Positions listed are for the Brownwood campus unless otherwise noted.
The Admission Assistant is a vital member of the Enrollment team and is responsible for interfacing effectively with all campus and off-campus constituents on behalf of Howard Payne University and the Office of Admission. This position is responsible for providing in-person, electronic and phone representation of HPU. Responsibility for data entry, data management, inventory tracking, mail systems will also rest with the Admission Assistant. The Admission Assistant is responsible for implementing the enrollment strategies of the University and for helping the Office of Admission to achieve enrollment goals. Other related Admission Office responsibilities will also be assigned, relative to experience.
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.
The Athletic Director is responsible for effectively managing all facets of the University’s athletic program, including ensuring compliance with all current NCAA rules and regulations, fundraising for all athletic programs, and supervising, monitoring, and evaluating all Athletic department employees.
The Database Administrator is responsible for managing and administering the University administrative Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and related packages, including daily administration and Maintenance of databases and providing system support to end-users.
General Maintenance/HVAC-R Technician
Assembles, installs, repairs, and maintains: air conditioning, and fixtures of heating, and chilled water systems. Other duties may be assigned by the Director of Facilities and Planning or the Maintenance Supervisor.
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.
Head Coach – Women’s Soccer
Monitor,mentor, coach and recruit student-athletes participating in theWomen’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.
Offensive Assistant Football Coach
The Assistant Football coach is responsible to assist the head coach in all facets of the Football program, including compliance with NCAA and ASC regulations and accepting delegated tasks from the Athletic Director.
Receptionist, Part-Time (New Braunfels Center)
The receptionist will be responsible for welcoming guests to the NB Center, answering phone calls, and responding to general email inquiries. The receptionist will also assist the director of the New Braunfels Center and the admissions counselor with scanning/copying documents, processing information between offices, and communicating with faculty, staff, and students.