Human Resources

Open Positions

 

 
     

 

 

 

Catalog and Library Assistant (Part Time)

Neumann University is currently seeking qualified applicants for the part time position of Catalog and Library Assistant. The general duties include providing circulation services in accordance to scheduling needs, provide copy cataloging in accordance with national and university guidelines, physical maintenance and repair of collection materials, informing collection management through selective acquisitions and weeding, shelving materials, and providing excellent service to all members of the university community. The position is 20 hours per week. Qualifications: B.A. or B.S. preferred, library experience helpful; excellent communication, interpersonal, and technology skills; attention to detail and organization skills; ability to handle multiple tasks as necessary; ability to work well independently and as part of a team. Candidate must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Franciscan mission of the University. Interested candidates should forward a resume, along with contact information for three references to:

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

 

Director of Enrollment Information Systems

Neumann University is currently seeking qualified applicants for the full-time position of Director of Enrollment Information Systems. This position oversees all reporting, data analysis, decision support and predictive modeling in support of the strategic enrollment plan for the division of enrollment management. Ensures effectiveness and efficiency of administrative processes conducted by departments within Enrollment Management by supporting existing information systems and managing the implementation of new technologies where needed. This role acts as a liaison with University departments, most especially Institutional Research and Information Technology & Resources, as well as external University partners. Primary responsibilities include: provide project management and manage implementation for new technologies and initiatives introduced in the Enrollment Management departments (Undergraduate Admission, Adult and Graduate Admission and Financial Aid); plan for integration with existing information systems, managing relationships with outside venders or internal IT resources when needed to ensure project goals are met, testing and providing training and documentation to the impacted departments on new technologies and initiatives; support annual financial aid setup by meeting with and providing data to external. consultants and internal constituents to assist in the development of a financial aid packaging strategy; responsible for implementing annual automated financial aid packaging changes in the internal IT Department to ensure that the necessary programming changes are completed; provide support to all departments within the Division of Enrollment Management when issues are reported with existing information systems; provide data to assist with strategic decision making within Enrollment Management division; maintain knowledge of current policies, laws, trends and developments in the field by reading appropriate policy notices, interpretations and attending training sessions, meetings, and conferences; analyze and provide projected trends (global, national, regional, state and institutional) in enrollment and admissions that are critical to campus planning and meeting the enrollment goals. Qualifications required: Bachelor’s Degree required, knowledge of higher education, enrollment management, recruitment, admissions, institutional research, financial assistance and higher education data systems strongly preferred; data analytic experience required; knowledge of data reporting software, statistical, forecasting and relational database access tools; knowledge of data visualization tools; planning and project leadership skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills, report writing skills; strong Excel and Word skills.

 

Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Franciscan mission of the University. Qualified candidates may submit a resume to:

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

Contract and Grants Accountant (Title III Strengthening Institutions Federal Grant)

Neumann University is seeking a qualified Contract and Grants Accountant who reports to the Controller (in support of the Title III Project Coordinator). The position is funded/partially funded (through 2023) by a Title III Federal Grant. The position performs daily contract, grant and research accounting duties and provides analysis and reports. Duties include preparing reports for outside agencies. Responsibilities include: review contract proposals to private and governmental entities for compliance with the University’s accounting policies and procedures; review contract grant budgets with Controller and Grant Program Coordinator; initiate and monitor billing for contracts; monitor budgets for contracts and grants; initiate ACH and wire transfer requests from governmental agencies; prepare various governmental agencies’ quarterly financial reports; assist in the preparation of annual governmental reports (i.e. A-133) and assist with other governmental reports (AOR, FISAP; provide additional analyses, tasks and year-end audit support as required by the Controller.

Qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting; three years of experience in contract or grant accounting; extensive familiarity with spreadsheets and word processing computer software programs; excellent communication skills in both oral and written format; skilled in matters of technology (power point presentations, web/portal technology, database maintenance) and basic software applications such as Word, Excel, and Outlook; strong communication, interpersonal, problem-solving, and organizational skills; ability to work with sensitive and confidential information; demonstrates attention to detail and accuracy; ability to work independently with a high level of accuracy and proficiency. Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Catholic Franciscan Mission of the University.  Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and current resume, along with a list of references (incl. names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses) to: 

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

 

Institutional Research Assistant (Title III Strengthening Institutions Federal Grant)

