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What We Do

Day-in and day-out, our learners give us the inspiration we need to get out of bed in the morning. We measure our success by their success, and each of us takes part in it – from student advisors and instructors, to behind-the-scenes administrators, web developers, strategists and marketers. Our learners remind us that the effort we put in makes a difference in their lives…and ours.

Community

Ours is a culture of service, gratitude and an unwavering commitment to doing the right thing. As part of this commitment, we partner with like-minded organizations to promote life-changing programs and scholarships for all learners, especially those for whom education is not a guarantee. Because we believe no barriers, whether social, geographic or economic, should stand in the way of even the loftiest goals.

Benefits

Celebrating success is part of our DNA—whether it’s a surprise diploma delivery, a West-Coast graduation ceremony across the country, or rewarding our employees for the amazing work they do every day for our learners.

Here are just a few things we offer employees:

  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Retirement Plans w/ Competitive Employer Contribution
  • Affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Gym Reimbursement
  • Volunteer Time Off

Career Opportunities

*Online Adjunct Faculty - Game Design
PositionOur instructors provide high-quality academic experiences and support students as they work toward their educational goals. Online faculty members work collaboratively in a supportive academic environment, partnering with student advising and the academic team to ensure that each student has support, tools, and resources he or she needs to be successful.We are seeking undergraduate level instructors to teach: Game Programming and DevelopmentGAM-380 Game Experiential LearningLearn how to mix direct practice, discussion, and self-reflection, and gain experience in the game development environment using the latest tools and technology. Develop real-world skills through this experiential learning coursework to be better prepared for the competitive job market. May be taken two times for credit for each time.GAM-415 Graphics Game EngineStudents get an introduction to advanced graphics topics including skeletal animation, ray tracing, particle integration, lighting, shades, and materials. Projects are introduced to implement these important visual effects. The knowledge obtained will be assimilated and applied to a wide range of usages and application. Linear Algebra algorithms will be refreshed and/or introduced specific to the topic at hand. Students will learn the basics of Direct X, Open GL, and Rendering solutions (forward and deferred).Required Qualifications:Bachelor's degree in IT, Multimedia Art, or a closely related fieldExperience as a programmer with strong object-oriented experienceC++ programming experienceUnreal/Unity game engine experience preferredApplication InformationApplicants committed to student success are encouraged to apply at:www.snhu.edu/teachInstructor expectationsInstructors must be willing to provide a high level of student outreach and have the availability to connect with students, academic advisors and team leads on a frequent basis. Instructors in this course must also be engaging, offering an increased and innovative presence in the online classroom to best serve the student and facilitate student success. Instructors should expect to provide substantial student feedback and offer a quick turnaround on grades..Work Hours:This posting is hiring for future term starts, dates to be assigned later.Compensation:The standard compensation for most courses is $2,200 per 8-week undergraduate course and $2,500 per 10-week graduate course.Undergraduate and graduate adjuncts are paid bi-weekly and are considered W-2 employees of Southern NH University.A background check is required for employment and may include licensure/certification verification. Why Join SNHU?Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), founded in 1932, is a private, nonprofit, accredited institution located in Manchester, New Hampshire. We value teamwork, openness, and diversity, and believe every employee has a voice in driving our success. We're proud to have been recognized as a Great College to Work For by the Chronicle of Higher Education every year since its inception. Our competitive benefits package includes tuition reimbursement, employer contribution to Retirement Plan, affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage, and generous paid-time off. We're constantly seeking creative, collaborative, and hard-working talent to join our team! Come be a part of innovation and education!_________________________________________________________________________________Candidates must live in and be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.Southern New Hampshire University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, citizenship, religion, marital or veteran status or any other protected status, age, sex, sexual orientation, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities.
*Online Adjunct Faculty - Game Design
