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Director of Institutional Effectiveness

Classification/Status: Exempt/Full-time

Reports to: Vice President of Academic Affairs

Supervises: Student workers

Job Summary
The position requires management of a comprehensive body of data utilized by the institution’s decision-makers, especially as related to assessment, planning, and institutional research. Responsibilities include using the institution’s information system (Jenzabar) and analytical software, such as SPSS and Excel, and other programs to create required external reports and data files; perform data analysis; maintain and report data from internal surveys and evaluations; create internal reports, dashboards, and an institutional fact book; and interpret data in written narrative, tables, and executive summaries.

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Works closely with senior administration, faculty, and staff to ensure data integrity and provide accurate, timely, and relevant data for internal use, mandatory federal reports, and external agencies and data exchange groups.
2. Coordinates all aspects of a comprehensive program of internal reporting and analysis, external reporting, and survey administration in support of institutional planning, assessment and decision-making to identify opportunities for improvement in planning, retention, enrollment, and staffing as needed.
3. Oversee the collection, analysis and reporting of a wide variety of data to determine trends, cycles, and underlying factors that impact institutional effectiveness.
4. Hires, supervises and trains assistants, completes all associated personnel and budget actions in a timely manner, and maintains an office with a high degree of responsiveness.
5. Coordinates and oversees a variety of both ad hoc and ongoing, longitudinal research projects and initiatives as needed.
6. Convenes groups for collaboration on reporting and data needs, and supports the development of a university vision for data support and decision-making.
7. Oversees the collection and organization of data for institutional research and reporting purposes.
8. Develops benchmarks, databases, dashboards, and other tools to support research, planning, compliance, and decision-making processes.
9. Supports the university reaccreditation process and assists campus units in meeting accreditation requirements.
10. Addresses institutional research efforts while ensuring compliance with applicable federal, state, and university policies, laws, and regulations.
11. Serves the entire university as a key, central resource for information and analysis in efforts to address institutional priorities, assessment of institutional performance, improve institutional outcomes, and promote the strategic priorities.
12. Chairs a Data Management Team to address data governance issues, develop data definitions, and establish data entry standards.
13. Assists Assessment Committee in measuring standards of academic progress, academic success and non-academic program outcomes, in keeping with accreditation standards.
14. Advises the VPAA on current issues within the university and prepares and delivers oral and written presentations for internal and external groups that helps create conversation, and is used to actuate positive change on campus and throughout higher education.
15. Facilitates a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds.
16. Actively pursues professional development, participates in relevant professional organizations and stays abreast of trends in institutional research, survey research, data management, predictive analytics, and business intelligence tools.
17. Oversee the completion of various surveys including Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System (IPEDS), U.S. News and World Report, Peterson’s Annual Survey, etc.
18. Support Title III grant activities with data analysis and serve on committees as requested.
19. Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experience
1. Master’s degree or higher in an appropriate field or a Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative discipline with at least 2 years relevant Institutional Research experience in higher education.
2. 2+ years of experience in research design, data collection and retrieval, and statistical analysis and reporting.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
1. Ability to communicate accurate, complex data, information and analytical results.
2. Knowledge of database management and software applications related to research interpretation and analysis and experience with relational databases.
3. Strong analytical, communication, research and presentation skills required with special attention to interaction with a diverse population.
4. Expert-level skill in Microsoft Excel.

Preferred
1. Experience working in higher education, preferably in an office of Institutional Research.
2. Experience developing surveys with an online survey-creation tool, such as Survey Monkey.

Work Environment
This position operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to handle or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

Candidates must pass a criminal background check prior to employment.

The evaluation of candidates begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

Application Instructions: For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf), a resume, and a cover letter to krobinson@lincolncollege.edu.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.


Facilities Services Supervisor

Classification/Status: Non-Exempt/Full Time

Reports to: Executive Director of Facilities Planning and Management

Supervises: Facilities Services Staff

Job Summary
Supervise and assist direct reports on the maintenance of a 50+ acre campus and college owned properties, athletic fields, and Creekside Outdoor Environmental Center grounds. Additional responsibilities include snow/ice removal, campus moves, deliveries, and event setups. Supervise and assist fleet/ grounds equipment maintenance. The position promotes all work in a safe manner using personal protective equipment (PPE).