Neumann University is seeking a qualified Institutional Research Assistant who reports to the Director of Institutional Research and Assessment (in support of the Title III Project Coordinator). The position is part-time (20 hours per week) and grant funded (through 2023). The position supports the Director in the implementation of a comprehensive research plan to document the success rates of student support initiatives; administers survey instruments to assess the goals and objectives of the Title III Grant; and organizes a quarterly report of the research findings for the Title III Project Coordinator and external evaluator. Responsibilities include: maintain a longitudinal electronic file to track the progress of the participating students; administer Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) every other spring term; administer all Title III testing and surveys; complete all required Title III reports in a timely fashion; gather, analyze and report data; assist with the completion of quarterly research reports and the impact study in year 5 of the grant. Qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree; minimum of two years of relevant experience preferably in higher education; proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point and Access); ability to work with sensitive and confidential material; demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy is required; ability to work independently with a high level of accuracy and proficiency; excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Catholic Franciscan Mission of the University. Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and current resume, along with a list of references (incl. names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses) to:

 

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

 

Purchasing - Procurement Specialist

Neumann University is currently seeking qualified applicants for the full-time position of Purchasing – Procurement Specialist. This position reports to the Controller and is responsible for the overall purchasing function of the University including the creation and implementation of policies and procedures following best practices in procurement. Duties and responsibilities include: negotiate prices, terms and conditions of purchases; coordinate, monitor, research quality and price (value) and approve the purchase of routine supplies; prepare purchase orders and bid requests and obtain W9 for all vendors; reconciliation of open purchase orders and closure at year end; review bid proposals and negotiate contracts within budgetary limitations and scope of authority; maintain procurement records and inventories while effectively monitoring vendor performance; research and recommend vendors; research, coordinate and negotiate copier, printer and scanners contracts; furniture procurement; monthly sales tax reports; audit of departments/divisions expenses as directed by the Controller and VPFA.

 

In addition this position will assist (as needed) with student accounts and the business office front desk operations; reconciliations of certain general ledger accounts on a monthly basis as well as certain annual audit report preparation; bank treasury website deposit review, cash receipt and EFT general ledger entries (CREN); process student account refunds and loan returns and coordinate and process certain state grant checks.

 

Qualifications include: Associates degree (or equivalent experience) or undergraduate degree; a minimum of five (5) years procurement experience; excellent analytical and computer skills as well as excellent interpersonal and customer service skills are required; ability to work independently, effectively solve problems, and collaborate with other employees. Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Franciscan mission of the University. Qualified candidates may submit a resume to:

 

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

Instructional Designer (Academic Affairs)

Neumann University is currently seeking qualified applicants for the full-time position of Instructional Designer to begin in January of 2019. The Instructional Designer is responsible for maintaining and updating highly interactive online learning content for graduate and undergraduate courses at Neumann University. Neumann University’s Instructional Designer will complete multiple projects and will be accountable for delivering work by prescribed deadlines. Reporting directly to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, she/he will work with faculty to collaboratively plan, design, and/or revise online course materials for graduate and undergraduate courses.  The Instructional Designer will also be responsible for translating on-campus (“brick and mortar”) classes into online classes using the university’s LMS (Blackboard).  She/he will provide one-on-one service to faculty in various subject areas and work as part of a team to ensure courses meet quality and faculty standards. The Instructional Designer will update training materials including self-help documents, online tutorials, and other multimedia materials to assist both faculty and students with the use of course management tools and other technologies. The Instructional Designer will also have the experience and demonstrated skills to create engaging, active, and experiential learning activities online that go beyond the discussion board. Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Instructional Design or closely related field with at least 3 years of instructional design experience including online delivery of self-produced content. Experience should also include Windows and Mac OS, Blackboard, Canvas, Camtasia, Articulate, Adobe E-Learning Suite, Video Editing software or similar Learning Management System, and real-time web conferencing. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Required Skills & Abilities: Knowledge of online instructional design techniques; demonstrated verbal and written communication skills along with the ability to effectively interact with a diverse group of faculty and staff; proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite; familiarity with copyright and intellectual property standards for course development; demonstrated expertise in instructional design software, including Camtasia, Articulate, Adobe E-Learning Suite, Video Editing software, and other design tools; ability to design instructional materials that meet current ADA standards; familiarity with Quality Matters rubrics and certification; knowledge of real time video integration (Flipgrid); demonstrated strong customer service orientation along with the ability to effectively interact with diverse groups of individuals.

