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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 letter of interest and current curriculum vita.

Currently, the College seeks:

Dean of Nursing

Bellin College is seeking a Dean of Nursing to provide leadership and direction for the administration of the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Founded in 1909, Bellin College is one of Wisconsin’s premier private health sciences colleges. Bellin College has a distinguished reputation for providing students with a quality education which prepares them for the demands of the rapidly changing healthcare environment. The Bellin College campus located in Green Bay, Wisconsin embodies 450 students committed to excellence in nursing, medical imaging and healthcare education. This devotion is portrayed through Bellin College’s rich heritage, small class sizes and focused curriculum.

The Dean of Nursing assures the integrity of curriculum through effective planning, implementation, and evaluation of the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. S/he oversees coordination of the development, approval, and scheduling for clinical sites, community resources, and all course offerings to maintain and enhance educational programs. The Dean of Nursing must maintain standards and assume responsibilities for accreditation with the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and other higher education accrediting bodies. Assumes responsibility for administrative activities, and other projects and policies related to academics as delegated by the President. The ideal candidate will create an environment that supports and enhances the College’s mission, vision, values, philosophy, and quality improvement processes as they relate to the nursing programs. Knowledge and skills in the application of the principles and practice of educational leadership and administration are required. Must demonstrate experience in undergraduate and graduate curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation. The incumbent must be a graduate from an accredited school of nursing and hold an unencumbered RN License in the State of Wisconsin or Nurse Licensure Compact State. A master’s degree in nursing with an earned doctorate in nursing or related discipline is required. Must have a minimum of seven years nursing experience within the past ten years; five years experience as a faculty member in a baccalaureate or graduate nursing level program, and five years in an administrative role for a nursing education program.

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For more information contact:

Dr. Connie Boerst, EdD, RN
President/CEO
connie.boerst@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6622


MSN Program Director

Bellin College is seeking a Program Director to lead the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program. This position will assist the Dean of Nursing with the administration of the graduate nursing program and will participate in creating an environment that supports and enhances the College’s mission, vision, values, philosophy and quality improvement processes as they relate to the MSN program. Minimum requirement is a master’s degree in nursing with an earned doctorate in nursing or a related discipline, and nationally certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Must have graduated from an accredited school of nursing and hold a current, unencumbered RN License in the State of Wisconsin or Nurse Licensure Compact State. Minimum five years nursing experience within the past ten years, three years experience as a faculty member in a baccalaureate or graduate nursing level program and two years in an administrative role in a nursing education program. Must currently practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Must have knowledge and skill in the application of the principles and practices of educational leadership and administration. Must have expert knowledge and skill in graduate curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation as well as student academic affairs and management of resources. This position will assure the integrity of the graduate curriculum and scheduling of practicum sites through effective planning, implementation and evaluation of the graduate program. Must demonstrate expertise and successful instruction in the nursing field, advise and mentor graduate students and faculty members, coordinate the admissions process for the graduate program and facilitate the development and implementation of policies related to the graduate nursing program. Must maintain standards and assumes responsibilities as delegated for accreditation with the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

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For more information contact:

Dr. Connie Boerst, EdD, RN
President/CEO
connie.boerst@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6622


Student Clerical Assistant

The Student Services Clerical Assistant will serve the Student Services area as clerical support for the One-Stop-Shop and Admissions Department. Must be current Bellin College student in good standing. Must possess ability to accurately perform word processing and the scanning of documents and to learn and enter data in the Student Information System. Excellent communication skills, reliability, timeliness and positive work ethic are required. Must have ability to demonstrate familiarity with MS Office. Must be available for variable shifts per the College needs.

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For more information contact:

Russ Leary
Registrar
russell.leary@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6635


Student Concierge – Casual part-time

The Bellin College Student Concierge will serve the front desk area for greeting and assisting guests, employees, and students. Must be a current student in good standing at Bellin College and have the ability to communicate in a friendly, customer-oriented manner either in person or over the phone. Customer service experience is preferred. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel preferred.

