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  • Faculty and Staff Positions

    As Lee University continues to grow and expand, we are always looking for talented and qualified persons to help fill our ranks. New faculty positions are always opening as our various academic departments expand and grow to fill the educational needs of our students. With our increase in student population, the work load for our administrative and support staff is ever increasing. We are always looking for forward thinking individuals to come in and make this the best university possible. Lee University is currently looking for qualified persons to fill the positions listed below.

    Faculty Positions

    Lee University seeks to employ outstanding Christian professionals who share the vision of preparing young men and women for Christian living in the 21st Century. All faculty positions are tenure-track appointments, and candidates must be committed Christians.
    Applicants should submit a letter of application, vitae, three letters of reference and student evaluations (if applicable) to the designated chairperson prior to March 15. Each department chairperson's email address is listed for more information.
    Applications are invited for the faculty positions listed above. Select the position for more details.

    Assistant Professor of Piano (Pedagogy / Collaborative Piano)

    Description:
    The Lee University School of Music invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in the Department of Musicianship Studies. We seek a teaching performer who is committed to liberal arts education in a Christian environment.

    An earned doctorate in music with a specialization is piano pedagogy or collaborative piano is preferred. Priority will be given to applicants with advanced training and teaching experience in music history. In addition to performing and teaching, the position includes administrative responsibilities in secondary and collaborative piano.

    Lee University is a Christian liberal arts institution with approximately 4,900 students. The School of Music, a fully accredited member of NASM, serves some 300 majors. For more information, visitwww.music.leeuniversity.edu.

    Deadline for applications is December 1, 2013

    Status:
    Full-time, tenure track

    Contact Procedure:
    Applicants should be committed Christians who are in philosophical agreement with the mission of a Christian liberal arts university.

    A current curriculum vita, three letters of recommendation, a sample of recent, scholarly work or performances, and a statement of personal faith, should be sent via email to Dr. Phillip Thomas (pthomas@leeuniversity.edu) Chair, Department of Musicianship Studies, Lee University, PO Box 3450 Cleveland, TN 37312-3450.

    Contact: Dr. Phillip Thomas pthomas@leeuniversity.edu 423-614-8264

    Start Date: August 1, 2014

    Number of Positions: 1

    Assistant Professor of Music (Theory / Trumpet / Clarinet)

    Description:
    The Lee University School of Music invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in the Department of Musicianship Studies. We seek a dynamic studio and classroom teacher who is committed to liberal arts education in a Christian environment.

    An earned doctorate in music is preferred; candidates who hold either the Ph.D. in Music Theory or the D.M.A. in instrumental performance would be best suited. Priority will be given to applicants with advanced training and expertise in trumpet or clarinet, whose experience includes successful K-12 teaching. The position includes teaching in the areas of music theory and studio teaching, along with administrative and/or teaching of techniques courses for students in Music Education.

    Lee University is a Christian liberal arts institution with approximately 4,900 students. The School of Music, a fully accredited member of NASM, serves some 300 majors. For more information, visit www.music.leeuniversity.edu.

    Deadline for applications is December 1, 2013

    Status:
    Full-time, tenure track

    Contact Procedure:
    Applicants should be committed Christians who are in philosophical agreement with the mission of a Christian liberal arts university.

    A current curriculum vita, three letters of recommendation, a sample of recent, scholarly work or performances, and a statement of personal faith, should be sent via email to Dr. Phillip Thomas (pthomas@leeuniversity.edu) Chair, Department of Musicianship Studies, Lee University, PO Box 3450 Cleveland, TN 37312-3450.

    Contact: Dr. Phillip Thomas pthomas@leeuniversity.edu 423-614-8264

    Start Date: August 1, 2014

    Number of Positions: 1

    Assistant Professor in Biology/Health Science

    Position Description

    The Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at Lee University seeks a full-time Health Science faculty member. The person must have a Ph.D. in Biology or Health Related Field with expertise in Human Anatomy and Physiology. College teaching experience is preferred. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. The tenure track position at the level of Assistant Professor will begin August 2014.

    Duties

    Duties will include teaching courses in the biology and health science core primarily in the area of Human Anatomy and Physiology. Additional teaching would include courses to support both pre-medical (Biology) and Health Sciences (Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Physician’s Assistant) students which will be based on the candidates expertise; undergraduate student-faculty research mentoring or other scholarship involvement is expected; advising students as assigned; university and community service; reporting to Department Chair and working cooperatively with departmental faculty in complementing current departmental strengths.