 

Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Franciscan mission of the University. Interested, qualified candidates should forward a resume and salary requirements, along with the contact information for three references to: 

 

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

Administrative Assistant General Counsel/Center for Leadership

Neumann University is seeking a qualified Administrative Assistant to support the Office of General Counsel/Center for Leadership. This part-time position provides administrative and clerical support to the Office of General Counsel/Center for Leadership. (The position is grant funded and may not be institutionalized beyond the end of the grant funding). It is a requirement to understand duties of confidentiality, attorney-client privilege, and the attorney work-product doctrine. Responsibilities include: Assist General Counsel with incoming calls, emails, and calendar scheduling; type letters, contracts, templates and other assigned documents; create basic form documents as instructed; scan all executed contracts to assist in the building of a University contract database; process internal departmental paperwork; event coordination; act as initial contact for OGC/CFL; coordinate contracts, waivers, document productions and grant documentation; maintain office supplies and ordering; coordinate scheduling for and have regular interaction with multiple internal and external partners of the University; assist with the Center for Leadership documentation. Qualifications include: the ability to maintain confidentiality, work independently after provided instructions/tasks, work professionally and effectively with others; secretarial experience preferred; full knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of programming including Power Point, Excel, and Wufoo exporting. Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Catholic Franciscan Mission of the University. Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and current resume, along with a list of references (incl. names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses) to:

 

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

 

Administrative Assistant (Title III Strengthening Institutions Federal Grant)

Neumann University is seeking a qualified Administrative Assistant to support the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Title III Project Coordinator. The position is part-time (20 hours per week) and grant funded (through 2023). Responsibilities include: Organize and maintain all Title III related records, including monthly activity reports from Title III Project Coordinator and Activity Director; collect weekly time and effort sheets from all grant-funded positions; create and distribute a monthly Title III newsletter to the Neumann University community; record and distribute minutes from monthly meetings of the Title III Task Force; record and Distribute minutes from the quarterly Title III Steering Committee meetings; direct budget-related materials to the University’s grants accountant. Qualifications include: High school diploma; high level typing skills; proficiency in grammar, punctuation and proofreading; demonstrable computer skills; demonstrable proficiency with Microsoft applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint; two years previous secretarial experience in a higher education setting preferred; strong interpersonal skills and excellent telephone skills; ability to work independently; attention to detail; excellent organizational skills; ability to manage multiple tasks and adhere to deadlines. Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Catholic Franciscan Mission of the University. Interested applicants should submit a letter of application and current resume, along with a list of references (incl. names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses) to:

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 


 

FACULTY POSITIONS:

 

Assistant Professor of Biology, Division of Arts and Sciences

August 2019 

Neumann University invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Biology position to begin in August 2019.

 

The Biology major at Neumann is well-respected in the tri-state region for producing graduates who have a solid grasp of the subject matter as well as hands-on practical experience. Our clinical laboratory science graduates have enjoyed 100% job placement for the last nine years. Recent graduates in our biology general track have pursued graduate and professional education as well as jobs in industry. In Spring 2018, we were designated as a SEA-PHAGES institution through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. In less than six months, our biology majors isolated ten new phages.

 

We are hoping to hire a colleague who can contribute in substantive ways to our biology program. The successful candidate will be able to teach a range of courses across the student experience, including Principles of Biology for non-science majors, General Biology I & II, Genetics, and the Senior Seminar capstone course. The ability to teach any of the following courses would be considered a plus: Plant Biology, Ecology, and/or Environmental Studies (for non-majors).

 

The standard teaching load at Neumann University is twelve credits per academic semester. Neumann expects full-time faculty to engage in scholarship and research on an ongoing basis, to perform committee service and academic advising, and to engage in community service, broadly defined. Candidates should be aware that Neumann University does not have a system of tenure, but instead offers faculty a policy-governed system of promotion and increasingly extended contracts with faculty seniority.

 

For full consideration, applications must include the following materials: (1) a letter of interest that addresses the candidate’s experience teaching undergraduate courses as well as the candidate’s appreciation for, and congruence with, the Catholic Franciscan mission of the University; (2) a curriculum vitae; (3) copies of graduate transcripts (official copies will be required at the time of hire); and, if applicable, (4) teaching evaluations, a sample syllabus, and/or other evidence of demonstrated excellence in undergraduate instruction. Letters of recommendation are not required at the initial stages of the review process, but will be solicited of all finalist candidates.

