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Staff Job Openings

Accounts Receivable Advisor (Day/Grad/Dual Credit)

Assistant Coach - Cheerleading 

CAMP Outreach and Recruitment Specialist (Monett Campus)      

Coordinator/Advisor (Rolla Campus)  

Coordinator Military and Veteran Benefits (Fort Leonard Wood Campus)

Custodian

Custodian - Part Time

Director of Career Planning & Development

Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations

Enrollment and Academic Advising Specialist - Monett Campus

Executive Vice President - University Advancement

General Maintenance Technician

Help Desk Coordinator

HVAC Technician

Instructional Assistant Coach - Wrestling (NCAA Sport)

Lead Custodian

Regional Director of Admission (St. Louis Area)

Security Officer I

TSC Instrument Specialist


Accounts Receivable Advisor (Day/Grad/Dual Credit)

Department: Business Services
Supervisor: Director of Business Services
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Description: Collects tuition and other payments from students, parents, and University departments. Enters, edits, and posts  monies collected. Prepares daily bank deposit. Generates and processes statements and coordinates collection efforts.  Primary contact for Day School, Graduate and Dual Credit students. Explains charges, financial aid, loans and the impact  on billing to parents/students. Explains/administers Nelnet payment plans. Reviews and mails/emails statements to  students/parents. Calculates refunds for Day, Graduate, and Dual Credit students.  

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Assistant Coach - Cheerleading

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Spirit Coordinator
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, 9-month

Description: Responsible for assisting the spirit coordinator with teaching, coaching, advising and mentoring student-athletes on the team in accordance with governing body (if applicable) and university rules and regulations while: 1) creating an atmosphere where graduation is facilitated through participation in intercollegiate athletics, 2) teaching student-athletes to be productive citizens who contribute to society for life, and 3) winning championships. The primary responsibility of the position is teaching effectively in practice and competition, with an emphasis on providing additional individual instruction to student-athletes in how to perform their sport. Secondary to that primary responsibility, the position also assists the spirit coordinator with: 1) recruiting, 2) promoting an atmosphere of compliance and student-athlete academic performance, 3) scheduling and budget management, 4) fundraising, 5) program organization, 6) teaching life skills to student-athletes and, 7) engaging the university and local community by building relationships with constituent group members and by personal and team participation in community service activities. The assistant cheerleading coach must have a philosophy that maintains a competitive program that values the educational and personal well-being of its student-athletes while emphasizing the university and athletics department mission, vision, core values and culture.

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CAMP Outreach and Recruitment Specialist (Monett Campus)

Department: Drury GO Monett
Supervisor: Program Director
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday - Friday, some evenings and weekends

Description: Works with the CAMP Program Director- Recruits and coordinates recruitment in Southwest Missouri and Northwest Arkansas regions. Organize and participate in recruitment-related events through high schools, employers, and other organizations. Work with CAMP Program Director on marketing strategies, which includes meeting with organization, industry, and community leaders. Uses JRM to recruit and track student inquiries.

Continuation of this position beyond June 30, 2021, is contingent upon the renewal of existing grant funding.

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Coordinator/Advisor (Rolla Campus)

Department: Drury GO Rolla
Supervisor: Director - Mid Missouri Region
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday - Friday, Some evenings/weekends may be required

Description: Coordinates and promotes all programs at the main campus and the surrounding area.  Supervises Enrollment and Academic Advising staff and monitors and manages enrollment.  Collaborates on each semester’s class schedule and recruitment, hiring, and evaluation of faculty; monitors and manages enrollment; assists students and faculty; engages in outreach and markets programs through media and by meeting with prospective students, local business and industry representatives, and other community leaders. Maintains office hours for academic and enrollment advising.

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Coordinator Military and Veteran Benefits (Fort Leonard Wood Campus)

Department: Drury GO FTLW
Supervisor: Director - Mid Missouri Region
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 .m.

Description: With direct supervision, provide excellent customer service to eligible veterans, civilians, military students and family members applying for and receiving Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) GI Bill educational benefits, Tuition Assistance (TA) from agencies/enterprises and Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) assistance. Ensures compliance with Federal and State regulations, the Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education and adherence to Drury University policies and procedures. Analyze, interpret and explain VA policy and changes, evaluate and monitor student eligibility for benefits processing associated with this designation.

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Custodian  

Department: Facilities Operations
Supervisor: Assistant Director - Custodial Services
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, 40 hours/week

Description: Supports the Physical Plant by performing custodial duties in a routinely assigned area.

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Custodian - Part Time

Department: Facilities Operations
Supervisor: Assistant Director - Custodial Services
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, 12 months, 20 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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Director of Career Planning & Development

Department: Career Planning & Development
Supervisor: Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs/Director Robert & Mary Cox Compass Center
Schedule: Regular, 12 month, FT, M-F

Description: Provides leadership and supports the mission and strategic plan of the university and the Cox Compass Center. Responsible for all activities of Career Planning & Development including overseeing, assessing, reporting and marketing of career development activities and programs. Supervises Career Planning & Development staff and oversees budgetary and other administrative functions of the office. Serves as the primary liaison between potential employers and the university, students and alumni.

To ensure consideration, please apply by 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 16, 2021.

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Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations

Department: University Advancement
Supervisor: EVP - University Advancement
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months. Hours usually 8-5

Description: The Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations is responsible for developing and managing all corporate, foundation, and institutional, as well as grant related activities across all University departments and programs. Provides proactive leadership to secure philanthropic support for a variety of institutional programs and priorities from regional and national foundations, corporations, organizations and associations. Expertly navigates the University’s leadership and scholar landscape to partner with leadership, faculty and staff in initiating, strengthening and managing strategic relationships. Provides expertise, initiative, new approaches and innovative tactics to increase the foundation pipeline and corporate giving program. Serves as a development team lead, coaching and mentoring other gift officers in their respective work to cultivate, solicit and steward organizational and corporate prospects. Some travel required for advancement of relationships with current and prospective funders.

