student workers in sports information office
•    Public address announcing duties when necessary
•    Coordination of photography shoots and files
•    Attend weekly staff meetings and quarterly division meetings
•    Attend Middle Atlantic Conference Sports Information Director meetings and take part in conference calls

Minimum qualifications:
•    Bachelor’s degree in a related field
•    One to two years of experience in a sports information office
•    Strong communication and writing skills
•    Experience with Stat Crew in various sports
•    Background in website maintenance (Sidearm)
•    Familiarity with Adobe In-Design and PhotoShop
•    Must be able to work nights and weekends

To apply:
Candidate must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.
 

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sciences (062415/10016/35)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:  Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sciences

This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position in the Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sciences Department to begin the spring 2016 semester.  Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: teaching Soil Sciences, Watershed Management and other Environmental Science courses focusing primarily on soils, water and land use; collaborating with other faculty members to design and implement curricular updates relating to the core vision of the Department; teaching at various levels within the discipline; remaining current in the field; recruiting and advising students as needed; posting and maintaining regular office hours; serving on faculty committees as assigned or elected; participating in professional development activities; attending regularly scheduled faculty meetings, department meetings, and other required meetings; assisting with departmental needs and development including outcomes assessment.

Ideal candidate shall hold a Ph.D. with specialization in Environmental Science, Soil Science or related fields.  Additional preferred experience includes teaching introductory courses at the undergraduate level, including, but not limited to, Environmental Sciences and Soils; evidence of successful scholarship; excellent oral and written communication skills; commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring; ongoing commitment to faculty development and scholarship.  Experience with online delivery of courses and/or a professional degree in landscape architecture are favorable.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.  Please submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and philosophy of teaching.  Official transcripts must be provided at time of hire.
 

Preventive Maintenance Mechanic (061515/64000/33)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume: Preventive Maintenance Mechanic

This is a full-time position working in our Facilities Management Department.  Responsibilities include but not limited to performing routine preventive maintenance per manufacturer’s specifications to equipment as scheduled; inspecting, installing, repairing and replacing pipes, fittings and HVAC equipment to maintain the heating and cooling systems of the buildings mechanical plants as necessary; maintaining boilers, chillers, pumps, exp tanks, air separators, air handlers, air compressors, heat exchangers, relief valves, heat pumps, fan coil units, VAV units; inspecting all connection and other parts of above systems for leaks or defects; changing filters and belts, lubricating, checking pressure and temperature, adjusting and replacing broken parts; cleaning out condensate pans and drains on air handler, heat pumps, a/c split systems; evacuating and charging a/c split systems; maintaining a daily and preventive maintenance log of the mechanical space of each building; performing on–call duties as per the Facilities Management on-call policy.

Position requires High School Diploma or GED equivalent with 3 - 5 years of field service experience relating to the HVAC industry general maintenance experience.  Trade or vocational school preferred.  Additional requirements include working knowledge of how to operate Hot Water, Low and Medium Pressure Steam Boilers safely; working knowledge of Air and Water Cooled chillers, packaged HVAC units, and ductless split systems; working knowledge of a voltmeter; HVAC apprenticeship or equivalent on the job training; EPA Refrigerant Certification; must be of sound physical condition; able to lift 50 lbs. to chest height; ability to move or lift equipment, materials, and tools, and snow removal; ability to climb extension ladders, balance, work overhead, stoop, kneel, crouch, or move within confined areas including equipment, crawl and attic spaces; willingness and ability to work in all buildings or out of doors in all seasons ; near visual acuity for reading safety instructions, manual specifications, etc.; valid driver’s license, MVR, physical, and lifting test required.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.
 

