Opportunities at UMO

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Full Time Openings

Faculty

Tillman School of Business

Accounting

The University of Mount Olive, Tillman School of Business (TSB) invites applications for a 9 1/2 -month, full time, Accounting Faculty position. The Tillman School of Business (TSB) undergraduate traditional program in Accounting is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Accounting is one of several areas that compose the business core in TSB. Accounting courses are taught in the following formats: Traditional seated and non-traditional online (graduate and undergraduate).

Position Description:
Preference will be given to applicants that have qualifications that enable them to teach in areas of financial and managerial accounting, intermediate, tax, auditing and governmental.  In addition, experience and/or certifications that allow application of data analytics and problem-solving skills in the areas of cybersecurity and/or forensic accounting is desired. The ideal candidate will be interested in research as well as applying what he/she teaches. Responsibilities include teaching a combination of undergraduate and graduate MBA courses in accounting and related subject areas, four courses in fall and spring semesters, respectively. Faculty are required to be contributing members of the department, business school and university.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master of Accounting or Master of Science in Accounting in addition to a CPA license. Degree(s) must be from regionally accredited institution(s).

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. or DBA in accounting or related field.
  • Industry/professional experience strongly preferred.

Compensation and Academic Rank:
Commensurate with education and experience. UMO offers a competitive fringe benefit program including health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance.

Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and graduate and undergraduate transcripts to: Manager of Faculty Records/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: facultyapplication@umo.edu.

 

Program Director Aviation UMO

The University of Mount Olive invites applications for a 9-month, full-time, Aviation Faculty (Program Director Aviation UMO) position for its new Aviation and Business Management (ABM) programs (Pilot Manned degree and Pilot Unmanned degree). This individual would serve as the primary faculty and advisor for the Aviation programs, working together with the Tillman School of Business and the lead flight instructor at the Mt. Olive Municipal Airport

Minimum Qualifications

Four Year Degree, Masters or higher preferred, from an accredited University in Aviation e.g., BS (Professional Aeronautics), (Master’s or Higher Preferred) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with Minor in Management

Mandatory Federal Aviation Administration Certificates/Ratings

  1. Airline Transport Pilot Certificate or Commercial Pilot Certificate
  2. Instrument Rated
  3. Certified Flight Instructor Certificate*, with Instrument/Multi-Engine
  4. Certified Ground Instructor (Advanced)

 *NOTE: For the Certified Flight Instructor Certificate requirement above, applicant should have a minimum of 500 to 1000 flight hours of teaching flight instruction in the aircraft. 

To qualify as Director of the Pilot Unmanned degree (UAS), candidate should:

  1. Have a current Remote Pilot Certificate.
  2. Be fully aware of FAA regulations necessary to complete Part 107 certification if a first-time pilot, or if the student holds Part 61 Certificate or Part 141 Certificate.

Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and graduate and undergraduate transcripts to: Cindi Wellinger/Executive Assistant to the VPAA/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: facultyapplication@umo.edu.

 

School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences

Plant Science

The University of Mount Olive is private faith based liberal arts institution and the only private university in NC offering multiple degrees in agriculture and agribusiness. The University has over 1000 traditional undergraduate students and the School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences over 300 of these attendees seeking undergraduate degrees in agricultural and biological fields of study. The campus is located in eastern NC about one hour east of Raleigh and one hour west of Wilmington located on the NC coast. The University is located in Wayne County and in the heart of the agricultural industry in NC.

The School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences is seeking applicants for a full-time (12 month) Assistant Professor faculty position beginning Fall 2021 (August 1, 2021 start date). The candidate sought should have qualifications enabling them to teach in the areas of horticulture, plant science, plant biotechnology, and other related areas as qualified. The School focuses on applied learning experiences for students and supports the delivery of hands-on experiential learning.

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching undergraduate classes and labs delivered in a seated format. Teaching responsibilities will include preparation and teaching of lower and upper-level undergraduate courses. Demonstrated success as an instructor and in the application of innovative and hands-on teaching techniques is preferred. In addition, experience and/or certifications that allow application of principles and theories related to the field of study is also desired. Candidates will have the use of and be involved in the direction of production practices and management of a campus greenhouse, arboretum, and a horticultural/agronomic crops unit at the Kornegay Student Farm during the semester and through the summer.

