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Admission Counselor

Out of State Territory

Position Overview: This position is responsible for the recruitment of undergraduate students into the academic programs offered at Lincoln College, with an emphasis on the associate and bachelor degree programs offered at the campus in Lincoln, IL. This position will be based at the campus in Lincoln, IL, and will be focused primarily on a recruitment territory which includes travel to Indiana and Wisconsin, as well as the responsibility to manage the inquiry/applicant pool for prospective students from other states outside of Illinois.

General Description: Meet with prospective students, family members, high school counselors, and representatives of other organizations in person to provide information about Lincoln College programs. Contact prospective students via telephone, e-mail, and mail. Provide excellent customer service. Conduct admission interviews and build professional relationships with respective audiences. Compile and analyze admission data. Plan and participate in campus events sponsored by the Office of Admissions.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Excellent oral and written communication skills, willingness to travel for selected recruitment events, some evening and weekend hours required. Good computer skills required. The successful candidate must possess a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and be able to pass a criminal background check. College admissions or marketing experience preferred.

Essential Job Responsibilities:
1. Manage specific recruitment objectives including headcount and conversion rate goals.
2. Implement, monitor, and manage regular communication plan with prospective students, applicants, accepted students, deposited students and their family members.
3. Plan and participate in admission events both on- and off-campus.
4. Use the College’s computer information system to monitor and follow-up with inquiries and applicants.
5. Coordinate campus visit experiences of prospective students and their family members.
6. Work effectively with academic coaches, financial aid professionals, and residence life professionals to ensure a smooth transition from inquiry to enrolled student.
7. Ability to work some evenings and weekends and willingness to travel to selected locations.
8. Respect the confidential nature of information provided by students and family members.
9. Complete assignments in a timely fashion.
Start Date: As Soon As Possible

This is a full time position with benefits that include health, dental and life insurance, LTD, 403B plan and vacation time.

To apply for this position, please send letter, resume, and names of three references to:
Office of Admissions
Attn: Linda Oliver
300 Keokuk Street
Lincoln, Illinois 62656
217-732-3155
Email: loliver@lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Lincoln College invites qualified candidates to apply for the position of Assistant Director of Financial Aid. This position reports to the Director of Financial Aid in fulfillment of the college’s mission. Primary responsibilities are: 1) Provide outstanding service to students, colleagues, and the general public; 2) Serve a primary role in the disbursement and return of Title IV funds; 3) Train and support Financial Aid Counselors in processes related to application for, processing of, and awarding of student financial aid, including functions related to financial management, and counseling outreach. The ideal candidate will have experience in financial aid and a desire to work in a student focused environment.

Responsibilities
• Providing outstanding service to Lincoln College students and other internal and external customers.
• Mentor and train financial aid staff (professional and student workers); provide direction to financial aid counselors in relationship to individual decision making; coordinate daily function of the Financial Aid Office and staff, including overseeing reviewing and awarding of all financial aid files.
• Coordinate and oversee funds transfer process/disbursements, the Pell reporting process, and the Return to Title IV process.
• Utilize professional judgment to determine special circumstances of students’ current financial situations; evaluate and make recommendations for students requesting exceptions to current policies; and evaluate and make decision regarding satisfactory academic progress appeals, including suspensions, second degree appeals, maximum hours, and unusual enrollment history.
• Collaborate with other departments, including Admissions and Student Accounts, to provide the compliant delivery of aid to students.
• Counsel students and parents regarding financial aid process. Present financial aid seminars.
• Assist the Director of Financial Aid in the review and updating of policies and procedures to ensure institutional compliance with all federal, state, and institutional regulations. Make recommendations for policy changes to ensure compliance with regulations.
• Remain up-to-date on government regulations by attending financial aid seminars, conferences, and workshops, communicating with the Department of Education, lending institutions, and other outside agencies as needed to ensure compliance with all regulations as related to financial aid funding.
• Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree required, master’s preferred; minimum of three years’ experience in a higher education financial aid office required; experience with Jenzabar and working with diverse populations desired.
• Computer Skills: Knowledge of Microsoft Office Software (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word). Ability to learn to operate College-specific software and applications.
• Ability to work with continuous attention to detail in composing, typing, and proofreading material. Ability to establish priorities and meet deadlines while effectively managing time. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment with a demonstrated ability to multi-task. Must have a thorough understanding of financial aid processes and related federal regulations.
This is a full-time, benefit eligible, administrative position. A criminal background check will be required upon pending offer of position.
For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form http://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/Employment-Application.pdf and submit a resume, cover letter and a list of three (3) professional references to Sara Schwantz Director of Human Resources Lincoln College 300 Keokuk Street Lincoln, IL. 62656 Or by email to: sschwantz@lincolncollege.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.


