DELCO Careers: Pennsylvania Institute of Technology

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The Pennsylvania Institute of Technology in Media, founded in 1953, is a two-year accredited, private non-profit college offering an education for those looking for career development and advancement, college transfer opportunities, and personal growth.

The following positions are available at the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology. (P.I.T).

Director of Development

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of Pennsylvania Institute of Technology’s fundraising,

The Director reports to the President, working closely with the President, Marketing Manager and the Board of Trustees in all development and fundraising endeavors.

Supervisory Responsibilities include creating an Office of Development from the ground-up with limited resources; meet prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis; establish a major gifts program; oversee and participate in the grant application process;  build the planned giving program; direct the annual fund program; direct capital campaigns and other major fundraising drives; coordinate fundraising special events; direct employee fundraising and scholarship drives; make public appearances; coordinate and co-lead Board Development Committee meetings; establish and oversee fundraising database and tracking systems; oversee creation of publications to support fundraising activities.

The candidate must have strong interpersonal and writing skills; knowledge and experience in fundraising techniques, outreach, alumni relations, and public relations; build external relationships out of the office; initiate donor visits and fundraising calls.

Qualifications include a minimum of a bachelor’s degree; master’s preferred; 3 years’ minimum experience in professional fundraising, alumni relations, community organization, and/or grant writing; higher education or non-profit experience highly desired.

Learn more about the Director of Development position here.

Compliance Coordinator

The Pennsylvania Institute of Technology’s Practical Nursing program is seeking an individual for the position of Compliance Coordinator.  This is a highly visible position in which the individual serves as the public face of the school to internal and external stakeholders and works under the direction of the Director of Nursing.

Responsibilities include maintaining State Board of Nursing Compliance for the practical nursing program; collection, processing and analytics for student admissions; progression, graduation, and accreditation reports; provide administrative support to meet accreditation and state regulatory requirements; support student and faculty survey data collection efforts; maintain faculty files for compliance of required documentation; serve as a resource for staff and students; communicate professionally and timely with nursing faculty, staff and students regarding the practical nursing program.

The position requires an ability to work independently using excellent verbal, written and communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills; must be well-versed with computers and computer software such as Microsoft Office Suite; organizational, problem solving, planning and decision-making skills, ability to work in a moderately stressful environment; ability to adapt to changes in workload; ability to understand healthcare clearances such as immunization records, physical exam forms, healthcare records, etc.

A Bachelor’s degree is preferred with 3-5 years of administrative experience; working in Higher Ed is highly preferred; healthcare experience is highly preferred.

Learn more about the Compliance Coordinator position.

 Adjunct Medical Assistant Instructor

The Adjunct Medical Assistant Instructor will teach Medical Assisting courses virtually and, eventually, on campus in a learning-centered environment with small class sizes, providing individual attention to students. 

The Adjunct will be instructing 3-9 hours per work.

Essential functions include demonstrating a deep subject knowledge; be committed to professional development; maintain faculty credentials as required by the colleges accrediting agencies; develop instructional materials; plan and organize instruction to enhance student learning; create appropriate assignments to encourage student learning; use available instructional technology; provide students constructive, encouraging, and corrective feedback; evaluate student learning by creating and applying course competencies and accurately evaluating student progress; be accessible to students through e-mail, cellular technology, or scheduled office hours including arranging additional time for appointments;. maintain accurate records of student’s academic standing; promptly provide final grades, attendance, and other information as required by administration; respect the confidentiality of student information; evaluate students based solely on their academic performance and respond promptly to student grade questions and/or appeals.

The candidate must have a passion for teaching; strong oral and written communication skills; professional demeanor to be a valuable mentor to our students; a Bachelors degree in health or related field; two (2) years of experience working in a medical assisting position or related field; current or previous teaching experience preferred; Certification in Medical Assisting is recommended; demonstrated excellence in medical terminology and medical assisting skills; proficient with Office 365, Zoom, and Canvas.

Learn more about the Adjunct Medical Assistance Instructor position here.

Find out more about the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology.

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