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Welcome! At Millikin University, we strive to employ dedicated and dynamic individuals who truly care about making a difference in the lives of our students by enhancing their overall academic journey. We believe that every employee counts when it comes to delivering an exceptional experience for the Millikin University student. 

As a demonstration of the University’s devotion to each of its employees, we offer excellent benefits, beautiful facilities and a warm and friendly working environment. Thank you for expressing an interest in Millikin University, and we hope you will consider joining the Millikin family.

Millikin University is currently recruiting for the position listed below. To learn more about each position, click on the position(s) that interest you to obtain more information about the duties, qualifications, application procedures and application deadlines. Millikin University has a strong commitment to nurturing a culturally diverse faculty and student body. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Administrative and Staff Positions:
After reading the detailed position description of the Open Position, click on the “Apply Now” tab and complete the online application. Positions may require a cover letter and resume along with your online application. The online application requires applicants to use the correct date format. Small calendars may be viewed under the following sections:
• Date available for work
• Education
• Employment History
Please click on the calendars to view the appropriate date format and use this format throughout the application.  Upon submission of application, you will receive a message stating, “Thank you for applying” if your application was successfully submitted.

Faculty Positions:
After reading the detailed position description, applicants should follow the application procedures listed in the position description and submit all application materials to the Chair of the Search Committee’s email address.


Open Positions at Millikin
expandAdjunct Professor - School of Music
Category: Faculty
Job Description:

MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY—Adjunct Professor position in applied voice. Tenor or bass preferred, but will consider all applicants. Masters degree minimum, additional study and/or experience preferred. Successful candidate needs to be comfortable teaching various vocal styles (e.g. opera, musical theatre, jazz, commercial, etc.), and able to play piano proficiently enough to accompany lessons. May include teaching in the Preparatory Department, which serves over 500 individuals in the greater Decatur area; may also include other areas depending on qualifications.  Start date: August 2014. The voice faculty at Millikin serves over 200 undergraduate music and musical theatre majors.

Candidates should submit letter of application, CV, and three letters of recommendation electronically (pdf) to: voicesearch@millikin.edu  Subject line should say application.  Any questions should be directed to the Voice Search Chair, Dr. William Gorton (wgorton@millikin.edu). Consideration of complete dossiers will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled.

expandAssistant Football Coaching Intern - Athletics
Category: Administrative
Job Description:

Millikin University

Division of Enrollment (Athletics)

Job Description

 

 


Position Title:           Assistant Football Coaching Intern

 


Department:            Athletics

 


FLSA:                     Exempt

 

Working Relationships:


Reports to:              Head Football Coach


Works Closely with:  Athletic Department Staff; Football Team Members

Position Summary:    This position will report to the Head Football Coach.  This internship is designed as a 10 month educational experience from August 1 to May 31 and is designed to give an individual with an interest in coaching the opportunity to hone his skill development and coaching ability in one or more position areas.  The appointment is for one year, with a possible one year renewal.  Pursuing a graduate degree at a nearby university may be possible.

 

Values:

 

All employees are expected to uphold the values of the University.  At Millikin University, we value:

 

  • Commitment to the discovery of knowledge
  • Civil debate
  • Passion and enthusiasm
  • Dignity and respect for individuals
  • A diverse and inclusive community
  • Integrity and responsibility
  • Advancement of the greater good

 

 









Primary Responsibilities - Intern Functions:         

 

Under the guidance of the Head Football Coach, the Intern will:

 

  1. Learn the process for recruiting successful student athletes.
  2. Assist in recruitment and retention of football players for Millikin University.
  3. Gain an understanding for the role of the student athlete in a DIII Athletic Program.
  4. Develop skills to compete for a full time assistant coaching position or graduate assistantship.
  5. Serve as a position coach.
  6. Develop ability to break down film in conjunction with other football staff.
  7. Develop ability to monitor academic progress of student-athletes.

