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Director of McKinstry Library

 

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. The College is in a time of transition with a new college president who brings an exciting new vision, and we are looking for an innovative library leader to develop modern services for traditionally underserved student populations. This position includes strategic, reference, instruction, and outreach activities. Reporting directly to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Director supervises one technical services librarian, one full time-paraprofessional, and four part-time circulation staff members
Major Areas of Responsibility
Administrative:
• Develop a long-range plan for the library.
• Develop assessment plans for the library.
• Investigate grants for the library.
• Administer college mission, policies, and procedures as they relate to the library.
• Administer the library budget.
• Encourage and maintain communication within the library and between the library and the college’s students, faculty, administration, and staff.
• Encourage faculty participation in library services and development, especially information literacy and collection development.
• Supervise all library staff.
• Provide appropriate training to all library staff for their work level.
• Maintain appropriate statistical records of services and other related information.
• Attend faculty meetings on both campuses.
• Serve on college-wide committees.
• Consolidate information about Library operations and services into the appropriate reporting formats as needed and upon request for special projects, such as accreditation.
• Participate in college events, such as orientations, commencement ceremonies, etc.
• Encourage faculty participation in the collection development process.

Services:
• Supervise the delivery of all public services by other library staff members.
• Provide all levels of reference assistance to students, faculty, administration, and staff; including specialized research requests for administrators, faculty and staff.
• Maintain appropriate records of reference transactions.
• Develop policies related to the circulation and use of all library resources.
• Administer all aspects of the circulation and use of library resources.
• Develop and provide appropriate reports concerning all aspects of public services.
• Develop and provide appropriate information literacy instruction across the curriculum, making workshops available to any and all classes.
• Encourage faculty to include information literacy and library research projects in their classes and to attend workshops with their students.
• Develop and provide appropriate information literacy instruction workshops for all faculty and staff.
• Develop appropriate print and electronic resource guides to aid library users in their research.
• Communicate information about the library and its services to the college community.
• Maintain library website which will provide information about the services and resources of the library, as well as guide users to other authoritative information.

Collection Development:
• Along with the Technical Services Librarian, select new resources to meet user needs based on program developments, usage, budgetary restraints, and other appropriate information.
• Encourage faculty participation in the collection review process to ensure the appropriateness of the collection for our needs and to select resources for replacement or withdrawal as needed.
• Develop and maintain an archive of resources related to the history of the College.
Skills
Required:
• Possess an understanding of the changing role of academic libraries in higher education.
• Ability to develop effective working relationships with academic colleagues.
• Ability to work well with a diverse community of users.
• Experience in developing outreach programs for both local and remote library users.
• Experience in developing lesson plans and teaching for information literacy instruction.
• Experience in providing reference and research consultations.
• Experience in developing and executing a library strategic plan.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Preferred:
• Experience in developing and administering a college archive.

Education
Master’s degree in Library or Information Science from an ALA-accredited program or equivalent.

Experience
Minimum of five years progressively responsible library positions in an academic library.
This is a full-time, benefit eligible, administrative position. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and education. Qualified candidate must be able to pass a criminal background check.
For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/Employment-Application.pdf) and submit a resume, cover letter and a list of three (3) professional references to the Director of Human Resources at sschwantz@lincolncollege.edu.
Application Deadline: Open until filled; initial screening will begin June 20, 2017.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Coordinator of Student Counseling

 

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.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

Provide individual and group counseling to students struggling with developmental and/ or personal issues. Must have necessary credentialing through the state of Illinois to provide alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) assessments and counseling as well as experience working with individuals affected by PTSD. Provide clinical supervision for graduate level counseling trainees. When needed, refer students to appropriate community resources.

Clinical
• Provide assessments and counseling
• Cultural Competency for multicultural work with individuals and groups.
• Provide individual and group counseling utilizing developmental, preventative, and consultative methods to students, utilizing a brief therapeutic model of service provision; when needed refer students to appropriate community resources
• Work in a collaborative team-oriented environment with colleagues in and out of the office on efforts aimed toward facilitating student adjustment and success
• Provide supervision and consultation for graduate level counseling trainees
• Strengthen relationships and coordinates department activities with internal and external partners such as local mental health providers, college departments, faculty, and staff
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Students
Outreach
• Work collaboratively with faculty, staff, college personnel, and community members to promote a healthy campus
• Provide presentations, programming, outreach, and marketing related to services and mental health issues
• Advises student mental health advocacy groups and organizations
• Provide advocacy for mental health policy and initiatives to support the academic mission of the university
Qualifications Required:
• Minimum of a Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related field from an accredited institution
• Current Illinois Licensure (LPC, LCSW, or Licensed Psychologist).
• Must have more than 4 years of licensed professional counseling experience
• Training or experience in clinical supervision of graduate level counseling trainees
Qualifications Preferred:
• Strengthen relationships and coordinates department activities with internal and external partners such as local mental health providers, university departments, faculty, and staff
• Significant experience providing professional counseling in a college/university counseling center
• Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
• Experience with electronic mental health record keeping systems
• Have demonstrated an awareness of sensitivity to diverse student populations and ability to contribute to the College’s commitment to enhancing student awareness and appreciation of diverse ethnic and cultural heritages

