OPEN POSITIONS

Coordinator of Events Planning (062317/1138/33)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:   Coordinator of Events Planning

This is a full-time position working 40 hours per week in our Facilities Management Department.  Position includes but is not to providing daily oversight and work directly with employees in Events to ensure all events and activities are setup, staffed, and broken down to meet all deadlines. Additionally will assist with campus project logistics and coordinate transportation services.

Adjunct Biology Position (062317/1137/32)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:   Adjunct Biology Position

The Department of Biology seeks a part-time temporary adjunct instructor for the Fall 2017 semester to teach Genetics lecture (a section on Monday and Wednesdays 1:50 p.m-3:05 p.m at a local high school.  Candidates should possess a Master’s degree in Biology (Ph.D. preferred) and experience teaching Genetics at the college level. Applying for a part-time teaching position would add the applicant to a pool to be considered in case another need arises for the 2017-2018 academic year.

MBA Admissions Advisor – Temporary/Part-Time (060717/1135/30)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:   MBA Admissions Advisor – Temporary/Part-Time

This is a part-time temporary position in our MBA, Graduate, and CPS department working 20 hours per week from mid-August to mid-December 2017, and may require some appointments beyond standard business hours.  Position will work to recruit prospective students and convert applicants to enrolled students.

Head Instructor – Seasonal ( 052617/1133/28)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Head Instructor – Seasonal

This is a seasonal position working 35 hours per week in our Kids U! camps and academies during the 2018 summer season.  We are looking for educators in the areas of  Animal Science, Lego Robotics, Life and Environmental Sciences, Digital Media, Arts, Physical Sciences, Chemistry, K’Nex Physics, Applied Engineering, Technology, Literature, Business, Math, Coding, App and Game Design…and more to join our creative team of Head Instructors for our Kids U! at Delaware Valley University camps and academies. Share your knowledge and passion. You will develop the curriculum, create activities, set up and maintain program area, supervise participants and a camp assistant, manage inventory, and teach a one-week program in your area of specialization over the summer.

Head Instructor of Digital Photography – Seasonal (052617/1132/27)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Head Instructor – Seasonal

This is a seasonal position working 35 hours per week in our Kids U! camps and academies during the 2017 summer season August 7th to 11th.  We are looking for a teacher or media arts professional to instruct a one-week specialty academy in Digital Photography. Share your knowledge and passion. You will develop the curriculum, create activities, set up and maintain program area, supervise participants, manage inventory, and teach a one-week program in your area of specialization over the summer.

Assistant Director of Student Affairs Operations (052517/1131/26)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Assistant Director of Student Affairs Operations

This is a full-time position in our Residence Life Department working 35 hours per week.  Position serves a key role in the execution of the day-to-day operations of the Residence Life and Student Development Offices while ensuring excellent customer service, high-quality administrative processes, and enabling strategic development of the student experience through the maintenance and reporting of accurate records and data in housing and student conduct.

The AD position requires attention to detail, a mind for process and procedure, creative problem-solving skills, sound professional judgment and the ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously.  The Assistant Director is expected to be an excellent communicator, using collaboration and partnerships as tools to enhance administrative processes.

Security Officer (051917/1130/25)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Security Officer

This is a full-time position in our Public Safety and Security Department working 40 hours per week for the 12am to 8am shift rotating through each day of the week. Occasionally working other shifts may be required due to the needs of the Department. Overtime may be required as determined by the Director of Public Safety or designee.  Position will assist in ensuring the safety and protection of students, employees and visitors on campus property and render assistance and transportation as needed.

Coaching Assistant of Cross Country - GCA (051817/1129/24)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Coaching Assistant of Cross Country - GCA

This is a two-year part-time appointment working 20 hours a week for 9 months per year with eligibility of graduate tuition waiver benefits covering 18 credits per academic year, for degree granting programs at the university.  Position will assist the head coach in organizing, supervising, and controlling all the activities related to cross country.

Coaching Assistant of Tennis - GCA (051817/1128/23)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Coaching Assistant of Tennis - GCA

This is a two-year part-time appointment working 20 hours a week for 9 months per year with eligibility of graduate tuition waiver benefits covering 18 credits per academic year, for degree granting programs at the university.  Position will assist the head coach in organizing, supervising, and controlling all the activities related to tennis.

Coaching Assistant of Women’s Lacrosse - GCA (051817/1127/22)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Coaching Assistant of Women’s Lacrosse - GCA

This is a two-year part-time appointment working 20 hours a week for 9 months per year with eligibility of graduate tuition waiver benefits covering 18 credits per academic year, for degree granting programs at the university.  Position will assist the head coach in organizing, supervising, and controlling all the activities related to women’s lacrosse.

Coaching Assistant of Women’s Basketball - GCA (051817/1126/21)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:   Coaching Assistant of Women’s Basketball - GCA

This is a two-year part-time appointment working 20 hours a week for 9 months per year with eligibility of graduate tuition waiver benefits covering 18 credits per academic year, for degree granting programs at the university.  Position will assist the head coach in organizing, supervising, and controlling all the activities related to women’s basketball.

Coaching Assistant of Softball - GCA (051617/1122/17)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume: Coaching Assistant of Softball - GCA

This is a two-year part-time appointment working 20 hours a week for 9 months per year with eligibility of graduate tuition waiver benefits covering 18 credits per academic year, for degree granting programs at the university.  Position will assist the head coach in organizing, supervising, and controlling all the activities related to softball.

