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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.

  • EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    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.

    JOB OPENING: SCIENCE LABORATORY SERVICES

    FULL-TIME JOB OPENING

    Science Laboratory Services and Building Manager:  Full-time role is primarily responsible for ensuring the daily stocking and functionality of the science labs to prepare and support effective high quality lab and course operations. Responsible for inventory management, records, and safe handling, and storage of all materials, plants, and animals in compliance with legal regulations and lab safety protocols and practices. Partners with academic leadership and faculty to ensure good stewardship of budget, supplies, and daily operations as well as specific approved projects as primary resource for support to faculty and students of such.

    Bachelor's degree in chemistry or related field is required. Prior work experience in a laboratory stockroom is preferred. Hazmat Certification (DOT) preferred. Experience within higher education and/or lab research operations preferred. Must have ability to safely lift up to 25-50 lbs regularly, including lifting items overhead. Must be able to perform duties in a manner consistent with WLC's Code of Christian Conduct and WLC's mission, ministry, and affiliation with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).

    To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to dustin.hoot@wlc.edu by Monday, July 17, 2017.

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    JOB OPENING: PART-TIME HEAD WOMEN'S TENNIS COACH

    Wisconsin Lutheran College
    Head Women's Tennis Coach, Part Time, 2017-2018 Academic Year
    Athletic Department

    Position Summary: Seasonal part-time head women's tennis coach is responsible for planning and directing recruitment, retention, conditioning, training, development, and spiritual mentorship of student athletes. This includes practice and game coordination as well as sound fiscal program management and compliance for Wisconsin Lutheran College's (WLC) NCAA Division III intercollegiate women's tennis program within a private Christian college setting.

    To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to Skip Noon, Director of Athletics, skip.noon@wlc.edu by June 15, 2017.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. Must have a bachelor's degree.
    2. Proven ability to organize, and execute with responsibility for a sport program's efficient operation.
    3. Must recruit quality student athletes.
    4. Have previous successful Tennis coaching experience, preferably of three years or more.
    5. Must have substantial knowledge of the technical aspects of the sport and apply techniques
    6. Continually assess and examine new approaches to enhance player development and performance.
    7. Must be able to perform duties in a manner consistent with WLC's Code of Christian Conduct and WLC's mission, ministry, and affiliation with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS), as demonstrated by active membership in good standing in the Wisconsin Lutheran Evangelical Synod (WELS or ELS).

    REPORTS TO:
    The Director of Athletics, who provides overall objectives and final evaluation.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Has a thorough knowledge of all Wisconsin Lutheran Colleges athletic policies and is responsible for its implementation by the entire staff.
    2. Has knowledge of the existing NCAA and Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference regulations, implements them and interprets them for their staff.
    3. Identify and contact frequently, prospective student athletes in concert with the admissions department.
    4. Establishes the fundamental philosophy, skills, and techniques to be taught by staff. Design staff meetings to ensure staff awareness of overall philosophy.
    5. Delegate specific duties, supervise implementation, and at season's end analyzes staff effectiveness.
    6. Assists in scheduling, providing transportation, and providing meals for road games.
    7. Assists in preparing to hold scheduled sporting events and practices and adheres to facility times.
    8. Gives considerable attention to student grades and conduct.
    9. Is present at all practices and games providing assistance and guidance for each participant.
    10. Initiates programs and policies concerning injuries and emergencies including completion of the necessary paper work.
    11. Directs assistants, student managers and statisticians.
    12. Determines discipline and delineates procedures concerning due process when the enforcement of discipline is necessary. This will be done in conjunction with the Director of Athletics.
    13. Participants in the budgeting function with the athletic director by establishing requirements for the next season.
    14. Is accountable for all equipment, collects the cost of any equipment lost or not returned, and submits an annual inventory and records.
    15. Organizes pre-season meetings.
    16. Promotes the sport within the school through recruiting athletes that are not in other sport programs.
    17. Promotes the sport outside the college through the news media and by running clinics.
    18. Checks with the college public relations department before releasing oral or written information to the media.
    19. Responsible for maintaining good relationships with alumni, parents, officials, volunteers, and fans.