Employment at Bellin College

Currently, the college seeks:

Academic Technology Specialist

The Academic Technology Specialist provides support and training on technologies used for teaching and learning. This position provides technical guidance and support for faculty who are integrating technology into their courses, develops innovative learning assets to enhance courses, and creates educational resources to improve technical capacities. This position also promotes best practices in technology utilization, provides training in digital literacy, supports learning management system inquiries, and assists with any technical difficulties that students and employees encounter in day-to-day operations of the college.

Qualifications:

  • Completed bachelor’s degree in instructional design, instructional technology, or information technology related field.
  • Two years of computer and/or instructional design experience or equivalent education and training. Experience within a higher education institution and/or healthcare setting strongly desired.
  • Knowledge of or familiarity with principles, configuration, operation, and maintenance of a Microsoft Windows environment as well as the configuration and installation of current desktop and server operating systems.
  • Familiarity with basic network, hardware, and software troubleshooting. Familiar with learning management systems, student information systems, Microsoft Office and Adobe suites, and hardware used in an educational environment.
  • Knowledge of or experience with Microsoft Server, Windows 10, and other operating systems, Active Directory, Group Policy, or VMware a plus.

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Instructional Design Specialist- Academic Support

The Instructional Design Specialist will research and apply best practices in learning theory, course design principles, instructional technology, and quality review standards that promote excellence in teaching and learning. This position will evaluate and develop digital content, tools, resources, course templates, and a variety of instructional materials and technology integration for the academic programs. Incumbent will consult with faculty on quality course design and will serve as backup administrator for the Learning Management System (LMS).

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, instructional technology or related field. Knowledge and understanding of Online Learning Consortium Scorecard, Quality Matters standards and/or QM Certification a plus.
  • Two years of computer and/or instructional design experience or equivalent education and training. Experience with training and instructional document development. Experience in the design and development of courses based on established instructional design theories and practical experience preferred. Experience with LMS administration a plus. Experience within a higher education institution and/or healthcare setting strongly desired.
  • 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 needs and produce appropriate instructional materials. Knowledge of quality course design. 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.

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Administrative Assistant – Admissions and Marketing

This position provides administrative support for the Admissions and Marketing Department including support for the recruitment of prospective undergraduate and graduate students as well as the processing of applicants and promotion of Bellin College.

A two-year Associate degree or higher is required. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Essential to this role are strong organizational, written, and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to work collaboratively with students, administration, faculty, and staff. Must possess the ability to work independently and with discretion to effectively manage several tasks and projects while meeting deadlines and demonstrating initiative and flexibility in order to support institutional goals. Proficient knowledge and working experience in MS Office software, database software, and the internet is required. Must also demonstrate knowledge, proficiency, and creativity in producing a professional product through the use of proper language, grammar, punctuation, typing proficiency, visual layout, and appearance.

A minimum of two years of experience in an administrative support role is preferred. Experience working with student populations in an educational setting, preferably higher education, is desirable. Prior Admissions and event planning experience is preferred.

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For more information, please contact:

Matt Rentmeester
Vice President of Admissions & Marketing
matt.rentmeester@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6657


Faculty Member: Sciences

The Science faculty member is responsible for participation, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the curriculum; to support the strategic plan of the College; prepare students for careers in health sciences by offering general education courses in his/her teaching specialty.

The qualified candidate holds a Master’s degree in the applicable field with specialization appropriate to the area of teaching responsibility. Minimum requirement is a master’s degree; doctoral preparation preferred.

In addition, the College has identified the need for competency in applying principles of learning, in teaching, curriculum development, and in the area of assignment. These competency requirements may be obtained through academic credit, institutes, extension courses, continuing education offerings, and experience.

Demonstrated expertise and successful instruction in the field; preferably two to three years of experience at the college level. Areas of competence may include chemistry, anatomy and physiology, microbiology, and physics. 

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.

