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Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Tenure-track 12-month position as an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Ferris State University College of Pharmacy. Individuals with experience in adult inpatient clinical pharmacy practice settings along with commitment to the teacher/scholar model and service are encouraged to apply. Primary responsibilities consist of establishing and maintaining an adult inpatient medicine or medicine subspecialty clinical pharmacy practice at an affiliated health system in the greater Grand Rapids, MI area with experiential and didactic teaching as key responsibilities. The individual will also be expected to develop individual or collaborative research consistent with the mission and vision of the College. Additional responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, contributing to the Department, College, University and profession through participation on committees, continuing professional development, and mentoring students. The anticipated start date of this position is July 2024 at the earliest and January 2025 at the latest. Required: PharmD from an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)-accredited institution. Current licensure to practice pharmacy in the State of Michigan (reciprocation acceptable but necessary at date of hire). Demonstrated work experience in medium and high voltage electrical distribution maintenance/repairs, maintenance frequency, procedures, etc. Post-graduate residency or at least 3 years of experience in adult inpatient clinical pharmacy practice
Application Administrator III Big Rapids, MI 49307
Support technical and functional elements of various administrative software applications for assigned area(s). Perform complex activities. Possess the latitude to apply skills to solve most problems without review and devise the approach and method to perform application administrator tasks. Assist leadership in the selection of varied technologies and make final determinations regarding technology based on objectives and specifications. Perform complex data analysis to ensure systems are compliant, reliable, and secure. Required: Bachelor’s degree. At least five years as an application administrator and/or business analyst, preferably in a higher education environment.
Staff Accountant Big Rapids, MI 49307
Independently perform accounting-related activities related to the General Ledger of assigned fund groups and the University’s Financial Statements. Analyze and maintain records related to Fixed Assets and property accounting within the Finance Office. Analyze, audit, reconcile accounts and assist with internal audit as assigned. This is an in person on site position, currently after the probationary period one day a week may be considered for remote work. Required: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field. One year accounting experience.
Senior HR Generalist Big Rapids, MI 49307
The Senior HR Generalist is responsible for the consistent delivery of a broad range of analytical HR support while administering policies, process, procedures and programs covering several or all of the following areas: employment, immigration and labor relations. The Senior HR Generalist must display a commitment to providing superior customer service and value while working with a diversity constituency. The Senior HR Generalist is expected to be responsive, excel at problem solving, and possesses the ability to multi-task in a high volume department. To be successful in the role, the Senior HR Generalist must have demonstrated strength in communicating effectively, timely and professionally. Proficiency with MS Office including Excel and the attention to detail is required. Required: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field. At least two years of recent work experience in or related to Human Resource activities. Demonstrated experience with Human Resource process. Demonstrated proficiency with technology and the ability to perform job functions using MS Office Suite.
Adjunct Instructor 3 - Math Big Rapids, MI 49307
The Mathematics Department seeks applications for a one-year adjunct instructor 3 teaching position. This position will collaborate on developmental education initiatives and teach quantitative reasoning sequence courses. The successful candidate must demonstrate excellence in teaching, the ability to work effectively with both faculty colleagues and students, and participation in other functions of academic significance. The anticipated start date of this position is August 2024. Required: Master's degree in Mathematics with evidence of work in mathematics education or Master's degree in Mathematics Education. Degree must be conferred by August 1, 2024. The successful candidate must demonstrate the potential for higher education teaching excellence and the ability to work effectively with both faculty and students. Experience with and/or interest in teaching lower division and developmental math courses is essential.
Adjunct Instructor 1 - Criminal Justice Big Rapids, MI 49307
Teaching required Traffic Management course during FALL semester for Law Enforcement Academy following MCOLES requirements. This posting is being used for face to face instruction and will be required to be on campus one day per week. The candidate selected for the position must reside in Michigan after acceptance of employment. The anticipated start date of this position is August of 2024. Required: MCOLES approved AND Master’s degree in criminal justice, criminal justice administration, police science, law enforcement, public administration, corrections, correctional rehabilitation, criminology, criminal psychology, forensic science, sociology with a criminal justice focus, other related degree approved by department faculty; OR MCOLES approved AND Bachelor’s degree in one of the previous fields AND 5 years of documented related field experience approved by department faculty.
Hall Director Big Rapids, MI 49307
Provide comprehensive supervision of 1-3 residence halls (typically two). Hall Directors recruit, train, supervise, and mentor residence hall staff, 6-17 Resident Advisors, 1-3 Senior Staff Advisors and 15-30 front desk and night security personnel; actively participate on departmental and university-wide committees, manage facilities, advise Hall Council; train RA staff to advise House Councils; coordinate programming/community development and provide overall leadership in the academic, social and emotional development of students. In addition, Hall Directors serve as conduct hearing officers recommending educational outcomes up to and including dismissal from the university. Required: Bachelor’s degree. Two or more years of progressive residence life experience in a University setting required including: staff training and development, supervision and evaluation, program planning and implementation, facilities management, basic computer applications, and adjudicating student conduct experience.
