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Medical Lab Scientist - $32-48 per hour
$32-$48 Hourly
Inova Health System
Leesburg VA, US
Leesburg VA, US
$32-$48 Hourly
Inova Health System is seeking a Medical Lab Scientist for a job in Leesburg, Virginia.Job Description & RequirementsSpecialty: Medical Lab ScientistDiscipline: Allied Health ProfessionalStart Date: ASAPDuration: OngoingShift: flexibleEmployment Type: StaffINOVA Loudoun Hospital is seeking an experienced Medical Laboratory Scientist to join their team: Schedule: M-F, Every other weekend, Shift: Mostly EveningsInova Benefits and Perks:- Health, Vision, and Dental Coverage- Life Insurance, Short/Long Term Disability- NEW! 4 weeks PAID PARENTAL LEAVE- Retirement: Inova matches dollar for dollar the first 5% of your eligible pay that you contribute to the plan- Competitive salary: Pay based experience- Amazing Paid Time Off: Accrue PTO hours on your very first day of work- Supplemental Plans: Including Auto/Home Insurance discounts, Pet Insurance, Identity Theft Protection- Additional Benefits: Educational Assistance of up to $5,250/year, Student Loan Refinancing, Adoption Assistance, Child Care Centers, Scholarship Program, Free Parking, Exclusive savings opportunities to in-store events, theme parks, discounts, movie tickets and local offerings and so much more!See Full List of Benefits and Eligibility Here: 2023 INOVA BENEFITS GUIDERequirements for consideration:Minimum Education:- Bachelor’s degree in science from a college/university recognized by regional or national accreditation agency. Degree in Medical Laboratory Science or Medical Technology preferred.- Other acceptable forms of education will follow the guidelines of ASCP/AMT Board certification.Years of Experience:- Successful completion of a NAACLS accredited MLS program, NAACLS or ABHES accredited MSL program, or a foreign medical laboratory science clinical training program within the last five years can be used in lieu of one year of full time acceptable clinical experience.Certification Upon Start:- ASCP or AMT Board certification consistent with scope of responsibility to include MT, MLS, MLT, BB, SBB, C, H, M, SH, SCT, MB, SMB, SM, SC, and HEW.Job Responsibilities included but not limited to:- As a Medical Laboratory Scientist 2, you will ensure quality specimens for Laboratory testing by recognizing pre-analytical factors that adversely affect patient results.- To help achieve our mission, you will operate systems/methodologies in order to produce timely and accurate data for patients, quality control and proficiency testing.- Participating in departmental development by demonstrating operational knowledge and adhering to regulatory standards is of vital importance.- Communicating effectively and working cooperatively with team members to optimize job performance and foster working relationships is required.- Participating in professional growth opportunities to enhance personal, team and departmental development is expected.#LI-AL1Inova Job ID #652724. Posted job title: medical laboratory scientist 2-full time
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Medical Lab Scientist - $32-48 per hour
$32-$48 Hourly
Inova Health System
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
$32-$48 Hourly
Inova Health System is seeking a Medical Lab Scientist for a job in Falls Church, Virginia.Job Description & RequirementsSpecialty: Medical Lab ScientistDiscipline: Allied Health ProfessionalStart Date: ASAPDuration: OngoingShift: eveningsEmployment Type: StaffINOVA Fairfax Medical Campus is seeking an AMT or ASCP Medical Lab Scientist to join their Blood Bank Team! 3pm-1130pm Monday-Friday , w/ Weekend and Holiday rotationInova Benefits and Perks:- Health, Vision, and Dental Coverage- Life Insurance, Short/Long Term Disability- NEW! 4 weeks PAID PARENTAL LEAVE- Retirement: Inova matches dollar for dollar the first 5% of your eligible pay that you contribute to the plan- Competitive salary: Pay based experience- Amazing Paid Time Off: Accrue PTO hours on your very first day of work- Supplemental Plans: Including Auto/Home Insurance discounts, Pet Insurance, Identity Theft Protection- Additional Benefits: Educational Assistance of up to $5,250/year, Student Loan Refinancing, Adoption Assistance, Child Care Centers, Scholarship Program, Free Parking, Exclusive savings opportunities to in-store events, theme parks, discounts, movie tickets and local offerings and so much more!See Full List of Benefits and Eligibility Here: 2023 INOVA BENEFITS GUIDERequirements for consideration:Minimum Education:- Bachelor’s degree in science from a college/university recognized by regional or national accreditation agency. Degree in Medical Laboratory Science or Medical Technology preferred.- Other acceptable forms of education will follow the guidelines of ASCP/AMT Board certification.Years of Experience:- Successful completion of a NAACLS accredited MLS program, NAACLS or ABHES accredited MSL program, or a foreign medical laboratory science clinical training program within the last five years can be used in lieu of one year of full time acceptable clinical experience.Certification Upon Start:- ASCP or AMT Board certification consistent with scope of responsibility to include MT, MLS, MLT, BB, SBB, C, H, M, SH, SCT, MB, SMB, SM, SC, and HEW.Job Responsibilities included but not limited to:- As a Medical Laboratory Scientist 2, you will ensure quality specimens for Laboratory testing by recognizing pre-analytical factors that adversely affect patient results.- To help achieve our mission, you will operate systems/methodologies in order to produce timely and accurate data for patients, quality control and proficiency testing.- Participating in departmental development by demonstrating operational knowledge and adhering to regulatory standards is of vital importance.- Communicating effectively and working cooperatively with team members to optimize job performance and foster working relationships is required.- Participating in professional growth opportunities to enhance personal, team and departmental development is expected.#LI-AL1Inova Job ID #652173. Posted job title: medical laboratory scientist 2-full time (evenings)
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Medical Lab Scientist - $32-48 per hour
$32-$48 Hourly
Inova Health System
Dunn Loring VA, US
Dunn Loring VA, US
$32-$48 Hourly
Inova Health System is seeking a Medical Lab Scientist for a job in Falls Church, Virginia.Job Description & RequirementsSpecialty: Medical Lab ScientistDiscipline: Allied Health ProfessionalStart Date: ASAPDuration: OngoingShift: eveningsEmployment Type: StaffINOVA Fairfax Medical Campus is seeking an AMT or ASCP Medical Lab Scientist to join their Blood Bank Team! 3pm-1130pm Monday-Friday , w/ Weekend and Holiday rotationInova Benefits and Perks:- Health, Vision, and Dental Coverage- Life Insurance, Short/Long Term Disability- NEW! 4 weeks PAID PARENTAL LEAVE- Retirement: Inova matches dollar for dollar the first 5% of your eligible pay that you contribute to the plan- Competitive salary: Pay based experience- Amazing Paid Time Off: Accrue PTO hours on your very first day of work- Supplemental Plans: Including Auto/Home Insurance discounts, Pet Insurance, Identity Theft Protection- Additional Benefits: Educational Assistance of up to $5,250/year, Student Loan Refinancing, Adoption Assistance, Child Care Centers, Scholarship Program, Free Parking, Exclusive savings opportunities to in-store events, theme parks, discounts, movie tickets and local offerings and so much more!See Full List of Benefits and Eligibility Here: 2023 INOVA BENEFITS GUIDERequirements for consideration:Minimum Education:- Bachelor’s degree in science from a college/university recognized by regional or national accreditation agency. Degree in Medical Laboratory Science or Medical Technology preferred.- Other acceptable forms of education will follow the guidelines of ASCP/AMT Board certification.Years of Experience:- Successful completion of a NAACLS accredited MLS program, NAACLS or ABHES accredited MSL program, or a foreign medical laboratory science clinical training program within the last five years can be used in lieu of one year of full time acceptable clinical experience.Certification Upon Start:- ASCP or AMT Board certification consistent with scope of responsibility to include MT, MLS, MLT, BB, SBB, C, H, M, SH, SCT, MB, SMB, SM, SC, and HEW.Job Responsibilities included but not limited to:- As a Medical Laboratory Scientist 2, you will ensure quality specimens for Laboratory testing by recognizing pre-analytical factors that adversely affect patient results.- To help achieve our mission, you will operate systems/methodologies in order to produce timely and accurate data for patients, quality control and proficiency testing.- Participating in departmental development by demonstrating operational knowledge and adhering to regulatory standards is of vital importance.- Communicating effectively and working cooperatively with team members to optimize job performance and foster working relationships is required.- Participating in professional growth opportunities to enhance personal, team and departmental development is expected.#LI-AL1Inova Job ID #652173. Posted job title: medical laboratory scientist 2-full time (evenings)
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Medical Lab Scientist - $32-48 per hour
$32-$48 Hourly
Inova Health System
Merrifield VA, US
Merrifield VA, US
$32-$48 Hourly
Inova Health System is seeking a Medical Lab Scientist for a job in Falls Church, Virginia.Job Description & RequirementsSpecialty: Medical Lab ScientistDiscipline: Allied Health ProfessionalStart Date: ASAPDuration: OngoingShift: eveningsEmployment Type: StaffINOVA Fairfax Medical Campus is seeking an AMT or ASCP Medical Lab Scientist to join their Blood Bank Team! 3pm-1130pm Monday-Friday , w/ Weekend and Holiday rotationInova Benefits and Perks:- Health, Vision, and Dental Coverage- Life Insurance, Short/Long Term Disability- NEW! 4 weeks PAID PARENTAL LEAVE- Retirement: Inova matches dollar for dollar the first 5% of your eligible pay that you contribute to the plan- Competitive salary: Pay based experience- Amazing Paid Time Off: Accrue PTO hours on your very first day of work- Supplemental Plans: Including Auto/Home Insurance discounts, Pet Insurance, Identity Theft Protection- Additional Benefits: Educational Assistance of up to $5,250/year, Student Loan Refinancing, Adoption Assistance, Child Care Centers, Scholarship Program, Free Parking, Exclusive savings opportunities to in-store events, theme parks, discounts, movie tickets and local offerings and so much more!See Full List of Benefits and Eligibility Here: 2023 INOVA BENEFITS GUIDERequirements for consideration:Minimum Education:- Bachelor’s degree in science from a college/university recognized by regional or national accreditation agency. Degree in Medical Laboratory Science or Medical Technology preferred.- Other acceptable forms of education will follow the guidelines of ASCP/AMT Board certification.Years of Experience:- Successful completion of a NAACLS accredited MLS program, NAACLS or ABHES accredited MSL program, or a foreign medical laboratory science clinical training program within the last five years can be used in lieu of one year of full time acceptable clinical experience.Certification Upon Start:- ASCP or AMT Board certification consistent with scope of responsibility to include MT, MLS, MLT, BB, SBB, C, H, M, SH, SCT, MB, SMB, SM, SC, and HEW.Job Responsibilities included but not limited to:- As a Medical Laboratory Scientist 2, you will ensure quality specimens for Laboratory testing by recognizing pre-analytical factors that adversely affect patient results.- To help achieve our mission, you will operate systems/methodologies in order to produce timely and accurate data for patients, quality control and proficiency testing.- Participating in departmental development by demonstrating operational knowledge and adhering to regulatory standards is of vital importance.- Communicating effectively and working cooperatively with team members to optimize job performance and foster working relationships is required.- Participating in professional growth opportunities to enhance personal, team and departmental development is expected.#LI-AL1Inova Job ID #652173. Posted job title: medical laboratory scientist 2-full time (evenings)
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Undergraduate Recruitment and Engagement Specialist