 

Under the guidance of the Athletic Director, the Intern will:

 

  1. Have an opportunity to gain an understanding of the structure and organization of the NCAA, specifically Division III.
  2. Have an opportunity to gain an understanding of the role of athletics in a relatively small comprehensive University.
  3. Have an opportunity to gain exposure to athletic operations and event management beyond football.

 

Minimum Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Collegiate playing experience preferred
  • Strong interpersonal skills

 




Work Environment:

          Manual Dexterity:

·         Dexterity to operate a keyboard

          Physical Effort:

·         Typically sitting/standing/bending/stooping

·         Occasionally lifting 25 lbs. or more

·         Hearing and visual acuity within normal range

          Working Conditions:

·         Outdoor exposure to weather

·         Alternative or flexible work schedule

·         Travel and/or periodic overnight travel

 

expandAssistant Men's Soccer Coach Intern - Athletics
Category: Administrative
Job Description:

Millikin University

Division of Enrollment (Athletics)

Job Description

 

 


Position Title:           Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Intern

 


Department:            Athletics

 


FLSA:                     Exempt

 

Working Relationships:

 


Reports to:              Head Men’s Soccer Coach

 


Works closely with:   Athletic Department Staff, Soccer Team Members

Position Summary:    This position will report to the Head Men’s Soccer Coach.  This internship is designed as a 10 month educational experience from August 1 to May 31 and is designed to give an individual with an interest in coaching the opportunity to hone his or her skill development and coaching ability in one or more positions.  The appointment is for one year, with a possible one year renewal.  Pursuing a graduate degree at a nearby university may be possible.

 


Values

 

All employees are expected to uphold the values of the University.  At Millikin University, we value:

 

  • Commitment to the discovery of knowledge
  • Civil debate
  • Passion and enthusiasm
  • Dignity and respect for individuals
  • A diverse and inclusive community
  • Integrity and responsibility
  • Advancement of the greater good

 

 









Primary Responsibilities:     

 

Under the guidance of the Head Men’s Soccer Coach, the Intern will:

 

  1. Assist with identification, evaluation, and recruitment of student-athletes.
  2. Assist in all areas of team performance, including pre-season, post-season training, practice and competition.
  3. Design, plan and execute the year-round training program for the goalkeeper development and performance.
  4. Monitor the academic progress of student-athletes and provide encouragement, support and referral assistance as appropriate.
  5. Assist in the day-to-day operations, including not limited to, video breakdown, travel plans, equipment, and budget management.
  6. Assist and become active in promoting the program through social media.
  7. Implement and develop fundraising strategies to support annual operating budget.
  8. Perform other duties as assigned by the Mean’s Head Soccer Coach.

 

Under the guidance of the Athletic Director, the Intern will:

 

  1. Have an opportunity to gain an understanding of the structure and organization of the NCAA, specifically Division III.
  2. Have an opportunity to gain an understanding of the role of athletics in a relatively small comprehensive University.
  3. Have an opportunity to gain exposure to athletic operations and event management beyond soccer.

 

Minimum Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
  • Coaching and/or playing experience at the men’s collegiate level
  • Goalkeeping coaching and playing experience preferred
  • The successful candidate must demonstrate effective and excellent leadership, motivational, organizational and interpersonal skills.

 

Work Environment:

          Manual Dexterity:

·         Dexterity to operate a keyboard

          Physical Effort:

·         Typically sitting/standing/bending/stooping

·         Occasionally lifting 25 lbs. or less

·         Hearing and visual acuity within normal range

          Working Conditions:

·         Outdoor exposure to weather

·         Alternate or flexible work schedules

·         Travel and/or periodic overnight travel

 

Hazards:

 

Background Checks and or Testing:

            X Background and criminal history check

            £ Physical exam

            £ Drug test

            X  Driving record check

            £ Credit check

            £ Other: _______________________ 

 

expandAssociate Director of Donor Engagement - Alumni & Development
Category: Administrative
Job Description:

Division of Alumni and Development

Job Description

 


Position Title:  Associate Director of Donor Engagement

Department: 
   Alumni and Donor Engagement


FLSA Category:
     Exempt          

 


Working Relationships
:

Reports to:  Senior Director of Alumni and  Donor Engagement

Works Closely with:  Alumni and Donor Engagement team, colleagues in Alumni and Development Office, President’s Office, Catering, Facilities,  Public Safety, Athletics


Directly Supervises:
 N/A

 


Job Summary:
  Manages donor engagement functions and recognition programs and events for the Office of alumni and Development.

