King Employment Opportunities

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  • Student Services

    Description: The Student Success Specialist will work with students to encourage achievement, monitor academic success, increase motivation, and assess student’s ability to persist to the next semester/academic year; foster conversation on such topics as study habits, course registration, major selection, and campus involvement; and will direct students to appropriate university resources to help ensure their success. This is an hourly, entry-level position with occasional weekend or evening work expected
    Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree is required. Candidates should have exceptional written and verbal communication skills; technological proficiency, to include Microsoft Office as well as familiarity with texting and social media; and the ability to work independently and handle a complex and varied caseload. Experience in higher education setting preferred.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • Registrar

    Description: The Transfer Credit Specialist performs specialized daily evaluations in providing admissions counselors/academic advisors and students with accurate and current information regarding the use of courses taken at other colleges and universities for the program of study the student is pursuing at the University. The Transfer Credit Specialist will create efficiencies and maintain consistency in processes. This position creates and completes transfer credit evaluations for students and may partner with academic departments for non-traditional credit review. The Transfer Credit Specialist serves as the main point of contact for students with their transfer credit and Prior Learning Assessment questions and needs. The Transfer Credit Specialist ensures that all contingency requirements are completed through outreach with the student and working in conjunction with the faculty and student advisors.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
  • Academic Affairs

    Description: The Operations Coordinator for Academic Affairs assists the members of the department in key processes and projects, and supports the mission of King University by demonstrating responsibility of tasks and initiatives related to faculty contract generation and approval, reporting of faculty loads and instructional expenses, as well as duties related to accreditation, institutional effectiveness, and institutional research. The Operations Coordinator is a full-time position and reports to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Accreditation and Compliance.
    Minimum Qualifications: • Experience: A minimum of five years’ experience in general office and/or administrative work with experience in an academic institution preferred. • Education: An Associate’s degree is required. • Communication Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Leadership Skills: Excellent organizational skills, must be able to work on several projects simultaneously and enjoy a fast-paced, intellectually challenging environment; Must possess strong relational skills and able to maintain confidentiality. • Computer Skills: Highly proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office and a variety of computer software programs; must be a skilled typist. • Level of independence: High level of ability to work independently and be able to properly prioritize the work to be done. • Physical Exertion requirements: Light work as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics • Driving History: Driving a University vehicle is not a requirement of this position, but submission of driving data is required. • Procedures commitment: The candidate must adhere to any and all King University policies as detailed for all employees in the Employee Handbook or specifically per any department, such as Admissions, Business Office, Financial Aid, etc.; • Christian Commitment: The candidate must have and be able to articulate a personal faith in the Lordship of Jesus Christ and support the mission of King University.
    Responsibilities: • Oversee the coordination of faculty contract processes and operations including but not limited to: o Maintain faculty load data in the contract generation system o Monitor faculty assignments to courses to identify unstaffed courses o Monitor and control course sections for optimization of resources including faculty teaching capacity o Coordinate the cancellation or re-designation of courses (such as changing a course to a directed study format) o Review/approve full-time overload and part-time faculty contracts in collaboration with the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Accreditation and Compliance o Assist payroll staff in ensuring the accuracy of compensation as determined by faculty contracts o Identify problems and constraints in the contract generation system and related processes and resolve them in a timely manner o Coordinate and lead course review meetings to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of course offering to meet student demand and judicious use of faculty resources • Maintain faculty information, including information regarding qualifications and credentials, in CAMS and the portal system and assist University personnel with faculty information for accreditation, compliance, and internal reporting (including but not limited to SACSCOC, specialized accreditation, state authorization, etc.) • Assist the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Accreditation and Compliance in monitoring and reviewing faculty ratios/loads and percentages of terminal degrees (in accordance to SACSCOC Core Requirement 2.8 and Comprehensive Standard 3.5.4 and relevant state and federal laws) • Provide regular and ad-hoc reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Accreditation and Compliance including but not limited to reports regarding course offerings, instructional expenses, and faculty loads/ratios • Build and maintain strong relationships with academic and school deans, program coordinators, faculty, as well as representatives of major functional areas including but not limited to enrollment management, student success, information technology, and the registrar’s office • Provide direct support to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Accreditation and Compliance in the completion of tasks and projects related to accreditation and compliance • Provide direct support to the Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness in the completion of tasks and projects related to accreditation, assessment, and institutional research • Provide direct support in accreditation efforts related to SACSCOC and specialized accreditation including the preparation of reaffirmation reports, substantive change prospectuses, etc. • Cross-train and provide support to other functional areas in Academic Affairs such as the Office of Registration and Records, The Learning Commons, etc. • Supervise student workers assigned to the areas of institutional effectiveness and institutional research
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • ATH - Men's Wrestling

