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Every faculty and staff member is a professing believer in Jesus Christ; in fact, it is required for all employees. Everyone is expected to live a lifestyle according to biblical standards. The universal goal is to see one more saved from sin and recognize the Lord Jesus Christ as his or her personal Savior.

Apply for a position at North Greenville University:

You will have the opportunity to attach your cover letter and resume to the online application.

College of Business and Entrepreneurship

 

There are no openings available at this time.

  

College of Christian Studies

 

There are no openings available at this time. 

    

College of Education

 

Assistant Professor of Education

 

College of Education


North Greenville University’s College of Education seeks an Assistant Professor of Education. Responsibilities include 6 hours of teaching undergraduate and graduate courses per semester, as well as supervising students in field placements. Must be proficient in assessment using Google Suite and Excel to collect, analyze, and disseminate assessment data for the College of Education and communicate data results with an understanding of state and CAEP terminology.


Required qualifications:

  • A terminal degree in an area of education from a regionally accredited university.
  • A minimum of three years of teaching experience in K-12 settings is required, along with an ability to mentor teacher candidates in K-12 settings.
  • Experience teaching at the college or university level.
  • In-Depth knowledge of CAEP and state department requirements is essential, along with the ability to collect, analyze, and communicate data for all College of Education programs.
  • A background in quantitative and qualitative research methods is strongly desired.

Application Procedure: Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, personal statement of faith, a statement explaining how you integrate your faith and your teaching, copies of all graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Constance Wright, Dean, College of Education/ North Greenville University/ P.O. Box 1892/ Tigerville, SC 29688/ constance.wright@ngu.edu. Be sure to include the following contact information for each reference provided: professional email address, telephone number, and current job title.

North Greenville University is a teaching university of the South Carolina Baptist Convention and is a tobacco and alcohol-free campus. All NGU professors are expected to be orthodox Christians who have a strong personal faith, are role models in their piety and ethics, are regularly reflecting upon how their faith influences their discipline and are willing and able to mentor students in their relationship with Jesus Christ.


 

English Language Arts Education Mentor


The Department of English and the College of Education at North Greenville University invite applications for the position of English Language Arts Education Mentor.  This is a part-time position.  At least three individuals are being sought.  Successful applicants will hold grade 9-12 English Language Arts certification in South Carolina, a master's degree in English or Education, and be available during regular school hours to supervise students during their field experiences prior to student teaching and during student teaching.  Please send a letter of application, CV, personal statement of faith, a statement explaining how you integrate your faith and teaching, and two letters of recommendation to Dr. Becky Thompson, Coordinator of Secondary Education English Language Arts, North Greenville University, P. O. Box 1892, Tigerville, South Carolina, 29688.  Inquiries may also be pursued through email at becky.thompson@ngu.edu.

North Greenville University is a member of the South Carolina Baptist Convention and requires all faculty and staff to be committed Christians.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.

 

College of Communication & Fine Arts

 

Professor of Worship Arts

 

The Cline School of Music invites applications for the position of assistant professor of Worship Arts.

Qualifications: The successful applicant will hold a Masters or terminal degree in worship or church music with significant experience in contemporary and commercial music, especially contemporary worship.

The primary performance area should be in voice with experience teaching voice at the college level. The position will include full-time office hours, advising, and committee and other departmental service responsibilities as necessary. Primary responsibilities will include teaching worship arts classes, assisting in scheduling and planning curricular offerings, assisting in planning and developing special events, and instruction in the applied performance area. The applicant may be assigned to direct one or more ensembles, teach music theory or jazz theory, teach music technology and recording, and supervise student projects and practicums.

We particularly invite candidates who will enhance the racial, ethnic, or cultural diversity of our university. Qualified candidates with other applied areas or related specializations may be considered.

Application Procedure:  Please send a letter of application, CV, personal statement of faith, a statement explaining how you integrate your faith and your teaching, three letters of recommendation, and unofficial transcripts to Mark Eshenbaugh, program director, Music Worship Studies, Cline School of Music,

P.O. Box 1892, Tigerville, SC 29688 or online at mark.eshenbaugh@ngu.edu.  Applications will begin to be reviewed immediately and will be accepted until the position is filled. North Greenville University is a teaching university of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, is a tobacco and alcohol-free campus, and all employees are required to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and lead an exemplary moral life.