 

Review of applications will begin on Monday, February 11, 2019, and continue until the position is filled. We hope to Skype with semi-finalist candidates in February, with finalists visiting the campus in March, weather permitting. Applications may be addressed to:

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

 

 

Assistant Professor of English, Division of Arts and Sciences

August 2019 

Neumann University invites applications for an Assistant Professor of English position, scheduled to begin in August 2019.

 

Neumann University has a successful record of moving incoming first-year students from the beginning stages of writing development to a developing level. We are hoping to hire a colleague who can assist us in strengthening our writing across the curriculum programming to help more of our student populations achieve proficiency and mastery. The successful candidate will be able to teach beginning composition courses (ENG 101-102) as well as upper-level writing courses in the major. To qualify for rank as an assistant professor, the successful candidate must hold a Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition, English, or a related field. Candidates with experience in writing-across-the-curriculum programs will be preferred.

 

Normally, the standard teaching load at Neumann University is twelve credits per academic semester. Because this person will serve as our writing across the curriculum coordinator, the teaching expectation will be reduced to nine credits per academic semester. As coordinator, this person will manage the ENG 101 and 102 courses and will work with faculty members in other disciplines to identify appropriate ways to scaffold upper-level courses to move students to writing proficiency and/or mastery. Additionally, as with any full-time faculty position at Neumann, we will expect the person to engage in scholarship on an ongoing basis and to engage in community service, broadly defined. Candidates should be aware that Neumann University does not have a system of tenure, but instead offers faculty a policy-governed system of promotion and increasingly extended contracts with faculty seniority.

 

For full consideration, applications must include the following materials: (1) a letter of interest that addresses the candidate’s experience teaching undergraduate courses as well as the candidate’s appreciation for, and congruence with, the Catholic Franciscan mission of the University; (2) a curriculum vitae; (3) copies of graduate transcripts (official copies will be required at the time of hire); and, if applicable, (4) teaching evaluations, a sample syllabus, and/or other evidence of demonstrated excellence in undergraduate instruction. Letters of recommendation are not required at the initial stages of the review process, but will be solicited of all finalist candidates.

 

Review of applications will begin on Monday, February 11, 2019, and continue until the position is filled. We hope to Skype with semi-finalist candidates in February, with finalists visiting the campus in March, weather permitting. Applications may be addressed to:

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

 

Doctoral Program, Counselor Education and Supervision, Full Time Faculty Position

The Counselor Education and Supervision Ph.D. program at Neumann University is seeking an individual at the level of assistant or associate professor to begin Fall 2019. This counseling program specializes in spiritual and pastoral integration, and is pursuing CACREP accreditation. The regular course load at Neumann University in this program is 3 (fall), 3 (spring), and 2 (summer), and positions are 12 months.

 

All applicants also need to demonstrate a background in clinical mental health counseling, with corresponding state license or associate license, and experience with spiritual/pastoral integration with clinical aspects of therapy.

 

In addition to teaching, the successful candidate will demonstrate competence in research design and methodology and assist with dissertations; facilitate the IRB processes; guide doctoral dissertation committees; and provide oversight to doctoral students in our Ph.D. program.

 

Qualifications include the ability to be considered a CACREP core faculty, which includes either:  

 

  • a doctoral degree from a counselor education program from a CACREP accredited program; or
  • a doctoral degree in a related field (e.g., Counseling Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family) AND employment as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for at least a full academic year BEFORE July 1, 2013.
Applicants must give evidence of identification with the counseling profession through memberships, credentials, professional development, service, and scholarly activities. Position requires an appreciation and congruence with the Catholic, Franciscan mission of the University, and demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching.
 
Qualified candidates are to send their cover letter, curriculum vitae, copies of relevant credentials, original transcripts, and three [3] letters of references to:

 

 

Adjunct Instructors, Division of Arts and Sciences

Spring 2019

Neumann University’s Division of Arts and Sciences is hiring part-time faculty adjuncts for the Spring 2019 semester. We are interested in colleagues who can teach Art History (ART 102) and Public Speaking (CDM 206). Public Speaking Adjuncts would be required to work with high school students from our partner schools throughout our service areas either on-site or using distance technology on the Neumann campus. Qualified candidates must possess either a completed master’s degree or a terminal degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the field for which they are applying to teach. All prospective candidates must have an appreciation for, and congruence with, the Catholic Franciscan mission of the University. To apply please submit an application letter, current curriculum vitae with list of references (incl. names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses), and documentation of effective teaching to:  

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

Adjunct Instructors, Division of Arts and Sciences

Spring 2019 

Neumann University’s Division of Arts and Sciences is hiring part-time faculty adjuncts in Science for the Spring 2019 semester. We are interested in colleagues who can teach General Biology lecture and labs, a Genetics lab, and Microbiology lecture and labs. Qualified candidates must possess either a completed master’s degree or a terminal degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the field for which they are applying to teach. All prospective candidates must have an appreciation for, and congruence with, the Catholic Franciscan mission of the University.