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For more information, please contact:

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


DNP Clinical Coordinator

The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of the DNP Practica in coordination with the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Program Coordinator and with the assistance of the Graduate Nursing Program Director. This position also includes an active teaching assignment within the graduate nursing program. This is a year-round contracted position with a July 1, 2022 start date.

The Wisconsin Code and accreditation criteria together require that faculty: have graduated from an accredited school of nursing, possess a current, unencumbered RN license in the State of WI or Nurse Licensure Compact state (licensure in a non-compact state may be required depending on student practica placements), and DNP degree with national certification as an Advanced Practice RN (APRN). Knowledge and competence appropriate to the area of teaching responsibility are required. The faculty member must possess a wide range of knowledge and skills including the ability to use teaching, learning, and curriculum development and evaluation principles, group process and counseling/guidance principles, computer competency in word processing and file management, and leadership abilities such as organizational skills, flexibility and problem-solving skills.

A minimum of three years of APRN experience and current practice as an APRN are required. Experience as a faculty member in a graduate nursing education program and experience with distance learning pedagogy are preferred.

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For questions, please contact:
Dr. Lori Kulju, Graduate Nursing Program Director/Associate Professor
lori.kulju@bellincollege.edu 
(920) 433-6624


Faculty Member-Graduate Nursing Program

The faculty member is responsible for participation in planning, implementation, and evaluation of the curriculum; to support the Strategic Plan of Bellin College; and to contribute to the development of the profession. This position would begin July 1, 2022, which is the start of the 2022-23 academic year.

The Wisconsin Code and accreditation criteria together require that faculty: hold a Master’s degree in nursing with clinical specialization appropriate to their area of teaching responsibility (a doctorate degree in nursing or a related field is preferred), and possess a current, unencumbered RN license in the State of WI or Nurse Licensure Compact state (licensure in a non-compact state may be required depending on student practica placements). The faculty member must possess a wide range of knowledge and skills including the ability to use teaching, learning, and curriculum development and evaluation principles, group process and counseling/guidance principles, computer competency in word processing and file management, and leadership abilities such as organizational skills, flexibility and problem-solving skills.

APRN faculty must have a minimum of one year of advanced practice experience within their area of population-focus and maintain an active APRN practice. Non-APRN nursing faculty must have a minimum of two years of full-time or equivalent direct care experience as a practicing nurse and be employed within nursing within the last five years. Experience with distance learning pedagogy is preferred.

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For questions, please contact:
Dr. Lori Kulju, Graduate Nursing Program Director/Associate Professor
lori.kulju@bellincollege.edu 
(920) 433-6624


Adjunct Faculty RN – Graduate Nursing Programs

The adjunct faculty member is responsible for the planning, implementing and evaluation of the assigned student learning experiences in the classroom and/or clinical setting. A fully qualified adjunct faculty member could be a course facilitator for a non-clinical course.

  • Usually non-ranked faculty (individuals previously ranked by this institution or another will be reviewed for title purposes).
  • Hired on a temporary, “as needed” basis.
  • May be individuals who have not yet met the minimum qualifications for nursing faculty (exception described below).

Qualifications:

The Wisconsin Code and accreditation criteria together require that faculty;

  • Holds a Master’s degree in nursing with clinical specialization appropriate to their area of teaching responsibility. The minimum expectation is a Master’s degree; however, doctoral preparation in nursing is preferred.
  • Faculty teaching non-clinical courses (e.g. issues and trends, research, management, pharmacology, pathophysiology) have advanced preparation appropriate to their area of responsibility.
  • Hold a current, unencumbered Registered Nurse (RN) License in the State of Wisconsin or Nurse Licensure Compact state.
  • Have at least two years of full-time or equivalent direct care experience as a practicing nurse.
  • Be employed in nursing within the last five years.

In addition, the College has identified the need for competency in applying principles of learning, in teaching, curriculum development, and in the clinical area of assignment. These competency requirements may be obtained through academic credit, institutes, extension courses, continuing education offerings, and experience.

