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Regional Assistant (Part-time) Hourly, Part-Time Kokomo, IN, Louisville, KY, Merrillville, IN
The Regional Assistant plays a vital role in the operation and success of Indiana Wesleyan University’s Education Center. Each center strives to partner with the community to meet its educational needs. Providing professional meeting space allows IWU to build these partnerships while serving the local community. This role is well suited for someone who is energetic and relational, has a passion to serve, organizationally gifted, motivated by contributing to a team, and enjoys finding solutions. In addition, skills related to customer service, communication, self-motivation, and attention to detail will help make the Regional Assistant successful. The Regional Assistant provides administrative and operational support to regional center leaders and may be involved in assisting with daily functions of more than one regional center.
Advancement Services Gift and Data Coordinator Full-Time, Hourly Marion, IN
Under the general supervision of the Director of Advancement Services, the Advancement Services Gift and Data Coordinator is responsible for managing the timely processing and stewardship of gifts and pledges. This position maintains all donor and alumni records. This position is vital within University Advancement as it is responsible for the recording of all gifts and pledges using a variety of applications and processes as well as maintaining the integrity of university data. The Advancement Services Gift and Data Coordinator will provide support for Advancement Operations staff and acts as a liaison to donors with questions related to their giving records. This position will be required to support University sponsored events as needed.
Coordinator for Diversity and Intercultural Integration Administrative, Full-Time Marion, IN
The coordinator provides high-level administrative support for the Vice President (VP) for Diversity and Intercultural Integration by attending leadership meetings, conducting research and data analysis, preparing reports, handling highly confidential information and requests, engaging in problem solving related to routine matters that arise, assisting in coordinating and tracking work of those who report to the VP, and performing clerical functions such as correspondence, internal and external communications, office management, web updates and university collaborations.
Assistant Volleyball Coach (Part-time) Administrative, Part-Time Marion, IN
The Assistant Volleyball Coach will assist the Head Coach to develop, manage, and successfully coach volleyball, to include scheduling, recruiting, equipment management, reporting scores and statistics, and website updating. Within the leadership oversight of the Department of Athletics, our challenge is to build committed leaders who are agents of change in their world for Christ. This kind of leader is committed to Christ-a Kingdom seeker; to their peers - a compassionate friend; and to the broken world around them - a world changing Christian.
Director of Partnership and Teacher Licensing Administrative, Full-Time Marion, IN
The Director of Partnerships and Teacher Licensing serves as representative for the School of Teacher Education (STE) in the community, liaison to the Indiana Department of Education, and administrator of clinical experiences and the licensure process. This role involves administrative, teaching, and supervising responsibilities critical to the preparation of teacher candidates.
Assistant Baseball Coach (Part-time) Administrative, Part-Time Marion, IN
At IWU we are committed to disciple-making - to influencing each other to become more like Jesus in every area of life. Disciple-making leaders are Kingdom seekers committed to Christ, compassionate friends committed to their peers, and world changers committed to the broken world around them. The primary responsibilities of the Assistant Baseball Coach is to assist, support and encourage a successful intercollegiate athletic program representing coaches and student-athletes.
Class Start Specialist Full-Time, Hourly Marion, IN
The position is the initial contact for marketing representatives to approve students for class start. The class start specialist is a member of a cooperative team which follows the student through the enrollment process to ensure financial responsibility and preparedness.
Academic Advisor Administrative, Full-Time Cincinnati, OH, Cleveland, OH, Fort Wayne, IN, Greenwood, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Louisville, KY, Marion, IN, Merrillville, IN
Provides Academic Advising and other student support services for online and onsite National & Global students as they pursue various degree and certificate programs. Services provided include: academic advising, planning and scheduling out courses to degree completion, acting as a student advocate; assisting students with all academic needs related to completing their degree, and developing means of communication and support to students.
