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To apply for any of the career opportunities at Oakland City University, please complete an employment application.  Applications, resumes, cover letters and/or letters of reference can be emailed to cyates@oak.edu or mailed to:
                        Oakland City University
                        c/o Human Resources
                        138 N Lucretia St
                        Oakland City, IN 47660
 

Your employment application will be considered active for one year. You must reapply if you wish to be considered for employment beyond this period of time. Please feel free to contact our Human Resources Department with questions regarding any of our open positions. All positions are posted until filled.

 

Faculty Positions

Criminal Justice Professor/Program Coordinator

Location: Oakland City, IN
Status: Faculty - 9 months – exempt/ 504 Coordinator – 12 months - exempt
Qualifications:  Masters or equivalent, minimum; doctorate or terminal degree preferred; Area of specialized training or experience; demonstrates a sincere desire to aid all students.
General Description: Help students to learn subject matter which will lead toward fulfillment of their potential intellectual, emotional, and psychological growth.  Directs, assesses, and evaluates the learning experiences of the students along with the assessing the effectiveness of academic programs in which he/she is employed to teach.
Essential Functions:

  • Maintain records as required by the University.
  • Maintains professional ethics.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative professional relationships.
  • Provide evidence of professional growth.
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development.
  • Administers the classroom and its program of organization and management.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students, peers, and community leaders.
  • Develop and implement syllabi that are clear and understandable.
  • Prepare and provide quality instruction.Provide projects, papers, etc. that are relevant to the course and to student learning.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of content area along with on-going personal study and research.
  • Begin and end classes on time according to OCU schedules.
  • Present clear, complete, and accurate explanations so that students understand what is expected.       
  • Approach subject matter in a positive and enthusiastic manner.
  • Receive learners’ questions comfortably and answers them clearly and completely.
  • Provide consistent, un-biased feedback on student work in a timely fashion.
  • Cooperate with students involved with extra-curricular activities by providing assistance when they miss your class.
  • Make provisions, if known, for students with identified exceptionalities.
  • Present content relevant to the objectives of the course as found in the syllabi.
  • Ask relevant questions throughout the lesson to check for understanding.
  • Ask questions of varying difficulty.
  • Encourage active student participation.
  • Fairly assess student progress as outlined in the syllabi.
  • Provide for the care and protection of University property.
  • Select texts, supplementary materials and equipment necessary for the delivery of course content.
  • Accepts a share of responsibility for committee assignments.
  • Attends meetings as outlined in OCUs calendar.Conduct research within respective field.
  • Provide community service.
  • Maintain office hours of 10 hours per week in addition to teaching assignments.

 

Special Education Professor

Location: Oakland City, IN
Status: Faculty - 9 months – exempt/ 504 Coordinator – 12 months - exempt
Qualifications:  Masters or equivalent, minimum; doctorate or terminal degree preferred; Area of specialized training or experience; demonstrates a sincere desire to aid all students.
General Description: Help students to learn subject matter which will lead toward fulfillment of their potential intellectual, emotional, and psychological growth.  Directs, assesses, and evaluates the learning experiences of the students along with the assessing the effectiveness of academic programs in which he/she is employed to teach.
Essential Functions:

  • Maintain records as required by the University.
  • Maintains professional ethics.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative professional relationships.
  • Provide evidence of professional growth.
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development.
  • Administers the classroom and its program of organization and management.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students, peers, and community leaders.
  • Develop and implement syllabi that are clear and understandable.
  • Prepare and provide quality instruction.
  • Provide projects, papers, etc. that are relevant to the course and to student learning.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of content area along with on-going personal study and research.
  • Begin and end classes on time according to OCU schedules.
  • Present clear, complete, and accurate explanations so that students understand what is expected.       
  • Approach subject matter in a positive and enthusiastic manner.
  • Receive learners’ questions comfortably and answers them clearly and completely.
  • Provide consistent, un-biased feedback on student work in a timely fashion.
  • Cooperate with students involved with extra-curricular activities by providing assistance when they miss your class.
  • Make provisions, if known, for students with identified exceptionalities.
  • Present content relevant to the objectives of the course as found in the syllabi.
  • Ask relevant questions throughout the lesson to check for understanding.
  • Ask questions of varying difficulty.
  • Encourage active student participation.
  • Fairly assess student progress as outlined in the syllabi.
  • Provide for the care and protection of University property.
  • Select texts, supplementary materials and equipment necessary for the delivery of course content.
  • Accepts a share of responsibility for committee assignments.
  • Attends meetings as outlined in OCUs calendar.
  • Conduct research within respective field.
  • Provide community service.
  • Maintain office hours of 10 hours per week in addition to teaching assignments.
  • 504 Coordinator