    Qualifications

    Qualifications include Christian commitment and Community Covenant lifestyle agreement; Ph.D. in appropriate field; demonstrated college teaching ability; ability to develop and mentor small-scale undergraduate students research projects; ability to integrate Christian faith into course lectures; post-doctoral experience preferred, but not required.

    To help us evaluate your potential role as a member of our university, please include a completed application form, statement of Christian faith regarding your religious conversion and your Christian commitment, and statement concerning how you will integrate faith into your subject matter. Submit the above information, along with all transcripts, three letters of reference and student evaluations (if applicable), to Dr. Paul DeLaLuz, Chairperson, Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Lee University, 1120 North Ocoee Street, Cleveland, TN 37311. The Faculty Employment Application is available at: http://leeuniversity.edu/human-resources/faculty-staff-positions.aspx

    Contact Information

    Dr. Paul J. DeLaLuz
    Department Chair
    Dept. of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
    Lee University
    1120 North Ocoee Street
    Cleveland, TN 37320
    Phone: (423)614-8275
    Fax: (423)614-8295
    E-mail: pdelaluz@leeuniversity.edu  

    Theatre Light Design Faculty

    Position Description

    Lee University, Cleveland, TN, seeks a new theatre faculty member in theatrical lighting design (rank commensurate with degree and experience) with documented experience in teaching and designing lights at the professional or college level. Experience in computer aided design (Vectorworks) and other relevant technologies required. The ideal candidate would also have a secondary area of design. The candidate will design lights for shows in the Lee University Theatre season and other duties including mentor student designers, coordinate guest designers, and teach 6 hours of coursework per semester. Possible classes include: Light Design, Costume and Makeup Design, advanced design coursework, Computer Assisted Design, Theatre in Culture, Dramatic Literature and History and other options. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic individual that desires to work in a collaborative atmosphere and growing program.

    Qualifications

    MFA in Theatrical Design or Lighting Design preferred. MA in theatre and professional design experience also accepted.

    The application is available on the Lee University website here. Send letter of application, vita, three letters of recommendation, transcripts, a personal statement of Christian faith, and a statement describing the integration of Christian faith and learning to Dr. Joel Kailing, Chair, Department of Communication Arts, Lee University, P.O. Box 3450, Cleveland, TN 37320-3450 or jkailing@leeuniversity.edu.

    Assistant Professor of Accounting

    Position Description

    The Department of Business at Lee University seeks a full-time Accounting faculty member. The person should have a Ph.D. in Accounting or a closely related field with expertise in accounting. College teaching experience is preferred. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. The tenure track position at the level of Assistant Professor will begin August 2014.

    Duties

    Duties will include teaching courses in the a full range of accounting courses including but not limited to principles, intermediate, taxation, and auditing. Undergraduate student-faculty research mentoring, experiential learning opportunities or other scholarship involvement is expected. Advising students as assigned, university and community service, reporting to Department Chair and working cooperatively with departmental faculty in complementing current departmental strengths are corollary responsibilities.

    Qualifications

    Qualifications include Christian commitment and Community Covenant lifestyle agreement; Ph.D. (preferred) in appropriate field; demonstrated college teaching ability; ability to integrate Christian faith into course lectures; business experience preferred, but not required.

    To help us evaluate your potential role as a member of our university, please include a completed application form, statement of Christian faith regarding your religious conversion and your Christian commitment, and statement concerning how you will integrate faith into your subject matter. Submit the above information, along with all transcripts, three letters of reference and student evaluations (if applicable), to Dr. Dewayne Thompson, Chairperson, Department of Business, Lee University, 1120 North Ocoee Street, Cleveland, TN 37311. The Faculty Employment Application is available at: http://leeuniversity.edu/human-resources/faculty-staff-positions.aspx  

    Contact Information

    Dr. Dewayne Thompson
    Department Chair
    Business
    Lee University
    1120 North Ocoee St.
    Cleveland, TN 37311
    Phone: (423)614-8160
    Fax: (423)614-8173
    dthompson@leeuniversity.edu

    Faculty in Nursing

    Position Description

    Lee University is in the process of developing a new Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing program (including a RN/BSN Completion Track) and invites applications for two full-time Nursing faculty members. The preferred candidates will have a Doctorate in Nursing (PhD or DNP; A.B.D. considered). Candidates with a MSN will be considered. College teaching experience is preferred. Men and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. The tenure track position for candidates with a Doctorate will begin August 2014 at the level of Assistant Professor. Candidates with a MSN will begin at the position of Lecturer in August 2014.