PositionOur instructors provide high-quality academic experiences and support students as they work toward their educational goals. Online faculty members work collaboratively in a supportive academic environment, partnering with student advising and the academic team to ensure that each student has support, tools, and resources he or she needs to be successful.We are seeking undergraduate level instructors to teach: Game Programming and DevelopmentGAM-380 Game Experiential LearningLearn how to mix direct practice, discussion, and self-reflection, and gain experience in the game development environment using the latest tools and technology. Develop real-world skills through this experiential learning coursework to be better prepared for the competitive job market. May be taken two times for credit for each time.GAM-415 Graphics Game EngineStudents get an introduction to advanced graphics topics including skeletal animation, ray tracing, particle integration, lighting, shades, and materials. Projects are introduced to implement these important visual effects. The knowledge obtained will be assimilated and applied to a wide range of usages and application. Linear Algebra algorithms will be refreshed and/or introduced specific to the topic at hand. Students will learn the basics of Direct X, Open GL, and Rendering solutions (forward and deferred).Required Qualifications:Bachelor's degree in IT, Multimedia Art, or a closely related fieldExperience as a programmer with strong object-oriented experienceC++ programming experienceUnreal/Unity game engine experience preferredApplication InformationApplicants committed to student success are encouraged to apply at:www.snhu.edu/teachInstructor expectationsInstructors must be willing to provide a high level of student outreach and have the availability to connect with students, academic advisors and team leads on a frequent basis. Instructors in this course must also be engaging, offering an increased and innovative presence in the online classroom to best serve the student and facilitate student success. Instructors should expect to provide substantial student feedback and offer a quick turnaround on grades..Work Hours:This posting is hiring for future term starts, dates to be assigned later.Compensation:The standard compensation for most courses is $2,200 per 8-week undergraduate course and $2,500 per 10-week graduate course.Undergraduate and graduate adjuncts are paid bi-weekly and are considered W-2 employees of Southern NH University.A background check is required for employment and may include licensure/certification verification. Why Join SNHU?Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), founded in 1932, is a private, nonprofit, accredited institution located in Manchester, New Hampshire. We value teamwork, openness, and diversity, and believe every employee has a voice in driving our success. We're proud to have been recognized as a Great College to Work For by the Chronicle of Higher Education every year since its inception. Our competitive benefits package includes tuition reimbursement, employer contribution to Retirement Plan, affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage, and generous paid-time off. We're constantly seeking creative, collaborative, and hard-working talent to join our team! Come be a part of innovation and education!_________________________________________________________________________________Candidates must live in and be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.Southern New Hampshire University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, citizenship, religion, marital or veteran status or any other protected status, age, sex, sexual orientation, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities.
Clinical Faculty
Southern New Hampshire University is currently seeking a Clinical Faculty, Counseling, a non-ranked, non-tenure track position. The Clinical Faculty, Counseling role is to primarily support specified online programs through teaching, student support, subject-matter-expertise, mentoring of adjunct faculty and engagement in administrative activities in service of the institution. Clinical faculty teach standardized, pre-developed online courses, in a 10-week (graduate) or 8-week (undergraduate) term structure. They are 12-month, full-time employees of COCE.Clinical Faculty must demonstrate commitment to our culture of excellence in teaching and learning and student success and to the ideals and ethical principles of their profession. They must possess expertise and credentials that allow them to contribute to the continuous improvement of the overall student experience and success, program quality, oversight and curriculum development. Clinical Faculty are required to maintain the appropriate licensure, including all activities necessary to maintain such licensure, when teaching in programs that require its faculty to be licensed. They must also meet all requirements and expectations for faculty as described by any applicable accrediting organization with jurisdiction over the faculty's program of record.In addition to teaching, Clinical Faculty may serve in varied academic administrative capacities to help ensure that programs, courses, and instruction are high quality and meet the overall institutional promise to students. These responsibilities may include (but are not limited to) mentoring adjunct faculty members, providing professional advising to existing students, participating in program and course development including serving as subject-matter experts, supporting accreditation efforts, developing training and support materials for adjunct faculty development, participating in admissions decisions, if needed, and participating in new student orientation webinars and welcome sessions.Essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:Teach 48 credit hours annually in graduate programs and 60 credit hours annually in undergraduate programs or as determined by professional accreditation requirements (Nursing: nursing 10 graduate or 12 undergraduate courses, and Counseling: 8-10 graduate courses; all 3-credit hour courses)Adhere to all instructional principles and strategies that engage students in learning, when serving as a course instructor while clearly following the pre-determined course design and textbook materialsProvide meaningful and timely feedback to students, academic advisors and team leads in accordance with faculty expectations and requirements. This includes providing students with weekly instructional announcements, responding to all student inquiries, discussion boards or other posts promptly, providing rubric feedback throughout the term, and providing final grade assessments and posting grades within 48 hours after the assignment submission dateProvide engagement and outreach including but not limited to students who have not logged into the learning platform, proactively engaging students who are not moving through their