OFFICE HOURS

Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

LOCATION

Hunter Building, Room 103

CONTACT INFORMATION

Office of Human Resources

1315 Oakwood Avenue
Hunter Building, Room 103
Raleigh, NC 27610
OfficeofHumanResources@st-aug.edu
919.516.4199

LEADERSHIP

Norma Smith

Director of Human Resources
npsmith@st-aug.edu
919.516.4203

Faculty Employment Opportunities

Position Vacancy (Multiple Positions)

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) is currently seeking experienced part-time associate faculty to teach in its upcoming online summer school (all areas) and undergraduate program in Organizational Management. We expect our online associate faculty members to be supportive, engaged professionals who are committed to providing high-quality facilitation and instruction. They will also support students by creating and sustaining a collaborative academic environment where students are encouraged to achieve their educational goals.

Essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:

  • Oversee instruction of course material and online instruction using our learning management system (Blackboard)
  • Provide a high level of student outreach and engagement through frequent feedback and maintaining an active presence in the online class
  • Provide substantial student feedback and offer a quick turnaround on grades and responses to student contacts

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A master’s degree from an institution accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, with a minimum of 18 credit hours in one of the subject areas noted below
  • At least three years’ professional/teaching experience within the subject area required
  • Experience providing online instruction using Blackboard or other learning management systems

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Earned doctorate degree strongly preferred

Subject Areas:

  • Business Administration
  • Accounting
  • Criminal Justice
  • Information Technology
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Other general education related fields

About SAU:

SAU was established in 1867 in Raleigh, NC by the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. A four-year liberal arts university with an average enrollment of approximately 1,000, SAU sits on 105 lush acres just north of Downtown Raleigh, North Carolina.

The institution offers more than 20 undergraduate degree programs and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

The university is in the process of establishing online undergraduate and graduate programs. This is an exciting time to join an historic and growing university!

Application Process:

These positions will remain open until filled. Send the following application materials via e-mail to officeoftheprovost@st-aug.edu.

1. Cover Letter

2. Resume

3. Unofficial Transcripts (if hired an official transcript will be required)

Saint Augustine’s University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

Staff Employment Opportunities

Director of Choral Activities

Position Overview:

Seeking a leader who can provide visionary and strong leadership. The Director of Choral Activities is a vital part of the Music Program and the university culture. The position is a full-time teaching position with choral conducting (Chamber Singers) as a primary focus and reports to the Program Coordinator. Specific activities are determined by university’s needs in collaboration with the coordinator, chairperson, and other university stakeholders. Additional duties include developing other appropriate choral ensembles, recruiting, developing community, alumni, and professional relationships, budget management, and marketing/promotions. Some weekend availability is required.

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU), drawing on its rich legacy as an access institution, is a student-focused, comprehensive educational institution that produces outstanding graduates prepared for personal and professional success. SAU was established in 1867 in Raleigh, NC by the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. A four-year liberal arts university with an average enrollment of approximately 1,000, SAU sits on 105 lush acres just north of Downtown Raleigh, NC. The institution offers more than 20 undergraduate degree programs and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and direct all choral/vocal performances reflecting the name/brand of the university on and off the campus with specific focus and responsibility for the Chamber Singers.
  • Conduct and plan campus performances to include, but not limited to convocations, commencement, lyceum programs, monthly Chapel Services, special events and the annual spring concert.
  • Teach appropriate courses based on background and area of expertise.
  • Coordinate recruiting, retention, and fundraising activities as appropriate.
  • Maintain and demonstrate fiscal responsibility as it pertains to the choral and/or university budget.
  • Enhance the quality of teaching and advising; enrich community service and outreach activities.

Qualifications:

Candidate must have at minimum a Master’s Degree in music with a choral/vocal concentration from an accredited residential institution and three years of successful choral conducting/vocal teaching experience in a culturally diverse environment. Additionally, the experience of the successful candidate should reflect the following:

  • A familiarity with standard repertoire for collegiate choral ensembles including African American works
  • An established network to facilitate student recruitment and targeted fundraising
  • Evidence of effective and efficient planning, organizational skills, leadership, as well as excellent and communication skills (oral and written).
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and other university stakeholders.

Application Process:

The position will remain open until July 24, 2020. No phone calls please. Send the following application materials via e-mail to Harold L. Jeffreys at HLJeffreys@st-aug.edu.

1. Cover Letter.

2. Curriculum vitae and performance credits.

3. Three references with contact information.

Saint Augustine’s University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

SAU Educational Talent Search TRIO Program Coordinator

Job Summary:

Educational Talent Search (ETS) is a federally funded TRIO program that serves first-generation, low-income and disabled students. All services provided to ETS participants are incorporated into approved program objectives that meet secondary school completion and postsecondary school entry goals. The ETS Program Coordinator will plan, coordinate, and implement the ETS Program and its’ initiatives which will include workshops, seminars, and training sessions. In addition, the Program Coordinator will serve as the assistant for the TRIO Program and is responsible for assisting the ETS/UB/UBMS staff with carrying out their duties and the program objectives. The Coordinator oversees and coordinates the daily flow functions and ensures that the program objectives are met. The ETS Program Coordinator will report to the TRIO Director and the Assistant Director.

