King Employment Opportunities

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  • Enrollment Management

    Description: An Enrollment Counselor is responsible for recruiting qualified applicants for admission to King University. The recruiter must represent King University to its constituents (students, parents, guidance and employers personnel, youth workers, pastors, employers, businesses, hospitals, etc.) in an assigned territory. Through personal on and off campus contacts, the representative will generate leads, present new information, and establish solid rapport with prospective students.
    Minimum Qualifications: • Experience: Minimum of 2 years of a proven successful experience in a very competitive sales environment. • Education: A bachelor’s degree is required. • Communication Skills: Exceptional written and verbal communication skills • Leadership Skills: Organizational ability, self-motivated and goal oriented. • Computer Skills: Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office. • Level of Independence: High level of ability to work independently and be able to properly prioritize the work to be done. • Physical Exertion Requirements: Medium Work as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. • Schedule Flexibility: Frequent weekend or evening work is required, including extensive travel. • Driving History: Must qualify to drive a University owned vehicle. • 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: • Meet yearly enrollment goals as stated by the Senior Administrator of Enrollment Management • Represent and articulate King University, as scheduled and as opportunities arise, to: o Prospective students and parents the admission process and policy, financial aid opportunities, academic programs and campus activities o Parents and student guests o School officials, both public and private, King University alumni, and, most importantly, with potential students and their parents o Home visits with potential students and their parents in the assigned territory o College and Career fairs and conventions in designated territory o Selected church functions and activities o Businesses, hospitals and community colleges • General recruiting duties, including, but not limited to: o Build rapport with potential students, parents, and church officials o Assist in the coordination, set-up, and implementation of all Campus Visitation Days and orientations, as assigned o Maintain up-to-date knowledge of campus activities, academic programs, and participate in campus events when possible o Maintain communications with appropriate faculty and staff regarding the progress of recruitment and regarding issues pertaining to specific departments o Evaluate all personal contacts made and think about strategies to improve recruitment o Assure that current King University literature and application materials reach all businesses and pertinent institutions as assigned • Maintain a maintenance history of the assigned University owned vehicle to be sure all servicing is done in a timely manner
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
    Travel: Yes
  • History

    Description: Part Time Adjunct-History
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Knoxville
  • Bible and Religion

    Description: The Philosophy and Religion Department seeks qualified applicants to teach as lecturers in the online format for the Religious Studies degree. Applicants should be qualified to teach King’s definitive course required for all students: RELG 1001 Foundations of Christian Thought and Practice. Applicants should be well-versed in Old and New Testament studies, church history, Christian theology, and critical methods.
    Minimum Qualifications: PhD is preferred though a qualified applicant with 18 hours or more on graduate level is encouraged to apply.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
  • Enrollment Management

    Description: The Lead Admissions Processor is responsible for managing all admissions documents and files for students from the point of application until enrollment or cancellation and operating as the key contact for cross department communication. The Admissions Processor provides assistance with many of the daily operations of the office, as well as provides exceptional customer service to prospective students via telephone, email and personal contact.
    Minimum Qualifications: • Education: An Associate’s degree is required. • Experience: Minimum of 2 years’ experience in office operations. • Communication Skills: Exceptional written and verbal communication skills • Leadership Skills: Organizational ability and proven ability to lead others; the ability to maintain confidentiality according to applicable laws. • Computer Skills: Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office and ability to learn other software. • 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: • Process and oversee all data entry, data management, and data integrity in Enrollment Management • Manage all admissions operations staff and student employees o Delegate daily duties and responsibilities o Coordinate schedules, and maintain student time cards o Hire and train new student employees as needed • Participate with Enrollment Management leadership and IT personnel regarding maintenance of the letter sequence and required changes and updates to the Application Portal and CAMS software • Provide exemplary customer service, including but not limited to: o Effectively communicate the University’s mission and vision to prospective students and families o Know all areas and personnel of the University to professionally respond to questions and situations • Work with IT department to manage effective use of database; including all reporting functions and data • Effectively manage and maintain student files and data entry into the Application Portal and CAMS, including but not limited to: o Enter all applications, transcripts, and other required documents o Create file folders and labels for each new applicant o Manage data entry of ACT and SAT test scores o Enter acceptances, deposits, scholarship upgrades and denials o Copy, file and distribute tuition reimbursement/company pay policy forms; forward to Business Office as required o Manage document tracking for applied, accepted and deposited students o Log student information in the applicants/deposits spreadsheet daily o Enter cancellations and deferrals o Process deposit refunds o Assist with processing of Dual Enrollment applications; copy and distribute files and application materials to the Registrar and Student Affairs offices o Maintain folder begun filing system o Process application fees and deposit checks, and forward to the Business Office • Correspondence with prospective students, including but not limited to: o Print prospect and applicant letters generated through CAMS o Missing documents letters o Ensure the accuracy and content of all mail sent to prospective students, and assist volunteers and students in the processing of mail. Maintain adequate funds for postage machine o During travel season, process travel letters and posters from admission reps’ travel databases
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • Physics

    Description: A Ph.D. in Physics is required. Candidates with strong teaching experience and interest are encouraged to apply. The position calls for the ability to teach the full range of undergraduate physics courses from a survey of astronomy course and General Physics to Introductory Quantum Mechanics. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in conducting research with undergraduates. King’s Burke Observatory has a 14-inch computer-controlled astronomical telescope with imaging cameras.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • Music