 


VALUES

All employees are expected to uphold the following values of the University: 

·         Commitment to the discovery of knowledge

·         Civil debate

·         Passion and enthusiasm

·         Dignity and respect for individuals

·         A diverse and inclusive community

·         Integrity and responsibility

·         Advancement of the greater good

 


Primary Responsibilities

1.    Provide administrative leadership for donor stewardship. Coordinate donor engagement, cultivation and stewardship functions through the planning, executing and staffing of prescribed programs and events.

2.    Work with development staff to coordinate and steward the university’s endowed scholarship and award programs through donor notification, engagement and events.

3.    Manage and maintain donor recognition devices and initiatives on campus.  

4.    Manage a pool of donor prospects for cultivation , solicitation, and stewardship.

5.    Oversee inventory and ordering of department premiums.

6.    Assist Alumni and Donor Engagement team with the implementation of Homecoming activities and alumni events as needed.

 


Contribute to the Alumni and Development Office and the University

·         Staff department and university events for the purpose of cultivation and stewardship of constituents.

  • Contribute to office and university initiatives, meetings, team sessions, and committees as appropriate or assigned.    
  • Represent the University to the Decatur and higher education communities in a professional manner.
  • Maintain and exhibit loyalty to the University, the Alumni & Development Office, and the Development profession.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Senior Director of Alumni & Donor Engagement.

 










Minimum Position Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s Degree required

·         Three to five years of progressively responsible work with donor engagement and/or event management preferred

·         Detail oriented

·         Excellent planning and organizational skills

·         Excellent oral and written communication skills

·         Possess outstanding interpersonal skills and enjoy working and communicating with others to help build relationships for fundraising purposes

·         Ability to plan, evaluate, and improve initiatives to achieve desired results

·         Knowledge of higher education, Millikin University and Decatur area preferred

·         Proficient use of Microsoft Office programs

·         Skilled in working with Banner database system or other customer relationship management program

·         Must have valid driver’s license

 

Work Environment:

           
Manual Dexterity: Sufficient to operate a keyboard 

Physical Effort: Typically sitting at a desk or table with occasional walking/standing/stooping, occasionally lift 25-50 lbs., hearing and visual acuity within normal range.

Working Conditions: Typical working conditions found in most administrative work areas, occasional outdoor exposure to weather, occasional evening and weekend working hours required.

 

Hazards:  None

 

Background Checks and or Testing:  


X  Background and criminal history check

    Physical exam

    Drug test

X  Driving record check

    Credit check
   
Other: _______________________ 

expandClinical Faculty/Director of Millitrax Recording Studio - School of Music
Category: Faculty
Job Description:

Millikin University’s School of Music seeks a Clinical Faculty/Director of Millitrax Recording Studio for a full-time, non-tenure track position effective August 2014.

 

Qualifications:  Professional experience as a recording engineer. Complete familiarity with analog recording studio technology and practices as well as extensive experience with digital recording technology.  Strong interpersonal skills; demonstrated vision, leadership and management skills necessary for around the clock studio operation.  Technical diagnostic skills and ability to conduct technological research as it affects future operations.  Strong desire to teach all levels of recording studio technology to Bachelor of Music candidates.  Graduate degree and teaching experience preferred; will consider a broad range of higher educational backgrounds including, but not limited to, electronics, computer science, business, or music technology. 

 

Skills/experience in any of the following areas would also be desirable: studio maintenance, facility design and implementation of infrastructure improvements, acoustics, business or entrepreneurship, video production, live sound, location/remote recording, mastering (for audio production), sound design/gaming, routing and networking.

