Are you interested in employment opportunities at Ozarks? If so, we encourage you to review the list of open and anticipated positions shown here.
University of the Ozarks seeks a Counselor for the Student
Support Services Program, a Title IV (TRIO) program funded through the U.S. Department of Education
and serving college students who are U.S. citizens (or permanent residents) and who are low-income
individuals, first-generation college students, and/or individuals with disabilities.
University of the Ozarks, an institution that blends the liberal arts and professional preparation, seeks applications for the next
Director of Institutional Research at the University to begin work at the University no later than September 30, 2014.
Reporting to the Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, this Assistant Director of Financial Aid position will support the financial aid department with strategy and leadership as a decision maker in the enrollment division. This person will also be responsible for day to day decisions with all facets of financial aid to include, but not limited to, awarding and counseling, student packaging, compliance, verification, grants, loans, and scholarships.
This individual is responsible for the recruitment, retention and student-athlete success for men and women in our competitive intercollegiate shooting program. Incumbent to these goals is developing a culture of success and integrity that starts with the vision and mentorship of the coach, positively impacting campus and student outcomes through intercollegiate competition. This person will also play a vital role in the growth of an already stable program and a brand new program in archery partnering with the Director of Outdoor & Environmental Experiences to broaden Ozarks Outdoors programming.
The position will report to the Head Coach. The Assistant Coach will be involved with all aspects of an NCAA
Division III program. Salary is $5,000 plus room and board or $8,500 with no room and board.
Reporting to the Director of the Jones Learning Center (JLC), which serves students with learning disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD), and autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the Writing Specialist provides group and individual support services to students. This is a nine-month, full-time, professional staff position.