The custodial staff assists in maintaining building appearance which consists of all areas including lobbies, entrances, classrooms, offices, hallways, break rooms, auditoriums, SRC, conference rooms, staircases, restrooms, and shower rooms.
Performs a variety of administrative assistance for the Executive Director and Associate Director of Alumni Relations. Updates constituent information in the database and generates database reports. Assists with receptionist duties for the Alumni and Development Offices.
Primary responsibility for providing administrative support for the college’s International Admissions efforts and Diversity Center programs. Provides administrative support to the executive director of the Center for Global Learning. General office and receptionist duties. The position is 40- hours per week for the 10-month academic year and 15-hours per week for the 2-month summer period.
The strength and conditioning coach will be responsible for: developing, organizing, and monitoring individualized strength training programs for members of nineteen intercollegiate athletic teams
Applications are now being accepted for 2016-2017 AmeriCorps members serving with The Luther College Center for Sustainable Communities and the Northeast Iowa Food and Fitness Initiative. Join a team of passionate folks serving area schools in order to integrate healthy living into school culture through modeling and education. AmeriCorps members will live and serve within the following school districts across Northeast Iowa, including Oelwein, New Hampton, West Union, Postville, and Waukon. As part of their service, members will teach nutrition education classes, build and support school gardens, encourage Safe Routes to School and integrate Farm to School activities across their assigned district. Through their work, members will deepen the understanding for students, teachers and staff about the benefits of growing and consuming healthy, green, affordable food and being physically active. Training is provided. Service members receive a modest living allowance, travel reimbursement and an education award, which can be used for higher education tuition or loan repayment after completing a full term of service. The term of service is September 1, 2016 – August 31, 2017. Luther College is currently accepting applications on a rolling basis; positions will be open until filled. Please submit an electronic letter of interest and a résumé highlighting experiences and rationale to Emily Neal, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
The Case Manager will provide case management support in the Student Life Office in support of student success and persistence.
Primary responsibilities of the position include coordinating the recruitment of students from a specific geographical region, visiting targeted high schools, and attending select college fair programs. Duties will also include interviewing prospective students 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.
The Residence Hall Director is responsible for coordinating the student learning and community and personal development program in a coeducational residence hall housing approximately 300 first-year students.
Reporting to the Director of Residence Life, the Residence Hall Director serves as a member of the residence life team and has responsibilities both within the residence hall as well as within the larger Residence Life Office.
Plans, directs, and coordinates components of the annual giving program, in concert with Director of Annual Giving and Vice President for Development, by performing the following duties personally or through other staff or volunteers.
Responsible for managing the daily traffic flow of the Financial Aid Office (guest, callers, mail, email, faxes) as well as the coordination of the student file completion process.
In support of the Luther College President’s Council, the college’s premiere giving society, the Leadership Giving Officer (LGO) will seek to secure visits with prospective leadership-level donors and will work to secure new and renewed multi-year pledges for the Annual Fund. Independent travel to meet donors throughout the greater Midwest and the United States is required. The LGO will be an integral member of a seasoned Annual Fund team.