Pack Leader (Student Position) Big Rapids, MI 49307
Determined Dawgs Scholar Academy (DDSA) facilitates the transition to college for aspiring, conditionally admitted Ferris State freshman who may be the first in their families to attend college, require additional support following high school, or from communities with limited funding and resources. This position offers a unique opportunity to positively impact the lives of incoming freshmen students through leadership, mentorship, academic support, and personal development. Mentors will play a vital role in creating a supportive and engaging environment for program participants
Media Supply Assistant (Student Position) Big Rapids, MI 49307
Do you have an interested in media supply? If so, this position may be your opportunity to gain knowledge and experience within the field.
Print Specialist Big Rapids, MI 49307
Print Specialist – Ferris State University. This position is responsible for performing all duties of the Print Operator as well as various higher level duties such as ensuring equipment is in good working order, ensuring machine supplies are ordered and stocked as needed, setting up and maintaining equipment and directing the Student Employees and setting up projects for print and performing graphic design work. This person has a positive outlook, communicates well, has a ‘can-do’ attitude, is a problem solver, detail oriented and works well alone and with others within a dynamic and often fast-paced environment. Required: Associates Degree or equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered. Equivalency for education is two years’ related work experience equals one year of education. Two years of work experiences in an office or print shop performing a variety of duplicating duties and customer service interactions. Prior experience managing details and multiple tasks. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Adjunct Instructor 3 - Communication Big Rapids, MI 49307
Adjunct Instructor 3 - Communication– Ferris State University. Ferris State University's Department of Humanities seeks applications for an instructor 3 to teach a full load of Communication courses for both the Fall and Spring semesters (4 sections each semester). This position will include teaching one or more sections of introductory Public Speaking. In addition, this position will also require the ability to teach one or more sections of Interpersonal Communication and/or Small Group Communication. There may be opportunities for teaching additional Communication courses in our curriculum, based on the department's needs and this instructor's qualifications and experience. The start date of this position is August 2024. However, the candidate selected for the position must reside in Michigan after acceptance of employment. Required: Master's in Communication or related field. Prior experience teaching Communication courses at the high school level or higher in Public Speaking.
Part-Time Bus Driver Big Rapids, MI 49307
Part-Time Bus Driver – Ferris State University. Provide safe transportation for passengers, equipment, and packages. Assist in maintenance of University owned and leased vehicles. Required: High school diploma or GED equivalency. Valid Michigan commercial driver’s license (CDL), Group A or B with endorsements ‘P’ with no restrictions, airbrakes and DOT medical card. Three years full-time equivalent of combined bus and heavy equipment truck driving, with emphasis on bus driving experience. Demonstrated experience with minor automotive repair and driving all types of vehicles.
Adjunct Instructor 1 - Finance Big Rapids, MI 49307
Candidate will teach a broad spectrum of undergraduate Finance classes. Classes may include: Personal Finance, Financial Management I, Financial Markets-Institutions, Real Estate Finance, Mathematics of Finance and other finance courses as needed. Faculty members also have professional responsibilities which may include but are not limited to: keeping regular posted office hours (which are scheduled at times convenient for students), and participation in traditional functions which have academic significance (ex. reporting initial student participation data and submitting final grades on time). Faculty may be required to teach utilizing face-to-face, blended and/or online modes of delivery; delivery on or off campus; assuring/improving learning through assessment; close consultation with program faculty, as well as training via the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning. This is a pooled position. One or more applicants may be hired as needed to teach classes on a semester-by-semester basis. This posting is being used for face to face and/or online instruction. However, the candidate selected for the position must reside in Michigan after acceptance of employment. The anticipated start date of this position is August 2024 at the earliest and January 2025 at the latest.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Electronics and Automation Engineering Technology Big Rapids, MI 49307
The College of Engineering Technology (CET) at Ferris State University invites applicants for a tenure track position in the discipline of Electronics and Automation Engineering Technology (EAET). This position combines relevant experience in electronics and automation for a new program in the School of Engineering and Computing Technology (SECT). The successful candidate is expected to develop and teach courses, as well as develop and teach labs primarily focused, but not limited to automation, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), motors and variable frequency drives (VFDs), digital logic and communication networks for automation systems as well as other courses in relevant technological areas. The successful candidate will also be instrumental in continuous improvement and curriculum development in accordance with ABET accreditation criteria. Interfacing with industry and external agencies to direct the growth and development of the program will be expected in activities such as senior projects, grants, and advisory roles. The anticipated start date of this position is August 2024 at the earliest and January 2025 at the latest. Required: 1. Master’s degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology or a closely related field and 5 years of relevant industry experience directly related to courses taught OR 2. A master’s or higher-level degree out of field with at least one bachelor’s or associate’s degree in Electrical/Electronics and 5 years of relevant industry experience directly related to courses taught OR 3. A bachelor’s degree in field and 7 years of relevant industry experience directly related to courses taught with the ability to obtain a Master’s degree within 5 years of the date of hire. Industrial experience with automation and PLC programming.