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Undergraduate Recruitment and Engagement Specialist 10000238 Fairfax, VA Classified Staff Opening on: Dec 7 2023 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: Costello College of Business (CCB) Classification: Education Support Spec 3 Job Category: Classified Staff Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Fairfax Telework Friendly: Hybrid Eligible Pay Band: 04 Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes Motor Vehicle Records Check: Yes About the College: The Donald G. Costello College of Business at George Mason University develops career-ready graduates through interdisciplinary academic programs, innovative learning opportunities, and business partnerships within a diverse and inclusive culture of cohesive excellence. As one of the nation's top research universities, George Mason holds an R1 designation from the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The Costello College of Business is one of the largest business schools in Virginia, with over 4600 undergraduate and 700 graduate students. The college is AACSB-Accredited and is the first and only business school in Virginia to earn the endorsement of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), in recognition of its high educational standards. U.S. News and World Report's Best Colleges 2024 ranks George Mason University at #51 among all public universities and #105 among all universities nationwide. Learn more at business.gmu.edu. About the Position: The Undergraduate Recruitment and Engagement Specialist provides administrative, logistical, and recruitment support to the recruitment and engagement function, within the Costello College of Business Undergraduate Programs team. The position professionally represents the Costello College of Business during all admission and recruitment events, both on- and off-campus; in the support and growth of the Business Living Learning Community; events where campus partners, alumni, and dignitaries are present; and during meetings and events with other campus constituents. This position aids in the support of new, current, and returning students through the full spectrum of their George Mason experience, in a fast-paced environment subject to multiple demands and changing conditions to support the college of business. Responsibilities: Administrative Support and Outreach: Provides assistance with day-to-day operations of Undergraduate Recruitment and Engagement including outreach via phone, email, and mass communication systems, constituent engagement and management, and other administrative tasks; Coordinates and conducts prospective student appointments and group information sessions; Liaises between MarCom and Recruitment teams while assisting with marketing and communication projects as assigned; and Implements and leads new initiatives for improved personalization of student outreach and engagement. LC Student Leadership Programs: Leads development efforts for Peer Mentor Program; Supervises student staff, including initial training and conducting one-on-one meetings with mentors; Creates and implements a LC Council that supports student programs and initiatives, while providing leadership opportunities for students; Provides mentorship and guidance to students chosen for both peer mentor and council programs; Creates and implements Business and Entrepreneurship Emerging Leaders (BEEL) Certificate; and Serves as a resource to student staff and mentees for professional development, crisis intervention, and general support. Living Learning Community Support: Oversees the day-to-day programming and operations of the learning community for the Costello College of Business; Co-supervises LC student staff with Housing and Resident Life (HRL) Community Director(s); Oversees marketing and outreach efforts for recruiting new and returning LC students, programs, and major HRL events; Leads the development/implementation of programs for the first year and upper levels of the Business and Entrepreneurship LC; Primary function for crisis intervention support and any ensuing student support and advocacy; Serves as liaison to HRL in support of room assignments and floor planning; Engages all students who live on campus in other university housing or learning communities; Attends all LC Central meetings and trainings; Collaborates with HRL at George Mason in support of HRL initiatives; and Collaborates with HRL and College of Business faculty and staff to implement and carry out a regular assessment program for the LC. Collaboration with Costello College of Business Student Services: Continuously collaborates with student services within the unit to assure proper policies, scope of services, and events are communicated to all prospective students and guests, as well as to our students residing in the LC; Serves as point of contact for Beta Gamma Sigma and associated events and programs; Collaborates with College of Business student services to provide outreach and oversight of student organizations; and Serves as a liaison between Admissions counselors and College of Business Academic Advisors. Event Planning and Coordination: Supports Undergraduate Programs through various events throughout the year. These events support Undergraduate Recruitment and Engagement, Academic Advising, and major ceremonies and celebrations. Works with stakeholders to remain within the budget needed for each specific event; Coordinates recruitment activities including fairs, open houses, and on-site visits; Provides logistical oversight of new summer programs for community partners; Collaborates with stakeholders for central and College-specific recruitment activities; and Assists the Office of Student Success and Academic Services to offer event planning assistance and operation support. Liaison to the College and University Constituents: Represents Undergraduate Recruitment and Engagement to University and College partners including Marketing and Communications, Enrollment Management and Marketing, Costello College of Business Minor Programs, University Admissions, Housing and Residence Life, Alumni Relations, Costello College of Business Development, and academic partners; and Continuously collaborates with campus partners to provide experiential learning programs and opportunities to college of business students. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience; Demonstrated work experience in a related professional setting; Knowledge of recruitment and admission trends within higher education, community colleges, high school and adult student outreach, and certificate programs; Excellent computer skills with working knowledge of all applications in Microsoft Office, electronic calendaring, e-mail, university applications such as MicroStrategy, Banner, and Salesforce, College applications and files, and Admissions/university databases and reporting formats; Excellent customer service skills as this function frequently interacts with guests, students, and community partners in-person and virtually; Strong interpersonal and organizational skills, and excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to provide timely and relevant input concerning external relations activities, meetings, and events, as well as to act for the good of the Undergraduate Recruitment and Outreach team and the College in a wide variety of situations; Ability to work independently and complete multiple tasks within tight deadlines; Ability to learn and adapt in new, fast paced environments; Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality in a highly visible office; and Must possess a valid driver's license. Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for the Undergraduate Recruitment and Engagement Specialist at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and provide a cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references with contact information. Posting Open Date: December 7, 2023 For Full Consideration, Apply by: December 21, 2023 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Academic Advising Assistant
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Academic Advising Assistant 10000691 Fairfax, VA Part-Time / Hourly Wage Opening on: Feb 2 2024 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Education and Human Development Classification: GMU Worker Job Category: Part-Time / Hourly Wage Job Type: Part-Time Work Schedule: Monday/Tuesday/Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. preferred. Hours and schedule are negotiable. Location: Fairfax, VA Workplace Type: Remote Eligible Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) is an innovative, inclusive, and cutting-edge college that successfully prepares professionals to promote learning and development across the lifespan while contributing meaningfully to research in human and organizational performance as well as in the learning and developmental sciences. About the Position: The George Mason University, College of Education and Human Development, Division of Special Education and disAbility Research seeks applicants to fill a temporary position (through spring and into summer 2024) as an Academic Advising Assistant to work with undergraduate and graduate students in Bachelor's, minors, Master's, and graduate certificate programs in special education and assistive technology. The assistant will work with the Program Advisor to refer students to applicable resources, outline clear pathways for program completion, review records for graduation, and initiate and process academic actions. Responsibilities: Interface with a diverse body of students regarding degree requirements, application deadlines, registration, program information, and general student inquiries; Advise graduate and undergraduate students in the special education and assistive technology programs on academic requirements, programs-of-study, and administrative procedures; Create academic course plans for students. Use the Navigate Mason system to book and report on appointments. Facilitate onboarding of new students; Maintain timely and accurate student records in accordance with Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations. Use Ellucian Banner (INB) systems to review and update student records as needed; Provide timely and accurate follow-up communication with students and stakeholders; Collaborate with relevant faculty and staff to ensure superior customer service; and Provide advisor support at orientations and recruitment events. Required Qualifications: Outstanding professional oral and written communication skills; Ability to manage sensitive and/or confidential student information; Familiarity with George Mason University policies and systems, including Patriot Web and Degree Works; Computer literacy and the ability to achieve proficiency with Ellucian Banner and Salesforce; Proven ability to work positively as a team member; and Customer service experience. Preferred Qualifications: Experience using INB/Banner student management system; Understanding of the Navigate Mason system; Familiarity with academic actions including form processing and catalog policies; and Previous college/university admission, enrollment, or transfer advising experience. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for Academic Advising Assistant at https://jobs.gmu.edu/. Complete and submit the online application to include three professional references with contact information, and provide a cover letter and resume. Posting Open Date: February 2, 2024 For Full Consideration, Apply by: February 16, 2024 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Senior Financial Aid Counselor
George Washington University
Ashburn VA, US
Ashburn VA, US