Head Wrestling Coach/Fitness Center Manager

Lincoln College is a small, private, liberal arts residential institution located in Lincoln, Illinois. The college is currently seeking a full-time Head Men’s Wrestling Coach to begin March 1, 2016 or on a mutually agreed-upon date. The Head Wrestling Coach/Fitness Center Manager will report to the Athletic Director.

Qualifications: Candidate must possess a minimum of a baccalaureate degree, 3 years of coaching experience at the college level, along with strong communication and organizational skills. The eligible candidate must also be competitive, self-motivated and results oriented.

Coaching Responsibilities
• Actively recruit qualified student-athletes that will bring a positive image to Lincoln College
• Must be versed in the rules and regulations of the college sport
• Knowledgeable of rules regarding college eligibility and recruiting and remain compliant with NJCAA regulations
• Schedule and develop constructive and beneficial wrestling practices
• Ensure the eligibility of student athletes
• Responsible for creating and maintaining the sport budget
• Oversee the management of all equipment purchasing, distribution, inventory, and repairs
• Hire qualified assistant coaching staff
• Responsible for scheduling the fall and spring seasons
• Secure officials contracts for all home competitions
• Arrange all travel, lodging, and meals for the wrestling program for away competitions (in conjunction with the Athletic Director)
• Other administrative duties as assigned.

Fitness Center Manager
• Maintenance and safety checks of the equipment and the fitness center
• Maintain records of maintenance done on all exercise machines
• Hire, schedule and manage support staff
• Track fitness center usage
• Handle complaints and incidents
• Communication with the public and patrons regarding hours of operation
• Responsible for development and implementation of programing
• Enforce safety rules
• Oversee public memberships and the promotion of membership.

This is a full-time, benefit eligible, administrative position. A criminal background check will be required upon pending offer of position.

Please send completed application, resume and a list of three personal references to dklemm@lincolncollege.edu or mail to:
Lincoln College
Dave Klemm, Athletic Director
300 Keokuk St.
Lincoln, IL 62656

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer



Criminal Justice Studies – Lead Faculty

Lincoln College invites applicants to apply for a tenure-track faculty position in the Criminal Justice Studies Program. Located in Lincoln, Illinois, Lincoln College-Lincoln is a private, bachelor degree granting college. Lincoln College, chartered in 1865, is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.

Position Overview: Reporting to the Language, Humanities, and Social Sciences Division Chair, the Lead Faculty- Criminal Justice Studies position is a full-time, tenure-track faculty position which includes (a) teaching in a learner-centered environment, (b) administrative duties in the academic department related to the hiring, evaluation, and supervision of Criminal Justice Studies faculty members, (c) academic and curricular responsibilities at Lincoln College including service on the Academic Committee and programmatic student learning outcomes assessment, and (d) active academic program scholarship, student advisement, and participation in service activities.
Candidate Qualifications and Experience:
Qualifications: A master’s degree is required. A doctorate in Criminal Justice Studies or a related field is preferred; however, consideration may be given to candidates who are within one year of completing their doctorate. Three years’ experience of learner centered instruction at the college-level is also preferred.

