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Thank you for your interest in working with Seton Hall University. All applicants must create an online application to be considered for any open position. Please note, employment is contingent upon satisfactory criminal and other relevant background investigations. The determination of satisfactory is at the sole discretion of Seton Hall University.

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AV Coordinator-Evening South Orange
The AV Coordinator is responsible for the preventative maintenance, repair and coordination of audio visual equipment used in support of classes, meetings and special events held on the Seton Hall-Nutley Campus.
AV Coordinator-Midday South Orange
The AV Coordinator is responsible for the preventative maintenance, repair and coordination of audio visual equipment used in support of classes, meetings and special events held on the Seton Hall-Nutley Campus.
AV Coordinator-Weekend/Day South Orange
The AV Coordinator is responsible for the preventative maintenance, repair and coordination of audio visual equipment used in support of classes, meetings and special events held on the Seton Hall -Nutley Campus.
Senior PC Support Specialist South Orange
The Senior PC Support Specialist will be the lead in providing expert level II support to the University user community. The types of support includes completing repairs, replacement of faulty equipment, upgrading computers, installing and supporting of University standard software on desktops/laptop computers, providing support for network connectivity and printing on campus, testing of computers, workstations, and server technologies, and test multiple software applications and images that will be distributed campus wide.
Public Safety Officer South Orange
The Public Safety Officer’s primary purpose is to protect life and property. This is accomplished through a variety of tasks including: preventive patrol, reporting suspicious persons/activities, reporting unsafe conditions, providing transportation to students and the enforcement of University’s rules and regulations. Regulate pedestrian and vehicular traffic and provide a security presence for dignitary visits, special events, and sporting events. He/She completes written reports on all security related matters and provide information and assistance to students, staff and the general public. Assists South Orange Police, Fire, and Rescue Squad when necessary or as required.
IT Specialist South Orange
Reporting to Director of Student Information Systems, the IT Specialist assists with the development, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of information technology systems within a number of functional areas (e.g., Admissions, Registration, Bursar, Financial Aid).
Director of Center for Community Research & Engagement South Orange
The Director of the Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) assists the Executive Director in managing the direction, planning, and advancement of the programs of the Center.
AV Coordinator-Day Shift South Orange
The AV Coordinator is responsible for the preventative maintenance, repair and coordination of audio visual equipment used in support of classes, meetings and special events held on the Seton Hall-Nutley Campus.
Associate Director, Media Services South Orange
The Associate Director is responsible for the oversight and delivery of professional audio visual media support to the campus community on the Nutley Campus, while overseeing the Classroom and Event Support Team.
PC Support Specialist South Orange
The PC Support Specialist provides expert support to the University user community. This support includes repairs and replacement of faulty computer equipment and peripherals, upgrading computers, supporting of University standard software on desktop and laptop computers: such as wi-fi for network connectivity and printing on campus.
Community Liaison South Orange
The Community Liaison for the Human Dimension Course (HD) is responsible for engaging and recruiting individuals and families to participate in the SOM’s Human Dimension course. In the HD course, pairs of medical students will be matched with individuals and families in the community and will partner with those individuals and communities over time throughout the SOM’s core curriculum.
Faculty Development Specialist, North Outpatient South Orange
The Faculty Development (FD) Specialist will be responsible for training primarily clinical faculty members in various aspects of clinical teaching. This will occur in either the inpatient or outpatient setting, depending upon the experience of the applicant and the needs of the School of Medicine.
Faculty Development Specialist, South Outpatient South Orange
The Faculty Development (FD) Specialist will be responsible for training primarily clinical faculty members in various aspects of clinical teaching. This will occur in either the inpatient or outpatient setting, depending upon the experience of the applicant and the needs of the School of Medicine. The FD specialist will help to develop and implement clinical teaching programs, under the supervision of the Assistant Dean of Student, Resident and Faculty Development. Faculty development programs will be developed/implemented for both Phase 1 (pre-clerkship) Phase 2 (clerkship) faculty members, Phase 3 (advanced study) and will take place within the clinical setting.
Security Analyst South Orange
The Security Analyst is a focal point for all IT security related matters. The SA is responsible for reviewing and analyzing the University’s technology security posture, both technically and procedural, then make recommendations on security solutions to ensure the University remains secure and re-mediates any weaknesses.
Residence Coordinator South Orange
The Residence Coordinator (RC) is a ten month, live-in professional position in Housing and Residence Life, who reports directly to the Complex Residence Hall Director (RHD). The position works a 35 hours per week. Position may also require flex work week scheduling by advance notice from supervisor.
Administrative Assistant - Office of Medical Education South Orange
The Administrative Assistant will work closely with staff members of the Office of Medical Education, faculty members, and students.
Standardized Patient Educator South Orange
The Standardized Patient Educator will primarily be responsible for training of Standardized Patients (SPs) under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Skills. This individual will be responsible for leading the recruitment, training and coordination of a team of SPs and will work with faculty members to ensure that the training provided to SPs meet the specific needs of the educational program.
Director of Major Gifts South Orange
The Director of Major Gifts is responsible for creating a climate conducive for giving by developing and securing gifts (outright and pledged) of $25,000+ for assigned schools and colleges, special programs and projects, new initiatives and campaigns. This includes identifying suspects to determine their potential as donors through strategic cultivation and well-tried solicitations in the tri-state area and other related regions as assigned.
Associate Dean Assessment & Accreditation South Orange
Seton Hall University invites interested persons to apply for the position of Associate Dean of Assessment and Accreditation in the College of Education and Human Services. The position is responsible for management and oversight of the CAEP accreditation process, including the quality assurance system, and use of data for improving candidate learning and program quality.
Assistant Director of Reunion & Annual Giving II - Law School Newark
Develop and implement strategies to ensure proper cultivation and stewardship of prospects celebrating reunions, in support of reunion class gift program and oversee staff responsible for implementing graduation gift program.

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