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Development Officer

Position Summary

Lincoln College is seeking a Development Officer to take a leadership role 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, scholarship drives, donor prospect research, equipment and special programs funding, and future campaigns.

The Officer will utilize Raiser’s Edge software and will consistently work to protect the privacy and integrity of the office’s databases and will be committed to uncovering new sources of support for the College.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

The Development Officer reports to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement (VPIA) and is responsible for the following:

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

Knowledge/Skills/Qualifications

  • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required; advanced degree preferred.
  • At least 5 years major gift fundraising experience and/or relevant experience in sales and marketing, or other related fields.
  • Exceptional organizational, written and verbal communication skills and the ability to prepare proposals, reports and correspondence are necessary.
  • A self-starter demonstrating initiative, creativity, and ability to think broadly but with an eye to details.
  • Requires travel and the ability to work frequent evenings and weekends.
  • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team.
  • The College values the demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse populations including alumni, staff, students, volunteers, and donors.
  • Ability to organize, establish priorities, set objectives and achieve stated goals; and the ability to adapt to change.
  • Solid knowledge of PC systems and operations to ensure access and appropriate utilization of Lincoln College’s primary prospect-tracking software. Knowledge of and experience with Raiser’s Edge software is a plus.
  • Planned giving experience is a plus.
  • LC alumna/us encouraged to apply.
  • Must be able to pass criminal background check.

Compensation is based on qualifications and experience.

This full time, benefit eligible position is available immediately. To ensure full consideration, submit letter with resume and the names and complete contact information of three professional references to:

Sara Schwantz

Director of Human Resources

Lincoln College

300 Keokuk

Lincoln, IL 62656

Applications will also be accepted electronically via e-mail to sschwantz@lincolncollege.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  For more information about Lincoln College please visit https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/Employment-Application.pdf .

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

System Administrator

Position Summary

Lincoln College is a small, private liberal arts college located in Lincoln, Illinois, with a branch campus in Normal, Illinois and additional locations in Oglesby and Peoria, Illinois.

Lincoln College is a small, private liberal arts college located in Lincoln, Illinois, with a branch campus in Normal, Illinois and additional locations in Oglesby and Peoria, Illinois.

Job Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Director of Information Technology, is responsible for all Lincoln College computer system administration, operations and monitoring activities. Also performs a variety of complex professional and technical duties related to the installation and maintenance of the Lincoln College computer systems including storage networks, virtual environments and backup systems.

The System Administrator will work alongside of other IT personnel to monitor networked servers, storage capacity and virtual server utilization, endpoint security systems as well as IT disaster backup and recovery systems.

The System Administrator position will be located on the Lincoln Illinois campus but will be working on all Lincoln College sites and Campuses including assisting students and making repairs in dormitories.

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • System administration (including backup, security management, user account management, e-mail systems including e-mail web server, internet access, office systems and applications support).
  • Assists in supporting server, network and desktop hardware, software and applications.
  • Performs technology needs analysis.
  • Develop system specifications and written project plans.
  • Works with other IT staff members to maintain documentation of standards and policies.
  • Manages small to medium sized projects according to agreed upon budgets and schedules.
  • Assists with technology planning through ongoing research.
  • Develops and maintains backup schedules and archiving of electronic data.

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS:

Education: Diploma in Computer Science, Management Information Systems OR 3 -5 years of relevant experience; supplemented with one or more certifications or documented completion of industry related training.

Experience: Three to five years of practical experience as a System Administrator on a small to medium sized network of servers, desktop systems and communications devices using current technologies.

Skills:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Windows servers, Group Policy and Active Directory.
  • Experience with administration of Microsoft Exchange and Office 365.
  • Experience with Microsoft Remote Desktop Services.
  • Experience with set up and administration of VMWare and VSOM.
  • Experience with Veeam backup software.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of software and OS deployment tools, such as MDT, SCCM and WDS.
  • Demonstrated ability to administer a 200+ node network including networked printers and photocopiers.
  • Experience with various storage types (iSCSI, JBOD, RAID and Direct Attached Storage).
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of current communications devices and protocols, server, desktop and BYOD technologies.
  • Experience with server hardware and desktop systems, namely HP and Lenovo.
  • Pleasant demeanor and positive personality.
  • Highly developed verbal and written communications.
  • Close attention to detail and willingness to follow through detailed work.
  • Available for after-hours maintenance windows.
  • Power Shell and other scripting languages for performing system administration.

Special Requirements:

  • Flexible work schedules, occasional evening and weekend work.
  • Travel to any Lincoln College site using College provided transportation.
  • Candidate must be able to lift and move 50 pounds and able to spend time standing while working.

Selected candidate must have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record.

Selected candidate must be able to pass a criminal background check.