I. JOB OVERVIEW Job Description Summary: The Office of Enrollment and Student Success (ESS) is a mission-driven organization providing a cohesive experience throughout all phases of the student lifecycle, from the admissions and enrollment process through graduation and beyond, by supporting a connected, comprehensive and student-centered approach to the student experience. An integral component to ESS, the Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) administers over $430 million in financial aid (institutional grants and federal loans combined) to undergraduate and graduate students, and is responsible for ensuring adherence to federal, state and institutional regulations relating to student financial aid. Reporting directly to the Assistant Director, Financial Aid Counseling & Processing, the Senior Financial Aid Counselor assists in the administration of federal, state and institutional student aid programs for a diverse population of traditional and non-traditional students. Primary duties include:Financial Aid Processing: Processes student aid application and package awards. Verifies and assesses student eligibility for financial aid. Conducts assessment of student needs including monitoring and evaluation the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures. Provides financial aid counseling to student and parents regarding application procedures and eligibility requirements. Counsels students and aid recipients regarding cost of attendance, management of available financial aid opportunities, eligibility requirements, and the application process. Provides assistance to students with loans, grants, scholarships and the financial aid application process, and reviews applications to assure accurate and complete information. Manages the Undergraduate student populations’ project plan. Monitors satisfactory academic progress of students receiving financial aid. Compliance: Demonstrates a firm understanding in government and private resources for funding a college education. Interprets, implements, and maintains up-to-date knowledge of Federal and State guidelines governing financial aid programs Communications:Delivers exemplary customer service to prospective and continuing students and families in planning and coordinating the funding of their education.Communicates appropriate information to other OSFA departments.Data Management: Uses GW systems in Office of Financial Aid to record, track and analyze student questions, and engagements. Utilizes Federal and State agency online data management systems to troubleshoot studentThe position is based at GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus in Washington, DC/Virginia Science & Technology Campus in Ashburn, VA. The incumbent may perform other related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position. Minimum Qualifications: Qualified candidates will hold a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization. Degree must be conferred by the start date of the position. Degree requirements may be substituted with an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Additional Required Licenses/Certifications/Posting Specific Minimum Qualifications: Preferred Qualifications: Active listening skills Problem Solving skills Caring and helpful demeanor High degree of composure and professionalism Knowledge and experience with financial aid processes for students Demonstrated program management experience Strong presentation, interpersonal, networking, and organizational skills Strong organizational, multitasking, and time-management skills Attention to detail Ability to take initiative Ability to contribute in a team environment Demonstrated ability to work independently, meet deadlines Takes responsibility to accomplish job assignments within reasonable deadlines Typical Hiring Range Commensurate with Experience. II. JOB DETAILS Campus Location: Ashburn, Virginia College/School/Department: Enrollment Management Family Enrollment Services Sub-Family Financial Aid Stream Individual Contributor Level Level 1 Full-Time/Part-Time: Full time -> FTE 1.00 Hours Per Week: 40 Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:30pm Will this job require the employee to work on site? Yes Employee Onsite Status Hybrid Telework: Yes Required Background Check: Criminal History Screening, Education/Degree/Certifications Verification, Social Security Number Trace, and Sex Offender Registry Search Special Instructions to Applicants: Employer will not sponsor for employment Visa status Internal Applicants Only? No Posting Number: S012723 Job Open Date: 01/12/2024 Job Close Date: If temporary, grant funded or limited term appointment, position funded until: Background Screening Successful Completion of a Background Screening will be required as a condition of hire. EEO Statement: The university is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that does not unlawfully discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
Full-Time
Education Support Specialist
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Education Support Specialist 10000614 Fairfax, VA Classified Staff Opening on: Jan 24 2024 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: Col of Engineering and Computing Classification: Education Support Spec 2 Job Category: Classified Staff Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Fairfax, VA Telework Friendly: Hybrid Eligible Pay Band: 03 Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The purpose of the Undergraduate Student Services Office within the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) is to serve undergraduate students by being the focal point of knowledge regarding policies/procedures, program offerings/requirements, and university resources. Primary responsibilities of the Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs include the following activities: processing of academic requests; marketing undergraduate programs and recruiting high school and transfer students; providing retention and other student support services; coordinating career related programs and activities; providing opportunities for student professional development; preparing appropriate reports and documents related to program assessment and student retention; managing curriculum and program development processes; preparing informational materials; and publicizing activities to students and faculty. About the Position: The primary purpose of the Education Support Specialist is to provide administrative and technical support for programs associated with the CEC Undergraduate Student Services Office. Responsibilities include the following: supporting requests from and serving as a resource for students, faculty/staff, and the CEC service community; preparing and disseminating program information; monitoring the academic progress of students; and preparing reports essential for development/implementation of student retention strategies. Responsibilities: Student Support: Receives academic requests, reviews for accuracy, verifies documents, and provides to Associate Dean for review. Communicates decisions to students; Responds to request inquiries via phone and email; Maintains electronic student file folders and updates as student requests are processed; Stays up to date on university and CEC academic policy and processes for student requests; Assists with end of semester termination and warning review; and Develops and maintains a working relationship with staff across campus offering services to undergraduate students (i.e., Registrar, Financial Aid, CAPS, Academic Advising Center, etc.). Office Support: Serves as secondary "first point of contact" for calls, visitors, and general email inquiries; Creates facilities work orders as needed; Serves as backup contact and support for CEC Peer Mentors; Mentors new CEC UGSS staff members on processes associated with student requests and other day-to-day responsibilities in the UGSS office; and Updates UGSS forms. Data Collection and Analysis: Obtains, organizes, interprets, and presents data relevant to CEC UGSS policies and procedures and to CEC UG student success; Uses services such as MicroStrategy to collect and organize relevant data for UGSS office analysis; and Creates, examines, and manipulates spreadsheets. Recruiting and Outreach: Supports CEC Undergraduate Student Services Office at University Orientation sessions, CEC Research Celebration, CEC Visit Days, Degree Celebrations, and other various recruiting, outreach, and celebration events; and Assists with event planning, communication, and day-of attendance. Website and Communications: Maintains and updates websites related to CEC Undergraduate Student Services, CEC Undergraduate forms, and the CEC Peer Mentor Center; and Compiles and distributes undergraduate weekly announcements. Required Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; Mid-level professional experience in an office setting; Experience with confidential record keeping; Knowledge of general office procedures; Advanced computer skills, particularly in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe; Aptitude to learn new software and internet applications; Demonstrated skill in using institutional databases, public access sites, and primary research skills to obtain and organize information; Ability to coordinate a variety of activities simultaneously; Demonstrated clear communication and problem-solving skills; Ability to exercise independent, sound judgement with accuracy and attention to detail; Demonstrated skill in working as part of a team; Ability to work effectively with diverse clients including students, parents, faculty, and staff; and Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and accuracy in dealing with clients and all academic requests/forms. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related field; Experience in a higher education setting; Experience with Banner, eVA, Patriot Web, and MicroStrategy; Experience with event planning; General knowledge of university policies and procedures; and Knowledge of university resources. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for the Education Support Specialist at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and provide a cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references with contact information. Posting Open Date: January 24, 2024 For Full Consideration, Apply by: February 21, 2024 Open Until Filled?: Yes Mason Engineering: The Future of Engineering is Here About the College The College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) at George Mason University is a fast-growing force for innovation in research and education. Ranked nationally in the top 100 in both undergraduate and graduate education, the CEC enrolled a record high of 10,933 students in fall 2023. The college has 34 undergraduate, master's and doctoral degree programs including several first-in-the-nation offerings. Of its 320 full-time faculty, 93 are tenured, 77 are tenure-track, 90 are term faculty, and 60 are research faculty. As part of a nationally ranked research university, CEC research teams expended $65 million in sponsored research awards in the past year and had projects with over $119 million in current and anticipated awards. The college stands out for its leading research in areas such as artificial intelligence, data analytics engineering, cybersecurity engineering, biomedical imaging and devices, healthcare, autonomous systems, 5G/Next G communications, systems architectures, computational biomedicine, advanced materials and manufacturing, sustainable infrastructure, and more. The college encourages and supports multidisciplinary research and provides ample opportunity for faculty to work with other disciplines. About the University and the Region George Mason University is the largest and most diverse public research university in Virginia, with an enrollment of more than 40,000 students studying in over 200 degree programs. Mason is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in a range of academic fields. It was classified as an R1 research institution in 2016 by the Carnegie Classifications of Institutes of Higher Education. The university has campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William County. Its proximity to Washington, D.C. provides unmatched geographical access to federal agencies and national laboratories. Northern Virginia is also home to one of the largest concentrations of high-tech firms in the nation, providing excellent opportunities for interaction with industry. The region is consistently rated as being among the best places to live in the country and has an outstanding local public school system. About the Future In conjunction with Amazon's decision to establish a second headquarters in Northern Virginia, the Commonwealth of Virginia announced a multi-year plan to invest in the growth of degree programs in computing. As a result, Mason has committed to accelerate its plans to grow its capacity in computing and high-tech fields. Among the university's exciting initiatives are the launch of the Institute for Digital Innovation-a university think tank and incubator to serve the digital economy-and the expansion of Mason Square, home to its Arlington facilities. In 2025, Fuse a new 355,000 square foot building, will open to students, faculty, and research teams. This net-zero facility will house the Institute for Digital Innovation, state-of the-art classrooms, labs, and collaborative spaces. It will also include retail space, and leasing opportunities for local businesses. These initiatives reflect hundreds of millions of dollars in new investment by Mason that will rapidly elevate the university's already leading national position in computing and related areas.
