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Assistant Professor - School of Automotive and Heavy Equipment Big Rapids, MI 49307
Assistant Professor School of Automotive and Heavy Equipment.The School of Automotive and Heavy Equipment invites applications for a 9-month, tenure-track, faculty position at the Assistant Professor level. The successful candidate will be responsible for preparing and teaching courses in the Associate of Applied Science Automotive Service Technology Program, and/or the Bachelor of Science Automotive Engineering Technology Program, in lecture and lab formats. This program requires utilizing a variety of methods and techniques to assure student attainment of course outcomes and the utilization of assessment methods to monitor success. Other duties may include delivery of courses off campus, development and delivery of online courses, serving on department, school, college and university committees, and student advising. The focus of the courses being taught would be towards the eight ASE certification areas. The anticipated start date of this position is August of 2024 at the earliest and January of 2025 at the latest. Required: A Bachelor’s degree in Automotive or a related discipline. A master’s degree in education or a related field must be secured as a condition for tenure. Certification in the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Automotive A1 through A8 and G1 categories is required at hiring or within six months of start date. The possible categories include engine repair, brakes, suspension and steering, electrical/electronic systems, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, automatic transmissions, manual drive train and axles, engine performance, and maintenance and light repair. Five years prior relevant work experience in Automotive Service or a related discipline or five years teaching experience in an automotive secondary, post-secondary, or technical training setting, or five years of automotive industry experience. Excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to use computer technology for course management and delivery.
Assistant Professor - Graphic Media Management Big Rapids, MI 49307
Assistant Professor - Graphic Media Management – Ferris State University. The Graphic Media Management (GMAN) Program has a long and successful history of preparing graduates for print media production and management careers, project management, job engineering cost estimation and process improvement, workflow automation and more. The program is uniquely situated in the College of Business Marketing Department and addresses the importance of communication, community, and business context. The selected candidate must be able to teach multiple subject areas within all levels of the graphic communications (GCOM) and GMAN curriculum. Additionally, the selected candidate will excel in the areas of print production planning/engineering, cost estimating and analysis, the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of Heidelberg QM 46 presses, CTP, digital toner and inkjet printing, print cutting, folding and binding. Focus on student-centered learning, engage in a collaborative teaching environment, participate in the print media community, and stress the importance of self-discovery, peer learning, and collaboration within the classroom. This is a full-time position on the main campus in Big Rapids. The anticipated start date of this position is August of 2024 at the earliest and January 2025 at the latest. Required: Masters in Graphic Communications, Print Management, or related. Minimum of 3 years of professional experience in print production administration. Must be technically proficient in equipment, tools and software related to Graphic Communication.
Assistant Professor - Analytical Chemistry Big Rapids, MI 49307
Assistant Professor - Analytical Chemistry – Ferris State University. The Physical Sciences Department seeks applicants for an Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry who's primary teaching responsibility will be in the area of quantitative analysis and/or instrumental analysis. Additional courses in general chemistry and other classes related to the candidate’s area(s) of expertise. The anticipated start date of this position is August 2024 at the earliest and January 2025 at the latest. However, these are estimated dates and can be revised as needed. Required: Ph.D. in analytical chemistry with previous experience in teaching chemistry to students at the undergraduate level.
Assistant Professor of Social Work Multiple Locations
Assistant Professor of Social Work – Ferris State University. The Ferris State University Social Work Department in Big Rapids Michigan invites applications for a tenure-track position. Teaching, primarily in person with online as needed, primarily in the BSW program with some MSW opportunities, and primarily in Big Rapids with some opportunity to teach in Traverse City or other sites, as needed. While supporting and encouraging research, Ferris State University is primarily a teaching university. While supporting and encouraging research, Ferris State University is primarily a teaching university. We encourage applicants with substantial clinical experience who are interested in teaching and mentoring our next generation of social workers. The successful candidate must demonstrate excellence in teaching, the ability to work effectively with both faculty colleagues and diverse student populations, and participation in other department/college and University academic activities. The anticipated start date of this position is August 2024 at the earliest and January 2025 at the latest. However, these are estimated dates and can be revised if needed. Required: Master's degree in Social Work (MSW) from a CSWE accredited institution. Candidate must have/or be eligible and apply for a Michigan Social Work License upon hire. Two years of post-MSW clinical practice experience in the field. Candidate must demonstrate potential for higher education teaching excellence and the ability to work effectively with both the faculty and students.