Faculty members, including adjunct faculty, shall hold a “current license to practice as a registered nurse in Wisconsin, have at least 2 years of full-time or equivalent direct care experience as a practicing nurse, be employed in nursing within the last 5 years, and hold a master’s degree with a major in nursing. The only exception is an individual for which the State of Wisconsin has granted temporary approval as faculty while they complete their master’s degree. (From: Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Code Relating to the Practice of Nursing, July 1997, Faculty, page 91).

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.

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Health Science Resource Center Student Assistant

The Health Science Resource Center (HSRC) Student Assistant supports the activities for the HSRC by serving as a resource person to students using the HSRC, maintaining the order and aesthetics of the HSRC, preparing lab and simulation areas and completing special projects as requested.

Must be a current Bellin College student in good standing within the program. CNA or successful completion of basic nursing foundations/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.

Demonstrated strong interpersonal and customer service skills are required. Must be a motivated, independent worker who is self-directed yet also able to work cooperatively with others as a team player.

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Adjunct Faculty Member – Graduate Nursing Program

The adjunct faculty member is responsible for the planning, implementing and evaluation of the assigned student learning experiences in the classroom and/or clinical setting. A fully qualified adjunct faculty member could be a course facilitator for a non-clinical course.

  • Usually non-ranked faculty (individuals previously ranked by this institution or another will be reviewed for title purposes).
  • Hired on a temporary, “as needed” basis.
  • May be individuals who have not yet met the minimum qualifications for nursing faculty (exception described below).

Qualifications:

The Wisconsin Code and accreditation criteria together require that faculty;

  • Holds a Master’s degree in nursing with clinical specialization appropriate to their area of teaching responsibility. The minimum expectation is a Master’s degree; however, doctoral preparation in nursing is preferred.
  • Faculty teaching non-clinical courses (e.g. issues and trends, research, management, pharmacology, pathophysiology) have advanced preparation appropriate to their area of responsibility.
  • Hold a current, unencumbered Registered Nurse (RN) License in the State of Wisconsin or Nurse Licensure Compact state.
  • Have at least two years of full-time or equivalent direct care experience as a practicing nurse.
  • Be employed in nursing within the last five years.

In addition, the College has identified the need for competency in applying principles of learning, in teaching, curriculum development, and in the clinical area of assignment. These competency requirements may be obtained through academic credit, institutes, extension courses, continuing education offerings, and experience.

Faculty members, including adjunct faculty, shall hold a “current license to practice as a registered nurse in Wisconsin, have at least 2 years of full-time or equivalent direct care experience as a practicing nurse, be employed in nursing within the last 5 years, and hold a master’s degree with a major in nursing. The only exception is an individual for which the State of Wisconsin has granted temporary approval as faculty while they complete their master’s degree. (From: Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Code Relating to the Practice of Nursing, July 1997, Faculty, page 91).

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.

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For more information, please contact:
Dr. Lori Kulju
Graduate Nursing Program Director/Associate Professor
lori.kulju@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-6624


Faculty Member- DPT Program

The Faculty Member is responsible to participate in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the curriculum, supporting the Strategic Plan of the College, and to contribute to the development of the profession. 

The qualified candidate will hold a doctorate degree in the applicable field with specialization appropriate to the area of teaching responsibility. Must be eligible for or hold a current license within the state of Wisconsin for physical therapy. ABPTS or other specialty certification is preferred. Qualified candidates should have contemporary content expertise in one or several of the following areas: Anatomy, Pathophysiology, Biomechanics, Neuroscience, Neurological care, Cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation or Pharmacology. Must demonstrate knowledge and skill in the application of the principles of teaching and learning, curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation. Strong organizational, interpersonal, planning, and problem-solving skills along with ability to work in a team and flexibility to work with others in a variety of circumstances are required. Must have the ability to work with and manage different computer programs and databases including Canvas, Adobe, and Microsoft Office products.

