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2018 Assistant Director (Gov. School, time limited)

Governor's School 007213 Non-Faculty
Assistant Director (AD) will; • supervise the MGS program as outlined by the director • assist with planning and supervising recreation as well as afternoon and evening activities. Applications are available to all interested parties but preference will be given to former MGS scholars, individuals with experience working with gifted students, individuals with demonstrated leadership experien… View Details Bookmark

Student Worker (H & K)

Health and Kinesiology Student
Student worker to perform receptionist duties View Details Bookmark

Student Life Student Assistant

Student Life Student
The student assistant is responsible for assisting the Office of Student Life professional staff, answering the telephone and taking messages, filing, and completing all other tasks as assigned. View Details Bookmark

2018 Interest Area Instructor (Gov. School, limited timed)

Governor's School 007210 Non-Faculty
Faculty who are selected will be required to teach the Interest Course on their proposed topic from 2:30 – 4:30 Monday – Friday for the 2-week program and to participate in faculty/student seminars, recreation, and other scheduled activities as scheduled. Faculty will also be expected to participate in training that will be scheduled during the week preceding the program start date. Interes… View Details Bookmark

Student Engagement Intern

Student Life Student
The Student Engagement Intern assists with the daily office operations and the planning/execution of events and initiatives managed by the Coordinator of Student Engagement, which include diversity education, welcome week, and student organization functions. The intern is expected to lead meetings, correspond with and serve as a resource for registered organization members, and advocate for a s… View Details Bookmark

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Literature & Philosophy 140 Faculty
This is a 9 month tenure track faculty appointment in Philosophy. Teaching a 4-4 load; departmental service (advising, planning, curriculum revision and development); university service View Details Bookmark

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Psychology and Family Studies 64 Faculty
The Mississippi University for Women Department of Psychology and Family Studies invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Psychology for the 2018-2019 academic year. Compensation will be commensurate with education and experience. The ideal candidate will have a PhD in clinical, counseling, or social psychology as well as experience teaching undergraduate courses in th… View Details Bookmark

Finance and Administration Office Worker

V/P for Finance & Administration 090099 Student
Assisting Sr. VP for Administration with administrative duties such as greeting guests, answering phones, processing and routing paperwork, filing, checking mail, other administrative duties as assigned View Details Bookmark

Water Safety Instructor - Non. Cert

Campus Recreation 090283 Student
-Plans and organizes personal class teaching outlines, methods and goals that support the general teaching outlines provided by the American Red Cross Swimming Program View Details Bookmark

Patrol Officer (2 Positions)

MUW Police (Department) 7015 & 7016 Non-Faculty
Performs law enforcement duties in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances which are consistent with the mission of the department and the University. View Details Bookmark

Spring 2018 - Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader for Statistics - Dr. Kerzel

Academic Advising/Academic Support 090237 Student
Seeking student leader who has recently taken above mentioned subject area under specified instructor, and received either an "A or “B”. Maintain current contact information with the Student Success Center Attend class, prepare for, and plan to cover specific content from class. Review content from the course as needed to maintain skills/knowledge. Respond… View Details Bookmark

Spring 2018 - Tutor, Student Success Center

Academic Advising/Support Services 090148 Student
Maintain current contact information with the Student Success Center Contact professors of subjects tutored to request syllabi and recommendations for tutoring Review content from the course as needed to maintain skills/knowledge Respond to students’ requests for tutoring in a timely manner Meet with students for tutoring sessions in a public place Be on time for tutoring appoi… View Details Bookmark

Student Worker (Communication)

Communication 090112 Student
Student worker to perform receptionist duties for the Department of Communication. View Details Bookmark

Spring 2018 -Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader for A & P I - Dr. Whitwam

Academic Advising/Academic Support 090237 Student
Seeking student leader who has recently taken above mentioned subject area under specified instructor, and received either an "A or “B”. Maintain current contact information with the Student Success Center Attend class, prepare for, and plan to cover specific content from class. Review content from the course as needed to maintain skills/knowledge. Respond to students’ req… View Details Bookmark

Mail Services Assistant, Part-time, Benefits Eligible

Mail Service (Department) 7009 Non-Faculty
Receiving, sorting, distributing incoming mail; organizing, forwarding, metering outgoing mail and other mail services duties. Hours for position are as follows with occasional variation: Monday, 8:00-4:30 – an hour for lunch Tuesday, 9-3 – an hour for lunch Wednesday, 10-4:30—an hour for lunch Thursday, 9-3 – an hour for lunch Friday, 9-1 View Details Bookmark

Temporary Student Life Coordinator (Non-benefits eligible, Part-time)

Student Life 7222 12/03/2017 Non-Faculty
This temporary staff position is responsible for assisting the Office of Student Life professional staff in program planning and implementation, advising groups, providing customer service within Student Life, and completing other tasks as assigned. This is a part-time, non-benefits eligible position. Maximum number of hours per week is 27 hours. Position can not last any longer than 4.45 m… View Details Bookmark

