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Careers at South Hills

If you want to join an organization that is truly changing peoples’ lives, South Hills could be just the place for you!

There are many things about South Hills that make it a smart choice for students, but our employees can tell you that it's also a great place to work. Our faculty and staff enjoy the benefits and advantages of working in a smaller setting that enables them to know each other on a personal level and encourages team building that ultimately enhances the quality of service to our students. The South Hills team works well together and genuinely cares for our students' welfare.

South Hills is full of enthusiastic, passionate, committed people - employees and students alike!

Status Update Issued on September 4, 2020

The Custodial Staff Member position has been filled.

We received many resumes for this position and, after careful consideration, we've made our selection. Competition for jobs at South Hills School of Business & Technology is always strong, and we often have to make difficult choices between many high-caliber candidates.

Thank you to everyone who applied for your interest in a career at South Hills and best of luck with your job search.

Faculty Openings

Software Development & Programming Program Coordinator/Instructor

Date Announced: 06/09/2020
Campus/Location: State College, PA
Full/Part-time: Full-time

Summary: South Hills School of Business & Technology is looking for a full-time Software Development & Programming (SDP) Program Coordinator/Instructor at our State College Main Campus beginning Fall 2020.

Duties: As a Program Coordinator, the candidate will not only teach SDP classes, but also mentor and advise students, work with them to secure internships in the community, update curriculum, and work with the Software Development & Programming program advisory committee. In addition, the Program Coordinator will partner with the school’s admissions team to strengthen recruitment of qualified students. The individual should possess strong organizational skills and good attention to detail. Enthusiasm for the IT field and a desire to see others realize their full potential a MUST!

Requirements: A minimum of three years of work experience in the IT field, with a strong foundation of knowledge in software engineering methodologies, application development best practices and IT project management. Proficiency in SQL and at least three (3) of the following: C/C++, C#, Java, Javascript, PHP, Python. Experience with development on both Unix/Linux AND Windows platforms preferred. Working knowledge of either Kotlin or Swift (or both) preferred. Teaching experience strongly preferred. Minimum of associate degree required, bachelor’s degree preferred.

This is not a remote position.

To Apply: Send cover letter and résumé (with evidence of work experience) to Susan Vidmar, Director of Education, at: