Lourdes University

Lourdes University offers a challenging, flexible, and fulfilling work environment, driven by the institution’s mission to provide job opportunities for intellectual discovery for our students. We offer numerous benefits, as well as many opportunities for personal and professional enrichment — and our employees value the sense of family they gain from working in a small, caring community. Our campus is situated on 127 beautiful wooded acres in Sylvania, Ohio (10 miles west of Toledo).

Please review available job opportunities below.

Faculty Positions
Staff and Administrative Positions
Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania, Ohio
Sylvania Franciscan Village

 

FACULTY POSITIONS

 

Nursing Department Adjunct Faculty/Teaching Assistants

Lourdes University, a private institution of higher education offering bachelor and graduate degrees in the liberal arts and professional studies, invites applicants for Adjunct Faculty/Teaching Assistants for the 2017 Spring Semester in the College of Nursing.

These temporary positions will assist and work under the direction of faculty to provide instruction in a classroom, laboratory or clinical setting. The area of specialization desired is Medical/Surgical.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s degree in nursing or related field preferred. BSN degree required.
  • Experience as an educator in an academic setting preferred.
  • Current, valid RN license to practice in Ohio.
  • Minimum of two years clinical experience as a registered Medical/Surgical nurse.

To apply, send letter of application, CV and contact information for three professional references (all in MS Word format only) to resume@lourdes.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

EOE

 

STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

 

Head Men’s & Women’s Bowling Coach

Lourdes University in Sylvania, OH is seeking qualified applicants for the full-time position of Head Men’s & Women’s Bowling Coach. This position will report to the Director of Athletics. Duties will include all aspects of developing a competitive intercollegiate bowling program.  The selected candidate will also demonstrate and articulate an understanding and commitment to a liberal arts education.

The Head Coach will direct all aspects of the bowling program including practice and competition preparation; recruitment and retention of qualified student-athletes to a demanding academic environment; provides student leadership development; budget management; scheduling practice and events at home bowling center.

This position directs and coordinates all aspects of the men’s & women’s bowling program:

  • Plan, develop, and oversee each team in accordance with the expectations of the institution and the athletic director.
  • Prepares and manages program budget, including purchasing of equipment and other supplies as needed; makes team travel arrangements including accommodations, transportation, and meals.
  • Recruit student athletes to participate in the bowling program who meet the institution’s and the NAIA’s criteria for intercollegiate eligibility.
  • Acquire a full understanding of the NAIA and the WHAC rules and regulations applicable to the sport of bowling and ensure compliance by student athletes and program staff.
  • Be fully knowledgeable of USBC rules and regulations.
  • Create and implement team policies.
  • Provide supervision, guidance and support to student athletes during games and practices.
  • Provide direction and/or assistance to student athletes in their pursuit of academic success.
  • Coordinate the purchase of equipment and uniforms needed and maintain an accurate inventory of all equipment, uniforms and supplies, arrange facilities for practices, games, and conditioning, and schedule transportation for all related team travel.
  • Work with the Sports Information Director in providing schedules, scores and statistics according to the conference bowling handbook.
  • Ensure compliance with the university’s mission.

Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree, a valid driver’s license and three years of coaching at the intercollegiate level or previous coaching experience. Preference will be given to candidates with a Master’s degree and experience coaching at the intercollegiate level.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references (all in MS Word or .pdf format only) to resume@lourdes.edu.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Start date will be immediate upon the successful completion of a background check.

EOE

 

 

 

Assistant Director of Career Services

Lourdes University, a private, four-year, institution of higher education located in Sylvania, Ohio, and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis, invites applicants for the position of Assistant Director of Career Services.  This is a full-time, twelve-month, exempt position.