 

To apply please submit an application letter, current curriculum vitae with list of references (incl. names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses), and documentation of effective teaching to:

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

 

Nursing Faculty: Full-Time

Medical-Surgical

The Division of Nursing and Health Sciences, invites applicants for full-time faculty position in adult-gerontology.

 

Qualifications: master’s degree in area of specialization and recent clinical experience required. Doctoral degree in nursing or related field, and teaching experience preferred. Must be eligible for unencumbered Registered Nurse licensure in Pennsylvania and Delaware, and meet background study requirements according to institutional regulations, and Pennsylvania and Delaware statutes.

 

Qualified candidates must have an appreciation for and congruence with the Catholic Franciscan Mission of the University.

 

Along with a letter of application and vita, the names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of at least three references must be included. Please send all application material as requested for the above position to:

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

Master's Program in Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Full-Time Clinical Counseling Faculty and Academic Unit Leader 

The Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Neumann University, a CACREP accredited program, is seeking an individual at the level of assistant or associate professor with strong skills to teach, supervise and advise across the various courses in the curriculum. This position will begin Fall 2019 and might also provide the opportunity for academic unit leadership.
Qualifications include either:

 

  • a doctoral degree from a counselor education program, preferably from a CACREP accredited program; or
  • a doctoral degree in a related field (e.g., Counseling Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family) AND employment as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for at least a full academic year  BEFORE July 1, 2013.

 

All applicants must demonstrate a background in clinical mental health counseling with licensure or license eligibility and experience with spiritual/pastoral integration with clinical aspects of therapy. Applicants must give evidence of identification with the counseling profession through memberships, credentials, professional development, service, and scholarly activities. Neumann University is grounded in the tradition and values of the Franciscan mission, and applicants should show an appreciation for and congruence with this tradition along with demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching.

 

Review of applications will begin January 15, 2019 and conclude when the position is filled. Qualified candidates are to send their cover letter, curriculum vitae, original transcripts for terminal degree, and three [3] references to:

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V

 

 

 

Rocco Abessinio Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship Studies
Division of Business and Information Management

Thanks to a generous donation provided by entrepreneur Rocco Abessinio, Neumann University is seeking a visiting Professor to lead a new minor in Entrepreneurial Studies. This is a one-year position, renewable for three years, which will start in the spring of 2019. The visiting Professor will report to the Dean of the Business and Information Management division and develop and teach courses in the new minor, advise students, and lead the effort to create a business innovation and incubator lab for new business opportunities for students within and outside the University.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The visiting Professor will teach 6 classes per year within the division. The Professor will work with the Faculty within the division and the University to develop the curriculum for the minor, on topics such as social entrepreneurship/enterprise, social/environmental justice, legal concepts, funding, start-up development and organizational leadership. The faculty member will advise all students with the minor and assist in the creation of an entrepreneurial innovation and incubator lab. In addition, the visiting professor will help coordinate the speaker series associated with Neumann’s entrepreneurship program.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ideal candidates will have a clear understanding and a track record of entrepreneurship, in both profit and nonprofit ventures;
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills are required to be able to articulate that vision to students, faculty, parents, and donors;
  • Ph.D. in Entrepreneurship, Economics, Finance, Business, Management, Leadership, Organizational Behavior or Development, Public Management or a related field preferred although individuals with comparable work experience are welcome to apply;
  • Extensive practical/professional experience within entrepreneurship, and/or management experience;
  • Experience teaching at University level in a business related field;
  • Commitment to the role and mission of a Catholic and Franciscan Liberal Arts University.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Candidates must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the Franciscan mission of the University. Qualified candidates should forward a resume and wage requirements, along with the contact information for three references to:

 

Neumann University
David W. Brownlee
Vice President for Human Resources & Risk Management
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298


humanresources@neumann.edu
EOE M/F/D/V