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Coordinator Bethlehem
Responsible for administering and overseeing the many facets of the graduate and Community Fellows programs in the College of Arts and Sciences. This includes assisting with the application and admissions process, oversight of social media, coordinating activities, advising and tracking students' academic progress and serving as an assistant to the Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Programs and the Manager of Graduate Programs.
Network Analyst Bethlehem
Responsible for maintaining, monitoring, securing and supporting the Lehigh University campus network including all routers, switches, wireless, firewall, VPN and core networking management infrastructure. Helps to manage, troubleshoot and maintain all internal and external network connections to the campus network, commodity internet service providers (ISPs) and Internet2. Assists with developing and maintaining network applications, network architecture, network security and networking monitoring tools.
Senior Web Development Specialist Bethlehem
Responsible for planning, developing and implementing Drupal-based websites and interactive media for the University. Enthusiastic, resourceful and detail-oriented individual to collaborate with a small team of technologists, designers, writers and marketers to create and launch engaging projects focused on telling Lehigh's story, enhancing the institution's reputation, recruiting students, and fundraising. Work experience with HTML, CSS, JS frameworks, Drupal site theming, building and configuration is preferred.
Associate Director, Donor Relations Bethlehem
Responsible for managing the Scholarship Stewardship Program and stewardship activities for capital projects and facility donors. The Associate Director will also work collaboratively with Development and Alumni Relations and University staff to develop and execute highly customized stewardship plans or deliverables for individual donors. Other responsibilities include resolving questions, performing or assisting with other processes and projects as needed and managing work-study students.
Assistant Director, Intercultural Programs and Global Union Bethlehem
Responsible for programming for international students to support them in their pursuit of educational, career and personal goals. This person develops and manages programs that promote participation and engagement of international students and scholars within the University community and beyond. The incumbent will serve as a Designated School Official and Alternate Responsible Officer who will issue immigration documents and serve as an advisor to international students on matters pertaining to U.S. immigration laws as the need arises.
Videographer Bethlehem
Responsible for creating content that tells engaging stories that drive alumni audience engagement. The videographer must be capable of completing video production; including defining project scope concepting, writing scripts, location scouting, filming, editing, motion graphics, color correcting and more. Responsible for managing project workflows and coordinating resources. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, be comfortable working under pressure and be extremely organized.
Associate Director, Development & Alumni Relations - 2 Positions Available Bethlehem
Responsible for managing a portfolio of donors and prospective donors, and facilitating all phases of the gift cycle, including initiating contact, cultivating and moving potential donors to solicitation and closure, making solicitations, writing proposals and stewarding donors. The Associate Director works collaboratively with key volunteers, University leadership, Development staff, Alumni Relations staff and other University representatives to identify, cultivate and solicit donors for University priorities.
Senior Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations Bethlehem
Responsible for engaging with and supporting faculty, deans and other campus leaders to secure funding from corporations and foundations for university initiatives, faculty-led research, scholarship and other projects across campus. The incumbent will drive and shape the University’s overall vision for an integrated and comprehensive institutional giving program, directly influence all corporate and foundation engagement activities and oversee the broader corporate and foundation program.
Department Technical Assistant Bethlehem
Responsible for support of the general operational needs of the Earth and Environmental Sciences (EES) Department, including technical and setup assistance for EES courses, course field trips and other Department functions. Oversees and helps to maintain EES facilities devoted to computing, fabrication, equipment repair and sample processing. Monitors and ensures safety in all EES spaces in the STEPS Building. Serves as the safety liaison for EES, coordinating with other entities in the building.
Director of Coordinated Advising Bethlehem
Responsible for the development of academic advising, and implementation and assessment of the undergraduate advising initiatives across the University. Reporting to the Deputy Provost for Academic Affairs, the Director will collaborate with Deans, Associate Deans, Academic Advisors and staff in initiatives related to advising and its role in student success, retention and persistence. The incumbent will work with stakeholders across campus to strengthen the university’s provision of outstanding academic advising to all undergraduate students.
Program Coordinator, Campus Engagement and Any Given Child Bethlehem
Responsible for working with internal Lehigh University campus stakeholders to engage with Zoellner Arts Center’s programming by creating new internal partnerships. This position is the Program Administrator for the Any Given Child Program for the Bethlehem Area School District. Zoellner has collaborative project teams to guide effective operational planning, decision making and execution of events.
Program Coordinator/ Advisor Bethlehem
Responsible for providing individual and group advising to Lehigh prospective and enrolled students. This position supports students throughout their study abroad experience, from exploration through re-entry, works with faculty and staff leaders to manage all aspects of assigned programs and provides overall support to the Director of Study Abroad with regards to related office activity and programming.
Associate Director, Student Engagement Bethlehem
Responsible for building the foundation of a strong education in philanthropy and the resources available to students as alumni post-graduation, as well as capitalizing on the creation of class affinity among students. The Associate Director is embedded in the Class Affinity team within the Alumni Relations team that connects our 85,000 alumni to each other, and back to Lehigh for the purpose of helping the university meet its goals. All members of the team are expected to support Development and Alumni Relations key initiatives, major events, and projects as needed.
Marketing and Communications Specialist Bethlehem
Responsible for internal and external communications, marketing and social media initiatives for the Lehigh 360 Program and the Office of Creative Inquiry. This position will report to the Administrative Director for Creative Inquiry and the Vice Provost for Creative Inquiry, and will work with the Lehigh 360 Program Manager. The position will ensure clear, coherent and consistent messaging across various media platforms and liaise with internal and external partners to convey the overall ethos and programming of Creative Inquiry and Lehigh 360.
Academic Advisor Bethlehem
Responsible for advising College of Business student cohorts. Will partner with the Assistant Dean and others to support advising-related programming, collaborate with faculty advisors to address advisees' needs, participate in academic, admissions and alumni events. The incumbent is expected to participate in appropriate professional associations external to Lehigh to promote the College of Business' reputation, engage in the exchange of best practices and gain ongoing professional development.
Program Manager Bethlehem
Responsible for executing the new Lehigh 360 initiative, this position will direct, manage and maintain the ongoing development and implementation of this campus-wide program. This position will report to the Administrative Director and up to the Vice Provost for Creative Inquiry, and will work at the direction of both to strategize and execute this new program intended to connect Lehigh University students with immersive high-impact programs from across the University.
Associate Director, Development & Alumni Relations - 2 Positions Available Bethlehem
Responsible for managing a portfolio of prospects and donors oriented to a specific academic college. Will cultivate meaningful relationships and facilitate all phases of the gift cycle. Will collaborate with the Director to develop and lead elements of an overall fundraising program.
Information Systems Analyst Bethlehem
Responsible for serving as a liaison between users and the technical team responsible for providing information support for operational and project based needs for Development and Alumni Relations Operations. The incumbent is responsible for analyzing and coordinating user needs as they relate to information systems. They will guide the development of functional requirements, communicate technical ideas to non-technical users, communicate functional requirements to the technical team and highlight areas of improvement.
Coordinator Bethlehem
Responsible for performing daily administrative support duties and assigned projects in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
Medical Director Bethlehem
Responsible for supervising a team of medical staff at Lehigh’s Health and Wellness Center. The Medical Director will provide and oversee a clinical medical staff who provide acute and ongoing medical care to the ill and injured students of Lehigh University. The incumbent will also work collaboratively with other Departments on campus in meeting the medical, psychological and general well-being needs of the students.

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