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For more information contact:

Matt Rentmeester
Vice President of Strategic Engagement and Public Relations
matt.rentmeester@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6657


Faculty Member – English or Communication

Schedule:  FT (1.0)/80 – Days (8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)/variable PM hours

The Faculty Member General Education/Student Success Center (SSC) Coordinator teaches English or Communication classes in the General Education program and is responsible for the overall administration of the Student Success Center, which includes working closely with faculty members and tutors to ensure academic support services are appropriately managed. Must hold a Master’s degree in the applicable field with specialization appropriate to the area of teaching responsibility. Candidates with a Ph.D are preferred, though All But Dissertation (ABD) candidates will also be considered. Demonstrated competency in applying principles of learning, teaching, and curriculum development in the area of assignment obtained through academic credit, institutes, extension courses, continuing education offerings, and experience is required. The ideal candidate will show a competency in teaching Composition and Professional Writing, as well as a class in Health Communication. Must demonstrate experience in a leadership role in a university setting, as well as an understanding of student success. Must demonstrate 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 and curriculum and curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation is required. Must possess a willingness to work with students to facilitate their learning. Candidates are asked to upload a cover letter, CV, three letters of recommendation, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., recent teaching evaluations), and a writing sample. Applications received by Friday, February 9, 2018 will be given full consideration.

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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


Instructional Design Specialist

The Instructional Design Specialist researches and applies best practices in learning theory, course design principles, instructional technology, and quality review standards that promote excellence in teaching and learning. In collaboration with subject matter experts, s/he evaluates and develops digital content, tools, resources, course templates, and a variety of engaging instructional materials and technology integration for the academic programs. Provides leadership on the quality review process for online courses throughout the development lifecycle and serves as primary administrator and trainer for the Learning Management System (LMS). Bachelor’s degree in education, instructional technology or related field. Knowledge and understanding of Quality Matters standards and/or QM Certification a plus. Knowledge of instructional design principles, theories, models, applications, and technologies. Broad and efficient technical skill set including research and utilization of instructional technologies. Ability to interpret instructional/programming needs and produce appropriate instructional materials. Knowledge of quality course management standards and best practices in designing courses that promotes student engagement. Familiar with the operation and maintenance of a Microsoft Windows environment. Familiarity with software troubleshooting. Possess strong teaching, social, and communication skills. Familiar with learning management systems, Microsoft Office, and hardware used in a teaching environment. Knowledge of web development and maintaining website content and accessibility. Strong interpersonal skills and customer service ethic including a friendly and helpful attitude. Willingness to learn. Excellent problem-solving skills. Able to maintain accurate records and confidentiality. Compatible with and supportive of the College’s mission, vision, purpose, and values. Ability to present technology-related information and tools effectively to non-technical learners with varying backgrounds and skill levels. High attention to detail and strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills. Ability to work effectively independently and within a fast-paced team. Two years of computer and/or instructional design experience or equivalent education and training. Experience with training and instructional document development. Experience in successful project management. Experience in the design and development of accessible course templates based on established instructional design theories and practical experience preferred. Experience within a higher education institution and/or healthcare setting strongly desired.

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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.

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For more information contact:

Dr. Stephanie Stewart, Bellin College Dean of Nursing
stephanie.stewart@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. 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


Adjunct Faculty – Master 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 two years minimum, full time or equivalent direct care experience as a practicing family nurse practitioner; doctoral preparation in nursing preferred. Current State of Wisconsin RN license in good standing. Competency in principles of learning, teaching, and curriculum development preferred.

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For more information, contact:

Dr. Stephanie Stewart, Bellin College Dean of Nursing
stephanie.stewart@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6639


Adjunct Faculty – Psychology

The Adjunct Faculty member is responsible for planning, implementation, and evaluation of the assigned student learning experiences in the classroom. Master’s degree in Psychology or a closely related field is required. Doctoral preparation is preferred. Candidates should show an understanding of the principles of teaching and learning, curriculum, and assessment. Candidates should display a demonstrated expertise and successful instruction in Psychology and preferably will have a minimum of two years of experience teaching at the college level.

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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

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