The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the undergraduate mission of the School and University. The candidate would also participate in School activities, collegiate club activities, student farm development, and other facility enhancement projects.

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidates must have a M.S. with 18 hours in the teaching discipline: horticulture, plant science, crop science, or related fields or have comparable industry/work experience or a combination of both.

Preferred Qualifications:

A Ph.D. in the teaching discipline to include: horticulture, plant science, crop science, or related fields or have comparable industry/work experience or a combination of both.

To apply: Send cover letter, resume, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts which must be sent directly from the institutions to: facultyapplication@umo.edu or mail to:

Manager of Faculty Records
University of Mount Olive
634 Henderson St
Mount Olive, NC 28365

Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until this position is filled.

 

Biology

The School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at the University of Mount Olive seeks applicants for a Full-time 9-month faculty position in the Department of Environmental and Biological Science starting in Fall of 2021. The ideal candidate will be expected to teach courses in general biology for majors and non-majors and courses in the newly created biotechnology curriculum. The candidate will also be expected to provide academic advising to students, participate in club activities, and integrate into the campus community.  Candidates must have a strong commitment to effective teaching and mentoring undergraduates.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Minimum Qualifications:

MS in Biology, Biotechnology or related discipline

Preferred Qualifications:

Ph.D. in Biology (Biology, Biotechnology, Biomedical Sciences or related discipline)

To apply: Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and graduate and undergraduate transcripts via email to: facultyapplication@umo.edu or mail to:

Manager of Faculty Records
University of Mount Olive
634 Henderson St
Mount Olive, NC 28365

Unofficial transcripts will suffice for initial consideration, but official transcripts will be required before an on-campus interview.

School of Arts and Sciences

Director of Family Nurse Practitioner

The Division of Nursing at the University of Mount Olive seeks applications for a Director of Family Nurse Practitioner(FNP) Program to join our faculty in Mount Olive, North Carolina. We are seeking an individual to build a Master of Science in Nursing program for a Family Nurse Practitioner Track.

The position will be full-time faculty position, beginning in January, 2021.

Requirements:

  • Teach 12 hours of faulty load per year which may include traditional, non-traditional, and online.
  • Design program so that candidates may successfully complete the Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Exam as administered by AANPCB.
  • Candidate should have experience with SACSCOC accreditation and Substantive Change Policies.
  • Candidates MUST hold national FNP certification.
  • An earned doctorate in nursing or related field is preferred. Recent FNP clinical experience preferred.
  • Candidates ability to show evidence of effective teaching with a minimum of one-year teaching experience at the graduate level in nursing.
  • Candidates must also hold a current unencumbered license to practice in the state of North Carolina.

Minimum Qualifications:

Doctoral Degree in Nursing or related field with FNP license.

Directions:

Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, statement of research interests, list of three references, and graduate and undergraduate transcripts to: Manager of Faculty Records/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: facultyapplication@umo.edu.

 

Director of MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program

 Position Description:
Preference will be given to applicants that demonstrate knowledge, experience, and skill set to serve as academic program leader, to articulate program vision within the context of the University’s mission, to assist with CACREP accreditation process. The ideal candidate will demonstrate problem-solving skills, ability to manage data, and understand human behavior. Responsibilities include teaching online graduate Counseling courses, advise students, mentor program faculty, coordinate course rotation schedules, guide assessment plan, develop annual reports. Faculty are required to be contributing members of the department, the school and university.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Doctorate degree in Counselor Education or closely related doctorate degree. Degree(s) must be from regionally accredited institution(s).
  • Active and unrestricted Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor from NCBLCMHC within six months of employment.
  • Eligible for LCMHC Supervisor designation within one year of employment.

Preferred Qualifications: .

  • Experience developing and/or teaching graduate online Counseling courses within CACREP-accredited program/s.
  • Demonstrated effective leadership within higher education.
  • Professional counseling experience strongly preferred.
  • Graduate from a CACREP-accredited program.

Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and graduate and undergraduate transcripts to: Manager of Faculty Records/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: facultyapplication@umo.edu.