diagnostic-identified learning path in a timely manner and reinforcing course concepts through professional experience, in field development or conducting synchronous webinarsAdhere to the Instructional Practices Rubric and faculty performance standardsServe as professional advisor to students to support students' sense of connection to the program, provide career advice, provide capstone support, and enhance program retention as determined by the respective programParticipate in program specific events including (but not limited to) graduation activities, academic residencies, professional development activities, etc. as assigned. Travel requiredImpact student experience and success positively by supporting the implementation of, and participating in, related initiativesCollaborate with enrollment and student advisors to support program growth and student persistence, while maintaining a high level of communication with the student's advisorProvide exceptional student service in every interaction, which includes never giving up on a student who is putting forth the effort to achieve his/her goals, demonstrating care and commitment, and helping students solve problemsServe on standing and ad hoc academic committees as assigned through online participation modelContribute to continuous quality improvement efforts including process documentation; accreditation reports; evaluation of performance against benchmarks; and policies, procedures, handbook and guidesEngage in any scholarly and professional activities required to contribute to one's academic discipline, maintain licensure and/or compliance with regulatory and accrediting agencies that have jurisdiction over the faculty's respective programParticipate in curriculum oversight, for example, evaluating programs, evaluating courses, serving as subject matter expert or program coordinator in course development processUse any necessary systems to execute the responsibilities and expectations of the role as described hereinEngage in other institutional service and scholarship duties as assignedAttendance, punctuality, reliability and presence are essential functions of this roleOther duties, responsibilities or activities may be assigned at any time with or without noticeMinimum Qualifications:Doctorate in Counselor Education, preferably from a CACREP-accredited program (must meet the CACREP definition of "core" faculty)Current or previous licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor preferredTravel to the face-to-face residencies (1 week of every 10-week term) is generally expectedPreferred Qualifications:Experience with graduate capstone or thesis advising preferredWork Hours:This position is remote, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm with flexibility to meet business demands as needed.Working Conditions: Possible travel up to 15%Please submit a cover letter, in addition to your resume, with your application.A background check is required for employment.Why Join SNHU?Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), founded in 1932, is a private, nonprofit, accredited institution located in Manchester, New Hampshire. We value teamwork, openness and diversity, and believe every employee has a voice in driving our success. We're proud to have been recognized as a Great College to Work for by the Chronicle of Higher Education every year since its inception. Our competitive benefits package includes tuition reimbursement, employer contribution to Retirement Plan, affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage, and generous paid-time off. We're constantly seeking creative, collaborative, and hard-working talent to join our team! Come be a part of innovation and education!
Clinical Faculty
Southern New Hampshire University is currently seeking a Clinical Faculty, Counseling, a non-ranked, non-tenure track position. The Clinical Faculty, Counseling role is to primarily support specified online programs through teaching, student support, subject-matter-expertise, mentoring of adjunct faculty and engagement in administrative activities in service of the institution. Clinical faculty teach standardized, pre-developed online courses, in a 10-week (graduate) or 8-week (undergraduate) term structure. They are 12-month, full-time employees of COCE.Clinical Faculty must demonstrate commitment to our culture of excellence in teaching and learning and student success and to the ideals and ethical principles of their profession. They must possess expertise and credentials that allow them to contribute to the continuous improvement of the overall student experience and success, program quality, oversight and curriculum development. Clinical Faculty are required to maintain the appropriate licensure, including all activities necessary to maintain such licensure, when teaching in programs that require its faculty to be licensed. They must also meet all requirements and expectations for faculty as described by any applicable accrediting organization with jurisdiction over the faculty's program of record.In addition to teaching, Clinical Faculty may serve in varied academic administrative capacities to help ensure that programs, courses, and instruction are high quality and meet the overall institutional promise to students. These responsibilities may include (but are not limited to) mentoring adjunct faculty members, providing professional advising to existing students, participating in program and course development including serving as subject-matter experts, supporting accreditation efforts, developing training and support materials for adjunct faculty development, participating in admissions decisions, if needed, and participating in new student orientation webinars and welcome sessions.Essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:Teach 48 credit hours annually in graduate programs and 60 credit hours annually in undergraduate programs or as determined by professional accreditation requirements (Nursing: nursing 10 graduate or 12 undergraduate courses, and Counseling: 8-10 graduate courses; all 3-credit hour courses)Adhere to