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At the University of Pittsburgh, you belong. At Pitt-Bradford, you will be part of our close-knit campus community. You can help make Pitt-Bradford an exceptional place to learn, teach, work and grow. You can contribute -- as well as gain -- something of value.

For job listings throughout the University of Pittsburgh system, please check the Talent Center, where you will find staff, student and temporary positions.

The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled. Women and applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals with experience in a setting committed to multiculturalism and/or campus diversity are of particular interest.

Administrative Positions

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The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has embarked on several initiatives to engage all students in outside-the-classroom experiential learning opportunities that provide the skills and competencies for personal and professional success in a complex, socially diverse world. The Associate Dean of Student Affairs & Experiential Education is a high-level position within the division and has overall responsibility for the cultivation, development, marketing and engagement of co-curricular learning experiences, all done with a commitment to equity and inclusion. The position provides vision, leadership and strategic direction for several offices along with their staff related to leadership education, community service and advocacy, career services, professional development, and internships. The Associate Dean will be a flexible, student-centered leader who balances responsibilities to department-wide vision and planning with direct student interaction and support. The Associate Dean is the Chief Judicial Officer and manages student conduct through an equity lens, informed by educational and restorative justice concepts. He/she represents the VP & Dean of Students Affairs in his/her absence, coordinating staff meetings and representing the Division of Student Affairs to both internal and external constituents.

Candidates must have a master’s degree in higher education/student affairs or counseling, with 5-10 years of progressively responsible experience in Student Affairs administration; a person with a Ph.D. is strongly preferred. High degree of professionalism, strong people and public-speaking skills; working knowledge and understanding of best practices and industry standards in co-curricular experiential education; initiative, creativity and strong organizational skills; ability to articulate vision and effectively lead faculty and staff from a collegial position; high level of sensitivity and confidentiality when dealing with the diverse issues associated with student educational and conduct records.

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The Director of Counseling Services is responsible for administering and managing daily clinical operations for the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Counseling Center. The University Counseling Center is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and affirming environment that allows all students to reach their therapeutic goals. This is a full-time nine-month position.

Requirements: Doctorate in clinical psychology/counseling psychology and licensure as a psychologist in Pennsylvania. Experience with program evaluation and experience in collaborating with medical personnel. Five years in practice as a licensed psychologist with experience in college or university counseling center or comparable mental health setting. At least one year of administrative and/or supervisory experience in such a setting. Effective interpersonal skills, experience working with a diverse population in a multicultural setting, and able to collaborate with internal and external constituencies, including psychiatrists and other medical personnel.

Duties: Develop, implement, and assess clinical protocols and operating guidelines and serve as local administrator for Titanium, the electronic health record system. Provide evaluation and individual and group counseling/psychotherapy services to students to enhance student development, remediate mental health problems, and support academic success. Provide consultative, preventive, and outreach services as well as educational programming to the University community.

The Director of Counseling works with the Office of Disability Resources and Services as well as diverse and multicultural populations in need of counseling or referral. They have decision-making authority involving students who may be in need of involuntary hospitalization for psychological reasons.  Due to the size of the campus, the Director of Counseling Services must provide all mental health administration and management as well as clinical support.

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Faculty Positions

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The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is currently seeking a visionary leader
with a passion for health care in rural regions to fill the position of Director of
the Nursing Program and Center for Rural Health Practice.

This is a full-time, tenure-stream position at the rank of Associate or Full
Professor, commensurate with experience.

The selected candidate will begin no earlier than January 2021 and will work
under the supervision of the Division Chair of Biological and Health Sciences.

Campus(es): Bradford and Titusville, PA

Information about the Nursing Program and Center for Rural Health Practice:

https://www.upb.pitt.edu/academics/nursing-bsn-121

https://www.upb.pitt.edu/center-rural-health-practice

Requirements

  • Doctoral degree (PhD or DNP) from a regionally accredited institution with a focus in Nursing or a closely related profession
  • Experience in serving rural populations
  • Experience in securing external funds
  • Evidence of previous innovative health care programming
  • Evidence of sustained scholarly productivity as indicated by publications, grants, or other validating material
  • Expertise in the discipline as recognized at the regional/national and/or international levels
  • Experience with ACEN or CCNE accreditation
  • Prior face-to-face/ground classroom and clinical instruction experience at the university level and a preferred minimum of one to two (1-2) years of experience facilitating courses in an online environment
  • Experience with curriculum and program development and evaluation
  • Experience supervising university faculty and staff, including planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating
  • Experience working with community leaders and members
  • Demonstrated experience as an internal and external team leader
  • Expertise working in a technology-driven enterprise
  • Current RN licensure or eligibility for RN licensure in the state of Pennsylvania

