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Armed Security Officer

  • Classification: Non-Exempt, Full-Time, 12-month
  • Department/Division: Security/Business Affairs
  • Reports To: Security Supervisor

Job Function

The Armed Officer will report directly to the Shift Supervisor, or in the absence of the Shift Supervisor, the Executive Director/Director of Security, and will be responsible for carrying out the basic security functions of the college; including but not limited to; the protection of life and property, maintenance of public order, prevention of crime, response to emergency situations, diffusing difficult situations, securing buildings, and enforcing college rules and regulations.

The job of an Armed Officer is also physically demanding, requiring the stamina and strength to work assigned shifts under all environmental conditions, drive a motor vehicle, perform foot patrol, stand, or sit for extended periods of time, defend themselves and others in actual physical combat, occasionally lift and move people or heavy objects, climb or jump physical obstacles and run various distances.

Essential Elements

  • Thorough knowledge of all college rules and regulations concerning buildings and grounds; all policies, rules and regulations contained in the student handbook; and all policies, rules, and regulations of security regarding position duties and responsibilities.
  • Thorough knowledge of the physical plant layout (all College properties), and areas that are prone to fire alarms, utility failures, theft, vandalism, etc. Knowing the location of fire extinguishers, cut-off valves, etc.
  • Conducts security patrol of campus areas and facilities practicing crime prevention methods taking appropriate action to guard against criminal activity and inappropriate conduct, etc. Conducts emergency building searches for intruder’s, trespassers, and bomb threats.
  • Makes crucial decisions under stress and is held accountable for the result.
  • May be subjected to bodily harm with the possibility of loss of life.
  • Locks and unlocks buildings as scheduled or assigned and upon request of college administration and so documents actions.
  • Investigates incidents occurring on campus (criminal and non-criminal) brought to their attention or withdrawal. Ensures appropriate action taken, reports filed, and appropriate college administration are made aware of incidents.
  • Completes all required reports and logs clearly and promptly and for the submission of such reports and logs to the Director of Security at the completion of duty.
  • Maintains harmonious relationships with all associates by courteous and considerate demeanor.
  • Attends and completes all required Security Training initiated or designated by the Department or appropriate authority.
  • Apprehends, detains, and takes appropriate action in conformance to college policy against all offenders. If necessary, may be request assistance of local police department.
  • As required, subpoena appears before college judicial proceedings, magistrate hearing or court of common pleas in prosecutions of accused.
  • Performs all duties and responsibilities in courteous are friendly manner to all students, faculty, staff and public rendering assistance and information when requested.
  • Assists and works with all College departments and organizations in situations of sudden emergency when such assistance is necessary.
  • Appropriate use and management of personal King’s College email account.
  • Use and management of a personal King’s College Self-Service account.
  • Accurately checks and verifies all identification cards of students, guests, and visitors upon entrance into residence halls.
  • Thorough knowledge and adherence to the King’s College Use of Force Policy.
  • Thorough knowledge and adherence to Pennsylvania Crimes Code (Title 18) sections 505, 506, and 507 regarding the use of deadly force.
  • Must demonstrate competency with College issued firearm during annual firearms familiarization.
  • Maintains and ensures College issued firearm is functioning properly.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • High school education or beyond.
  • 235 Security Act certification or acquire within six months – Act 120 or Equivalent.
  • CPR and First Aid certified.
  • Participates in training and re-certification as required.
  • Background investigation required.
  • Experience preferred, but not required.
  • Demonstrates proficiency with College issued firearm.

Physical Conditions

Ability to analyze and diffuse emergency non-emergency situations peacefully and successfully. Individual must be able to meet established specific physical requirements of the job, such as running, lifting, carrying, or dragging heavy objects. Also, climbing over or pulling oneself over obstacles. Jumping on elevated stairways. Ability to resolve physical disputes or engage in physical confrontation, if necessary.

Internal applicants please submit your materials to by 7/1/2024.

Assistant Director of Admission

  • Classification: Exempt, Full-Time, 12-Month
  • Department/Division: Office of Admission/Enrollment Management
  • Reports To: Director of Undergraduate Admission

Job Function

This position performs duties to find and recruit prospective students to King’s College. The guidelines set by the College and the Office of Admission allow for the implementation and recruitment of prospective students using promoting strategies and public relations skills. Work will be directly with prospective students, families, school counselors and the campus community to ensure the achievement of strategies and benchmarks outlined in the College’s Strategic Plan.

