1.Teach designated LEV courses, and, if appropriate the Certificate program (8-10 credit hours per academic year). 2.Spearhead efforts to build robust enrollment in LEV academic majors, minors and concentrations. 3.Spearhead efforts to build robust participation in research and presentation opportunities for LEV students including Richter Grants, Rall Symposium presentations and honors theses. 4.Spearhead efforts to build robust participation numbers in and high‐impact, high‐visibility social impact initiatives for our three core co‐curricular programs: NCC Lead, Leadership Fellows and Blue Key Honor Society. 5.Actively advise and nurture our three core LEV co‐curricular programs: NCC Lead, Leadership Fellows and Blue Key Honor Society. 6.Co‐Coordinate, with the Director for Civic Engagement & Social Innovation, co‐curricular programming and workshops (e.g., FYE workshops, NCC Leadership Conference workshops, etc.). 7.Coordinate efforts related to academic assessment and program review in LEV. 8.Co‐Coordinate, with the Director for Civic Engagement & Social Innovation, marketing and social media efforts. 9.Coordinate efforts related to student data collection and reporting for programs in LEV (e.g., maintaining enrollment and retention data as well as student survey data). 10.Serve, with the Director for Civic Engagement & Social Innovation, as the LEV representative at admissions and visit day programs. 11.Conduct LEV presentations across campus for a variety of constituents. 12.In concert with the Director for Civic Engagement & Social Innovation, strengthen and maintain relationships with other academic units, student affairs, admissions, College Scholars and athletics. 13.Assist with preparation of key strategic documents such as annual reports and other broad‐ reaching publications. 14.Serve, where appropriate, on campus‐wide committees as assigned. 15.Supervise and oversee, with the Director for Civic Engagement & Social Innovation, student workers and/or practicum students. 16.Other job related duties as assigned.
A master's degree or comparable terminal degree and appropriate work experience is required.
Experience in teaching and program development is required.
The Leadership, Ethics and Values (LEV) program draws upon the overall liberal arts education embraced at North Central College to put the study of leadership and ethics into action. The Program is critical component of our efforts to pursue our mission statement promise of producing
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About North Central College
North Central College, founded in 1861, is a selective, comprehensive liberal arts institution of 3000 students located 28 miles west of Chicago in Naperville, within walking distance of the Naperville Metra station. For information about the College, please visit the website at https://www.northcentralcollege.edu.