Positions listed are for the Brownwood campus unless otherwise noted.
Graphic Designer/Web Editor
The graphic designer/web editor is responsible for the creation of a wide variety of print and electronic publications and other items to communicate Howard Payne University’s image and messages to on- and off-campus constituencies. Responsibilities include the conceptualization, design and production supervision of logos, promotional items, special-event material, brochures and advertising, along with ensuring the University’s website and social media platforms are regularly updated and creatively utilized to effectively maximize the University’s online presence. A key part of this role is the development of good working relationships with offices and departments across campus and at the University’s extension centers. The graphic designer/web editor reports to the Assistant Vice President for Communications and works with additional personnel, including student workers, in the Office of University Marketing and Communications.
Personal Computer Coordinator
The PC Coordinator is responsible for managing and administering the university’s desktop personal computers and related hardware, providing computer support and supervising any computer student workers by performing the following duties listed in the Job Description personally or through supervision of the student workers.
Resident Director (Women’s Residence Hall: Veda Hodge Hall)
The full-time Resident Director is responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of the university’s Residence Life program within her assigned women’s residence hall. The Resident Director is expected to maintain extensive contact with students, including evenings and weekends. The Resident Director should be guided by a sense of mission to Christian higher education, a commitment to the personal development of college students, a commitment to excellence, an orientation to performance, and a high degree of stamina.
University Counselor (Part-Time)
Performs individual, marital, couples, group, and crisis intervention counseling to currently enrolled Howard Payne University students experiencing social, emotional, spiritual, physical, and vocational difficulties. Provides short-term counseling sessions over topics that may include goal-setting, anxiety, relationships (roommate, dating/marriage, parenting, etc.), self-esteem, grief, sadness and depression, spirituality, sexual topics, alcohol abuse, and drug abuse. Makes appropriate referrals for services. Performs outreach functions.