    Description: King University is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Men’s Wrestling Coach. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the Head Wrestling Coach with all aspects of the King Men’s Wrestling program.
    Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. Candidates should possess a thorough knowledge of the sport of wrestling, a sophisticated understanding of coaching strategies, and a demonstrated ability to enhance student athlete development.
    Preferred Qualifications: Master’s Degree. Experience as a student athlete at the collegiate level. Demonstrated ability and success in identifying and recruiting student athletes at a private, residential institution.
    Responsibilities: Supervise all activities related to the student athletes; provide professional mentoring to student-athletes; establish the team's competition and practice schedules; Recruit student/athletes that meet King University Admission guidelines to achieve roster goals and field a competitive team; Provide academic, personal, and professional mentoring to student-athletes; Comply with all NCAA rules and regulations;
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Travel: Yes
  • Athletics

    Description: King University is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Acrobatics & Tumbling/Assistant Cheerleading Coach. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the Head Acrobatics & Tumbling and Cheerleading Coaches with all aspects of the each program.
    Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. Candidates should possess a thorough knowledge of collegiate acrobatics & tumbling, a sophisticated understanding of coaching strategies, and a demonstrated ability to enhance student athlete development.
    Responsibilities: Supervise all activities related to the student athletes; provide professional mentoring to student-athletes; establish the team's competition and practice schedules; Recruit student/athletes that meet King University Admission guidelines to achieve roster goals and field a competitive team; Provide academic, personal, and professional mentoring to student-athletes; Comply with all NCAA and NCATA rules and regulations
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • Education

    Description: King University seeks a Coordinator of IRB (Institutional Review Board) to supervise and coordinate the processes for reviewing university research proposals dealing with human subjects. The Coordinator will work with and serve as chair of the faculty committee appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs to: ensure research compliance with all federal, disciplinary, and other institutional guidelines; plan and conduct meetings of the IRB (at least monthly); maintain thorough documentation of research proposal submissions and committee decisions; establish and communicate processes (or improvement of processes) for research proposals; ensure proper protocols are followed in human subject participation, consent, and confidentiality
    Minimum Qualifications: The ideal candidate will use discretion and professionalism in communicating details of King University IRB operations to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and security of all personal and financial project information. He or she will possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, highly effective organizational skills, and demonstrated computer efficiency. Previous teaching at the college level and higher educational administrative experience is preferred.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
  • Nursing

