Staff Job Openings

Academic Advisor - CCPS Licking

Coordinator-Loan Processing

Custodian (Full time)

Director of Development-Major Gifts

Director of Foundation Relations

Network Administrator

Volunteer Services Coordinator

Web Developer


Academic Advisor - CCPS Licking

Department: CCPS Licking
Supervisor: Dean-College of Continuing Professional Studies   
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, Monday-Friday, 10 hours per week

Description: This position serves as an academic advisor and class coordinator for Drury-CCPS in the Licking community. Works two evenings per week (4:00 – 9:00 PM) while classes are in session to provide provides academic advising and registration assistance to current and prospective students. In addition, this position coordinates classes and provides administrative support to the adjunct faculty teaching at Licking.

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In addition, a cover letter and resume may be submitted via email to hr@drury.edu; however, these are optional unless requested.


Coordinator-Loan Processing

Department: Financial Aid
Supervisor: Director-Financial Aid
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months

Description: Provides solution-oriented service for students regarding financial aid and billing questions. Contributes to financial aid and business office operations as needed.

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In addition, a cover letter and resume may be submitted via email to hr@drury.edu; however, these are optional unless requested.


Custodian (Full Time)

Department: Facilities Services
Supervisor: Assistant Director - Custodial Services
Schedule: Regular, Full-time 40 hours/week

Description: Supports Facilities Services by performing custodial duties in an assigned area, such as cleaning interior of building and setting-up and preparing for campus events, which may include carrying, unfolding and arranging chairs and tables and so forth.

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In addition, a cover letter and resume may be submitted via email to hr@drury.edu; however, these are optional unless requested.


Director of Development-Major Gifts

Department: University Advancement
Supervisor: Executive Vice President-University Advancement
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, M-F

Description: Position is responsible for managing and implementing development efforts to raise funds from alumni, parents, corporations and other friends of Drury in a designated region. The primary focus is on a portfolio of assigned prospects to raise major and planned gifts of $25,000 and up. Using best practices and a moves management approach, supported administratively by a strong research and analytics-driven Donor Services team, this position will help expand identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of potential friends and major donors to fund university-wide priorities and designated projects. Position will coordinate with the alumni relations team members and admissions staff to coordinate university-wide efforts in a designated region. Travel expected.  Regular contact and coordination with members of the university leadership team, admissions staff, Trustees, and other key Drury alumni and friends.

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In addition, a cover letter and resume may be submitted via email to hr@drury.edu; however, these are optional unless requested.


Director of Foundation Relations

Department: University Advancement
Supervisor: Executive Vice President-University Advancement
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, M-F

Description: The Director of Foundation Relations is responsible for managing, directing and coordinating all institutional giving and grant related activities across all University departments and programs. The Manager will identify emerging opportunities and articulate compelling illustrations in order to connect University needs and resources within foundation funding communities to positively impact giving. The director will manage and grow annual fund, campaign and special project grant revenue. In coordination with various internal constituents, the director will facilitate and build relationships with the leaders of major local and national foundation. 

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In addition, a cover letter and resume may be submitted via email to hr@drury.edu; however, these are optional unless requested.


Network Administrator

Department: Technology Services
Supervisor: Director of Infrastructure Support
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m, with occasional evening and weekend hours

Description: Supports the design, administration, and maintenance of the campus network. Documents network infrastructure.

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In addition, a cover letter and resume may be submitted via email to hr@drury.edu; however, these are optional unless requested.


Volunteer Services Coordinator

Department: Student Affairs
Supervisor: Director of Community Outreach and Leadership Development
Schedule: Regular, 10-month, Full-time, M-F 8-5 (Some evening and weekend hours required)

Description:  Manages volunteer efforts and develops community engagement and service programming for Drury undergraduate day school students, faculty, and staff. Oversees federal work study tutor program to ensure that Drury meets program community service requirements. Assists in the daily operations of the Office of Community Outreach and Leadership Development.

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In addition, a cover letter and resume may be submitted via email to hr@drury.edu; however, these are optional unless requested.


Web Developer

Department: Marketing & Communications
Supervisor: Associate Director of Digital Communication
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.   

Description:  The Web Developer guides the development efforts of Drury University’s web presence, leading the technical design and implementation of web development projects. The Web Developer collaborates with the Associate Director to plan technical components of departmental projects and communicate overall vision to staff and student staff. The Web Developer should stay abreast of emerging technologies and changing trends in the area of web development, and be prepared to make recommendations based on those trends. The Web Developer supports the office by completing development and content-related tasks as necessary. The Web Developer works closely with Technology Services to monitor software licenses, server security and maintenance.

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To apply, complete the online application.

In addition, a cover letter and resume may be submitted via email to hr@drury.edu; however, these are optional unless requested.