Experience: The successful candidate will be energetic, creative, and will have a strong commitment to teaching in a learner-centered environment and assisting in enrollment growth initiatives for the Criminal Justice Studies Program. The successful candidate will have the following:
• evidence of successful undergraduate teaching of diverse student populations;
• experience teaching a variety of Criminal Justice Studies courses,
• experience with Criminal Justice Studies curriculum and assessment of student learning outcomes,
• experience with academic advising including the ability to provide academic and career advice to students, and
• the ability to work well in a small, collegial environment.

Position Requirements: The teaching load for this 9-month position is 21 credits/academic year. The balance of the workload will be administration including participation in curriculum development, program learning outcomes assessment, and hiring, evaluation, and supervision of adjunct faculty members. This position will also include Criminal Justice Studies faculty oversight at the College’s branch campus located in Normal, Il.

Application Process and Materials: For full consideration, submit the following as an e-mail attachments to Mrs. Michelle Baldwin, Dean of Faculty and Instruction, at mbaldwin@lincolncollege.edu: a cover letter addressing the expected qualifications in this announcement, a curriculum vitae, contact information, including e-mail addresses and phone numbers for at least three academic/professional references, and unofficial copies of transcripts (official transcripts will be required if offered the position).

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Sport Management – Lead Faculty

Lincoln College invites applicants to apply for a tenure-track faculty position in the Sport Management Program. Located in Lincoln, Illinois, Lincoln College-Lincoln is a private, baccalaureate degree granting college. Lincoln College, chartered in 1865, is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
Position Overview: Reporting to the Business Programs Division Chair, the Lead Faculty- Sport Management position is a full-time, tenure-track faculty position which includes (a) teaching in a learner-centered environment, (b) administrative duties in the academic department related to the hiring, evaluation, and supervision of Sport Management faculty members, (c) academic and curricular responsibilities at Lincoln College including service on the Academic Committee and programmatic student learning outcomes assessment, and (d) active academic program scholarship, student advisement, and participation in service activities.
Candidate Qualifications and Experience:
Qualifications: A doctorate in Sport Management or a related field is required; however, consideration may be given to candidates who are within one year of completing their doctorate. Three years experience of learner-centered instruction at the college level is also preferred. Candidate must be able to pass a criminal background check.

Experience: The successful candidate will be energetic, creative, and will have a strong commitment to teaching in a learner-centered environment and assisting in enrollment growth initiatives for the Sport Management Program. The successful candidate will have the following:
• evidence of successful undergraduate teaching of diverse student populations;
• experience teaching a variety of Sport Management courses;
• experience with Sport Management curriculum and assessment of student learning outcomes;
• experience with academic advising including the ability to provide academic and career advice to students; and,
• the ability to work well in a small, collegial environment.
Position Requirements: The teaching load for this 9-month position is 21 credits per academic year. The balance of the workload will be administration including participation in curriculum development, program learning outcomes assessment, and hiring, evaluation, and supervision of adjunct faculty members. This position will also include Sport Management faculty oversight at the College’s branch campus located in Normal, Il.

This is a full time position with benefits that include health, dental and life insurance, LTD, 403B plan and vacation time.
Application Process and Materials: For full consideration, submit the following as an e-mail attachments to Mrs. Michelle Baldwin, Dean of Faculty and Instruction, at mbaldwin@lincolncollege.edu: a cover letter addressing the expected qualifications in this announcement, a curriculum vitae, contact information, including e-mail addresses and phone numbers for at least three academic/professional references, and unofficial copies of transcripts (official transcripts will be required if offered the position).