Full-Time
Development Operations Manager
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Development Operations Manager 10000150 Fairfax, VA Classified Staff Opening on: Nov 1 2023 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Public Health Classification: Gen Admin Supv 1/Coord 1 Job Category: Classified Staff Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Fairfax Telework Friendly: Hybrid Eligible Pay Band: 04 Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The College of Public Health (CPH) prepares students to become leaders and shape the public's health through academic excellence, research of consequence, community outreach, and inter-professional clinical practice. The College enrolls more than 1,900 undergraduate and 1,300 graduate students in its nationally-recognized offerings. CPH Development provides strategic, active management of the fundraising efforts that support the College and student, faculty, and staff success. About the Position: The Development Operations Manager will support the development office's day-to-day activities and provide administrative support to the Sr. Director of Development. The Manager will oversee special events that include alumni engagement activities, educational panels, and donor cultivation events. The Manager will oversee the donor stewardship process, including correspondence, gift processing, and documentation, maintaining and updating donor activities in the PatriotForce database, and reporting and tracking using Microstrategy. The Development Operations Manager manages all development aspects of the CPH student scholarship program and coordinate with CPH's Finance and Office of Student Affairs to assist with donor communications and related activities to the scholarship program. This position is expected to work some evening and weekend hours for events. Responsibilities: Development Activities: Provide administrative support to the Sr. Director of Development; Coordinate with development staff and faculty on alumni engagement events & projects and college activities; Perform and coordinate department financial reporting & reconciliations; Act as the first point of contact for the development department and handle inquiries & questions; Ensure student scholarship programs are maintained; and Maintain the department's stewardship plan. Events & Special Projects: Interact with CPH donors, volunteers, and colleagues; Organize and implement CPH events, including but not limited to: Alumni Weekend, Networking events, educational symposiums, scholarship receptions, homecoming, and college celebrations; Produce bio profiles on key attendees and distribute to senior CPH faculty and volunteer leaders prior to events; Develop and maintain an event(s) timeline with goal targeting, benchmarks, results, and deadlines; and Utilizing Mason's Anthology software, coordinate the production of invitations, rsvp's of guest lists, and all communications with attendees prior to and following events. Stewardship: Develop an executive stewardship plan for CPH donors that includes creative and effective ways to increase engagement and support; Ensure donors and alumni are included in University-wide stewardship events; Recruit donors and student recipients to attend the University Scholarship Breakfast; and Thank all donors in a timely manner. Administrative/Communications: Assist with committee schedules & meetings, minutes/reminders; Manage financial reports for the department (P-card, reconciliation); Day-to-day office management (ie: ordering supplies, IT requests); and Coordinate with Advancement offices the distribution of development messages for, but not limited to: Alumni e-newsletter; Donor communications; Student scholarship/award recipients; Dean & faculty talking points. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree, or the equivalent combination of education and experience; Demonstrated experience developing and executing fundraising strategies; Demonstrated success in managing multiple projects at a time; Demonstrated success in planning events; Ability to work effectively with diverse groups of alumni, faculty, staff, donors, students and colleagues throughout the university; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Demonstrated interpersonal skills; Ability to take initiative and work independently; Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with appropriate discretion; and Attention to detail and follow-through; and Flexibility to work evening and weekend hours. Preferred Qualifications: Previous experience working in higher education; Previous development & event experience; Experience fundraising for higher education or not for profit; and Administrative experience. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for Development Operations Manager at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and provide a cover letter, resume, a list of three professional references with contact information, and a diversity statement summarizing the extent to which you have worked with any individuals from marginalized groups in a teaching, mentorship, or advisory capacity, and how you helped them identify and overcome barriers to success (no more than two paragraphs). Posting Open Date: November 1, 2023 For Full Consideration, Apply by: November 15, 2023 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Graduate Program Specialist
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Graduate Program Specialist 10000677 Fairfax, VA Classified Staff Opening on: Jan 31 2024 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: Col of Engineering and Computing Classification: Admin Office Specialist 3 Job Category: Classified Staff Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Fairfax, VA Workplace Type: Hybrid Eligible Pay Band: 03 Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The Computer Science Department's mission is to provide an innovative approach to technology in achieving academic excellence and high-quality service to all its constituents including visitors, chair and faculty, and current and prospective students through sound administrative team support. The department's objectives are offering Computer Science programs at undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. About the Position: The Graduate Program Specialist provides advising support to Computer Science (CS) graduate students and associated administrative support for graduate programs of the CS department. This position serves as an advisor to graduate students enrolled in PhD programs of the CS department, interacts with other university departments to assist students and faculty to resolve problems, expedites routine paperwork or electronic submissions for processing and/or problem solving, supports admissions processes for PhD programs, and responds to inquiries from prospective students and visitors regarding academic programs. The incumbent represents the department in a professional manner and acts as a source regarding the university and department's rules and regulations, and policies and procedures.This position is required to work occasional evening and weekend hours for orientation and admissions events. Responsibilities: Academic Advising, Computer Science Graduate Programs: Provides advising assistance to prospective students, as well as current students on course selection, prerequisites, transfer credits, graduation, and general university information; Directs students to appropriate agency if problem cannot be resolved internally; Maintains student confidentiality; Advancement to candidacy: PhD CS current and prospective PhD student events; and Milestone paperwork processing: PhD CS (breadth/research advisor/comprehensive exams/proposal/defense). Admissions, Computer Science Graduate Programs: Coordinates and ensures the accuracy of admissions and graduation application processing; Acts as liaison between department and admissions, processing applications and coordinating faculty reviews for CS graduate programs; New PhD Admissions Offers Coordinator (GTA/GRA/Self-Funded/Presidential Scholar) working in cooperation with the CS HR Specialist; and Qualifying/Comprehensive Exam Coordinator. Administrative Assistance: Assists with administrative and assigned tasks, including but not limited to, serving as backup contact for CS MS program, classroom and conference room reservations, file creation and maintenance, and filing and travel processing; and Performs other related duties as assigned to support CS department operations. Required Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; Experience with basic word processing; Experience working with spreadsheets and data entry applications; Experience with Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel; Demonstrated organizational skills; Demonstrated interpersonal skills and professionalism in communication; and Ability to establish and maintain an effective rapport and working relationship with individuals from diverse social and ethnic backgrounds. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related field; Experience using multi-line telephone, copier and fax machine; Experience in higher education or other academic advising environment; Knowledge of Mason student policies and services; and Understanding of university graduate programs and their requirements. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for the Graduate Program Specialist at https://jobs.gmu.edu/. Complete and submit the online application to include three professional references with contact information, and provide a cover letter and resume. Posting Open Date: January 31, 2024 For Full Consideration, Apply by: February 29, 2024 Open Until Filled?: Yes Mason Engineering: The Future of Engineering is Here! About the College: The College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) at George Mason University is a fast-growing force for innovation in research and education. Ranked nationally in the top 100 in both undergraduate and graduate education, the CEC enrolled a record high of 10,933 students in fall 2023. The college has 34 undergraduate, master's and doctoral degree programs including several first-in-the-nation offerings. Of its 320 full-time faculty, 93 are tenured, 77 are tenure-track, 90 are term faculty, and 60 are research faculty. As part of a nationally ranked research university, CEC research teams expended $65 million in sponsored research awards in the past year and had projects with over $119 million in current and anticipated awards. The college stands out for its leading research in areas such as artificial intelligence, data analytics engineering, cybersecurity engineering, biomedical imaging and devices, healthcare, autonomous systems, 5G/Next G communications, systems architectures, computational biomedicine, advanced materials and manufacturing, sustainable infrastructure, and more. The college encourages and supports multidisciplinary research and provides ample opportunity for faculty to work with other disciplines. About the University and the Region: George Mason University is the largest and most diverse public research university in Virginia, with an enrollment of more than 40,000 students studying in over 200 degree programs. Mason is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in a range of academic fields. It was classified as an R1 research institution in 2016 by the Carnegie Classifications of Institutes of Higher Education. The university has campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William County. Its proximity to Washington, D.C. provides unmatched geographical access to federal agencies and national laboratories. Northern Virginia is also home to one of the largest concentrations of high-tech firms in the nation, providing excellent opportunities for interaction with industry. The region is consistently rated as being among the best places to live in the country and has an outstanding local public school system. About the Future: In conjunction with Amazon's decision to establish a second headquarters in Northern Virginia, the Commonwealth of Virginia announced a multi-year plan to invest in the growth of degree programs in computing. As a result, Mason has committed to accelerate its plans to grow its capacity in computing and high-tech fields. Among the university's exciting initiatives are the launch of the Institute for Digital Innovation-a university think tank and incubator to serve the digital economy-and the expansion of Mason Square, home to its Arlington facilities. In 2025, Fuse a new 355,000 square foot building, will open to students, faculty, and research teams. This net-zero facility will house the Institute for Digital Innovation, state-of the-art classrooms, labs, and collaborative spaces. It will also include retail space, and leasing opportunities for local businesses. These initiatives reflect hundreds of millions of dollars in new investment by Mason that will rapidly elevate the university's already leading national position in computing and related areas.