This is a full time, benefit eligible, 10 month position. Qualified candidate must be able to pass a criminal background check.

For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/Application-Form.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.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Admission Counselor

 

About Lincoln College
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.

With this history and mission in mind, Lincoln College is dedicated to educating the whole person in a collaborative residential community. We firmly believe that by engaging the transformative power of our differences, cultivating intellectual discovery and informed civic action, and designing enriching educational experiences, we help prepare students to be effective and contributing global citizens. As educators in a residential college setting, we also support the personal development, health, and well-being of our students by honoring the talents, passions, and differences of our students as being a source of power and effectiveness. These programs and services actively affirm our commitment to access, success, and inclusion. We do this while actively cultivating an environment of collaboration and mutual respect.

FUNCTION:
Reporting to the Director of Admissions, the admissions counselor engages and supports prospective students and parents in all phases of the recruitment process to advance Lincoln College’s strategic enrollment goals.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATED DUTIES
• Serve as a first contact and primary representative of Lincoln College to prospective students and families from diverse backgrounds, communicating an in-depth knowledge of the university’s mission, academic and co-curricular programs, and other distinctive information throughout the recruitment process.
• Represent Lincoln College at recruitment functions including high school visits, college fairs, alumni events, activities of community-based organizations, etc., in an assigned geographic territory.
• Travel will consist of approximately 8-12 weeks, including evening and weekend commitments, concentrated in the fall.
• Manage a recruitment territory, including maintaining historical records of travel, key school/alumni contacts, regional higher education trends, and outcomes.
• Engage prospective students in ongoing communication through face-to-face meetings, email, written correspondence, phone calls, texting and social media. Maintain a strong customer service orientation with timely responses to inquiries and questions.
• Serve as a liaison to connect prospective students with key university offices such as financial aid, housing, student activities, academic departments, athletics, performing arts, etc.
• Promote and participate in on-campus visit programs for prospective students. This will involve several weekend commitments throughout the year.
• Serve as an active member of the admissions team, contributing to the development and implementation of strategies to achieve Lincoln College’s enrollment goals.
• Review Lincoln College communications and stay current on programs and policies in order to provide accurate information to prospective students about the opportunities available at Lincoln College.
• Complete other duties as assigned by the Director.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Bachelor’s degree required.
• Demonstrated desire to work with high school students and their parents/guardians.
• Demonstrated awareness and commitment to effectively establishing positive relationships and across multiple dimensions of diversity including, but not limited to race, gender, physical limitations, class or religious perspectives are required.
• Excellent public speaking and written communication skills.
• Availability and commitment to travel for extended periods (8-12 weeks a year, primarily in the fall).
• Demonstrated ability to work with Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint; experience working with a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) or relational database program preferred.
• Demonstrated ability to take initiative, exercise independent judgment, prioritize work and manage time effectively in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.
• Demonstrated organizational and planning skills.
• A high level of personal integrity and professionalism, including the ability to work with confidential information.
• The physical ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as well as bending, stooping and kneeling for the purposes of setting up and taking down admissions displays.
• A valid driver’s license required.
• Compliance with Lincoln College’s campus vehicle and credit card policy.
• Background check required.

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

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://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.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Director of Security and Campus Safety

 

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.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Dean of Students, the Director of Security & Campus Safety is responsible for the overall protection and safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors at Lincoln College and for the security of all college facilities and properties. The Director is responsible for ensuring that staff within Security & Campus Safety are equipped to appropriately and respectfully work with campus and community constituencies to enforce, investigate, and document possible violations of college policy. The Director supervises security officers. The Director serves as the primary liaison to federal, state and local law enforcement and emergency first responders.