Essential Elements

  • Manages regional recruitment territory.
  • Reviews prospective students’ applications and directs them to the appropriate sources for guidance on courses of study, financial aid, scholarships, or other information.
  • Meets with prospective students along with their families to teach them about the College.
  • Participates and retains information from professional development sessions in the summer months.
  • Ensures that application information is entered into the student database by office administrative staff.
  • Travels to high schools, college fairs and recruitment events.
  • Provide timely feedback to internal and external offices and relationships.
  • Utilizes the CRM system Slate to manage individual enrollment workflow throughout the funnel.
  • Participates in events, information sessions, orientations, registration events and graduation.
  • Uses phone, email, text, and other technology to communicate with prospective students in a timely manner (aligned with expectations), providing superior student service.
  • Supervises the student ambassadors and tour guide program which aids recruitment.
  • Has a commitment to operating professional development and training programs.
  • Runs 1-2 recruitment events independently or with a colleague.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • A bachelor’s degree is required.
  • 2-3 years of experience in customer service
  • A valid driver’s license with a clean driving record and willingness to travel for extensive periods of time.
  • Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to deliver information effectively and persuasively.
  • Highly organized with a distinct propensity for timeliness and professionalism.
  • Ability to function effectively as part of a team, working effectively as an individual, as well as team member.
  • Minimal supervision is received from the Director of Undergraduate Admission.

Physical Conditions

Fast paced, high-energy environment. Travel, evenings, and weekends are required during certain periods throughout the year. Periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer and telephone. Must be able to lift 10-15lbs on a regular basis.

Internal candidates please submit your materials to by 7/6/2024.

Associate Vice President for Academic Success

  • Classification: Exempt, Full-Time, 12-Month
  • Department/Division: Academic Success/Academic Affairs
  • Reports To: Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Job Function

The AVPAS is an integral member of the Academic Affairs division, participating in long-term, institutional strategic planning and decision-making and providing leadership and oversight for the development, execution, and assessment of the College’s goals related to retention and student success. The AVPAS oversees student service offices such as academic advisement and the registrar and several other offices dedicated to supporting various student communities, including underrepresented populations. The AVPAS is primarily responsible for safeguarding and increasing the opportunities for academic achievement among the College’s students.

Essential Elements

  • Oversee the development, execution, and assessment of the College’s strategic goals related to retention and student success.
  • Collaborate with the Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Associate Vice-President and Dean of Arts and Sciences in strategic planning, decision making, crisis management, and communication.
  • Provide leadership and direction for offices within the Academic Division to foster an atmosphere that supports student retention and success, fosters the holistic development of the student, demonstrates a commitment to diversity and inclusion, and encourages the religious values and academic mission of the College.
  • Oversee the development, communication, and ongoing review of all policies and procedures for offices supervised, to meet student needs, as well as ensure alignment with ethical standards and legal parameters.
  • Assist in the preparation and management of the office budgets.
  • Collaborate with the Director of Academic and Institutional Grants in researching and writing grant proposals related to student success and retention.
  • Serve as Co-Chair of the Academic Standing Committee.
  • Oversee the implementation of the Presidential Hope Fund Textbook Grant process.
  • Coordinate with the Chief Facilities Officer, as needed, regarding Inclement Weather procedures, decisions, and communication.
  • Oversee the process for outreach to students with long-term absences from class to assure access to academic services and support.
  • Oversee the Withdrawal Process, including communication with students, counseling and exit interviews, and coordination with Financial Aid and other pertinent offices.
  • Advise students on matters related to the Academic Grievance Process.
  • Respond to parent/guardian concerns related to Academic Affairs.
  • Oversee the College’s Academic Alert Processes and coordinates collaboration among the Offices of Residence Life, Athletics, Academic Advisement, the Registrar, and Information and Instructional Technology.
  • Serve on the Summer Orientation Committee and coordinate Academic Affairs participation in its planning and execution.
  • Participate in the Academic Leadership Meetings.
  • Represent the Academic Division on College committees and task forces as needed.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • Master’s degree (doctorate or terminal degree preferred).
  • Five years of successful experience in an academic leadership and supervisory role.
  • Possess the skills to work respectfully and collaboratively with multiple internal and external constituents to realize strategic goals.
  • Demonstrate a proven commitment to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Advocate a philosophy of holistic student development that aligns with the College’s Holy Cross and Catholic mission.

Physical Conditions

Fast paced, high-energy environment. Typical office working conditions. Available for occasional evenings and/or weekends. Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer and telephone.

Clinical Nursing Instructor (PT Adjunct)

  • Classification: Part-Time (Adjunct)
  • Department/Division: Academic Affairs/Nursing
  • Reports To: Nursing Department Chair


  • Master's degree in nursing; licensure as a registered nurse in Pennsylvania; experience in clinical specialty area (adult health, psychiatric mental health, obstetrics, pediatrics, community, and long-term care)
  • If currently BSN prepared, candidate must be willing to enroll in a master’s degree in nursing program.
  • Per Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing, faculty with a BSN will need to provide evidence of a plan for obtaining a graduate degree in nursing.
  • A person may teach with a BSN in a nursing education program in Pennsylvania for a maximum cumulative period of 5 years.
  • Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider course completion card
  • Successful candidate/s will be required to submit documentation of various clearances upon hire.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • The successful candidate will support the Holy Cross Mission and Catholic identity of the College.


