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Vice-President of Academic Affairs

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Medical-Surgical Nurse Instructor - Nursing Program

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Adjunct Faculty in Psychology

Weimar Institute, a private undergraduate foundational Seventh-day Adventist college, invites applications for a part-time adjunct appointment in Psychology under its Interdisciplinary Department. We are seeking an adjunct faculty member to teach classes at the undergraduate college level: Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy, History & Systems, and Personality. The appointment will begin July 2019. A Master’s degree in Psychology with some emphasis in counseling is required (MFT, LPCC); some counseling experience and teaching at the college level is preferred.

Formal consideration of applications begins November 2.

Send letter, vitae, graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference to Melissa Garcia, mgarcia@weimar.edu and CC careers@weimar.org.

Job Type: Adjunct Faculty

Department: Interdisciplinary (Psychology)

Position: Part Time

Hiring Date: July 2019

Wage Rate: Salary; commensurate with experience

Duties Include:

Teaching 3 courses at the undergraduate level in Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy, Personality, and History and Systems.
Professionally participating in the Nedley Depression and Anxiety Clinic
Evaluating and grading student work
Planning and updating materials and instruction methods
Desirable Qualifications:

Master’s degree in counseling psychology
Experience in undergraduate teaching preferred
Experience in counseling preferred
Commitment to Seventh-day Adventist higher education
Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Weimar Institute, a private undergraduate foundational Seventh-day Adventist college, invites applications for a full-time appointment in psychology under its Interdisciplinary Department. We are seeking a faculty member to develop curriculum for a state-approved Master’s in Counseling program at the Institute, to teach courses at the graduate level, and serve as an approved clinical supervisor. Other duties include professional participation during the Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Clinic. The appointment will begin July 2019. A PhD in clinical or counseling psychology is required (we will consider ABD with the understanding that candidate will complete degree within 1 year of hiring date); some counseling experience and teaching at the college level is preferred. The college is committed to Bible-based Seventh-day Adventist education and seeks a candidate with a similar commitment. Formal consideration of applications begins November 2.

Send letter, vitae, graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference to Melissa Garcia, mgarcia@weimar.edu and CC careers@weimar.org.

Job Type: Faculty Job Opening

Department: Interdisciplinary (Psychology)

Position: Full Time

Hiring Date: July 2019

Wage Rate: Salary; commensurate with experience

Duties Include:

Curriculum development for a state-approved Master’s in counseling program at Weimar Institute
Teaching courses at the graduate level (and possibly undergraduate level)
Serving as an approved clinical supervisor
Professionally participating in the Nedley Depression and Anxiety Clinic
Assessing course and major student learning outcomes
Evaluating and grading student work
Planning and updating materials and instruction methods
Advising/Mentoring students
Participating in the campus governance structure
Desirable Qualifications Summary:

Doctorate degree in clinical or counseling psychology (ABD will be considered)
Experience in counseling preferred
Experience in undergraduate teaching preferred
Commitment to Seventh-day Adventist higher education
Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing

Nursing Department Faculty

Full & Part-time Positions Available in: Medical-Surgical, Maternal/Child, Mental Health, and Geriatrics for the new Associate Degree RN program, approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing September 2014. Positions start June 2015.

Department: Nursing
Job Title: Instructor
Reports to: Chair of the Nursing Department

Education/Experience:

(1) A master’s or higher from an accredited college or university, which includes coursework in nursing, education, or administration.

(2) Direct patient care experience within the previous five (5) years in the nursing area to which he or she is assigned, which can be met by:
* (A) One (1) year’s continuous, full time or its equivalent experience providing direct patient care as a registered nurse in the designated nursing area; or
* (B) One (1) academic year or of registered nurse level clinical teaching experience in the designated nursing area or its equivalent that demonstrate clinical competency.

(3) Completion of at least one (1) year’s experience teaching courses related to registered nursing or completion of a post-baccalaureate course, which includes practice in teaching registered nursing.

Personal:

A love of learning and the ability to communicate effectively. The Instructor must be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and must hold an understanding of the unique educational mission of the Institute, using revelation as expressed in the Bible as the basic framework from which all subject matters are presented and evaluated.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Instructor will be required to satisfy the Board of Registered Nursing’s “expert” standards for the area of nursing emphasized in the course. The Instructor will be a coordinator for the overall instruction in the theory, laboratory, and clinical components of the courses.

The Instructor will also function as a content expert and will be responsible for the overall educational content of the specialty nursing areas: Medical-Surgical, Maternal/Child, Mental Health/Psychiatric, and Geriatric nursing.

The Instructor will collaborate with the other Instructors in the assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation, and revision of course content and course instruction.