Adjunct Professor
Location: Oakland City, IN
Status: Part Time - Exempt
Degree: Doctorate of Education Preferred/ MA or MS with 18 hours of graduate level content
Concentrations in one or more of the following areas: Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Government, History, Psychology, Sociology or Physical Education preferred.
Qualifications:  Doctorate preferred in a higher education degree with emphases in one of the areas of concentration listed above; Strong interest in undergraduate mathematics education; Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to utilizing interactive teaching methods that promote student engagement in mathematics education; Area of specialized training or experience; Demonstrates a sincere desire to aid all students; Potential for scholarly activity and ability to attract external funding; Ability and desire to grow the department; Evidence of significant professional and leadership activities; An understanding of and commitment to a liberal arts education at a Christian University; Ongoing scholarly activity with a record of scholarly publications and/or experience in the field. 
Responsibilities: Teach introductory and higher-level undergraduate education and related courses for majors and non-majors each semester. Pursue continuing/ongoing research in area of concentration. Help students to learn subject matter which will lead toward fulfillment of their potential intellectual, emotional, and psychological growth.  Directs, assesses, and evaluates the learning experiences of the students along with the assessing the effectiveness of academic programs in which he/she is employed to teach. Experience in active and collaborative learning, the use of technology, and hybrid and online teaching is a plus. Candidate may be required to teach online.
Essential Functions: Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development; Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students, peers, and community leaders; Develop and implement syllabi that are clear and understandable; Prepare and provide quality instruction; Provide projects, papers, etc. that are relevant to the course and to student learning; Demonstrate knowledge of content area; Approach subject matter in a positive and enthusiastic manner; Select texts, supplementary materials and equipment necessary for the delivery of course content.
 

Staff Positions

Student Success Specialist

Location: Oakland City, Main Campus
Employment Status: Full time
Qualifications: Masters preferred; Bachelors required minimum.  Highly skilled in meeting people; strong communication skills; computer application skills, strong writing and editing skills, self-motivated.  Professional tact, diplomacy, and active engagement with administration, faculty staff, students and business employers.
General Description: Serves as Career Services Tutor as a part of Academic Affairs, handles essential reports, develops relationships with students, actively participates in the student support team, trains mentors, and provides tutoring services.
Essential Functions:

  • Work with college students and train them to be mentors/tutors for new and transfer students
  • Work with administration, faculty and staff in offering career services activities for students
  • Meet with students who receive a Beacon alert
  • Assist students with resume and cover letter writing
  • Provide tutoring for undergraduate students
  • Train upper-class mentors to work as tutors with freshman and new students
  • Develop and implement creative marketing strategies for office programs and events
  •  Maintain familiarity with Career Services Resources
  • Assist with the development of the Career Fair conducted on campus and/or in collaboration with other colleges and universities
  • Create periodic reports to ensure success of Career Services activities
  • Create and maintain evaluations of events, programs and workshops
  • Meet with new and/or transfer students to discuss potential careers and academic preparation at a minimum of once per month
  • Identify issues that need addressing to help students succeed and matriculate
  • Contact and support students who are struggling with attendance
  • Develop Academic success plans for students on Academic or Financial Aid probation
  • Monitor students on Academic success though regular meetings
  • Facilitate Study Skills ( T 105) for students on academic probation
  • Develop retention strategies for students
  • Assist with retention management though the registration process

Financial Aid Administrative Assistant

Location: Oakland City, Main Campus
Employment Status: Full time
Qualifications: B.S. in Business, preferred; High School Diploma, mandatory.  High degree of proficiency in office procedures, typing, and office equipment.  Professional tact, diplomacy, and presentation with administrators, staff, faculty, students, parents, and the community. Receptionist responsibilities.
General Description: Serves as Administrative Assistant / Receptionist to the Department Director, handles essential reports, memos, and other pertinent information as it relates to the department.
Essential Functions:

