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Endowed Chair of Computer Science Faculty (Full Time) Marion, IN
Indiana Wesleyan University seeks applications for the Clapp Endowed Chair of Computer Science on the Marion, Indiana campus. This position is a full-time faculty position, supported by an endowment. The Clapp chair is allowed a reduced teaching load to allow time for research and other scholarly activities, including summer activities. Additional funding is available for these scholarly endeavors, as well as professional travel and program development. Ideal candidates would provide evidence of experience that equates to the rank of Full Professor. However, other applicants may be considered based on education and significant professional accomplishments in the technology industry. The Chair will have broad opportunity to define this new position and apply its resources to strengthen the Computer Science Department and his or her own professional growth. Applicants should show evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ, full agreement with the Wesleyan-Arminian theology, and commitment to liberal arts learning and the integration of Christian faith and learning. Starting Fall 2024.
Executive Director of Financial Aid Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
Under the leadership of the Chief Finance and Operations Officer (CFOO), the Executive Director of Financial Aid will oversee the day to day operations of all Financial Aid activities. The Executive Director will ensure key Financial Aid reporting obligations are met in a timely fashion, coordinate training and ensure a compliance culture at IWU. The Executive Director will ensure an effective and efficient organizational structure that serves the different student populations well. The Executive Director of Financial Aid will stay up to date on all Federal and State regulations and communicate changes to the university community to create a culture of compliance. Through a collaborative effort, the Executive Director will work closely with the CFOO, Budget and the VP of Enrollment to create a sustainable financial aid packaging strategy and manage the IWU Marion unfunded aid budget and IWU-Marion Financial Aid Office.
Civil Engineering Faculty Faculty (Full Time) Marion, IN
Indiana Wesleyan University seeks applications for a Civil Engineering faculty on the Marion, Indiana campus. This full-time permanent faculty position will join the growing Engineering department educating students pursuing a BSE (Bachelor of Science in Engineering) degree with a specialization in civil, computer, design, electrical, or mechanical engineering. The ideal candidate will combine engaging teaching with scholarly endeavors, preferably involving undergraduate research. Expertise is preferred in water resource engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, or other relevant specialties complementing the program’s existing strength in structural engineering. Candidates should have the ability to each courses such as fluid mechanics, geotechnical engineering, urban hydrology, geomatics, heat transfer, and thermodynamics. Applicants should show evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ, full agreement with the Wesleyan-Arminian theology, and commitment to liberal arts learning and the integration of Christian faith and learning. The Division of Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Sciences offers studies in Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Data Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Mathematics Education, and Statistics and serves approximately 90 students in these academic areas. Applicants should show commitments to the integration of Christian faith in teaching and practice. Rank and competitive salary based on qualifications. Starting Fall 2024 pending funding.
Mechanical Engineering Faculty Faculty (Full Time) Marion, IN
Indiana Wesleyan University seeks applications for a Mechanical Engineering faculty on the Marion, Indiana campus. This full-time permanent faculty position will join the growing Engineering department educating students pursuing a BSE (Bachelor of Science in Engineering) degree with a specialization in mechanical, computer, civil, design, or electrical engineering. The ideal candidate will combine engaging teaching with scholarly endeavors, preferably involving undergraduate research and/or industry engagement. Expertise is preferred in the thermal-fluid science areas of mechanical engineering. Candidates should have the ability to teach courses such as fluid mechanics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, design of thermal systems, engineering materials, and senior design. Applicants should show evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ, full agreement with the Wesleyan-Arminian theology, and commitment to liberal arts learning and the integration of Christian faith and learning. The Division of Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Sciences offers studies in Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Data Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Mathematics Education, and Statistics and serves approximately 90 students in these academic areas. Applicants should show commitments to the integration of Christian faith in teaching and practice. Rank and competitive salary based on qualifications. Starting Fall 2024 pending funding.
Program Assistant for the Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program (OTD) Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
The OTD Program Assistant is responsible for administrative support of the Occupational Therapy Program and OTD Faculty including daily administrative maintenance of the program, annual event planning, and routine hospitality tasks. This person works closely with the OTD Program Director, OTD faculty, OTD students, and other IWU departments and staff.
Core Faculty – Doctor of Physical Therapy Program (DPT) Faculty (Full Time) Marion, IN
Position is a full‐time 12‐month faculty appointment with administrative, academic, service and scholarship responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program and Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) as well as accreditation standards as set forth by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). The qualified individual will demonstrate competence in teaching, curriculum development, student advising, teamwork, and research. The DPT Core Faculty responsibilities are to 1‐ teach within a specific area of PT education (neurology experience preferred), 2‐ participate in program development, implementation, assessment, and accreditation, 3‐ represent the Program and the School of Health Sciences on University initiatives, 4‐ Contribute to research within a chosen field.
Campus Police Officer Hourly (Part Time) Marion, IN
This position is a 12-month, part-time, hourly position that reports to the Director of Campus Police and Emergency Management. This position serves as a sworn officer for the Office of Campus Police and oversees the safety and security of the Marion Campus.
IT Support Analyst Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
The IT Support Analyst is responsible for providing advanced technical and computer support for students and employees of Indiana Wesleyan University. Support is provided via multiple modalities: face-to-face in office, face-to-face in the field, phone/voicemail, and email. This position is expected to troubleshoot and document fixes for all incidents escalated to this team. IT Support Analysts are the primary escalation point for the student-staffed IT Support Representatives. Analysts are expected to aid in the development of standard operating procedures to empower the IT Support Representatives to resolve issues on first contact.
Pre-licensure Nursing Faculty Faculty (Full Time) Marion, IN
Responsible to manage and teach curricula within the Division of Pre-licensure Nursing. A minimum of 10 hours per week of scheduled office time set aside for contact with students.

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