Full-Time
History Teacher - Summer Program (4.5 week contract)
Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area
Middleburg VA, US
Middleburg VA, US
POSITION SUMMARY:National History Academy, a program of Journey Through Hallowed Ground, is a 4-week residential summer experience for 90 highly motivated high school students from around the world from June 30 to July 27, 2024. The Academy is recruiting five teachers who are passionate about American history and democracy to guide students along this once in a lifetime opportunity. By partnering with the National Park Service, College Board, the Case Method Institute, and Braver Angels, teachers will be well equipped to implement a unique curriculum that helps students explore the development of our nation’s democracy and provide them with the tools to prepare for a better future. Throughout the summer, teachers will work in and out of the classroom with students and travel to over 30 historic sites around Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia including the U.S. Capitol, Smithsonian museums, Harpers Ferry, Gettysburg, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestowne, and many more. This fellowship will provide teachers with room & board, a $5,000 stipend, transportation to and admission at all historic sites visited, and a truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience American history in the places it actually happened. The Academy offers an inspiring and engaging learning environment. Each week, the students will take 3-4 trips to historic sites. On classroom days, Teaching Fellows, with the assistance of Counselors/Teaching Assistants, will guide students as they read primary source documents and engage in rich debate and discussion about significant periods in American history. The Academy will employ a hybrid of formal and informal learning methods through discussion, reading texts, watching films and documentaries, and lectures by over 30 noted leaders and historians. All of this will be further explored through collaborative learning experiences during the immersive on-site visits. RESPONSIBILITIES Teach students about our nation's identity, including the founding and development of American democracy and their rights and responsibilities as citizensEmpower students to become critical thinkers and to develop a line of inquiry when approaching historyHelp students gain a deep conceptual understanding of the important events, inventions, and time periods that have helped shape AmericaCreate lesson plans and organize student-lead classroom discussions pertinent to the historical sites and topics focused on each weekIdentify supplemental teaching resources and primary sources to help students understand the concepts being presentedBe a reflective listener and unbiased assessor of class discussions and final student projectsContinually assess students' understanding of concepts and modify lessons as requiredModel initiative, resiliency, and patience for students, while maximizing student experienceConduct all teaching practice and related activities in a professional mannerServe as the primary caregiver for each student. Maintain high levels of health and safety for all students and staffBe a role model for students and staff in attitude and behavior. Follow and uphold all safely and security rules, and all policies and proceduresSupport the values and mission of the National History AcademyPerform other duties as assigned. REQUIREMENTS.Must have experience teaching    , preferably including some experience with place-based education and American historyDemonstrated excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal and leadership skills. You must be able to speak clearly to students, other teachers, parents, and administration officials.Excellent organization and time management skillsProblem solving skills and the ability to lead and instructInstruction skills and the ability to explain new ideas and unfamiliar concepts with authorityEngage students in each lesson, and serve as an unbiased listener for classroom discussionCreate healthy relationships with students and faculty to create a high-quality learning environmentObserve and assess student behavior and enforce safety regulations, emergency procedures, and apply appropriate behavior-management techniquesPhysical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid. Must be able to assist students in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury) and possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.Must be first-aid/CPR certifiedMust pass a background check
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Full-Time
Chair, Department of Environmental Science and Policy
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Chair, Department of Environmental Science and Policy 10000352 Fairfax, VA Instructional Faculty Opening on: Jan 23 2024 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Science Classification: 9-month Instructional Faculty Job Category: Instructional Faculty Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Fairfax Telework Friendly: Hybrid Eligible Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes Financial Background Check: Yes Works with Minors Check: Yes Chair, Department of Environmental Science and Policy (Tenure Track) The George Mason University Department of Environmental Science and Policy (ESP) is seeking an energetic and experienced individual for a full-time, tenure track position to be filled at the Associate or Full Professor level beginning in August 2024. We are interested in individuals who have substantial experience in administering academic programs and have a strong record of teaching, grantsmanship, and publications. The successful candidate should demonstrate the ability to lead faculty in the formulation and implementation of the department's vision and goals. The Chair supervises all departmental instructional and fiscal operations, supervises departmental staff, and conducts annual evaluations of faculty and staff. The Chair is also expected to help secure resources from both internal and external sources to help advance departmental goals in research and teaching, including the funding of graduate students. The initial appointment will be for four years and is renewable at the discretion of the Dean of the College of Science. About the Department: The Department of Environmental Science and Policy is well known for its truly interdisciplinary faculty focused on environmental and social sciences. ESP's tenured, tenure-track, and term faculty actively engage in both research and teaching, a unique feature that supports and enriches the Department's interdisciplinary research collaborations and academic programs. ESP also includes additional graduate program faculty from across the university and numerous environmental professionals. The following degrees are awarded by ESP: B.S. in Environmental Science, B.A. in Environmental and Sustainability Studies (in collaboration with the School of Integrative Studies), M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy, and Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Public Policy. The Department has a strong commitment to the achievement of excellence among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich our academic and culturally inclusive environment. We are also deeply committed to increasing diversity and encourage applications from women and minority scholars. The Department is housed in two locations: the Fairfax campus and the Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center (PEREC). The Chair's office is located in David King Hall on the Fairfax campus. This campus is home to all of the Social Science and Policy-oriented faculty, as well as some of the natural science faculty. Several teaching and research laboratories are also found in David King Hall. The Fairfax campus is home to many faculty from other departments who collaborate with the ESP Department. PEREC is located on the tidal Occoquan River in the Belmont Bay section of Woodbridge, Virginia, about 30 minutes from Mason's Fairfax campus. Led by ESP faculty PEREC has an excellent infrastructure of research labs, teaching labs, support rooms and offices with a team of nine faculty researchers from three College of Science (COS) departments: five from ESP, two from Chemistry and Biochemistry, and two from Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Earth Sciences. The team has numerous collaborative research projects including the 38-year Gunston Cove ecosystem study and the more recent ecosystem study at Hunting Creek. For more information on ESP, visit us online at http://esp.gmu.edu. For more information on PEREC, visit us online at http://perec.science.gmu.edu. George Mason University College of Science (Mason Science) is committed to advancing access, justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (A-JEDI) throughout our STEM community, including within our hiring and retention practices. At Mason Science, our values include fostering an organizational culture that promotes anti-racism, belonging, respect, and civility. We believe that a diversity of opinions, cultures, and perspectives is what provides vibrancy, innovation, and growth to an academic community. By prioritizing inclusive excellence in academics, teaching, research, and global engagement, we strive to attract a diverse pool of faculty and staff who exemplify the Mason Science mission and vision. About the Position: The Department of Environmental Science and Policy in the College of Science at George Mason University is seeking an accomplished tenure-track level instructional faculty member who, in addition to the underlying duties as an instructional faculty, will be assigned duties as Department Chair. This additional assignment is considered to be an "at-will" position and will be reporting to the Dean of the College of Science. The position supervises all departmental instructional and fiscal operations, supervises departmental staff, and conducts annual evaluations of faculty and staff. The position is also expected to help secure resources from both internal and external sources to help advance departmental goals in research and teaching, including the funding of graduate students. Responsibilities: Lead in enhancing and expanding the vision of the department, college, and university; Participate in college and university level committees to further the goals of the department and college; Provide leadership in curriculum and pedagogy revitalization; Elevate the status and visibility of the department among peer institutions; Promote a culture of diversity and inclusivity in the student body, faculty, and staff of the department; Provide a strategic framework for graduate recruitment and retention; Continue to promote the stability and growth of the undergraduate program; Supervise and support all department faculty and staff in a fair, active, and transparent manner; Manage the budget of the department including working with the development office to increase external fundraising; Teach two courses per academic year, either graduate, undergraduate, or both; Develop and fund an active research program; and Supervise and advise graduate students in the chair's research program. Required Qualifications: Terminal degree in related field; Record of instructional excellence at the undergraduate and/or graduate level; Demonstrated excellence in curriculum development; Demonstrated ability and experience in administrative roles; Strong leadership, managerial, and organizational skills; Excellent oral and written communication skills in a variety of formats for a diversity of audiences; and Sustained record of teaching scholarly achievements, and service consistent with the rank of a tenured professor. Preferred Qualifications: Record of effective leadership that may include examples of professional training; university growth or new programs; innovation in curriculum; and development of new facilities, funding, endowments, and partnerships; Successful record of maintaining a competitively funded research program that is acknowledged by peers; Consistent record of advising, supervising, and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students; Experience with fostering shared governance among diverse faculty with varying titles, ranks, and program specialties; and Research and teaching philosophies that align with the department and university. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for the Chair, Department of Environmental Science and Policy at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and provide a cover letter, CV, philosophy of teaching, research statement, statement of administrative experience and management philosophy (2 pages) (as Other Doc), and a list of three professional references with contact information. Posting Open Date: January 23, 2024 For Full Consideration, Apply by: February 20, 2024 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Adjunct Faculty, School of Music - Musical Theater Voice