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Coordinates, schedules, and participates in the day to day work activities (mowing, weed control, landscape maintenance, snow removal, roadway/sidewalk maintenance and fleet maintenance) of the groundskeepers, garage mechanics, and summer help.
2. Leads and trains facilities services crew and fleet mechanic.
3. Plan and schedule work requests.
4. Manage grounds and fleet inventories.
5. Learn and work with the automated work order system.
6. Assist Executive Director of Facilities Planning and Management with budget planning as it pertains to grounds maintenance and equipment.
7. Assist Executive Director of Facilities Planning and Management with facilities services performance reviews.
8. Oversee and participate in the use and application of fertilizer and pesticides.
9. Provide recommendations for corrective action on areas that need improvement
10. Performs medium and heavy manual labor.
11. Assists with snow and ice removal to provide safe ice-free walkways and roadway system for the campus community.
12. Supports deliveries, event setups and furniture moves.
13. Conduct schedule exterior grounds and property inspections
14. Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experiences
1. High School diploma or equivalent.
2. A minimum of three years’ supervisory experience with a minimum of two years’ experience in horticulture, grounds maintenance, snow removal or related field.
3. Maintain a valid Illinois driver’s license.
4. Must successfully acquire required CDL license.
5. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
1. Working knowledge of the methods and equipment used in grounds care and maintenance work.
2. Working knowledge of the methods of planting, cultivating and care of trees, shrubs, flowers, and turf grass.
3. Ability to be on call
4. Ability to occasionally work extended hours and weekends
5. Possess strong leadership and communication (verbal and written) skills
6. Ability to provide effective supervision of work force
7. Ability to perform daily physical labor in the field and lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
8. Demonstrated knowledge of principles, practices and procedures
9. Demonstrated customer service and strong organizational skills
10. Ability to effectively multi-tasks and prioritize in a fast-paced environment
11. Must be able to operate all grounds equipment and tools
12. Ability to maintain confidentiality

Work Environment
One must be capable of doing physically strenuous labor for long hours, occasionally in uncomfortable heat and cold conditions.

Physical Demands
The physical Demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
1. Ability to perform daily physical labor in the field and lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
2. Regularly operates a variety of power tools and equipment
3. Occasionally climb ladders and work off man-lift to access roof drains and gutters
4. Regularly uses close and distant vision
5. Regularly performs furniture moves and event setups
6. Works in a wide variety of environments as found in all areas of the college and college owned properties.
7. Must be able to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, reach with hands and arms, crawl, walk, push, pull, grasp, talk, and hear.

Candidates must pass a criminal background check prior to employment.

Candidates must live within a 30 minute commute of Lincoln College campus.

The evaluation of candidates begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

Application Instructions: For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf), a resume, and a cover letter to krobinson@lincolncollege.edu.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.


Custodian

Classification/Status: Non-Exempt/Full-time

Reports to: Supervisor of Custodial Services

Summary
Custodian responsibilities encompass the cleaning and sanitizing of a variety of spaces including but not limited to office buildings, classrooms, and residence halls.

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Perform custodial duties as required by designated facilities, to the cleaning standards set by management.
o Office cleaning
o Restroom cleaning
o Bathroom cleaning
o Floor maintenance
o Classroom cleaning
2. Operate custodian equipment.
3. Inspect and maintain custodial equipment.
4. Work with cleaning chemicals.
5. Support event setups
6. Support Athletic activities
7. Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experience
1. Have a minimum of 1 year experience in custodial duties
2. Must possess a valid Illinois driver’s license
3. Experience in the service industry providing excellent customer service.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
1. Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
2. Ability to work off ladders
3. Ability to work well with others in a team or independently.
4. Must be self- motivated and able to work with little supervision, doing the job independently.
5. Ability to maintain confidentiality
6. Ability to work evenings and weekends

Work Environment
One must be capable of doing physically strenuous labor for long hours, occasionally in uncomfortable heat.

Physical demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
1. Regularly operates a variety of custodial equipment
2. May climb ladders
3. Be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. while using proper lifting techniques.
4. Regularly uses close and distance vision.
5. Assist with event setups as necessary
6. Move resident hall furniture as necessary
7. Works in a wide variety of environments as found in all areas of the college and college owned properties.
8. Must be able to stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach with hands and arms, walk, push, pull, grasp, talk and hear.

Candidates must pass a criminal background check prior to employment.