Coordinator of Multicultural Recruitment/Admission Counselor (060315/55000/30)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Coordinator of Multicultural Recruitment/Admission Counselor

This is a full-time position working in our Office of Admission Department.  Responsibilities include but not limited to developing, implementing and coordinating all aspects of multicultural, underrepresented and international student recruitment efforts at the University; building relationships and assisting prospective students throughout all phases of the enrollment cycle (inquiry through enrollment); representing Delaware Valley University at high school visits, college fairs and other off-campus events; conducting interviews, appointments, and group information sessions for prospective students and their families; reviewing application files for admission and making appropriate recommendations for admission decisions using stated criteria; conducting phone, e-mail and other contacts with prospective students throughout the enrollment process; developing and strengthening relationships with community based organizations across the United States as related to the recruitment of underrepresented populations; building relationships with guidance counselors, academic departments and other constituents of the Admission Office; engaging alumni in the recruitment and retention of multicultural students.  

Position requires Bachelor’s degree with at least 1 to 2 years of admission or student affairs experience with responsibilities or activities relevant to multicultural students.  Additional requirements include an appreciation and commitment to values related to diversity, inclusion and working with multicultural students; strong communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills; attention to detail and ability to multi-task; determination to meet recruitment goals; team building, analytical, administrative and organizational ability; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work as part of a team and also work independently without supervision; ability to work with students, parents, college staff, administrators, and faculty; ability and willingness for overnight travel; willingness to work evenings and weekends as needed; proficient in the usage of computer based program data including Microsoft Office, admission management data programs and other technologies.  Fluency in at least one foreign language (preferred).  Valid driver’s license and motor vehicle check required.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.
 

Director of Public Safety (060215/64050/29)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Director of Public Safety

Delaware Valley University is seeking a Director of Public Safety. This position provides leadership for the Office of Public Safety whose goal is to promote and maintain a safe and positive environment on campus for students, employees and guests. The director leads and manages staff, initiatives and protocols for the protection of the campus. Delaware Valley University comprises a main campus and two satellite sites. We use our more than one thousand acres of beautifully maintained land as a functional learning environment, creating a real-life, open-air classroom for many of our disciplines.

Delaware Valley University enrolls approximately 1700 undergraduate and 300 graduate students through more than 25 undergraduate majors in the life, physical and agricultural sciences, humanities and business; six master’s programs; a doctoral degree; and a variety of adult education courses. The University hosts a unique array of academic programs with highly specialized facilities, including animal facilities. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to foster the protection of property as well as people.

In this role, the director will lead public safety operations for the campus, lead emergency preparedness and response efforts, oversee patrolling of property and the investigation of accidents, incidents and injuries. The Office of Public Safety operates 24 hours a day/seven days a week and, in addition to the director, is comprised of 15 non-sworn personnel public safety and security officers who are trained in basic security procedures, first aid, automated external defibrillator (AED), and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

The director will set clear and high expectations and standards for staff in pursuit of campus safety goals. Promote an effective, well-disciplined and professional public safety agency while promoting proficiency, morale, continuous professional development and the highest levels of quality and integrity.

The director will be expected to work collegially with many and diverse stakeholders across campus to develop effective protocols that support student-learning goals, meet changing needs and mandates facing higher education, create a positive workplace and ensure daily operations of the University. The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to lead a complex effort that supports safety in residence halls, labs, farms and other facilities, and to collaborate with others toward a shared philosophy of practice appropriate to the settings and learning goals for the university.