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Enrollment & Academic Advising Specialist - Monett Campus

Department: Drury GO Monett
Supervisor: Monett Site Director 
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months. Monday - Friday, Evenings/weekends as needed

Description: Implements communication techniques to enroll identified students from a specific geographic territory to become part of the Drury University student body. Anticipates and evaluates competitive educational opportunities and distinguishes Drury’s opportunities from its competitors. Maintains external relations with influential constituents (alumni, business leaders, area high schools, CAMP connections, and site directors). Actively participates in recruitment efforts and presentations to external constituents. Provides academic advising and registration assistance for all new and continuing students, including all CAMP students.

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Executive Vice President for University Advancement

The next Executive Vice President for University Advancement (EVPUA) at Drury University will be a proven professional who will oversee all aspects of the University’s Advancement Program including: annual giving; major and principal gifts; planned giving; corporate and foundation relations; prospect research; advancement services; alumni relations; parent relations; and stewardship and constituency services. Working with the staff in University Advancement the successful candidate will be expected to develop and implement strategic initiatives to produce greater success in each of the areas mentioned above.

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To apply: Applications should consist of a substantive cover letter, a resume and a list of five professional references with full contact information. No references will be contacted without the explicit permission of the candidate. Applications, nominations and expressions of interest can be submitted electronically, and in confidence, to: DruryEVPUA@academicsearch.org.

The position is open until filled but only applications received by Monday, May 17, 2021, can be assured full consideration. The University is being assisted by Academic Search, Inc. Confidential discussions about this opportunity may be arranged by contacting consultants Ann Die Hasselmo at Ann.Hasselmo@academicsearch.org and Chris Butler at Chris.Butler@academicsearch.org


General Maintenance Technician 

Department: Facilities Operations
Supervisor: Associate Director - Facilities Operations
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, 40 hours/week

Description: Supports Facilities Services by performing various maintenance functions; such as HVAC, electrical, carpentry, plumbing and miscellaneous duties as assigned.  Performs routine and emergency situations with minimal supervision and follows established, standard practices

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Help Desk Coordinator

Department: Technology Services
Supervisor: Vice President of Technology Services
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Description: Coordinates Technology Help Desk operations and procedures.

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HVAC Technician

Department: Facilities Operations
Supervisor: Director of Facilities Operations
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, Monday - Friday

Description: Supports Facilities Services by maintaining the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems by activating gas valve and ignition switch, operates steam and hot water boilers, air handling units, reciprocating and absorption chillers.

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Instructional Assistant Coach - Wrestling

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Head Coach - Wrestling
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months

Description: Assist the head coach in teaching, advising and mentoring student-athletes in accordance with NCAA, conference and university rules and regulations while: 1) creating an atmosphere where graduation is facilitated through participation in intercollegiate athletics, 2) teaching student-athletes to be productive citizens who contribute to society for life, and 3) winning championships. The primary responsibility of the position is teaching effectively in practice and competition, with an emphasis on providing additional individual instruction to student-athletes in how to perform their sport. Secondary to that primary responsibility, the position also: 1) assists the head coach with recruiting, 2) promotes an atmosphere of compliance and student-athlete academic performance, 3) assists the head coach with scheduling and budget management, 4) assists with fundraising, 5) teaches life skills to student-athletes 6) assists the head coach with sport camps as desired, and 7) engages the university and local community by building relationships with constituent group members and by personal and team participation in community service activities in a manner that will increase co-curricular learning experiences for the student-athletes. The instructional assistant coach must have a philosophy that helps the head coach maintain a competitive Division II program that values the educational and personal well-being of its student-athletes while emphasizing the university and athletics department mission, vision, core values and culture.

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Lead Custodian  

Department: Facilities Operations
Supervisor: Assistant Director - Custodial Services
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, 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 (such as graduation), which may include carrying, unfolding and arranging chairs and tables and so forth.  Serves as a daily task oriented intermediary between the Assistant Director of Facilities Services in charge of custodial services and the line custodians.

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Regional Director of Admission

Department: Admission
Supervisor: Director of Admission
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, Monday - Friday; some evenings/weekends

Description:  Formulates and implements recruitment plans to enroll qualified students from a specific geographic territory to become part of the Drury University student body. Builds external relations with influential constituents (alumni, school officials, etc.) from designated territory. Participates with management in establishing short and long term objectives for the territory and the department. This position will live within the assigned territory and will be responsible for the establishment of a home office. The position will be responsible for recruitment of a regional territory which includes St. Louis and surrounding areas, including parts of Illinois.  This position may allow for remote work (preferably from the St. Louis area).

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Security Officer I

Department: Safety & Security
Supervisor: Director
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months

Description: Provides safety and protection to Drury University faculty, staff, students, and their property while on campus, and enforces federal, state, and local laws and university regulations such as parking policies, etcProvides safety and protection to Drury University faculty, staff, students, and their property while on campus, and enforces federal, state, and local laws and university regulations such as parking policies, etc

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TSC Instrument Specialist

Department: Chemistry/Physics
Supervisor: Chair Chemistry/Physic
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months

Description: The position maintains all instrumentation and equipment in TSC, monitors health and safety conditions appropriate to scientific laboratories, and protects the environment by managing hazardous wastes produced by the departments in the Trustee Science Center.

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