all instructional principles and strategies that engage students in learning, when serving as a course instructor while clearly following the pre-determined course design and textbook materialsProvide meaningful and timely feedback to students, academic advisors and team leads in accordance with faculty expectations and requirements. This includes providing students with weekly instructional announcements, responding to all student inquiries, discussion boards or other posts promptly, providing rubric feedback throughout the term, and providing final grade assessments and posting grades within 48 hours after the assignment submission dateProvide engagement and outreach including but not limited to students who have not logged into the learning platform, proactively engaging students who are not moving through their diagnostic-identified learning path in a timely manner and reinforcing course concepts through professional experience, in field development or conducting synchronous webinarsAdhere to the Instructional Practices Rubric and faculty performance standardsServe as professional advisor to students to support students' sense of connection to the program, provide career advice, provide capstone support, and enhance program retention as determined by the respective programParticipate in program specific events including (but not limited to) graduation activities, academic residencies, professional development activities, etc. as assigned. Travel requiredImpact student experience and success positively by supporting the implementation of, and participating in, related initiativesCollaborate with enrollment and student advisors to support program growth and student persistence, while maintaining a high level of communication with the student's advisorProvide exceptional student service in every interaction, which includes never giving up on a student who is putting forth the effort to achieve his/her goals, demonstrating care and commitment, and helping students solve problemsServe on standing and ad hoc academic committees as assigned through online participation modelContribute to continuous quality improvement efforts including process documentation; accreditation reports; evaluation of performance against benchmarks; and policies, procedures, handbook and guidesEngage in any scholarly and professional activities required to contribute to one's academic discipline, maintain licensure and/or compliance with regulatory and accrediting agencies that have jurisdiction over the faculty's respective programParticipate in curriculum oversight, for example, evaluating programs, evaluating courses, serving as subject matter expert or program coordinator in course development processUse any necessary systems to execute the responsibilities and expectations of the role as described hereinEngage in other institutional service and scholarship duties as assignedAttendance, punctuality, reliability and presence are essential functions of this roleOther duties, responsibilities or activities may be assigned at any time with or without noticeMinimum Qualifications:Doctorate in Counselor Education, preferably from a CACREP-accredited program (must meet the CACREP definition of "core" faculty)Current or previous licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor preferredTravel to the face-to-face residencies (1 week of every 10-week term) is generally expectedPreferred Qualifications:Experience with graduate capstone or thesis advising preferredWork Hours:This position is remote, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm with flexibility to meet business demands as needed.Working Conditions: Possible travel up to 15%Please submit a cover letter, in addition to your resume, with your application.A background check is required for employment.Why Join SNHU?Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), founded in 1932, is a private, nonprofit, accredited institution located in Manchester, New Hampshire. We value teamwork, openness and diversity, and believe every employee has a voice in driving our success. We're proud to have been recognized as a Great College to Work for by the Chronicle of Higher Education every year since its inception. Our competitive benefits package includes tuition reimbursement, employer contribution to Retirement Plan, affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage, and generous paid-time off. We're constantly seeking creative, collaborative, and hard-working talent to join our team! Come be a part of innovation and education!
*Online Adjunct Faculty - Game Design
PositionOur instructors provide high-quality academic experiences and support students as they work toward their educational goals. Online faculty members work collaboratively in a supportive academic environment, partnering with student advising and the academic team to ensure that each student has support, tools, and resources he or she needs to be successful.We are seeking undergraduate level instructors to teach: Game Programming and DevelopmentGAM-380 Game Experiential LearningLearn how to mix direct practice, discussion, and self-reflection, and gain experience in the game development environment using the latest tools and technology. Develop real-world skills through this experiential learning coursework to be better prepared for the competitive job market. May be taken two times for credit for each time.GAM-415 Graphics Game EngineStudents get an introduction to advanced graphics topics including skeletal animation, ray tracing, particle integration, lighting, shades, and materials. Projects are introduced to implement these important visual effects. The knowledge obtained will be assimilated and applied to a wide range of usages and application. Linear Algebra algorithms will be refreshed and/or introduced specific to the topic at hand. Students will learn the basics of Direct X, Open GL, and Rendering solutions (forward and deferred).Required Qualifications:Bachelor's degree in IT, Multimedia Art, or a closely related fieldExperience as a programmer with strong object-oriented experienceC++ programming