Employment at Bellin College

Inquiries concerning Bellin College employment opportunities may be directed to Bellin Health Human Resources where information may be obtained for open positions, and the required online job application may be submitted along with a letter of interest and current curriculum vitae.


Currently, the college seeks:

 

College Assessment Program Director

This position provides college-wide leadership in developing, planning, and implementing the comprehensive College Assessment Plan (CAP). 

The main duties of the College Assessment Program Director include:

  • Designing effective learning activities for students, working collaboratively with administration, faculty, staff, and students.
  • Using metrics, analysis, and quality improvement processes to lead the development of student problem-solving skills
  • Utilizing assessment methodologies to ensure institutional student success, and to enhance instructional outcomes.

The qualified candidate will have:

  • At least 3 years of directly relevant experience at a four-year institution or a health care institution in the areas of outcomes assessment, academic quality improvement, and accreditation.
  • A master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
  • A doctoral degree or will complete their terminal degree within 5 years.
  • Experience with Microsoft products including PowerPoint and Excel (or similar product). Demonstrate excellence in decision-making.
  • Experience and familiarity with accreditation standards. 
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal communication skills

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Dr. Connie Boerst 
President/CEO | Bellin College
920-433-6622
connie.boerst@bellincollege.edu


Admissions Counselor

The Admissions Counselor is responsible for the recruitment of prospective students for all programs offered at Bellin College.  This person will meet with prospective students and their families in a variety of venues, promoting opportunities, advising them of admission processes, and targeting qualified students for academic programs.  Must have flexibility to work evening and weekend hours as needed.  Travel will be required, including evenings, overnights, and/or weekends. 

Reporting to the Director of Admissions & Enrollment Management, the main duties of the admissions counselor will include:

  • Building relationships with students, parents, and school counselors within an assigned geographic region
  • Reading and reviewing applications for admission to Bellin College, ultimately deciding the applicant’s admission status
  • Utilizing Technolutions/Slate CRM to communicate with students
  • Making informed recruitment decisions and assisting students & their families throughout the entire admissions process

Other duties may include:

  • Coordinating on-campus events
  • Collaborating with their team members on best practices 
  • Assisting with the development of the overall recruitment and marketing plans for the admissions department

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Master in higher education or related field preferred.  Valid WI Driver’s license required
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred
  • Must have the flexibility to work evening and weekend hours as needed (some travel will be required)
  • Proficiency in database software and Microsoft applications is a plus
  • Experience using a CRM, and specifically Technolutions/Slate, is preferred
  • Must demonstrate exceptional communication, organizational and interpersonal skills and be able to successfully work independently or collaboratively
  • Experience in higher education, admissions, counseling, advising, or related field preferred

Apply now

For more information, contact:

John F. McGreal, M.Ed.
Director of Admissions & Enrollment Management | Bellin College 
920-433-6685
John.McGreal@BellinCollege.edu
Pronouns: He/Him/His


Program Coordinator – Nursing Assistant Program

The Nursing Assistant (NA) Program Coordinator is responsible for the development and oversight of the NA Program at Bellin College in accordance with the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Training Program and Registry Manual. In addition to administrative responsibilities, the Coordinator will maintain an active teaching role in theory and lab, provide guidance and supervision in the clinical setting and assist the students with the certification process at the completion of the course. The Coordinator maintains positive relationships and assists with outreach efforts to area high schools.

A Bachelor of Science in Nursing is required. A Wisconsin State RN license is required. Must demonstrate the ability to work with diverse populations and skill in teaching high school and adult learners. Must possess excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and be able to work independently as well as collaboratively.

A minimum of two years full-time or equivalent direct nursing care experience required; experience in long term care nursing preferred.

Apply now

For more information, contact:

Dr. Mary Rolloff
Dean of Nursing
mary.rolloff@bellincollege.edu
920-433-6639
Dr. Mark Bake
Dean of Allied Health Sciences
mark.bake@bellincollege.edu
920-433-6626

Teaching Assistant — DScPT Program

This position is responsible for contributing to the instruction and learning assessment under the guidance of the lead faculty members for DSC751 Biostatistics I, DSC752 Biostatistics II, and the DSC901 and DSC902 Research Methodologies and Doctoral Project courses.

Applicants should have successfully completed DSC751 Biostatistics I and DSC752 Biostatistics II with the grad of AB or higher. Knowledge of academic content related to biostatistics and research methodologies is required. Must possess a willingness to work with students to facilitate learning objectives, organizational skills and interpersonal skills.

A minimum of two years experience teaching in physical therapy professional or post-professional education is preferred.

Apply now

For more information, contact:

Dr. Mark Bake
Dean of Allied Sciences/BSRS Program Director
mark.bake@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6626


HSRC Student Assistant

The Health Sciences Resource Center (HSRC) Student Assistant supports the activities of the HSRC. This position is responsible for activities as delegated by the HSRC staff. Must be a Bellin College student in good standing within the program. Certified nursing assistant or successful completion of basic nursing foundation/fundamentals coursework with demonstration and articulation of skill set required. Must be computer literate with knowledge of, and ability to, effectively and appropriately use hardware, software, and other HSRC equipment. Must be a motivated and independent worker who is self-directed yet also able to work cooperatively with others as a team player. Effective communication skills, interpersonal skills, responsibility, dependability and strong organizational skills are required.

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Adjunct Faculty – Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program

Qualified adjunct faculty are required on an as needed basis dependent on instructional resource needs. These are limited-term appointments.  Qualifications include, in part, a master’s degree in nursing with clinical and/or advanced specialization as appropriate; doctoral preparation in nursing preferred. Current State of Wisconsin RN license in good standing; 2-5 years minimum full time or equivalent direct care experience as a practicing registered nurse.  Competency in principles of learning, teaching, and curriculum development necessary.

Apply now

For more information, contact:

Dr. Mary Rolloff
Dean of Nursing
mary.rolloff@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6639


Adjunct Faculty – General Education

Qualified adjunct faculty are required on an as needed basis dependent on instructional resource needs. These are limited-term appointments. The minimum requirement is a master’s degree in the applicable field with specialization appropriate to the area of teaching responsibility; doctoral preparation preferred. Demonstrated expertise and successful instruction in the field; preferably two to three years of experience at the college level. Knowledge and skill in the application of the principles of teaching and learning. Knowledge in curriculum and curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation. Willingness to work with students to facilitate their learning. The adjunct faculty member is responsible for planning, implementation, and evaluation of the assigned student learning experiences in the classroom.

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For more information, contact:

Casey Rentmeester, Ph.D.
Director of General Education/Associate Professor of Philosophy
casey.rentmeester@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-4308


Nursing Assistant Instructor 

The Nursing Assistant Instructor will assist with the development of course curriculum designed to assist students to build the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the certification exam to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). The Instructor teaches classes/labs, provides guidance and supervision in the clinical setting and assists the students in registering for the certification exam upon completion of the course. Bachelor of Science in Nursing or Master of Science in Nursing required. Wisconsin State RN license required. Must demonstrate the ability to work with diverse populations and skill in teaching high school and adult learners. Must possess excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and be able to work independently as well as collaboratively.

Apply now

For more information, contact:

Dr. Mary Rolloff
Dean of Nursing
mary.rolloff@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6639


Bellin College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or other protected classes.

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