A minimum of 3 years full-time clinical practice experience is required. Prior teaching experience in a physical therapy program, record of scholarship, working with rural and underserved populations, inter-professional education, and prior research background preferred.

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For more information, please contact:
Dr. Jon Weiss
DPT Assistant Program Director/OMPT Fellowship & DSc Program Coordinator
jon.weiss@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-4310


Adjunct Faculty – DPT Program

The adjunct faculty member is responsible for the planning, implementing, and evaluation of the assigned student learning experiences in the classroom and/or clinical setting.

  • Usually non-ranked faculty (individuals previously ranked by this institution or another will be reviewed for title purposes).
  • Hired on a temporary, “as needed” basis.

A fully qualified adjunct faculty member could be a course facilitator for a non-clinical course.

Qualifications:

Holds a doctorate degree in the applicable field with specialization appropriate to the area of teaching responsibility. Holds a current license within the state of practice for physical therapy if applicable.

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. 

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For more information, please contact:
Dr. Jon Weiss
DPT Assistant Program Director/OMPT Fellowship & DSc Program Coordinator
jon.weiss@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-4310


Adjunct Lab Faculty – DPT Program

The lab faculty member is responsible to assist the lead faculty in the educational learning experience for Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) students. 

The qualified candidate will hold a bachelor’s, masters, or clinical doctorate degree in the field of physical therapy with specialization appropriate to the area of teaching responsibility. Qualified candidates should have contemporary content expertise in one of the following areas: Anatomy, Pathophysiology, Biomechanics, Neuroscience, Neurological care, Cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation, Pharmacology, Pediatrics, Prosthetics and orthotics or integumentary and lymphatic rehabilitation. Must be eligible for or hold a current license within the state of Wisconsin for physical therapy. APTA CI credential level I required. ABPTS or other specialty certification preferred. Must demonstrate knowledge and skill in the application of the principles of teaching and learning, curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation. Strong organizational, interpersonal, planning, and problem solving skills along with ability to work in a team and flexibility to work with others in a variety of circumstances are required. Must have the ability to work with and manage different computer programs and databases including Canvas, Adobe, and Microsoft Office products.

A minimum of one year full-time clinical practice experience is required.

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For more information, please contact:
Dr. Jon Weiss
DPT Assistant Program Director/OMPT Fellowship & DSc Program Coordinator
jon.weiss@bellincollege.edu
(920) 433-4310


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.

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For more information, contact:

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


Faculty – BSN Program

The faculty member is responsible to participate in planning, implementation, and evaluation of the curriculum; to support the Strategic Plan of the College; and to contribute to the development of the profession.

Qualifications:

The Wisconsin Code and accreditation criteria together require that faculty:

  • Hold a master’s degree in nursing.
  • Faculty teaching generalist core nursing courses (e.g. issues and trends, research, management, pharmacology, pathophysiology) have advance preparation and/or experience appropriate to the assigned teaching responsibility.
  • Faculty teaching direct care courses have clinical specialization appropriate to their area of teaching responsibility.
  • These competency requirements may be obtained through academic c4redit, institutes, extension courses, continuing education offerings, and experience.
  • The minimum expectation I s a master’s degree; however, doctoral preparation in nursing is preferred. Individuals enrolled in an MSN program may be considered.
  • Hold a current, unencumbered Registered Nurse (RN) License in the State of Wisconsin or Nurse Licensure Compact state.
  • In addition, the College has identified the need for competency in applying principles of learning, in teaching, curriculum development, and in the clinical area of assignment.
  • Have at least two years of full-time or equivalent direct care experience as a practicing nurse.
  • Be employed in nursing within the last five years.

The College has identified the need for competency in applying principles of learning, in teaching, curriculum development, and in the clinical area of assignment. These competency requirements may be obtained through academic credit, continuing education offerings, or experience.

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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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