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Employment Opportunities at Sherman College


Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for faculty members to assist with instruction in the clinical sciences and support Case Doctors in the clinic. Positions will be part time with the possibility of full time available for most positions.

  • Applicants must hold a Doctor of Chiropractic degree
  • A current license (SC for clinic support role)
  • At least three years full-time practice and/or teaching experience
  • A strong desire to share the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic with future doctors of chiropractic
  • Strong organizational  skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Please send current CV and letter of interest to Mandy Smith, Director of Human Resources, at msmith@sherman.edu.


Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for the position of Assistant Director of Financial Aid. The following job description lists the responsibilities and requirements of the position. Qualified applicants should submit their resumes and salary requirements in confidence to Mandy Smith, Director of HR, msmith@sherman.edu.

Position Title: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID
Department: Financial Aid
Reports To: Director of Financial Aid
Classification/
FLSA Status: Level II (Exempt Administrative)

Primary Function: The Assistant Director of Financial Aid provides administrative support to the Director of Financial Aid, relieves the Director of Financial Aid of routine administrative and managing duties, and performs duties governed generally by broad instructions, objectives and policies involving frequently changing conditions and problems.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. To work with the director of financial aid regarding the daily operations of the office
  2. To provide excellent customer service to current, former and prospective students
  3. To assist the Director of Financial Aid in preparing and disseminating accurate information to all current and prospective students relative to types of financial aid available, direct and indirect educational costs and financial aid application procedures.
  4. To assist Director of Financial Aid to ensure students complete all required counseling (entrance, exit) as mandated by the Dept. of Education.
  5. To provide accurate and timely information (deadlines, scholarship offerings, workstudy opportunities, etc.) and assistance to students, faculty and various departments within the college
  6. To create and maintain a financial aid status file for each incoming class
  7. To be aware of, and assure compliance with all current regulations and changes to all Title IV programs
  8. To be proactive in assisting prospective students complete their financial aid files
  9. To work closely with the Admission, Registrar’s and Business and Finance offices to ensure accurate, timely reporting and sharing of information
  10. To receive incoming calls for the financial aid office
  11. To update financial holds
  12. To provide administrative support (filing, copying, etc.) to Director of Financial Aid
  13. To calculate and issue reports on workstudy timesheets
  14. Lend enthusiastic support to college policies and to fellow co-workers, particularly in the presence of students and support personnel.
  15. Participate in the annual Lyceum program
  16. To perform other related duties as may be assigned by the director of financial aid and/or the vice president for business and finance
  17. Commitment to the mission of Sherman College and support of The Sherman Chiropractor in any way correlated to the position.

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  1. Associates degree in Business or Accounting
  2. CAMS experience preferred
  3. Excel, data entry and word processing skills
  4. Ability to manage confidential materials in an appropriate manner
  5. Ability to work well with students, faculty and staff
  6. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  7. The ability to organize and manage multiple priorities
  8. General office equipment
  9. Computer skills

Physical demands and work environment:

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to walk, stand/sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus.

Mental Stresses: Multi-task demands. Difficult people/student demands.

Work environment: While performing the duties of this job the employee works in a controlled work environment and the noise level in the work environment is usually minimal.

General sign-off: The employee is expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies.


Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for the position of Bilingual Admission Counselor.  The following job description lists the responsibilities and requirements of the position.  Qualified applicants should submit their resumes and salary requirements in confidence to Mandy Smith, Director of HR at msmith@sherman.edu.

Position Title:              BILINGUAL ADMISSION COUNSELOR
Department:                 Enrollment Services
Reports To:                  Senior Director of Enrollment Services
Classification/
FLSA Status:                Level II (Exempt Administrative)

Primary Function:        The admission counselor – bilingual, under the supervision of the Senior Director of Enrollment Services (SDES), is the primary point of contact for Spanish and English speaking prospective students, providing information and advisement to facilitate matriculation. The bilingual admission counselor has primary responsibility for managing the prospective student database.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. To foster relationships with prospective students (including, but not limited to, Spanish-speaking students), and to serve as a primary resource for those students as they progress through the admission process
  2. To maintain regular contact with prospective students by phone, email and mail to answer questions and facilitate their matriculation
  3. To maintain admission applicant records, documenting all contacts with applicants in their files
  4. To have a thorough knowledge of the prospective student database and create dashboard reports for enrollment services measures
  5. To maintain up-to-date knowledge of pre-chiropractic educational requirements and knowledge of existing admission standards
  6. To evaluate college transcripts, identifying appropriate courses for the satisfaction of prerequisite requirements
  7. To conduct pre-admission meetings with prospective students and provide admission counseling
  8. To communicate knowledge of the campus and campus life to prospective students during admission process
  9. To meet established benchmarks for admission counseling activities and report progress to the senior director of enrollment services
  10. To foster relationships between prospective students and key representatives from the college (i.e. current students, faculty and alumni)
  11. To participate in all on-campus admission events, including planning stages
  12. To be a resource to the Public Relations/Marketing Department for the development of materials in Spanish
  13. To occasionally represent the college at local community events, high school and college fairs
  14. To participate in professional development opportunities as needed and permitted by budget
  15. To manage time effectively, focus daily work on key strategic initiatives and assist others in the department as needed
  16. To participate in annual strategic planning process
  17. To lend enthusiastic support to college policies and to fellow co-workers, particularly in the presence of students
  18. To participate in the annual Lyceum program
  19. To fulfill other duties as assigned by the senior director of enrollment services
  20. To demonstrate commitment to the mission of Sherman College at all times

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  1. Bachelor’s degree, in related field, required
  2. Ability to write, read, and speak English and Spanish fluently
  3. Excellent organization, interpersonal and communication skills
  4. Computer skills

Non-Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  1. Previous experience in admission preferred
  2. Experience working with alumni and volunteers helpful
  3. Chiropractic knowledge helpful

Physical demands and work environment:
Physical demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to walk, stand, sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear.  Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Employee may also be required to carry, lift and/or pull 25 lb. maximum.
Mental stress:  Fast-paced office environment with numerous and simultaneous demands and deadlines
Work environmentWhile performing the duties of this job the employee works in a controlled work environment and the noise level in the work environment is usually minimal.
General sign-off:  The employee is expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies


Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for the position of Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs.  The following job description lists the responsibilities and requirements of the position.  Qualified applicants should submit their resumes and salary requirements in confidence to Mandy Smith, Director of HR, at msmith@sherman.edu.

Position Title:         Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs
Department:            Academic Affairs
Reports To:               Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost
Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Classification/
FLSA Status:             Level III (Part-time/Non-Exempt)

Primary Function:     The administrative assistant in the office of academic affairs facilitates the smooth operation of the educational program and the college and performs administrative support duties involving frequently changing conditions and problems.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. To assist the vice president and associate vice president for academic affairs with regard to activities of the office, committee responsibilities, and deadlines
  2. To provide general administrative support to the academic deans, as directed
  3. To communicate specific information from the vice president and associate vice president for academic affairs with persons on- and off-campus
  4. To budget, inventory and maintain office supplies for the Office of Academic Affairs
  5. To schedule, prepare agendas and record, type and distribute the minutes of any appropriate committee meetings, as directed
  6. To take attendance, record, type and distribute minutes of Faculty Senate meetings and communicate with faculty with regard to meetings and deadlines and maintain the Faculty Senate Blackboard site
  7. To ensure timely facilitation of quarterly academic procedures
  8. To maintain a working knowledge of all academic policies and maintain an up-to-date library of all existing academic policies and proposed revisions to policies, both in the office of academic affairs and on the college Intranet
  9. To oversee the training, scheduling and attendance of work study students assigned to the office of academic affairs
  10. To maintain and ensure that all faculty personnel files and contracts are complete and current and assure that all newly hired faculty members complete a personnel information sheet and receive a copy of the Faculty Handbook
  11. To maintain an orderly filing system for the academic office: maintain faculty attendance reports; to facilitate and manage submission of updated course syllabi prior to onset of each course; maintain current copies (electronic and paper) of quarterly syllabi for all classes; to assist faculty as needed with technology and to acquire and maintain copies of all midterm and final examinations
  12. To lend enthusiastic support to college policies and to fellow co-workers and to participate in the annual Lyceum program
  13. To assume such other duties as assigned by the vice president or associate vice president for academic affairs
  14. Commitment to the mission of the college.