Project and Administrative Manager Administrative, Full-Time Cincinnati, OH, Cleveland, OH, Fort Wayne, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Louisville, KY, Marion, IN, Merrillville, IN
The Project and Administrative Manager will be responsible for coordinating and supporting the development and implementation of new regional initiatives within IWU-National & Global's Enterprise Development & Regional Ventures division. This work includes managing and tracking the progress of ventures projects and supporting venture directors in connecting with both internal university resources and external partners. At times, this role will also take ownership of projects and help to move them forward to completion and review. The role also provides administrative support to the Vice President of Enterprise Development and Regional Ventures. The ideal candidate will have a passion for innovation in higher education and a track record of successfully managing and implementing projects. They will be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to work effectively with a wide range of internal and external partners.
Assistant or Associate Professor in Exceptional Needs Education Faculty, Full-Time Marion, IN
The Indiana Wesleyan University School of Teacher Education (Marion campus) invites applications for a full-time faculty in Exceptional Needs Education. Must be prepared to promote skills of equity among undergraduate students, and support thriving, safety, and equity for all undergraduate students. All candidates must be dedicated to liberal learning and the integration of faith and learning within a Wesleyan Christian perspective. Position anticipated for Fall 2023.
SEO and Digital Media Manager Administrative, Full-Time Marion, IN
The SEO and Digital Marketing Manager will be responsible to monitor and optimize content on the University's external web properties to the highest SEO standards. This candidate will need to possess the technical ability to make web changes to the University's external web properties to follow the most up to date SEO guidelines. This person will work closely with leadership to establish/refine strategy to drive both organic and paid initiatives. This person will work with management to oversee work/provide insights to work being done from agencies around the University's organic and paid initiatives.
Front-End Web Developer Administrative, Full-Time Marion, IN
The Front-End Web Developer will work with a highly collaborative team to bring to life pages that are pushing the envelope in higher education. This position will work to ensure that all designs and modules follow best practices in SEO development. This position will need to have a strong understanding of UI/UX, Accessibility, and SEO best practices and trends; and always stay up-to-date with the ever-changing standards. They will also need to work between the web team, design team and the client to ensure all web standards and collected requirements are met.
Facilities Services Temp Summer & Academic Year (Full-time) Full-Time, Hourly, Temporary Marion, IN
The Facilities Services Temp position would serve the campus community in the capacity determined by the Director of Facilities Services. Responsibilities could include: General Maintenance, General Housekeeping, General Grounds Care, and/or Assist where needed within the Facilities Services department.
Budget Manager Administrative, Full-Time Marion, IN
This position supports the financial functions of Indiana Wesleyan University specializing in budget management, forecasting, financial analysis and financial reporting. The individual must be curious, a self-starter, problem solver, responsible, resourceful, analytical and ready to learn and grow.
Copywriter Administrative, Full-Time Marion, IN
The Copywriter serves as a copywriting and editing assistant on the Communication Team in Indiana Wesleyan University's Marketing Department. This position is highly involved in multiple aspects of marketing communications in email marketing, promotional literature, web content, direct-mail campaigns, blogs, and articles for University publications. The Copywriter position is highly collaborative, working with multiple teams in the Marketing Department and outside the department to produce effective, engaging content. Applicants for this role should be well-versed in multiple content forms and platforms and able to fulfill a wide variety of copywriting and editing requests.
Upward Bound Summer Instructor (Part-time/Temporary) Administrative, Part-Time Marion, IN
The Upward Bound Program is an early intervention pre-college preparatory program for high school students funded by the US Department of Education and is sponsored by Indiana Wesleyan University. The Upward Bound Summer Instructors are responsible to the Director of TRIO Programs. The primary purpose is to teach the Upward Bound students during the summer program in the approved subject area. The Upward Bound summer program provides summer instruction to the Upward Bound students to prepare them for the upcoming academic year. The Upward Bound Program is seeking the following Summer Instructors: Core subject areas available: math, laboratory sciences, foreign language, English composition and literature. Elective classes are based on need or potential learning experience. Examples of elective classes include but not limited: art, theater, robotics, finance, physics, nutrition, fitness, photography, life skills and etiquette with the ability to teach Culinary, Art, Swimming, Pottery, Business, Agriculture or Dance. If interested in an elective class, contact the Upward Bound Staff with your idea of a topic: (1) Elective Instructor; (1) Math Instructor to instruct 2 math courses on a block schedule; (1) English/Composition instructor; (1) Science/Lab Instructor; and (1) Foreign Language Instructor.