    Description: King University is accepting applications from qualified musicians for a position as part-time/adjunct faculty in the Music department in the College of Arts & Sciences.
    Minimum Qualifications: The ideal candidate will hold at least a master’s degree in music theory or a directly related field and showcase a strong record of professional practice. The candidate will demonstrate expertise in theory and composition and have strong performance skills (piano or strings preferred).
    Responsibilities: The B.A. in Music degree prepares students to enter graduate studies in music or the work place. The degree emphasizes a strong foundation in concepts of music theory and history that allows the graduate to make informed choices. Understanding both the technical and the conceptual processes of music is necessary for every graduate in music. The Music program features three viable specializations Music, Music Education-Vocal, and Music Education-Instrumental. The primary duties of this position will be to teach a range of music theory courses and perhaps assist in piano instruction on the Bristol campus.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
  • Enrollment Management

    Description: A Territory Manager/Enrollment Counselor is responsible for recruiting qualified applicants for admission to King University. The recruiter must represent King University to its constituents (students, parents, guidance and employers personnel, youth workers, pastors, employers, businesses, hospitals, etc.) in an assigned territory. Through personal on and off campus contacts, the manager/counselor will generate leads, present new information, and establish solid rapport with prospective students.
    Minimum Qualifications: • Experience: Minimum of 2 years of a proven successful experience in a very competitive sales environment. • Education: A bachelor’s degree is required. • Communication Skills: Exceptional written and verbal communication skills • Leadership Skills: Organizational ability, self-motivated and goal oriented. Must demonstrate creative and strategic thinking skills. • Computer Skills: Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office. • Level of Independence: High level of ability to work independently and be able to properly prioritize the work to be done. • Physical Exertion Requirements: Medium Work as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. • Schedule Flexibility: Frequent weekend or evening work is required, including extensive travel. • Driving History: Must qualify to drive a University owned vehicle. • 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: • Meet yearly enrollment goals as stated by the Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management • Represent and articulate King University, as scheduled and as opportunities arise, to: o Prospective students for the admission process and policy, financial aid opportunities, academic programs and campus activities o School officials, both public and private, King University alumni, and, most importantly, with potential students o Off site visits with potential students in the assigned territory o College and Career fairs and conventions in designated territory o Selected church functions and activities o Businesses, professional associations, non-profit groups, civic associations, chambers of commerce, hospitals and community colleges o Maintain up-to-date knowledge of admissions processes, campus activities, academic programs, community college relationships and participate in campus events when possible • General recruiting duties, including, but not limited to: o Work independently and maintain a territory office, including but not limited to reporting weekly activities to the Assistant Vice-President of Enrollment Management and Team Lead o Participate in on-campus and off-campus recruitment events as assigned o Build rapport with potential students and business and community partners o Assist in the coordination and implementation of information sessions, open houses, setups o Maintain up-to-date knowledge of campus activities, academic programs, and participate in campus events when possible o Maintain communications with appropriate faculty and staff regarding the progress of recruitment and regarding issues pertaining to specific departments o Evaluate all personal contacts made and think about strategies to improve recruitment o Assure that current King University literature and application materials reach all businesses and pertinent institutions as assigned
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Knoxville
    Travel: Yes
  • College of Arts and Sciences

    Description: King University is accepting applications from qualified musicians for the position of full-time Assistant Professor of Music in the College of Arts & Sciences.
    Minimum Qualifications: The ideal candidate will hold at least a master’s degree in Band and/or Instrumental Music Education. The candidate will demonstrate expertise in music education and have strong performance skills (brass and / or piano preferred).
    Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate preferred. Strong performance skills that would allow for piano or brass instruction are also preferred.
    Responsibilities: The B.A. in Music degree prepares students to enter graduate studies in music or the work place. The degree emphasizes a strong foundation in concepts of music theory and history that allows the graduate to make informed choices. Understanding both the technical and the conceptual processes of music is necessary for every graduate in music. The Music program features three viable specializations Music, Music Education-Vocal, and Music Education-Instrumental. The primary duties of this position will be to teach a range of music education courses and perhaps assist in applied music instruction on the Bristol campus.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • School of Education

    Description: King University invites applications for the position of Dean of the School of Education. The Dean is the chief administrator responsible for directing the operations of the School of Education, providing leadership, and maintaining the school’s standing in the educational community and in the state. The Dean maintains relationships with community agencies, local public schools, the Tennessee State Board of Education, and professional bodies including the Tennessee Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (TACTE) and the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The Dean of the School of Education reports directly to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. King University School of Education offers baccalaureate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate programs leading to initial teacher licensure. Licensure is available in elementary education (K-5), music education general/vocal (K-12), music education instrumental (K-12), physical education (K-12), secondary education (6-12) with majors in Biology, Chemistry, English, French, Geography with History, Government with History, History, Mathematics, Physics and Spanish. King University is accredited by the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Colleges, and all teacher education programs are approved by the TN State Board of Education. These programs are delivered in a variety of formats including on-ground and hybrid, day and evening programs.
    Minimum Qualifications: Only applicants with the Ph.D. or Ed.D. will be considered. Applicants must hold a current professional teaching license, have at least 5 years of public school experience and five years’ experience in teaching and/or administration at the college or university level. Significant experience in administration, compliance and accreditation, instruction, curriculum oversight, scholarship, and church and community service are expected.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
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