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An Equal Opportunity Employer

Application Process

Submissions without the Employment Application will be considered incomplete and will not be reviewed until all information is received. The preferred method for submitting your application materials is via hr@hnu.edu. You will receive an automated response confirming receipt of your application. We are unable to offer remote work outside of the state of California.

Associate Professor and Director of Kinesiology

Holy Names University invites applications for a full-time faculty member to coordinate and teach in the Kinesiology Program, beginning Fall Semester 2020. Successful candidates, whom have the appropriate credentials, will be considered for a tenure-track position.

The Kinesiology Program at HNU is a four-year course of study leading to either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree depending on the student’s area of interest. The Kinesiology Program at HNU is a growing program that has recently become a unique, separate program of study at the University. Previously, Kinesiology was under the umbrella of the Biology Program. The academic year 2018-2019 marks the first year that students entering the University could select Kinesiology as their major.

Essential Functions of Positions:

· Teaching responsibilities for this position include lower division and upper division courses in the Kinesiology Program, including courses such as Introduction to Kinesiology, Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, Biomechanics, and Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries.

· The expectations for the position include teaching according to relevant academic policies and maintaining and enhancing competence in the field.

· Foster a dynamic, student-centered environment that uses a variety of teaching methods to support the diverse learning needs of the student population. Course activities should be based on educational theory and evidence-based teaching.

· Coordinating the Kinesiology Program. Coordination activities include items such as curriculum revision or development, student mentoring, building relationships with external partners for student internships, program assessment, and administrative tasks related to the Program.

Qualifications and Experience:

· Hold a terminal degree in Kinesiology, Exercise Science, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or a closely related field OR hold a Master’s degree in Kinesiology, Exercise Science, Athletic Training or a closely related field.

· Have at least five years of current, relevant professional experience.

· Be able to teach effectively at the undergraduate level by incorporating assessment, equity, and active learning in pedagogical approaches.

· Be able to utilize technology and learning management systems in course delivery to deliver classes face-to-face and in online or hybrid formats.

· Be comfortable supporting, working with, and advocating for the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of HNU students.

· Be ready to build connections with the community to promote and enhance the Kinesiology Program.

To Apply:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will be considered until July 10, 2020. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University faculty employment application, cover letter and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

About Holy Names University

Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and seven master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The university’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Associate Professor & Program Director – MA Counseling Psych

The School of Business and Applied Social Science at Holy Names University is seeking to hire a tenure-track position to lead the Masters in Counseling and Forensic Psychology. The successful applicant will be an experienced practitioner-scholar with a strong vision of what it takes to run a successful counseling psychology program. They will have great leadership, communication and interpersonal skills and will thrive in working with a diverse array of students and colleagues. Time is allotted for professional practice, which is encouraged for all faculty. This is a 12-month appointment. The successful candidate will be an active member of the campus community, which includes being widely available for student help, advising students, and serving on institutional committees.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF POSITION:

• Provides strategic leadership to advance the teaching, research, and service/outreach missions of the department and school.
• Works closely with the Psychology faculty, students and staff, the Dean’s Office, and other campus leaders to:
1. Ensure excellence in academic programs and curriculum development.
2. Facilitate faculty efforts in pursuing research grants and contracts.
3. Promote faculty and student participation in interdisciplinary research programs and service activities.
4. Expand the school’s collaborations with academic, research, community, government, and industry partners.
5. Provide fiscal management and oversight of departmental operations.
• Serves as a member of the Academic Leadership Team and represents the department to students, faculty, administrators, the profession, and the general public.
• Will be an advocate for the department, as well as being a relentless advocate for student success and satisfaction.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
• The candidate should have a minimum of two years’ academic experience in the field of Clinical Psychology.
• Has expertise in clinical and/or psychopathology research. Teaching responsibilities will include graduate-level courses in Clinical Psychology, Psychopathology, and Laboratory Methods in Psychopathology Research. Preference will be given to candidates with both teaching and research experience.
• Has deep knowledge in program development & curriculum design at the clinical and/or psychopathology research.
• Skills to lead in-depth assessments of student learning and curriculum review, which will lead to increased effectiveness and relevance.
• Previous management experience with overseeing the performance of graduate-level faculty.
• Proven success with working with external agencies in developing opportunities for student internships; proficient in social media; ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines and demonstrate the ability to work with business partners and senior management.
• Must be proficient in licensing requirements for the BBS and online learning.
• Our program also values multiculturalism and social justice integration. Therefore, stronger candidates have a cross specialization with social justice or a particular cultural group. We are especially interested in expertise with Latinx and African American populations.

TO APPLY:
The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University faculty employment application, cover letter, and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

*This position is not eligible for remote work outside of California.