Responsibilities

  • Provide administrative leadership in the planning, developing, and administering of the Nursing Program in accordance with university policies, accreditation standards, and state laws and regulations
  • Provide leadership in coordinating and implementing admission and orientation processes
  • Develop course schedules for the Nursing Program
  • Develop a suite of rural health care programs and outreach activities
  • Work with the Director of Assessment on outcomes, assessments, and program reviews
  • Ensure that the Student Handbook is up-to-date, comprehensive, and accurate
  • Ensure that the Nursing Program continues to meet ACEN standards and maintain files of accreditation reports
  • Conduct annual trainings and reviews with faculty to prepare for ACEN Reviews
  • Collaborate with regional health care agencies to identify critical health care needs in the role as Director of the Center for Rural Health Practice
  • Identify and apply for outside funding opportunities to develop programs for the Nursing Program and the Center for Rural Health Practice
  • Teach a course [per semester, as necessary] in the candidate’s content area
  • Engage in and catalyze related professional development and university service for the Nursing faculty, students, and staff

Submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy statement, diversity statement (i.e., experience working with students, faculty, and staff from varied backgrounds), and three letters of recommendation that address excellence in teaching, professional development, and service.

All applications must be formally submitted through the University of Pittsburgh Talent Center application portal. Apply online at https://www.join.pitt.edu/.

Review of completed applications will begin on October 5, 2020, and continue until position is filled.
Women and applicants from traditionally under-represented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals with experience in a setting committed to multiculturalism and/or campus diversity are of particular interest.

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Staff Positions

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The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is accepting applications for the Academic Advisor of the TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Program. SSS is a federal TRIO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The SSS program provides academic, career, and personal support services to eligible first-generation, low-income or students with disabilities. This is a 9-month, full-time staff position subject to ongoing U.S. Department of Education funding.  This position reports to the TRIO SSS Program Manager.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in education, counseling, psychology, or related field from an accredited college or university. Master’s degree preferred in related fields.  One to two years’ experience working in a TRIO federal program or similar related program/project for under-represented and at-risk college students. Experience effectively maintaining a caseload of project participants and providing them with services and activities as indicated on individual academic plans. Experience advising college students with academic and non-academic matters.

An individual with experience related to multiculturalism and/or issues related to campus diversity is of particular interest. Preference will be given to individuals who have succeeded in overcoming the disadvantages and circumstances like those of the targeted population.

Experience providing course instruction, group and workshop facilitation, counseling, and knowledge of the ADA and Section 504 preferred. Applicants must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and data-entry software and possess excellent written and oral communication skills.

Duties: Responsible for delivering direct academic support services, in individual, group and classroom settings, to eligible students.

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The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is accepting applications for the Administrative Assistant of the TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Program. SSS is a federal TRIO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The SSS program provides academic, career, and personal support services to eligible first-generation, low-income and students with disabilities. This is a 12-month, part-time (22.5 hours/week) staff position subject to ongoing U.S. Department of Education funding.

Requirements: Associate degree in office management with one to two years’ experience or high school diploma and work-experience equivalency. A bachelor’s degree in office management is preferred. Minimum of one year of experience working as an office assistant. Advanced computer literacy with spreadsheet and database experience. Must possess strong sense of professionalism and excellent grammar, proofreading, and oral and written communication skills.

Professional or personal experiences in overcoming barriers similar to those confronting participants are preferred.

Duties: Perform all clerical-administrative duties for the office according to University and TRIO SSS policies and procedures. Duties will include but not limited to completing purchase requisitions; making travel arrangements; ordering supplies; preparing mailings; filing and maintaining files; answering phones; and providing administrative support to project manager with all aspects of SSS services within the policy and procedures of USDE, Pitt-Bradford, and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations.

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Duties include vehicular and foot patrol of University property, enforcement of criminal and traffic laws, protection of people and property, investigation of crimes, completion of police reports, testimony in court, and assistance to other law enforcement agencies. Variable shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays. Requirements include a bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field (such as political science, psychology or government studies), PA Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission Act 120 Certification, valid PA driver's license and safe driving record. Two years' experience in a related field is preferred. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. Proficiency in Word, Excel spreadsheets and Outlook required. Letter of interest, current resume, online staff employment application, and full contact information for three references are required.

Bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field (such as political science, psychology or government studies), PA Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission Act 120 Certification, valid PA driver's license and safe driving record. Knowledge and successful completion of Firearms training and qualification. CPR and first aid certification. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. Proficiency in Word, Excel spreadsheets and Outlook required. Ability to interact with diverse populations.

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Implement and maintain a culture of data quality; create and run complex queries, reports, mailings and exports; track and report on fundraising progress, donor trends, prospect research and analytics; manage gift entry; integrate data with event software and event registration activities; provide technical support and training to department staff and other internal partners to enhance proficiency and skill with databases and programs; oversee import and export of constituent information from other internal sources; and manage and maintain relationship with database vendors.

The Database Manager must demonstrate experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and demonstrate commitment to enhancing equity and improving access for constituents regardless of their background.

