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Staff Job Openings

Academic Advisor

Accounts Payable Coordinator

Accounts Receivable Advisor (Day/Grad/Dual Credit)

Admission Counselor

Assistant Athletic Trainer 

Associate Athletics Director for Non-NCAA Sports

Athletics Facilities and Operations Coordinator

Boiler and Chiller Operator

Ceramics Lab Technician

Certification Officer/Assessment Coordinator

Custodian

Custodian - Part-Time

Custodian and Night Monitor - Part-Time (St. Robert)

Director of Faculty Support and Instructional Quality 

Director of Student Involvement

Enrollment and Academic Advising Specialist - Lamar/Carthage/Monett

Executive Officer Assistant - Enrollment Management 

General Accountant I

General Maintenance Technician

Groundskeeper

HVAC Technician

Instructional Assistant Coach - Baseball Part - Time (NCAA)

Instructional Assistant Coach - Bass Fishing (Non-NCAA)

Instructional Assistant Coach - Esports (Non-NCAA)

Instructional Assistant Coach - Shotgun Sports (Non-NCAA)

Instructional Assistant Coach - Softball

Instructional Head Coach Men's Ice Hockey (Non-NCAA)

Instructional Head Coach Men's Lacrosse (Non-NCAA)

Instructional Head Coach Men's Triathlon (Non-NCAA)

Instructional Head Coach Stunt (Non-NCAA)

Instructional Head Coach Women's Lacrosse (Non-NCAA)

Lead Custodian

Operations Coordinator

Security Officer I

Student Retention Specialist - CAMP

Web Developer


Academic Advisor

Department: Cox Compass Center
Supervisor: Director of Academic Advising
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday - Friday

Description: This position works closely with dedicated colleagues at the Robert and Mary Cox Compass Center in academic advising and related student success initiatives for a diverse Drury undergraduate student population. 

*Review of applications begins Friday, June 4, 2021. Please submit a cover letter and resume in order to receive consideration.*

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Accounts Payable Coordinator

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

Description: Collects and processes invoices for payment for vendors and travel reimbursements.

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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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Admission Counselor 

Department: Admission
Supervisor: Director of Admission
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, 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.  

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Associate Director for Non-NCAA Sports

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Vice President & Director of Athletics
Schedule: Regular, 12 month, Full time

Description: Responsible for oversight of all non-NCAA sports (i.e., club sports). More specifically, this position is responsible for the supervision of non-NCAA sport head coaches; coordination of prospective student-athlete recruitment and financial aid packaging for non-NCAA sport student-athletes with head coaches and the Enrollment Management Department to meet revenue goals; oversight of non-NCAA sport budgets; organization and implementation of non-NCAA sport home competitions/events in coordination with other athletics department staff; fulfillment of all athletics media relations duties for non-NCAA sports; oversight of compliance with applicable non-NCAA sport governing body rules; marketing and promotions of non-NCAA sport home competitions; coordination of ticket sales for non-NCAA sports, coordination of sponsorships and development activities for non-NCAA sports with other athletics department staff; and other duties as assigned by the Vice President and Director of Athletics.  May serve as the Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) if designated by the Vice President and Director of Athletics. May supervise other assigned staff.

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Assistant Athletic Trainer

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Head Athletic Trainer
Schedule: Regular, 10-month, Full time, Hours vary based on team schedule

Description: Responsible for the administration of injury/illness prevention, recognition, evaluation, management, treatment, disposition, and rehabilitation for student-athletes participating in the intercollegiate athletics program. Enforces health care policies and procedures regarding medical insurance, physical examinations, and related activities for student-athletes. Provides health care services specifically to designated sports and in general to all student-athletes.

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Athletics and Facilities Operations Coordinator

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs
Schedule: Regular, 12 month, Full time

Description: Assist the Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs with competition and event management and facility scheduling.  Coordinate the operation of the Barber Fitness Center.  Coordinate facility maintenance.  Coordinate pre-employment human resources-related activities associated with sports camps/clinics and assist with the annual athletics auction.  Coordinate concessions operations with a third-party partner or operate in-house.  May serve as the Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) if designated by the Vice President and Director of Athletics.  May serve as a sport administrator for assigned sports.  Supervise assigned staff (e.g., student employees).

