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Positions Currently Available:

Full-Time Residence Hall Coordinator

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

The Full-Time Residence Hall Coordinator is a live-in, 12 month position providing shared supervision, guidance, and care to the student residents, student staff, and managing the operations of the college’s residential housing in partnership with another Hall Coordinator & both reporting to the Sr. Director of Student Affairs. The Residence Hall Coordinator will be a part of the professional on-call rotation.

  • Provide appropriate response to student concerns and behaviors including crisis situations, behavioral concerns, and student conflicts
  • Advise, confer, and offer appropriate referrals for students who exhibit academic and personal concerns.
  • Provide leadership, direct supervision, and evaluation of Community Advisors (CAs). Plan and provide training for CAs both at the start of the semester and ongoing.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of student development theory and/or leadership development.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to social justice, diversity & inclusion as they apply to Housing & Residence Life and beyond.
  • Primary conduct officer for residents and participation in the overall judicial affairs process as requested.
  • Develop nurturing residential community for creative music students.
  • Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including evenings & weekends.
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings, strategic planning, and be an active member of both Housing & Residence Life and the Office of Student Affairs.
  • Maintain the McNally Smith Residence Hall facilities – furniture, maintenance, updates, signage, safety & security, general upkeep, etc.
  • Assist with tours and open houses as needed.
  • Responsible to share on-call weeknights & weekends with the other Hall Coordinator.
  • Oversee events and social functions.
  • Compile records of student staff activities, resident interactions, and other tracking metrics as available.
  • Maintain all student residential records, including updating rosters
  • Oversee sorting & distribution of mail to residents.
  • Serve as a Title lX Deputy (training provided, when available)
  • Participate in the residence life budget and work with supervisor on expenses and yearly budget forecasting.
  • Work with Admissions Dept., in a team effort, to actively promote the college to prospective students via conversations, meetings, and tours.
  • Other duties as assigned.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree required; Graduate degree or in progress, preferred.
  • 1-2 years, prior residence assistant experience desired.
  • Ability to communicate well and build relationships with college music students.
  • Strong leadership and personal skills needed.
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written. Accurate report writing is critical to the job.
  • Commitment to the enhancement of the intellectual, cultural, social, moral, and creative development of students.
  • Conflict resolution skills.
  • Commitment to the enhancement of student residents.
  • Must be even-tempered and able to deal with both crisis and disciplinary situations.
  • First Aid & CPR certification – desired.

Application Deadline:

  • Applications will be accepted through Friday, May 27

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Adjunct World Music Instructor

McNally Smith seeks a qualified adjunct instructor to teach world music courses. Specialties in Latin American and African musics preferred.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Teach a lower division course in world music
  • Candidate should enjoy relating to creative artists

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 3+ years of college level teaching experience preferred
  • Performance and scholarly experience in non-Western music
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Availability for instruction during daytime or evening hours
  • Positive attitude

EDUCATION:

  • Master’s or doctorate degree in ethnomusicology or related field

Application Deadline:

  • Applications will be accepted through Thursday, June 30

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Adjunct Theater and Communications Instructor

McNally Smith seeks a qualified adjunct instructor to teach a course in presentation, performance, and communications. This course builds interpersonal communication, stage presence, improvisation, and presentation skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Teach a lower division course in presentation, performance, and communications
  • Candidate should enjoy relating to creative artists

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 3+ years of college level teaching experience preferred
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Availability for instruction during daytime or evening hours
  • Positive attitude

EDUCATION:

  • Master’s or doctorate degree in theater, speech and communications or related field

Application Deadline:

  • Applications will be accepted through Thursday, June 30

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Adjunct Natural Science Instructor

McNally Smith currently offers general education natural science courses in anatomy/physiology, acoustics, and human evolution. We would like to expand the science offerings beyond these three fields. Applicants should propose natural science topics they are qualified for and capable of teaching.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Teach a lower division course in natural sciences (non-lab)
  • Candidate should enjoy relating to creative artists within the context of a scientific course

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 3+ years of college level teaching experience
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Availability for instruction during daytime or evening hours
  • Positive attitude

EDUCATION:

  • Master’s or doctorate degree in related field

Application Deadline:

  • Applications will be accepted through Thursday, June 30

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Part-time Culinary Position – Perfect 2nd Job!

McNally Smith College of Music is looking for a part time line/prep cook for our on-campus retail kitchen. We are a dynamic work environment serving our residential and commuter students, campus staff and faculty. We offer schedule flexibility with afternoon, evening and weekend hours & lots of music!

The academic year schedule provides a quality of life balance; with most holidays, semester breaks & summers off.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • At least 2 years of line cooking experience
  • Proficiency and experience in food preparation; sauté, grill and batch
  • Skills in inventory & receiving
  • Safety and sanitation

COMPENSATION:

Part time [up to 29 hrs/wk], competitive hourly with benefits package, paid holidays and PTO

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