 

Duties include teaching within the recording curriculum, developing and improving courses in collaboration with the Music Industry Studies faculty, administer recording studio operations and budget, recital recording, live sound crew, and academic advising.

 


Facility:
Millitrax Recording Studios consists of the Russ Berger designed “A” studio (large tracking room, isolation room, control room w/analog console, machine room) and a “B” studio (mixing room w/digital console, designed by Ronnie Dean).  A “C” studio, dedicated to video production, is under discussion. 

 


Millikin University
is a private, comprehensive institution serving approximately 2,300 undergraduate, graduate, full-time and part-time students who study in four colleges/schools: Arts and Sciences, Business, Fine Arts and Professional Studies. Situated on an attractive seventy-acre campus in Decatur, Illinois (population of 85,000), Millikin is located 180 miles southwest of Chicago, 150 miles west of Indianapolis, and 120 miles northeast of St. Louis. A Millikin education is characterized by performance learning — a unique approach to learning that builds the confidence to succeed before and after graduation. Students apply their learning to experiences both in Decatur and around the world. A vibrant campus community engages students in more than 90 student organizations and a close-knit Greek community. Millikin Big Blue athletics include 19 NCAA Division III teams as well as junior varsity teams and intramurals. In 2013, 99% of Millikin graduates gained employment or entry into graduate/professional school within six months of graduation. 

The School of Music:  Accredited since 1934 by NASM with 57 faculty and 290 students, offers BM degrees in performance, music education, commercial music, and music business, and the Bachelor of Arts in Music. The Music Industry Studies department currently serves 127 students pursuing either the B.M in Commercial Music or Music Business.  The School of Music’s curriculum embraces the interdisciplinary of diverse musical and academic experiences.  The School of Music is designated as an “All Steinway School.” A Millikin education is characterized by Performance Learning — a unique approach to learning that builds the confidence to succeed before and after graduation. Students apply their learning to experiences both in Decatur and around the world.

 


Application Process: 
Candidates should submit letter of application, statement of teaching philosophy, three letters of recommendation and CV electronically (pdf) to: recordingtechnology@millikin.edu.  Subject line should say application.  Review of applications will begin April 15, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.  Offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of background check.  Millikin University is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

 

expandDean of Admission - Admission
Category: Administrative
Job Description:

DEAN OF ADMISSION

Millikin University, a small, private university known for its performance learning approach to education, seeks nominations and applications for the position of Dean of Admission.

Company Description:

Millikin University, (millikin.edu) located in Decatur, Illinois, enrolls 1,800 traditional undergraduate students, 220 adult, continuing education undergraduates and 150 graduate students in more than 50 academic majors, minors and special programs. Situated on a 75-acre residential campus, Millikin offers “performance learning,” a unique educational approach teaching students to perform their learning in all disciplines and building the confidence needed to succeed before graduation. Last year, 99% of Millikin graduates gained employment or admission into professional or graduate school within six months of graduation.

Job Description:
Reporting directly to the Vice President for Enrollment, the Dean of Admission is a critical member of the Enrollment Management Team.

The Dean will:
● Design, develop and execute strategic recruitment plans for Millikin’s traditional undergraduate, PACE adult evening, and transfer programs to increase enrollment and retention at the University.
● Manage the day-to-day operations of the Office of Admission and a team of approximately 15 admission professionals in both operations and counseling roles.
● Be an experienced manager who can supervise, train, develop and motivate staff to work closely and collaboratively to achieve strategic enrollment goals.
● Oversee the daily progress of work, the implementation of best practices, the management of budgets and the alignment of resources with departmental and institutional needs and goals.
● Utilize data to inform strategic decisions, monitor territory development, refine travel planning and offer day-to-day reporting.
● Employ and understand financial aid leveraging and assist in refining financial aid strategies to intentionally shape the student body.
● Strengthen brand awareness and ensure communication of Millikin’s brand to prospective students.
● Develop and lead an aggressive team of admission professionals, alumni volunteers, and faculty and staff partners to power increased success in admission at Millikin.
● Serve as a strong partner to faculty, master a clear knowledge of the University’s academic offerings and culture, and lead faculty engagement in the recruitment process.
● Understand the enrollment issues facing private, comprehensive universities in the Midwest and in higher education overall.
● Be accountable for positive mission-driven outcomes and recruitment success as well as other University-wide initiatives as assigned.