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Boiler and Chiller Operator

Department: Facilities Services
Supervisor: Energy and HVAC Operations Manager
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday - Friday

Description:  Diagnosis, repairs, replaces, and installs all associated components for boilers and chillers. Performs maintenance and service repairs on refrigeration and heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems.

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Ceramics Lab Technician

Department: Fine and Performing Arts
Supervisor: Program Chair, Art and Art History Department
Schedule: Regular, 9-month, Part-time, Monday - Friday, 20 hours/week

Description: Provides oversight for ceramics studio as well as equipment maintenance.  Provide oversight for large format printers in computer lab.

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Certification Officer/Assessment Coordinator

Department: School of Education and Child Development
Supervisor: Dean, School of Education and Child Development
Schedule: Regular, 12-month, Full-time, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Description: Provides administrative support for the Director of the School of Education and Child Development and for faculty in the School of Education and Child Development.  Works with the Dean for compliance in managing data for the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for teacher certification, program reports, Annual Performance Reports and Educator Preparation Program reports.

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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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Custodian and Night Monitor – Part Time (St. Robert)

Department: Drury GO 
Supervisor: Assistant Director - Custodial Services
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, 12 months, 20 hours/week Monday - Thursday 5:30 p.m. -10:30 p.m.

Description: Supports the St. Robert remote campus by performing custodial duties in a routinely assigned area. Monitors security of physical property and secures premises at the end of the evening.  Provides security and assistance to students and staff.

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Director of Faculty Support and Instructional Quality

Department: Drury GO - Springfield
Supervisor: Associate Provost of Adult, Online, and Graduate Education
Schedule: Regular, 12 month, Full time, Monday - Friday

Description: Ensures instructional quality in CCPS and CGS is consistent with Drury University’s standards for teaching-learning excellence. Recruits part-time faculty (adjuncts) and coordinates approvals. Provides orientation and contributes to the planning of professional development activities. Conducts on-site evaluations of instructors/adjuncts (travel to satellite campus locations required). Collaborates with Director of Academic and Student Affairs and Director of Online Education to create course schedules and secure course instructors. Ensures instructors/adjuncts are adopting best practices for instruction and adhering to university requirements (i.e., requests from Registrar’s Office, syllabi development, adoption of texts, adherence to student learning outcomes, and LMS use). Manages assessment processes for CCPS programs (and CGS, when appropriate).

Please submit a cover letter and resume in order to receive consideration.

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Director of Student Involvement

Department: Student Affairs
Supervisor: Associate Dean of Students for Student Success
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months

Description:  Develops and implements activities and services which supplement the academic program of the University and encourage student involvement and participation.

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Enrollment & Academic Advising Specialist – Lamar/Carthage/Monett

Department: Drury GO - Monett
Supervisor: Branch Site Director 
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, Monday - Friday

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, and site directors). Provides academic advising and registration assistance for all new and continuing students.

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Executive Officer Assitant - Enrollment Management

Department: Enrollment Management
Supervisor: Executive Vice President for Enrollment Management
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Description: Assists the Executive Vice President and the offices of Admission and Financial Aid in the work of the university, and is responsible for the overall flow of office operations.

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General Accountant I 

Department: Financial Services
Supervisor: University Controller 
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Description: Responsible for maintaining university General Ledger and operating budget within the Operating Budget Module.  Has a key role in eliminating errors in the accounting records. Has a key role in making certain that all General Ledger activity is accurate and in accordance with GAAP.

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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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Groundskeeper

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

Description: Supports Facilities Services by maintaining the landscape of university property which includes mowing, trimming, pruning, shrub and tree removal and planting, trash removal, water irrigation and so forth.

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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 – Baseball (NCAA Sport)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Head Coach - Baseball
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, 9-month, 20-25 hours/week

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.