Candidates should submit an application; a letter of interest addressing credentials and experience; resume; and the names, phone numbers, and email addresses of three professional references to:

Sara Schwantz

Director of Human Resources

Lincoln College

300 Keokuk Street

Lincoln, IL 62656

sschwantz@lincolncollege.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

HVAC Technician

Position Summary

Lincoln College is a private liberal arts college, fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. In a small, residential campus setting, the college uniquely empowers students to realize their full potential. Lincoln College has long fostered a personal approach to education. It has had a tradition of personal education before the concept became universally popular. The tradition, guiding mission, faculty philosophy, student services, and low faculty-student ratio enable the college to provide the important element of individualized attention that makes the difference between failure and success for many students.

Job Summary
Technician responsibilities encompass the installation, maintenance, and repair or correction of problems throughout building mechanical equipment and must possess CFC Universal Certification. Others duties may include general building maintenance (electrical, plumbing, and carpentry).
Representative Job Duties and Responsibilities – include the following but do not necessarily list all possible duties that may be assigned:

• A minimum of 5 years’ experience in general building maintenance and HVAC maintenance
• Operate, maintain, inspect and repair steam boilers and hot water boilers
• Operate, maintain, and inspect chillers
• Operate, maintain, inspect and repair building mechanical equipment (commercial and residential)
• Install electrical wiring and controls and test for proper operation
• Inspect and maintain HVAC systems
• Test individual components to determine necessary repairs
• Repair or replace worn or defective parts
• Must use care to conserve, recover, and recycle the refrigerants used in air-conditioning and refrigeration systems.
• Computer literate
• One must be able to work in a team environment or alone, self-directed,
• Work of ladders
• Lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
• Possess a valid driver’s license
• Must be able to pass a criminal background check
• On call rotation
• Other duties as assigned
Desirable Job Qualifications and Experience
• Have a minimum of 5 years’ experience as an HVAC technician
• Possess a CFC Universal Certification
This is a full time, benefit eligible position. Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick time, health, dental, life and LTD insurance.
Please send completed application along with 3 personal references to:
Lincoln College
Ronda Piatt
300 Keokuk St
Lincoln, IL 62656
or email sschwantz@lincolncolleg.edu

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.


Community and Human Services – Lead Faculty

Lincoln College invites applicants to apply for a tenure-track faculty position in the Community and Human Services Program. Lincoln College, chartered in 1865, is a private institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
Position Overview: Reporting to the Language, Humanities and Social Science Division Chair, the Lead Faculty- Community and Human Services position is a full-time, tenure-track faculty position which includes (a) teaching in a diverse, learner-centered environment, (b) administrative duties in the academic department related to the hiring, evaluation, and supervision of Community and Human Services 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 scholarship, student advisement, and participation in service activities.
Candidate Qualifications and Experience:
Qualifications: A doctorate in Social Work or a related field is required; however, consideration may be given to candidates who are within one year of completing their doctorate.

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 Community and Human Services Program. The successful candidate will have the following:
• evidence of successful undergraduate teaching of diverse student populations;
• experience teaching a variety of Community and Human Services courses;
• experience with Community and Human Services 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 Community and Human Services 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 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).
Detailed information about Lincoln College and the Lincoln and Normal campuses is available at: https://www.lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College is an equal opportunity employer.

Professional Academic Tutors -Lincoln Campus

Lincoln College in Lincoln, Illinois is seeking professional tutors for the 2016-2017 school year for the following disciplines:

Business; Financial and Managerial Accounting

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, 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/Employment-Application.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.

Director of Residence Life

Lincoln College is a private liberal arts college, fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. In a small, residential campus setting, the college uniquely empowers students to realize their full potential. Lincoln College has long fostered a personal approach to education. It has had a tradition of personal education before the concept became universally popular. The tradition, guiding mission, faculty philosophy, student services, and low faculty-student ratio enable the college to provide the important element of individualized attention that makes the difference between failure and success for many students.
We welcome candidates for the Director of Residence Life position that have a passion for developing students, creating an inclusive environment on campus and the ability to lead a diverse group of students and professional staff.