Essential qualities of this position include exceptional commitment, high energy, integrity, professional acumen, technological prowess, issue analysis and resolution, and thoughtful and effective leadership.

A bachelor’s degree is required as well as a minimum of seven years of progressive admissions and enrollment higher education experience. A master’s degree with ten years of experience at a senior level position in admission is preferred. This position requires evidence of success in recruitment and enrollment, leadership and management, enrollment planning and data analysis, verbal and written communications, relationship development and management and use of enrollment technologies.

Application Instructions:

Please submit the Millikin University Employment Application (millikin.edu/employment) and attach a detailed cover letter, resume, and a list of four (4) professional references. Applications will be accepted until April 28, 2014. Campus interviews are anticipated for early May.  Employment and first day of work is contingent upon successful completion of background check.  Millikin University is an equal opportunity employer.

 

expandDuplicating and Imaging Technician - Information Technology
Category: Staff
Job Description:

Division of Finance and Business Affairs

Job Description


Position Title:  Duplicating and Imaging Technician

Department: University Services/Information
Technology
                      
FLSA Category: Non-exempt                        

 


Working Relationships:


Reports to: Assistant Director of Information Technology


Works Closely with: Mail Room Processors, Campus Community

Directly Supervises:  Student Workers

 


Job Summary: This position is responsible for running the Print Shop & Imaging Center.   This position is also responsible for pickup, sorting, processing, and distributing the mail in the case of absences or helping when necessary due to the amount of mail and packages.  This is a 32 hour per week full-time position, working primarily Monday through Thursday, 8am to 4pm and Friday, 9am to 1pm with some exceptions.


Primary Responsibilities:

1.         Coordinates and prioritizes duties in the Print Shop & Imaging Center to ensure that work is being completed in a timely fashion.

2.         Manages contracts/leases of equipment.

3.         Maintains toner inventory for all departmental copiers on campus.

4.         Signs student timesheets.

5.         Use of digital copiers, duplicators and binding equipment to provide supplication and printing services to the campus community.

6
.         Coordinates production of Photo ID’s for campus community.

7
.         Maintain and process billing for services.

8.       Manipulate computer software application for electronic print work.

9
.       Ensure student workers are properly trained and supervised in the use of all duplicating equipment.

10
.       Manage and train student workers in duplicating and imaging procedures.

11
.       Interview and hire student workers for the mailroom and print area.

12
.       Sign student workers time sheets.

Mailroom Processing (in the case of absences or amount of mail/packages)

1.
   
Pick up all mail from the US Post Office prior to the start of business.

2.    Sort interdepartmental and USPS mail for distribution to campus, process packages from UPS, express mail, media mail, Federal Express via arrival system and other vendors.

3.    Maintain a secure holding for all mail and packages.

4.    Responsible for bulk mailings and running processes for address verification

 

Other Duties:

1.            Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

 


Minimum Position Qualifications:


Education:       High School Diploma or equivalent

Experience:   1 – 3 years previous experience with copiers and finishing equipment; supervisory experience helpful.


Certifications/Licenses:

Specialized Knowledge and Skills: Familiar with Microsoft Office and computers; previous knowledge of printing/duplicating; able to prioritize and multi-task.

 

Work Environment:

            Manual Dexterity: Use of keyboard and typing, repetitive movement.


Physical Effort:           Ability to stand long periods of time, typically standing or walking, typically bending, crouching, stopping; ability to lift 25-50 lbs.

