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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

Assistant Professor of Education

Wilmington College is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Education. This is a full time, 9 month, non-tenure track (3-year renewable contract) position beginning in August 2018.

Specific Duties

  • May be called upon to teach any of the following undergraduate courses (commensurate with experience and expertise):
  • Math, Science, & Social Studies Methods in Early Childhood
  • Science Methods for Adolescent-Young-Adult/Middle Childhood
  • Social Studies Methods for Adolescent-Young-Adult/Middle Childhood
  • Speech, Language, & Literacy in the Early Childhood Exceptional Classroom
  • Early Childhood Philosophy & Practice
  • Middle Childhood General Methods
  • Introduction to Literacy

Participation in fieldwork supervision activities as assigned.

Participate in cross-program teaching opportunities.

Maintain and strengthen established relationship with assigned P-20 professional development school district.

Participate in oversight of state credentialing (Ohio Department of Higher Education) and accreditation (CAEP) requirements, in addition to college or area program reviews.

Participate in academic advisement of program students, as assigned by the Education Area Coordinator.

Minimum Qualifications

The successful candidate will have an earned doctorate, preferred, or minimum MA in Special Education, Education, Early Childhood Education, Middle Childhood Education, or a related field, professional experience and documented achievement commensurate with an Assistant Professor:

Minimum of three years of experience teaching in a P-20 public school environment.

Documented experience working with diverse student populations.

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with strong leadership capabilities, including a demonstrated commitment to social justice and culturally responsive teaching.

Knowledge of the trends and current issues in the field of early childhood education, middle childhood education, and/or special education.

Preferred Qualifications

Experience in urban and/or rural educational and/or school settings is highly desired.

Working knowledge of state (Ohio Department of Education) licensure standards.

Extensive knowledge of instructional and/or assistive technology.

Experience with Blackboard or similar learning management system.

Extensive knowledge of middle childhood education and/or social studies education.

Possession of a valid state teaching license.

INSTRUCTOR OF COMMUNICATION ARTS

The Wilmington College Communication Arts program invites application for a non-tenure track full-time position (3-year renewable contract) in the teaching of print and digital media production beginning August 2018. The successful candidate will teach 3 courses per semester in print photography, digital photography, videography and layout/design.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Communications preferred; or minimum M.F.A. or MA in Visual Arts, Design, Media Production or related field.
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Cloud applications including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro and After Effects.
  • Experience in darkroom, digital and alternative photographic processes.
  • Demonstrated expertise in supervising the creation of media content from concept development through delivery.
  • Effective communication skills and technical knowledge in areas such as media arts, video editing and production, digital media production, graphic design or other related fields.
  • Experience working with a 3D printer and related software a plus.
Administrative Positions

Accountant and Systems Analyst

The Accountant and Systems Analyst will assist the Controller in reconciling accounts, developing procedures and system reports to drive process and policy improvements improving internal controls and automating administrative functions.

Day-to-day responsibilities include:

  • Analyzing current and past financial data and performance
  • Preparing reports and projections based on this analysis
  • Evaluating current capital expenditures and depreciation
  • Identifying trends in financial performance and providing recommendations for improvement
  • Coordinating with other members of the finance team and College to review financial information and forecasts
  • Assist Controller in preparing financial reports for Board of Director meetings
  • Manage the College’s credit card program and rental programs
  • Evaluate and make recommendations to processes to create efficiency

Skills & qualifications required

  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills, along with superior attention to detail
  • Must function at expert level in MS Excel
  • Proficiency in MS Access, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to extract data from financial systems and manipulate in offline environments such as Excel or Access
  • Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills
  • Ability to effectively organize and prioritize multiple tasks and work independently
  • Advanced computer proficiency in financial forecasting, modeling and reporting
  • Experience with forecasting software preferred, but not required
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance or Equivalent discipline required
  • Experience with Jenzabar/CARS financial, budget and database tools a plus
  • A high level of independent judgment, initiative and problem-solving skills, and the ability to demonstrate a high degree of confidentiality and discretion are required