Adjunct Instructor 1 - Diagnostic Medical Sonography Big Rapids, MI 49307
Adjunct Instructor 1 - Diagnostic Medical Sonography – Ferris State University. This is a pooled position. One or more applicants may be hired as needed on a semester-by-semester basis to teach laboratory and lecture classes for students in the Associate of Applied Science degree in Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Founded in 1884, the Ferris’ founding philosophy of a practical, hands-on approach to education that enables students to learn practical skills for new jobs in a changing world still resonates loudly today. Our education is “where theory meets practice.” This, together with a committed faculty, individual attention and career-oriented degrees, prepares graduates who find employment in their field after graduation. This posting is 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 May of 2024 at the earliest and August of 2024 at the latest. Required: Graduate from an accredited program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography or health related field. American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) in Abdomen (AB), and Obstetrics & Gynecology (OB/GYN). Three years of clinical experience in direct patient care.
Adjunct Instructor 1 - Reading Big Rapids, MI 49307
Adjunct Instructor 1 – Reading – Ferris State University. This position has responsibilities for teaching Foundations – Analytical Reading or Analytical Reading at Ferris State University. Instruction will focus on providing students with the opportunity to become critical readers by increasing vocabulary, enhancing reading comprehension and recall, and improving reading skills to better prepare for college level reading. 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. However, these are estimated dates and can be revised if needed. Required: Master’s degree in Reading, Developmental Education, Special Education or related field. Experience teaching and/or developmental studies at the college or K-12 levels. Experience teaching reading, developmental-level, and/or language arts at the high school and/or post-secondary levels.
Personal Counseling Center Graduate Intern Big Rapids, MI 49307
Personal Counseling Center Graduate Intern – Ferris State University. Provide individual, couple, and group short-term mental health counseling, crisis intervention, and outreach, education and campus programs for Ferris State University (FSU) students as part of a required graduate internship. Interns will be provided with compensation to assist with the costs of their internship at $13 per hour for up to 600 hours. Required: Applicants must have completed a bachelor's degree and must currently be enrolled in a graduate level program (psychology, social work, professional counseling, or other related field). Applicants must be enrolled in their program's internship course throughout the duration of their internship.
Assistant to the Director of Student Engagement (Part-time Temporary) Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Assistant to the Director of Student Engagement (Part-time Temporary) – Ferris State University. To engage, develop and produce impactful and successful students. Under the direction of the Director of Student Engagement, the part-time Assistant to the Director of Student Engagement serves as a member of the Student Life team by assisting the Director of Student Engagement in planning and implementing co-curricular programming. This position also works in conjunction with other departments, faculty, and administration as well as external organizations for the purpose of the promotion of student success and student progress. This is a part-time temporary position to work a maximum of 28 hours per week from approximately April 15 – August 15, 2024. Required High School Diploma with previous administrative support experience that required strong organization, communication and collaboration efforts.
Title IX Coordinator Big Rapids, MI 49307
The Title IX Coordinator reports to the Dean of Student Life and has the primary responsibility of coordinating and implementing the University’s compliance efforts with Title IX, working closely with the Vice President of Student Affairs, Associate Vice President of Human Resources, Director of Equal Opportunity, General Counsel, and other administrative leaders, and has no other duties that create a conflict of interest. The Title IX Coordinator leads and proactively influences University-wide Title IX planning, monitoring, reporting, grievance procedures, education, prevention, and training efforts. Required: Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in adult education, student affairs, higher education, social work, counseling, law/legal studies or related field, Three years of professional experience post-bachelor’s degree. Demonstrated professional experience related to Title IX. Demonstrated experience in managing complaints, conducting investigations, and/or effectively resolving cases in areas such as student conduct, legal offices, law enforcement, or related fields. To apply and view full job description, visit https://jobs.ferris.edu. Ferris State University is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to inclusion and equity. Learn more about the Ferris mission, commitment to diversity and to equal opportunity, and dynamic, student-focused community at ferris.edu. Applicants requiring accommodation or assistance completing an application/participating in the hiring process should contact Human Resources at (231) 591-2150 or fsujobs@ferris.edu.