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  1. Three or more years related work experience; experience in higher education preferred
  2. Bachelor’s degree in Communications, English or similar preferred
  3. Excellent writing and proofreading skills
  4. Strong organizational skills
  5. Ability to prioritize and coordinate intra- and interdepartmental projects effectively and autonomously
  6. Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in interpreting and applying departmental policies and procedures
  7. Ability to follow instructions as well as to take initiative
  8. A desire to work in a service- and team-oriented environment
  9. Ability to compose and prepare accurate reports, records and correspondence
  10. Ability to communicate professionally, both orally and in writing
  11. Ability to perform critical, deadline-driven tasks while maintaining a spirit of collegiality and enthusiasm
  12. A commitment to and an understanding of the importance of confidentiality
  13. Computer:  MS Office, with a high degree of skill with Word and Excel

Physical demands and work environment:

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to walk, stand/sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear.  Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Occasional crouching and kneeling may be required and carrying with weight limit of 25 lbs.  Strains/stresses may be related to computer use.
Work environment:  While performing the duties of this job the employee works in a controlled work environment and the noise level in the work environment is usually minimal.
General sign-off:  The employee is expected to adhere to all college policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies.


Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for the position of Director of Teaching and Learning.  The following job description lists the responsibilities and requirements of the position.  Qualified applicants should submit their resumes and salary requirements in confidence to Mandy Smith, HR Director at msmith@sherman.edu.

Position Title:              Director of Teaching and Learning
Reports To:                  Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost
Classification/
FLSA Status:                Level II (Exempt Administrative)

Primary Function:     The director will be responsible for overseeing and directing all functions of the Office of Teaching and Learning, including instructional design; instructional technology use; faculty development; collaborative, blended and e-learning; and curricular research and development.

Key Responsibilities:

A.

  1. Develops and articulates a mission, vision, and strategic plan for the Office of Teaching and Learning in consultation with the Office of Academic Affairs
  2. Establishes and monitors goals for the office:
    1. for integration of instructional technology and communication multimedia within courses and research to achieve pedagogical goals;
    2. for faculty development programs and initiatives to enhance teaching and learning and to nurture faculty at all stages of the career cycle;
    3. to encourage, foster, and support faculty in curricular development and SoTL (Scholarship of Teaching and Learning) research.
  3. Collaborates with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness to establish and implement a mechanism of teaching and learning program and resource assessment and reporting to provide a means of measurement and continuous quality improvement
  4. Consults with academic departments and individual faculty to understand academic needs in curriculum, teaching, technology and engaged learning, and facilitates effective response through resources, planning and expertise
  5. Meets with the Offices of Academic Affairs, Information Services, and Learning Resources on a regular basis to ensure coordination of resources and clarification of roles in supporting use of instructional technology and media in the academic programs
  6. Assists in the ADDIE (analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation) process of learning materials to ensure that they are functional, intuitive, informative and consistent with sound instructional design principles
  7. Plans faculty development events in collaboration with the Office of Academic Affairs
  8. Plans, develops and teaches faculty development workshops and other activities in areas of pedagogy, instructional design and in the use of specific instructional technology tools
  9. Assists in the development of the instructional budget as it relates to teaching and learning
  10. Identifies and develops outside funding opportunities related to teaching and learning and instructional technology in conjunction with the Business Office and the Office of Academic Affairs

B. Miscellaneous

  1. To assume such other duties as may be assigned by the vice president for academic affairs/provost
  2. To lend enthusiastic support to college policies and to fellow co-workers
  3. To participate in the annual Lyceum program
  4. To demonstrate commitment to the mission of Sherman College

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  1. Master’s degree in education or related field; three years of experience designing instructional materials in higher education; demonstrated knowledge of and experience with educational technologies
  2. Knowledge and understanding of current issues, research, innovations, and scholarship in teaching and learning
  3. Knowledge of the use of current technologies in creative teaching and learning
  4. Extensive experience with instructional development technology tools
  5. Extensive experience with Apple products (hardware and software)
  6. Knowledge of and expertise in theories and methods of classroom assessment and evaluation
  7. Excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of users and support staff
  8. Attention to detail
  9. Excellent organization skills
  10. Ability to interpret faculty needs and produce instructional materials
  11. Ability to think creatively and to demonstrate creative problem solving

Physical demands and work environment:

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to walk, stand/sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear.  Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus.