Student Success Coach

Wilmington College is candidates for the position of Student Success Coach. This is a full time, grant funded position (3.5 Years). Student Success Coaches advise a smaller, at-risk group of students. The student success coach positions extend beyond the traditional academic intervention model and are designed to provide integrated coordination between retention assessment, student placement, academic advising and student support services. Student Success Coaches participate in three major areas of responsibility: student assessment and placement, coordination of services and support and campus engagement and advocacy. Duties and responsibilities:

Academic coordination:

  • Review of CSI survey results that identify students who have borderline behavior that put them at risk of failure.
  • Review of prior academic coursework or high school course work with review of college placement.
  • Creation of a personalized success plan for each at risk student.
  • Monitoring and follow up on the personalized plan.
  • Supplemental support arrangement and follow up.
  • Coordinate communication and support with Faculty members.
  • Develop and publish needed written and electronic communications to coordinate effective communication between the student and their “direct connects”
  • Assist students in navigating college policy and procedures.
  • Monitor student credit hour completion for on time graduation.
  • Keep NURO up to date.

Career Preparation:

  • Connect students to needed services to identify their intended career paths associated with the current academic major.
  • Assist student with creating their professional identity and presence.
  • Refer students to the office of Career Services to identify possible internship opportunities in their major.

Student Personal Development:

  • Coordination and referral of support services for issues identified in the CSI survey that indicate emotional or psychological concerns.
  • Encourage and monitor student engagement on campus
  • Encourage students in the development of a deeper sense of self-awareness regarding values, strengths and passions.
  • Student Development Programming:
  • Student Success Coaches will undertake additional projects that will contribute to student development and student services.
  • Serve on cross functional teams for select student initiatives and programs such as student activities, orientation, commencement, welcome activities, etc.
  • Work with Faculty to insert needed topics in courses where appropriate.
  • Participate in activities to improve retention rates, graduation rates, and student engagement and student satisfaction.
  • Work in cooperation with IE Research Analyst, Project director, and Program Coordinator to track and summarize assessment data to analyze trends and make recommendations for practice improvements and creation of new policies.
  • Success coaches will teach an abbreviated session of a class, ID100, for at-risk students.

Required Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree required in Higher Education, Student Personnel, Counseling Psychology, or related program.
  • Three years or more experience in higher education working directly with students.
  • Experience with at-risk student populations is a plus.

Administrative Resident Director

Wilmington College is seeking candidates for the full time, exempt level position of Administrative Resident Director. This position is an integral member of Housing and Residence Life and provides consistent administrative support to the area in regards to facilities management, file management, residence hall staff training, management and coordination of services provided by the housing office. Additional duties include:

Housing Office:

  • Primary point of contact for all customers.
  • Process work orders.
  • Create student ID cards.
  • Maintain housing files.
  • Manage student billing.

Residence Life:

  • Coordinate staff program and activities.
  • Develop and implement training for residence hall staff.
  • Respond to emergency situations as needed.
  • Serve on campus on-call duty rotation.
  • Supervise resident assistants.

Education and Skills:

  • Master’s degree in Counseling, Student Personnel, Student Development or related field preferred
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • Experience and understanding of small, liberal arts residential campus.
  • Supervisory/management experience.

This position requires on-campus residence. A furnished apartment and meal card are included in the compensation package.

Athletic Positions

There are no athletic positions at this time.

Support Staff Positions

Plumbing/HVAC Assistant

Wilmington College is accepting applications for a Plumbing Assistant in our Physical Plant group. This position performs preventative maintenance, repairs or replacements on all mechanical equipment associated with heating, air conditioning, exhaust fans, kitchen equipment, air compressors, pumps, appliances, and plumbing.

Qualified candidates should possess a high school diploma plus have two years of related experience in plumbing and HVAC maintenance, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum requirement: Demonstrated ability to read technical specifications and work orders and to complete job tickets and requisitions. Knowledge of plumbing and HVAC systems and basic electrical knowledge. Knowledge of computerized control systems. CFC Certification preferred. Ability to safely operate a forklift and other maintenance equipment. Willingness to perform all types of basic repairs and projects, including snow removal and room setups, as a member of the maintenance team. Ability to lift over 65 pounds and to climb and work on ladders, scaffolding and roofs, as well as crouch and crawl in enclosed spaces. Ability to work safely and productively as a member of the maintenance staff.