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We are excited that you are considering a career with Wilmington College! Wilmington College is a career-oriented liberal arts institution affiliated with the Society of Friends (Quakers). Our beautiful main campus is located in southwestern Ohio. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package for full time positions including group medical, dental, vision, life and disability, TIAA-CREF, tuition remission, paid vacation and holidays.

We encourage you to review our website and learn about our history, what we are doing today and how we are preparing for tomorrow. It is an exciting time here at Wilmington College.

Interested applicants should submit a detailed cover letter and resume unless otherwise indicated in the position information below. Please specify position of interest in the letter of application and subject line of email (if submitting electronically). For positions requiring degrees, unofficial transcripts of college work are helpful. Submit materials to the Director of Human Resources, Wilmington College, Pyle Center 1187, 1870 Quaker Way, Wilmington, OH 45177-2499 or email to humanresources@wilmington.edu or follow instructions in the position information below.

Wilmington College is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate unlawfully in employment matters on the basis of race, religion, gender, color, ancestry, national origin, age, disability or any other category protected by law. EOE

Wilmington College conducts background investigations including criminal, work history and credential confirmation on all employees as a condition of continued employment. Some positions may require additional motor vehicle record review and drug screening.

Faculty Positions

History Department – Adjunct Position

The Wilmington College History program on the main campus in Wilmington invites applications for our adjunct pool of History instructors. Candidates should specialize in the scholarship and teaching of American History from 1600-present and have a commitment to promoting domestic diversity and/or global multiculturalism in the curriculum where appropriate. Demonstrated expertise in teaching, a minimum of two years classroom experience, and an MA or PhD in US History required.

Email cover letter with contact information and resume or CV to: Dr. Marta Wilkinson, Area Coordinator for the Humanities, Wilmington College, marta.wilkinson@wilmington.edu.

English Department – Adjunct Faculty Positions

The Wilmington College English program invites applications for our adjunct pool of composition instructors. Candidates should specialize in the teaching of basic writing and composition to first-year students. Demonstrated expertise in teaching composition, a minimum of two years classroom experience, and an MA or PhD in English or Rhetoric and Composition required.

Administrative Positions

Director of Counseling Services

Wilmington College is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director of Counseling Services for our main campus in Wilmington, Ohio. This position provides clinical counseling services, including crisis intervention and assessments within counselor’s clinic scope of practice. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Provides outreach programming to the College, including participation in prevention services, i.e., depression screenings, drug/alcohol screenings, anxiety screenings, eating disorders screenings, suicide prevention programs, etc.
  • Provides consultation to individuals, departments and groups within the College, and within the local community to the extent that resources permit.
  • Provides overall administration and coordination of the resources and activities of Counseling Services including counseling, psychotherapy, outreach, consultation, and preventive mental health activities, as well as developing and implementing philosophy, policies, and procedures of Counseling Services operations.
  • Helps coordinate, promote and train residence life staff members as well as campus safety officers on the symptoms of mental illness and appropriate ways to intervene when a student is in distress.
  • Coordinates Substance Abuse Services for voluntary and mandated students. When a student needs substance abuse services beyond the scope of services of Student Counseling Services, the counselor will help the student find community resources to meet the level of care based on assessment recommendations.
  • Assists with grant activities and other funding streams pertaining to substance abuse prevention services, sexual assault prevention services, and other areas where programming pertains to counseling services.
  • Participates in the Wellness Committee initiatives.
  • Provides consultation services to the College faculty and staff. Provides local referral resources, materials, and other resources for the faculty and staff.
  • Meets at least two times per year with the health services staff to facilitate improved coordination of services.
  • Administers policy and procedures that monitor the quality of counseling and clinical services rendered by counseling service.
  • Provides written evaluations and recommendations for students mandated for assessment due to judicial sanctions when the student is willing to sign proper release forms.

Qualifications and Education/Experience:

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
  • Must have a Master’s degree in relevant discipline and Ohio State Licensure of LPCC or LISW with supervisory endorsement preferred.
  • Must have appropriate course work at the graduate level.
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Strong organizational skills. 

Academic Advising and Financial Aid Director, External Programs – Blue Ash Campus 

The Academic Advising and Financial Aid Director, External Programs, oversees and coordinates the academic advising, transfer evaluations, academic and registration processes, and financial aid functions for the College’s external sites (Blue Ash campus, as well as all current and future degree completion locations).