Candidates must live within a 30 minute commute of the Lincoln College campus.

The evaluation of candidates begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

Application Instructions: For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf), a resume, and a cover letter to krobinson@lincolncollege.edu.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.


Development Officer

Classification/Status: Exempt/Full-time

Reports to: Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Job Summary
The Development Officer is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift prospects and donors. The Officer will be instrumental in developing relationships with alumni, parents, friends, and businesses to secure private funding through annual, special, and major gifts. Frequent travel is required. The Officer will also participate in campus-wide development projects/activities, special events, donor prospect research, equipment and special programs funding, and future campaigns.

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Qualify, cultivate, and solicit alumni, parents, friends, corporations and foundations for current and deferred gifts through annual and monthly action plans using moves management steps.
2. Maintain an average of 10 contacts per month, requiring a significant number of cold calls each week.
3. Track progress by preparing contact reports, electronic and hard copy updates to the prospect’s/donor’s records in an appropriate and timely fashion.
4. Work closely with the President, VPIA and Development team to prepare potential donors for solicitation.
5. Work directly with the VPIA in setting and achieving personal performance goals.
6. Provide written travel and actions plans.
7. Generate proposals and solicitation materials as needed.
8. Attend community events, participate in town/gown activities, help to steward current donors, and help to cultivate and attract new supporters to Lincoln College.
9. Develop and manage a portfolio of approximately 75 – 125 key prospects/donors for the purpose of soliciting unrestricted, project specific and planned major gifts.
10. Provide appropriate staffing for the President, Trustees, other administrators, and faculty at Advancement/Alumni events and other College activities.
11. Coordinate major giving activities with other development strategies i.e. annual and planned giving.
12. Perform other duties as required or assigned.

Required Education and Experience
1. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree
2. At least 5 years of major gift fundraising experience and/or relevant experience in sales and marketing or other related fields.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
1. Solid knowledge of PC systems and operations to ensure access and appropriate utilization of Lincoln College’s primary prospect-tracking software.
2. Exceptional organizational, written and verbal communication skills and the ability to prepare proposals, reports and correspondence are necessary.
3. A self-starter demonstrating initiative, creativity, and ability to think broadly but with an eye to details.
4. Requires travel and the ability to work frequent evenings and weekends.
5. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
6. The College values the demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse populations including alumni, staff, students, volunteers, and donors.
7. Ability to organize, establish priorities, set objectives and achieve stated goals; and the ability to adapt to change.

Preferred
1. An advanced degree
2. Familiarity with Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge software or similar fundraising constituent
relationship management system.
3. Planned giving experience is a plus.
4. LC alumna/us encouraged to apply.

Work Environment
This position operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment. You may be required to work occasional irregular hours, including some nights and weekends.

Physical Demands
While performing the duties of this job, you may be required to walk, stand, sit, reach with hands and arms, balance, stoop, speak with clarity, and have appropriate vision and hearing capabilities. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.

Candidates must pass a criminal background check prior to employment.

The evaluation of candidates begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Application Instructions: For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf), a resume, and a cover letter to krobinson@lincolncollege.edu.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.


Controller

Classification/Status: Exempt/Full-time

Reports to: Vice President for Finance and Administration

Supervises: Assistant Controller, Accounts Payable Clerk, Student Accounts Clerk, and Bookstore/Mailroom Manager

Job Summary
This position is a member of the Financial Services Team and works closely with the Vice President for Finance and Administration to ensure the accuracy of the College’s general ledger and budget development. The Controller manages and is responsible for the Business Office operations of the College including: accounting and financial reporting, college budgeting, accounts payable, receivables, receipts and operating expenses; assures compliance with all federal, state and local requirements; ensures safeguarding of college assets through internal controls; and provides administrative support to all College departments. Under the direction of the Vice President, the Controller coordinates with the College’s external auditors to prepare the annual audit.