    Duties

    Duties will include course development and other programmatic development for a new program, teaching courses in nursing (didactic, laboratory, clinical), scholarship involvement; advising students as assigned; service at the department, university, community and professional levels and working cooperatively with faculty and staff across the campus.

    Qualifications

    Qualifications include Christian commitment; preferred Doctorate in nursing (PhD, DNP) or related field (MSN required if doctorate not in nursing); demonstrated college teaching ability; scholarship endeavors; ability to integrate Christian faith into teaching-learning experiences; possession of/eligible for an unencumbered Tennessee Nursing License. The license must be obtained by start date. Individuals with pharmacology, pathophysiology, health assessment, research, community/public health, and medical-surgical nursing teaching/practice experiences are encouraged to apply. Recent teaching, clinical experience, online teaching, and research experience desirable. Applicants must be physically able to perform all duties required of an instructor in various clinical settings.

    To help us evaluate your potential role as a member of our university, please include a completed application form, statement of personal Christian faith and commitment, including how you will integrate faith into your teaching-learning experiences. Submit the above information, along with all transcripts, three letters of reference and student evaluations (if applicable), to Dr. Sara L. Campbell, Director of Nursing Program, Lee University, P.O. Box 3450, 1120 N. Ocoee Street, Cleveland, TN 37320-3450. The Faculty Employment Application is available at: http://leeuniversity.edu/human-resources/faculty-staff-positions.aspx
    Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.  

    Contact Information

    Dr. Sara L. Campbell
    Director of Nursing
    Lee University
    1120 North Ocoee St.
    Cleveland, TN 37311
    Phone: (423)614-8280
    Fax: (423)614-8295
    scampbell@leeuniversity.edu  

    Assistant Professor of Political Science

    Position Description

    The Department of History, Political Science and Humanities at Lee University invites applications for the full-time, tenure track position of Assistant Professor of Political Science beginning in the fall of 2014. Position requires Ph.D. in Political Science with a Specialty of concentration in International Relations(or related field).The successful candidate will be expected to teach all core IR courses, the department's university core course in American Government and electives in the candidate’s specialization field. Candidates must be committed to the Christian liberal arts. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Deadline ends February 20, 2014.

    Qualifications

    Position requires Ph.D. in Political Science with a Specialty of concentration in International Relations(or related field).

    Send letter of application, vita, three letters of recommendation, transcripts, a personal statement of Christian faith, and a statement describing the integration of Christian faith and the discipline of expertise to: Dr. Randy Wood, Chair of the Department of History, Political Science and Humanities, Lee University, Cleveland, TN 37320-3450, (423) 614-8137. The Faculty Employment Application is available at: http://leeuniversity.edu/human-resources/faculty-staff-positions.aspx

    Contact Information

    Dr. Randy Wood
    Department Chair
    History, Political Science and Humanities
    Lee University
    1120 North Ocoee St.
    Cleveland, TN 37311
    Phone: (423) 614-8137
    rwood@leeuniversity.edu

    Assistant Professor of Public Relations or Lecturer in Public Relations

    Position Description

    Lee University is seeking an Assistant Professor or Lecturer in Public Relations. Located in Cleveland, Tenn., Lee is the second largest private university in the state. The public relations program is one of only approximately 40 universities worldwide awarded the Certification In Education for Public Relations (CEPR) designation in recognition of its outstanding undergraduate public relations program. Public relations student teams have placed 4th nationally along with 3 Honorable Mentions in the prestigious Bateman Campaign national competition sponsored by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). There are approximately 115 public relations majors and minors and it is one of the fastest growing majors in the Communication Arts Departments. In the fall of 2014, the Communication Arts Department will move into its new 45,000 square foot facility consisting of state-of-the-art technology, meeting rooms, active learning classrooms and presentation rooms.

    Duties

    Candidates seeking this position will teach public relations courses, co-advise the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter, coach the yearly PRSA Bateman Team and advise public relations students.

    Qualifications

    Candidates for Assistant Professor should hold a Ph.D. in communication, public relations, or a related field and have at least five years of professional experience in public relations. Candidates for Lecturer should hold a Master’s degree in communication or public relations and have at least five years of professional experience in public relations.

    Send letter of application, vita, three letters of recommendation, transcripts, a personal statement of Christian faith, and a statement describing the integration of Christian faith and learning: Dr. Joel Kailing, Chair, Department of Communication Arts, Lee University, P.O. Box 3450, Cleveland, TN 37320-3450 or jkailing@leeuniversity.edu. http://leeuniversity.edu/human-resources/faculty-staff-positions.aspx
    Application deadline is March 10, 2014.  


    Contact Information

    Dr. Joel Kailing
    Department Chair
    Department of Communication Arts
    Lee University
    1120 North Ocoee St.
    Cleveland, TN 37311

    jkailing@leeuniversity.edu  

    Assistant Professor of English

    Position Description

     The Department of Language and Literature announces an opening for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of English. The position begins August 1, 2014. Application deadline is March 12, 2014.

    Duties

    The faculty member will teach four courses per semester that will generally include first-year writing courses and a course for writing majors. Candidates will have demonstrated interest and ability in mentoring student writers and will be expected to help develop and participate in extracurricular activities that enrich the curriculum for writing majors.

    Qualifications

    This position requires the Ph.D. in English with an emphasis in Rhetoric and Composition. The ideal candidate will have the ability to teach professional and technical writing to writing majors and to develop advanced courses in professional writing and/or rhetoric. In addition, the candidate must have a strong commitment to teaching first-year writing and supporting a culture of writing across campus. The department is looking for an energetic and imaginative candidate who can make strong contributions to a growing writing major on a Christian liberal arts campus.

    The application is available on the Lee University website.The application and all materials indicated on the application should be sent to Dr. Jean Eledge, Chair, Department of Language and Literature, Lee University, P.O. Box 3450, Cleveland, TN 37320-3450 or jeledge@leeuniversity.edu. http://leeuniversity.edu/uploadedFiles/Content/human-resources/faculty-application(1).pdf
      

    Contact Information

    Dr. jean Eledge
    Department Chair
    Department of Language and Literature
    Lee University
    1120 North Ocoee St.
    Cleveland, TN 37311

    jeledge@leeuniversity.edu  

     

    Assistant Professor of Voice

    Position Description

    The Lee University School of Music invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track position in the department of Performance Studies, starting August 2014. We seek a dynamic studio teacher, preferably soprano or bass, who is committed to liberal arts education in a Christian environment.

    Responsibilities

    Teach applied voice and conduct a weekly voice seminar. Recruit high-quality students regionally, nationally, and internationally. Maintain an active professional profile. Advise students on curricular and professional issues. Work effectively with faculty colleagues and administration in service to satisfy the mission of the school and to advance the national prominence of Lee University and the School of Music. Other duties may be assigned according to the school’s needs and the candidate’s strengths.

    Qualifications

    An earned doctorate in music with an emphasis in vocal performance and/or vocal pedagogy with demonstrated success in university teaching is preferred. Experience both in teaching and performance is essential.

    Status

    Full-time / Tenure track

    Application Process

    A current curriculum vita, three letters of recommendation, a sample of recent performances (DVDs, web links, recordings, etc.,) and a statement of personal faith, should be sent via email to: Dr. Andrea Dismukes, adismukes@leeuniversity.edu, Chair, Department of Performance Studies, Lee University School of Music, P.O. Box 3450, Cleveland, TN 37320-3450.

    Applications accepted until position is filled. Priority consideration for applications received before March 15. Review of applications will begin immediately.

    Start Date

    August 1, 2014

    General Information

    Lee University is a Christian liberal arts institution in Cleveland, Tennessee, with approximately 5,000 students. The School of Music holds full membership in NASM and has more than 300 music majors. For more information, visit www.music.leeuniversity.edu.


    Staff Positions

    Resident Director

    Positions:

    • Male
    • Female

    Position Overview:

    The Resident Director is a full-time employee of Lee University. The position is a full-time, 10 ½ month live-in position. The start date for these openings: July 7, 2014.

