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Part-Time Faculty, DNP Program DNP Nursing Program Moon Campus
Part -Time Faculty to teach in the DNP Program, Principles of Epidemiology.
Literacy Tutor, Structured Literacy Education Moon Campus
The Structured Literacy Tutor will work directly with children in grades K-12 that are referred to the Center for reading and/or writing tutoring. The Tutor will conduct screenings on all incoming students to determine instructional needs, plan developmentally appropriate instruction based on data, conduct progress monitoring, communicate with parents, and administer all post assessments with clients. The Tutor is responsible for all parent communication and preparation of materials associated with tutoring sessions. The Tutor will keep accurate and timely time sheets and attendance records. Frequent meetings with the Coordinator of the Center will be essential to ensure all students are being serviced properly. This position is partially funded by non-university funds. Position continuation is contingent upon grant renewal or procurement of additional funding sources. This is a part-time position not eligible for University benefits. Work hours are limited to 950 per calendar year and less than 29 hours per week on a regular basis.
Part-time Faculty - Psychology Psychology and Health Sciences Moon Campus
Part-time faculty to teach one or more of the following on-ground undergraduate courses during Spring 2024 semester: PSYC1010 General Psychology (MWF 9-9:50am), PSYC1010 General Psychology (MWF 10-10:50am), PSYC3550 Human Growth and Development (T/H 9:30-10:45am).
Marketing Coordinator Brand Department Moon Campus
The Marketing Coordinator will assist the Brand Manager in showcasing and elevating the RMU brand and the University's values.
Marketing Coordinator Brand Department Moon Campus
The Marketing Coordinator will assist the Brand Manager in showcasing and elevating the RMU brand and the University's values.
Director of Development, Athletics Athletics Administration Moon Campus
The Director of Development, Athletics will manage a portfolio of mid-level donors and prospects in support of the athletic department’s initiatives and goals, and in support of subsidizing operations of the men’s and women’s hockey programs. The Director is responsible for raising restricted and unrestricted funds for the hockey program and the department through personal solicitations and events. The Director is also responsible for supporting key fundraising events and the annual fund, with a major focus on fundraising for the department’s hockey programs. Where appropriate, the Director of Development will coordinate efforts with the Athletic Marketing/Communication, Corporate Sponsorship, Compliance and University Institutional Advancement. Responsibilities also include support of the Senior Associate AD for Development by providing reports and data to ensure the department is on track to hit its financial goals.
Associate Director of Foundation and Government Relations University Advancement Moon Campus
Directs non-research grant seeking strategies and activities for the university, academic schools, centers, and other RMU initiatives as needed. Develops and implements the strategic plan for university foundation efforts and ultimately prepares proposals and reports for submission. Assists the Chief Development Officer in planning for and implementing government relations. The preferred candidate will have a strong track record of writing successful proposals.
Standardized Patient Coordinator RISE Center Moon Campus
Standardized Patient Coordinator can work remotely when not actively cast in a role or working with the actors prior to simulation. Robert Morris University’s School of Nursing, Education and Human Studies is seeking qualified applicants to serve as a full-time actor and standardized patient coordinator in the Regional Research and Innovation in Simulation Education (RISE) Center. This position is 10 hours a week (some weeks may have more than 10 hours, this is an average over the 16 weeks, some weeks might be less) organizing and managing our actor program. This position is a part-time, non benefit role.
Associate Athletic Director for Business Operations Athletics Administration Moon Campus
This is a key department of athletics leadership and management position having a strong collaborative responsibility to the Vice President and Director of Athletics. This position will help direct the business and fiscal affairs of the department of athletics, its daily operations, and related personnel. This position provides strategic leadership and vision to support staff operations while setting high standards and ethical business practices. Oversees a large and diverse portfolio including the overall management of the athletic business office which includes all business operations, finance and budgeting, payroll and benefits, risk management, travel, accounts payable, procurement, athletics scholarships and endowments, student-athlete opportunity funds, international student insurance and taxes, computing services, logistics and coordination for post-season football and basketball operations, and third party vendor coordination. Responsible for the preparation and review of the compliance reporting functions of Robert Morris University including annual audits, government reporting, and Athletic and NCAA budgets and reporting. In addition, the position will prepare report grant budgets. Serves as a member of the Athletics Executive Cabinet engaged in strategic planning and resource allocation, and may serve as a sport administrator for designated sports programs. This position reports directly to the Vice President and Director of Athletics and is a standing member of the University’s financial close team and will collaborate on regular financial and reporting requirements. The most qualified candidate will be selected, but the Senior Woman Administrator designation may be granted in addition if appropriate.