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Business Program Chair

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Men's Hydrotherapist

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Groundskeeper

Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Groundskeeper
POSITION SUMMARY: Maintaining lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers, turf and irrigation. Fertilizing lawn, trees, flowers and shrubs, and spreading mulch. Trimming trees, hedges and shrubs, and preventing and eliminating weeds. Operating and maintaining hand tools, such as loppers, saws and shovels efficiently

REPORTS TO: Chief Plant Officer

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Irrigation: Maintains, installation systems.
• Lawn care: Mowing, edge sidewalks, seed and pest control, feeding program, aerate.
• Grounds maintenance: Weed, prune, pest control, fertilize; leaves, pine needles, pine cones, and sticks must be removed regularly;
• Students: Train students to be honest, productive workers. Supervise, advise, and teach them in as many aspects of grounds keeping as possible, while showing Christ’s character to them. Follow all Grounds Department
• Equipment maintenance: Mower blades will be sharpened every 10 hours or sooner. All equipment will be checked regularly (oil, filter, air pressure, cleanliness, lubrication).
• Clean campus: Sidewalks, roads, no trash.
• Tool maintenance: Clean, sharpen, repair.
• Grounds vehicle: Clean weekly, oil, filter, air, lube.
• Cleanliness (next to Godliness): Grounds, equipment, vehicle, shop, office, students, self.
• Coordinate: Spring clean-up, with other departments on certain jobs.
• Office: Prepare student timecards, clean, keep files, phone.
• Landscaping: Maintenance of landscape
• Firewood delivery: Take orders, load/unload, stack.
• Shrubs, plants, trees: Will be kept in botanical garden setting, necessary pruning will leave plants in natural state.
• Every Tuesday during the growing season, the grounds will be mowed, edged, and cleaned, as weather permits. Some lawns may be mowed on Friday as well. The grass will be allowed to dry out 24-48 hours prior to mowing. Grass will be cut in a different direction each mow in order to minimize ruts and scalping. During warm weather (April-Oct), grass will be mowed at 2 ¾ – 3 ¼ in. to minimize heat stress (Bermuda, fine fescue, and bent should be cut at 2 – 2 ½ in). The Academy campus is serviced Wednesday afternoon.

SKILLS AND SPECIFICATIONS:
• Ability to work well with students and other employees
• Dress should reflect the principles of modesty and practicality held at Weimar Center.
• Clothes worn should be durable, suitable for work being performed, free from holes and tears.

DESIRED EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• High school diploma – required
• College degree in landscape maintenance or related field – preferred
• 2 years landscape maintenance, design, and irrigation
• Seventh-day Adventist having a personal relationship with Jesus

Cafeteria Supervisor Assistant (pm)

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Supervising students in food prep and cleaning in the kitchen and dining room
• Teaching students to be good workers
• Preparing vegan meals for students and health guests
• Work weekends as needed
• Food prep for special occasions and functions
• In general, anything that needs to be done relating to food service as able

SKILLS AND SPECIFICATIONS
• Ability to work as part of a team
• Flexibility
• Ability to cook vegan food from scratch (or desire to learn)
• Ability to work with and supervise students from both the academy and college levels
• Belief in and commitment to the Adventist health message and Adventist Education

EXPERIENCE DESIRED
• Vegan Cooking
• Food Service of any kind
• Working with Christian young people—teaching good work ethic as well as exemplifying Seventh-day Adventist Christianity in the work place

College Registrar

Position Description: The Registrar is responsible for creating, organizing, and processing documents and records associated with registration; assisting faculty, and students with the registration process; compiling, securing, and processing requests for records information; corresponding with and providing information to governmental and private agencies; planning graduation events; determining transfers of credit; performing graduation audits and advising students regarding the completion of their degrees; improving institutional processes; and fulfilling other duties, as needed.

Required Skills:
Basic Skills
Active Learning – Understanding new information and procedures for current tasks and future problem-solving and decision making.
Active Listening – Giving full attention to what others are saying, understanding the points being made, and asking appropriate questions.
Critical Thinking – Using reasoning and logic to identify conclusions, problem-solving approaches, or alternative solutions with their advantages and disadvantages.
Reading Comprehension – Understanding and thinking critically about the wording of work-related documents.
Communication Skills
Coordination – Adjusting actions in relation to the actions of others.
Feedback – Providing constructive ideas.
Instruction – Teaching others about something or how to perform a task.
Speaking – Talking to others to effectively convey information.
Writing – Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
Organizational Skills
Attention to Detail – Valuing accuracy and preciseness.
Collaborating – Working well with others to contribute to progress.
Responsibility – Accepting tasks and managing them effectively, meeting deadlines, setting goals.
Service Orientation – Actively looking for ways to assist and be of help to others.
Research/Planning Skills
Assessment – Identifying problems and solutions, recognizing needs, and analyzing situations.
Resourcefulness – Gathering information from a variety of sources.
Strategy – Developing ideas to address situations and thinking critically regarding a process.
Computer Skills
Internet – Navigating an internet browser to find information, receive and send emails, and perform tasks related to the online student information system.
Navigation and Organization – Locating files and computer applications and saving files in an organized manner within computer systems.
Spreadsheets – Using Excel and Numbers to enter, edit, and format text and numerical data; insert, delete, and manipulate cells, rows and columns; create and save worksheets, charts, and graphs; and apply a basic knowledge of formula manipulation.
Word Processing – Using Word and Pages to enter, edit, and format text, especially in context of editing and generating forms.

Weimar Inn Housekeeper

Job Description:

Cleaning of all types as assigned by the housekeeping supervisor (i.e. bathrooms, toilets, windows, rooms, halls etc.).

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