This position provides front office administrative support for Public Programs at the South Campus location.
The Career Advisor provides guidance to a diverse student body with insight on employment trends, resume critiques, coaching, interview preparation and job strategizing.
The Coordinator is responsible for supporting the cultivation of industry professionals, entrepreneurs, community and alumni partnerships as they pertain to employment and professional practices for students, alumni and the college.
The Copy Center Associate provides copy, print and customer service to students, faculty and staff using Copy Center facilities.
Working under the general direction of the Director of Development the Major Gifts Officer is responsible for developing
The AV Technician provides support at all events that use technology across the campus including pre-production and production implementations of all events, and the set-up and take-down of equipment for media events.
The Video Conferencing Specialist will research, recommend, and support video conferencing and virtual media technologies in the classrooms, meeting spaces, and at events, and as such will implement existing tools to support our current educational and business practices and to look for new solutions to solve their needs.
The part-time HR Assistant provides administrative support related to the day-to-day HR operations.
This positon will work closely with the Chair on the Undergraduate and future Graduate department’s strategic growth and development by co-creating a strategic plan for the department as a whole (including recruitment, curriculum, marketing, fundraising and external relations), and taking a lead role in executing that strategy.
This position requires a thorough understanding of Local, Wide Area, and Wireless networking systems for effective support.
The Software Engineer is responsible for creating and maintaining different types of web and mobile applications, client/server infrastructure, and information systems to help facilitate business and technical operations of the college.
Provides administrative support for two programs and is a first point of operational contact for the department.
This position is responsible for various digital projects in the Library.
The Liaison Librarian serves as the primary liaison to selected academic and non-academic departments.
Laser Lab Technicians function as both instructor and technician to assist students in acquiring the skill to utilize these laser technologies to build models and art projects.
The Tool Crib Cashier is responsible for issuing tools and materials, and fielding questions from students on materials and procedures while guiding them on the safe use of shop tools.
The Shop Instructor works directly with students, faculty, and other shop instructors to ensure that all safety and dress codes are met and in accordance with established ArtCenter Shop policies.
Under the direction of the model shop manager, the shop supervisor is responsible for overseeing the South Campus shop.
Reporting to the College President, the Director, Title IX Compliance and Programs, is the College’s Title IX coordinator and has the responsibility to develop, deliver and oversee all aspects of the College’s Title IX regulatory compliance obligations and programs, ensuring compliance with federal and state anti-discrimination laws
The Director of Product Design is responsible for administering the day-to-day activities of the department.
This position will serve as the leader within the student affairs department to coordinate efforts to ensure and promote gender equity in programs.