The director will play a highly visible role on campus and in the community, building and facilitating relationships between college personnel and local law enforcement and other emergency management agencies in the development of MOU’s and collaborative practices for safety and security.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Plan, organize and direct the activities of the department through effective administrative practices, including: budget management; personnel administration; internal operations; development of goals and objectives; effective and confidential record keeping; maintenance of supplies, equipment and vehicles; and compliance with all applicable regulations and mandates.
  • Provide direction and support to public safety personnel, that reflects best practices and promotes training, continuous learning and improvement among the employees of the department. Create a workplace culture that prides itself on providing the highest levels of professionalism and responsiveness to campus stakeholders.
  • Serve as a member of the University’s Central Review Team (CRT) to promptly, thoroughly and impartially investigate alleged violations of the University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy for students and employees. Participate in issuing findings and recommendations in compliance with stated policy.
  • In partnership with offices and functional areas within student affairs, develop safety policies and protocols for student life that promote a healthy and safe environment on campus while fostering student development, growth and learning.
  • Provide leadership for emergency and crisis preparedness for all University sites. Facilitate and create response and recovery plans and protocols and implement management drills, table-top exercises and ongoing oversight, review and dissemination of procedures in effective collaboration with the Office of Marketing and Communications and other relevant campus partner offices. Manage the emergency notification system.
  • Maintain and report all federally mandated information including the annual Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Annual Report, Daily Crime and Fire Log, and Timely Warnings. Identify, educate and assist campus personnel responsible for compliance with ADA, Title IX, OSHA, Clery Act (CSA’s) and other federal, state and local regulations.
  • Create successful partnerships and act as an effective liaison with outside agencies and facilitate with appropriate campus partner offices to ensure the professional and ethical delivery of services appropriate to a residential campus setting. Ensure that mutual aid and memorandum of understanding agreements are established and maintained.

Qualifications:

  • A bachelor’s degree (master's preferred) in public administration, criminal justice or related field;
  • 10 years progressively responsible experience in public safety, or law enforcement. Experience in higher education is preferred as is experience with a residential campus;
  • Experience with providing leadership for emergency management preparedness and response including drills and the development of updated procedures;
  • Excellent administrative, supervisory, and strategic planning skills and experience;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with partner offices and areas such as Residence Life, Marketing and Communications, Human Resources, Facilities and Academic Affairs;
  • Knowledge of best practices as they relate to higher education compliance with Title IX, VAWA, the Clery Act, ADA and other relevant legislation;
  • Experience participating in sensitive and confidential investigations and grievance processes and resolutions associated with Title IX, discrimination and harassment investigations, and other matters which may require investigation;
  • Knowledge of National Incident Management System (NIMS) and demonstrated ability to respond, and lead effectively in crisis/emergency situations;
  • The ability to supervise and lead a 24/7 operation and be subject to 24 hour call-back for emergencies. Non-traditional hours are to be expected.

To apply:
Candidate must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.

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

Assistant Professor of Plant Science (060115/10017/28)

This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position in the Plant Science Department to begin the spring 2016 academic year.  Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: teaching Crop Sciences, Weed Sciences and other Plant Science courses focusing primarily on Agronomy; collaborating with other faculty members to design and implement curricular updates relating to the core vision of the Department addressing traditional and non-traditional production practices; teaching at various levels within the discipline; remaining current in the field; recruiting and advising students as needed; posting and maintaining regular office hours; serving on faculty committees as assigned or elected; participating in professional development activities; attending regularly scheduled faculty meetings, department meetings, and other required meetings; assisting with departmental needs and development including outcomes assessment.

Position requires Ph.D. with specialization in Agronomy with experience in modern crop production or equivalent education.  Additional preferred experience includes teaching introductory courses at the undergraduate level, including, but not limited to, Agronomy and Plant Breeding; evidence of successful scholarship; excellent oral and written communication skills; commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring; ongoing commitment to faculty development and scholarship.  Experience with online delivery of courses is preferred.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.

Review of applications will begin August 1, 2015 and continue until position is filled. Please send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, transcripts, Philosophy of Teaching and contact information for four references to: Human Resources Department, Delaware Valley University, 700 E. Butler Ave., Doylestown, PA, 18901 or email to Jobs@delval.edu.  
 

Adjunct Position – The School of Business and Humanities (052615/41001/27)

The School of Business and Humanities is seeking qualified adjunct professors to teach on the main campus in Doylestown and potentially at our programs at Delaware County Community College (Marple and Exton campuses) in the following areas:
•    Business administration (business law, accounting, marketing, management, operations)
•    Criminal Justice (all areas of law and justice)
•    English/Media and Communication (digital photography, video production and editing, web and graphic design, media management; also creative writing and literature)
•    Counseling Psychology (all areas of the field)
Candidates must possess a master's degree in discipline and experience teaching at the college level.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.  Please send letter of interest with the subject “adjunct teaching [area of expertise] and indicate at which campus(es) you are interested in teaching, curriculum vitae, transcripts, Philosophy of Teaching and contact information for three references to: Human Resources Department, Delaware Valley University, 700 E. Butler Ave., Doylestown, PA, 18901 or email to Jobs@delval.edu.  Hiring decisions will likely not be made until July.
 