About Holy Names University
Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and 7 master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The University’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni, and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Adjunct Faculty – Computer Graphics Course

Holy Names University invites applications for a part-time, adjunct faculty position in Computer Graphics in the School of Arts and Sciences for Fall Semester 2020, beginning August 26, 2020. The candidate is expected to teach ARTS 115: Computer Graphics.

ARTS 115: Computer Graphics
A comprehensive introduction to computer-generated art, graphics, and digital editing for both fine arts and commercially oriented applications. Areas of design and color theory are explored, particularly as they apply to digital media. Includes use of Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign for logo design, web layout, topography, and poster design.

One section of ARTS 115 (4-units) is available to be taught as a hybrid class, with in-person meetings on Mondays or Wednesdays from 2:00-4:00pm, and remote meetings synchronously over Zoom, or asynchronously for the rest of the course-work, according to the instructor’s preference.

The maximum total class size is 15. In compliance with Alameda County and CDC health orders and social distancing guidelines, it is expected that no more than 8 students would be present at any one class meeting.

The salary for the semester is $5,219.12. Mandatory, paid training is required over the summer if the instructor does not have previous experience teaching online.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
• Candidates must have at least an M.F.A. in Digital Arts or a closely related field.
• Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
• Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching online and at the college level.
• The successful candidates will have the chance to engage a very diverse community of learners and to work closely with a collegial group of experienced faculty.

TO APPLY:
The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University staff or faculty employment application, cover letter and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

About Holy Names University
Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and 7 master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The University’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Adjunct Faculty – Counseling and Forensic Psychology Courses

Holy Names University invites applications for an adjunct faculty position in the Master’s Program in Counseling and Forensic Psychology for Fall 2020. The candidate will be expected to teach CPSY 201, Research Methods in Psychology. This course provides a foundation for analysis, evaluation, and use of mental health research in evidence-based, MFT and LPCC practice. Contemporary journal articles are examined for social science research methods and concepts as applied to: co-occurring disorders, AOD, psychopharmacology; recovery-oriented care, collaborative treatment; issues of diversity, community-based needs assessment, treating and tracking vulnerable populations including children, elders, victims of violence, and severely mentally ill. The class meets Wednesdays, from 4:30 – 7:00 pm. This is a 3-unit course. The salary for the semester per 3-unit course is $3,914.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

· Candidate must have a PhD, or PsyD.

· The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience in teaching Research Methods, either at the undergraduate or graduate level.

TO APPLY:

The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University faculty employment application, cover letter and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

About Holy Names University

Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and 7 master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The University’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Adjunct Faculty – Department of Psychology

Holy Names University is seeking dynamic, experienced, and motivated educators to serve as adjunct faculty across the psychology department. Using department course outcomes, adjunct faculty develop and deliver course content using high-quality pedagogical techniques to build student success and learning. Adjunct faculty who choose may involve themselves in other aspects of campus life such as mentoring, research, and faculty meetings and groups. We value our adjuncts and appreciate their presence and contributions as colleagues. Courses taught may include traditional face-to-face instruction, hybrid courses, or synchronous online courses.

Courses include: Introduction to Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Statistical Methods, Research Methods, Experimental Psychology, Clinical or Abnormal Psychology, Counseling Theories, Psychobiology or Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Learning Theories, Group Processes, Social Psychology, Personality Psychology, Gender Studies, The Psychology of Emotion, Field Methods, and Hunan Sexuality, among others.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF POSITION:
• Prepare course syllabi that meet all contractual requirements. Cover all department course outcomes.
• Provide up-to-date course materials and content.
• Schedule classes and meet for the allotted time on every scheduled meeting day during the semester, even if the course is online.
• Employ effective and contemporary instructional strategies that promote student learning using multiple learning modalities.
• Regularly assess student understanding of class subject matter and be able to demonstrate rubrics for course grades.
• Respond to e-mail from students and the university in a timely manner.
• Arrange office hours outside of class time to meet with and assist students.
• Meet all deadlines for submission of syllabi, grades, student progress reports, student grievance responses, and course evaluations.
• Identify students of concern, including non-attendance patterns, to appropriate school delegates.
• Work with Disability Support Services to provide accessible course content.
• Provide feedback on student progress to department and advising.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
• Ph.D in Psychology in the specialized field of (or closely related to) the course(s), or a M.A. with appropriate post-graduate experience. For clinical courses, experience, and training in the delivery of mental health services.
• Teaching experience at the post-secondary level.
• Ability to work with existing course descriptions and department outcomes.
• Experience using online platforms to keep up-to-date grades and course content.
• Experience with and understanding of diverse student backgrounds. Ability to include issues related to social justice and diversity as they relate to course content.