Facilities - Motor Pool Vehicle Assistant (Student Position) Big Rapids, MI 49307
No experience necessary, but if you are a student in the Automotive program or just have general knowledge in the field, that is beneficial.
Manager of Advancement Services Big Rapids, MI 49307
This position will establish systems and procedures, lead and set direction for the Advancement Services team. The manager is responsible for providing strategic leadership including long and short-term planning in the areas of gift processing, database integrity, reporting, data analysis and system enhancements. Responsibilities include data analysis, auditing data entry, technical and functional support related to the various tools utilized by Advancement. Function as the department’s authority on constituent data, its organization within the University’s centralized database, and its effective use and dissemination. Lead efforts to capture, organize, use and analyze constituent data to achieve department and University objectives. Required: A bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Information Systems, Business or a related field. Three years of full-time work experience using a computerized program for tracking financial and data-driven accounts, including accounting-related work experience. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft products. Experience with alumni/donor fundraising software or comparable system. Accounting and constituent data-related experience. Experience working with a foundation, a fundraising organization, higher education fundraising and/or planned giving.
Facilities - Work Control Center Clerical (Student Position) Big Rapids, MI 49307
The Work Control Center is looking for students to fill their clerical position. This position consists of assisting the center with office work.
Tutor - Level I (Student Position) Big Rapids, MI 49307
Do you have a passion for helping fellow students excel in their classes? If so, becoming a tutor may allow you to do just that.
Financial Aid Advisor Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Financial Aid Advisor - Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University. Provide expert financial aid counseling to students and parents, including appropriate information on aid eligibility, debt management, cost of attendance at Ferris State University and more. Maintain a high level of expertise concerning the regulatory governance of institutional, state, and federal financial aid programs, with an ability to convey complex financial aid concepts to a diverse constituent base that includes students, parents and families, faculty and staff, executive leadership and more. Develop and manage policies and processes designed to ensure the effective distribution of financial resources, leveraging efficiencies that minimize underutilization of funds and maximize student recruitment, retention, and success. Required: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university. In lieu of bachelor’s degree, eight years of work in financial aid, or in an education setting providing advising/counseling support, or at another institution with budgetary/fiscal responsibility and planning. Two years of full-time office experience in financial aid, education/enrollment management, customer relations (e.g., banking, lending, or business) and/or counseling/advising (e.g., financial or educational)
Assistant Professor of Architecture (Term Appointment, Non-tenure-track). Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Assistant Professor of Architecture (Term Appointment, Non-tenure-track). Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University (KCAD) prepares artists and designers to have an impact through practice. Full-time, term-appointment faculty members teach 18 semester credit hours per academic year, and engage in three kinds of professional development: continuous improvement in teaching effectiveness, creative and/or scholarly work, and service. KCAD faculty also advise students regarding their academic plan and progress as well as their co-curricular and post-graduation opportunities. The KCAD M.Arch was established in 2014 and achieved NAAB accreditation in 2019. Situated within an art and design college, the program emphasizes architecture’s cultural significance and values interdisciplinary connections and community engagement. Its curriculum is structured around a unique sequence of immersive seminars paired with design studios. The program is seeking a term-appointment full-time faculty member with a strong, demonstrated ability as a design studio instructor, and with the expertise to teach courses in other parts of the curriculum such as design representation, environmental systems, and/or thesis research. The term of the appointment is for the 2024-2025 academic year, with the possibility of renewal. Courses are to be taught in person on KCAD’s campus in Grand Rapids, MI. The candidate(s) selected for the position must reside in Michigan after acceptance of employment. KCAD and the Master of Architecture program value a diverse student body and faculty. A key strategic goal of the college is to grow and celebrate our diversity, enriching our community, work and learning. Required: Master of Architecture degree from a NAAB-accredited (or recognized equivalent) college or university. Experience teaching (beyond Graduate Assistant/Teaching Assistant) in a NAAB-accredited architecture program. Professional architectural practice experience.

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