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Adjunct Faculty, School of Music - Musical Theater Voice 10000055 Fairfax, VA Adjunct Faculty Opening on: Oct 17 2023 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Visual and Performing Arts Job Category: Adjunct Faculty Job Type: Part-Time Location: Fairfax Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The Reva and Sid Dewberry Family School of Music's mission is to enable every student to find his or her best musical voice; prepare each to fulfill society's need for artistic and innovative musicians, scholars, music educators, and ambassadors for the arts; and graduate each with hope, confidence, and distinction. About the Position: The adjunct applied Musical Theater Voice professor will teach individualized lessons, starting January 2024. The position will report to both the Dewberry School of Music and the School of Theater Directors. Responsibilities: Teach Applied Musical Theater Voice; Provide leadership to Mason's Musical Theater Voice Studio to include coordination of studio classes as well as on-campus and off-campus performances and events; Coordinate recruitment for the Musical Theater Voice Studio; Adjudicate Musical Theater Voice Juries; and Participate in Musical Theater initiatives. Required Qualifications: Master's Degree in Music or equivalent professional experience; Demonstrated experience working with colleagues and students from diverse backgrounds; and Established reputation as a professional artist with a documented portfolio of live performances. Preferred Qualifications: Successful experience teaching at the college level; Successful experience teaching vocal techniques for musical theater styles; Piano skills sufficient for accompanying voice students in lessons; and Experience teaching students to build technical proficiency and repertoire across the genre. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and provide a cover letter, CV, and a list of three professional references with contact information. Posting Open Date: October 17, 2023 For Full Consideration, Apply by: October 31, 2023 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Administrative Assistant
George Mason University
Manassas VA, US
Manassas VA, US
Administrative Assistant 10000124 Manassas, VA Classified Staff Opening on: Oct 30 2023 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Science Job Category: Classified Staff Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Manassas / Sci-Tech Telework Friendly: Yes Pay Band: 03 Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Restricted: Yes Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program (EMDP2) is a two-year, full-time education program for enlisted members of the military. EMDP2 includes premedical coursework, Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) preparation, clinical experience, mentoring, and pre-health advising. George Mason University provides the coursework, MCAT preparation courses, and pre-health advising. The George Mason University's Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program is located in Manassas, VA, at the Science and Technology Campus of the University. George Mason University College of Science (Mason Science) is committed to advancing access, justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (A-JEDI) throughout our STEM community, including within our hiring and retention practices. At Mason Science, our values include fostering an organizational culture that promotes anti-racism, belonging, respect, and civility. We believe that a diversity of opinions, cultures, and perspectives is what provides vibrancy, innovation and growth to an academic community. By prioritizing inclusive excellence in academics, teaching, research, and global engagement, we strive to attract a diverse pool of faculty and staff who exemplify the Mason Science mission and vision. About the Position: The main responsibility of the Administrative Assistant is to provide administrative support to the Director and the Program Coordinator of the Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program (EMDP2). The incumbent will be responsible for all administrative needs of EMDP2 students, including setting facilities work orders, telecommunications work orders, parking, providing key and electronic access authorizing agent for EMDP2 students, and scheduling meetings. Assisting with housing needs, tracking academic records, and processing expenditures are also part of the daily tasks. Responsibilities: Provides administrative support to the Director and Program Coordinator; Works with students to compile the material requested by the Director and/or Program Coordinator; Works with undergraduate Admissions and graduate Admissions offices; Works with EMDP2 students to ensure they are compliant with all Mason requirements; Assists with the preparation of EMDP2 reports for the program's stakeholders; Assists with travel planning; Processes direct expenditures such as travel, food and beverage, and check requests; and coordinates travel for external EMDP2 visitors; Processes honoraria and reimbursements including travel; Compiles, maintains, and regularly updates comprehensive database of EMDP2 performance metrics, including standardized test dates, scores, and planned retakes; Compiles EMDP2 students' academic records at the end of every semester; Tracks tutoring and teaching assistant activities; Tracks and maintains records of all student absences; Receives and logs incoming letters of recommendation for each student; Tracks arrival of student transcripts; Coordinates housing needs of EMDP2 students with the Housing Office; Organizes files and other documents; Orders supplies for the teaching labs and for the EMDP2 office; Schedules appointments for premed activities; and Assists with events for EMDP2. Required Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; Experience as an Administrative Assistant; Familiarity with, and significant experience using standard word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and Zoom; Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills; Demonstrated communication and customer service skills; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work well with others in a team environment; Ability to prioritize work; Ability to multitask; Excellent professional presentation, communication, customer service skills, and good judgment; Ability to provide timely response to requests and inquiries regarding the EMDP2 program; and Ability to work courteously and effectively with students and faculty. Preferred Qualifications: Associate's degree in a related field; Enthusiasm for working in higher education and a student-oriented environment; Prior experience working in a higher education environment; and Prior experience working on reports. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for the Administrative Assistant at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and provide 1) a cover letter, 2) resume, 3) list of three professional references with contact information, and 4) In 300 words or less, detail how your teaching, service, or research endeavors (choose one) has supported the success of students, faculty, or staff belonging to historically minoritized and marginalized populations. NOTE: Applicants who have not yet had an opportunity to engage in the example above should state how the responsibilities associated with the position they're applying for will further Mason Science's commitment to access, justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (AJEDI) and Inclusive Excellence. Posting Open Date: 10/30/2023 For Full Consideration, Apply by: 11/13/2023 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Trombone Adjunct Applied Faculty
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Trombone Adjunct Applied Faculty 10000039 Fairfax, VA Adjunct Faculty Opening on: Oct 17 2023 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: Col of Visual and Performing Arts Job Category: Adjunct Faculty Job Type: Part-Time Location: Fairfax Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The Reva and Sid Dewberry Family School of Music's mission is to enable every student to find his or her best musical voice; prepare each to fulfill society's need for artistic and innovative musicians, scholars, music educators, and ambassadors for the arts; and graduate each with hope, confidence, and distinction. About the Position: The Adjunct Applied Trombone Professor will teach individualized lessons, starting January 2024. Responsibilities: Teach Applied Trombone; Provide leadership to Mason's Trombone Studio to include coordination of studio classes as well as on-campus and off-campus performances and events; Coordinate recruitment for the Trombone Studio; Coordinate recitals and juries for the Trombone Studio; and Participate in Brass Area initiatives. Required Qualifications: Master's Degree in Music or equivalent professional experience required; Successful experience teaching at the college level; Desire to work with colleagues and students from diverse backgrounds; and Established reputation as a professional artist with a documented portfolio of live performances and recordings. Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate in Music preferred; Successful experience teaching at the college level; A desire to work with colleagues and students from diverse backgrounds; and Established reputation as a professional artist with a documented portfolio of live performances and recordings. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and provide a cover letter, curiculum vitae, and a list of three professional references with contact information. Posting Open Date: October 17, 2023 For Full Consideration, Apply by: October 30, 2023 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Adjunct Faculty, Film and Video Studies - Cinematography
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Adjunct Faculty, Film and Video Studies - Cinematography 10000054 Fairfax, VA Adjunct Faculty Opening on: Oct 17 2023 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Visual and Performing Arts Job Category: Adjunct Faculty Job Type: Part-Time Location: Fairfax Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The objective for Film and Video Studies is to 1) Offer courses leading to a BA in Film and Video offering concentrations in directing and producing, production and post-production (cinematography, editing, and sound), and screenwriting. 2) Coordinate (and co-coordinate) series of public film screenings, student showcases, and visiting artist speakers series. 3) Support a cohesive faculty and staff to carry out objectives 1 and 2. About the Position: Candidates must have teaching experience and extensive work in Cinematography. A terminal degree (MFA) is recommended, but not required for this opportunity. Please see information for adjunct instructors at Mason.The course description follows: "This course aims to recreate a professional camera department environment. By the end of the course, students should be able to understand and perform the function of first assistant cameraperson or second assistant cameraperson on a camera crew. Students will understand the history, function, art, craft, and science of cinematography." For more information on our program visit film.gmu.edu Responsibilities: Teach Film Cinematography; and Participate in Department initiatives, including meetings, screenings, festivals, etc. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Cinematography or Film; Successful experience teaching college level; Ability to work with colleagues and students from diverse backgrounds; and Established reputation as a Cinematographer. Preferred Qualifications: Master's Degree in Cinematography or Film. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply at https://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and provide a cover letter, CV, and a list of three professional references with contact information. Posting Open Date: October 17, 2023 For Full Consideration, Apply by: November 3, 2023 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Success Coach