Compliance and Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) Coordinator Athletics Administration Moon Campus
The Compliance and NIL Coordinator assists the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance in administering and monitoring RMU’s day-to-day compliance program. Position will be the primary coordinator, project manager and liaison between multiple Athletics and University offices/departments to manage athletics and institutional processes and policies, ensuring that information and tasks are completed accurately, documented appropriately, and on time. Coordinates the Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) program for the department of athletics.
Associate Director, Women's Leadership and Mentorship Program Women's Leadership and Mentorship Program Moon Campus
The Women's Leadership and Mentorship Program (WLMP) at Robert Morris University fosters inclusive leadership, gender equity, and the advancement of women. Our mission is to prepare college women for leadership through professional and academic development, and multilevel mentoring. The WLMP empowers women students to hold active leadership roles at the University and in their professional and civic lives after graduation. The WLMP was developed by a very dedicated group of RMU administrators, faculty, staff, and community advisors in 2013. Through a four-year enriched experience for annual cohorts of 20­ to 25 undergraduates, the WLMP builds leadership capacity, supports global education, and provides opportunities for participants to contribute, lead, and benefit from multi-generational mentoring relationships. Throughout the year, students are exposed to new ideas, perspectives, people, tools, and opportunities that push them to think and act critically around issues of women in leadership. The WLMP programs are designed to increase students’ understanding of the status of women in society, expose students to the successes and challenges of women in leadership, expand their understanding of and capacity for leadership and engagement, and support them while they digest all of this information and figure out their place in this terrain. The WLMP aims to: ● Improve the quality of life for our WLMP students. ● Enhance opportunities for all WLMP students’ academic and professional success. ● Contribute to a culture that supports, values, and empowers women at RMU. The Associate Director will work with the Director to support all activities of the Program with a special focus on the events held by the WLMP. The successful candidate should have an interest in working with young women on issues facing women in careers and professions, and must be available to participate in events and activities that may occur outside of regular working hours.
Technical Services and Circulation Specialist University Library Moon Campus
This position receives and processes original and vendor supplied records for print and non-print materials, is responsible for processing new additions to and withdrawn items from the collection, and serves as a member of the resource-sharing (interlibrary loan) team. In addition, the position includes public-facing, service-oriented work with students, staff, and faculty as approximately 1/4 of scheduled work time.
Assistant Coach, Strength and Conditioning, Part-Time III Athletics Strength and Conditioning Moon Campus
Responsible for assisting the management and administration of the intercollegiate Strength and Conditioning program within the guidelines, rules, and regulations of Robert Morris University, the Horizon League, and the NCAA. This is a part-time, non benefit eligible position which is limited to a maximum of 950 hours per calendar year. Although an exempt position, hours must be tracked in the Time Management system.
Associate Director, Honors and Scholar Development Honors Program Moon Campus
The Associate Director, Honors and Scholar Development works with the Honors Program Director and the Director of the Office of Scholar Development to develop and ensure effective programmatic and administrative functioning of both programs. Key responsibilities for this position include the independent development, coordination, and implementation of educational events, workshops, and trainings; establishing and maintaining partnerships with key administrators and offices across campus; recruitment and retention of cohort members; coordinating work with faculty committees and student mentors; managing work study employees and overseeing the daily operations of Honors and Scholar Development.
Part-Time Faculty-Computer and Information Systems Computer and Information Systems Moon Campus
Part-Time Faculty to teach courses offered by the Computer and Information Systems Department.
Ice Crew - NCAA Hockey Game Day Athletics Game Day Staff Island Sports Center
The RMU Ice Crew is a team of experienced skaters which performs a variety of functions at NCAA women's and men's hockey home and select hosted games. The Crew also provides spirit and enthusiasm which enhances the fan game day experience.
Assistant Professor, Finance Finance Moon Campus
The Department of Finance within the School of Business is seeking qualified applicants with broad expertise in finance to teach in the School's graduate and undergraduate programs. The faculty is expected to teach in the school's graduate and undergraduate programs, conduct scholarly research in his/her discipline as well as providing services to the university community. Candidates should have earned Ph.D. in Finance or closely related fields from an AACSB accredited institution. Candidates who are ABD may also be considered. Applicants must demonstrate excellence in teaching as well as productivity in research in their discipline. The successful candidate must be qualified as a Scholarly Academic as defined by Robert Morris School of Business
Police Officer, ISC University Police Island Sports Center
This position is responsible for providing public safety and information services to the University community and Island Sports Center community, including all personnel and visitors. It is a non-sworn, armed position reporting to the Chief of Police, Captain, Sergeant, Corporal.
Police Officer, ISC University Police Island Sports Center
This position is responsible for providing public safety and information services to the University community and Island Sports Center community, including all personnel and visitors. It is a non-sworn, armed position reporting to the Chief of Police, Captain, Sergeant, Corporal.
Part-Time Faculty Management Management Moon Campus
Part-time faculty to teach MBAD6990: Strategic Knowledge Integration course online.

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