  • Evaluating, approving, and recording transfer credit and non-traditional credit for external programs;
  • Overseeing and training staff who engage in tentative transfer evaluations for recruitment and enrollment purposes;
  • Developing articulation agreements with area schools;
  • Working closely with External Programs team to propose, implement, and monitor approved academic programs that will serve the needs of external sites;
  • Ensuring that all of the academic programs at the external sites are conducted in accordance with the academic policies of the college and its accrediting bodies;
  • Resolving registration and grade reporting issues;
  • Developing the schedule of classes each semester for the External Programs locations;
  • Training and supervising academic advisors;
  • Advising current and re-admitted students about degree and graduation requirements, course selections, non-traditional credit opportunities, waivers, college policy;
  • Providing guidance to prospective and current financial aid students, coordinating with the Director of Student One Stop on financial aid packaging and compliance with deadlines and federal regulations, and resolving student issues with financial aid.

A successful candidate will possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree plus at least three years of relevant experience. A master’s degree is strongly preferred, as is experience in higher education, assisting non-traditional adult transfer students. Candidates must provide evidence of responsible experience in a broad range of advising and academic services activities and be self-motivated, with a strong desire to work closely with prospective and enrolled students and establish rapport and build confident relationships with them. He/she must also exhibit outstanding attention to detail and follow through, and demonstrate passion and determination to educate and deliver exceptional service. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills are required, as well as excellent time management and computer skills. In addition, candidates must be available to work in the evenings and on weekends as needed and travel regularly to various locations throughout the Southern Ohio area up to Wilmington, OH. This requires a valid driver’s license.

IT Help Desk Coordinator

Wilmington College is seeking qualified applicants for the full time position of IT Help Desk Coordinator. This position is responsible for performing, coordinating, and monitoring activities of the Wilmington College Information Technology Help Desk, insuring exemplary customer service for students and staff, and managing user accounts.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Manage the daily operation of the Information Technology Help Desk.
  2. Schedule and supervise student workers.
  3. Develop, coordinate, and provide customer support training for Help Desk personnel.
  4. Design, develop, and participate in end user training related to software and computer usage.
  5. Coordinate the department’s role in new student orientation events.
  6. Assist with troubleshooting and resolution of technology issues.
  7. Assist in developing documentation of procedures and practices.
  8. Manage end user network accounts.

Qualifications:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in IT field or equivalent with at least two years of related work experience.
  2. Supervisory experience in a customer support environment.
  3. Excellent communication, writing, and organization skills.
  4. Attention to detail.
  5. Customer friendly.
  6. Experience with the following.
  • Desktop support including Windows 7, and Mac OS
  • Microsoft Office 2010 and above
  • Exchange and Active Directory
  • LAN/WAN, VPN

Campus Minister

Wilmington College is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Campus Minister. This position is responsible for promoting and coordinating campus religious activities and providing ministerial support to the campus community. Promotes understand of Friends perspective and nourish connections with the community, Wilmington Yearly Meeting and the wider body of Friends.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Maintain a highly visible and actively involved presence on campus. Promote an understanding of Quaker thought and testimony.
  2. Assist students in maintaining religious support groups, including Bible studies and prayer groups, and assist students in establishing new groups as appropriate.
  3. Counsel students and refer when appropriate.
  4. Facilitate religious events on campus, including the Quaker Fellowship luncheons, and provide ministerial functions for campus events. Participate in ceremonies and events such as mid-week All College Worship, Convocations, orientation, Commencement, etc.
  5. Participate and give leadership to the Quaker Leader Scholarship competition.
  6. *May teach one course per semester.
  7. Provide pastoral care to the campus community in the form of pastoral visits, hospital visitation and memorial services.
  8. Maintain an active relationship with Wilmington Yearly Meeting such as reporting at annual sessions, participating with Yearly Meeting pastors, offering pulpit supply, communicating through a column in the publication “Wilmington Friend”, facilitating workshops and other activities.
  9. Serve on a variety of committees to include Campus Life, Commencement, Quaker Values, etc.
  10. Participate in the Wilmington Area Ministerial Association. Be active in the religious community.
  11. Participate in Student Life programs, staff meetings, including training, as appropriate.
  12. Serve as intake coordinator for the Mediation Program

Qualifications:

  1. Related Bachelor’s degree, plus at least two years of responsible related experience. Completion of training beyond degree is desirable but not required.
  2. Must be a Quaker and have pastoral experience, preferably as a recorded Friends minister.
  3. Evidence of excellent writing skills and ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population.
  4. Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with students and groups of a variety of faith backgrounds.
  5. Willingness to become an integral part of the college community and the community at large.
Support Staff Positions

There are no support staff positions open at this time.