 

College of Humanities & Sciences

 

Health Science Assistant Professor

 

The College of Humanities and Sciences at North Greenville University invites applicants for the position of assistant professor of Health Science, beginning August 2019.

Qualifications: The successful applicant will hold a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree in one of the following fields: nutrition, public health, exercise physiology, community health, kinesiology, or gerontology. Skills related to grant writing and health science-related research will be considered a plus. The position will include full-time office hours, advising, and committee and other departmental service responsibilities as necessary. Candidates should be prepared to offer ideas for research collaborations with undergraduates and a willingness to include students in research, both related to and independent of the classroom. The successful candidate will also possess a proven record of and passion for teaching, mentoring, and inspiring health science undergraduate students while preparing them for a variety of careers in the fields of health and exercise sciences. Candidates will be expected to have experience in or provide evidence of excellence in teaching. Preference will be given to those who have a record of scholarly or professional publications. Although the primary focus of faculty at NGU is teaching, some research with students is expected in the department. NGU professors are expected to be orthodox Christians who have a strong personal faith, are role models in their piety and ethics, are regularly reflecting upon how their faith influences their discipline and are willing and able to mentor students in their relationship with Jesus Christ. We particularly invite candidates who will enhance the racial, ethnic, or cultural diversity of our university.

Application Procedure: Email a letter of application, your current curriculum vitae, a personal statement of faith describing how you became a Christian and summarizing your basic doctrinal convictions, a statement explaining how you integrate your faith and teaching, copies of all graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and two professional letters of recommendation and one personal letter from your pastor or a church leader, to Dr. Christine Haltiwanger, Health Science Department Chair, School of Science and Math, North   Greenville University/ P.O. Box 1892/ Tigerville, SC 29688. chaltiwanger@ngu.edu. This position is subject to the university’s background check policy. Be sure to include the following contact information for each reference provided: professional email address, telephone number, and current job title. North Greenville University is a teaching university of the South Carolina Baptist Convention and is a tobacco and alcohol-free campus

 

Adjunct (Part-time) Position in Political Science

 

The Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice & Legal Studies at North Greenville University invites applications for an adjunct position in Political Science beginning January 2018.  Applicant must be able to teach a broad range of courses in American Politics or Political Theory.  Teaching responsibilities would include one or two courses each semester. Ph.D. preferred but will consider Masters-level candidates.  Prior teaching experience in higher education preferred but not required.

To Apply: Please send a letter of application, CV, personal statement of faith, a statement explaining how you integrate your faith and your teaching, three letters of recommendation, and unofficial transcripts to David H. Tyner, Chair, Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice & Legal Studies, P.O. Box 1892, Tigerville, SC 29688 or online at david.tyner@ngu.edu. Applications will begin to be reviewed immediately and will be accepted until the position is filled. North Greenville University is a teaching university of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, is a tobacco and alcohol-free campus, and all employees are required to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and lead an exemplary moral life.  

 

College of Wellness & Sport Professions

 

There are no openings available at this time.

 

Adult and Online Undergraduate

 

There are no openings available at this time.

 

T. Walter Brashier Graduate School

 

There are no openings available at this time.

HVAC TECHNICIAN

 

DESCRIPTION:

The HVAC Technician provides HVAC services with specific responsibility for identifying repair and/or replacement needs; installing, repairing, maintaining and upgrading HVAC systems and equipment.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate with assigned supervisor and/or other trades for the purpose of completing projects and work orders efficiently.
  • Diagnose causes of problems and/or failures in heating/air conditioning systems for the purpose of identifying equipment and/or systems repair and/or replacement needs.
  • Fabricates equipment parts for the purpose of meeting specialty needs and/or replacing unavailable parts.
  • Inspects HVAC systems and their components (e.g. heating units, building exhaust fans, ventilation units, etc.) for the purpose of evaluating condition, identifying necessary repairs and recommending preventive maintenance.
  • Installs heating and air conditioning equipment and systems for the purpose of providing enhanced and/or upgrade capabilities.
  • Participates in meetings, workshops, training, and seminars, as assigned for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform job functions.
  • Performs routine and preventive maintenance as needed for the purpose of ensuring the ongoing functioning of HVAC systems
  • Documents work orders (e.g. repair status, activity logs, etc.) for the purpose of conveying information.
  • Repairs heating and air conditioning systems and/or components (e.g. pumps, motors, air handlers, fan coils, piping, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring a comfortable work environment.
  • Responds to emergency situations during or after hours for the purpose of resolving immediate safety concerns.

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Specific knowledge-based competencies required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include:  indoor air monitoring equipment and interpret resulting data; standards for design and construction; air conditioning and heating codes; hazards and safety precautions; refrigerant handling and disposal per EPA regulations.
  • Minimum of 7 years field experience in commercial is required.
  • Light industrial HVAC maintenance experience desired.
  • EPA certification is a necessity.

 

Assistant Director of Men’s Housing



The Office of Housing and Residence Life at North Greenville University invites applicants for the position of Assistant Director of Men’s Housing for the Tigerville Campus to start no later than August 1, 2019.

University Mission and Core Values

North Greenville University is a private, co-educational liberal arts institution affiliated with and committed to the South Carolina Baptist Convention that provides opportunities for higher education in a Christian environment.  Located at the foothills of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains in northern Greenville County, the university strives to prepare students to become better, contributing members of society by educating the whole person through an integration of academic discipline, a Christian lifestyle, and an enriched cultural experience while offering students the best opportunities for spiritual growth, academic training, and Christian service.  Since Christ “makes the difference” at North Greenville University, he must be the center of the campus for Christian education and Christian character-building.  North Greenville exists to glorify God by cultivating graduates who are equipped to serve as transformational leaders for church and society.

Qualifications

The preferred applicant will have, at minimum, a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, two years experience in higher education housing or residence life, and a high degree of skill with MS Office, particularly Excel.  Preference will be given to candidates who have previous experience with Jenzabar or other campus information systems.  Successful applicants must be able to respond appropriately to students in crisis and intervene in the event of an accident or crisis situation, provide excellent customer service to students and guests in any situation regardless of time or circumstances, work efficiently in both large and small group settings in order to collaborate and plan residence life/campus events, and adapt to a flexible schedule that may include some evenings and weekends.  Position responsibilities will include day to day occupancy management for male resident students (i.e., assigning rooms, roommate matching, roommate conflict resolution and mediation, room changes, consolidations, etc.), maintaining accurate student housing files and records, assisting with the selection, training, and supervision of residence life paraprofessionals.  Candidates for staff positions in the Department of Campus Ministries and Student Engagement are expected to be professing believers in Jesus Christ and abstain from the use of drugs and alcohol.

Application Procedure


This position will be open until filled; however, applicants are requested to submit their application, resume, and cover letter to HR@ngu.edu by June 28, 2019.  Applications can be found at How to Apply above. This position is subject to the university’s background check policy. North Greenville University is a teaching university of the South Carolina Baptist Convention and is a tobacco and alcohol-free campus.

 

Director of Financial Aid


Department: Student Services

Position Summary:   Serves as a key member of NGU’s Student Services department, and provides leadership, vision, and direction for the Financial Aid office. Develops and maintains policies to achieve regulatory compliance and excellent service to students & families. Develops collaborative relationships with colleagues across campus. Oversees all financial aid staff and student workers.

Responsibilities:

  • Create plans and department goals that align with the vision and direction of senior campus leadership

  • Contribute to the formation of data-driven institutional scholarship and grant policies in support of enrollment, retention, and revenue goals
  • Oversee the awarding, disbursement and reconciliation of all federal, state and institutional financial aid
  • Authorize & oversee appropriate access levels to federal/state financial aid systems for staff & 3rd-party partners 
  • Maintain the University’s Title IV Policies & Procedures
  • Ensure campus-wide regulatory compliance, including the proper dissemination of required annual disclosures and consumer information
  • In coordination with the VP for Student Services, monitor legislative & regulatory developments and lead the University through any changes
  • Ensure the timely completion of required reports and surveys, including FISAP and IPEDS.
  • Serve as the point of contact for annual A-133 audit, and any other financial aid audits/reviews 
  • Ensure the accuracy of the content on financial aid web pages & publications
  • Provide financial aid training to staff engaged in student recruiting efforts (e.g., admissions & athletics)
  • Present financial aid sessions at institutional preview days, college fairs, and high school financial aid nights, as needed