Major Course Instructor (Gov. School, time limited)

Governor's School 007202 Non-Faculty
Faculty who are selected will be required to teach a Major Course on their proposed topic from 8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday for the 2-week program and to participate in faculty/student seminars, recreation, and other scheduled activities. The Major Courses are relatively in-depth, content-based studies and should reflect interdisciplinary relationships. MGS courses shoul… View Details Bookmark

Head Resident 2018 (Gov. School, time limited)

Governor's School 007211 Non-Faculty
Head Residents (HR) supervise the resident assistants as well as the scholars as referred by the RA’s. HR’s assist with planning and supervising recreation as well as evening activities. Applications are available to all interested parties but preference will be given to former MGS scholars, individuals with experience working with gifted students, individuals with demonstrated leadership exper… View Details Bookmark

MGS Federal Student Work-study (2017-2018)

Governor's School Student
Part-time, student position working approximately 5 – 20 hours per week during the semester. Performs receptionist, secretarial, and other duties as required for the operation of Governor’s School with direct interaction with high school administrators, parents, & students. View Details Bookmark

MGS Student Worker (2017-2018)

Governor's School Student
Part-time, student position working approximately 5 – 20 hours per week during the semester. Performs receptionist, secretarial, and other duties as required for the operation of Governor’s School with direct interaction with high school administrators, parents, & students. View Details Bookmark

2018 Event Staff, Mississippi Governor's School (non-benefits eligible)

Governor's School 7226 Non-Faculty
Part-time, temporary position working approximately 40 hours per week during Governor’s school. The event staff organize and staffing the various activities for MGS. Event staff also are engaged in various office duties to ensure that the operation of Governor’s School continues including direct interaction with high school administrators, parents, & students as well as various university depar… View Details Bookmark

Resident Assistant 2018 (Gov. School, time limited)

Governor's School 007201 Non-Faculty
Residence Hall Advisors (RA’s) supervise in the residence halls and also assist with planning and supervising various events during the program, move from event to event with Mississippi Governor’s School scholars, and plan and supervise evening meetings. View Details Bookmark

Communications Internship 2018 (Gov. School, time limited)

Governor's School 007209 Non-Faculty
The Communications Internship (CI) is provided to offer qualified individuals the opportunity to gain experience in the use of social media while serving a vital role to the MGS program as a developing specialist in this area. The CI is responsible for some office work as well as managing the social presence of the program. Also, the CI is expected to video, take pictures, create press releases… View Details Bookmark

Care Teacher I (Part-time, Benefits-Eligible)

Child & Parent Development Center 000195 Non-Faculty
Provides care and effective learning activities designed to promote social, physical, emotional and intellectual growth appropriate for assigned age group of children enrolled at CPDC. This is a 33.75 hour per week, benefits-eligible position. The hours are Monday through Friday, 7:15 am – 2:00 pm daily. View Details Bookmark

Head Men's & Women's Tennis Coach NCAA Division III (Part-time, Non-Benefits-Eligible)

Athletic Administration 721 Non-Faculty
Under the direction of the Director of Athletics, the Head Tennis Coach is responsible for all aspects of the organization and administration of a NCAA Division III Tennis program. View Details Bookmark

Head Men's Golf Coach (Part-time, Non-Benefits-Eligible)

Athletic Administration 722 Non-Faculty
Under the direction of the Director of Athletics, the Head Golf Coach is responsible for all aspects of the organization and administration of a NCAA Division III Golf program. View Details Bookmark

Head Women's Soccer Coach

Athletic Administration 690 Non-Faculty
Under the direction of the Director of Athletics, the Head Women’s Soccer Coach will be responsible for the organization and administration of an NCAA Division III Soccer program, set to begin competition in the fall of 2018. View Details Bookmark

Care Teacher I (Part-time, Benefits-Eligible)

Child & Parent Development Center 946 Non-Faculty
Provides care and effective learning activities designed to promote social, physical, emotional and intellectual growth appropriate for assigned age group of children enrolled at CPDC. This is a 33.75 hour per week, benefits-eligible position. The hours are Monday through Friday, 7:15 am – 2:00 pm daily. View Details Bookmark

Aftercare Worker (1 Position Available) (Part-time Non-Benefits Eligible)

Child & Parent Development Center 7129 Non-Faculty
Part-time, non-benefits-eligible position. 3.75 hours per day. Hours are 1:45 – 5:30 pm Monday through Friday. Provides supervision and care appropriate for assigned age group of children enrolled at CPDC. View Details Bookmark

Dean, College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Dean of Arts and Sciences 68 Faculty
The dean is responsible for providing effective leadership, strategic planning, and administration of programs and activities of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. The dean reports directly to the Provost/VPAA. The dean, in consultation with the Provost, department chairs, and faculty, is responsible for college management, faculty affairs, and instructional oversight. View Details Bookmark