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU), drawing on its rich legacy as an access institution, is a student-focused, comprehensive educational institution that produces outstanding graduates prepared for personal and professional success. SAU was established in 1867 in Raleigh, NC by the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. A four-year liberal arts university with an average enrollment of approximately 1,000, SAU sits on 105 acres just north of Downtown Raleigh, NC.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Provide year-round on-site coordination and leadership of the TRIO ETS program initiatives to assigned target schools and participants.
  • Assist in designing programmatic development for ETS
  • Identifying and recruiting low-income, first generation students, or students who have academic need for services in grades 6-12.
  • Assist with and maintain a caseload of ETS participants.
  • Meeting with Assistant Director and Director as needed to track progress.
  • Meet with target school administration ref. ETS.
  • Periodically visit target area schools.
  • Conducting home visits as needed in ref. to gathering needed materials or to advise participants and families on ETS/TRIO information.
  • Giving verbal and /or visual presentations on ETS/TRIO.
  • Arranging and conducting college, cultural, and business tours per academic year for participant exposure.
  • Rendering academic and personal advisement to all participants.
  • Arranging tutorial assistance for participants.
  • Assist with maintaining and updating paperwork and manuals for ETS.
  • Assist Assistant Director, Computer Technician, and Administrative Assistant with compiling and completing the US Dept. of ED’s Annual Performance Report.
  • Assist all Advisors with programmatic issues or concerns.
  • Arrange workshops for participants and parents, including but not limited to career, vocational, personal development, study skills, decision making, SAT/ACT, financial aid, test taking, course selection, and admissions seminars.
  • Developing two workshops per year (one per semester).
  • Adopting two outside agencies (one no later than November, the second, no later than February) within assigned target area per grant year.
  • Making individual referrals to educational institutions, and other similar educational programs.
  • Maintain accurate and detailed student records
  • Receiving participant’s grades per reporting period.
  • Performing all graduate surveys by August 31st of each grant year.
  • Travel approximately 25% of the time, which will involve nights and weekends as necessary.
  • Delivering documented services to computer technician weekly for data input; and other duties as assigned by the Director.

Required Skills and Abilities:

  • Frequent need for oral, written, and auditory communication.
  • Must be willing to travel geographically within the designated target area on a regular basis, valid North Carolina Driver’s License.
  • Ability to work in fast paced and/or sometimes stressful situations.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree: Master’s degree preferred in Education, Counseling or related field and comparable proven experience working with low income, first generation, traditionally underrepresented and/or disabled students.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Prior experience with ETS and/or other TRIO programs.
  • Experience in a higher education setting, providing advising services or counseling to students who are educationally, economically and otherwise disadvantaged.

Physical Requirements:

  • Limited pushing, pulling, lifting. Lifting would not exceed 20 lbs.
  • Ability to stand and sit for long periods of time.
  • Frequent repetitive hand and wrist motions.

Application Process:

The position will remain open until July 20, 2020. No phone calls please. Send the following application materials via e-mail to Antonio Stephens at astephens@st-aug.edu.

1. Cover Letter

2. Resume

3. Three references with contact information

Saint Augustine’s University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

Perform a variety of police duties. Responsible for enforcing all law, rules, and regulations of the University and state to ensure campus security and public safety. May work under stressful, high-risk conditions. Patrols the campus on foot or by vehicle to prevent crime and unsafe activity. Performs preliminary investigations of incidents and any criminal activity that occur, detains suspects and makes arrest as appropriate.

Collaborate and coordinate with outside law enforcement agencies with regard to criminal activity and assists outside law enforcement agencies as needed. May serve as witness and provide evidence in court as required. Respond to individuals needing assistance in emergency situations. Assists motorists with a variety of services such as unlocking cars. Respond to sick or injured persons and render first-aid as needed.

Enforces campus traffic and parking regulations. Issues traffic warnings and citations to violators as appropriate. Assist University staff and faculty in unlocking classrooms and work areas as needed. May secure all doors and assists with opening and closing buildings for special activities. Provide information about Saint Augustine’s College to students, staff and the general public. Provide escort service when money is being transported, and for students, faculty and staff upon request.

Prepares and submits a variety of documents and reports that may include daily activity log, incident report, criminal offense report, weekend logs, etc. Operates police equipment and utilizes technology such as computers, handgun, etc. Provide security for special College events. Assist in the training of new public safety officers. Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Must have at least a High School diploma or GED and one-year security-related experience.
  • Must meet all requirements of the North Carolina Law Enforcement Standards Commission in areas such as physical requirements, educational requirements, and skills requirements.
  • Must have a valid NC driver’s license.
  • Must be physically able to operate a motor vehicle as well as a variety of types of office and other equipment including computers, two-way radio, firearms, etc.
  • Must be physically able to exert up to fifty pounds of force occasionally and/or frequently to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects. Physical demands are in excess of sedentary work; position requires seizing, holding, grasping, etc. and involves walking, standing, reaching, stooping, crouching, etc. for brief periods of time.
  • Must be able to physically defend one’s self from attack or assault.
  • Must be able to lift and/or carry weights of approximately one hundred pounds.
  • Must be able to lift a human body if the need arises.

Shift work and weekends may be required. Salary commensurate with experience and education background based on State Mandated Minimums. Open until filled.