  • Maintains respect at all times for confidential information.
  • Performs required duties; answering the telephone, expediting questions and requests in a courteous, tactful, prompt, and correct manner; greeting visitors.
  • Creates, maintains, and distributes accurate memos as directed.
  • Effectively operates all office equipment.
  • Maintains general office filing system.  Prepares and maintains all student and departmental files
  • Maintains an appointment/meeting calendar and travel schedule for the Department Director.
  • Assists with the preparation of monthly reports.
  • Creates interoffice memos and other publications as assigned.
  • Sorts’ incoming mail, opens as directed and distributes to staff, daily.
  • Assists in maintaining general office filing system.
  • Assists with reports as requested.
  • Completes reports as required by state and federal agencies along with those from accrediting bodies.
  • Oversees selected projects that may be required depending on department.
  • Maintains and oversees the University Federal Work Study Program.
  • Maintains and oversees the Student Direct Loan Default Management program for the University.
  • Attends Federal and State workshops, seminars and web based training as assigned/approved.
  • Supports and completes other duties that may be assigned by the Director of Financial Aid.

Director of Student Activities

Location: Oakland City, Main Campus
Employment Status: Full time
Qualifications:

A bachelor degree required. 1-2 years of proven success in student affairs (student activities, housing or leadership development) is preferred.Must display potential for success within student development, campus and community relations, event management, student group advisement, and effective utilization of information technology. Must possess superior written/oral communication skills, ability to multi-task and meet deadlines in a fast-paced work environment, and display collaborative leadership. In addition, effective time management skills are necessary as well as a valid driver’s license and good driving record.

Due to the nature of this position, evening and weekend commitments will be required. A typical workday may be 2:00 – 8:00 p.m., Monday – Friday, and 2-3 Saturdays each month during the academic year.

General Description: The Director of Student Activities will be a member of the Student Life Team and reports directly to the Director of Student Life. S/he will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the various programs and services that fall under the banner of Student Activities and that are representative of the mission of Oakland City University.  The position will require seasoned judgment to provide direction and support in the form of advocacy for the advisement of clubs and organizations, Student Government Association, Campus Activities Board, and other student led programs. The position will also oversee the Fitness Center and Intramural program. The Director of Student Activities will utilize student development theory and strategies to impact student’s leadership and organizational development.
Essential Functions:

Program Development:
The Director of Student Activities, in collaboration with the Director of Student Life and other members of the Student Life Team, will design and implement a continuing curriculum of educational, training, and thematic programs, workshops and activities for the student body (main campus) at Oakland City University.  The director will also work independently to develop new programs to meet the needs of the students, both for developmental purposes as well as for retention purposes. S/he will also be responsible for the development and execution of learning goals, assessment tools, and year-end reports for all programs and services that fall under student activities.

Events Management and Support:
The Director of Student Activities will be responsible for the development and execution of events such as, but not limited to: New Student Orientation/Welcome Week, Family Weekend, Homecoming, Clubs & Involvement Fair, Spring Fling Week and weekend programs. In addition, they will oversee the Fitness Center and the Intramural Program.   S/he will coordinate with various student groups and departments to provide cohesive, well-planned campus-wide programming for both residential and commuter students.  S/he will be responsible for the development and execution of learning goals and assessment tools for these events.

Advising:
The Director of Student Activities will provide advising services for the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Campus Activities Board (CAB).  S/he will also work with various student and campus-wide committees to plan events and programs as they pertain to the mission of the Student Life Department and OCU. 

The director will work with the Director of Housing, the Director of Student Life, and other campus colleagues to plan, conduct training workshops for student organizations and identify areas for enhancement and improvement.  Review all policies and guidelines established for student groups, monitor budgets regularly, and review expense reports with the Director of Student Life.

Act as a liaison between various student groups, faculty, the Department of Student Life, and the larger OCU community.