Working Conditions:
Office/equipment environment; exposure to moving equipment; exposure to sharp objects; some exposure to a high noise environment; some exposure to weather.

 

Hazards: Minimal exposure to toner and non-toxic glues.

 

 

Background Checks and or Testing:

            X  Background and criminal history check

            £ Physical exam

            £ Drug test

            £ Driving record check

            £ Credit check

            £ Other: _______________________ 

expandSecurity Officer - Public Safety
Category: Staff
Job Description:

 

Division of Finance and Business Affairs

Job Description

 

   

Position Title:  Security Officer

Department:    Public Safety         


FLSA:               Hourly- Non Exempt         

 


Working Relationships:


Reports to:  Security and Parking Coordinator/Security Team Leaders

Works Closely with:  Campus community, regional and local law enforcement, fire department.


Directly Supervises:  None

 

 


Job Summary:  This position serves as a security officer for the institution.  Ensuring the safety of the community via diligent patrol, life safety checks, and service to the campus community. 

 


This position has been designated as an “Essential” Employee under the Emergency Preparedness Plan in order to ensure that University operations continue uninterrupted during periods of public health or other emergencies, including those that require Millikin University to close or restrict operations.       

 


VALUES

 

At Millikin University, we value:

 

·         Commitment to the discovery of knowledge

·         Civil debate

·         Passion and enthusiasm

·         Dignity and respect for individuals

·         A diverse and inclusive community

·         Integrity and responsibility

·         Advancement of the greater good

Primary Responsibilities:

 

1.         Day to day patrol activity to ensure campus safety and security

2.         Security staffing of special events and programs

3.         Life safety checks of campus buildings and systems

4.         Securing and un-securing of campus buildings and classrooms

5.         General Investigation and reporting of incidents on campus

6.         Enforcement of University rules and regulations

7.         Maintain secure control of lost and found or evidentiary items

8.         Act as a first responder in crisis situations, including medical emergencies

9.         Observe and report any suspicious activity, threats to campus safety, or other concerns

10.       Respond and check fire, burglar, and duress alarms at campus property

11.       Provide safety escorts to campus community members as needed

Other Duties:

           

1.            Relieve officers assigned as dispatchers as needed

2.            Other duties as assigned

 

 

Minimum Position Qualifications:


Education:  High School Diploma/GED required, Associates degree or higher preferred

 

Experience:  Prior Military, Corrections, Law Enforcement preferred.  1+ year of security related experience also accepted

 

Certifications/Licenses:  Valid Driver’s License; ASIS certifications in CPP or PSP would be preferred, not required.

 

Specialized Knowledge and Skills:  First aid/CPR/AED; criminal/civil/regulatory investigations; strong verbal, written and interpersonal skills; ability to organize; problem solving; attention to detail; time management; work prioritization to meet deadlines; ability to adapt and adjust sometimes on short notice; mental toughness to perform and lead during crisis.

 

 

Work Environment:

 

Manual Dexterity:  Dexterity to operate a portable radio, keyboard, computer and other office or security equipment.

 

Physical Effort:  Physical condition sufficient to perform necessary security related duties (occasionally lifting 25-50 lbs, intermittently sitting/walking/standing/stooping/climbing multiple flights of stairs and access ladders, using tools requiring high dexterity; hearing and visual acuity within normal range (corrected) )

 

Working Conditions: Typical working conditions found in most administrative work areas, light industrial, and security related field conditions; Public Safety is a 24x7 operation so scheduling flexibility is required to accommodate changing business needs.  

 

Hazards:  As associated in working in the safety and security field.