  • Select appropriate learning experiences for the assigned student group(s), i.e., client/patient assignments and planning clinical pre and post conferences.
  • Observation of the students’ performance and review of procedures and principles as necessary.
  • Evaluation of students’ clinical performance on a weekly basis and verbally, as needed, on an individual basis, including written feedback.
  • Attends hospital orientations prior to start of clinical and orients students to the assigned clinical unit.
  • Participates and leads simulated nursing experiences.
  • Maintains a cooperative, positive relationship with the staff on the nursing unit to facilitate an optimal learning environment for the students.

To apply, send one *.pdf file containing a letter of application, CV, undergraduate and graduate transcripts to Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.

Computer Science (Part-Time)

The King’s College Math & Computer Science Department seeks 1 part-time instructor to teach 1 or 2 mid-level Computer Science courses (e.g., Databases, Computer Organization, Algorithms) or the upper-level Software Engineering Capstone. Begins Aug 2024. The department is also updating its pool of qualified part-time instructors for subsequent semesters.

Master’s degree or PhD in CS, CSE, Math, or related field preferred, Bachelor’s degree in CS/CSE with appropriate experience considered.

Send single *.pdf document that includes letter of interest, weekly availability during 2024-25 academic year (if known), CV, transcripts, & contact informant for 2 professional references to

Applications considered on a rolling basis for the 2024-25 academic year.


  • Classification: Full Time, Exempt, 12-month
  • Department/Division: Business Office/Business Affairs
  • Reports To: Associate Vice President, Finance

Job Function

The Controller is an experienced professional with a deep understanding of accounting practices and organizational policies and procedures. The Controller ensures data integrity and accuracy within the College’s financial system in compliance with state and federal regulations and produces financial statements that are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principals (“GAAP”).

Essential Elements

  • Supervise accounting staff within the Business Office. Oversee the day-to-day activities of the accounting, accounts payable and payroll departments with discretion and confidentiality.
  • Oversees each month end closing process ensuring account analysis and reconciliations completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Review and approve journal entries for accuracy and proper supporting documentation.
  • Guarantee the punctual and meticulous preparation of financial reports, including monthly, quarterly, and annual statements.
  • Assist with cash management activities. Prepares the monthly cash position worksheet for leadership. Update annual rolling cashflow projection as needed.
  • Lead audit liaison to the external auditors, for the annual financial statement and various regulatory/compliance audits.
  • Compiles and prepares annual tax filing information for external tax preparers.
  • Reconciles and maintains all endowment assets and related investments, including distributions, investment activity, pledge activity, donor contributions and spending release.
  • Identify, prioritize, and resolve complex financial issues; identify underlying issues and recommend solutions.
  • Assist in the analysis of existing systems and processes, identify process improvement, and improved internal controls opportunities; recommend solutions.
  • Work collaboratively with others to build alignment and successfully accomplish assigned projects and initiatives that lead to organizational improvement, greater efficiency, and improved customer service to the campuses.
  • Work with Business Office staff to ensure business procedures for the department are sufficiently documented and periodically reviewed for accuracy.
  • Work with the AVP, Finance on annual insurance renewal and risk management activities.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting or related field with a minimum of 6 years of progressively responsible and recent professional accounting experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • CPA or other professional certification required.
  • Strong understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and the ability to interpret and apply advanced and complex accounting rules.
  • Advanced proficiency in business applications, such as Microsoft Excel.
  • Demonstrates critical thinking skills, analytical ability, and organization skills.
  • Collaborative and strong leadership skills, effective oral and written communications skills; ability to lead a team of finance individuals.
  • Thorough knowledge of financial transactions and financial systems, as well as related policy, accounting, and regulatory compliance requirements.
  • Higher education knowledge and not for profit experience preferred but not required.

Physical Conditions

  • May work extended hours during peak business cycles.
  • Typical office environment.
Internal applicants please submit materials to by 5/29/24.

Desk Attendant (PT, ACYR)

  • Classification: Non-Exempt, Part-time, Academic Year
  • Department/Division: Campus Safety and Security/Business Affairs
  • Reports To: Security- Shift Supervisor

Job Function

Provides an element of security to Resident Hall(s). Responsible for controlling access into Resident Hall(s) and the Scandlon Gym. Provides Security into facility assuring access permitted only by authorized persons. This position is considered part of the essential personnel duties of the college.

Essential Elements

  • Check all identification cards of students, guests, and visitors upon their entrance into a Resident Hall or the Scandlon Gym. Updates visitor logs and assists visitors and students.
  • Thorough knowledge of college policies, rules, and regulations pursuant to personnel and security manuals.
  • Periodically checks fire alarm procedure and other emergency requirements.
  • Is courteous and establishes good rapport with all faculty, staff, students, and visitors.
  • Deals with emergency situations by contacting appropriate college personnel and departments, such as Security Services and the Director of Residence Life.
  • Maintains accurate records of facilities used, and security closing log.
  • Deals with emergency situations by contacting appropriate college personnel and departments, such as Security Services or Department Heads.
  • Provides good customer service to all persons using the Scandlon Gym facilities.
  • Secures premises at the end of duty.
  • Appropriate use and management of a King’s College email account.
  • Use and management of a King’s College Self-Service account.
  • Monitors cameras in Resident Halls and Scandlon Gym facilities.
  • Performs other duties or assignments as directed, requested, or assigned.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • High school Diploma or Equivalent. Work experience commensurate with responsibilities.
  • Responsible, reliable and willing to modify their schedule to assist when needed.
  • The ability to relate well with people in a courteous and pleasant manner; ability to speak clearly and communicate effectively; ability to deal with emergency situations in a calm and effective manner.