    Description: The Administrative Assistant II – Bristol Campus is responsible to the Dean of the School of Nursing as well as provides assistance to the science department faculty from the School of Arts & Sciences via direct assistance the Administrative Assistant I – Bristol Campus.
    Minimum Qualifications: • Education: An Associate bachelor’s degree is required and knowledge of medical terms is desirable. • Experience: Minimum of 4 years experience with administrative secretarial duties. • Communication Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Leadership Skills: Good organizational skills, Excellent people skills; Team player; and Self-motivated. • Computer Skills: Highly proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office and Internet research. • Level of Independence: High level of ability to work independently and be able to properly prioritize the work to be done. • Physical Exertion Requirements: Light Work as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. • Schedule Flexibility: Occasional weekend or evening work is required. • Driving History: Driving a University vehicle is not a requirement of this position, but submission of driving data is required. • Procedures Commitment: The candidate must adhere to any and all King University policies as detailed for all employees in the Employee Handbook or specifically per any department, such as Admissions, Business Office, Financial Aid, etc. • Christian Commitment: The candidate must have and be able to articulate a personal faith in the Lordship of Jesus Christ and support the mission of King University.
    Responsibilities: • Assist the Administrative Assistant I in the fulfillment of all the duties as listed below • Prepare and maintain any manner of documents or documentation including but not limited to: o Course materials and accreditation reports o Letters and preparing mailings for prospective students or members of the nursing community o Database of Nursing School’s students and alumni via CAMS o Database of clinical site who contract with the School o Contracts between the School of Nursing and individual clinical sites o Nursing school’s records, student records, reports, and statistical surveys o Coordinating all Nursing texts through the King University Bookstore for the Internet bookstore vendor • Liaison with appropriate King University personnel, students and or vendors including but not limited to the following: o Orientation of start-up of each RN to BSN nursing cohort and before subsequent semesters for the individual cohorts o Communicate with individuals in the nursing community and the Wellmont/King University School of Nursing – Kingsport Campus via phone, email, fax or written letters o Communications Department in the design of printed materials for the School of Nursing • Provide guidance and direction for school’s student employees • Serve as Nursing School and Science Department’s receptionist with duties including but not limited to: o Manage incoming calls, phones, fax, and copy machine o Coordinate requests for reservations within White Hall for classrooms, meeting rooms, portable projectors, and the School of Nursing TV/VCR
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • School of Applied Science and Technology

    Description: King University is accepting applications for the position of full-time, non-tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor of Information Technology to begin August 2017. The successful candidate will be able to teach courses in a variety of content areas including: database administration, networking, programming (Java/JavaScript) and cybersecurity. Preference will be given to candidates qualified to teach in more than one content area.
    Minimum Qualifications: Applicants should hold a Master's in Information Technology, Computer Systems Management, Computer Science or related field or a Master's with 18 hours in Information Technology, Computer Systems Management, Computer Science or related field.
    Preferred Qualifications: PhD, DBA, DM in Information Technology, Computer Systems Management, Computer Science or related field. Industry certifications (Microsoft, Cisco, etc.) are highly desirable.
    Responsibilities: Candidates will teach 6 courses (24 semester hours) during the academic year and are expected to teach in both online and face-to-face platforms. Occasional travel to each of the campus locations (Bristol/Knoxville) may be required.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
  • ATH - Men's Cycling

    Description: King University is accepting applications for the position of Part-Time Assistant Cycling Coach. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the Head Cycling Coach with all aspects of the program.
    Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. Candidates should possess a thorough knowledge of cycling and a demonstrated ability to enhance student athlete development.
    Preferred Qualifications: Master’s Degree. Experience as a student athlete at the collegiate level. Demonstrated ability and success in identifying and recruiting student athletes at a private, residential institution.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
    Travel: Yes
  • Photography

    Description: King University is accepting applications for part-time/adjunct faculty to teach the Photographic Foundations course in the Digital Media Art & Design program at the Knoxville campus. This is an introductory course that uses a combination of lectures, demonstrations, assignments, and critiques, to teach students to see photographically through an exploration of the basic tools, techniques, and aesthetics of digital photography, with an emphasis on the creative use of camera controls, exposure, digital imaging software, and basic output techniques. Candidates must be fluent in Macintosh OS and relevant industry software including Adobe CC and should demonstrate strong communication skills. The Digital Media Art & Design (DMAD) program at King University prepares students to enter the quickly expanding field of digital media. The degree focuses specifically on how visual media such as digital photography, videography, and graphic design are used to promote ideas in the contemporary world of visual language and media communication. Understanding both the technical and conceptual processes to produce captivating and affective imagery allows students to enter the job market through a variety of positions according to the strengths of the individual. The faculty is dedicated to teaching students to create compelling imagery through critical thinking, individuality, and objective analysis.
    Minimum Qualifications: To teach in our bachelor level programs a terminal degree in a related field or a master’s degree with at least 18 hours in the designated discipline is required. Some programs may require applicants to possess specialized licensure or coursework to be considered. Candidates being considered for the position may be requested to submit a portfolio of personal work and/or a portfolio of student work.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Knoxville
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