Feb 14, 2013

 

Employment Opportunities

SEEKING INSTRUCTORS FOR UNIVERSITY FOUNDATIONS
The University Foundations Advisory Committee is recruiting instructors for Fall 2013 to teach University Foundations, Easternís team-taught freshman seminar. Interested individuals must have at least a masterís degree and must be employed full-time for Eastern. Graduate students are also encouraged to apply to teach the course for practicum hours. All sections are team-taught with either two faculty/staff members or a faculty/staff member and a peer leader. In team-taught sections, faculty receive 1.5 CUs; ASPs receive a 12.5 percent stipend for 4.5 months; civil service and A&Ps without academic rank receive $1,518.75 paid over 4.5 months. A&P with academic rank teach the course in-load. New instructors must attend the training workshop May 8 and 9, 2013.

Additional information about the course is available here. If you are interested in teaching Fall 2013, please complete an application found on the above website and return it to Karla Sanders (kjsanders@eiu.edu) by Feb. 28. Course need and university enrollment will determine the number of sections offered and the instructors chosen. Any questions may be directed to Sanders.

KARLA SANDERS, Executive Director, Center for Academic Support and Assessment
Posted: Jan 14, 2013


DIRECTOR, FACILITIES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
Eastern is seeking applications and nominations for a highly motivated and experienced administrator to serve as director of Facilities Planning and Management. The director reports directly to the vice president for business affairs, and has primary responsibility for the supervision, coordination and administration of programs and activities related to the universityís physical facilities. For position requirements and instructions on how to apply, refer to our web page here. Review of applications will begin Feb. 11, 2013, and will continue until finalists for the position are selected. Anticipated start date is July 1, 2013.

Eastern Illinois University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer committed to achieving a diverse community.

PAUL A. MCCANN, Chairperson/Business Services
Posted: Jan 15, 2013


UPDATED! -- OPEN SESSION INTERVIEWS FOR DIRECTOR, EMPLOYEE AND LABOR RELATIONS

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the interview schedule for Amie Calvert has been postponed. Watch the University Newsletter for updated information as it becomes available.

Members of the university community are invited to participate in open session interviews for finalists for the position of director, Employee and Labor Relations:

Hector Figueroa, 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 28, Martinsville Room, MLK Jr. Union

Amie Calvert, TBA

See here for candidate education/professional experience summaries and a copy of the position description.

DAVE CROCKETT, JEFF CROSS, MARK HUDSON and VICKI WOODARD, Search Committee
Posted: Jan 18, 2013


POLICE OFFICER POSITIONS
Police Officer positions




REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, TENURE-TRACK, 12-MONTH POSITION
Reference Librarian




HONORS COLLEGE DEAN SEARCH
The Search Committee for the position of dean of the Honors College would like to announce that Paul Olson from Briar Cliff University will be interviewing for the position on Tuesday, Feb. 19. More information about Olson, including his interview schedule, can be found here.

JOHN BEST, Search Committee Chair
Posted: Feb 14, 2013


 


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