Director, Esports; Academic Tutor; Account Associate
            Brookdale Community College

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Details about position:

Director, Esports
The Director of Esports will oversee all aspects and serves as the sole administrator of the BCC Esports program. The Director is responsible for promoting a comprehensive and sustainable Esports program that advances the five pillars of Competition, Academics & Research, Community, Entertainment, and Career Development. The program should combine high-level competition against other colleges and universities; recruitment of academically eligible elite gamers; the operations of a training facility and arena; engagement with faculty to explore research opportunities related to video games; support of the BCC gaming community and addressing social justice issues related to games and esports; create live events and digital content around the program; connect BCC students to jobs and opportunities in the video game and esports industries; and seeks external fundraising and scholarship opportunities. The Director will also oversee staff, coaches, the Esports training facility, athletes, marketing, finances and event planning responsibilities associated with the program.   
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. 3 years of experience in the video game and or esports industry. Significant administrative and student activities programming experience in an institution that has a diverse student. Extensive related experience in student affairs program development and management, fundraising, and judgment based on professional and/or academic expertise desirable. Knowledge and understanding of Esports. Ability to provide consultation and training to members of the Esports team. Skill is required to establish professional work relationships with all units and campus personnel, clients, members of the public and off campus agencies in a respectful manner consistent with the goals of campus and community organizations. Excellent presentation and training skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills to convey thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; to develop and monitor a budget; to plan and administer educational programming; to establish and sustain communication with faculty and staff regarding the needs of students; to appropriately interpret and act on goals in response to the inquiries and needs of related University agencies. Must have a demonstrated commitment to diversity and multicultural programs and student development theory. Advanced skill to research, collect and analyze data. Ability to assess and manage risk. Skill to successfully manage the business components of the program. Ability to develop plans to meet goals across all areas of the program. Effective marketing skills. Ability to work independently, set priorities, meet deadlines and work on various projects and programs concurrently. Excellent political acumen demonstrated by the ability to successfully navigate complex networks of relationships and to work with a high level of cultural competence and sensitivity. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with students, staff personnel, academic personnel, and officials of external agencies and the general public. Strong leadership skills to develop and pursue the vision for the program. Ability to effectively develop and manage the work team. Demonstrated experience in handling complex and sensitive student issues with regard to donors, scholarships and internships. Professional judgment to interpret and implement Brookdale’s policies and procedures desirable. Ability to travel within the county and state. Knowledge of Monmouth County and its communities.
Annual Salary $79,362 with benefits (A5)
Date Posted: 10/7/2021
Date Closed: 10/28/2021


POSITION (Replacement)
Academic Tutor – Writing 10-month ongoing position (September-June)
Provide academic student support by working one-on-one and in small groups with students on specific concepts and skills.
Bachelor’s degree required in the field or related field or, in limited circumstances, the equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired. Prior tutoring experience desirable. Proven ability to work effectively with students of varying ages, cultures, and knowledge base. Proven ability to communicate ideas, principles and concepts effectively in individual or small group settings. Computer literacy skills at an intermediate level including a proven ability to utilize and apply Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well as specialized software programs and computer applications essential to the learning process, e.g. the College’s Learning Management System and ERP. Knowledge of information research strategies. Must have strong interpersonal and organizational skills with the ability to develop effective working relationships with students, staff, and faculty. Must successfully complete discipline specific skills test.  Must have ability to travel to other sites as needed. Fluency in a second language may be required. Knowledge of Monmouth County and its communities.
Annual Salary $39,194 prorated for 10-months (N5)
Date Posted: 10/7/2021
Date Closed: Open Until Filled


POSITION (Replacement)
Account Associate – Continuing and Professional Studies (CPS)

Generate and process all non-credit billing related to CPS with government agencies, school districts, corporate/private company customers. Monitor all Account Receivable functions related to CPS, troubleshoot, and resolve problems.

Associates degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired. Two years of related experience. Knowledge of information research strategies preferred. Ability to develop positive relationships with a diverse student population. Ability to work in multi-project, fast-paced environment and meet concurrent deadlines. Ability to work collaboratively and to address problems through team work. Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Must be computer literate with ability to utilize Microsoft Office at an intermediate level and the ability to learn and utilize specific higher education programs and systems. Ability to learn and apply office practices, procedures, policies, and regulations that are essential to the position. Fluency in a second language is preferred or may be required. Ability to travel locally. Knowledge of Monmouth County and its communities.

Annual Salary $43,655 (N4)
Date Posted: 10/7/2021
Date Closed: 10/27/2021


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