Detective Sergeant Big Rapids, MI 49307
Job duties include performing major investigations that are complex and sensitive in nature as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director of Public Safety; supervise, oversee, and provide assistance to all major criminal investigations conducted by Ferris State University police officers; regularly meet with detectives from local law enforcement agencies to collaborate and combat crime trends in the area as well as solving major and/or complex criminal investigations; serve as a liaison between community partners; coordinate educational trainings and programs for the campus community; serve as the day shift supervisor as well as a uniformed supervisor, when needed; supervise Service Officers; other police related functions as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director of Public Safety. Required: High School Diploma or GED, Three (3) years as a fulltime patrol officer, MCOLES certified, certifiable, or out of state Law Enforcement Officer to obtain MCOLES certification within two months of hire date. Ability to obtain Michigan driver’s license within two months of hire date. Ability to obtain and maintain annual firearms qualification. To apply and view full job description, visit https://jobs.ferris.edu. Ferris State University is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to inclusion and equity. Learn more about the Ferris mission, commitment to diversity and to equal opportunity, and dynamic, student-focused community at ferris.edu. Applicants requiring accommodation or assistance completing an application/participating in the hiring process should contact Human Resources at (231) 591-2150 or fsujobs@ferris.edu.
Adjunct Instructor 1 - Information Security and Intelligence Big Rapids, MI 49307
Part-time teaching and related responsibilities: 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 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 2024 at the latest. Required is a Master’s degree in IT/IS Security or related field from an accredited college or university, OR Master's degree in any field with 18 graduate credit hours in IT/IS Security. Five years of industry experience in IT/IS Security related field with direct experience in one of the areas to be taught. Requires certification in the area the candidate will teach, which may include the following relevant security areas: information security; Information assurance; IT security; data mining and analysis; intelligence analysis; penetration testing; network security; visual/link analysis; digital forensics; secure application development; data base; risk assessment; fraud; ethics. To apply and view full job description, visit https://jobs.ferris.edu. Ferris State University is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to inclusion and equity. Learn more about the Ferris mission, commitment to diversity and to equal opportunity, and dynamic, student-focused community at ferris.edu. Applicants requiring accommodation or assistance completing an application/participating in the hiring process should contact Human Resources at (231) 591-2150 or fsujobs@ferris.edu.
Prospect Management Analyst Multiple Locations
Prospect Management Analyst – Ferris State University. Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Advancement, the Prospect Management Analyst will assist in managing Advancement fundraising operations and fundraising needs. This position works independently and in collaboration with other staff to support the Advancement goals by identifying and qualifying annual, mid-level, major, planned and leadership gift prospects. In addition, this position creates written reports, profiles, and briefings for Advancement staff, including the President. The Prospect Management Analyst plays a key role in designing, managing and implementing a comprehensive prospect management and prospect system. The prospect management analyst will assist in functions that are essential to the efficient and effective execution of the University’s fundraising, volunteer engagement, and campaign efforts. This position will collaborate with all team members within University Advancement and Marketing, The Ferris Foundation, and colleagues across campus to ensure University Advancement is effectively building a culture of increasing philanthropy and volunteer leadership. The Prospect Management Analyst provides support to inform prospect management strategies for fundraising staff. This position will work with the AVP to build and maintain fundraising portfolios, implement methods to evaluate portfolio productivity, monitor fundraising activity, and help to ensure the effective and timely capture of relationship and constituent data. This position does have the ability to have a dual office reporting structure in Big Rapids and Grand Rapids. Required: Bachelor’s degree with at least 1-3 years of progressively responsible experience in research or prospect management/prospect development, or a combination of experience and education.