With a racially and culturally diverse student body, our ideal candidate will view their work through a lens of diversity and inclusion. The Director will proactively develop a training model, policies, and procedures for all Security staff members specifically designed to build and strengthen relationships with the student body. Specifically, the Director will ensure these programs address the needs of students from historically underrepresented groups including students of color, LGBTQ students, international students, students with disabilities, first-generation college students, and the student organizations dedicated to supporting these students on campus. Additionally, the Director will develop strong partnerships with various campus offices and key stakeholders to ensure the work of inclusion is effectively and holistically integrated into the entire organizations.

The Director of Security & Campus Safety will apply topical expertise to both develop appropriate emergency protocols and training, and to respond as appropriate to campus emergencies. Fulfilling these responsibilities involves working closely with the Dean of Students, Director of Residence Life, Director of Facilities Management and the Director of Human Resources and Risk Management.

Essential Functions

  • Lead efforts to protect the safety of the college community by administering and directing all facets of security operations to include enforcement of college policies, emergency systems and operations, and liaising with local, state, and federal authorities
  • Work closely and collaboratively with all departments and components of the college to ensure an effective, efficient, safe and secure living, learning, and working environment
  • Recruit, hire, train and evaluate all Security and Campus Safety personnel, with an eye towards ensuring that the college’s equity and diversity mission are affirmatively enacted and reflected.
  • Lead, in collaboration with colleagues, the design, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive training and professional development program for all Security and Campus Safety personnel.
  • Work closely with the Dean of Students and Director of Human Resources and Risk Management to ensure the efficient and effective response Title IX incidents.
  • Develop and maintain a collaborative and effective relationship with the Lincoln Police Department.
  • Cultivate relationships with neighbors and relevant public officials to strengthen local relations.
  • Work closely with the Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life to ensure there is continuity and an effective response through all stages of the student conduct process.
  • Develop, implement, and assess a policy enforcement model to build effective, respectful relationships between students and all members of the Security and Campus Safety team.
  • Comply with all aspects of the Clery Act, including appropriate notice and recordkeeping and preparing and submitting the Annual Security Report
  • Create, implement, and evaluate personal safety and crime prevention programs for the Lincoln College community
  • Participate on committees of the college focused on students, safety, infrastructure, etc. that enhance the college community including the Behavioral Intervention Team
  • Develop and maintain a procedures and protocols manual for all Security and Campus Safety personnel
  • Create and maintain emergency operations policies and procedures for the campus community
  • Maintain campus emergency notification system and related communications tools
  • Conduct sensitive personnel, disciplinary, and criminal investigations as necessary
  • Review and approve all Incident Reports generated by Security and Campus Safety
  • Develop and manage the office budget
  • Oversee the parking program and policies for the college
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Qualifications

This role requires a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred, and a minimum of seven years of law enforcement/campus security experience. Prior experience working on a college campus is strongly preferred. The Director must have:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of recent developments in campus security and/or law enforcement practices, policies, and procedures
  • Working knowledge of relevant laws and regulations applicable to college security
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a wide range of people, including persons from diverse backgrounds (e.g., class, race, nationality, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, etc.)
  • Ability to build relationships quickly across different departments
  • A calm and steady approach to management and leadership
  • A commitment to students and their personal development
  • A penchant for fostering change within complex organizations
  • A strong track record of forging effective and enduring collaborations with a wide variety of constituencies
  • Ability to think and plan strategically in order to develop and implement short- and long-range plans
  • Knowledge of modern principles and practices of management and supervision, and a track record as an excellent manager of one’s team
  • Ability to analyze and evaluate operations and develop and implement corrective action to resolve problems; proficiency with developing metrics and tracking outcomes
  • Demonstrated strong analytical skills
  • Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication and listening skills
  • The ability to set priorities to achieve objectives and to manage multiple, diverse assignments/projects
  • Collaborative, problem-solving, planning, and organizational skills
  • An impeccable track record of integrity
  • Deep understanding of challenges and opportunities of a small, closed residential community
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check and MVR.

Application Instructions
For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/Application-Form.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.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Information Technology Support Technician

Normal, Illinois Campus

Reports to: Director of Information Technology

Employee Classification: Hourly, Part Time, Split Shift, 20 Hours per Week, 12-month

Department: Information Technology

Job Summary:  This part time position provides technical support for Faculty, Staff and Students on the Normal campus in both office areas and classrooms.  The Information Technology Support Technician will also provide help desk phone support for both the Normal and Lincoln Campus during the evening hours.   The Normal Campus support technician will follow the Normal Campus academic calendar in order to provide coverage for the Normal campus evening classes.  The support technician will also be required to attend student orientation sessions typically held on Saturdays.  This will require no more than 9 Saturdays per year and no more than a few hours on those Saturdays.

