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job opening - dir student crafts prog berea college

updated mon 24 apr 06


Vince Pitelka on mon 24 apr 06

This sounds like an interesting job opportunity at Berea College in
Kentucky. Pass it on to anyone who might be interested.
- Vince

Due to an early retirement, an outstanding position is now under recruitment
for the Director, Student Crafts Program. This position is a vital one
within the campus business structure and is one that has a substantial
impact within the College's time honored Student Labor Program.

If you are creative by nature, entrepreneurial in spirit, have a business
management background and substantial leadership skills in a team-based work
environment, you are invited to submit an Application to Join the College
Staff. Requirements for this position include the following: an
undergraduate degree in business, industrial technology or related field;
3-5 years of management experience, preferably in a craft or related
industry; fiscal management expertise; abilities in the areas of product
design and development, oversight of production and production scheduling,
and the warehousing, distribution and sale of high quality crafts products
(Woodcraft, Weaving, Ceramic, Broomcraft and Wrought Iron). Additionally,
this position will be responsible for the long range business planning of
the crafts program and the development of successful student learning

Qualified candidates should apply immediately by obtaining and completing an
Application to Join the College Staff. Applications are available in the
People Services Department, Suite 100, Fairchild Hall, on the Berea College
Campus, by calling the People Services Department at 985-3070 or 985-3050 or
may be obtained on-line at Completed applications may be
mailed to People Services, CPO 2189, Berea, KY 40404 or faxed to
859-985-3911. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue
until the position is filled.

Berea College, in light of its mission in the tradition of impartial love
and social equality, welcomes all peoples of the earth to learn and work
here. Employment decisions are based on training, education and experience
related to the requirements of the job. All applicants for employment are
considered without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual
orientation, national origin, age or disability.

Message forwarded by:
Vince Pitelka
Appalachian Center for Craft, Tennessee Technological University
Smithville TN 37166, 615/597-6801 x111,