Mental Stresses: Multi-task demands

Work environment: While performing the duties of this job the employee works in a controlled work environment and the noise level in the work environment is usually minimal.

General sign-off: The employee is expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies.


Close supervision of interns by doctors of chiropractic

Close supervision of interns by doctors of chiropractic

Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for the position of Dean of Clinical Sciences.  The following job description lists the responsibilities and requirements of the position.  Qualified applicants should submit their resumes and salary requirements in confidence to Mandy Smith msmith@sherman.edu.

Position Title:              DEAN OF CLINICAL SCIENCES
Department:               Academic Affairs
Reports To:                  Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost
Classification/
FLSA Status:                Level II (Exempt Administrative)

Primary Function:     The dean of clinical sciences assists the associate vice president for academic affairs and the vice president for academic affairs/provost in maintaining and enhancing the academic program and faculty to ensure continuity in student learning and application of knowledge throughout the curriculum.

Key Responsibilities:

Program Administration

  1. To serve on the following committees:  Academic Affairs, Curriculum Review , Faculty Hiring, Faculty Affairs, Library Advisory, Institutional Effectiveness, Research and Accommodations Review
  2. To plan, establish, review, and evaluate instructional goals and objectives of the program and submit to the vice president for academic affairs/provost, director of institutional effectiveness semi-annual assessment reports on the activities of the program
  3. To assure programmatic compliance with college policies and procedures
  4. To oversee the clinical science department chairs
  5. To work with the academic administrative team to develop and implement clinical education and patient care policies and procedures in order to meet established accreditation standards and desired outcomes
  6. To maintain records appropriate to the program
  7. To establish and coordinate appropriate curricular activities, committees, programs, and course offerings
  8. To review and evaluate courses and curricula to determine their institutional and administrative viability
  9. To recommend new courses and programs to Academic Affairs
  10. To schedule and conduct meetings for full- and part-time faculty members to facilitate appropriate student learning and course interaction and communication
  11. To collaborate with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness in the development, implementation and assessment of program-level student learning outcomes , including related data analysis and necessary improvements identified as a result
  12. To work with the administrative team to coordinate the academic program and the faculty to improve the quality of instruction at the college and make recommendations for improvement to the appropriate administrator or committee
  13. To participate in the recruitment, orientation, and supervision of full time and part time faculty
  14. To organize and schedule, in consultation with the administrative team, the evaluation of instruction throughout the curriculum
  15. To facilitate an annual administrative evaluation of each faculty member
  16. To encourage and assist faculty members to develop professionally through formal academic course/curricula work, conferences, seminars, short courses, mentoring, professional meetings, and college and community activities
  17. To monitor faculty member compliance with college policies and procedures
  18. To submit to the vice president for academic affairs/provost recommendations concerning personnel matters (promotions, salary increases, disciplinary actions, etc.) affecting faculty members
  19. To prepare and administer, in consultation with the academic administrative team, the academic annual operating budget to ensure timely request and receipt of materials for effective operation
Dr. Ron Castellucci in palpation class

Dr. Ron Castellucci in palpation class

Miscellaneous

  1. To assume such other duties as assigned by the vice president for academic affairs/provost
  2. Lend enthusiastic support to college policies and to fellow co-workers
  3. Participate in the annual Lyceum program
  4. Commitment to the mission of Sherman College in any way correlated to the position.

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  1. Doctor of Chiropractic degree
  2. A strong desire to share the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic with future doctors of chiropractic
  3. A commitment to educational excellence
  4. Educational program administration and/or teaching experience
  5. Must be goal-oriented and well-organized
  6. Excellent written and oral communication skills
  7. Leadership: a demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others
  8. Computer:  Apple iPad and MacBook, iPad applications; MS Office and effective use of classroom technology

Physical demands and work environment:

  • Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to walk, stand/sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear.  Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Additional stresses may occur from regular use of the computer.
  • Work environment:  While performing the duties of this job the employee works in a controlled work environment and the noise level in the work environment is usually minimal.
  • General sign-off:  The employee is expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies.
Chropractic Mentor Dr. Wu

Dr. Wu and Student in Anatomy La


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