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Wisconsin Lutheran College is a four-year, independent, Christian liberal arts college affiliated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. We value quality teaching and active scholarship. Our goal is to deliver a rigorous, personalized education within a caring Christian community of scholars and students. Education at Wisconsin Lutheran also involves the spiritual development of our students. Because of this spiritual dimension, a Wisconsin Lutheran faculty or academic staff position is a form of public ministry.

Accordingly, the College seeks to recruit faculty and staff who are active members of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) or the Evangelical Lutheran Synod (ELS) who share our commitment to quality Christian higher education and faithfulness to the Scriptures. After identifying qualified candidates, the College (under the auspices of the praesidium of the Southeastern Wisconsin District of the WELS) forwards a "call" document to the selected individual.


    Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) does not unlawfully discriminate in its policies, procedures, or practices on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, disability, age, or status as disabled veterans or veterans of the Vietnam era.  

    Because WLC is a college ministry espousing Bible based confessional Lutheran beliefs, and affiliated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS), the college reserves the right to give preference in employment to persons based on religion in accordance with our Bible based beliefs. This is in compliance with the federal law “exception to religion” component created in the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Wisconsin Lutheran College complies with all applicable laws which include, but are not limited to, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967.


    Mathematics Faculty Member (full-time, 1.0 FTE)

    The Mathematics Department at Wisconsin Lutheran College seeks candidates for a faculty position beginning Fall 2019. Responsibilities include teaching mathematics courses in statistics and calculus with the opportunity for teaching upper level classes in a specialty area. Teaching load is 12 credits per semester.
    A M.S. or Ph.D. in mathematics, applied mathematics, or statistics is required. Candidates must have excellent communication skills and must demonstrate the potential for outstanding teaching. WLC is committed to providing the opportunity to pursue scholarly activities that may include research with undergraduate students. 

    Candidates must be an active member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS), the Evangelical Lutheran Synod (ELS), or another confessional Lutheran denomination in fellowship with the WELS.
    To submit your nomination for this position:

    Please have the candidate send a cover letter discussing background, interests, and teaching philosophy in the context of a confessional Lutheran liberal arts college; curriculum vitae; and three letters of recommendation including one letter from the candidate's pastor discussing personal qualities via email to the Mathematics Department Search Committee Chair at
    Initial deadline for applications is January 31, 2019. Review of nominees will continue until a divine call has been issued and accepted and the position is filled.


    At this time, WLC seeks to identify individuals who may be uniquely qualified to teach in Christian higher education within the fields of Computer Science, Accounting, Marine Biology, and Sports Management.  

    These individuals must:

    1. Be passionate in their vocation and have an interest in teaching within the context of Christian higher education.
    2. Hold an advanced degree, or be pursuing an advanced degree in their field.
    3. Be a member in good standing with a congregation in the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) or Evangelical Lutheran Synod (ELS) since teaching is considered a form of Public Ministry.

    Candidates must have excellent communication skills and must demonstrate the potential for outstanding mentorship and teaching undergraduate students. A commitment to active scholarship, which includes student participation, is expected. Service on academic committees and in the church and community are essential.

    Please nominate a qualified WELS/ELS individual using the brief nomination form. You may also feel free to contact the Office of the Provost ( Review of candidates will continue until a Divine Call has been issued and accepted and the position has been filled.