Director of Leadership Giving and Relationships, Assoc Dir of The Ferris Foundation Multiple Locations
Director of Leadership Giving and Relationships, Assoc Dir of The Ferris Foundation – Ferris State University. The Director of Leadership Giving and Relationships reports to the Associate Vice President for Advancement and will secure support for major gifts, planned giving, stewardship and fundraising initiatives for the University and to increase overall private support in West Michigan. Key to the success in this role will be the ability to increase Ferris’ presence in West Michigan, including Grand Rapids, and to engage key constituents in their support and partnerships with Ferris State University. This position will work closely with the Associate Vice President of Advancement in managing a leadership portfolio of donors, prospects and developing community-based initiatives and partnerships in West Michigan. This position will also serve as Associate Director, The Ferris Foundation. This position has a dual office reporting structure that includes both Grand Rapids and Big Rapids. Required: Bachelor’s degree with driver’s license. At least 7 years of progressively responsible and relevant fundraising experience at university or comparable non-profit organization; track record of organizing successful fundraising programs and in soliciting and closing major gifts using a well-disciplined moves management program; and inclusive, innovative and collaborative leader who thinks strategically and is results oriented. Demonstrated success in securing major gifts in higher educational setting, or comparable non-profit environment.
Assistant Professor - Diagnostic Medical Sonography Big Rapids, MI 49307
Assistant Professor - Diagnostic Medical Sonography – Ferris State University. 9-month tenure-track faculty position, which includes teaching and related responsibilities in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program. Responsibilities include preparing and delivering lectures; providing instruction, and preparing, administering, and grading examinations; advising students on related academic matters; engaging in scholarly activities and professional development; and serving on departmental and faculty committees to promote curriculum development within the College of Health Professions. The anticipated start date of this position is August 2024 at the earliest and January 2025 at the latest. However, these are a estimated dates and can be revised if needed. Required: Graduate from an accredited program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography or health related field. Must earn MS degree within three years of hire. American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) in Abdomen (AB), and Obstetrics & Gynecology (OB/GYN) with three years of clinical experience in direct patient care. To apply and view full job description, visit https://jobs.ferris.edu. Ferris State University is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to inclusion and equity. Learn more about the Ferris mission, commitment to diversity and to equal opportunity, and dynamic, student-focused community at ferris.edu. Applicants requiring accommodation or assistance completing an application/participating in the hiring process should contact Human Resources at (231) 591-2150 or fsujobs@ferris.edu.
Coordinator of Accreditation in the College of Arts, Sciences and Education Big Rapids, MI 49307
Coordinator of Accreditation in the College of Arts, Sciences and Education – Ferris State University. The College of Arts, Sciences and Education (CASE) seeks applications for an Accreditation Coordinator who will coordinate all aspects of national accreditation, including unit accreditation review, state and national pre-visits and visits, and manage the analysis and reporting of data. This position will work collaboratively with faculty, staff, administration, and students in the college to develop, implement, and monitor a system of assessment and continuous improvement to ensure programs are meeting learning outcomes and standards appropriate for accreditation and other reporting requirements. CASE currently has two accredited programs, the School of Education and the Social Work program. This position may also assist to improve our readiness for large Federal grants (FIPSE, HRSA, etc.) that require extensive data not typically collected or readily available at Ferris. This position will report directly to the CASE Dean and work closely with dept. chairs/heads that have accredited/specialized programs. The anticipated start date for this position is March 2024. However, this is an estimated date and can be revised if needed. Required: Master’s degree in Education, Social Work, Educational Leadership, Evaluation and Measurement or closely related field. Three years of experience working with accreditation, assessment, and evaluation. Experience with data aggregation, analysis and measurement techniques. Ability to complete tasks with accuracy, attention to detail, and thoroughness. Ability to work with a variety of systems and software tools to extract data and format into reports and to utilize critical thinking and analytical skills to analyze data and present results. Strong written and verbal skills. Experience in Higher Education. Experience working with students through tutoring and SLA.