Adjunct Position – The Department of Plant Sciences (052215/10017/26)

The Department of Plant Sciences seeks part-time instructors for the Fall 2015 semester to teach Feed Grains and Forages (lectures and laboratories) and advanced agronomy course Field Crops II.  Candidates should possess a BSc in Agronomy or related field (graduate degree preferred), experience teaching at the college level and/or field experience in agronomy.  Both day and evening teaching opportunities are available with some flexibility in the times.  Applicants must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.

Access Services Librarian (042215/42000/17)

This is a full-time, twelve-month, non-tenure-track position in the Library.  Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: overseeing the daytime operation of the circulation/reserve desk; utilizing Library Solutions system to create circulation reports; supervising and training student workers and part-time staff; overseeing the Interlibrary Loan; managing the electronic reserves system; assisting with reference and bibliographic instruction; providing library instruction.

Position requires ALA accredited Master’s in Library Science.  Additional experience includes excellent oral and written communication skills; energetic, enthusiastic, creative, and service oriented; excellent computer skills; excellent problem solving and supervisory skills.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Please send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, transcripts, and contact information for four references to: Human Resources Department, Delaware Valley University, 700 E. Butler Ave., Doylestown, PA, 18901 or email to Jobs@delval.edu.

Instructor of Business and Information Management (042215/12000/18)

This is a full-time, nine-month renewable, non-tenure-track position in the Business and Information Management Department to begin August 2015.  Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: teaching broad offering of courses such as Advanced Accounting and Taxes;  remaining current in the field; recruiting, advising, and mentoring students as needed; posting and maintaining regular office hours; serving on faculty committees as assigned or elected; participating in professional development activities; attending regularly scheduled faculty meetings, department meetings, and other required meetings; assisting with departmental needs and development including outcomes assessment.

Position requires a Master’s Degree with a minimum of three years direct experience in post-secondary teaching.  Additional experience includes expertise in advanced accounting and taxes; credentials in business; capacity to teach a variety of courses; evidence of successful scholarship; excellent oral and written communication skills; commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring; ongoing commitment to faculty development and scholarship.   Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Please send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, transcripts, Philosophy of Teaching and contact information for three references to: Human Resources Department, Delaware Valley University, 700 E. Butler Ave., Doylestown, PA, 18901 or email to Jobs@delval.edu.

Custodian (031215/64002/10)

This is a full-time position working 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday 11:00pm to 7:30am and requires working every other weekend.  Responsibilities include but not limited to performing all custodial duties as well as driving trash truck.

Position requires prior custodial experience of 1-3 years, including floor care experience.  Must possess a valid driver’s license and maintain a safe driving record.  Employment physical, lifting test, and MVR required.  Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs.  English proficiency is required.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.  Generous benefits and tuition waiver plans offered.

Assistant Professor of Animal Science (022715/10004/07)

The department of Animal Science at Delaware Valley University invites qualified applicants for a full-time 9 month, tenure-track teaching appointment to begin fall 2015 semester.  Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: teaching a broad offering of courses such as Swine Science, Beef Science, Animal Anatomy and Physiology, Animal Genetics, and Introduction to Animal Science as departmental needs dictate. Production experience with multiple livestock species, especially beef and swine, preferred.

Additional responsibilities include remaining current in the field; recruiting and advising students as needed; posting and maintaining regular office hours; serving on faculty committees as assigned or elected; participating in professional development and scholarship activities; attending regularly scheduled faculty meetings, department meetings, and other required meetings; developing contacts within the industry; participating in curriculum development; assisting with departmental needs and development including outcomes assessment.