Assistant Director of Athletics Internship (051617/1121/16)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Assistant Director of Athletics Internship

This is a two-year internship working full-time 35 hours per week and funded through the NCAA Division III Ethnic Minority & Women's Internship Grant Program and Delaware Valley University.  Position is an entry-level position in intercollegiate athletics administration.

Associate Vice President of Marketing and Communications (051117/1121/15)

This is a full-time position in our Marketing and Communications Department.  This position serves as chief marketing and communications officer of the University, creating and implementing campaigns to increase the institution’s visibility and to attract students, donors and employees. This position ensures alignment and synergy in internal and external marketing and communications efforts, oversees editorial direction, and creates a vision for DelVal’s digital and social media strategy. The University is partnering with Lois L. Lindauer Searches to identify qualified candidates.  Interested applicants can learn more here, or may contact Anne Norton, Search Director, at anorton@LLLSearches.com for more information or to apply.

Manager of Crop Production (051117/1120/14)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Manager of Crop Production

This is a full-time exempt position in our Crop Production/Plant Science/School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Department and is based upon a 50-hour work week in the summer and a 40-hour week in the winter. Responsibilities include but are not limited to management of 400 acres of grain and forage production, student employees, interns, budgeting, and working with faculty to coordinate educational and classroom needs. The candidate is also responsible for general maintenance and repair of the agriculture equipment, and field & maintenance records. The manager collaborates with other university farm units - including livestock, dairy, equine, horticulture, and faculty to make decisions regarding crop selection, locations, and logistics with a priority on producing the best possible forages and grains in an educational setting. During the growing season an alternative schedule may be required.

Custodian (042417/1119/13)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Custodian

This is a full-time position working 40 hours per week, rotating shifts between Tuesday through Saturday and Monday through Friday 2:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.  Position will clean and maintain university assets per the standard set forth by the Manager of Custodial Operations. The Custodian might also be responsible for driving the trash truck or department van.

Assistant Professor of Biology (041217/1117/11)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Assistant Professor of Biology

This is a full-time 9 month, tenure-track teaching appointment to begin in fall 2017 for the department of Biology.  Position will teach course load within biology.

Data Center Administrator (040717/1116/10)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume: Data Center Administrator

This is a full-time position working 35 hours per week in our Technology Services Department.  Position includes but is not limited to working with the operations team to manage all servers, applications and other aspects of the university’s technology infrastructure.

Administrative Assistant (040717/1115/09)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Administrative Assistant

This is a part-time position working 20 hours per week in the Nazareth/Bethlehem area for our School of Graduate, Professional and Entrepreneurial Studies.  Position includes but is not limited to performing administrative and office support activities for multiple supervisors.

Camp Assistant 2 – Seasonal (030717/1111/05)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Camp Assistant 2 – Seasonal

This is a seasonal position working 35 hours per week in our Kids U! camps and academies during the 2017 summer season.  Position includes but is not limited to assisting the Head Instructor with camp program participants in the following specialty areas: science, technology, applied engineering, digital media, arts, or coding as well as driving a minivan shuttle two times daily between campuses.

Development Officer (022717/1109/03)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Development Officer

This is a full-time position working in the Office of Institutional Advancement.  Position includes but is not limited to developing and implementing fundraising strategies to secure philanthropic support for Delaware Valley University fundraising.

Adjunct Business Administration Position (021617/1107/01)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:   Adjunct Business Administration Position

Delaware Valley University is seeking to build its pool of part-time evening adjunct instructors in Business Administration to teach a variety of business administration courses held at remote locations in Newtown and Media, Pennsylvania. Courses include: Small Business Management, Intermediate Computer apps, Organizational Behavior, Supervision and Management, Advertising, Investing, International Business, and Finance. Classes meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

Candidates must possess a MBA or Master's Degree; Doctorate is preferred.  Those without a doctorate must have industry experience.  Candidates with out-of-field degrees must have earned at least 15 graduate credits in the area of teaching assignment.

Dean of the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (111816/1099/52)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, and resume:  Dean of the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

This is a 12-month, full-time administrative appointment with a projected start date of July 1, 2017.  Salary commensurate with experience.  This position is responsible for the management and leadership of the following academic departments:  Agribusiness, Animal Science, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sciences, Equine Science and Management, Food Science, Plant Science, as well as the University’s animal production facilities, farms and the Littlefield Programs for Biotechnology and Hydroponics. The School’s current enrollment is approximately 650 students. The Dean reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty. 

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. You must apply online to be considered.  Letters of application addressing the above qualifications and current CV that includes the names of five professional references should be submitted electronically to the above University's employment link.  For all references listed please provide: current position titles, telephone and e-mail addresses.

Assistant Professor of Animal Science (071916/1071/24)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching: Assistant Professor of Animal Science

This is a full-time, nine-month, non-tenure track teaching appointment to begin in fall 2016 for the department of Animal Science.  Position will teach course load within animal science/dairy science.

Assistant Professor of Animal Science (122115/1040/07)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:  Assistant Professor of Animal Science

This is a full-time 9 month, tenure-track teaching appointment to begin in Fall 2016 for the department of Animal Science.  Position will teach course load within animal science. 

Instructor of Animal Science (112015/1032/59)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:  Instructor of Animal Science

This is a full-time 9 month renewable, non-tenure track teaching appointment to begin August 2016 in our Animal Science Department.  Responsibilities include but not limited to teaching course load within area of Animal Science.