Upward Bound Summer Resident Assistant Administrative, Full-Time Marion, IN
Upward Bound (UB) is a federally funded TRIO Program that provides fundamental support to Grant County students in grades 9-12, in their preparation for college entrance. Through various supportive initiatives, such as academic tutoring, academic advising, educational/cultural field trips and much more, Upward Bound identifies, motivates, and prepares eligible historically minoritized and potential first-generation college students to complete high school, enroll in, and ultimately achieve success in higher education pursuits. Summer Resident Assistants (RAs) are responsible for ensuring the wellness and overall positive experience of IWU’s UB participants. RAs reside in the residence hall and provide supervision and academic oversight to UB students participating in a six-week residential summer program that simulates a college experience. RAs act as first-responders when it comes to collaborating and interfacing with the students, spending the majority of their time working with them in an interpersonal capacity.
Full time Faculty: Professor of Christian Ministry (Theological Education in Spanish) Faculty, Full-Time Marion, IN, Remote
Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University invites applications for a full-time faculty appointment in Christian Ministry to begin July 1, 2023. Qualified applicants should have academic and professional expertise in Practical theology, Bible, Pastoral Care, Leadership or Christian Ministry related fields and demonstrate a commitment to theological education, theological scholarship, and the formation of pastoral ministry leaders in a variety of settings. Applicants must hold a terminal degree (PhD or equivalent) in one of the fields stated above; must hold an MDiv or equivalent; and pastoral experience in a local church is strongly preferred. Wesley Seminary faculty must be committed to excellence in engaging adult learners in both online and onsite modalities; possess a heart for the local church; view teaching as a service to the church; and embrace the Wesleyan tradition. Significant experience in local church ministry is strongly preferred. Responsibilities will include a teaching load of 21 credit hours per year, oversight of existing and emerging courses in Christian Ministry offered in the MA, MDiv, and DMin programs, and relevant institutional service to Wesley Seminary and IWU. Applicants who bring diverse ethnic, racial, gender, and class perspectives to their scholarship and teaching are especially encouraged to apply, as well as those who possess teaching competency in more than one language. Please prepare a cover letter, a one-page statement summarizing your philosophy of seminary education within the Wesleyan tradition, and a curriculum vitae (detailing of education; teaching, ministry, and volunteer experience; scholarship and publications; and references). All materials should be submitted electronically via Indiana Wesleyan University’s employment portal. Shortlisted candidates may be invited to submit additional written materials prior to a phone or on-campus interview. Preliminary application deadline is February 24, 2023.
Chair, Division of Technology, DeVoe School of Business, Technology, and Leadership Administrative, Faculty, Full-Time Marion, IN
The position is a full-time, 12-month position responsible for providing innovative leadership and direction for all academic offerings in the Division of Technology, which is part of the DeVoe School of Business, Technology, and Leadership (DBTL).). In conjunction with other DBTL academic leaders, manage the development and maintenance of curricula, create new academic programs, develop systems and structures to support the programs, and supervise faculty and staff of the division.
Regional Sites Manager Administrative, Full-Time Cincinnati, OH, Dayton, OH, Florence, KY
The Regional Sites Manager (RSM) plays a vital role in the smooth operation and success of the Cincinnati, OH; Dayton, OH; and Florence, KY Education Centers of Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU). Cincinnati, Dayton, and Florence are part of the regional education centers located throughout Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky and sit within the National & Global unit of IWU. Each center strives to partner with their community to meet its educational needs. Providing professional meeting space, in addition to educational programs for working adults, allows IWU to build these partnerships while serving the local community. This role is suited for someone who is highly relational and has a love of problem-solving and innovation. In addition, skills related to supervising personnel, customer service, sales, building management, team building, project management, and negotiation will help make the Regional Sites Manager successful. He/she assumes primary responsibility for property management of the building and staffing for daily campus operations. Supervises regional operational staff. Serves as the conference services manager for Cincinnati, Dayton, and Florence. Assists the Director with projects as needed. This salaried position will have a regular, predictable work schedule determined in collaboration with the Director of Education (Indiana). Hours may vary according to scheduled special events and or the need for staff coverage. Some travel will be required and communicated in advance.

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