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Assistant Technical Director

Birmingham-Southern College seeks an Assistant Technical Director. The ATD manages the theatre shops and its student workers, while ensuring compliance with production schedule timelines, and evaluating progress for all scenic projects. This position also assists the Technical Director, in overseeing the completion of the scenery, lights, and other technology areas for College productions.

High School diploma required, college degree preferred (specifically BA or BFA) with at least three years' experience working in a position without direct supervision. The ideal candidate will possess skills in carpentry, stationary and hand-powered equipment, finishing and rigging of theatre scenery, sculpting and painting techniques and prior theatre technology experience. Knowledge of industry standard CAD software a plus. To view a full job description, please click here.

Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest with salary requirements, BSC application, resume and three professional references to: BSC complies with the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 and E-Verify. EOE.

Coordinator of Financial Planning

Birmingham-Southern College has an opening for a Coordinator of Financial Planning. The Coordinator of Financial Planning's duties include coordination of office workflow, communications, managing the work study students assigned to the Office of Financial Planning, and administering the State grant, tuition exchange and external scholarships programs. This position provides front-line, direct customer service and has a key role in assisting students and parents in understanding the financial planning process.

Bachelor's degree required. Prior experience working in a financial aid office is strongly preferred. Successful office and organizational experience is required. Basic math and computer skills are a must. Working knowledge of basic tax forms preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills including telephone and email techniques and etiquette are needed. Computer proficiency, including efficient and accurate data entry and retrieval, is required as well as experience with Microsoft Office suite programs, in particular, Excel.

Qualified candidates should complete the Application for Employment, send a letter of interest with contact information for three professional references, salary requirements, and resume to: BSC complies with the Alabama Child Protection Act and E-Verify. EOE.

Director of Annual Giving

Birmingham-Southern College has an immediate opening for Director of Annual Giving. 

The Director of Annual Giving leads the College in the planning, implementation and assessment of a significant growth effort for unrestricted annual support from alumni and from other funding sources through measured, quantitative programmatic steps leading to growth and sustainability.

The Director of Annual Giving will develop and execute an annual giving program that will result in year-over-year growth for the program and a successful stream of projectable, predictable unrestricted income for the college, incorporating the following elements: direct mail, phonathon, alumni leadership, electronic channels, class agents, and reunion giving. The Director will work with both the Director of Alumni Affairs and the Director of Advancement Services to advance departmental goals and to provide accurate reporting to all audiences.  The Director will supervise and develop the growth and direction of the giving societies of BSC.

Excellent oral and written communication skills and strong interpersonal skills required.  Computer proficiency and ability to create and interpret reports.  Ability to travel as needed.  Creativity and understanding necessary for working with volunteers of varying ages and experience levels; strong analytical skills; proven ability in protecting confidentiality of donors, volunteers, employees and program elements essential.

Bachelor's degree and a minimum of five years in applicable experience.   Experience in managing annual fundraising program elements, preferably in the context of campaigns or in the face of significant growth.  Proven successful experience managing volunteers, students and other professionals.

Qualified applicants should submit a BSC application and current resume to BSC complies with the Child Protection Act and E-Verify.  EOE.

Graduate Coordinator of Student Activities

Birmingham-Southern College is currently seeking a Graduate Activity Coordinator. The Graduate Activity Coordinator position is a 20 hour per week position for full-time graduate students. The primary function of this position is to assist the Student Life team with programming and advising student groups to produce effective activities and events that are developmental in nature and provide a great outside-of-class experience for students. Supervised by the Assistant Director of Student Life and the Assistant Direct of Student Activities, the Graduate Area Coordinator is responsible for advising the Quest II Student Programming Board.

To be eligible for employment, you must be a degree-seeking graduate student, preferably in a higher education program; therefore, an undergraduate degree is required for consideration. Prior student activity experience is required. The successful candidate will have the ability to interact and communicate with a diverse group of people, work cooperatively on a team, identify and respond to the needs of a student population. The Graduate Activity Coordinator is hired for an academic year, with job responsibilities beginning on or after August 1 and ending May 31.


  • On-campus Apartment (available during summer months as well)
  • Monthly stipend ($1,000 / month for 10 months)
  • Partial Tuition Remission ($2,500 / academic year)
  • Parking & Access to recreation facility

You may view the complete job description here.

Qualified applicants should submit an Application for Employment, a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references to: BSC complies with the Child Protection Act & Everify. EOE.

