Chatfield College is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of age, race, religion, gender, disability, or other legally protected class.
Director of Development
The Director of Development is responsible for all facets of the school’s fundraising initiatives. This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing a comprehensive and fundraising program to support both short and long-term goals related to the school’s educational mission and strategic plan.
- Identifies, cultivates, and solicits major gift prospects, including corporate funding sources and foundations.
- Coordinates the Annual Campaign and other giving programs that support scholarships and the annual operating budget.
- Creates a program for planned giving and bequests.
- Responsible for design and implementation of a stewardship strategy. Maintains positive relationships with donors, friends, and supporters.
- Identifies grant opportunities and coordinates grant writing efforts with Grant writing Officer.
- Oversees maintenance of database of alumni, donors and prospective donors.
- Establishes fundraising strategies and solicits gifts to support capital improvement projects.
- Coordinates endowed scholarship program and identifies and secures additional endowments and named gifts.
- Designs and implements strategies to engage Chatfield College alumni.
- Plans coordinates and recruits sponsors and committee members to ChatField of Dreams and other college events..
- Coordinates the annual scholarship luncheon in March.
- Serves as the staff advisor to the Advancement committee.
Minimum and Preferred Requirements:
The successful candidate will have a minimum of a bachelors degree in business, education, non-profit management, or a related degree from a regionally-accredited institution of higher learning. A master’s degree in business administration, public administration, or a similar specialization relevant to development activities is strongly desired. Candidates should have a demonstrated record of successfully managing long-term projects and stewarding major gifts. The ability to manage multiple projects in a dynamic environment with emphasis on consensus-building and experience with process improvement is required. Exceptional organizational, communication and interpersonal skills is also a prerequisite. Experience working within education is advantageous.
Chatfield College seeks an experienced Director of Development to lead efforts in fundraising, endowment, planned giving, and alumni relations. Successful candidates must possess proven skills and experience in these areas. Leadership and excellent communication skills required. Specific areas of expertise should include:
- Annual Campaigns
- Capital Campaigns
- Major Gifts
- Planned Giving
- Alumni Giving
- Foundation Grants
Compensation commensurate with experience. Resume and cover letter containing contact information for three references as well as salary history should be submitted no later than November 15, 2017. Applications will be considered from experienced non-profit, for-profit, and education-based revenue generators. This position will be based at the Brown County (OH) campus and will require frequent travel to the Cincinnati campus in Over-the-Rhine.Apply Now
Coordinator of Volunteers
Reports to: Academic Dean
The Coordinator of Volunteers will supervise, manage, and assess all aspects of volunteer activities for tutoring and mentoring programs at both campuses. Also train, supervise and manage student-tutors paid by the college through various grants.
- Recruit, train, manage, supervise and assess volunteer mentors at both campuses.
- Work with faculty and site directors to recruit and orient students who may benefit from having a volunteer mentor.
- Work with academic advisors and site directors to match mentors and mentees.
- Track, monitor and support meetings between mentors and mentees.
- Maintain steady contact with mentors and provide additional support with referrals to websites, blogs, webinars and other professional development opportunities.
- Organize at least one meeting of mentors at each campus each mid-semester for support and collaboration.
- Assess effectiveness of mentoring program with interviews, questionnaires, and other data (grades, attendance, persistence, retention, graduation, etc.) gathered from students and mentors measured against pre-established objectives.
- Recruit, train, manage, supervise and assess student tutors at both campuses.v
- Prepare and submit electronic payroll information to facilitate payment of student tutors.
- Recruit, train, manage, and assess volunteer tutors at both campuses.
- Work with faculty, academic advisors, and site directors to recruit and orient students who may benefit from tutoring.
- Establish tutoring schedules for publication/posting at each campus, maximizing coverage and tutor availability for students.
- Track, monitor and support tutoring sessions.
- Maintain steady contact with tutors and provide additional support with referrals to web sites, blogs, webinars and other professional development opportunities.
- Assess effectiveness of tutoring program with interviews, questionnaires, and other data (grades, attendance, persistence, retention, graduation, etc.) gathered from students and tutors measured against pre-established objectives.
- Manage Chatfield’s participation in state-wide online tutoring program, promote availability of online tutoring to students, faculty and staff, and serve as online tutor when necessary.
- Other duties as assigned
- All employees of Chatfield College are responsible for working toward the mission and goals of the College. Due to the nature of this position, confidentiality must be maintained at all times.
- This job description shall be continually evaluated and will evolve based on new technologies and the needs and priorities of the college as established by the President, Academic Dean and the Board of Trustees.
- The responsibilities for this position will be adjusted as circumstances dictate.
- This is a part-time position requiring an average of 20 hours per week, mostly during the weeks classes are in session, with a heavier concentration of the workload required early in each semester.
