Thomas University an independent, not-for-profit, institution of higher education with undergraduate and graduate programs in Thomasville, Georgia seeks applicants for a full-time Coordinator of Internships & Partnerships, beginning June 1, 2022. This position is responsible for coordinating early field and clinical experiences for Division of Education students and works in collaboration with the Division Chair and the Coordinator of B.S. and M.A.T. Initial Teaching Programs to develop mutually beneficial partnerships with PK-12 schools and community agencies.
To apply, please complete the Thomas University application at www.thomasu.edu/employment; send an email with the subject noting “Education Coordinator of Internships and Partnerships Interest” including a letter of intent, curriculum vita, teaching philosophy, three current references, and unofficial transcripts to Chris Lyons, Director of Human Resources: email@example.com. All electronic submissions should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Thomas University is located 35 miles north of Tallahassee in Thomasville, GA.
Computer and Information Systems managers plan, coordinate and direct computer-related activities in an organization. They help to determine the technology and are responsible for implementing computer systems to achieve organizational goals.
TU’s program is designed to produce well-rounded, technically knowledgeable individuals who are capable of moving in to multiple areas of Computer Science, Management Information Systems and project management. Students will learn to:
Open Electives 30 Credits
Total Credit Hours 120 Credits
CIP Code: 11.0101
Demand for computer and informaiton systems managers will grow as firms increasingly expand their operations to digital platforms. Employment growth through 2029 is expected to be 10% or higher. Demand will continue to expand as the need for cyber security, cloud computing and networking increases. For more information on career opportunities please visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Students with no prior college, please provide an official high school transcript or GED. Students with prior college credit must submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges.
1501 Millpond Road
Thomasville, GA 31792
Thomas University an independent, not-for-profit, institution of higher education with undergraduate and graduate programs in Thomasville, Georgia seeks applicants for the position of LMS Administrator. The LMS Administrator oversees the development, maintenance, and deployment of all courses through the University LMS, and leads instructional design efforts at the University.
To apply for opportunities, please complete the Thomas University application at www.thomasu.edu/employment; send an email with the subject noting “LMS Administrator” including curriculum vita and three current references, to Chris Lyons, Director of Human Resources: firstname.lastname@example.org. All electronic submissions should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Thomas University is committed to diversity.
Thomas University is located in Thomasville, Georgia, approximately 35 miles north of Tallahassee, Florida.
Reports to the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management. Responsible for effective leadership, supervision and processing of new students and administrative functions to meet organizational goals.
Skills and Experience
Interested individuals should send a resume and cover letter to: Stephen Ferguson, email@example.com
The Night Hawk Review is Thomas University’s annual literary arts journal. It features original poetry, short fiction, essays and literary nonfiction by students, faculty and staff. The journal also includes contributions of photography and visual art. The Night Hawk Review is published each spring semester, and a release party is scheduled for the end of the academic year. This event features readings by contributors to the journal, as well as a guest poet. Submissions of both creative writing and artwork are reviewed on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Students are also involved in the editing and layout of the journal. If you are interested in contributing to the Night Hawk Review, please contact Dr. Sandra Simonds for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The RSA Grant Project Assistant is responsible for confidential documentation management and working closely with the Project Director, federal contacts, RSA Scholars, and TU staff involved in the grant functions.
RSA Scholar recruitment
RSA Scholar onboarding
Knowledge, skills, abilities
The VA Work Study will provide assistance to the Thomas University Veterans Services and Career Transition Center. Candidates must have thorough communication and listening skills, work ethic, and genuine desire to assist stakeholders with acquiring the services and support offered through the center. Other desired skills include good organizational skills, computer skills, detail oriented, data entry, and a strong customer-service focus.
Thomas University, Georgia, U.S.A. is seeking to hire nursing faculty members to teach Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) courses in our BSN cooperation programs in China in Spring 2018 (March to June 2018) and Summer 2018 (May to June 2018). Thomas University is granted approval by the U.S. and Chinese governments and its accrediting commissions to deliver the RN-BSN cooperation programs at its partner universities campuses in China.
Professional Nursing Praxis
Teaching Locations in China:
Courses will be taught at:
This position reports directly to the Housing Manager. He/she oversees the daily operations of the Resident Assistants (RAs) as it relates to university housing and its operations. This position is a ten-month appointment. The director must have the ability to work efficiently with the RAs and provide them guidance when needed. This position requires 24/7 vigilance. This is a live-in position, which requires the RD to live in one of the university dorms
• Trains, supports, and supervises all Resident Assistants in the university residence hall
• Ensures that university policies and housing procedures are consistently enforce
• Ensures compliance with local, State, and Federal regulations and laws
• Monitors the conditions of the housing facilities, ensuring security, working facilities, and adequate amenities and reports issues to the Housing Manager
• Communicates student concerns to the housing manager
• Handles crisis/conduct issues in accordance with university policy
• Responds immediately to emergencies beyond the scope and ability of the RAs
• Responsible for damage assessment
• Performs special projects or duties as assigned
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Experience with student life in higher education
• Demonstrate organizational, administrative, and interpersonal skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills technology proficiency