Physical Conditions

  • Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time. Ability to resolve physical disputes, if necessary.

Director of Advancement Operations and Reporting

  • Classification: Non-Exempt, Part-time, Academic Year
  • Department/Division: Campus Safety and Security/Business Affairs
  • Reports To: Security- Shift Supervisor

Institutional Advancement Opportunity

King’s is at an exciting moment in its history. The College is in a place of strategic growth, and incredible opportunity as we recently completed the $56M Send Us Forth Campaign. The College seeks a Director of Advancement Operations and Reporting to develop, implement and oversee processes that ensure the accuracy, completeness and consistency of constituent data, to provide technology management, user training and support, and maximizing the functionality of the College’s constituency relationship management system (CRM). The successful candidate will join a team of energetic and enthusiastic professionals committed to the King’s mission.

Job Function

The Director of Advancement Operations and Reporting has significant interaction with King’s College Institutional Advancement (IA) staff and will oversee the processes, and day-to-day activities that ensure the accuracy, completeness and consistency of constituent and gift data into the constituency relationship management system (CRM), Raiser’s Edge NXT, and its effective use for the College. This role is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of alumni and donor information, including data input and output, gift processing and acknowledgment, traditional and dashboard reporting, technology management, and user training and support.

The Director of Advancement Operations and Reporting will provide support to IA staff by providing technical support, administering user accounts, implementing policies for data entry, conducting system and data audits, providing training, and making sure the database effectively captures constituent and donation information. This role will be the advancement data and technology liaison within IA and within the College, communicating on a regular basis to ensure the database strategies and systems are effectively operating with other College systems and resources.

The Director of Advancement Operations and Reporting develops and implements data quality controls, policies, and procedures. This position stays abreast of data integrity processes and methods, and of current and emergent technologies that enable the collection and maintenance of advancement-related data. Additionally, they will be the primary liaison between IA and Blackbaud, owner of Raiser’s Edge NXT; the database of record for King’s College for all alumni and donor information, as well as other technologies where appropriate.

The Director of Advancement Operations and Reporting supervises all gift and pledge processing, monitors all IA reporting needs (including monthly contribution reports, board reports, campaign reports and the annual Voluntary Survey of Education report), and coordinates the use of forms as they relate to business processes. The Director of Advancement Operations and Reporting provides strategic counsel to stakeholders and IA leadership as it relates to technology and reporting needs and serves the IA division as a process improvement/change manager, implementing and adopting automation and industry best practices as they relate to the advancement operations function of the College.

Essential Elements


  • Works collaboratively across the Institutional Advancement (IA) team and within the College.
  • Ensures data integrity that allows senior management and fundraising leadership to set effective strategies and objectives for engagement and fundraising programs.
  • Collaborates extensively with advancement staff to document, establish and disseminate best practice in data management, querying, and system utilization.
  • Trains all IA staff members on the appropriate use of NXT, affiliated Blackbaud solutions, and associated APIs related to their individual roles.
  • Assures IA staff members enroll in and receive advanced Blackbaud training and/or certifications as appropriate to each of their positions.

Database Management

  • Provides oversight for the data entry of all alumni, donor, and other pertinent constituent information in NXT and related alumni and donor data and systems.
  • Ensures proper data syncing and integration between NXT and NetCommunity, and between NXT and the College Administrative database, Colleague.
  • Implements and manages quality controls through audits to ensure accurate processing of all alumni and donor data. Builds data processes to ensure data accuracy. Sets the standards for data accuracy.
  • Ensures the database is functioning as a robust CRM, with appropriate use of all areas within NXT and ancillary solutions including functionalities such as attributes, codes, media, notes, events, and actions for constituents in NXT.
  • Serves as a resource for advice or information related to the NXT database, including knowledge of all system updates that occur.
  • Conducts ongoing work to maintain and improve overall data health in NXT and all related systems through data appends and updates such as NCOA based on the data management plan.
  • Creates and implements a data management plan; to include document maintenance of processes and procedures.
  • Leads efforts to correct or resolve linking/syncing of NXT to related data streams.
  • Uses critical thinking skills, applies logic and strategies to identify the strengths and weaknesses of issues; collaboratively address challenges and create solutions.
  • Develops and implements a training program for IA staff on current and new features within NXT incorporating Blackbaud training solutions; create and implement training for new staff members.