 

Faculty position within MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program

 Position Description:
Preference will be given to applicants that demonstrate knowledge, experience, and skill set to teach online across the counseling curriculum, to mentor students, to participate effectively with the CACREP accreditation process, and to develop and deliver optimum quality online instruction. Responsibilities include teaching online graduate counseling courses; design courses in alignment to CACREP standards; member of applicant interview committee; advising, supervising, and assessing graduate students in the counseling program; assist with program development and assessment; collaborate with areas of the university; teach an annual load of 24 semester hours. Faculty are required to be contributing members of the department, the school and university.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Doctorate degree in Counselor Education. Degree(s) must be from regionally accredited institution(s).
  • Active and unrestricted National Certified Counselor; and, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor from NCBLCMHC; and, or other related clinical professional license within six months of employment.
  • Eligible for LCMHC Supervisor designation within one year of employment.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience developing and/or teaching graduate online Counseling courses within CACREP-accredited program/s.
  • Demonstrated evidence of counseling professional identity.
  • Professional counseling experience strongly preferred.
  • Supervision of field practicum and/or internship.
  • Graduate from a CACREP-accredited program.

Compensation and Academic Rank:
Commensurate with education and experience. UMO offers a competitive fringe benefit program including health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance

Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and graduate and undergraduate transcripts to: Manager of Faculty Records/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: facultyapplication@umo.edu.

Staff and Administrative

Vice President for Academic Affairs

The University of Mount Olive invites dynamic leaders with a demonstrated focus on academic excellence, student success, and commitment to equity and inclusion to apply for the strategic position of Vice President for Academic Affairs.

The Vice President for Academics (VPAA) reports directly to the president and provides innovative leadership for the university and faculty to ensure the mission is served, strategic goals are met, and the University’s institutional core Values of “Honesty and Trustworthiness, Justice and Courage, Responsibility and Gratitude, and Caring and Respect” are reflected in educational practices.

Responsibilities:

  • The VPAA is the chief academic officer of the University and has the responsibility for managing all educational programs
  • The VPAA must be able to lead traditional and nontraditional student programs with a commitment to innovations in curriculum and programming, to teamwork in operating style, and to develop outstanding quality in every facet of University development
  • The VPAA must demonstrate intellectual vision, the skill and vigor to implement institutional goals and objectives, and have a clear understanding of the role and potential of liberal arts education
  • The VPAA is responsible for developing, interpreting, monitoring, and assuring compliance with University policies and procedures that affect the Academic Affairs areas of the University
  • Serves as a member of the Executive Council
  • Perform additional duties and responsibilities as required

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A doctorate degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • Three (3) years of full-time teaching experience in a credited curriculum at the post-secondary level
  • Five (5) years of experience as an academic administrator at the department/division chair level or above in a community college and/or university setting; one (1) year as a student service administrator

Essential Background, Experience, and Skills Licensures:

  • Commitment to innovations in curriculum & programming
  • Teamwork in operating style
  • Successful teaching experience at the university level
  • Demonstrated appreciation for scholarly work
  • Experience with faculty development
  • Experience with traditional and nontraditional programs
  • Demonstrated strong leadership, management, interpersonal, and customer service skills
  • Experience guiding the academic program review/assessment process

Accommodations:

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.

Applicants must submit a current resume, cover letter addressing the position, and a list containing 3 professional references to include their contact information and relationship to you (supervisor, direct report, etc.) to:­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ cwilcox@umo.edu.  Accepting applications until position is filled.

Admissions Representative - Adult and Graduate Program (Remote)

The University of Mount Olive has an opening for an Admissions Representative. This position will work remotely but the candidate will be required to report to Durham or Mount Olive for occasional training sessions.

The Admissions Representative is responsible for (a) enrolling appropriate students in University offerings, (b) creating a distinctively positive enrollment experience for all prospective students, (c) setting and modeling high service standards for timeliness and helpfulness, and (d) maintaining detailed records and ensuring accurate data management. This involves identifying the prospective student’s goals, objections, and any obstacles which may prevent their academic success, articulating a response to them that addresses these, assisting them through the point of matriculation, and finally, ensuring a smooth hand-off to the advising unit after the student starts classes.