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Ensure balance sheet accounts are reconciled and adjusted as needed.
2. Record year-end adjusting journal entries, close the ledgers, and prepare annual financial statements.
3. Collaborate with the auditors to deliver needed reports and analyses during the audit process.
4. Monitor and execute the internal control structure with necessary improvements and enhanced compliance.
5. Mange month-end close procedures and prepare monthly financial statements and interim financial reporting associated with the month-end process.
6. Coordinate, approve, and enter monthly journal entries.
7. Collect and input budget amounts annually as well as review and assist with monthly budget analysis.
8. Review and authorize expenditures.
9. Provide leadership, supervision, training, and evaluation for the Assistant Controller, Accounts Payable Clerk, Student Accounts Clerk, and Bookstore/Mailroom Manager.
10. Participate in tax reporting for Form 1098T and all 1099 forms.
11. Gather and provide tax reporting information to auditors annually for completion of Form 990 non-profit tax return.
12. Responsible for chart of accounts including adding accounts, inactivating accounts, and adding departments and object codes.
13. Coordinate the use of facilities by outside parties.
14. Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experience
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance.
2. A minimum of five years of experience in an accounting field with progressive growth in responsibilities.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
1. Ability to organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines.
2. Ability to work nights and weekends, as necessary.
3. Strong verbal, written, analytical, interpersonal and presentation skills.
4. Ability to work independently and to evaluate strategies regarding cash management and financial planning.
5. Ability to contribute as a team member.
6. Ability to understand and implement accounting standards in a regulated environment.
7. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.
8. Proficient with Microsoft Office products, especially Excel, Word, and Outlook, and ability to quickly learn and utilize College’s administrative software, Jenzabar.

Preferred
1. Master’s Degree in Accounting or Finance.
2. Professional designation of CPA, CMA, CFM, or CFA.
3. Experience working in higher education.

Work Environment
This position operates in a fast-paced, professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment.

Physical Demands
This position must be able to perform sedentary work, reach, grasp, talk, and hear. This position must have close visual acuity to view a computer terminal.

Candidates must pass a criminal background check prior to employment.

The evaluation of candidates begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Application Instructions: For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf), a resume, and a cover letter to krobinson@lincolncollege.edu.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.


Academic Advisor

Classification/Status: Exempt/Full-time

Reports to: Director of Student Success & Academic Advisement

Job Summary
Under general direction, the Academic Advisor is responsible for managing an assigned caseload of students (approximately 150) throughout the academic year; provides academic information and support to students during the registration process; explores various major and career options and works aggressively to improve the academic performance and retention of Lincoln College students.

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Provide academic advising to prospective, new, and returning students, individually or in groups, about Lincoln College policies, programs of study, and degree options.
2. Proactively seek out assigned advisees making certain to meet in person with advisees several times throughout each semester.
3. Proactively seek to engage with advisees outside of the Academic Advising Office.
4. Provide students with information about alternatives and possible consequences of academic decisions.
5. Complete and document all necessary Academic Advising forms in a file for each advisee.
6. Maintain current knowledge of all Lincoln College degree programs.
7. Work closely with staff offices across campus to connect students to academic, financial, and personal support.
8. Complete other advising duties as requested such as tracking retention, authorizing add/drops, and conducting degree audits.
9. Keep advising statistics, work schedule and other reporting documents up-to-date.
10. Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experience
1. Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
1. 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.
2. Must be results-oriented and able to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple activities.
3. Must have the ability to communicate effectively, prioritize work flow, work well with minimum supervision, and accept responsibility for total task completion.

Preferred
1. Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
2. Experience in academic advisement and/or a related field of higher education.

Work Environment
This position operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment.

Physical Demands
The academic advisor must be able to see, talk, hear, and perform sedentary work.

Candidates must pass a criminal background check prior to employment.

The evaluation of candidates begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Application Instructions: For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf), a resume, and a cover letter to krobinson@lincolncollege.edu.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.

Professional Academic Tutors -Lincoln Campus

Lincoln College in Lincoln, Illinois is seeking professional tutors for the 2017-2018 school year for the following disciplines:

Business; Financial and Managerial Accounting, Finance

Mathematics; All levels but specifically need tutors for Pre-Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, General Education Mathematics, and  Statistics

Language/Humanities; College Reading. English 100, Composition 101 and 102, Literature, Philosophy

Life and Physical Sciences; Biology, Botany, Environmental Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Geography

Job Description:

Ability to communicate academic skills and concepts clearly, both orally and in written form, in a one-to-one or small group setting, in the full range of courses offered at Lincoln College. Experience with various learning strategies preferred. Computer literacy required.

Tutor students in all levels of preferred discipline; refer students to appropriate resources, assist students on computers and other equipment; complete other duties as requested by the Academic Success Center Coordinator. Willingness to learn and assist students in the use of assistive software preferred.