Bachelor’s and minimum 2 years’ experience in database administration, including prospect and constituent management, data import/export, and the development of standard and custom reports is required.

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The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is accepting applications for the position of Director of Alumni Engagement for the Office of Philanthropic and Alumni Engagement (PAE).

Requirements: A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years’ experience in alumni relations and/or fundraising.

Duties and Responsibilities: Cultivate and steward an alumni donor portfolio; develop and implement a comprehensive strategic plan for the Pitt-Bradford Alumni Association (PBAA) and alumni engagement office; provide administrative and leadership support to the PBAA, it’s board and committees; manage all alumni events (i.e. Alumni & Family Weekend, Career Networking programs, PBAA board and committee meetings, etc.); serve as the PAE department’s liaison to various departments across campus; serve as the advisor to various student groups (i.e. Blue & Gold Society, etc.) assist Communications & Marketing staff with alumni publications, manage the alumni website and social media accounts; and other duties and projects as assigned. The position reports to the Executive Director of Philanthropic and Alumni Engagement (PAE).

The Director of Alumni Engagement must demonstrate experience working with students and alumni from diverse backgrounds and a commitment to enhancing equity and improving access to students and alumni regardless of background.

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The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is seeking qualified applicants for a position in Facilities Management. The position is classified as Maintenance Worker II in accordance with the terms set forth with Local Union No. 95-95A International Union of Operating Engineers.

Requirements: The position requires a minimum of three years’ experience with a variety of tasks necessary to achieve a pleasant and functional outdoor environment. Applicant must be able to demonstrate proficiency using grounds-keeping equipment.

Desired Requirements: Five years’ experience, trade or vocational school graduate, an approved apprenticeship or equivalent on-the-job training. Individuals with experience related to issues of campus diversity and/or multiculturalism are of particular interest.

Duties: The maintenance worker is responsible for grounds-keeping/landscaping maintenance; snow removal; mowing; maintaining trees, shrubs, and flowers; applying turf products and pesticide; maintaining irrigation systems; and improving the landscaping. The individual also repairs roadways, walkways, parking lots, storm drains, etc. and provides preventive maintenance on equipment common to the trade. The position carries out scheduled maintenance to support special events, projects, conferences, planned utility outages and activities sponsored by individuals/groups using parts of the campus. The individual is responsible for coordinating and disposing of recyclable materials and completing assigned duties relative to management of landscape maintenance and aesthetic improvement.

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The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is accepting applications for the Retention Specialist of the TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Program. SSS is a federal TRIO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The SSS program provides academic, career, and personal support services to eligible first-generation, low-income and/or students with disabilities. This is a 10-month, full-time staff position subject to ongoing U.S. Department of Education funding.  This position reports to the TRIO SSS Program Manager.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in education, counseling, psychology, or related field from an accredited college or university.  Master’s degree preferred in related fields. One to two years’ experience working in a TRIO federal program or similar related program/project for underrepresented and at-risk college students. Experience effectively maintaining a caseload of project participants and providing them with services and activities as indicated on individual academic plans. Experience advising college students with academic and non-academic matters.

An individual with experience related to multiculturalism and/or issues related to campus diversity is of particular interest. Preference will be given to individuals who have succeeded in overcoming the disadvantages and circumstances like those of the targeted population.

Experience providing course instruction, group and workshop facilitation, counseling, and knowledge of the ADA and Section 504 preferred. Applicants must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and data entry software and possess excellent written and oral communication skills.

Duties: Responsible for delivering direct academic support services, in individual, group and classroom settings, to eligible students. Assist program manager with data tracking and entry, program development, grant compliance and student retention activities. Coordinate and supervise the TRIO SSS Peer Mentor Program.

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The Social Media Strategist is responsible for planning, producing, scheduling and publishing high-quality, engaging social media content to connect, increase engagement and generate a positive image with Pitt-Bradford’s audiences. The strategist will develop and implement social media campaigns, use the appropriate tools to measure the success of each campaign and make the appropriate adjustments based on those results, develop a social media content calendar for the university, and provide social media communications in collaboration with other office staff members on crisis communication issues. The strategist will keep abreast of the latest social media best practices and technologies and implement them when appropriate and work collaboratively with other faculty and staff offices on campus to offer social media counsel to help them maximize their social media effectiveness.

Bachelor’s degree in a communications-related discipline such as journalism, communications, broadcast communications, writing, English or public relations. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills and knowledge of social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. Clear understanding of the value and power of social media and how social can best be used in higher education, particularly in connecting with prospective students and their parents, arts enthusiasts, and alumni and donors. Experience with or knowledge of online creation, scheduling, monitoring and measurement platforms such as Buffer. Ability to work and be flexible in a fast-paced environment. Excellent judgment, ability to stay calm in stressful situations, detail oriented, and ability to keep confidences. Knowledge of social media ethics and social media use in crisis communications. Photography and videography experience, as well as using tools such as Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Premiere, preferred.

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