    Wisconsin Lutheran College is seeking a full-time Office Coordinator in the College of Adult & Graduate Studies (AGS). This position serves as a resource and communication hub for AGS students, facilitators, instructors, enrollment/advising team, administrative staff, and internal college departments regarding AGS policy and process to best serve student needs. As such, this role is responsible for a wide variety of customer service, data management, project management, support and administrative duties and provides direct support for the Dean of AGS to facilitate AGS growth and development in accordance with WLC mission and values.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Serve as AGS resource and communications hub for students, facilitators, and internal WLC departments to facilitate AGS daily operations.
    • Develop, maintain, utilize and enforce consistent application of the AGS operating policies, procedures, documents, forms and materials to ensure efficiency, service and quality to Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) AGS students.
    • Develop effective internal campus relationships with marketing, business, admissions, financial aid, and registrar personnel to maintain processes that ensure student, course facilitator/instructor, and AGS staff needs are served efficiently with difference making service and care.
    • Align AGS office management processes to support strategic plans and objectives to advance WLC's mission and ministry.
    • Facilitate course scheduling and logistics including but not limited to reserving classrooms; ordering, tracking, and delivering textbooks and course materials; initiating and tracking course evaluations, and collaborating with the director of academic technology (DAT) for integration of such services and materials in online and onsite courses.
    • Support and assist the entire AGS enrollment team with data management and communication services as needed; collaborating with WLC's communication and marketing specialist to support timely deployment of special AGS marketing campaigns. As needed, work to facilitate consistent communication between AGS enrollment personnel and candidate students.
    • Maintain, and modify as needed, AGS internal control systems, partnering with IT and other support departments, to include: AGS data management, student and program records, financial records, as well as any other tracking requirements associated with assessment and licensure/certification reporting.
    • Support and efficiently lead a culture of continuous improvement for AGS office management processes; providing ideas as necessary to improve efficiency, quality, outcomes, and customer service.
    • Support and facilitate efforts of the Dean of AGS in recruiting and engaging quality facilitators, instructors, and guest lecturers.
    • Conduct facilitator, faculty, and staff onboarding processes, leveraging internal resources and external vendors as needed to ensure thorough orientation, training, and support.
    • Facilitate interaction with HR for course facilitator agreements and initiating payroll.
    • Facilitate interaction with the business office for purchases, invoicing, reimbursement, account reconciliation, budget development, and associated tracking processes.
    • Ensure maintenance of appropriate accreditation records, data and timely reporting as needed to accreditation agencies, and in support of Dean's strategic data needs.
    • Perform all office coordination duties including, but not limited to: word processing, copies, filing, data entry, telephone/email receptionist, mail, maintaining records and files (hard copy and/or electronic as needed), drafting documents, correspondence, scheduling and maintenance of appointments.
    • Collaborate with the AGS team members in accomplishment of AGS projects and initiatives. This may also include providing moderate support for AGS faculty and adjunct professors in preparation/distribution of course materials, correspondence or other support needs.
    • Assist in the supervision, direction and mentoring of student employees.
    • Perform other duties as assigned and approved by the Dean of AGS for/with other AGS team members.


    Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor's degree required; in lieu of bachelor's, equivalent successful office coordination experience may substitute
    • Minimum of 3 years successful office coordination and/or related professional operational/executive support role.
    • Prior project coordination and responsibility for accurate record keeping required.
    • Higher education work experience is desired, preferably in an administrative support or office management role.
    • Familiarity with teacher education and/or licensure/certification is preferred.
    • Experience and/or knowledge of integrated work flow processes for admissions, financial aid, registrar and business office is preferred.
    • Jenzabar inquiry and applicant tracking database experience is a definite plus.
    • Demonstrated experience and passion in serving others, and respect of all others as God's creation.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Must be able to perform duties in a manner consistent with the WLC's Code of Christian Conduct and WLC's mission, ministry, and affiliation with the WELS.
    • Excellent organizational skills and abilities to serve by completing multiple tasks simultaneously, yet seamlessly.
    • Exceptional service orientation, attitude, and demeanor as delivered through engaging interpersonal, customer service and problem solving skills.
    • Proven oral and written communication skills marked by appropriate professionalism and judgment for each situation and enhanced through the ability to relate effectively on multiple levels with faculty, staff, students, administration, internal associates, and external partners.
    • Demonstrated ability to use a personal computer and various software packages such as Microsoft Office and other related database software, with knowledge of Jenzabar database and reporting being a definite plus.
    • Excellent team player with outstanding collaboration skills with ability to stay on task, prioritize, and lead the day-to-day tasks in support of team and customers.
    • Strong ability to establish priorities, work independently, problem solve and accomplish objectives without supervision, yet exercise judgment regarding the escalation to leadership/partners as needed.
    • Ability and capacity to work some evenings, weekends, and potentially holidays as needed to serve AGS students and accomplish program goals.

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to