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Academic Advisor

Under general direction, the Academic Advisor is responsible for managing an assigned caseload of students throughout the academic year; provides academic information and support to students during the registration process; explores various major and career options and works to improve the academic performance of Lincoln College students.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Personal Characteristics
• Knowledge of Lincoln College policies and procedures, academic requirements, campus resources, student life, and support services
• Sensitivity to the needs of a diverse student population, including minority and international students
• Interpersonal/human relations skills
• Ability to encourage and empower students to make their own decisions
• Ability to act as an advocate for both the student and the College
• Ability to identify students’ needs for support services in order to make appropriate referrals
• Ability to maintain confidentiality
• Ability to operate a personal computer and various software packages
• Ability to work a flexible schedule Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provides academic advising to prospective, new and returning students, individually or in groups, about college policies, programs of study, degree options and online resources tools.
• Proactively seeks out assigned advisees making certain to meet in person with advisees several times throughout each semester.
• Proactively seeks to engage with advisees outside of Academic Advising Office.
• Provides students with information about alternatives and possible consequences of academic decisions.
• Follows and explains College policies and procedures.
• Maintains current knowledge of all the degree and certificate programs.
• Works closely with staff offices across campus to connect students to academic, financial and personal support.
• Completes other advising duties as requested such as tracking retention, authorizing add/drops, and conducting degree audits. Keeps advising statistics, work schedule and other reporting documents up-to-date.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications-To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Required-Candidates must possess a Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution. Must have excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills to interact and communicate effectively with students, faculty and staff with regard to Lincoln College policies, procedures, guidelines, and standards. Must be results-oriented and able to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple activities. The ability to communicate effectively, prioritize work flow, work well with minimum supervision, and accept responsibility for total task completion is required.
Preferred-The ideal candidate will have experience in academic advisement and/or a desire to work in a student focused environment.
For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (http://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/Application-Form.pdf) and submit a resume, cover letter and a list of three (3) professional references to sboehler@lincolncollege.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Adjunct Faculty-Lincoln Campus

Lincoln College in Lincoln, Illinois is seeking adjunct professors for classes in the spring semester for the following courses:
COMPUTER SCIENCES: Business Applications for Microcomputers
CRIMINAL JUSTICE: Probation, Parole & Int. Sanction; Ethics in Criminal Justice;
Racism & the Criminal Justice System
MATH: *developmental courses
PSYCHOLOGY: Social Psychology; Developmental Psychology
SCIENCES: Medical Terminology
SPEECH: Fundamentals of Speech
THEATRE: Theatre Appreciation
Qualified candidates will hold a minimum of a master’s degree in the teaching discipline or a master’s degree outside the teaching discipline and 18 graduate hours in the teaching discipline.
*Developmental courses can be taught by candidates possessing a bachelor’s degree in the teaching discipline or a related field.

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable until hired) to:
Michelle Baldwin
Dean of Faculty & Instruction
Lincoln College
300 Keokuk
Lincoln, IL 62656
Or by email to mbaldwin@lincolncollege.edu

       Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 


Security Officer

Minimum Qualifications: • High School diploma; Associate of Bachelor Degree preferred • 21 years of age or older • Possess a valid driver’s license • Must be able to pass Criminal background check Other Skills and Knowledge Required (applicable to all Security Staff) • Possess strong communication skills, both verbally and written in English. • Demonstrate ability to exercise good judgments and make decisions under pressure that are appropriate and in accordance with rules, regulations, and policies. • Demonstrate ability to work cooperatively and courteously with all segments of the College. • Develop and maintain a strong working knowledge of the College grounds and buildings and the location and operation of all alarm systems. • Develop and apply knowledge of all College rules and regulations, security operational procedures; and city, state and federal statutes. Physical and Cognitive Demands (applicable to all Security Staff) • Requires the ability to patrol the campus on foot and give chase, apprehend and detain an individual (should it be required). • Requires the ability to climb stairs, manually lock and unlock campus buildings, stand or sit for long periods of time inside or outside in all types of weather, day or night. • Requires the ability to respond in a quick and timely manner to fire and burglar alarms, emergency situations and upon arrival provide the required services. • Requires the ability to interpret the rules and regulations of the College in all situations, weighing the security and safety needs of the College with each situation, and reacting in an appropriate manner, based on established response protocols for the Student Affairs division. Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Dean of Students, the Security Office will be responsible for the following: Essential Security Staff Job Functions (applicable to all Security staff) • Enforces the rules and regulations of the College as well as city, state, and federal statutes. • Responsible for the security and safety of the college buildings, students, faculty, staff, and guests. • Emergency response for personal injuries, fire and burglar alarms and request for services when needed. • Serve in on call emergency duty rotation with other full time security staff members. • Active in crime prevention, detection, investigation, and protection. • Responsible for openings, closings, and access control of all college buildings. • Patrol college property and grounds throughout entire assigned work hours. • Provide security for special events (e.g. Commencement, Move-in Days, etc.) • Enforces campus parking policies and coordinates vehicle registration for faculty/staff, students, and guests. • Writes and submits reports in a professional and timely fashion. • Provides escorts as needed. • Provides miscellaneous services when requested: such as office lockouts, room lockouts, and vehicle lockouts, etc. • Other duties as assigned. To apply, submit letter of application, resume, and three professional references to: Sara Schwantz Director of Human Resources Lincoln College 300 Keokuk Street Lincoln, IL. 62656 Or by email to: sschwantz@lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 



Director of ABE Faculty

Position Overview:
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Center for Adult Learning, this position is responsible for effectively managing recruitment, hiring, development, and training of adjunct faculty members in the College’s Accelerated Bridge to Education (ABE) delivery modality in Normal, IL with additional sites in Peoria and Oglesby. Primary Purpose: Build a teaching and learning community of credentialed and quality ABE faculty.
General Description:
Develop and implement adjunct faculty training and certification for teaching accelerated hybrid courses according to the Lincoln College model for accelerated teaching and learning delivery. Develop and maintain an active adjunct faculty hiring pool to ensure qualified and quality instruction in the ABE delivery modality. Provide supervision and guidance for ABE faculty members regarding assessment, curriculum, Lincoln College academic policy, and andragogy. Maintain currency in accelerated hybrid adult-learning teaching methodologies.

Qualifications:
Master’s degree required, doctoral degree preferred. Five years experience teaching at the college level (or experience with instructional design) with extensive experience in hybrid/blended learning environments; previous experience teaching accelerated courses strongly preferred. Excellent organizational skills with the ability to work independently, set priorities, and complete assignments in a timely manner. Communicate best practices in instructional design utilizing adult learning theories to faculty members across various disciplines. Experience working with curriculum, assessment, and oversight of faculty members. Higher education experience implementing and delivering faculty development opportunities. Must possess strong analytical, problem solving, and decision making skills. Must possess a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a criminal background check. This position requires evening work until 7:00 p.m. at least three nights per week.

Salary is commensurate with experience. This is a full time, benefit eligible position.