Position requires a Ph.D. in Animal Science or D.V.M. with relevant production/livestock experience.  Additional experience includes experience teaching at the undergraduate level; capacity to teach a variety of courses; evidence of successful scholarship; excellent oral and written communication skills; commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring; ongoing commitment to faculty development and scholarship; willingness to work as part of a team.  Experience with online delivery of courses is preferred.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Please send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, transcripts, Philosophy of Teaching and contact information for three references to: Human Resources Department, Delaware Valley University, 700 E. Butler Ave., Doylestown, PA, 18901 or email to Jobs@delval.edu.

Adjunct Position - The Graduate Program in Counseling Psychology (101514/17006/49)

The new graduate program in Counseling Psychology seeks part-time instructors with a specialty in either child and adolescent counseling or multicultural/social justice counseling for the Spring 2015, Summer 2015 and Fall 2015 semesters to teach courses such as Practicum, Internship, Group Counseling, Advocacy & Social Justice Counseling, Sexualities, Counseling Techniques, Child & Adolescent Counseling, Advanced Childhood Psychopathology, Life Span Development, Psychology of Gender, Child & Adolescent Research, Career Counseling, Assessment in Counseling, Foundations of Addictions, Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders, Professional and Ethical Issues in Counseling, Special Topics in Counseling Psychology.  Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to teaching mostly in the new master’s program in counseling psychology, which has a strong foundation in multicultural and evidence-based practices as well as some teaching opportunities in the undergraduate counseling psychology program.

Candidates must possess an earned doctorate in counseling psychology, clinical psychology, counselor education, or a closely related field from a regionally accredited university, with preference given to counseling psychologists and those with clinical experience and/or supervision experience. Candidates should be licensed or license eligible in the state of Pennsylvania.  Additional requirements include: demonstrated teaching excellence; evidence of clinical experience and/or clinical supervision; a record of ongoing scholarship; demonstrated commitment to multiculturalism/ social justice issues and experience with diverse populations.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania. 

Assistant Track Coach (Jumping) (100314/52056/48)

This is a part-time seasonal position in the Athletics Department.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting the head coach in organizing, supervising, and controlling all the activities related to the sport; demonstrating leadership, sportsmanship, and conduct becoming of the coaching profession; annually reviewing any rule changes relative to track; always adhering to all rules, regulations, and policies of the NCAA and MAC; assisting the head coach with annual recruiting goals and attempting to enroll a diverse group of qualified student athletes capable of participation at the Division III varsity level; assisting in organizing and conducting an appropriate number of practice sessions and directing all activities during contests; advising and mentoring team members and directing the activities of captains, team managers, and Student Advisory Committee representatives; preparing a schedule of team activities in conjunction with the Assistant Athletic Director that complies with departmental policies, goals, and objectives; coordinating team travel, housing, meals, and travel money with the Athletic Sports Program Assistant as well as submitting a travel itinerary prior to the start of the track season and at least two weeks prior to each overnight event after approval by Athletic Director; administering the sport budget in a fiscally responsible manner; communicating and cooperating with the training staff regarding athletic medical clearances, injury prevention, rehabilitation, and status of injured athletes; communicating and cooperating with the equipment room staff regarding the distribution; providing an environment that supports the achievement of the academic goals of the student athlete; cultivating alumni groups associated with the track program in conjunction with the office of Alumni Programs; scheduling the use of game and practice facilities in cooperation with the Assistant Athletic Director and/or Athletic Director.

Position requires a Bachelor’s degree and successful background in coaching track.  Additional requirements include: working knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations; strong managerial; administrative, organizational, and interpersonal skills; computer proficiency; CPR-First Aid certification.  Must successfully pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check as well as corresponding clearances from the successful candidate’s state of residence, if not Pennsylvania.  Original background clearance responses must be presented to Human Resources on or before first day of employment.  Prior playing or coaching at the college level is preferred.