   

 

Background Checks and or Testing:

            X         Background, criminal, and driving history check

            £         Physical exam

            X         Drug test

            X         Driving record check

                        Credit check

            £ Other: _______________________ 

 

 

expandUniversity Writer - Marketing & Media Relations
Category: Administrative
Job Description:

Division of Enrollment

Job Description

Position Title:     University Writer
Department:      Marketing & Media Relations         
FLSA Category:  Exempt          

Working Relationships:Reports to:  Associate Director of Marketing
Works Closely with:  Marketing & Media Relations Team, Admissions
Directly Supervises:   N/A

Job Summary:  Millikin’s University Writer serves as the principal voice behind Millikin communications.  From web content to advertisements, recruitment materials to newsletters, writing must reflect the University’s brand and emphasize message consistency.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Enhance the image of Millikin University through promotional writing.
• Create content for the Millikin University website.
• Analyze and interpret specific writing needs.
• Plan and create appropriate publications in accordance with specific budgetary requirements.
• Work actively and productively as part of the marketing team.
• Meet with internal clients to develop writing content.
• Serve as proofreader and editor on all projects as needed.
• Respond to tight deadlines.
• Additional job related duties as required by the supervisor.

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

 • Bachelor’s degree in writing, communication or another related field, plus one year of professional experience
• Excellent copy writing skills
• Excellent interview skills
• Business acumen
• Ability to operate under pressure and to meet deadlines
• Excellent MS Office skills
• Ability to work independently on projects and also collaborate as a strong team member
• Ability to deliver a high quality product in a fast-paced environment with a consistently heavy workload
• Knowledge of MLA and AP style writing guidelines

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Experience working as a communicator in a higher education or sales/recruitment setting
• Master’s degree, plus two years of professional experience

VALUES

All employees are expected to uphold the values of the University.  At Millikin University, we value:

·  Commitment to the discovery of knowledge
·  Civil debate
·  Passion and enthusiasm
·  Dignity and respect for individuals
·  A diverse and inclusive community
·  Integrity and responsibility
·  Advancement of the greater good

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Manual Dexterity: 
·  Dexterity to operate a keyboard

Physical Effort: 
·  Typically sitting at a desk or table
·  Occasionally lifting 25 lbs. or more
·  Hearing and visual acuity within normal range

Working Conditions: 
·  Typical working conditions found in most administrative work areas

Hazards:  None

Background Checks and or Testing:
    X  Background and criminal history check
    £ Physical exam
    £ Drug test
    £ Driving record check
    £ Credit check
    £ Other: _______________________ 

Applicants should complete the Millikin University Employment Application at millikin.edu/employment and send a cover letter, resume and three writing samples to mmr@millikin.edu. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. Millikin University is an equal opportunity employer.

expandVisiting Professor - Tabor School of Business
Category: Faculty
Job Description:

The Tabor School of Business at Millikin University seeks a dynamic candidate to teach select courses in Management and Marketing.  The candidate should have a fierce passion for teaching and must incorporate performance-learning projects into the coursework.  Course coverage could include: Principles of Management, Acquiring and Building Talent, Performance Management, Marketing Management, Personal Selling and possibly an MBA course.  

 


The successful candidate will have:

·         The capability for teaching excellence in the undergraduate and MBA levels

·         A relevant Master’s or Doctorate degree from an accredited institution

·         Well-developed written and verbal communication skills

·         A minimum of five years industry experience

 


Millikin University is a private, comprehensive university situated in Decatur, Illinois. The Tabor School of Business at Millikin prides itself on providing students with diverse opportunities in hands-on experiential learning.  Students in the school have engaged in consulting projects for small entrepreneurial, Fortune 500, and international firms. The school has an internationally recognized Center for Entrepreneurship.

  

Interested applicants may submit the following materials in one pdf document to Ms. Cindy Landacre at clandacre@millikin.edu:  

·          Cover letter

·          Curriculum Vitae

·          Statement of teaching philosophy

·          Minimum of three academic/professional references

 


Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Susan Kruml, Dean, Tabor School of Business at 217.424.6285
.

 

 

 

  

  

 

Click here for a copy of Millikin University's Annual Security Report, which complies with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statisticts Act. This report includes information about crime and the policies in place to deal with crime at Millikin University. To receive a paper copy of this report, please contact: Millikin University, Office of Safety & Security, 1184 West Main Street, Decatur, IL, 62522..
 
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