Responsibilities:
ABE Adjunct Faculty Development (All site locations)
1. Develop, implement, and maintain an effective ABE faculty development program including:
a. Assessing, adjusting, and implementing the ABE faculty certification for accelerated hybrid learning for all sites. Reporting successful completion of certification to the Business Office.
b. Creating and maintaining an active ABE faculty development program for adjunct faculty in the ABE program.
c. Developing a “resource” library for teaching and learning (e.g., e-resources, library, presentations, etc.) development of ABE faculty.
2. Plan, develop, and implement the ABE faculty workshops in the fall and spring semesters (including ABE faculty orientations).
3. Make periodic recommendations for allocation of resources for ABE adjunct faculty. Development, recognition, and awards for ABE faculty excellence.
4. Develop and implement methods for promoting “best practices” in accelerated hybrid teaching and andragogy.
5. Network (where appropriate) with other institutions of higher education offering faculty development and the scholarship of teaching and learning opportunities.
ABE Adjunct Faculty Hiring and Supervision (All site locations)
1. Make faculty assignments for all ABE courses at all site locations according to the established course schedule.
2. Develop and maintain an ABE adjunct faculty pool of credentialed, qualified, and quality accelerated learning faculty members.
3. Create and implement “best practices” in assessing potential accelerated adjunct faculty for the purposes of hiring.
4. Observe and evaluate ABE adjunct faculty including:
a. New faculty hires when they first teach a course.
b. Returning ABE adjunct faculty at least once a year.
c. Reviewing and communicating with ABE adjunct faculty results and/or areas of improvement from student course evaluations.
d. Reviewing and assessing ABE faculty course syllabi according to curricular requirements and the adopted accelerated learning syllabus template.
e. Recruit and train experienced ABE faculty to conduct peer observations of continuing ABE faculty.
ABE Adjunct Faculty participation in Lincoln College teaching practices and policies
1. Run all ABE faculty meetings to remain current with College policies and procedures, assist in making recommendations for curricular or programmatic change, and integrate ABE adjunct faculty into the Lincoln College teaching community.
2. Attend all faculty meetings to remain current on issues affecting Lincoln College faculty and to communicate such issues to ABE adjunct faculty.
3. Conduct three ABE adjunct faculty meetings each academic year (one in each ABE semester).
4. Distribute master syllabi for courses, ensure minimum requirements of programmatic learning outcomes are delivered and met in all classes, and evaluate subject-area content in course delivery and instruction.
5. Coordinate the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) program for Lincoln College and ABE students.
6. Maintain the ABE Faculty Group in the Learning Management System used by the College.
7. Communicate to ABE adjunct faculty McKinstry Library resources and research sources for incorporation into college coursework.
8. Communicate the College-wide GELO (General Education Learning Outcomes) assessment program to ABE adjunct faculty members.
9. Enforce College and ABE Program academic policies with instructors and students.
10. Respond appropriately and timely to student concerns involving ABE adjunct faculty members.
11. Assist with implementation and administration of the Learning Management System.
The evaluation of candidates begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

Items to Include:
Cover Letter
Resume/CV
Unofficial graduate transcript
Names and contact information for three professional references

Contact Information: Send application materials to:

Vance Laine
Executive Director, Center for Adult Learning
Lincoln College
715 W. Raab Rd
Normal, IL 61761
(309) 268-4355
Electronic Submission: vlaine@lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Health Services Administration – Lead Faculty

Lincoln College-Normal invites applicants to apply for a tenure-track faculty position in the Health Services Administration Program. Located in Normal, Illinois, Lincoln College-Normal is a private, baccalaureate degree granting college and is a branch campus of Lincoln College, in Lincoln, Illinois. Lincoln College, chartered in 1865, is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
Position Overview: Reporting to the Business Programs Division Chair, the Lead Faculty- Health Services Administration position is a full-time, tenure-track faculty position which includes (a) teaching in a learner-centered environment, (b) administrative duties in the academic department related to the hiring, evaluation, and supervision of Adjunct faculty members, (c) academic and curricular responsibilities at Lincoln College including service on the Academic Committee and programmatic student learning outcomes assessment, and (d) active academic program scholarship, student advisement, and participation in service activities.
Candidate Qualifications and Experience:
Qualifications: A doctorate in Health Services Administration or a related field is required; however, consideration may be given to candidates who are within one year of completing their doctorate. Three years experience of learner-centered instruction at the college level is also preferred. Candidate must be able to pass a criminal background check.