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Success Coach 10000738 Fairfax, VA Classified Staff Opening on: Feb 14 2024 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: University Life Classification: Education Support Spec 3 Job Category: Classified Staff Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Fairfax, VA Workplace Type: Hybrid Eligible Pay Band: 04 Salary: Salary starting high $50K to low $60k; commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes Works with Minors check: Yes About the Department: The Division of University Life's Student Success Coaching unit is a hub for student engagement for all new freshman and transfer students and provides access to coaching for all undergraduate students at Mason. Student success coaching increases the retention rate and academic success of incoming students by helping students set and achieve academic, career, and personal goals and connecting students to campus and community resources. The Student Success Coaching unit provides incoming students access to ongoing mentoring and coaching from professional and student staff that maintain university-wide and college-specific knowledge to ensure the success of Mason's incoming student populations. About the Position: Reporting to the Assistant Director, the Success Coach provides holistic support for their assigned caseload of incoming students in their first year and available for the duration of students' time at Mason as needed by using the university's chosen methodology in the nine focus areas of development (academics and major fit, school community, managing commitments, effectiveness, commitment to graduation, career exploration, finances, civic engagement, and well-being).Success Coaches provide an element of support for student career goals beyond the academic component. Mason provides coach training on the coaching methodology to all incoming Success Coaches. The Success Coach provides success strategies for students, manages outreach and support efforts, and intervenes on student concerns to increase retention. Success Coaches contribute to Mason's strategic goals of preparing career ready graduates, while increasing graduation and increasing retention rates.This position is required to work occasional evening and weekend hours, particularly in the summer. The Student Success Coaching unit is considering candidates for either a Success Coach I or Success Coach II position. Candidates considered for the Success Coach II position are required to have a coaching credential recognized by the International Coaching Federation. Candidates without the credential will be considered for the Success Coach I position. Responsibilities: Coaching: Supports daily operations and student support, reporting, and troubleshooting with stakeholders to ensure holistic coaching is provided by using the university's chosen methodology in nine focus areas of development (academics and major fit, school community, managing commitments, effectiveness, commitment to graduation, career exploration, finances, civic engagement, and well-being); Coaches assist with students' career exploration and major fit processes to achieve academic and career goals, as well as identify barriers to success and help students implement strategies to overcome them; Maintains university-wide and college-specific knowledge of relevant policies, procedures, and resources for first year students; and Success Coach II: In addition to the above, handles complex issues brought from Success Coach I. Student Impact and Outreach: Monitors student progress and performance, analyzes problem areas, determines solutions and conducts intervention activities, and processes for students; Meets with and provides success strategies to students; manages outreach and support efforts to students with a variety of academic and personal development skills necessary to achieve student success; Assists and supports all retention related efforts within the school/college to support success and retention efforts while implementing interventions to improve student retention; Collaborates with Academic Advisors and other university stakeholders to support student success; Participates in university, divisional, and unit-based events, and is required to be on-campus when necessary. Events include, but are not limited to, New Student Orientation, Preamble, UL All-Staff Meetings, I-Team meetings, SSC programs, and other stakeholder-related programs; Provides appropriate, accurate, and timely referrals for students; and Follows up with at-risk/interventions for students identified in the Patriot Success Survey, and other relevant student surveys. Training and Technology: Participates in university wide foundational coaching training and ongoing professional development; Utilizes the chosen university platform for tracking and reporting student interactions and making referrals; Success Coach II: Provides shadowing and support for Success Coach I; Successfully participates in and completes the post-certification quality assurance program with an average of "meeting expectations" or above; and Performs other related duties as assigned by Assistant Director. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience; Some professional experience, typically obtained in one or more years, with demonstrated knowledge in one or more of the following areas: academic advising, success coaching, orientation, disability services, veteran's services, career services, student involvement, and student rights and responsibilities; Experience serving and supporting diverse student populations; Demonstrated working knowledge of student transitional issues; Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer service; Exceptional interpersonal, oral and written communication skills with ability to communicate with a variety of constituents and departmental stakeholders; Skill in situational conflict resolution; Ability to work to meet deadlines, work accurately and quickly with attention to detail, and ability to manage multiple complex programs and projects simultaneously; and Ability to work with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty, and staff. Success Coach II: Professional experience typically obtained in two or more years with demonstrated knowledge in one or more of the following areas: academic advising, success coaching, orientation, disability services, veteran's services, career services, student involvement, and student rights and responsibilities. Success Coach I: Success coaching certification (preferred)Success Coach II: Success coaching certification (required) Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in related field; Prior experience in academic advising or working with student coaching programs; Experience with educational database management systems and customer relationship management systems (CRM); and Demonstrated experience in student leadership, communication, program development, and administrative skills. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for the Success Coach at https://jobs.gmu.edu/. Complete and submit the online application to include three professional references with contact information, and provide a cover letter and resume. Posting Open Date: February 14, 2024 For Full Consideration, Apply by: February 28, 2024 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Open-Rank, Term Bioengineering Faculty
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Open-Rank, Term Bioengineering Faculty 10000762 Fairfax, VA Instructional Faculty Opening on: Feb 19 2024 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Engineering and Computing - Department of Bioengineering Classification: 9-month Instructional Faculty Job Category: Instructional Faculty Job Type: Full-Time Location: Fairfax, VA Workplace Type: Hybrid Eligible Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: Mason's Department of Bioengineering, https://bioengineering.gmu.edu, has 12 faculty members whose research can be divided into four pillars: biomedical imaging and devices, computational biomedicine, biomaterials and nanomedicine, and neurotechnology and computational neuroscience. Recently constructed research facilities in these focus areas opened in 2018. Bioengineering faculty research is funded by a number of federal agencies, including the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. These agencies and other sources bring the department's active research funding total to more than $20 million. Undergraduate enrollment in the thriving ABET-accredited undergraduate program totals more than 210 students. A relatively new, rapidly growing PhD program and a new master's program (launched in 2018) complete the academic offerings. The department has several growing partnerships with regional centers and universities. The department is also home to two centers, Center for Adaptive Systems of Brain Body Interactions and Center for Neural Informatics Neural Structures and Neural Plasticity. About the Position: The Department of Bioengineering invites applicants for a term faculty position beginning Fall 2024. Candidates to this position will be expected to teach and develop undergraduate and graduate courses; participate in university, college and departmental governance; professional and public service; advising students; and performing related instructional assignments such as supervising senior projects, student internships and practicum. Applicants at the rank of Associate or Full Professor must have interests in outreach, curriculum development, and significant experience in an academic setting in teaching for at least six years post PhD. Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate and graduate level courses in bioengineering; and Service: advise students; participate in all aspects of the department's mission; and serve the profession. Required Qualifications: Applicants for the position of Assistant/Associate or Full Professor must have received a PhD in Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, or a related field by the start date of the position. Applicants who have received an MS in Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, or a related field by the start date of the position, will be considered for Instructor positions. Applicants should possess a strong commitment to and demonstrated potential excellence in teaching. Must have experience in one or more of our pillars: biomedical imaging and devices, computational biomedicine, biomaterials and nanomedicine, and neurotechnology and computational neuroscience. Applicants at the rank of Associate or Full Professor must have interests in outreach, curriculum development, and significant experience in an academic setting in teaching for at least six years post PhD. Preferred Qualifications: Applicants in all areas of bioengineering/biomedical engineering will be given serious consideration. We are particularly interested in candidates to teach in the areas of biomechanics, biomaterials, computational biomedicine, physiological modelling, bioinstrumentation, electronics, and imaging. Preference will be given to candidates with a PhD, teaching experience, and a record of peer-reviewed publications. Administrative and/or managerial experience is a plus. The department and the Institution place a high value on engaging students from traditionally underrepresented groups, and candidates from these groups are especially encouraged to apply. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for Open-Rank, Term Bioengineering Faculty at https://jobs.gmu.edu/. Complete and submit the online application, and upload a cover letter, complete CV with publications, statement of professional goals including your perspective on teaching (upload as Philosophy of Teaching), statement on what diversity and inclusion means to you (upload as Diversity Statement), transcript (optional), and the names of three professional references with contact information. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Posting Open Date: February 19, 2024 For Full Consideration, Apply by: March 22, 2024 Open Until Filled?: Yes Mason Engineering: The Future of Engineering is Here About the College The College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) at George Mason University is a fast-growing force for innovation in research and education. Ranked nationally in the top 100 in both undergraduate and graduate education, the CEC enrolled a record high of 10,933 students in fall 2023. The college has 34 undergraduate, master's and doctoral degree programs including several first-in-the-nation offerings. Of its 320 full-time faculty, 93 are tenured, 77 are tenure-track, 90 are term faculty, and 60 are research faculty. As part of a nationally ranked research university, CEC research teams expended $65 million in sponsored research awards in the past year and had projects with over $119 million in current and anticipated awards. The college stands out for its leading research in areas such as artificial intelligence, data analytics engineering, cybersecurity engineering, biomedical imaging and devices, healthcare, autonomous systems, 5G/Next G communications, systems architectures, computational biomedicine, advanced materials and manufacturing, sustainable infrastructure, and more. The college encourages and supports multidisciplinary research and provides ample opportunity for faculty to work with other disciplines. About the University and the Region George Mason University is the largest and most diverse public research university in Virginia, with an enrollment of more than 40,000 students studying in over 200 degree programs. Mason is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in a range of academic fields. It was classified as an R1 research institution in 2016 by the Carnegie Classifications of Institutes of Higher Education. The university has campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William County. Its proximity to Washington, D.C. provides unmatched geographical access to federal agencies and national laboratories. Northern Virginia is also home to one of the largest concentrations of high-tech firms in the nation, providing excellent opportunities for interaction with industry. The region is consistently rated as being among the best places to live in the country and has an outstanding local public school system. About the Future In conjunction with Amazon's decision to establish a second headquarters in Northern Virginia, the Commonwealth of Virginia announced a multi-year plan to invest in the growth of degree programs in computing. As a result, Mason has committed to accelerate its plans to grow its capacity in computing and high-tech fields. Among the university's exciting initiatives are the launch of the Institute for Digital Innovation-a university think tank and incubator to serve the digital economy-and the expansion of Mason Square home to its Arlington facilities. In 2025, Fuse a new 355,000 square foot building, will open to students, faculty, and research teams. This net-zero facility will house the Institute for Digital Innovation, state-of the-art classrooms, labs, and collaborative spaces. It will also include retail space, and leasing opportunities for local businesses. These initiatives reflect hundreds of millions of dollars in new investment by Mason that will rapidly elevate the university's already leading national position in computing and related areas.
