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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.

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Faculty Positions

NONE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.

Administrative Positions

Administrative Assistant, VP Student Affairs/Dean of Students/Title IX Coordinator

Indeed applicants: review application instructions at www.wilmington.edu/about/employment.

Wilmington College is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Administrative Assistant to the VP for Student Affairs & Dean of Students/ Title IX Coordinator. This is a full time, exempt level position.

The Administrative Assistant assists the VP for Students Affairs & Dean of Students/ Title IX Coordinator by providing support for a variety of projects, function and activities. Provides administrative support to the Student Affairs staff. Maintains the VP’s calendar. Assist with board of trustees and committee meetings. Tracks and schedules student judicial meetings and hearings in addition to recording and transcribing meeting minutes or judicial testimonies. Assist with creating and preparing materials for fall/spring orientations. Maintains and orders office supplies.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred, at least five years of responsible administrative assistance experience; excellent computer skills with experience using Microsoft Office Suite; confidentiality, good organizational skills and ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks; ability to use good judgement and initiative to resolve routine problems. Ability to communicate and interact with a diverse population.


Director of Victim Services & Victim Advocate

Indeed applicants: review application instructions at www.wilmington.edu/about/employment.

Wilmington College is seeking applicants for the positions of Director of Victim Services/Victim Advocate and the Victim Awareness Program Coordinator.  Both of these positions are subject to funding by an annual grant from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.  The grant renews each year in September.  The WeCare Program provides confidential support to students at Wilmington College. This position oversees the advocacy efforts and supportive services provided for students, staff, and faculty who are victims of crime (with a focus on sexual assault, rape, domestic violence, stalking, sexual harassment), as well as support for others impacted by such incidents (e.g. friends, family, secondary victims). This position also directs all other activities of the WeCare team, including campus-wide outreach and awareness education efforts to address crime on campus.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

LEADERSHIP

  • Lead direct supportive services efforts for those who have been impacted by a crime.
  • Supervises coordination of victim awareness programs and events.
  • Establishes and oversees administrative procedures to meet objectives set by VOCA grant, Board of Directors, and senior management.
  • Responsible for recruiting, interviewing, training, and hiring volunteers, student interns, and staff.
  • Directs activities of professional staff members, student works, and volunteers.
  • Evaluates the work of staff and volunteers to ensure that programs are of appropriate quality and that resources are used effectively.
  • Approves program proposals for the department
  • Establishes and maintains relationships with other agencies and organizations in the community and on campus to meet campus needs.
  • Plans and administers the budget for the entire WeCare program and its needs. • Determine program directions and goals, including participates in the determination of organizational policies.
  • Prepares and maintains records and reports, such as victim files, grant reports, budgets, personnel records, VOCA binders and training manuals.
  • Provides data to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students/Title IX Coordinator for various reports such as Campus Clery, Office of Justice, etc.
  • Represents WeCare program in relations with governmental and media institutions.
  • Acts as a consultant to agency staff and other community programs regarding the interpretation of program-related grant, federal, state, and county regulations and policies.
  • Speaks to campus and community groups to explain and interpret WeCare purposes, programs, and policies.
  • Analyzes proposed rules, regulations, and/or changes to determine how victims and services could be impacted.

ADVOCACY

  • Provide immediate and confidential crisis intervention, information, support, and campus and community referral services to students.
  • Responsible for the provision of student on-call service, including identifying campus and community resources to assist in on-call coverage.
  • Assist students to understand all medical (e.g. hospital, SANE exam), legal (e.g. obtaining a protective order, participating in a criminal case), safety (i.e. College-issued No Contact Notice), campus (e.g. Title IX investigation and conduct process), and mental health options and resources; guide student through decision-making throughout process; and provide accompaniment to and support for student all processes and resources accessed.
  • Consult with campus representatives on behalf of the student to meet various identified needs related to safety, housing, and academic support.
  • Develop, coordinate and continually assess safety plan for student.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality and appropriate boundaries.
  • Ensure advocacy and crisis intervention services are culturally aware and sensitive to the needs of under-served populations.
  • Provide information to families and friends of students on the impact of gender-based and sexual violence, how to effectively support the student, and all available medical, legal, campus and mental health options and resources.
  • Identify and connect victims to resources.
  • Design, produce and distribute educational/outreach materials on relevant issues.
  • With cross-campus partners, design and coordinate outreach and awareness campaigns and events throughout the year (e.g. Sexual Assault Awareness Month, poster campaigns).
  • Develop opportunities for interaction and collaboration with student groups, faculty and staff.
  • Prepare administrative reports for outreach and prevention efforts and efficacy.