Orientation Leader Selection, Training, and Development:
The Director of Student Activities will work closely with the Orientation Coordinator (Director of Student Life) to select and train the Orientation Leaders.  S/he will advise the Orientation Team Leaders in the development of the training curriculum and execution of the curriculum including the development and execution of an assessment of the training.  S/he will be responsible for the continued development of the entire Orientation Leader staff during New Student Orientation and Welcome Week activities at OCU.

Professional Development:
The Director of Student Activities will keep abreast of current literature and developments in related professional organizations and fields.  Attend, when able, pertinent conferences; and present information to staff for shared development.  Participate in department and campus committees, programs and other  projects as assigned.
 

Housekeeper
Location: Oakland City, IN
Status: Part-Time, 12 months, non-exempt
Qualifications: High school diploma; Valid Driver’s license.
Job Description: Performs housekeeping which relate to the University plant, University buildings, facilities, and grounds.
Essential Functions: Accepts the responsibility for the care, condition, and appearance of all buildings, facilities and grounds; recommends purchase of necessary parts for repairs to Director of Housekeeping; cleans buildings and facilities as needed and identified; conducts periodical inspections of buildings to determine areas of needed cleaning and reports them to the Director of Housekeeping; assists in the promotion of good safety practices and procedures; assists in the inventory procedures for supplies, materials, and equipment; assists in development and operation of housekeeping records; serves as source of information on areas involving buildings and grounds; completea paper work as required by the Director of Housekeeping and the University administration; keeps informed of new housekeeping techniques and operations; conducts other duties related to those assigned by the Director of Housekeeping or the Vice President for Administration and Finance.

 

Administrative Positions

There are no administrative positions open at this time.

 

Athletic Positions

Men's Soccer Coach

Oakland City University, a member of the NCAA Division II is seeking a qualified individual to lead our men’s soccer program.  Master’s Degree required.  Oakland City University has current teaching opportunities in the areas of criminal justice, business, and sports administration, which may be part of the contract in addition to coaching responsibilities. The head coach’s responsibilities will include, but not limited to, managing all aspects of an intercollegiate program, including practice and game planning and management, recruiting, fund-raising, budget management, travel, public relations, facility use, and compliance to the rules and regulations of NCAA and University rules, policies, and guidelines. 

Send cover letter, resume, and at least three references to: 

Julie Hensley, Human Resources
Oakland City University
138 Lucretia Street
Oakland City, Indiana 47660. 

For further position details contact:  Mike Sandifar, Director of Athletics, 812-749-1290.  Oakland City University is an equal opportunity employer.

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Oakland City University, a member of the NCAA Division II is seeking an assistant women’s basketball coach.  This is a part-time position.  A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required for consideration. Successful candidate will be involved in, but not limited to, managing all aspects of an intercollegiate program, including practice and game planning and management, recruiting, fund-raising, travel, facility use, and compliance to the rules and regulations of NCAA and University rules, policies, and guidelines, including successful completion of the coaches’ recruiting certification test. 

Send cover letter, resume, and at least three references to: 

Stephanie Kirby
Office of Human Resources
Oakland City University
138 Lucretia Street
Oakland City, Indiana 47660. 

For further position details contact:  Mike Sandifar, Director of Athletics, 812-749-1290.

Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach

Location: Main Campus, Oakland City, IN
Status: Duration of sport season and its preseason training; varies by sport
Qualifications:  B.S. minimum, M.S. or higher preferred.  Must have thorough working knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.  Prior coaching experience in area with participation in the field desired.
Job Description:  Provides critical guidance to athletes so that they may compete at the collegiate level.
Essential Functions: 

  • Must receive a passing score on the NCAA Coach’s Certification test. (Please note: off campus recruiting requires annual certification prior to any off campus recruiting activities.)
  • Must recruit a minimum number of student/athletes: Men’s Tennis – 8, and  Women’s Tennis – 8
  • Organize and conduct fund raising efforts to supplement budget.
  • Organize and conduct practices/workouts throughout the sport season in compliance with University and NCAA regulations.
  • Provide off-season workout guide for student/athletes.  To include pre-season conditioning when applicable.
  • Prepare and coach student/athletes for intercollegiate events as well as post-season competition in compliance with NCAA regulations.
  • Prepare and submit to the Athletic Director an annual budget for sport/team.
  • Prepare and submit to the Athletic Administrative Assistant monthly budget reports that reconcile with the detail ledger report for sport/team.
  • Prepare and submit travel expense request for away contests and other sport/team expenses in a timely manner.
  • Travel with team to away games.
  • Seasonal maintenance of sporting fields as applicable
  • Hire or have officials/umpires hired for home games when applicable.