  • Primary developer of all reporting needs for the IA division; handles intermediate and advance reporting requests of IA division.
  • Provides counsel to division leadership on reporting and compliance requirements and develops new reports through collaboration with division leaders based on expert knowledge of system capabilities.
  • Responds to reporting requests from other divisions of the college.
  • Handles all requests for gift related information from the Business Office/external auditors.
  • Maintains continuity and parity in reporting between other College databases (including but not limited to: Registrar, Business Office, IITS, Academic Affairs and Student Affairs).

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Three or more years of experience preferred working in a cloud-based hosted system, preferably in a higher education setting.
  • Exceptional knowledge and experience with Raiser’s Edge/NXT database, Almabase, Microsoft Suite (Including PowerAutomate) and other APIs, preferred.
  • Strong knowledge of CASE Global Reporting Standards.
  • Outstanding attention to detail.
  • Self-starter with advanced customer service skills and managerial experience.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; able to effectively communicate at all levels.
  • Sense of urgency and ability to manage multiple priorities.
  • Ability to adapt to changing circumstances.
  • Experience being the liaison for Advancement with software/service providers.
  • Must handle sensitive and confidential material in the strictest of confidence.
  • Exhibits highest ethical standards.
  • Reflects an optimistic and a positive attitude. Sense of humor a plus.
  • Excellent management, organizational, and leadership skills.
  • Ability to work independently and satisfy defined metrics for success.
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds, personalities, and life experiences.
  • Team player. The ability to build effective relationships with colleagues across an organization.
  • Willingness and ability to work weekends and evenings as required.

Physical Conditions:

Fast paced, high-energy environment. Occasional travel, evenings and weekends are required throughout the year. Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer and telephone.

Internal applicants please submit your materials to by 5/12/2024.

Enrollment Operations Analyst

  • Classification: Exempt, Full-Time, 12-Month
  • Department/Division: Enrollment Management
  • Reports To: Director of Enrollment Data Management

Job Function

This position is responsible for student record management, including data integrity, reporting, and upholding standard operation procedures. This position also plays a critical role in processes related to the admissions customer relationship management (CRM) software. This role will work closely with graduate, undergraduate, international, and financial aid staff.

Essential Elements

  • Under the direction of the Director of Enrollment Data Management, oversee procedures to import prospective student data from internal and external sources into the CRM (Technolutions Slate) and Student Information System (Ellucian Colleague).
  • Assists in the development and maintenance of key Slate functionality, including but not limited to applications, queries, reports, process automation, portals, form development, database structure, data integrity, system integrations, and data uploads.
  • Coordinate multifaceted processes to accurately track and process incoming admissions documents and other information critical to recruitment.
  • Assist with data entry in Slate and Colleague.
  • Assist with streamlining admissions operations and application processing.
  • Work closely with other staff on clean-up and tracking projects to maintain data integrity in Slate and Colleague.
  • Monitor daily processes to ensure operational efficiency.
  • Assist in the creation and maintenance of documentation on enrollment management systems, data processes, and operations processes.
  • Assists in building queries, reports, and tools to provide relevant data to Graduate Admissions, Undergraduate Admissions, the Office of Financial Aid, the Director of Institutional Research, and other campus constituents.
  • Ensure quality and accuracy in queries used for outreach and communication with prospective students.
  • Provide technical support and training to new staff in CRM processes and procedures regarding student records.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree from accredited college is required.
  • One to two years of experience with relational databases is required.
  • Experience utilizing a CRM system and knowledge of data logic and querying tools are required; experience with Technolutions Slate CRM and/or Ellucian Colleague are preferred.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office tools; advanced Excel and Access are preferred.
  • Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and SQL preferred.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a collaborative team environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills.

Physical Conditions

Fast paced environment. Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

Internal candidates, please submit your materials to by 6/15/2024.

Gift Officer

  • Classification: Exempt, Full-Time, 12-Month
  • Department/Division: Institutional Advancement (IA)/Institutional Advancement
  • Reports To: Sr. Director of Development

Institutional Advancement Opportunity

King’s is at an exciting moment in its history. The College is in a place of strategic growth, and incredible opportunity as we recently completed the $56M Send Us Forth Campaign. The College seeks a Gift Officer (GO) who will work with the front-line development team within the Institutional Advancement (IA) Department. The Gift Officer (GO) is a priority role for King's requiring a motivated self-starter who will enjoy working in a fast-paced environment while building mutually supportive relationships with alumni, staff, faculty, and volunteers. The position requires an individual who values and exhibits teamwork, perseverance, optimism, and can think strategically and creatively. The position also requires data analysis and the ability to make data-driven decisions. The GO manages a pool of approximately 150 prospects and the qualification of prospects at the $10,000 - $25,000 level. As part of their 120 - 140 annual visits, the GO will solicit their prospect pool for annual and leadership gifts and strive to recruit new 1946 Society members (planned gift closures). The GO will also work with the Alumni Engagement team to support regional alumni groups and events. Other responsibilities include effective collaboration and partnership with colleagues and peers in the IA Division and across the College, staffing College administrators on development visits with prospects and donors; and recording activities, contacts, proposals, and strategic plans in the donor database.