Position Description:
Twelve-month position. The Director of Residence Life recruits, selects, trains, evaluates, and supervises residence hall staff and oversees their daily duties and development; coordinates the residence hall conduct process; chairs and serves on various departmental committees; establishes relationships with students within the hall and provides informal counseling and support; serves in a rotating on-call capacity for the residence hall system; communicates pertinent information to other departments on campus; and manages financial, budgetary, and other administrative items within the department.
Essential Job Functions:
• Responsible for the facilities of the seven residence halls and apartment complex that comprise the Lincoln College Campus on-campus housing with over 700 students. Serve as the primary liaison with Buildings and Grounds, the Dining Hall, Security and other LC offices to assure that all facilities are up-to-date, clean and well-maintained.
• Working with Buildings and Grounds to assure all maintenance and housekeeping are performed regularly to a high standard. Assure student work orders are responded to quickly with excellent customer service.
• Project housing space needs for first year students and second year students for their two- year residency requirement. Use projected first year student numbers, and historical data for sophomore attrition to determine how many upper class students will be able to live in university housing each year. Maintain historical data to document student gains, losses and other trends.
• Oversee all assignments for new and returning students. Work with the Residence Directors to develop, plan, schedule and communicate with all student regarding their assignments.
• Determine all medical and disability accommodations for students living in college housing in coordination with the Office of Disabilities Services. Compile and distribute the student emergency evacuation list each semester.
• Develop policies, procedures, and strategies to ensure an effective customer service oriented housing operation for Lincoln College undergraduate students.
• Develop and recommend policies and procedures to support and enhance the life safety and security for student living.
• Working with the Residence LIfe staff, enforce all college and Housing regulations and reinforce acceptable behavior standards in the apartments and residence halls. Oversee annual revisions of student housing contract, printed and on-line housing information, policies, procedures, and other materials.
• Manage housing budgets. Take the lead in developing the annual operating and capital budgets by gathering the necessary information and contributing to the development of proposals and projections.
• Resolve conflicts with students, parents, and other college partners in matters related to housing issues/concerns.
• Be informed of new issues and trends in higher education for students in college housing. Research, gain consensus from staff and students and write proposals for change to submit to the Dean of Students.
• Assess student satisfaction in housing through formal and informal means, such as benchmarking surveys, customer satisfaction phone surveys, and student focus groups.
• Oversee training for all Resident Hall Directors staff on housing operations.
• Manage move in and move-out for students living on campus. This includes coordinating with RHD and RA staff to develop correspondence to students/parents and work with other college departments and vendors to create a smooth and efficient, student friendly entrance to and exit from each academic year.
• Be visible and engaged in campus life events in the evenings and on weekends as needed.
• Perform other duties assigned
• Lead and supervise the housing professional staff that includes Residence Hall Directors who have supervisory responsibilities for non-exempt staff and students. This includes recruiting and selection, training, team building, and all personnel actions.
Special Knowledge, Skills, or Abilities:
• Strong commitment to student success in diverse living environments
• Strong communication skills both verbal and written
• Proven collaboration skills with an emphasis of team work across multiple units
• Strong problem-solving, management, and supervisory skills
• A detailed understanding of complex university housing systems
• Excellent customer service skills including working with students, parents, vendors, and members of the university community.
• Knowledge of ADA and ADAAA requirements.
Required Qualifications:
Master’s degree preferred in College Student Personnel or something similar. At least three academic years of college/universityresidence hall leadership experience at a post-undergraduate or graduate student level required. A combination of a master’s degree in anything plus residence life will also be considered. Strong written and oral communication, administrative and organizational skills also required. Must be able to pass a criminal background and MVR check.

Review of applications will begin immediately, and the position will remain open until filled. To apply for this position, please submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references to Sara Schwantz, Director of Human Resources (sschwantz@lincolncollege.edu).

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:

General Biology (BIO 101 & BIO 102)

Fundamentals of Chemistry (CHM 101)

Research Methods, Criminal Justice (CJS 353)

Fundamentals of Speech (CMN 101)

Writing Fundamentals (ENG 100)

English Composition I (ENG 101)

English Composition II (ENG 102)

Music Appreciation (MUS 116)

College Reading (RED 099)

History and Philosophy of Sport (SPM 301)

Media and Public Relations in Sport (SPM 305)

Sport in Global Society (SPM 400)

Sport Governance (SPM 401)

Financial Issues in Sport (SPM 402)

Acting I (THE 111)

Theatre History (THE 306)

Stage Management (THE 313)

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

Exercise Science – Lead Faculty

Lincoln College invites applicants to apply for a tenure-track faculty position in the Exercise Science Program. Lincoln College, chartered in 1865, is a private institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
Position Overview: Reporting to the Math, Sciences, and Physical Education Division Chair, the Lead Faculty- Exercise Science position is a full-time, tenure-track faculty position which includes (a) teaching in a diverse, learner-centered environment, (b) administrative duties in the academic department related to the hiring, evaluation, and supervision of Exercise Science 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 scholarship, student advisement, and participation in service activities.
Candidate Qualifications and Experience:
Qualifications: A doctorate in Exercise Science or a related field is required; however, consideration may be given to candidates who are within one year of completing their doctorate.

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 Exercise Science Program. The successful candidate will have the following:
• evidence of successful undergraduate teaching of diverse student populations;
• experience teaching a variety of Exercise Science courses;
• experience with Exercise Science 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.
Application Process and Materials: For full consideration, submit the following as an e-mail attachments to 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).
Detailed information about Lincoln College and the Lincoln and Normal campuses is available at: https://www.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

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.

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