Experience: The successful candidate will be energetic, creative, and will have a strong commitment to teaching in a learner-centered environment and assisting in enrollment growth initiatives for the Health Services Administration Program. The successful candidate will have the following:
• evidence of successful undergraduate teaching of diverse student populations, including accelerated and hybrid learning models;
• experience teaching a variety of Health Services Administration courses;
• experience with Health Services Administration curriculum and assessment of student learning outcomes;
• experience with academic advising including the ability to provide academic and career advice to students; and,
• the ability to work well in a small, collegial environment.
Position Requirements: The teaching load for this 9-month position is 21 credits per academic year. The balance of the workload will be administration including participation in curriculum development, program learning outcomes assessment, and hiring, evaluation, and supervision of adjunct faculty members.
This is a full time position with benefits that include health, dental and life insurance, LTD, 403B plan and vacation time.
Application Process and Materials: For full consideration, submit the following as an e-mail attachments to Mrs. Michelle Baldwin, Dean of Faculty and Instruction, at mbaldwin@lincolncollege.edu: a cover letter addressing the expected qualifications in this announcement, a curriculum vitae, contact information, including e-mail addresses and phone numbers for at least three academic/professional references, and unofficial copies of transcripts (official transcripts will be required if offered the position).

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Security Officer – Part Time

Lincoln College – Normal Campus

The Office of Residential and Student Life at Lincoln College-Normal invites applications for the part-time position of Security Officer. Division:                               Student Affairs Position type:                       12 month, part-time Reporting to:                         Coordinator of Campus Security Position availability:             Open until filled Requirements:                      The successful applicant must have: Minimum Qualifications

Other Skills and Knowledge Required (applicable to all Security staff)

Physical and Cognitive Demands (applicable to all Security staff)

Responsibilities:   Under the supervision of the Coordinator of Campus Security, the Security Officer will be responsible for the following: Essential Security Staff Job Functions (applicable to all Security staff)

Additional Security Staff Job Functions (applicable to all Security staff)

To apply, please submit letter of application, resume, and three professional references to: Coordinator of Campus Security Lincoln College-Normal 715 W. Raab Rd. Normal, IL  61761 Or by email to:  jdavis@lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 


Adjunct Faculty in the ABE program

The Accelerated Bridge to Education offers five week hybrid classes to working adults in Normal, at IVCC in Oglesby, and beginning in January, 2016 at ICC’s North Campus in Peoria. The following adjunct faculty positions are available:

Accounting – Master’s degree in Accounting or master’s degree in Business or related field with active CPA license

Economics – Master’s degree in Economics or a master’s with 18 graduate hours in Economics

Health Services Administration – Master’s degree in Health Services Administration or Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in Health Services Administration

Research Methods – Master’s degree that includes 18 graduate semester hours of research methodology coursework including statistics or quantitative research courses

Supply Chain and Logistics Management – MBA or Master’s degree in Supply Chain/Logistics, Operations Management, or Production Management or Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in Supply Chain/Logistics, Operations Management, or Production Management.

Online or hybrid teaching experience preferred. E-mail your vita and unofficial graduate transcripts to Vance Laine, Executive Director of the Center for Adult Learning, at vlaine@lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Adjunct Faculty

Lincoln College in Normal, Illinois is seeking adjunct professors for classes in the spring semester for the following courses:

COMPUTER SCIENCES: Bus. Apps for Microcomputers

CRIMINAL JUSTICE: Introduction to Criminal Justice; Women in Criminal Justice;
Criminal Law II; Counseling in Criminal Justice;
Probation, Parole, & Int. Sanctions; Constitutional Law II;
Homeland Security

BUSINESS: Management Information Systems; Business Law

MATH: Elementary Statistics

MUSIC: Music Appreciation

PSYCHOLOGY: Abnormal Psychology

SCIENCES: Geology; Environmental Biology

SPORT MANAGEMENT: Sociology of Sport; Sport Law/Risk Management in Sport;
Financial Issues in Sport; Sport and Event Facility Management

Qualified candidates will hold a minimum of a master’s degree in the teaching discipline or a master’s degree outside the teaching discipline and 18 graduate hours in the teaching discipline.
*Developmental courses can be taught by candidates possessing a bachelor’s degree in the teaching discipline or a related field.

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable until hired) to:
Michelle Baldwin
Dean of Faculty & Instruction
Lincoln College
300 Keokuk
Lincoln, IL 62656
Or by email to mbaldwin@lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer