Careers at Peirce

Jobs at Peirce

Careers at Peirce

Find Your Next Opportunity With Peirce College

Looking for your next career opportunity? Peirce College is committed to maintaining a highly motivated and qualified workforce to support our mission of providing practical, leading edge curricula to primarily working adult learners. Peirce offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits and a work environment that promotes professional development.

All current job vacancies and details on how to apply are listed below.

Peirce College is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Click here to learn more about our commitment to being an EOE.

Faculty Openings

Adjunct Faculty

Description: Peirce College is hiring adjunct faculty to teach on campus in the 2016-2017 academic year. The College offers undergraduate degree programs in Accounting, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, General Studies, Healthcare Administration, Health Information Administration, Health Information Technology, Human Resource Management, Information Technology, Integrated Leadership, Legal Studies in Business, Paralegal Studies, Technology Management and a graduate degree in Organizational Leadership and Management. Courses are offered at 1420 Pine Street. We offer Peirce Fit classes in the day and evening.

For a full listing of courses, please see the College Catalog.

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Faculty Member, General Education (Philosophy)

Description: Responsible for instruction of a wide array of undergraduate humanities classes, with a focus on philosophy. Teaches a total of 10 courses during the Fall and Spring Terms (with a 5/5 teaching load for each Fall and Spring Term); engages in, on average, 4 hours of institutional service per week which may include committee work, student recruitment programs, tutoring, career mentoring, academic advising, networking activities and curriculum/course development; attends functions, as assigned, including commencement, monthly faculty meetings, college forums, and scheduled in-service activities; becomes involved in professional development activities, and academic/professional organizations; and supports existing relationships with professional communities to foster professional socialization and leadership development. 

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Faculty Member, Legal Studies

Description: Responsible for instruction of undergraduate courses in ABA-approved Paralegal Studies program, Criminal Justice Studies and Legal Studies in Business. Areas of specialty to include legal research, legal writing, criminal law, civil litigation, legal technology and legal ethics; as well as legal specialty courses from at least three of the following areas: family law, real estate law, tort law, estate law, business organizations, bankruptcy, employment law, workers compensation, contracts and intellectual property.

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Staff Openings

Academic Advisor

Description: Serves as an educational guide and retention leader for students who are enrolled in degree programs by proactively reaching out to them to provide academic guidance and support while reviewing, monitoring, discussing and strategizing educational goals and plans, as well as progress towards graduation. Plays an integral role in the College’s ability to achieve retention, graduation and customer service goals. Assists students with course registration as well as applying and receiving credit for prior learning, including college transfer credits, work experience and other forms of non-traditional education. Proactively maintains direct contact with all advisees to include meeting with students individually as well as in small groups on an ongoing basis to build rapport, identify barriers to success, set goals and develop action plans for academic success. Provides a lead role in advising students with academic progress or attendance issues to include monitoring students’ GPA, academic progress and course attendance/participation. Reviews students’ new student survey, placement test results and collaborates with students to assess skills, needs, barriers to success and available resources, to create a personalized education plan that supports students to graduation. Works closely with Academic Advancement to maintain an understanding of student policies, degree requirements, curriculum updates and course offerings.

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Director, Career Development Services

Description: Responsible for overseeing and managing the daily operations of the Career Development Services department. This position develops, manages and implements a comprehensive range of internal services, resources, assessments and tools, to support and guide students and alumni with career development, foundation, exploration, preparation and opportunity access. This position will assist with strategic planning and review and works with relevant internal and external agencies, networks and vendors to ensure quality career services, cooperative education and work study programs.

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Director, Grant Writing

Description: Peirce College’s mission is to equip adult learners, in a personalized, student-centered environment, to achieve their goals and successfully fulfill workforce needs. Primarily charged with the College’s grant proposal identification, writing, tracking, and reporting for corporate and private foundation funding opportunities in support of the College’s mission; and works closely with faculty and administrative staffs to prioritize opportunities, develop grant goals and funding needs, and manage institutional tracking relative to grant and project execution.

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Financial Aid Specialist

Description: The position serves as the central point of contact for all student needs regarding financial aid. Responsible for providing in-depth counseling of individual students pertaining to their unique circumstances, to include meeting with students and parents to facilitate the financial aid process; conducting needs analysis in compliance with federal criteria to determine eligibility of each financial aid applicant; adhering to federal verification standards by ensuring the data reported on the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) accurately reflects the data reported on corresponding federal tax return; resolving discrepancies, explaining and enforcing federal and state regulations, as well as College policy; and maintaining accuracy of student files, authorizing the crediting of aid awards and processing adjustments to aid awards as needed.

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Manager, Institutional Enrollment

Description: Responsible for strengthening and expanding institutional partnership efforts to achieve the College's institutional market new student enrollment goals; this position is also responsible for the development and management of relationships with constituents of partner and articulating institutions/organizations including admissions and transfer counselors, faculty, students, academic staff and other appropriate personnel. This position represents the College externally and plans and performs business development and customer relationship management activities to achieve the College’s mission and goals.

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Marketing & Communications Specialist

Description: Responsible for supporting achievement of the marketing and communications goals, which include, but are not limited to, enhancing the image of Peirce College, attracting and retaining students and building relationships with key groups including students, alumni, College employees, the academic community, the business community, media outlets, financial supporters and vendors. Oversees production and implementation of the College’s media plan and creative campaigns, adhering to budgets, deadlines and approval processes. Prepares and implements advertising and collateral creative with the College's objectives and initiatives in mind. Develops and implements campaigns on behalf of the College’s strategic initiatives. Works with internal colleagues to develop strategy, budget and timeline and oversee production and distribution of materials, mailings, etc. Coordinates lead generation initiatives and works closely with the Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions departments to deploy campaigns and other materials pursuant to College enrollment and recruitment goals, including, but not limited to, referral, military and readmit campaign marketing efforts. Develops event plans and oversees event support.

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Paraprofessional and Professional Tutors: Developmental Mathematics, Basic Mathematics and Algebra

Description: Provides tutoring services by assisting students with assigned work in a one-on-one and/or group tutoring setting. Responsible for determining student needs as displayed by strengths and weaknesses; and determining appropriate strategies to maximize student learning, success and independence.

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Paraprofessional and Professional Tutors: Economics and Statistics

Description: Provides tutoring services by assisting students with assigned work in a one-on-one and/or group tutoring setting. Responsible for determining student needs as displayed by strengths and weaknesses; and determining appropriate strategies to maximize student learning, success and independence.

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Internships

Unpaid Intern

Internship Description: Our unpaid internships are designed to prepare college students, graduate students or recent college graduates for entry-level roles in career services by providing a comprehensive understanding of the career management functions of a college or university inclusive of theory and the hands-on application of attained skills and knowledge.

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