Staff Positions

Vice President for Finance and Administration

The vice president for finance and administration directs and coordinates financial and administrative support services for the university by performing the following essential duties and responsibilities personally or through subordinate supervisors. The president may assign other duties.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include planning, directing and leading the financial and administrative operations of the university. As a member of the president’s Administrative Council, the vice president for finance and administration serves in a leadership role and provides timely and accurate data used in decision-making, strategic planning and facilities master planning for the university.

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Admission Counselor

The Admission Counselor is a vital member of the Enrollment Services team and is responsible for assisting prospective students through the complete admission process, from the point of initial contact to enrolled student status. The Admission Counselor is responsible for implementing the enrollment strategies of the University and for achieving individual, enrollment goals. Related Admission Office responsibilities will also be assigned, relative to experience.

Major Gifts Officer – Capital Campaign

This position is responsible for securing major gifts for campaigns engaged in by Howard Payne University. As a member of the senior management team of the Development Office of the university, this position is critical to the achievement of an $18M campaign goal. This position supports major gift initiatives with the President, the Vice President for Development, the Campaign Co-Chair(s), the various Campaign Steering Committees, and key major gift prospects for the campaign. This position will have daily responsibility for organizing and soliciting major donor prospects.

University Police Officer (TCLEOSE Commissioned Peace Officer Position)

The officer supports the Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) mission to provide students, employees, and guests of the university with a safe and secure environment in which to study, work and enjoy programs offered by the university.

Public Safety Officer

The officer supports the Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) mission to provide students, employees, and guests of the university with a safe and secure environment in which to study, work and enjoy programs offered by the university.

Head Coach – Women’s Soccer

Monitor, mentor, coach and recruit student-athletes participating in the Women’s Soccer program. Primary duty is to make independent decisions in the recruiting process as to who will be recruited by the university and what schools will be visited. The head coach will oversee all facets of the program in all the following areas: practice planning and implementation, scheduling games, budget planning, compliance, fundraising, marketing, travel, facilities supervision, maintaining equipment, supervision of student assembly and chapel, and the academic success of student athletes. The coach must also have an expert knowledge of skills and strategies related to the sports. Organizational abilities, communication skills, enthusiasm, and loyalty to the University and the Women’s Soccer program are valued attributes. The coach may teach one to three credit hours per semester.