Responsibilities:

The tutor assists students with meaningful learning of the course competencies in the curriculum and proactively supports all facets of the learning environment. Must have a strong desire to make a difference in the lives of students.

Requirements:

Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree or provide proof of prior tutoring experience. Master’s degree preferred.  Prior teaching or tutoring preferred.  Candidate must be able to pass a criminal background check.

To be considered for this position, please submit a resume along with a completed employment application (can be found at https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf ) and submit to the attention of:

Tami Goodrich

Coordinator, Academic Success Center

tgoodrich@lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College, 300 Keokuk St. Lincoln, IL 62656

217/735-7287

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Tutor – Modified Supplemental Instruction Program

Lincoln College in Lincoln, Illinois is seeking tutors for the 2017-2018 school year for the Modified Supplemental Instruction Program.

Job Description:
The Modified Supplemental Instruction Program (MSI) is designed to help students master material in difficult courses while increasing their learning strategies and study skills.

MSI tutors will be embedded in the classroom for MAT 091, pre-algebra, and MAT 095, Intermediate Algebra (5 hours per week). The MSI tutor will help facilitate time in the classroom that is designated for homework 4 days, and will also provide one hour of additional instruction per week to help students master concepts and develop learning and test taking strategies.

Tutors are expected:

• to work closely with the faculty.
• to tutor students in all levels of preferred discipline; refer students to appropriate resources, assist students on computers and other equipment; complete other duties as requested by the Academic Success Center Coordinator.
• to communicate academic skills and concepts clearly, both orally and in written form, in a one-to-one or small group setting.

Responsibilities:
The tutor assists students with meaningful learning of the course competencies in the curriculum and proactively supports all facets of the learning environment. Must have a strong desire to make a difference in the lives of students.

Requirements:
Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree or provide proof of prior tutoring experience. Master’s degree preferred. Prior teaching or tutoring also preferred. Experience with various learning strategies preferred. Computer literacy required. Candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.

To be considered for this position, please submit a resume along with a completed employment application (found at https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf) and submit these materials to the attention of:

Tami Goodrich
Coordinator, Academic Success Center
tgoodrich@lincolncollege.edu
Lincoln College, 300 Keokuk St. Lincoln, IL 62656
217/735-7287

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Adjunct Faculty-Lincoln Campus

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

Fundamentals of Nutrition (BIO 112)

Fundamentals of Chemistry (CHM 101)

General Chemistry (CHM 140)

Organic Chemistry (CHM 240)

Techniques of Interviewing and Intervention in the Human Services (CHS 210)

Corrections I (CJS 220)

Criminal Law I (CJS 240)

Juvenile Justice (CJS 280)

Courts and Sentencing (CJS 375)

Criminal Procedure (CJS 442)

Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 107)

Introduction to Academic English (ENG 099)

English Composition I (ENG 101)

English Composition II (ENG 102)

*Beginning Algebra (MAT 091)

*Intermediate Algebra (MAT 095)

Intro to Psychology (PSY 101)

Social Psychology (PSY 204)

Developmental Psychology (PSY 208)

Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101)

Modern Social Problems (SOC 202)

Sociology of the Family (SOC 203) 

Spanish I (SPN 101)

Spanish III (SPN 201)

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 an application (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf), cover letter, resume or cv, 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 committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.

Security Officer

Job 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.

Required Job Qualifications and Experience:

  • High School diploma required; Associate or Bachelor Degree preferred
  • 21 years of age or older
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • 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.

Candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check prior to employment.

Application Instructions: For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf) and submit a resume, cover letter and a list of three (3) professional references to Kristen Robinson, Director of HR & Risk Management Lincoln College 300 Keokuk Street Lincoln, IL 62656 Or by email to: krobinson@lincolncollege.edu.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.

Adjunct Faculty in the ABE program

The Accelerated Bridge to Education offers five and eight week hybrid classes to working adults in Normal, at IVCC in Oglesby, and at ICC’s Peoria Campus.   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

History – Master’s degree in History or Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in History

Philosophy – Master’s degree in Philosophy or Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in a qualifying field

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

Online or hybrid teaching experience preferred. E-mail your application (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Employment-Application-2018.pdf), vita, and unofficial graduate transcripts to Vance Laine, Executive Director of the Center for Adult Learning, at vlaine@lincolncollege.edu

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