- All Chatfield employees are “at will”. The terms of employment and other pertinent information is contained in the Chatfield College Employee Handbook.
- Prorated benefits, including generous PTO and tuition assistance are set forth in the Chatfield College Employee Handbook.
- Regular remote monitoring of voicemail and e-mail, and attendance at all major college events, including some held on weekends, is expected.
- Friendly and collegial atmosphere at both campuses; bucolic settings, and first-rate technology.
- Chatfield is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of age, race, religion, gender, disability, or other legally protected class.
- Chatfield College reserves the right to perform random drug-testing prior to or after employment begins.
- Work closely with the Dean, Registrar, Business Office, Financial Aid, and Enrollment Management to gather and maintain accurate data across all college functions.
- Utilize and analyze internal and external data to create reports to inform strategic planning, budgeting, and decision-making.
- Develop and execute assessments activities of courses, academic programs, mission effectiveness, and student life.
- Help maintain the College’s accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission by coordinating accreditation activities of all departments.
- Serve as HLC Data Update Coordinator
- Oversee the ongoing evaluation of student learning and academic achievement to ensure program effectiveness, continuous improvement, and accreditation compliance.
- Performing other research and assessment activities as assigned by the Dean.
- Collaborate with Dean, faculty, and staff to articulate program outcomes and measures to evaluate and assess student learning.
- Collect and analyze data from internal and external sources.
- Work with Dean, faculty and academic advisors to identify and expedite opportunities for continuous improvement.
- Keep current on best practices in research, compliance, accreditation and assessment.
- Coordinate periodic reports to, communications with, and site visits from accreditors.
- Maintain assessment and accreditation reports, data and documentation files.
- Create and develop responses and reports requested by the College administration as requested.
- Monitor institutional compliance with Ursuline core values and legacy statement.
- Bachelor’s Degree is required, advanced degree preferred.
- Must understand and support Chatfield Mission and Ursuline Core Values.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to lead teams and work with others.
- Must be able to operate within strict guidelines and time parameters, meeting deadlines.
- Strong statistical and analytical skills, including proficiency with computer programs, databases and internet research.
- Attention to detail.
- Ability to make meaningful contribution to Chatfield College.
- Art/Performing Arts/Music
- Business/Information Systems
- Community Health Worker/Human Services
- General Studies
- Humanities, including Languages
- Physical and Life Sciences
- Religious Studies
- Social Sciences
Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred.
A background in teaching, preferably in post-secondary education.
Experience as a tutor and/or mentor preferred.
Previous successful experience in a supervisory or managerial position, preferably in post-secondary education.
Revised: October 31, 2017
Position Begins: negotiableApply Now
Coordinator of Institutional Assessment and Effectiveness
Chatfield College, a private, Catholic liberal arts college with campuses in St. Martin (Brown County) and Cincinnati, OH is searching for a qualified individual to fill the position of Coordinator of Institutional Assessment and Effectiveness. This position will be responsible for leading and documenting the College’s data gathering, analysis, and reporting, and coordinating the assessment of courses, programs, departments, extra and co-curricular activities, and the college as a whole, consistent with the Chatfield Mission.
This position is full time, with benefits. Though based at the main campus in St. Martin, some travel to the Cincinnati campus will be necessary. Compensation includes salary, medical benefits, generous PTO, paid holidays, 403 (b) contributions (after 1 year), paid life and short term disability insurance, tuition assistance for employee and family members. Dental, Vision, and AFLAC programs available at employee expense.
PART TIME FACULTY
Chatfield College is seeking qualified Part Time Faculty to teach daytime, evening, or Saturday classes at either our St. Martin, Ohio campus in rural Brown County or our Cincinnati campus located in downtown Cincinnati.
Faculty are needed in all academic disciplines, and applications are considered on a rolling basis. For a complete listing of current courses, see our Course Catalog. Disciplinary areas include:
Pursuant to HLC Assumed Practice B.2., candidates should have attained a Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in the discipline they wish to teach, or a Master’s degree and 18 credits of graduate study in the discipline they wish to teach. In some cases, equivalent experience may be considered. Certified transcripts and a background check will be required as a condition of employment.
Chatfield College is a private, Catholic, liberal arts institution offering the Associate of Arts degree and is an equal opportunity employer. Chatfield College is a nonprofit institution, fully accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.Apply Now
Chatfield is experiencing growth and expansion as a result of the success of its new campus in Over-The-Rhine and increased enrollment in Brown County.
Applicants are being considered for a wide range of teaching, management, student support, and administrative positions for both campuses. Full-time and adjunct teaching appointments may be available in all academic discipline.
Only electronic submissions will be considered. No phone calls, please.Apply Now