This position requires in-depth knowledge of the College, its initiatives, and its internal and external constituents to serve as a King’s representative and a liaison between the IA Division and King's alumni and friends. The GO routinely interacts with a variety of internal colleagues, including those in Advancement leadership, Alumni Engagement & Experience, Development, various academic departments, and faculty members, among others. The successful candidate will join a team of energetic and enthusiastic professionals committed to the King’s mission.

Essential Elements

  • Identify, qualify, cultivate, and solicit prospects with the capacity to make gifts ranging between $10,000 and $25,000.
  • Actively participate in the identification and solicitation of annual giving leadership and major gift prospects.
  • Work as a member of the Development Team to establish and track the giving strategy for individual prospects.
  • Inform and cultivate prospects’ interest in King’s College.
  • Convey priorities of the College through written and oral communications.
  • Match prospects’ interests and values to institutional needs.
  • Involve appropriate volunteers and staff members with cultivation and solicitation process, as needed.
  • Provide stewardship after a gift is made.
  • Utilize the CRM (Blackbaud RE/NXT) for daily reporting, logging interactions with constituents, and managing a portfolio strategically and efficiently.
  • Ensure open communication with colleagues across the IA Division.
  • Perform other duties as requested by the leaders of the IA Division.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree.
  • Demonstrate the highest ethical standards.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including relationship management.
  • Have a high motivation for success, coupled with diplomacy, tact, and consistent follow through.
  • Employ excellent relationship-building skills.
  • Time management skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities.
  • Success as an innovator and creative problem-solver.
  • Excellent written communications and public speaking skills.
  • Experience with analyzing data and making data-driven decisions.
  • Experience in personal gift solicitation or sales.
  • Willingness and ability to work weekends and evenings as required.
  • Moderate travel required. Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Operate with an optimistic and a positive attitude and have a good sense of humor.
  • Possess excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Utilize excellent management and organizational skills.
  • Can work independently and satisfy defined metrics for success, but also work collaboratively with members of the IA team as well as other departments across the institution including volunteers, members of the Board of Directors, the President’s Council, and similar entities.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds, personalities, and life experiences.
  • Show proven effectiveness in one-on-one qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
  • Be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and experience working with donor CRM systems (Raiser’s Edge experience preferred.)

Physical Conditions

Duties performed are primarily in an office environment while sitting at a desk or computer workstation or in meetings. Must be willing and able to work evening and weekend hours and attend college events outside normal business hours as required. Incumbents regularly sit for long periods; travel to various locations to attend meetings and conduct work. May need to lift, carry and/or move objects weighing up to 10 pounds.

Internal applicants please submit your materials to by 5/28/24.


Mathematics Instructor

The Department of Mathematics and Computing seeks candidates for temporary part-time or full-time mathematics instruction for the Spring 2025 semester to teach up to 12 credits of 100-level math or statistics classes beginning in January of 2025.

Candidates should have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, mathematics education, or statistics. A master’s degree in mathematics, mathematics education, or statistics is preferred.

Please send a single *.pdf document that includes a letter of interest, weekly schedule of availability during Spring 2025 (if known), CV, transcripts, and contact information for 2 professional references to

Resident Counselor

  • Classification: Voluntary, Academic Year
  • Department/Division: Residence Life, Student Affairs
  • Reports To: Director of Housing and Residence Life

Job Function

The Resident Counselor will serve as an adult leader for students and the residence hall staff. The Resident Counselor's main functions are to assist the Resident Assistants in establishing a strong floor and hall community consistent with the mission of the College, serve as a resource for students through informal counseling, provide educational and social programming to enhance the student residential experience, and serve as the primary Residence Life on call person.