*Hiring for August start date*

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Instructional Assistant Coach – Bass Fishing (Non-NCAA Sport)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Head Coach - Bass Fishing
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, 9-month, 20 hours/week

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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Instructional Assistant Coach – Esports (Non-NCAA Sport)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Head Coach - Esports
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, 9-month, 20 hours/week

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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Instructional Assistant Coach – Shotgun Sports (NCAA Sport)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Head Coach - Shotgun Sports
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, 9-month, 20-25 hours/week

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.

*Hiring for August start date*

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Instructional Assistant Coach – Softball (NCAA Sport)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Head Coach - Softball
Schedule: Regular, Part-time, 9-month, 20-25 hours/week

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.

*Hiring for August start date*

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Instructional Head Coach – Men's Ice Hockey (Non-NCAA)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Vice President & Director of Athletics (or designee)
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12-month

Description: Responsible for teaching, coaching, advising and mentoring student-athletes on the team; administer all aspects of the sport 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, responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  1) energetic and engaged recruiting, 2) promoting an atmosphere of compliance and student-athlete academic performance, 3) working with the sport administrator on scheduling and budget management, 4) assisting with 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 instructional head 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.  Supervise staff if applicable. Conduct sport camps as desired.

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Instructional Head Coach – Men's Lacrosse (Non-NCAA)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Vice President & Director of Athletics (or designee)
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12-month

Description: Responsible for teaching, coaching, advising and mentoring student-athletes on the team; administer all aspects of the sport 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, responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  1) energetic and engaged recruiting, 2) promoting an atmosphere of compliance and student-athlete academic performance, 3) working with the sport administrator on scheduling and budget management, 4) assisting with 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 instructional head 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.  Supervise staff if applicable. Conduct sport camps as desired.

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Instructional Head Coach – Men's Triathlon (Non-NCAA)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Vice President & Director of Athletics (or designee)
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12-month

Description: Responsible for teaching, coaching, advising and mentoring student-athletes on the team; administer all aspects of the sport 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, responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  1) energetic and engaged recruiting, 2) promoting an atmosphere of compliance and student-athlete academic performance, 3) working with the sport administrator on scheduling and budget management, 4) assisting with 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 instructional head 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.  Supervise staff if applicable. Conduct sport camps as desired.

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Instructional Head Coach – Stunt (Non-NCAA)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Vice President & Director of Athletics (or designee)
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12-month

Description: Responsible for teaching, coaching, advising and mentoring student-athletes on the team; administer all aspects of the sport 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, responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  1) energetic and engaged recruiting, 2) promoting an atmosphere of compliance and student-athlete academic performance, 3) working with the sport administrator on scheduling and budget management, 4) assisting with 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 instructional head 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.  Supervise staff if applicable. Conduct sport camps as desired.

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Instructional Head Coach – Women's Lacrosse (Non-NCAA)

Department: Athletics
Supervisor: Vice President & Director of Athletics (or designee)
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12-month

Description: Responsible for teaching, coaching, advising and mentoring student-athletes on the team; administer all aspects of the sport 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, responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  1) energetic and engaged recruiting, 2) promoting an atmosphere of compliance and student-athlete academic performance, 3) working with the sport administrator on scheduling and budget management, 4) assisting with 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 instructional head 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.  Supervise staff if applicable. Conduct sport camps as desired.

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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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Operations 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 Services purchasing, inventory and software licensing. Provides support for all projects in Technology Services.

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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, etc.

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Student Retention Specialist - CAMP (Monett Campus)

Department: Drury GO Monett
Supervisor: CAMP Director, Monett
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, Monday - Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Description: Provides academic support, as well as coordinates resources for students and families participating in the CAMP Program.  This position is responsible for coordinating student testing, mentoring, and tutoring services.  Responsible for collecting data on both students and families and supporting the overall initiatives of the CAMP program.

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Web Developer

Department: Marketing & Communications
Supervisor: Director of Digital Communications
Schedule: Regular, Full-time, 12 months, 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 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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