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PREVENTION SPECIALIST AND VICTIM ADVOCATE, Dean for Student Life-Violence Prevention and Response (VPR) Program, to address interpersonal violence and sexual health on campus.  Will develop an infrastructure for planning and directing educational programming in the areas of sexual assault prevention, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and sexual health, with a focus on the graduate community; support survivors of gender-based violence as a victim advocate; provide survivors with support and advocacy in navigating MIT’s medical, legal, judicial, academic, and other support systems and function as liaison between survivors and these offices; coordinate campus and community resources to support survivors; develop and maintain relationships with appropriate individuals and offices across campus; assess need and develop long- and short-range program goals; handle program development, maintenance, marketing, and evaluation; conduct training and develop educational materials; and help support VPR’s 24-hour hotline on a rotating basis.

REQUIRED: at least two years’ related experience, preferably with professional experience in the areas of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual health; knowledge of and sensitivity to diverse communities; proven record of implementing evidence-informed primary prevention and prevention programming related to sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking; knowledge of the risk and protective factors that contribute to interpersonal violence; ability to work effectively with diverse stakeholders and build and maintain effective, trusting relationships over time; excellent writing and communication skills; superior facilitation, training, and public speaking skills; ability to use listening skills and communication to involve others; high level organizational and administrative skills; and a strong desire to make a difference in a diverse, multicultural, unique, and supportive campus setting. Master’s degree in appropriate field preferred. Job #13615-N

Must be able to work evenings and weekends as needed and be a part of the on-call hotline rotation. 

MIT will conduct a background check (including checking criminal and sexual offender records) for finalists.


HEAD COACH, WOMEN’S LACROSSE, Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER) (part-time, 50%), to manage all facets of the women’s lacrosse program.  This will include administration, budget management, and fund-raising; recruiting; scheduling competitions, team travel, weekly practice sessions; counseling students; and compliance with NCAA and conference rules and regulations.
REQUIRED:  at least one year of coaching experience, preferably at the college/university/club/high school level; a bachelor's degree (master’s preferred); and administrative, interpersonal/communication, and computer skills. Proven experience recruiting to a highly selective institution desirable. Appropriate certifications in first aid, CPR, AED, and biohazards will be required within sixty days of hire. Job #13714
Schedule to be determined.
Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check.


RESIDENTIAL LIFE AREA DIRECTOR, Residential Life Programs, to assume a live-in position responsible for furthering the mission of MIT, the Division of Student Life, and the Department of Residential Education.  The MIT residential system has a long history of partnership among faculty, staff, and students to create a vibrant atmosphere for living and learning. Each house is led by a live-in house team that is comprised of a head of house, an area director, and graduate resident tutors (GRTs). Students play a significant role in building community in the residences through strong house governments and a variety of student-led activities and programs. The result is a distinct residential culture that supports independent and diverse house communities. Will assume broad responsibility for the wellbeing of the residents, working collaboratively with the full house team to cultivate an inclusive community.  Responsibilities include strengthening the network of support for students; helping the heads of house, GRTs, and students in their roles as community leaders; fostering a diverse and welcoming environment; facilitating the resolution of group and individual conflicts; upholding expectations for conduct aligned with MIT policies and practices; and helping students make meaning of their MIT experience and providing guidance and support to individuals and groups around personal and social issues with the goal of promoting personal and academic success.
REQUIRED:  a master’s degree in higher education, student affairs, social work (MSW), or other education counseling-related field; a minimum of two years of full-time experience in residential life/student affairs life; and experience in leadership development, advising, crisis intervention, counseling, and residential education.  Job #13762

Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check.


ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTOR, Hobby Shop, to serve as a resource for members on a wide range of woodworking and metal working projects, teaching one-on-one practical hands-on skills and design. A significant part of the job requires being proactive, engaging with students and other members on the safe and effective use of the equipment and tools, and assisting with design problem solving in order to help them be successful.  Will also be responsible for maintenance of the shop and its equipment; general administration of shop membership and activities; and assisting the director in maintaining a safe, neat, friendly, positive, and respectful environment where all are welcome to design and build regardless of their levels of experience.  Will report to the director of the Hobby Shop.

REQUIRED:  skill with woodworking and metal machining including CAD and CAM experience; a minimum of five years of experience in either woodworking or mateal machinging and two the othe other; comfort with one-on-one instruction, especially with novices; expertise in machine and tool maintenance, CNC machining, and 3D printing; and willingness to learn about all shop equipment including Omax water jet machining and CNC lathes, mills, and routers.  Job #13746

Will be required to work some evenings and most Saturdays during the fall and spring semesters.  

Candidates selected for interviews will be asked to provide a portfolio of their metal and woodworking projects. 