experienceUnreal/Unity game engine experience preferredApplication InformationApplicants committed to student success are encouraged to apply at:www.snhu.edu/teachInstructor expectationsInstructors must be willing to provide a high level of student outreach and have the availability to connect with students, academic advisors and team leads on a frequent basis. Instructors in this course must also be engaging, offering an increased and innovative presence in the online classroom to best serve the student and facilitate student success. Instructors should expect to provide substantial student feedback and offer a quick turnaround on grades..Work Hours:This posting is hiring for future term starts, dates to be assigned later.Compensation:The standard compensation for most courses is $2,200 per 8-week undergraduate course and $2,500 per 10-week graduate course.Undergraduate and graduate adjuncts are paid bi-weekly and are considered W-2 employees of Southern NH University.A background check is required for employment and may include licensure/certification verification. Why Join SNHU?Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), founded in 1932, is a private, nonprofit, accredited institution located in Manchester, New Hampshire. We value teamwork, openness, and diversity, and believe every employee has a voice in driving our success. We're proud to have been recognized as a Great College to Work For by the Chronicle of Higher Education every year since its inception. Our competitive benefits package includes tuition reimbursement, employer contribution to Retirement Plan, affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage, and generous paid-time off. We're constantly seeking creative, collaborative, and hard-working talent to join our team! Come be a part of innovation and education!_________________________________________________________________________________Candidates must live in and be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.Southern New Hampshire University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, citizenship, religion, marital or veteran status or any other protected status, age, sex, sexual orientation, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities.
*Online Adjunct Faculty - Game Design
PositionOur instructors provide high-quality academic experiences and support students as they work toward their educational goals. Online faculty members work collaboratively in a supportive academic environment, partnering with student advising and the academic team to ensure that each student has support, tools, and resources he or she needs to be successful.We are seeking undergraduate level instructors to teach: Game Programming and DevelopmentGAM-380 Game Experiential LearningLearn how to mix direct practice, discussion, and self-reflection, and gain experience in the game development environment using the latest tools and technology. Develop real-world skills through this experiential learning coursework to be better prepared for the competitive job market. May be taken two times for credit for each time.GAM-415 Graphics Game EngineStudents get an introduction to advanced graphics topics including skeletal animation, ray tracing, particle integration, lighting, shades, and materials. Projects are introduced to implement these important visual effects. The knowledge obtained will be assimilated and applied to a wide range of usages and application. Linear Algebra algorithms will be refreshed and/or introduced specific to the topic at hand. Students will learn the basics of Direct X, Open GL, and Rendering solutions (forward and deferred).Required Qualifications:Bachelor's degree in IT, Multimedia Art, or a closely related fieldExperience as a programmer with strong object-oriented experienceC++ programming experienceUnreal/Unity game engine experience preferredApplication InformationApplicants committed to student success are encouraged to apply at:www.snhu.edu/teachInstructor expectationsInstructors must be willing to provide a high level of student outreach and have the availability to connect with students, academic advisors and team leads on a frequent basis. Instructors in this course must also be engaging, offering an increased and innovative presence in the online classroom to best serve the student and facilitate student success. Instructors should expect to provide substantial student feedback and offer a quick turnaround on grades..Work Hours:This posting is hiring for future term starts, dates to be assigned later.Compensation:The standard compensation for most courses is $2,200 per 8-week undergraduate course and $2,500 per 10-week graduate course.Undergraduate and graduate adjuncts are paid bi-weekly and are considered W-2 employees of Southern NH University.A background check is required for employment and may include licensure/certification verification. Why Join SNHU?Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), founded in 1932, is a private, nonprofit, accredited institution located in Manchester, New Hampshire. We value teamwork, openness, and diversity, and believe every employee has a voice in driving our success. We're proud to have been recognized as a Great College to Work For by the Chronicle of Higher Education every year since its inception. Our competitive benefits package includes tuition reimbursement, employer contribution to Retirement Plan, affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage, and generous paid-time off. We're constantly seeking creative, collaborative, and hard-working talent to join our team! Come be a part of innovation and education!_________________________________________________________________________________Candidates must live in and be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.Southern New Hampshire University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, citizenship, religion, marital or veteran status or any other protected status, age, sex, sexual orientation, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities.
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