Essential Elements

  • Know their residents and serve as an adult leader through informal counseling and advisement. Resident Counselors may be responsible for one floor, two floors or a hall.
  • Meet with the Resident Assistant staff assigned to the same area as them and discuss relevant issues and share information including student concerns, physical plant issues, and any other information that will further ensure an effective, cooperative effort focused on resident needs.
  • Conduct meetings on a regular basis and as needed with students in conjunction with the Resident Assistants.
  • Assist students as paraprofessional advisors on academic, personal, and spiritual issues. Resident Counselors will host individual meetings with each resident on their floor/in their building in the first three weeks of each semester.
  • Have knowledge of, and implement, College regulations and policies in the residence halls. Residence Counselors will serve as a resource for Resident Assistants when confronting behavioral concerns on the floor or in the residence hall.
  • Plan, implement, present, and assess educational, community development oriented, and social programming consistent with the developmental goals of the College. Each RC must plan and coordinate one educational program per semester on topics such as sexual assault, time management, study skills, and drug and alcohol education.
  • Participate in residence life training as directed by the Director of Housing and Residence Life. Training for Resident Counselors is a condition of employment. As such, attendance is required. Fall Training takes place August 11 through August 25, 2024. Winter Training takes place January 18 through January 19, 2024. Sessions during training that require the Resident Counselor Staff to attend will be scheduled from 5:30 pm and later during the week. Attendance is required for the entire day on weekends. The staff will be provided with a training schedule at least 30 days prior with exact dates and time blocks when they will be required to participate. This will allow the staff to adjust their work schedules accordingly. Staff members with specific conflicts must communicate these to the Director of Housing and Residence Life for advance consideration for approval. Missed training sessions must be made up within 10 business days of the original training. Make-up sessions must be rescheduled during normal business hours, 8:30a-4:30p. Failure to make-up training sessions will result in termination.
  • Be present during fall semester resident move in, available as much as possible during this time.
  • Attend evening events (5:30 pm or later) during Fall Welcome.
  • Attend Resident Counselor and full staff meetings. In-person attendance is mandatory.
  • Schedule and attend a monthly meeting with the Director of Housing and Residence Life.
  • Assist in departmental research.
  • Possess the ability to operate a car to meet a student at the hospital, or to partake in Residence Life and campus events located off campus.
  • Serve as the primary Residence Life on call person. The on-call rotation is approximately one two weeks per semester including weekend and weeknight responsibilities. This duty will require the Resident Counselor to be available by the RC duty cell phone and within 15 minutes of the campus to respond to incidents within the residence halls from 7 pm to 7 am Monday through Thursday and from 7 pm Friday evening through 7 am Monday morning. In this capacity, the Resident Counselor will be available to assist with student emergency response, crisis intervention, and policy implementation. Schedules will be set at the beginning of each semester.
  • Available and accessible to students and staff by office hours at least twice a week (Sunday through Thursday) for a minimum of 5 hours combined. These hours are to be posted and provided to the Director of Housing and Residence Life at the beginning of each semester.
  • Initiate academic alert meetings, administer mid-semester grades, and make appropriate referrals, if necessary.
  • Complete all other tasks as assigned by the Hall Directors, Assistant Director of Residence Education, or the Director of Housing and Residence Life.
  • Resident Counselor position begins on August 11, 2024, and ends on May 19, 2025.
  • Assignments are based off the needs of the Residence Life Program. The Director of Housing and Residence Life may change assignments as needed.
  • Organize and participate in programs, activities and services that promote the Catholic identity and mission of the College both on their floors, and during Residence Life staff training/development.
  • Develop, implement, and promote a community development plan for the Hall/Floor to provide a comfortable, safe, and inclusive atmosphere for the residents that is conducive to academic growth.
  • Required to notify the Director of Housing and Residence Life regarding their intent to return to staff annually of each academic year.
  • Mandated reporters and a Campus Security Authority (CSA) in accordance with federal and Commonwealth laws, and College policies on Sexual Misconduct (Title IX), Child Protection and the Jeanne Cleary Act. RCs are always mandated reporters, regardless of if they are functioning as a member of the staff, student, friend, teammate, campus leader, or other.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • Bachelor's Degree required; previous residence life experience preferred.
  • Pass a background check, including one of their driving records.
  • Not permitted to travel, for work or personal, more than three weeks per academic year. Any amount of time past the three weeks may result in termination. All travel that will take the Resident Counselor away from campus is to be approved by your direct supervisor at least two weeks in advance.
  • Maintain their assigned room/apartment as their permanent residence when classes are in session.

Physical Conditions

Fast paced, high-energy environment. Must be a visible and active member of the King’s College community. Evenings and weekends are required throughout the year.

Senior Director of Development

  • Classification: Exempt, Full-Time, 12-month
  • Department/Division: Institutional Advancement/Institutional Advancement
  • Reports To: Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Institutional Advancement Opportunity

King’s is at an exciting moment in its history. The College is in a place of strategic growth, and incredible opportunity as we recently completed the $56M Send Us Forth Campaign. The College seeks a Senior Director of Development who will serve two primary responsibilities: (1) planning, leading, and managing the day-to-day operations of development team; and (2) cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding a major gift portfolio.

The Senior Director will provide leadership and direction to a team of fundraising professionals and will be responsible for developing and implementing professional processes and practices in all areas under their responsibility. The Senior Director of Development will also be responsible for providing ongoing team management, including goal setting (team and individual), performance evaluations, and professional development. Important responsibilities include establishing annual plans and goals that include clearly defined metrics to measure success.

The Senior Director of Development reports to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and may work with the President and other members of the College's Senior Leadership team, key external stakeholders such as members of the College's the board of directors, President's Council, and volunteer leadership groups, where appropriate.

Essential Elements


The Senior Director of Development will be responsible for leading and managing the development team operations, specifically: (1) Major Giving; (2) Planned Giving; (3) Annual Giving; and (4) Stewardship. The Senior Director of Development will be responsible for helping to set performance goals within these areas, to manage the team members' progress in these areas, and to ensure successful achievement of goals. The Senior Director will also be responsible for updating, maintaining, and ensuring compliance with development/fundraising-related policies.

