Responsible for recruitment of students from Des Moines and southern Iowa geographic area. This position will physically be located in the Des Moines area, with the candidate working from a home office. Duties will also include interviewing prospective students when on campus and assisting with other admissions-related activities/events as assigned. Extensive travel is required, and candidates must be able to work evenings and weekends when appropriate.
Serve as an assistant women’s soccer coach, and in collaboration with the head coach, help coordinate all aspects of the program.
This college mental health professional provides the highest level of ethical psychological treatment for students and delivers a full range of services to student clients and to the campus community. The counselor provides assessment, individual and group counseling; crisis intervention; referral to off-campus mental health resources; consultation; response to college-wide crisis, and outreach programming. This position requires the ability to function independently and effectively in responding to a wide variety of student mental health issues, including issues that are serious and involve significant risk.
Serve as a member of the athletics department administrative team managing daily operations and planning of in the Regents Center and outdoor practice and competition venues.
The strength and conditioning coach will be responsible for: developing, organizing, and monitoring individualized strength training programs for members of nineteen intercollegiate athletic teams; organizing and managing individual and team strength data.
Serve as an assistant volleyball coach, and in collaboration with the head coach, help coordinate all aspects of the program
Library and Information Services is seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented programmer analyst to develop software solutions, and provide support for information systems serving students, faculty, staff and alumni, to join our team of software developers.
Knowledge of procedural computer languages and experience using SQL databases is required. You should have excellent communication skills and analytical skills. Technical knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server, web APIs, security, and network interfaces is desired. Our campus workplace is a mix of Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Responsible for leadership of the Registrar's Office to include; maintaining student academic records and upholding the academic regulations of the college.
This entry-level management position plans, directs and coordinates all components of the student engagement functions of the Development Office by performing the following duties. This is an 11-month position (August 1 to June 30).
The floater custodial staff member fills in for an employee on leave in academic and residential buildings. The custodial staff assists in maintaining building appearance which consists of all areas including lobbies, entrances, classrooms, offices, hallways, break rooms, auditoriums, conference rooms, staircases, study lounges, restrooms and shower rooms.
A tenure-eligible position in the Department of Nursing.
BEGINNING DATE: Late August 2015.
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of a Master’s Degree, Doctorate preferred. The successful candidate must have experience in medical-surgical and/or critical care nursing. Experience in the hospital/health care setting within the past 3-5 years is desired. Involvement with geriatrics, informatics, or research is beneficial. The successful candidate should demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence in an undergraduate liberal arts setting, maintain an active scholarly agenda, and have a proven ability to work as a team member. Eligibility for RN licensure in Minnesota and Iowa required. Prior to tenure consideration (5 years), a minimum of fifteen semester-hours credit of post-Master’s study in nursing or a related field, or current advanced certification in a nursing related field is required.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Teaching expectations will include courses, labs and/or clinicals in nursing. Courses that complement existing offerings, as well as contributions to the interdisciplinary programs of the college, may also be assigned based upon the applicant’s expertise and the needs of the department. The primary responsibilities will be on the main Luther College campus, but may require some teaching in Rochester, Minnesota. Full-time load is spread over the fall, January and spring terms. Additional duties include advising, committee and department work, and meeting with prospective students.
STATEMENT ON DIVERSITY: Luther College is committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community and the curriculum. We value the input of multiple viewpoints and perspectives to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity. Candidates are encouraged to identify their strengths or experiences that will contribute to this goal.
APPLICATION INFORMATION: Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. Applicant’s dossiers will include:
INQUIRIES: Inquiries about the position may be directed to Dr. LaDonna McGohan, Head, Department of Nursing, Luther College, Decorah, IA 52101; phone: (563) 387-1478; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information about the college is available by visiting the college website www.luther.edu, and/or the departmental website http://www.luther.edu/nursing. Questions regarding the application process should be directed to email@example.com.
Luther College • 700 College Drive • Decorah, Iowa 52101 • USA
563-387-2000 or 800-4 LUTHER (800-458-8437)