    Responsibilities:

    As a member of the Residential Life and Housing team and the Student Development sector, the Resident Director is responsible for translating Lee University’s overall philosophy and objectives into a practical and meaningful set of programs, activities and services for students within their living environment. Responsibilities include and are not limited to the following:

    • Supervise, lead and mentor Resident Assistant/ Chaplain team
    • Create and implement community and student learning opportunities within the residence hall by focusing on holistic development
    • Educate and challenge students by fostering an environment conducive to spiritual formation, academic success, and interpersonal relationships
    • Refer students to other offices and resources on campus as needed
    • Oversee judicial matters within the residence hall
    • Interpret housing policies, rules and procedures to the team and residents
    • Assist with daily management of the residence hall facility
    • Serve on departmental and campus committees
    • Participate in the emergency on-call rotation of the Residential Life and Housing pager system

    Compensation:

    Salary commensurate with experience and residence hall capacity. Benefits include a furnished one or two-bedroom apartment and employee tuition discount. Apartments vary in size and some locations can accommodate a maximum of two underage dependents of the same gender.

    Application Deadline:

    Priority application deadline is January 31, 2014. The interview process will begin in March with final decisions completed in May (or until all positions are filled). Priority will be given to those with residential life and housing experience and/or a related field.

    Qualifications:

    • Commitment to the intellectual, faith and interpersonal development of students and to the mission and identity of Lee University
    • Desire to develop and invest in the lives of college students
    • Supervisory, training, mentoring and crisis management experience
    • Strong communication and administrative skills
    • Willingness to make a three-year commitment to RD position
    • Willingness to live and work in a residence hall; 24/7 mentality
    • Master’s degree preferred, Bachelor’s degree required (seeking to complete graduate degree)

    Contact:

    Please contact Marissa Wood, Secretary of Residential Life & Housing, for applications materials at mwood@leeuniversity.edu or 423.614.6001.

    Contact Tracey Carlson, Director of Residential Life & Housing at tcarlson@leeuniversity.edu

     

    Network Analyst

    Purpose of Job

    The Network Analyst is under the direct supervision of the Director of IT Operations. The Network Analyst is responsible for the overall operation and performance of the network and network services.

    Job Requirements

    • Work outside the normal business hours as the position demands
    • Able to participate as a team member to the accomplishment of organizational goals
    • Understand and execute IT guidelines and policies
    • Organize and manage complex tasks
    • Able to communicate at various levels in appropriate vocabulary the various activities within the scope of the job

    Qualifications

    A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience in Information Systems is preferred; an Associate’s Degree is required. The Network Analyst must have a general knowledge of workstation support, enterprise LAN and WLAN configurations, and VoIP. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must. The Network Analyst must maintain a positive attitude in a high-pressure environment. CCNA, Network+, or other industry certifications are preferred.

    Essential Functions

    1. Installs, configures, operates and tests approved network software and hardware configurations.
    2. Performs approved preventive network hardware and software maintenance.
    3. Maintains current and accurate documentation of existing and future network infrastructure.
    4. Assists in the design and implementation of network projects.
    5. May oversee work and performance of subcontractors.
    6. Maintains a broad knowledge of state-of-the-art technology, equipment, and/or systems.
    7. Manages all network communications equipment.
    8. Administer Mitel VoIP phone system and handsets.
    9. Manage and troubleshoot WLAN components.
    10. Installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of network cabling.
    11. Is responsible for completing work orders that reach an escalated level.
    12. Completes other directives as assigned by the Director of IT Operations.

    Application Process

    Please submit resumes and employment applications to Luke McCay, Lee University, Office of Information Technology Operations, lmcay@leeuniversity.edu  

    Application deadline will be March 20, 2014

    Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of University Relations

    Purpose of Job

    The Assistant to the Vice President for University Relations (VP) provides professional and administrative support for the VP and the Office of University Relations. The Office of University Relations is comprised of Public Information, Alumni Relations, Community Relations, University Events, Publications, and Church Relations. The position requires an individual with a high level of initiative, exceptional organization and communication skills and ability to adapt to a dynamic and fast paced environment. The position provides the opportunity to manage projects, lead special assignments and continue building the infrastructure of a growing advancement unit. The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to problem solve and work independently in a team-oriented environment.