The Senior Director of Development will manage a group of major giving and/or planned giving prospects. In this respect, this position will:

  • Visit alumni and friends of King's College who are major gift prospects for qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and/or stewardship purposes.
  • Be active with a range of constituents and will seek to secure financial support at different levels in accordance with where prospects and donors stand within the cultivation continuum.
  • Be skilled in developing highly customized strategies of prospect and donor engagement.
  • Craft effective and brand-consistent written proposals and collateral materials.
  • Follow moves management protocol, including timely submission of actions and call reports utilizing the CRM.

The Senior Director of Development will also be the lead in screening requests for fundraising assistance from throughout the campus community. This person will work with the Vice President for Institutional Advancement to allocate IA assets for fundraising requests and priorities.

Campaign & Communications Management

The Senior Director of Development will be responsible for managing any of the College's fundraising campaign efforts. These responsibilities will include:

  • Creating, implementing, and managing the College's campaign plan and related goals.
  • Creating, implementing, updating, and following campaign-related policies.
  • Managing progress toward campaign fundraising goals.
  • Coordinating fundraising efforts, including between and among major giving, planned giving, and annual giving.
  • Organizing prospect assignments and directing assignments for campaign related visits.
  • Coordinating campaign messaging.
  • Collaborating with other campus stakeholders in organizing and executing campaign events.
  • Coordinating with external and internal constituencies to ensure campaign success.

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

Strong candidates will have earned a minimum of a bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) and will have a minimum of five years of progressive development and/or management experience (preferably, but not limited to, within higher education). Success as a development professional managing a portfolio and cultivating and soliciting major gift support. Experience in leading and motivating a team of development professionals is required.

Other qualifications include:

  • Exhibits the highest ethical standards and demonstrates a hunger to be successful.
  • Possesses a proven track record of leading a highly motivated and successful team.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and other computer software. (ex. Blackbaud, Raiser’s Edge, NXT)
  • Reflects an approachable, optimistic, and positive attitude.
  • Excellent management, organizational, and leadership skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate to large groups, and with diverse populations at various professional levels.
  • Ability to work independently and satisfy defined metrics for success.
  • Proven effectiveness in one-on-one qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
  • Demonstrated ability to build effective relationships with colleagues across campus and with external stakeholders.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and able to operate a motor vehicle.
  • Sense of humor a plus.

Working Conditions

Fast paced, high-energy environment. Travel, evenings and weekends are required throughout the year. Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer and telephone.

Internal applicants please submit your materials to by 5/26/24.

Sports Performance Coach

  • Classification: Exempt, Full-Time, 12-month
  • Department/Division: Athletics/Student Affairs
  • Reports To: Associate Vice President and Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and

Job Function

The sport performance coach serves King’s intercollegiate student athletes and athletic teams in
addition to providing oversight for activities, daily operations, and administrative oversight of the
Intermetro Wellness Center. This individual will develop a positive and transformational environment that fosters academic and athletic success that is consistent with the mission of the College, its Catholic identity, and the values of the Congregation of Holy Cross.

Essential Elements

  • Develop performance-based testing protocol and an annual schedule which includes, but is not limited to speed, power, and agility measures.
  • Create and maintain updated performance database to facilitate performance output reporting.
  • Create, manage, and monitor an athletic conditioning program tracking system to facilitate objective measuring of compliance with performance and sport-specific in and off-season programming.
  • In coordination with head coaches, design, implement, and supervise the strength and conditioning program for all 28 intercollegiate athletic teams, including the management of web-based programs.
  • Perform duties associated with the daily operations of the Intermetro Wellness Center and services provided to students, faculty, staff, and the community.
  • In coordination with the medical staff, assist in implementing post-rehabilitation and return to sport strength and conditioning programs.
  • In coordination with financial aid office, oversee student employees. This includes hiring, training, scheduling, and mentoring.
  • Oversee IWC cleanliness, equipment maintenance and purchase schedule.
  • Produce and maintain records of IWC traffic flow reports, including program attendance and facility usage.
  • Enforce IWC policies with staff and center users.
  • Perform all other duties and special projects as assigned.
  • Assist coaches to facilitate and implement opportunities that promote cultural diversity and inclusion within the program (racial, ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, and religion).
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as working independently.
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations pertaining to workout programs for student athletes.
  • Supervise graduate and intern assigned to Sports Performance

Required Skills, Training, and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in physical education, kinesiology, exercises science, health science, or related field required.
  • Current NSCA-CSCS or CSCC certification required.
  • First Aid, CPR, AED certification required.
  • A minimum of three years strength and conditioning coaching experience at the collegiate level preferred.
  • Valid US Driver License and clear driving record check.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends as needed.
  • Valid Clearances, including PA State Police, Child Abuse, and FBI Fingerprints are required.

Physical Conditions

Fluid work environment that varies greatly depending on time of year. High volume of work hours is required during the competitive season. Consistent night and weekend work during the academic year. The individual will need to demonstrate proper lifting, agility techniques, standing for long periods as well as the ability to lift, pull and push 25-50lbs on a regular basis.

Internal candidates please submit your materials to by 7/21/2024.