Secretary Level 2 Big Rapids, MI 49307
Secretary Level 2 – Ferris State University. Provide basic, routine secretarial support by performing a combination of receptionist, bookkeeping, typing and clerical duties. The anticipated start date of this position is April 2024. However, this is an estimated date and can be revised if needed. Required: Satisfactory completion of two years college or equivalent such as military technical training or business/technical schooling. Two years full-time secretarial work experience to include bookkeeping, supervisory responsibility, and public contact.
Donor Events Specialist (REVISE/REPOST) Big Rapids, MI 49307
Donor Events Specialist (REVISE/REPOST)– Ferris State University. Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Advancement, the Donor Events Specialist at Ferris State University is responsible for implementation of the organization's events and special meetings, including fundraising events, donor relations events, dinner parties, and President’s Box for football and hockey, etc. The Donor Events Specialist will work closely with internal events constituents, including the Vice President for University Advancement and Marketing, Associate Vice Presidents, and Major Gifts and Alumni & Annual Giving teams. This position is responsible for maintaining communication and tactical relationships among events stakeholders including other university departments, corporate and community partners, and event entities. In this role, the Donor Events Specialist will interact with a variety of audiences, including donors, University leadership, Foundation, Alumni and advisory board members, and event sponsors. Facilitates completion of all proper paperwork (e.g., event checklists, expense tracking, etc.) according to business standards. Required: Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience with valid driver’s license. Three to five years of experience in event planning and/or donor relations, or combination of education and experience.
Senior Human Resources Generalist (REVISE/REPOST) Big Rapids, MI 49307
Senior Human Resources Generalist (REVISE/REPOST) – Ferris State University. 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 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 HR Generalist must have demonstrated strength in communicating effectively, timely and professionally. Proficiency with MS Office including Excel and the attentiveness to detail is required. This is not a remote position. This position can be located at either our Big Rapids Campus or our Grand Rapids Campus. If the incumbent is working from our Grand Rapids Campus, they will be required to work in Big Rapids a minimum of 2 days per week. Required: Bachelor’s degree in business with a human resources emphasis or a related field. At least two years of recent work experience in or related to Human Resources activities. Demonstrated recent experience with the recruitment and staffing process. Demonstrated proficiency with technology and ability to perform functions in MS Office Suite.
Safety Coordinator Big Rapids, MI 49307
Safety Coordinator – Ferris State University. Under the supervision of the Director of Safety, Health, Environmental and Risk Management, develop, implement and maintain safety programs in support of the University’s mission and in compliance with University policies and procedures, as well as state and federal regulations and standards to ensure the environmental health and safety of students, employees and visitors. Work in coordination with the campus community while providing guidance and consultation to University personnel regarding health and safety issues, such as, but not limited to, laboratory safety and health, hazardous materials, medical surveillance, MiOSHA regulations, lockout/tagout, respiratory protection, fire safety, etc. Required: Bachelor’s degree in Environmental, Health and Safety or related field (i.e. public health, chemistry, biology, or physics). Must have or possess the ability to secure any and all applicable certifications that pertain to the duties and responsibilities of this position within 18 months of employment. These will include, but not limited to, HAZMAT certification, MiOSHA Record keeping, incident analysis, and incident command. Work experience directly related to the responsibilities and duties of the position such as experience gained through an internship or other work environment. Experience working with federal and state environmental health and safety regulations. Experience in the use and operation of health and safety monitoring/testing equipment, including, but not limited to, gas monitors, indoor air quality equipment and personal protective equipment. Experience planning, organizing and facilitating group presentations.
Annual Giving Philanthropy Officer Big Rapids, MI 49307
Annual Giving Philanthropy Officer – Ferris State University. The Annual Giving Philanthropy Officer will support the Ferris Foundation and Advancement team in University Advancement and Marketing to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward a targeted portfolio of annual giving prospects. The ability to achieve success will be realized through strong internal partnerships as well as working with alumni, donors and friends of the university to help support Ferris’s commitment to student success in the achievement of a strong education by forging meaningful philanthropic relationships. Required: Bachelor’s degree with valid driver's license. Two – four years of professional experience involving cultivation, stewardship and fundraising, or a combination of education and experience.

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