Job Duties and Responsibilities: Responsible for the following but does not necessarily list all possible duties that may be assigned.

  • Provide technical assistance and support for incoming queries and issues related to computer systems, hardware, and software
  • Respond to queries from Faculty, Staff and Students either in person, by email, or by telephone
  • Provide remote support utilizing screen sharing technologies.
  • Document job tasks and requests in work order/trouble ticket system
  • Maintain daily performance of computer systems
  • Maintain classroom technologies such as document cameras and LCD projectors
  • Respond to password reset requests.
  • Ask appropriate questions to determine the nature of information technology problems
  • Walk customers through the problem-solving process
  • Install, maintain, modify, and repair computer hardware and software
  • Clean up computers
  • Run diagnostic programs to resolve problems
  • Install computer peripherals for users
  • Follow up with faculty, staff, and students to ensure issues have been resolved
  • Gain feedback from faculty, staff, and students about computer usage
  • Other duties as assigned

Preferred Job Qualifications and Experience

  • Associate’s degree in computer discipline or equivalent skills and experience
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
  • Basic understanding of Windows domains and networks.
  • Possess strong communication, documentation, and customer service skills
  • Knowledge of computer and network operations, hardware, and software
  • Skilled at installing and maintaining network and computer hardware and software
  • Ability to plan and organize workloads to meet deadlines
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other staff
  • 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


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 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/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.

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/Employment-Application.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.

Head Women’s Softball Coach

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 Head Women’s Softball Coach position that have a passion for recruiting and developing students, creating an environment in which the team can use its skills and abilities to their maximum potential, and developing a positive image for the college and the team.

The college will return to its roots as a university in the near future, offering associates, bachelor’s, and master’s degree programs. We are currently exploring other options for athletic competition as we transition to university status. The perfect candidate will thrive in a fast paced, ever-changing environment, and will positively contribute to the natural transition of the college into a university, including moving into a four-year athletic competition conference.

Coaching Responsibilities

• Recruiting student-athletes that will bring a positive image to Lincoln College
• Versed in the rules and regulations of the college sport
• Knowledge of rules regarding college eligibility and recruiting
• Creating and maintaining the sport budget
• Ordering and maintaining team equipment and supplies
• Scheduling the fall and spring seasons
• Securing competition contracts
• Securing officials contracts
• Maintaining NJCAA (or other athletic conference) stats program
• Arranging lodging for away games when needed
• Transportation arrangements in conjunction with the Athletic Director
• Hiring of Assistant Coaches

Related Coaching Responsibilities:

  • Academic Advising
  •  Holistically advising student-athletes
  • Academic advisement towards successful graduation
  • Monitoring student-athlete’s academic progress throughout each semester
  • Organizing and monitoring student-athlete study tables

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each responsibility 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 coaching softball in a college environment required;
• Experience working with diverse populations desired.
This is a part-time position. A criminal background check will be required upon pending offer of position.
For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/Application-Form.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.

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:

Anatomy and Physiology (BIO 107)

Nutrition (BIO 112)

Introduction to Academic English (ENG 099)

English Composition I (ENG 101)

Beginning Algebra (MAT 091)

Intermediate Algebra (MAT 095)

Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101)

Minority Relations (SOC 206)

Spanish 101 (SPN 101)

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

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

We welcome candidates for the Head Women’s Soccer Coach position that have a passion for recruiting and developing students, creating an environment in which the team can use its skills and abilities to their maximum potential, and developing a positive image for the college and the team.

The college will return to its roots as a university within the near future, offering associates, bachelor’s, and master’s degree programs. We are currently exploring other options for athletic competition as we transition to university status. The perfect candidate will thrive in a fast paced, ever-changing environment, and will positively contribute to the natural transition of the college into a university, including moving into a four-year athletic competition conference.

Coaching Responsibilities

• Recruiting student-athletes that will bring a positive image to Lincoln College
• Versed in the rules and regulations of the college sport
• Knowledge of rules regarding college eligibility and recruiting
• Creating and maintaining the sport budget
• Ordering and maintaining team equipment and supplies
• Scheduling the fall and spring seasons
• Securing competition contracts
• Securing officials contracts
• Maintaining NJCAA stats program
• Arranging lodging for away games when needed
• Transportation arrangements in conjunction with the Athletic Director
• Hiring of Assistant Coaches

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each responsibility 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;
• Minimum of two years’ experience coaching soccer in a college environment required;
• Experience working with diverse populations desired.
• Must be able to pass a criminal background check.

For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form (https://lincolncollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/Application-Form.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.
Lincoln College is an equal opportunity employer

       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