Current Job Listings:
Adjunct Faculty – Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing
Deadline: December 30, 2014
Human Resources Coordinator
Posted: November 19, 2014 | Deadline: December 5, 2014
Holy Family University has an opening for a Human Resources Coordinator to support our busy HR Department in the areas of benefits administration, HR reporting, recruitment, training/development and records maintenance. Requirements include a bachelor's degree, 3-5 years experience in an HR department, PHR designation, excellent written & verbal communication skills, and proficiency in MS Office suite and HRIS administration/reporting. SPHR designation, working knowledge of ADP workforcenow, and experience in a higher ed environment preferred. Candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter to Holy Family University, HR Dept, Job #28, 9801 Frankford Ave, Phila, PA 19114 or email to: hr_payroll @ holyfamily.edu
Public Safety Officer, PT
Posted: December 3, 2014 | Deadline: December 16, 2014
Holy Family University has an opening for a part-time Public Safety Officer to work Saturdays & Sundays, 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm, with additional hours varying (30 hrs/wkly) at our Philadelphia location. Duties include patrolling
and securing buildings and grounds. Valid driver's license, ability to work independently and prior security exp reqd. CPR & First Aid certification preferred. To apply, submit resume to: Human Resources, Holy Family
Assistant Director for Institutional Assessment
Posted: December 4, 2014| Deadline: December 17, 2014
Holy Family University seeks an Assistant Director for Institutional Assessment to assist deans/faculty in creating, documenting & improving their annual assessment plans & activities; to develop methods for tracking & managing assessment activity using the Universities Assessment Management System: Blackboard Outcomes Assessment System (BbOAS); to develop protocol & documentation, & to train faculty/staff on BbOAS. The Assistant Director will support the University Outcomes Assessment and Improvement Committee in infusing results of assessment into teaching, learning, curriculum & other improvement processes. The Assistant Director will work in a team environment of collegiality and collaboration to achieve the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment goals and objectives. The Assistant Director will also provide data analysis of institutional data and help support the implementation of the standard cycle of surveys of students, faculty, and staff. The Assistant Director will also oversee the distribution and analysis of student course evaluations.
Requirements include excellent communication skills, uncompromising attention to accuracy & detail, ability to work independently & effectively with all segments of the university community especially faculty, strong project management skills, ability to design, conduct & present specialized research and assessment within Higher Education, & advanced proficiency in research-oriented software & administrative systems within higher education. Master's degree in relevant field plus 5 yrs min experience in educational, social science or institutional research, academic assessment or an equivalent combination of graduate-level coursework & experience required.