Assistant Women's Volleyball Coach
Location: Oakland City, IN
Status: Part Time
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree minimum, Master degree preferred.  A proven record of integrity and high principles with demonstrated skills in developing and motivating student/athletes academically and athletically.  Must be knowledgeable of NCAA and Oakland City University policies, rules, and guidelines and be committed to upholding those policies, rules and guidelines.   Good organizational skills and excellent written and oral communication skills required.
Job Description: Assist head coach in all aspects of coaching of respective sport.
Essential Functions: Attend games/matches as assigned by the head coach; Travel with team to away contest; Assist in scouting and recruiting of athletics for respective sport; Assist with on-field practices; Assist with off-season conditioning and workouts.

Assistant Women's Softball Coach
Location: Oakland City, IN
Status: Part Time
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree minimum, Master degree preferred.  A proven record of integrity and high principles with demonstrated skills in developing and motivating student/athletes academically and athletically.  Must be knowledgeable of NCAA and Oakland City University policies, rules, and guidelines and be committed to upholding those policies, rules and guidelines.   Good organizational skills and excellent written and oral communication skills required.
Job Description: Assist head coach in all aspects of coaching of respective sport.
Essential Functions: Attend games/matches as assigned by the head coach; Travel with team to away contest; Assist in scouting and recruiting of athletics for respective sport; Assist with on-field practices; Assist with off-season conditioning and workouts.

 

Correctional Education Positions

HSE Teacher

Location: Madison Adult Correctional Facility
Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree minimum; Masters Degree preferred; Area of specialized training or experience; Demonstrates a sincere desire to aid all students; Must have a valid Indiana teaching license.
Description: Prepare students to pass the high school equivalence exam Help students to learn subject matter which will lead toward fulfillment of their potential intellectual, emotional, and psychological growth.  Directs, assesses, and evaluates the learning experiences of the students along with the assessing the effectiveness of academic area/s in which he/she is employed to teach.
Essential Functions: 

  • Maintain records as required by the Department of Corrections, the Correctional Facility and University; maintains professional ethics.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative professional relationships.
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students, peers, and community leaders.
  • Prepare and provide quality instruction.
  • Begin and end classes on time according to DOC, Correctional Facility and OCU schedules.
  • Present clear, complete, and accurate explanations so that students understand what is expected.
  • Approach subject matter in a positive and enthusiastic manner.
  • Receive learners’ questions comfortably and answers them clearly and completely. 
  • Provide consistent, un-biased feedback on student work in a timely fashion.
  • Make provisions, if known, for students with identified exceptionalities.
  • Present content relevant to the objectives of the course as found in the syllabi.
  • Ask relevant questions throughout the lesson to check for understanding.
  • Encourage active student participation.
  • Fairly assess student progress as outlined in the syllabi. 
  • Provide for the care and protection of University property.
  • Select texts, supplementary materials and equipment necessary for the delivery of course content.
  • Attends meetings as required.

English Teacher

Location: Madison Juvenile Correctional Facility
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree minimum; Master’s Degree preferred; Possess current Indiana Teacher’s license.  Area of specializing in English; Demonstrates a sincere desire to aid all students; Special Education Licensure preferred but the successful candidate must obtain licensure with three years.
Description: Help students to learn subject matter which will lead toward fulfillment of their potential intellectual, emotional, and psychological growth.  Directs, assesses, and evaluates the learning experiences of the students along with the assessing the effectiveness of academic area/s in which he/she is employed to teach.
Essential Functions: 