Qualifications:

 

  • Supports NGU’s mission statement and core values, commitment to a Christian lifestyle and character in keeping with biblical model
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or related experience
  • Minimum of 5 years prior experience in financial aid at least at the assistant or associate director level 
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to handle a variety of student issues and concerns
  • Ability to organize, prioritize and problem solve with frequent interruptions
  • Computer literacy and knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel; experience with PowerFAIDS preferred
  • Understand and comply with FERPA regulations

Working Relationships: This position is a full-time position in Student Services. The Director of Financial Aid reports to the Vice President for Student Services.

Work Schedule: Student Services is open Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.  Summer hours may vary. Office hours are subject to change as deemed necessary.

Occasional work on Saturdays and evenings may be required.  Some travel is required for training in addition to performing Financial Aid Workshops in the community, as needed.

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee. S/he will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties as requested by his or her supervisor.

Please submit your resume along with the North Greenville University application (available in How to Apply above) to HR@ngu.edu.
 

 

Financial Aid Counselor


Department: Student Services

Position Summary: The Financial Aid Counselor (“Counselor”) provides excellent customer service and specialized financial aid guidance to students, parents, and any authorized third parties.  The counselor will assist with everyday operations of the Financial Aid Office (“FAO”), including, but not limited to document intake, program administration, counseling, and financial aid processing.

Responsibilities:

Provide detailed case management and comprehensive services to prospective, new, and returning students.

  • Counsel students, parents, and authorized third parties about financial aid eligibility, application procedures, aid programs, institutional costs, student loan indebtedness, financial planning, and/or any other information needed to meet a particular need.
  • Prepare financial aid award letters for an assigned student population.
  • Provide excellent customer service via all methods of correspondence (telephone, face-to-face, email…etc.).
  • Collects and/or analyzes student financial/educational data to determine individual aid eligibility and ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, and institutional rules and regulations.
  • Serve as the NCAA program coordinator for the university’s FAO.
  • Provide comprehensive program administration for the university’s campus-based aid programs (FSEOG, FWS).
  • Other duties as required.


Reporting to the Director of Financial Aid, this is a full-time, non-exempt position in North Greenville University’s Student Services Department.

Student Services is open Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Summer hours may vary. Office hours are subject to change as deemed necessary.
 
Occasional work on Saturdays and evenings may be required.  Some travel is required for training and performing financial aid workshops in the community.

To apply for this position, please familiarize yourself with North Greenville University through our website, About NGU. Our mission: “North Greenville University exists to glorify God by cultivating graduates who are equipped to serve as transformational leaders for church and society.”

To apply for the position, please submit your NGU application and resume to HR@ngu.edu.


 

Staff Accountant



Tigerville Campus with potential travel to Greer Campus

Department: Business Office

Report to: Controller

Type: Full-time / salary exempt

North Greenville University seeks a Staff Accountant to assist in the general accounting, tax filing, investments, fixed assets, endowments, and scholarship accounting. In addition, this position performs routine and complex accounting activities requiring knowledge of systems, independent judgment, and ability to respond accordingly.

The staff member will primarily:

  • Perform complex and routine accounting activities requiring knowledge of systems, independent judgment, and ability to respond accordingly.
  • Manage tracking of investments, endowments, and scholarship accounts.
  • Maintain and update fixed assets and depreciation.
  • Monitor projects for closing out to assets.
  • Assist CPA firm with tax report filings.
  • Conceptualizes projects and follows through in a timely manner with limited direction.
  • Assist with audits.
  • Reconcile assigned balance sheet accounts.
  • May provide direction to less experienced staff concerning accounting issues.
  • Other duties as assigned may include Analyze past and current data and prepares expense projections and operational forecasts.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Performs related responsibilities as required.

Collaboration with the Financial Aid Office, Development, Student Life, Registrar, and other departments of the University as necessary.

A bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field plus five years’ experience in general ledger accounting. Excellent communication, analytical and interpersonal skills along with attention to detail are required. Microsoft Excel skills are required. Experience with non-profit accounting is a plus.

Please send a cover letter, resume, and application for employment HR@ngu.edu.

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