Required Qualifications and Experience:

  • Master’s degree preferred in social work, psychology, health education, counseling or related field.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the impact and dynamics of gender-based and sexual violence required.
  • Commitment to on-call weekend and evening hours on a regular basis; flexible schedule negotiable.
  • The successful candidate will have 1+ year professional experience in relevant advocacy provision and prevention programming.
  • Demonstrated skills in relationship-building, establishing rapport, and empathy.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and effectively as a member of a team.

 

Victim Awareness Program Coordinator

Indeed applicants: review application instructions at www.wilmington.edu/about/employment.

Wilmington College is seeking applicants for the positions of Director of Victim Services/Victim Advocate and the Victim Awareness Program Coordinator.  Both of these positions are subject to funding by an annual grant from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.  The grant renews each year in September.  The WeCare Program provides confidential support to students at Wilmington College.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • This position is ultimately responsible for providing program support and supervising the Peer Support Team.
  • Helps provide supportive services to those who have been impacted by gender-based and sexual violence.
  • Helps coordinate victim awareness programs and events.
  • Responsible for making sure campus-based programming and advertising is VOCA compliant
  • Publicizes WeCare programs through sources such as newsletters, bulletin boards, mailings, and other marketing tactics.
  • Acts as the direct supervisor for students a part of the Peer Support Team (volunteers and paid workers), including being responsible for the success of the Peer Support Line.
  • Creates and maintains volunteer and paid worker files.
  • Helps with training volunteers and student workers.
  • Provides targeted outreach to specialized victim populations, such as males, people of color, and the LGBTQ community.

The Victim Awareness Program Coordinator assists with advocacy-related work when the Director is out of the office, or as-needed to help lighten caseloads

ADVOCACY

  • Provide immediate and confidential crisis intervention, information, support, and campus and community referral services to students.
  • Responsible for the provision of student on-call service, including identifying campus and community resources to assist in on-call coverage.
  • Assist students to understand all medical (e.g. hospital, SANE exam), legal (e.g. obtaining a protective order, participating in a criminal case), safety (i.e. College-issued No Contact Notice), campus (e.g. Title IX investigation and conduct process), and mental health options and resources; guide student through decision-making throughout process; and provide accompaniment to and support for student all processes and resources accessed.
  • Consult with campus representatives on behalf of the student to meet various identified needs related to safety, housing, and academic support.
  • Develop, coordinate and continually assess safety plan for student.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality and appropriate boundaries.
  • Ensure advocacy and crisis intervention services are culturally aware and sensitive to the needs of under-served populations.
  • Provide information to families and friends of students on the impact of gender-based and sexual violence, how to effectively support the student, and all available medical, legal, campus and mental health options and resources.
  • Identify and connect victims to resources.
  • Design, produce and distribute educational/outreach materials on relevant issues.
  • With cross-campus partners, design and coordinate outreach and awareness campaigns and events throughout the year (e.g. Sexual Assault Awareness Month, poster campaigns).
  • Develop opportunities for interaction and collaboration with student groups, faculty and staff.
  • Prepare administrative reports for outreach and prevention efforts and efficacy.

Required Qualifications and Experience:

  • Master’s degree preferred in social work, psychology, health education, counseling or related field.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the impact and dynamics of gender-based and sexual violence required.
  • Commitment to on-call weekend and evening hours on a regular basis; flexible schedule negotiable.
  • The successful candidate will have 1+ year professional experience in relevant advocacy provision and prevention programming.
  • Demonstrated skills in relationship-building, establishing rapport, and empathy.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and effectively as a member of a team.

Support Staff Positions

NONE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.