Role Responsibilities:
– Respond to new inquiries within the specified time frame.
– Advance prospective students through the stages of enrollment.
– Construct genuine relationships with prospective students.
– Complete the application files of assigned prospective students.
– Admit appropriate students according to relevant guidelines.
– Confirm payment arrangements for assigned students’ first term and assist students with the financial aid process.
– Handoff the student relationship to the assigned Academic Advisor after a specified period.

Role-specific Competencies:
– Direct sales. Employ a consultative, relationship-building sales approach in interactions with prospective learners.
– Organization & attention to detail. Record all interactions with prospective students in the designated system and track all documents.
– Interpersonal skills. Build rapport with prospective students through an extended sales cycle using telephone, e-mail, Zoom, and other personal communications.
– Resourcefulness. Draw on the full resources of the university in advocacy for prospective students and enrolled learners.
– Knowledge management. Develop an in-depth knowledge of the university’s offerings and their distinguishing characteristics; exhibit a consistent proactive tendency to share and draw upon best practices; and contribute constructively to process refinement.
– Persistence. Demonstrate tenacity in follow-through with assigned prospective students.

Universal Competencies:

  •  Integrity. Possess exemplary personal integrity, demonstrated in an ability to set accurate expectations for prospective students.
  • Computer literacy. Possess proficiency in common personal productivity, network applications, and database systems. Experience with a CRM is a plus.
  • Writing skills. Be able to generate professional correspondence via e-mail and letters.
  • Organization/Administration skills. Be able to follow detailed administrative processes for data management and record-keeping.
  • Flexibility. Be able to work in a fast-paced ever-changing environment with a wide variety of people.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required. This position requires strong organizational skills, excellent communication and computer skills, and the ability to work independently as well as with a team. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of at least three professional references by email to: lnuesell@umo.edu.  Accepting applications until position is filled.

Assistant Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations

The University of Mount Olive has an immediate opening for an Assistant Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Providing Institutional Advancement support to members of the Original Free Will Baptist denomination
    • As requested coordinate University speakers at church services, women’s auxiliary conventions, study courses, women’s auxiliary retreats, etc.
    • Serve as UMO Representative at the FWB Youth Convention
  • Preparing or assisting in all church related communications
    • Reports for annual conferences and convention materials
    • Monthly E-newsletter to FWBs
    • Prepare monthly materials for the OFWB Community magazine
  • Maintain files, databases, and information vital to the success of the Church Relations Program
  • Planning and implementation of the fall Church Dinner Program
  • Annual endowed scholarship report compilation and communication to donors
  • Serve as a staff liaison with Financial Aid and Business Office
    • Ensure donor intent is being followed
    • Communicate with donors regarding student scholarship recipients and related
    • Develop a thank you note program from recipients sent to donor’s annually
  • Make changes to and add new scholarships in database
  • Maintain current contact information for primary scholarship donors
  • Coordinate annual Donor Honor Roll list
  • Plan and implement any giving society or recognition events for Advancement
  • Assist Advancement staff on donor communications including:
    • Assist in writing donor highlight stories for assorted communication pieces and university social media
    • Gift acknowledgement letters that are sent daily (editing and writing)
    • Recognize new donors with a new donor packet
    • Recognize donors who are new to our giving societies
    • Assist in the disbursement of the Annual Impact Report
  • Demonstrated success in one-on-one communications and relationship-building with donors and prospects
  • A commitment to continuing education in the field stewardship and donor relations
  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor at all times
  • Required schedule: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. M-F plus some evenings and weekend work
  • This position demands accuracy, honesty, integrity and the ability to work within the covenant of the University of Mount Olive

Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred. This position requires at least four years in community engagement in the non-profit sector and requires a demonstrated track record of networking and building relationships with stakeholders. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of at least three professional references by email to: jgipe@umo.edu.  Accepting applications until position filled.

Academic Evaluation Coordinator

University of Mount Olive at the Mount Olive location has an immediate opening for an Academic Evaluation Coordinator for traditional students.

