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To supervise all custodial responsibilities for the College Academic buildings
Support the mission and values of Bethel University by performing custodial and security services to the academic buildings.
Responsible for administering, fostering, and developing a culture of project planning and office support for the Information Technology Services (ITS) department.
Identifies, qualifies, cultivates, and recruits an increasing number of students to the university from a designated region and generates and fosters partners and stakeholders.
Immediate Opening for a Live-In Position.
Responsible for supervising and supporting the RD staff, their duties and the residents in their areas. Foster a positive, safe and educational residential environment for all students by facilitating community, offering direction to programming, and journeying with students through crisis, community standard infractions and personal and spiritual development.
Coordinate communication about CAS academics; serve as a liaison between academic departments & programs, Academic Affairs and other Bethel offices (e.g. Admissions, Communication & Marketing, Advancement, Parent and Family Relations); coordinate academic chapel; oversee administration of course evaluations
Manage the daily operating functions of the CAPS/Seminary/GS Admission team, supporting marketing initiatives and providing leadership to a large and complex admissions system. Partner with key staff and faculty to effectively recruit students. Lead the CAPS/Seminary/GS Admissions office in development of recruiting plans and achievement of recruitment and net revenue goals.
Responsible for the strategic management and execution of a comprehensive annual giving program, securing increasing levels of annual and participation of recurring gifts from staff, parents, friends, and alumni
Manage leadership, development, administration, and implementation of risk management through the Security and Safety branch and Transportation Services branch. This includes 365 – 24/7 operations on the Bethel University campus, residential and office facilities in Saint Paul.
Responsible for managing the Act Six scholarship program and assisting with creating training and development opportunities for members at Bethel and the local community towards intercultural competency.
Recruits new and/or returning students for Bethel University through identifying, qualifying, and cultivating prospective students.
Receives, reviews, and enters data into institutional relational database according to established procedures. Ensures accuracy of data recorded utilizing analytical skills to support the institution’s vision, mission and enrollment goals.
Oversees front-of-house operations for performances in the Black Box Theatre.
Oversees front-of-house operations for concerts, conferences and events; serves as a team member during summer conference operations.
Responsible for all project phases (Initiate, Plan, Execute, Monitor & Control and Close) to deliver accurate and consistent Information Technology Services projects.
To provide administrative support for the Office of the Associate Provost and assistance to associate provost
Provide administrative support for the Marital & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling programs and manage relations between the program director, faculty, students, prospective students, the academic institution and other stakeholders.
Contributes to the marketing, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of planned gifts to increase both the quantity and size of estate, life-income, and other planned gifts in support of Bethel University’s mission.
Provide primary registrar services to Bethel University constituents, mainly College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).
Responsible for relationship management with prospective and current investors in Bethel University capable of making major gifts to the University, including management of identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.