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Admissions Counselor - Office of Admissions Partial Remote, Bethlehem
Admissions Counselor is responsible for carrying out recruitment, selection and enrollment strategies directed by senior leadership within the Office of Admissions.
Business Manager - Chemistry and Earth & Environmental Sciences Bethlehem
The College of Arts and Sciences Business Manager plays a crucial role in managing resources to support the financial goals of the college while ensuring compliance with university policies. Key responsibilities include financial management, improving procedures, addressing challenges and acting as a liaison between departments and service-providing centers.
Executive Assistant Bethlehem
The Executive Secretary will provide comprehensive executive level administrative support for the Vice President of Development and Alumni Relations (VP) Duties include, but are not limited to: scheduling meetings, making travel arrangements and organizing daily calendars. The Executive Secretary will be expected to be proactive, meet, determine and communicate deadlines, work independently on large and complex projects, from conception to completion, and be customer service oriented. The Executive Secretary will also be expected to partner and collaborate with the Executive Director, VP Operations, organizing and setting agendas for VP led meetings (including but not limited to, all staff, Executive Team, and board related meetings).
Associate Vice President for Finance and CFO (AVP) Partial Remote, Bethlehem
Reporting to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, the newly created Associate Vice President for Finance and CFO (AVP) role will oversee major financial units including the Controller's Office, Budget Office, Financial Planning and Analysis, Financial Systems, and Treasurer's Office. The AVP will serve as a key advisor to the Vice President for Finance and Administration and will lead communication on financial issues with the Lehigh community and with the Board. They will join a peer group of Finance and Administration leaders including the AVP and Chief Human Resources Officer, AVP and Chief Facilities Officer, AVP for Auxiliary Services, AVP for Campus Safety, Sr. Director for Real Estate Services, Internal Audit, and others.
Assistant Director of First-Year Experience Bethlehem
The Assistant Director is tasked with supporting non-traditional student populations such as transfers, commuters, and families. They implement transitional programs, especially for sophomores, to ensure a smooth academic journey.
Manager, Athletics Equipment Operations Bethlehem
The Manager of Equipment Services oversees the operational management of apparel and equipment services for 600-650 student athletes and 65 coaches for 25 sport programs including oversight of the football equipment area. This position works closely with head coaches, assistant coaches, sports medicine staff and equipment providers on all apparel, gear and equipment related operations with a focus on safety, inventory management, cost management and consistently applying department branding guidelines.
Laboratory Manager Bethlehem
Responsible for management of the lab, management and maintenance of the aquatics facility, care of the zebrafish colony and molecular genetics work.
IT Systems Manager for Dining Services Partial Remote, Bethlehem
Systems Manager evaluates and resolves issues related to Dining Services systems as well as assists with upgrades, purchases and installations. Position supports a variety of network-connected dining devices, such as point-of-sale terminals, retail kiosks and similar technologies.
Director Lehigh Ventures Lab Bethlehem
Responsible for directing and managing Lehigh’s on-site startup business accelerator called Lehigh Ventures Lab. The director will report to the Vice Provost for Entrepreneurship (VPE) and is accountable for managing infrastructure, programs, recruitment of founders and mentors, deal flow, spaces, staff, finances, and other resources. This position is funded for three years pending a successful rollout, creation of a sustainable business model and successful outcomes for the early cohorts of founders.
Contract and Grant Specialist Partial Remote, Bethlehem
A Contract and Grant Specialist in a university's Office of Research supports research excellence by facilitating proposal submission, managing sponsored funding, interfacing with sponsors and research communities, and ensuring compliance with mandates. The role demands autonomy, sound judgment, and ongoing education in research administration.
Graduate Coordinator - College of Engineering & Applied Science Bethlehem
The role supports the Graduate Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering, handling admissions, program operations, student affairs, financial matters, advising, statistics, recruitment, and student life enhancement. It serves as the departmental contact for Course Inventory Management and Catalog with limited supervision.
Director, Major Gifts Officer, Western Region WESTRO, Western Regional Office, Fully Remote
The Director, Western Region, is a fully remote position that will reside in California. This position focuses on cultivating relationships with current and potential donors. The Director will manage a portfolio, guide donors through the gift cycle, make solicitations, write proposals, and steward donors, while collaborating with volunteers, university leadership, and Development and Alumni Relations staff to spearhead a proactive philanthropic strategy aligned with university priorities.
Assistant Coach, Field Hockey Bethlehem
The Assistant Coach provides support for the head coach for all facets of the program in advancing the mission of the University and Department of Athletics. Specific areas of responsibility include (and are not limited to) coaching a segment/unit of the team, student athlete development (including academic support), student athlete recruitment (including oversight for the organization and execution of the recruitment plan), program administration and program advancement yielding agreed upon results.
Dispatcher Bethlehem
First point of contact for all Lehigh community members who are seeking assistance with their emergency, non-emergency and service request calls.
Technology Commercialization Associate Bethlehem
The Technology Commercialization Associate (TCA) is front-facing and responsible for mining, initiating, identifying, evaluating and managing invention disclosures; market analysis of inventions; patentability analysis; interacting with University researchers; and contributing to the commercialization of Lehigh intellectual property (IP).
Associate Director/Major Gifts Officer Bethlehem
The Major Gifts Officer at Lehigh University cultivates relationships with major donors, managing a portfolio and guiding them through the gift cycle. Responsibilities include initiating contact, soliciting donations, writing proposals, and stewardship. Collaboration with volunteers, university leadership, and staff is crucial in identifying and soliciting donors. Major Gifts Officers can be assigned to a region, a project area, or to a constituent group.
Senior Accounting Coordinator Bethlehem
To perform accounting, tax and other administrative and analytical duties in support of the Controller’s Office.
Systems Specialist Bethlehem
The Systems Specialist, reporting to the Technical Project Manager and guided by the Senior Associate Registrar, offers technology leadership and support to the Registrar's Office. They understand the student lifecycle and associated systems, collaborate with stakeholders and vendors, and propose and implement tech solutions to meet operational goals. They also coordinate with other systems managers within the enrollment management team.
Developer - Identity and Access Management Bethlehem
Developer (Identity and Access Management) contributes to Lehigh’s success by building, supporting and maintaining the technical infrastructure related to digital identities. Under the direction of management, the goal will be to enable Lehigh University initiatives, improve the user experience and improve security and compliance.
Industry Liaison - Center for Catastrophe Modeling and Resilience Bethlehem
Responsible for leading, cultivating, and increasing the portfolio of connections with corporate, government, and academic partners, to foster the activities of the Center for Catastrophe Modeling and Resilience. Responsible also for collaborating with the Center leadership in identifying strategic research directions and opportunities that can be particularly impactful for current and prospective partners.

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