Responsibilities include:

  • Evaluates transcripts from all Non – Trad locations.
  • Prepares and distributes curriculum evaluation sheets
  • Update transcripts to college database.
  • Provide data to student records specialists.
  • Advises students about transfer work.
  • Certifies candidates for graduation.
  • Manages the certification of veterans qualifying for veteran’s benefits.
  • Assists in the processing of student information including grades, transcripts, biographical information, student schedules drop/add, master class schedules, and financial information grades, advisor/advisee packets and financial information.
  • Coordinate with the Registrar and Data Management in preparation of selected reports: Registration reports, retention study, student’s right to know, Dean’s and President’s lists, Probation Exclusive report, billing reports, work load report, master class schedule, and class/grade rosters.
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required. This position requires strong organizational skills, excellent communication and computer skills, and the ability to work independently as well as with a team. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of at least three professional references by email to: vwarrick@umo.edu.   Accepting applications until position filled.

Financial Aid Counselor

The University of Mount Olive has an immediate opening for a Financial Aid Counselor at our Mount Olive, NC main campus.

Responsibilities:

  • Counsel and advise applicants and/or family members on financial aid options, award packages, cost, and obligations, including FAFSA completion, verification, and loan processes.
  • Allocate millions of dollars of financial aid funds among qualified students within established eligibility criteria accurately and timely.
  • Manage relationships with students in the assigned caseload group.
  • Comply with federal, state, and institutional policies and regulations.
  • Download data files from EDE into campus-wide PowerFaids, and write documentation for these procedures.
  • Ensure communication and delivery of all award letters, missing form letters, and loan disbursement letters, etc. for students and/or parents.
  • Complete all data entry for assigned caseload.
  • Complete all records of all federal, state and/or institutional funds for assigned caseload.
  • Complete folder set up, awarding and packaging for all students within the assigned caseload.
  • Maintain orderly files with organized and timely filing procedures for the caseload assigned.
  • Process all drops, withdrawals, re-admits, and re-package as appropriate.
  • Complete all verification, satisfactory progress and special circumstance forms timely and accurately.
  • Ensure accurate reporting for all loans on the package.
  • Respond to all phone calls, emails, and other correspondence timely and accurately, researching each case thoroughly. Response to calls should be within an hour, if not answered directly.
  • Represent the University at open house, registration, FAFSA day, and other related events on or off-campus.
  • Award all institutional scholarships according to eligibility and so that no deadlines are missed.
  • Assist the director and associate director with NBS certification.
  • Assist in the training of new hires.
  • Assist in the updating of the training manual and policy and procedures manual as assigned.
  • Assist with the disbursement of funds as directed by the director and/or assistant director.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree or three years of financial aid experience required. Three years or comparable experience will be considered; however, at least a year of experience in higher education is preferred. This position requires strong organizational skills, excellent communication and computer skills, and the ability to work independently as well as with a team. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of at least three professional references by email to: bblackburn@umo.edu .  Accepting applications until position is filled.

Facility Technician

The University of Mount Olive has an immediate opening for a Facilities Technician.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain all maintenance and repair of buildings and equipment
  • Perform walkthrough inspections to identify problems
  • Correct any plumbing or electrical problems and perform preventative maintenance
  • Perform periodic, unscheduled, and preventative maintenance of all HVAC systems
  • Perform minor carpentry and masonry repairs
  • Complete work orders
  • Respond to emergency calls and situations
  • Rotate after-hours on-call duty and weekend checks
  • Set up/tear down for special events
  • Perform related duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

Three (3) years of experience and CFR certification is preferred. Candidate must possess a valid cell phone and driver’s license. Must have the ability lift at least 50lbs. Must be detailed oriented.  Individual must have a neat appearance and excellent people skills. Must be willing to work flexible hours to include weekends.

You can obtain an application from the Human Resources Department located at 1240 N. Breazeale Avenue, Mount Olive, NC, or submit a resume to jbrogden@umo.edu.  Accepting applications until position is filled.

Part Time Openings

Faculty

The University of Mount Olive invites applications for part-time, adjunct instructors in these areas.

School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences

Agricultural Communications & Leadership

The School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at the University of Mount Olive seeks applicants for adjunct/part time faculty positions in Agricultural Communications & Leadership, starting in the fall of 2020.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching courses in agricultural leadership and communications to be delivered in an online format.  Online courses will be taught through the Moodle platform.  Candidates with experience in distance education delivery methods and classroom experience are preferred.  Candidates must have a M.S. with 18 hours in the teaching discipline, or Ph.D. in the teaching discipline to include: agricultural leadership, communication, education, related fields or have comparable industry/work experience or a combination of both.

Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

Minimum Qualifications – Master’s degree with 18 hours in the teaching discipline or doctoral degree in the teaching discipline – Classroom and online teaching experience preferred – Industry/professional experience preferred To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts which must be sent directly from the institutions to: Executive Assistant to the Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: Facultyapplication@umo.edu

 

Agribusiness

The School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at the University of Mount Olive seeks applicants for adjunct/part time faculty positions in Agribusiness, starting in the fall of 2020.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching courses in agricultural leadership and communications to be delivered in an online format.  Online courses will be taught through the Moodle platform. Candidates with experience in distance education delivery methods and classroom experience are preferred.  Candidates must have a M.S. with 18 hours in the teaching discipline, or Ph.D. in the teaching discipline to include: agribusiness, agricultural economics, agricultural marketing, agricultural sales, agricultural law, agricultural policy or related fields or have comparable industry/work experience or a combination of both.

Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

Minimum Qualifications – Master’s degree with 18 hours in the teaching discipline or doctoral degree in the teaching discipline – Classroom and online teaching experience preferred – Industry/professional experience preferred To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts which must be sent directly from the institutions to: Executive Assistant to the Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: Facultyapplication@umo.edu

 

Biology, Plant Biotechnology, And Biomedical

The School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at the University of Mount Olive seeks applicants for adjunct/part time faculty positions in biology, plant biotechnology, and biomedical.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching courses in biology, plant biotechnology, and biomedical to be delivered in an online or seated format.  Online courses will be taught through the Moodle platform. Candidates with experience in distance education delivery methods and classroom experience are preferred.  Candidates must have a M.S. with 18 hours in the teaching discipline, or Ph.D. in the teaching discipline to include: biology, plant biotechnology, biomedical or related fields or have comparable industry/work experience or a combination of both.

Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

Minimum Qualifications – Master’s degree with 18 hours in the teaching discipline or doctoral degree in the teaching discipline – Classroom and online teaching experience preferred – Industry/professional experience preferred To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts which must be sent directly from the institutions to: Executive Assistant to the Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: Facultyapplication@umo.edu

 

Environmental And Natural Resources, Ecology, Environmental Science

The School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at the University of Mount Olive seeks applicants for adjunct/part time faculty positions in environmental and natural resources, ecology, environmental science.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching courses in environmental and natural resources, ecology, environmental science to be delivered in an online or seated format.  Online courses will be taught through the Moodle platform. Candidates with experience in distance education delivery methods and classroom experience are preferred.  Candidates must have a M.S. with 18 hours in the teaching discipline, or Ph.D. in the teaching discipline to include: environmental science, natural resource management, ecology, or related fields or have comparable industry/work experience or a combination of both.

Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

Minimum Qualifications – Master’s degree with 18 hours in the teaching discipline or doctoral degree in the teaching discipline – Classroom and online teaching experience preferred – Industry/professional experience preferred To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts which must be sent directly from the institutions to: Executive Assistant to the Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: Facultyapplication@umo.edu

 

Animal Science/Animal Health

The School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at the University of Mount Olive seeks applicants for adjunct/part time faculty positions in Animal Science/Animal Health.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching courses in Animal Science/Animal Health to be delivered in an online or seated format.  Online courses will be taught through the Moodle platform. Candidates with experience in distance education delivery methods and classroom experience are preferred.  Candidates must have a DVM or Ph.D. in the teaching discipline to include: animal health and/or livestock production, comparable industry/work experience or a combination of both.

Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts which must be sent directly from the institutions to: Cindi Wellinger, Executive Assistant to the Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: Facultyapplication@umo.edu

 

Plant Science

The School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at the University of Mount Olive seeks applicants for adjunct/part-time faculty positions in plant science including horticulture and plant biotechnology.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching courses in plant science, horticulture, crop science, and other related subjects to be delivered in an online or seated format.  Online courses will be taught through the Moodle platform. Candidates with experience in distance education delivery methods and classroom experience are preferred.  Candidates must have a M.S. with 18 hours in the teaching discipline, or Ph.D. in the teaching discipline to include: horticulture, plant science, crop science, or related fields or have comparable industry/work experience or a combination of both.

Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

Minimum Qualifications – Master’s degree with 18 hours in the teaching discipline or doctoral degree in the teaching discipline – Classroom and online teaching experience preferred – Industry/professional experience preferred To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts which must be sent directly from the institutions to: Executive Assistant to the Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: Facultyapplication@umo.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School of Arts and Sciences

Art, Music (Percussion, Piano, Voice), Chemistry, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Communication Science Disorders, English (Composition and Literature), Education (Early Childhood) and Licensure Coursework, Graphic Design, Health, History, Human Services, Mathematics, Philosophy, Public Speaking, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Religion, Spanish, Sociology, and Psychology.

Minimum Qualifications – Master’s degree with 18 hours in the teaching discipline or doctoral degree in the teaching discipline – Classroom and online teaching experience preferred – Industry/professional experience preferred.To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, teaching philosophy, list of three references, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts which must be sent directly from the institutions to: Cindi Wellinger, Executive Assistant to the Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/University of Mount Olive/634 Henderson St/Mount Olive, NC 28365/or email: Facultyapplication@umo.edu

 

Staff and Administrative

Bus Drivers

The University of Mount Olive is searching for a part-time bus driver to drive athletic teams and other student organizations in a large passenger bus (buses range from 29-passengers to 59 passengers).  Must have a flexible schedule since travel may be overnight and on any day of the week, including weekends. Must have valid NC Class “B” license with “P” endorsement or Class “A” CDL and good driving record.  Contact Tina Loy at 919.658.7759 or cloy@umo.edu for more information.

Assistant Project Facilitator

The University of Mount Olive has an immediate opening for an Assistant Project Facilitator.  This is a time-limited appointment of three years for liaison work with Duplin County Schools and James Sprunt Community College as part of a Kenan Charitable Trust Grant focused on recruiting students from Duplin County into the teaching profession.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Assist in design and implementation of Kenan Charitable Trust Homegrown Teacher Academy programs
  • Identify students in Duplin County Schools who show interest in a career in teaching
  • Research best practices for teacher recruitment/retention
  • Provide leadership for teacher academy students at the school
  • Provide pre-college exposure to the teaching profession
  • Provide information to students and parents about the teacher academy
  • Present information to stakeholder groups such as the Board of Education, principals, teachers, etc.
  • Coordinate with school mentors at each of the schools
  • Coordinate campus visits to James Sprunt Community College and University of Mount Olive
  • Assist in coordinating peer learning experiences for interested students
  • Supervise student mentorships for JSCC/UMO students
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in education required
  • Experience with Duplin County Schools
  • Organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • Demonstrated passion for teaching

Interested applicant should submit a resume, cover letter and list of three references via email to:  gherring@umo.edu.  Accepting applications until position is filled.

Student Accounts Assistant

The University of Mount Olive has an immediate opening for a part-time Student Accounts Assistant in the Business Office at the Mount Olive location.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Primary person in the Business Office to greet students, parents and other walk-ins, including the receiving and coding of payments on student accounts.
  • Deliver, retrieve and process daily mail for the Business Office.
  • Learn the Power Campus software on a basic level to be able to answer questions from students regarding their account, as well as approving bookstore purchases for students using financial aid.
  • Answer incoming phone calls to the general Business Office phone line, and route accordingly.
  • Post online payments from one-time payments as well as payment plan payments on a daily basis and ensure the accuracy of clearing stops in PowerCampus when needed.
  • Post returned refunds from BankMobile into PowerCampus as needed.
  • Post payment plans to anticipated aid as students enroll into monthly payment plans.
  • Acts as the primary cashier for the office taking in person payments and completing the daily cash report for accounting.
  • Makes daily deposits for the university at Southern Bank.
  • Assist the Director of Student Accounts and Student Account Representatives as necessary.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School graduate required; Associate’s degree in Business related field preferred.  Previous office experience preferred.  Basic knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel required.  Strong organization, communication and customer service skills, and the ability to work independently as well as within a team.  Applicant should submit a resume, cover letter and list of three references to: Brad Evans via email to: bevans@umo.edu.  Accepting applications until position is filled.