This position works closely with academic and student affairs to enhance the career development experience of all students.  The focus of the position will be to assist students with career discernment, internship exploration and the job search process.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide daily individual or group consulting services to students of all majors.  Counsel, manage and support them throughout their career exploration process and in all aspects of their professional development, including clarification of career goals, providing current information on specific career fields and employment trends, developing effective documents (e.g. resumes, cover letters) and advising on conducting effective employment (job and internship) searches.
  • Develop and implement programs and workshops, events, webinars and shadow experiences to foster students’ knowledge and interest in preferred career choice and market career development/services on the following topics:  job or internship search, LinkedIn, interviewing, resume and cover letter writing, salary negotiation, and career exploration.
  • Coordinate large scale all-campus career fairs and industry specific events for employers and students, including marketing, registration, logistics, and evaluation.  Examples include:  On-campus and Student Employment Fair, Career EXPO, Career Combine, etc.)
  • Interpret and apply self-assessment instruments including Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Strong Interest Inventory.
  • Develop collaborative relationships with faculty, department chairs, Deans and members of the Development and Alumni Affairs offices.
  • Collect and analyze data about usage and outcomes of career services initiatives, reporting information as required in compliance with all internal College constituencies, including first destination survey, internship tracking etc.
  • Supervise the Career Peer Mentors, with a focus on marketing efforts (e.g. social media, print, electronic, etc.) and career services to all students
  • Promote College Central (on-line job and internship database); increase the number of students registered in the system.
  • Act as the human resources personnel for all on-campus employment opportunities (institutional funds and federal work study monies), including training on-campus employers/supervisors on the student employment funding application process.
  • Collaborate with the financial aid office, human resources and payroll to provide on-campus employers/supervisors with up-to-date information on hiring paperwork, student contracts, payroll schedules, timesheets and federal work study information.
  • Provide monthly updates on budget usage to all on-campus employers/supervisors
  • Monitor and manage a student employment budget of approximately $300,000, providing over 130 students with on-campus student employment opportunities.
  • Answer student and departmental questions related to on-campus employment, and federal work study.  Provide consultation to students looking for on-campus and part-time employment opportunities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master‘s degree required in Higher Education, Student Personnel or related field.
  • Minimum 1-3 years of experience in higher education, career services, resources or related field.
  • Demonstrated ability/success working with diverse population.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Skilled with Microsoft suite.
  • Skilled with internet research.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Knowledge of Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory.

To apply, send letter of application, CV and contact information for three professional references (all in MS Word or pdf format only) to resume@lourdes.edu

 

EOE

Enterprise Application Analyst

Lourdes University, a private, four-year liberal arts institution sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania, Ohio seeks applicants for an immediate opening for an Enterprise Application Analyst. In this role the analyst will provide daily operational support for the various components within Banner Systems. The successful candidate will actively participate in hands-on projects and/or special assignments with end-users by observing various departments’ operations, functions, responsibilities and work flow. This is a full-time, exempt position.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide technical enterprise application level software support for the Banner system by working closely with both technical and end users to define requirements, resolve issues, and modify code for implementation.
  • Provide end user support, including delivery of user, process documentation, and reports.
  • Determine opportunities for automation and improvement of current processes, both in and outside of Banner.
  • Work closely with other analysts and other technical staff to determine priorities, schedules, and mange any required changes to supported systems.
  • Work closely with other analyst to develop, customize, and maintain reports to ensure all are working properly and are correct
  • Work directly with functional and technical end-users to: conduct feasibility studies of new programming requests, identify and document software purpose, workflow issues, and output needs.
  • Investigate, design, program and implement enhancements to Banner applications and other integrated applications.
  • Keep abreast of latest Banner technologies and functionalities, and make appropriate recommendations. Identify current operating procedures; and clarify program objectives.
  • And other duties that may be assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree required in a business related field or an Associate’s Degree with 5 years related experience in computer science or information technology/systems.
  • Three or more years of experience of:
    • Programming logic
    • Oracle Forms
    • PL/SQL
    • SQL Plus
    • ODBC
  • Two or more years of experience of:
    • Creating reports such as PL/SQL, SQL, Cognos,
    • Gathering requirements needed to create business and functional project or reporting specifications.
  • Strong verbal, written and analytical skills.
  • Strong customer service background and organizational skills.
  • Ability to deal with multiple deadlines in a shifting operational environment.
  • Flexibility regarding work schedule.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Three or more year’s experience in: Higher Education, Banner Systems, and Cognos.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references (all in MS Word or .pdf format only) to resume@lourdes.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Start date will be immediate upon the successful completion of a background check.

EOE

 

Upward Bound Math and Science Tutors

The Lourdes University Upward Bound Program (UB) invites applicants for Math and Science after-school tutoring positions in its Academic Year Program. Tutors will be expected to work at one of two school sites, three days a week (Woodward- Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday and Waite-Monday, Tuesday & Thursday) from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Anticipated hiring salary is $15-$18 (hourly).

Responsibilities:

  • Facilitate active tutoring sessions which include, but are not limited to: asking questions, drawing diagrams, creating flash cards, developing outlines and encouraging reading.
  • Help students with problems they are having in specified academic area(s).
  • Grade and evaluate student work.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education or related field.
  • Experience in teaching and advising students from diverse, multi-ethnic, and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Pass a criminal background check.

Applicants should email cover letter, resume and a list of three professional references to resume@lourdes.edu (all in MS Word format only) (Certified teachers need to submit a copy of their teaching certificate).

EOE

SISTERS OF ST. FRANCIS OF SYLVANIA, OHIO

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SYLVANIA FRANCISCAN VILLAGE

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