ASSIGNMENTS ASSOCIATE, Housing, to oversee the administration of room assignments, short-term housing (sublicensing), and on-going individual room changes throughout the academic year for approximately 6000 residents.  Will approve advertisements and applications; verify eligibility; manage cancellations, terminations, room switches, and housing wait-list; coordinate check in/out, early return, and late stay process; maintain accurate housing files and work within multiple database systems to assure accurate housing assignments and records for various resident categories; and provide trainings and explain and interpret housing policies and procedures to housing residents, applicants, and other members of the community and direct individuals to sources of additional information.  Will also be responsible for billing processes, including damage and fee and non-student billing and responding to billing-related questions.

REQUIRED:  a minimum of three years’ related experience; ability to prioritize, manage, and execute multiple tasks in a fast-paced office; excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills; strong organizational skills; ability to handle confidential matters with discretion and to work collaboratively in a team structure; and experience with computers and MITSIS/Banner, SAP, housing systems, and Microsoft Office.  Required core competencies:  focusing on customers (meeting customers' needs and being accountable for follow-up), collaborating and building relationships (building productive work relationships, cooperative, team player), communicating with influence (tailoring communication style and method for others; writing, speaking, and presenting effectively).  A bachelor’s degree is preferred. Job #13582-5
Occasional nights and weekend work may be required. 


PROGRAM ASSISTANT, Dean for Student Life, to provide programmatic support to the Violence Prevention and Response (VPR) Program which includes a director and five staff members. Will participate in the collaborative vision and administration of VPR by working closely with the team to help support and coordinate events, including Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and many other ongoing activities; effectively communicate and coordinate with other offices when collaborating on events; employ strong computer skillset to use social media in support of VPR’s vision and mission; and build and maintain effective, trusting relationships over time.  Will also support and maintain fiscal responsibility including handling reimbursements and maintaining the budget. The position involves working with a diverse group of stakeholders including student, faculty, and administrative constituencies.
REQUIRED:  a high school diploma, a minimum of three year’s administrative assistant experience, strong verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated computer proficiency, excellent customer service skills, and most importantly a passion for the mission of VPR. Seek a flexible, detail-oriented individual with strong organizational and time management skills who is able to work independently and manage multiple projects and priorities.  Must have baseline knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of sexual violence and related issues. A strong desire to make a difference in a diverse multicultural, unique, and supportive campus setting is expected.  A college degree is preferred.  Job#13614-5

Must be able to work evenings and weekends as needed. 
MIT will conduct a background check (including checking criminal and sexual offender records) for finalists.


ASSISTANT DEAN, Student Support Services (S3), to offer advice and support to enhance student success and provide assistance for students whose personal concerns may interfere with their ability to engage fully in their academics and Institute life. As a member of the S3 team, will meet individually with students on personal and academic issues and provide broad outreach programming to facilitate connections across MIT’s student, staff, and faculty community. Will also contribute to the development of protocols, programs, and procedures; and provide advice to the community on issues that impact the student experience.
REQUIRED: a master’s degree, preferably in counseling, psychology, or education; at least five years of counseling experience; excellent interpersonal, writing, and listening skills; and the ability to deal with intense and sensitive situations. Should be thorough, attentive, and resourceful.  Must be able to take initiative and plan, develop, and execute on projects and plans while working in a dynamic, high pressure environment.  A Ph.D./Psy.D. is preferred.  Experience in higher education is desired.  Job #13797-P
Must be committed to and available for dealing with crises when they arise during evening hours and on weekends. 
Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check.


ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, FRATERNITY, SORORITY, AND INDEPENDENT LIVING GROUPS (FSILG), Dean for Student Life (DSL), to provide primary support, advisement, and direction to MIT’s Interfraternity Council (IFC), particularly in the areas of leadership, organizational development, and both chapter and community programming. Will work with twenty-five fraternities, seven sororities, six independent living groups, thirty-seven graduate resident advisors, Interfraternity Council, Living Group Council, and Panhellenic Association to strengthen the ongoing viability of the FSILG community and ensure it offers effective and quality programs; contribute to developing and maintaining the entire FSILG community in an effort to maximize the personal growth potential of students and student leaders and create productive learning environments; empower FSILG students and alumni/ae organizations to responsibly approach issues of risk management and effective oversight of daily chapter operations; serve as a member of the dean-on-call response team; and offer resources and skills in the areas of organization activities support, educational and officer training, crisis response, and effective communication between the DSL and FSILG community.
REQUIRED:  master’s degree, preferably in college student personnel, higher education administration, or related field; at least one year of experience, preferably working full-time in higher education; strong adherence to best practices, including AFA core competencies, NASPA, ACPA Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners, and CAS Standards; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; conflict resolution, leadership training, public speaking, and writing skills and experience; good judgment and sensitivity in understanding and relating to students of various backgrounds; a team- and service-orientation; and the ability to work collaboratively with students, alumni, administration, and local officials.  Must embrace and possess the flexibility needed to work in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment.   Job #13717-O
Evening and weekend work will be necessary.

To apply, go to the MIT Staffing Services website