TO APPLY:
The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University faculty employment application, cover letter, and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

About Holy Names University
Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and 7 master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The University’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni, and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Adjunct Faculty – First-Year Writing

Holy Names University invites applications for a part-time, adjunct faculty position in First-Year Writing in the School of Arts and Sciences for Fall Semester 2020, beginning August 26, 2020. The candidate is expected to teach ENGL 001A: Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing I

ENGL 001A: Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing I
An intensive introduction to critical thinking, reading, and writing in which students analyze various kinds of prose and write expository essays discussing the ideas and attitudes presented in them. Students read a culturally diverse selection of fiction and non-fiction prose and are guided in developing their ability to argue their theories and interpretations in clear, concise prose.

One section of ENGL 001A (3-units) is available to be taught in an online, synchronous mode on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30-10:45am. The instructor will need to develop this course for the online mode.

The maximum class size is 20. The salary for the semester per 3-unit course is $3,914.34. Mandatory, paid training is required over the summer if the instructor does not have previous experience teaching online.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Candidates must have at least an M.A in English Composition or a closely related field.
• Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching online and at the college level. Experience in community service-learning projects and multi-modal rhetoric a plus.
• The successful candidates will have the chance to engage a very diverse community of learners and to work closely with a collegial group of experienced faculty.

TO APPLY:
The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University faculty employment application, cover letter, and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

About Holy Names University
Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and 7 master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The University’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni, and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Adjunct Faculty – Social Sciences

The School of Business and Applied Social Science (BASS), at Holy Names University, is seeking to build an adjunct teaching pool in the social sciences to teach the following courses over the next few semesters:

HIST 17 A & B United States History — Pre and Post Civil War (3-units)
SOCI 1 Introduction to Sociology (3-units)
SOCI 5 Culture, Experience, and Society (3-units)
SOCI 108W Field Methods (4-units)
SOCI 130 Contemporary Families (3-units)
SOCI 147 Gender Issues (3-units)
SOCI 160 The City: Culture, History, and Power (3-units)
SOCI 162 Contemporary Social Problems (3-units)
SOCI 165 Racial and Ethnic Issues (3-units)
SOCI 168 Community Psychology (3-units)

Please see the following link for full descriptions of each sociology course:
https://hnu.smartcatalogiq.com/en/current/Catalog/Courses/SOCI-Sociology-Courses

The salary is $1,304.78 per unit, or $3,914.34 for a 3-unit course.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
• Applicants should have an M.A. or PhD in Sociology and have experience teaching undergraduate students.
• ABD doctoral candidates with teaching experience will also be considered.
• The successful candidate will have the ability to engage a diverse community of learners, effectively implement innovative inquiry-based pedagogy, the ability to teach online, and use technology to support student learning.

TO APPLY:
The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University faculty employment application, cover letter, and resume to hr@hnu.edu. For more information about these positions, please contact Charles Sarno, Associate Professor of Sociology: sarno@hnu.edu.

About Holy Names University
Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and 7 master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The University’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni, and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Instructional Designer

Holy Names University invites applications for a temporary Instructional Designer.

The Instructional Designer (ID) will work with the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning on the Digital Learning Initiative, a grant-funded project focused on online learning. The ID will work on 2-3 courses during a given development session. The ID will manage the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of a portfolio of online courses, closely collaborating with faculty subject matter experts and instructors throughout the course life cycle. Courses will be in a range of disciplines that are part of the new Online Adult Baccalaureate Degree Completion Program and other programs on campus as needed. In addition, the ID may develop content for online faculty and student training modules on online teaching and learning, and design and lead technology-training sessions for faculty and students on the learning management system and other technology platforms. The ideal candidate will possess strong collaboration and team-building skills, diplomacy, persistence, flexibility, and the ability to remain focused in a deadline-driven environment.

Essential Functions of Positions:

  • Develop collegial and productive collaborative relationships with faculty subject matter experts and instructional teams.
  • Create standard course roadmaps and timelines and work with faculty to ensure that goals and milestones are achieved on schedule.
  • In collaboration with faculty SME, design, select, and test technologies, materials, activities, and assessments that are aligned with course learning outcomes, pedagogical approach, and course content.
  • Using standard course template and Quality Matters rubric as a starting point, design course structure and information architecture for optimal alignment with learning outcomes.
  • Train faculty on course development and delivery tools including video lecture capture, collaboration tools, and learning management system.
  • Design course look and feel and assist faculty with video editing and media assets creation as necessary.
  • Ensure course meets accessibility standards including HTML tags, captions, visual design, and document formats.
  • Assist instructional team during course delivery phase with technology and pedagogy questions and issues. Ensure that course runs smoothly throughout the deployment period.
  • Gather data and analytics from technology platforms, student surveys, artifacts produced in course, and other relevant data to evaluate student learning.
  • Make recommendations based on data for course revisions and assist faculty with revisions as needed.
  • Design and deliver training sessions on LMS and other technology tools for general faculty population.
  • Design and develop online learning strategies modules for online students and instructors.
  • Assist faculty with preparing for Quality Matters course reviews.
  •  Other duties as assigned