Full-Time
Academic Advisor, Undergraduate
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Academic Advisor, Undergraduate 10000777 Fairfax, VA Classified Staff Opening on: Feb 26 2024 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Humanities and Social Science Classification: Education Support Spec 3 Job Category: Classified Staff Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Fairfax, VA Workplace Type: Hybrid Eligible Pay Band: 04 Salary: Mid 50's to low 60's depending upon experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The Department of Criminology, Law and Society (CLS) is a top-ranked, award-winning, multidisciplinary unit that offers degrees at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels. We serve around 1,300 undergraduate majors, and the program has concentrations in law and society, criminal justice, and homeland security. The department embraces a wide range of methodological approaches and scholarship that contribute to a fairer, more socially just, and effective criminal legal system. More information about the department, its award-winning faculty, and its research centers and labs is available at https://cls.gmu.edu/. About the Position: The Academic Advisor provides a full range of academic advising services to support and enhance students' undergraduate experiences, including, but not limited to, monitoring degree progress of majors and minors, providing information related to students' academic and career goals, making appropriate resource referrals, and representing the department at recruitment events. This position requires some evening and weekend hours. Responsibilities: Academic Advising: Provide academic advice, guidance, and support to prospective and current undergraduate CLS students (including majors and minors) from admission to graduation in support of the students' academic and career goals; Support and engage students in the process of developing clear and attainable educational goals; Effectively interpret, implement, and communicate Mason degree requirements, deadlines, policies and procedures; Work closely with the Registrar's Office to ensure accuracy of degree audits; Approve and process academic forms related to student records and requests; Maintain confidentiality in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA); Utilize student information systems to maintain student records that reflect current academic standing with regard to undergraduate program requirements; and Learn new advising technologies as required by the college and university. Student Outreach: Conduct proactive outreach initiatives to various student populations to support and encourage student success; Review and assess graduation applications on a semester basis; and Contact students of concern referred by professors to address academic and/or attendance issues. Admissions/Recruitment: Facilitate new student orientation sessions for freshmen and transfer students; Represent and promote the CLS department at admissions fairs and advising events; and Meet with prospective students, as requested, to discuss CLS programs and opportunities. Program and Administrative Support: Communicate student needs, concerns, and requests to Undergraduate Director/Coordinator and Chair; Collaborate with department faculty and university offices across campus to support student and academic success (i.e., Global Education, Career Services, CAPS); and Provide administrative support to the Undergraduate Program Coordinator as needed. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience; Experience in academic advising, career counseling, or providing student support in a higher education environment; Excellent written and oral communication skills; Demonstrated interpersonal and presentation skills; Detail-oriented, organized, and ability to multitask; Ability to work independently, and as a member of a team; and Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in related field; Mason Advisor Certificate (MAC) or NACADA membership; and Demonstrated experience in academic advising, career counseling, or providing student support within a higher education environment (typically obtained in one year). Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for the Academic Advisor, Undergraduate at https://jobs.gmu.edu/. Complete and submit the online application to include three professional references with contact information, and provide a cover letter and resume. Posting Open Date: February 26, 2024 For Full Consideration, Apply by: March 18, 2024 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Executive Assistant
George Mason University
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Executive Assistant 10000802 Fairfax, VA Classified Staff Opening on: Feb 21 2024 Add to favorites Favorited View favorites Department: College of Education and Human Development Classification: Gen Admin Supv 1/Coord 1 Job Category: Classified Staff Job Type: Full-Time Work Schedule: Full-time (1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk) Location: Fairfax, VA Workplace Type: Hybrid Eligible Pay Band: 04 Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience Criminal Background Check: Yes About the Department: The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) is an innovative, inclusive, and cutting-edge college that successfully prepares professionals to promote learning and development across the life span while contributing meaningfully to research in human and organizational performance as well as in the learning and developmental sciences. The college, with nearly 130 full-time faculty members, more than 300 part-time faculty members and nine academic divisions offers 27 academic programs, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, across its three schools, the School of Education, the School of Kinesiology and the School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management. In addition, faculty engage in an extensive portfolio of research and are fully engaged in the community. The CEHD is ranked among the top 100 Colleges of Education in the world by the Shanghai ranking of world universities and is among the top tier in the rankings of the US News and World Report. About the Position: This position is foremost responsible for all aspects of the Dean's schedule, including organizing day-to-day meetings, events, and travel with consistent and acute attention to detail. This role will interact with students, faculty, and staff on behalf of the Dean and serve as a key liaison between the Dean and various internal and external stakeholders, and will be entrusted with handling highly sensitive and confidential information. The Executive Assistant to the Dean is a self-directed team player who takes initiative, anticipates needs, ensures consistent high quality work, and adapts to different situations. Responsibilities: Scheduling and Planning Coordination: Schedules appointments for the Dean, ensuring optimal use of their time and prioritizing competing demands; Coordinates complex and dynamic schedules, managing multiple calendars and ensuring appointments are efficiently scheduled and conflicts are resolved; Identifies and develops systems to facilitate the smooth functioning of the Dean's activities; Creates and compiles detailed briefing materials for the Dean prior to meetings. This includes gathering relevant information, synthesizing it into clear and concise briefing materials, including relevant facts, data, and background information; Drafts, proofreads, and finalizes memos, correspondence, and documents with attention to detail, accuracy, and overall quality; Responds to email, texts, and phone calls outside normal hours as needed for urgent matters; and Maintains confidentiality and exercises discretion and appropriate judgment in all matters related to the Dean's business. Organizational Collaboration and Communication Manages the meetings of the Dean's office proactively from organizing agendas to taking minutes and ensuring appropriate follow up; Helps develop and sustain an effective support structure for integrated work relationships among senior leadership of the college; Serves as a central resource to the leaders in the Dean's office responding to special requests and coordinating schedules and priorities as needed; Collaborates with various units within CEHD and across Mason to collect and analyze data, ensuring accurate and timely responses to external requests and/or internal initiatives; and Interacts with students, faculty, and staff on behalf of the Dean, providing information and addressing inquiries or concerns. Special Projects: Manages special projects and initiatives as assigned by the Dean; and Advises on proper protocol and etiquette for visiting guests and arranging necessary accommodations, transportation, and meetings as requested. Performs other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; Considerable experience in an administrative or executive assistant role; Expertise in Scheduling and Planning: Proven ability to manage complex schedules and coordinate multiple calendars, with a strong focus on efficiency and time management; Strong Organizational Skills: Exceptional organizational abilities to handle day-to-day meetings, events, travel arrangements, and special projects with acute attention to detail; Excellent Communication Skills: Superior written and verbal communication skills, with proficiency in drafting, proofreading, and finalizing various types of documents and correspondence; Discretion and Confidentiality: Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with the utmost discretion and integrity; Proactive Approach: Demonstrated initiative and foresight in anticipating the needs of the Dean and the ability to adapt to different situations; Team Collaboration and Interpersonal Skills: Strong ability to collaborate effectively with different units within the college and across the university, as well as a knack for interacting with students, faculty, and staff in a professional and courteous manner; Data Management and Analysis: Skills in collecting, analyzing, and synthesizing data to produce clear and concise briefing materials and reports; Proficiency in Technology: Well-versed in using productivity software and tools such as Microsoft Office suite, Teams, Zoom; comfortable with learning new technology; Flexibility in Availability: Willingness to respond to emails, texts, and phone calls outside normal business hours for urgent matters; Project Management Skills: Competence in managing and overseeing special projects or initiatives; and Problem-Solving Skills: Excellent judgment and problem-solving abilities to handle complex situations and make informed decisions. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related field; and Experience in an academic environment. Instructions to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must apply for Executive Assistant at https://jobs.gmu.edu/. Complete and submit the online application to include three professional references with contact information, and provide a cover letter and resume. Posting Open Date: February 21, 2024 For Full Consideration, Apply by: March 13, 2024 Open Until Filled?: Yes
Full-Time
Medical Lab Scientist - $32-48 per hour
Inova Health System
Leesburg VA, US | 7 miles away
$32 - $48 Hourly
Urgently Hiring
2 days ago

Job Description

Inova Health System is seeking a Medical Lab Scientist for a job in Leesburg, Virginia.

Job Description & Requirements

  • Specialty: Medical Lab Scientist
  • Discipline: Allied Health Professional
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Duration: Ongoing
  • Shift: flexible
  • Employment Type: Staff


INOVA Loudoun Hospital is seeking an experienced Medical Laboratory Scientist to join their team: Schedule: M-F, Every other weekend, Shift: Mostly Evenings
Inova Benefits and Perks:
- Health, Vision, and Dental Coverage
- Life Insurance, Short/Long Term Disability
- NEW! 4 weeks PAID PARENTAL LEAVE
- Retirement: Inova matches dollar for dollar the first 5% of your eligible pay that you contribute to the plan
- Competitive salary: Pay based experience
- Amazing Paid Time Off: Accrue PTO hours on your very first day of work
- Supplemental Plans: Including Auto/Home Insurance discounts, Pet Insurance, Identity Theft Protection
- Additional Benefits: Educational Assistance of up to $5,250/year, Student Loan Refinancing, Adoption Assistance, Child Care Centers, Scholarship Program, Free Parking, Exclusive savings opportunities to in-store events, theme parks, discounts, movie tickets and local offerings and so much more!
See Full List of Benefits and Eligibility Here: 2023 INOVA BENEFITS GUIDE
Requirements for consideration:
Minimum Education:
- Bachelor’s degree in science from a college/university recognized by regional or national accreditation agency. Degree in Medical Laboratory Science or Medical Technology preferred.
- Other acceptable forms of education will follow the guidelines of ASCP/AMT Board certification.
Years of Experience:
- Successful completion of a NAACLS accredited MLS program, NAACLS or ABHES accredited MSL program, or a foreign medical laboratory science clinical training program within the last five years can be used in lieu of one year of full time acceptable clinical experience.
Certification Upon Start:
- ASCP or AMT Board certification consistent with scope of responsibility to include MT, MLS, MLT, BB, SBB, C, H, M, SH, SCT, MB, SMB, SM, SC, and HEW.
Job Responsibilities included but not limited to:
- As a Medical Laboratory Scientist 2, you will ensure quality specimens for Laboratory testing by recognizing pre-analytical factors that adversely affect patient results.
- To help achieve our mission, you will operate systems/methodologies in order to produce timely and accurate data for patients, quality control and proficiency testing.
- Participating in departmental development by demonstrating operational knowledge and adhering to regulatory standards is of vital importance.
- Communicating effectively and working cooperatively with team members to optimize job performance and foster working relationships is required.
- Participating in professional growth opportunities to enhance personal, team and departmental development is expected.

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Inova Job ID #652724. Posted job title: medical laboratory scientist 2-full time