  • Maintain a safe and secure environment within IDOC policies and procedures
  • Maintain records as required by the University and the IDOC; maintains professional ethics.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative professional relationships.
  • Provide evidence of professional growth.
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the students to promote their welfare and their proper educational development.
  • Administer the classroom and its program of organization and management.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students, peers, and community leaders.
  • Develop and implement syllabi that are clear and understandable.
  • Prepare and provide quality instruction.
  • Provide projects, papers, etc. that are relevant to the course and to student learning.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of content area along with on-going personal study and research.
  • Begin and end classes on time according to OCU and facility rules.
  • Present clear, complete, and accurate explanations so that students understand what is expected.
  • Approach subject matter in positive and enthusiastic manner.
  • Receive learners’ questions comfortably and answer them clearly and completely.
  • Provide consistent, unbiased feedback on student work in a timely fashion.
  • Cooperate with students involved with other Doc functions by providing assistance when they miss class.
  • Make provisions, if known, for students with identified exceptionalities.
  • Present content relevant of objective of the course as found in the syllabus.
  • Ask relevant questions throughout the lesson to check for understanding.
  • Ask questions of varying difficulty.
  • Encourage active student participation.
  • Fairly assess student progress as outlined in the syllabus.
  • Provide for the care and protection of University property.
  • Select texts, supplementary materials, and equipment necessary for the delivery of the content that are on the IDOE approved listings.
  • Accepts a share of responsibility for committee assignments.
  • Attend meetings.

Vocational Teacher - Culinary Arts

Location: Putnamville Correctional Facility
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree minimum; Masters Degree preferred; Area of specialized training or experience; Demonstrates a sincere desire to aid all students; Must have a valid workplace specialist license.
Description: Help students to learn subject matter which will lead toward fulfillment of their potential intellectual, emotional, and psychological growth.  Directs, assesses, and evaluates the learning experiences of the students along with the assessing the effectiveness of academic area/s in which he/she is employed to teach.
Essential Functions: Maintain records as required by the Department of Corrections, the Correctional Facility and University; maintains professional ethics. Establish and maintain cooperative professional relationships. Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development. Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students, peers, and community leaders. Prepare and provide quality instruction. Begin and end classes on time according to DOC, Correctional Facility and OCU schedules. Present clear, complete, and accurate explanations so that students understand what is expected. Approach subject matter in a positive and enthusiastic manner. Receive learners’ questions comfortably and answers them clearly and completely. Provide consistent, un-biased feedback on student work in a timely fashion. Make provisions, if known, for students with identified exceptionalities. Present content relevant to the objectives of the course as found in the syllabi. Ask relevant questions throughout the lesson to check for understanding. Encourage active student participation. Fairly assess student progress as outlined in the syllabi. Provide for the care and protection of University property. Select texts, supplementary materials and equipment necessary for the delivery of course content. Attends meetings as required.

Substitute Teacher
Location: Madison Juvenile Correctional Facility - Madison, IN
Status: Part Time
Qualifications: Substitue Teacher's License required; BS preferred; Demonstrates a sincere desire to aid all students.
General Description: Help students to learn subject matter which will lead toward fulfillment of their potential intellectual, emotional, and psychological growth. Directs, assesses, and evaluates the learning experiences of the students along with the assessing the effectiveness of academic area/s in which he/she is employed to teach.
Essential Functions: Maintain a safe and secure environment within IDOC policies and procedures; Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development; Administer the classroom and its program of organization and management; Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students; Prepare and provide quality instruction; Provide projects, papers, etc. that are relevant to the course and to student learning; Demonstrate knowledge of content area along with on-going personal study and research; Begin and end classes on time according to OCU and facility rules; Present clear, complete, and accurate explanations so that students understand what is expected; Approach subject matter in a positive and enthusiastic manner; Receive learners’ questions comfortably and answers them clearly and completely; Provide consistent, un-biased feedback on student work in a timely fashion; Make provisions, if known, for students with identified exceptionalities; Ask relevant questions throughout the lesson to check for understanding; Ask questions of varying difficulty; Encourage active student participation; Provide for the care and protection of University property.

 

Student Positions

No positions available at this time.

 

Oakland City University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any applicant or employee because of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or military or veteran status in accordance with federal law. In addition, Oakland City University complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every jurisdiction in which it maintains facilities.  Oakland City University also provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with applicable laws.

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