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Master’s of PhD in Instructional Design, Education, Library and Information Science, Digital Multimedia Design or related discipline.
  • Candidates with an advanced degree in an academic discipline, combined with strong experience or training in instructional design will be considered.
  • At least two years of experience in online course design and development gained as an instructional designer, instructional technologist, trainer, instructional librarian or related position.
  • Strong knowledge of adult learning theory, experience with Blackboard and/or Canvas.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Digital multimedia fluency (including digital image manipulation, video/audio editing, HTML, presentation software, various ed-tech platforms). Portfolio of course design examples required.
  • Experience with ADDIE or Agile design models and Quality Matters rubric; online teaching experience in higher education; experience providing technology training for faculty.

To Apply:

The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University staff employment application, cover letter, and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

 

About Holy Names University

Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and seven master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The University’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Raskob Day School - Special Education Teaching Associate

Raskob Learning Institute and Day is a non-profit, co-educational private school that serves students with learning differences. It is a dynamic learning and professional environment, and an exciting place for staff and students.

  • Raskob Day School is hiring for a Special Education Teaching Associate, whom will assist teacher in providing instruction in all core academic subjects or in specific subjects to learning disabled students in a nonpublic school classroom. They will provide guidance and assistance to students in following the school routine and in structured academic and less structured social activities.
  • Essential Functions of Positions:
  • Assist in delivering instruction to students, using multisensory techniques, motivational strategies, and prompts to stay on tasks. Assist in the use of a variety of classroom organization strategies ranging from one-on-one instruction, small group instruction, and whole class instruction.
  • Actively engage in the enhancement of own skills and learning through attending professional development workshops, conferences, pursuing professional reading, etc.
  • Actively engage in the enhancement of own skills and learning through attending professional development workshops, conferences, pursuing professional reading, etc.
  • Communicate with parents, professionals, and the public in a professional manner, acting as an effective representative of Raskob Learning Institute and Day School.
  • Participate in the planning and implementation of special events, such as graduation, fieldtrips, holiday performances, cultural presentations, school assemblies.
  • Collaborate with colleagues and supervisors in faculty and departmental meetings, and communication forums.
  • Attend meetings as requested, such as IEP meeting, parent conferences, Student Study Team meetings, etc.
  • Assist in the implementation of behavioral plans as needed for students.
  • Supervise students during lunch and recess, actively engaging in play and athletic activities, handling discipline problems effectively (including communicating with colleagues about incidences), guiding and monitoring the development of positive social skills in students.
  • Complete required paper work professionally and meet deadlines.

Assist teachers in preparing and grading materials and assignments, providing photocopying and other clerical support as needed.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, social sciences or related field preferred.
  • Progress towards an advanced degree or teaching credential desirable.
  • Minimum of one-year experience with students with learning differences, preferably in a classroom setting.

To Apply:

The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University staff employment application, cover letter, and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

About Holy Names University

Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and seven master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The university’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

International Student Advisor

Holy Names University is seeking a part-time, experienced International Student Advisor to manage services in support of the continuing enrollment and success of international students.

The International Student Advisor is responsible for providing immigration advising services and ongoing student support to meet the needs of an international student population ranging from 35-50 students. The International Student Advisor works independently to problem solve a variety of complex issues requiring knowledge of immigration rules and regulations, while also serving as a member of a student success team working to integrate programs and services for international students with the work of other departments. The International Student Advisor also supports the Admissions department with the on-boarding of new international students.

This position reports to the Associate Dean of Student Affairs.

 

Essential Functions of Positions:

  • Administer SEVIS-related functions, serving as PDS.
  • Oversee international student regulations, including practical training.
  • Support HNU’s international students individually as needed for their success.
  • Collaborate with other departments to create and sponsor international student events and community multi-cultural events.
  • Train and support admissions administrators and staff as needed regarding international student policies and best practice.
  • Visa document production for nonimmigrant students and scholars.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Background in higher education, counseling, and/or international education, with 3-5 years of experience in direct support of international students at the college or university level.
  • Knowledge of F-1 regulations as well as relevant policies and processes.
  • Experience working with and supporting diverse communities.

To Apply:

The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University staff employment application, cover letter, and resume to hr@hnu.edu.

About Holy Names University

Oakland’s Holy Names University was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and 7 master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The University’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.