IT Project Manager

Birmingham-Southern College has an opening for an IT Project Manager. The Project Manager is responsible for planning, executing, and evaluating IT projects according to predetermined timelines and budgets. This position manages the Technology Proposal System that feeds into the college's budget process including receiving all proposals, meeting with submitters to discuss technology needs, conducting research and gathering pricing, and implementing all projects that gain approval. The Project Manager is also responsible for fostering interdepartmental communication and communication between IT and the rest of campus regarding projects that span multiple departments. The Project Manager also supports the Assistant VP in maintaining, monitoring, and troubleshooting a large complex enterprise network and associated security.

Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Business or related field and two years of experience and or training in project management is required. Must have demonstrated excellent customer service skills and maintain a positive and professional image. Excellent time management and organizational skills are also required.

Qualified applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and BSC application to:

BSC complies with the Alabama Child Protection Act. EOE.

Registrar of the College

Birmingham-Southern College is pleased to announce a Registrar of the College position beginning immediately.

Located in Birmingham, Alabama, BSC is a four-year, private institution that consistently has been identified in recent years as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country for its academic quality and its value. The college currently enrolls 1,275 undergraduate students and is a sheltering institution for a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. For more on the college's talented faculty and students, educational mission, and national reputation, visit

Birmingham-Southern College seeks an individual who possesses the ability to provide leadership and oversight for the development, implementation, security, and management of activities and systems related to academic records, student registration, commencement, and academic scheduling.

The Registrar supervises an Assistant Registrar and a Records Manager while working in collaboration with a Degree Audit Specialist and other personnel in Academic Affairs. The Registrar also sits as a member of the Provost's Cabinet which considers broad issues of academic policy and procedure. The Registrar is responsible for submitting accurate and timely data to a variety of off-campus sources including the Financial Aid Clearinghouse, NCAA, IPEDS, and others.

The successful candidate will have a Master's degree and a minimum of five years of experience in higher education and in student records; previous work experience at an institution accredited by SACS-COC preferred. A solid foundation in information technology systems is required in conjunction with a full knowledge of and ability to work with Ellucian Colleague data systems and the ability to teach such skills as appropriate to staff and faculty. The ability to supervise office staff and communicate effectively with faculty, staff, and students is vital to the success of this role.

Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application describing work experience and areas of expertise, curriculum vitae, copies of graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to

BSC complies with the Alabama Child Protection Act and Everify. EOE.

Site Services Technician

Birmingham-Southern College has an immediate opening for Site Services Technician in the Operations department. The Technician is responsible for set-up of campus events in a timely and professional manner. This position will also handle tracking and delivery of campus packages and assist Maintenance Technicians as needed.  High school diploma or equivalent is required.  Experience in inventory control, customer service, or management preferred. Valid driver's license and ability to lift 50 pound is required.

Qualified candidates should send a BSC application and resume to:

BSC complies with the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 and E-Verify. EOE.

Vice President for Enrollment Management

Birmingham-Southern College seeks an experienced enrollment management professional with exceptional strategic and collaborative leadership skills for the position of Vice President for Enrollment Management. The vice president will lead strategic recruitment processes, including efforts to grow enrollments and provide leadership for the communication of the image of the college. The vice president will supervise the Assistant Vice President for Admission and the Director of Financial Planning, will have direct oversight of the admission and student financial aid functions, and will play a key role in retention initiatives across the college. The Vice President for Enrollment Management reports to the President.

The successful candidate will be knowledgeable about current thinking and practices in student recruitment and financial aid; have decision-making experience in complex organizations; have demonstrated capacity to lead and supervise a diverse portfolio of human and fiscal resources; and, a proven passion of and commitment to the value of diversity and the mission of a liberal arts college. The vice president will work across campus units and externally to solidify and implement BSC's strategic enrollment plan. He/she will be student centered and will possess analytic and technological depth, an eye for the possible, and a proven capacity for embedding enrollment within institutional values and aspirations. The vice president must possess a deep understanding of, passion for, and ability to articulate the benefits of a liberal arts education. He/she will also possess superior interpersonal communication skills, a collaborative leadership style, highly-attuned motivational abilities, and exemplary personal and professional integrity.

Qualified candidate must possess a bachelor's degree, advanced degree preferred, and have a minimum of ten years of experience in increasingly responsible admission and financial planning positions. At least five of those years must have been in a leadership role where organizational strategy and responsibility for organizational performance resides. Applicants should be willing to travel and work flexible hours to include evenings and weekends.

Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application describing work experience and areas of expertise, resume/curriculum vitae, copies of graduate transcripts, and names and contact information for three professional references to

BSC complies with the Alabama Child Protection Act and Everify. EOE.