    Responsibilities

    • Serve as a member of the University Relations leadership team and a central source of communication to VP direct reports and staff, as well as internal and external constituents.
    • Provide administrative support for University Relations including but not limited to executive communications, scheduling, travel, meeting coordination and event planning.
    • Research and analyze information and assist the VP in preparing reports, presentations, publications and supporting advancement materials.
    • Provide support in managing relationships with donors, including the identification, qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of important alumnae and friends of the university.
    • Track, monitor and follow the progress of projects, action items, and strategies that emanate from the VP.
    • Coordinate with direct reports on report/project requirements and deadlines.
    • Manage sector budget and budget-related transactions including purchases, supplies, check requisitions and expense reimbursements. Ensure accurate reconciliation and completeness of supporting documentation.
    • Serve as a steward of confidential information and act as a trustworthy liaison between the VP and internal and external stakeholders.
    • Create work flow systems that provide streamlined efficiency and fundraising effectiveness across the institution.
    • Communicate effectively with internal administrative and academic offices and external community so that strong working relationships are built and maintained.
    • Provide support for new hires including paperwork, securing office space, equipment configuration and security access.
    • Perform related duties as assigned.

    Minimum and Preferred Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
    • Minimum of five (5) years of experience required
    • Proficient in a variety of Windows-based computer programs including MS Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Ability to learn college operational and financial systems
    • Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to promote process improvements to create institutional efficiencies and ability to scale
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with constituents at all levels
    • Ability to independently manage multiple and competing priorities while meeting deadlines

    Application Process

    Please submit resumes and/or completed employment applications to
    Carolyn Carroll
    Lee University, Office of University Relations
    P. O. Box 3450
    1120 N Ocoee St
    Cleveland, TN 37320-3450

    or

    ccarroll@leeuniversity.edu  

    Secretary to Graduate Programs in Religion

    Position Overview:

    The Graduate Secretary is responsible for assisting the Director of Graduate Programs in Religion, the Dean, and graduate faculty in the School of Religion with daily program operations pertaining to Graduate Studies in Religion. This is an 11 month hourly position (20 hours per week).

    Essential Functions:

    • Act as receptionist for the director and the graduate programs.
    • Assist the director as needed. Tasks include but are not limited to: preparation of semester class schedules; payroll review and revisions; preparation of annual budget proposal; new student recruitment; student advising.
    • Assist students with application process, course selection and scheduling, and the graduation process.
    • Maintain program central filing systems (e.g. master syllabi, application files, current student records).
    • Manage program budgets, vouchers, transfers and purchase orders.
    • Produce regularly required and special-request reports (e.g. graduation status, prospects, applications in process).
    • Review and edit the graduate program sections of the university catalog and website.
    • Assist with textbook orders to the Lee University Bookstore.
    • Schedule, administer and type faculty student course evaluations.
    • Maintain information in full-time, adjunct and part-time faculty files.
    • Coordinate program events, travel and meetings.
    • Monitor the effectiveness of personal and office systems and procedures, making suggestions for improvement when necessary.
    • Purchase and stock program office supplies.

    Qualifications:

    The Graduate Secretary should have experience in an administrative office, preferably in an academic setting. This would include customer service experience. The Graduate Secretary should be proficient with Microsoft Office applications. Some experience with publication software, and record/data systems (e.g. Datatel) would be helpful. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred.

    The Graduate Secretary is one of four secretarial positions in the School of Religion; as such, this person comes under the supervision of the Dean of the SOR and the Executive Secretary to the Dean. The Graduate Secretary reports directly to the director of the programs and provides service to faculty and students of the Lee University community with the following performance expectations:

    • Demonstration of ethical, moral and professional behavior in the office environment.
    • A positive and flexible attitude.
    • Effective communication and appropriate relationships with co-workers.
    • Prompt management of tasks given by program director.
    • Maintaining confidentiality with faculty and student records.
    • Willingness to respond to faculty needs in a timely and professional manner.
    • Computer literacy with thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and related office software, including email.
    • Ability to handle interruptions calmly and professionally.
    • Ability to input and keep accurate records, compose timely reports and ensure reliability and completeness of information.
    • Ability to accomplish complex tasks, prioritize responsibilities and meet deadlines.
    • Ability to respond positively to constructive criticism, guidance and suggestions for improvement regarding performance.

    Contact Procedure:

    Please send resumes or completed job applications by April 17 to
    Dana Crutchfield
    Executive Secretary to the Dean
    Lee University School of Religion
    P. O. Box 3450
    Cleveland, TN 37320-3450

    Phone: 423-303-5080
    Email: dcrutchfield@leeuniversity.edu

     


    If you are interested in any of the job opportunities listed above, please feel free to submit an Employment Application. Please send resumes and applications to Ann McElrath amcelrath@leeuniversity.edu in the Human Resources Office.