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If Education is your passion and you are looking to serve, please contact us by sending your resume to [email protected]
We are always looking for talented teachers for our K-8 school, Academy, College and Master’s programs.

Newstart Receptionist

Please contact [email protected] for more information

Development Director

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Organize/oversee/update donor information
• Plan campaigns and fund raising efforts
• Meet and communicate with regularly potential/current donors
• Represent Weimar Institute at public events
• Interact with NEWSTART guests and present The Weimar Story
• Conduct Institute tours
• Write/edit fundraising newsletter and thank-you letters
• Correspondence and replies from overseas who request information
• Meet with board members
• Assist in the preparation and planning of Board of Trustees weekend

SKILLS AND SPECIFICATIONS:
• Must be outgoing and friendly—yet in control of the situation
• Must be a high-energy person

Adjunct Nursing Faculty / Community Health Instructor

Please fill out the online application or contact:
[email protected] for more information

Admissions Representative - Weimar College

Qualifications:

Superior communications, organizational, and interpersonal skills
Experience in the area of admissions
Competency in use of technology in the recruitment and admissions process
Experience working in a multicultural context
Experience working with finances

Experience:
Project management, student services and/or higher education administration as well as basic management skills.

Personal:
A love of learning. The ability to communicate effectively, be flexible and multitask. Must be a member of the Sevent-day Adventist Church and must hold an understanding of the unique educational mission of the Institute.

Responsibilities:

1. Admissions:
– Maintain student application process
– Diligently follow up with each applicant helping them through the process
– Develop a follow-up schedule
Maintain communication with student finance personnel
Provide detailed information about Weimar Institute and academic programs to potential students
Manage admissions email account
Oversee the Weimar Preview visitation program
Conduct college/campus tours to all prospective student.
Draft new admission and information emails/letters
Organize applicant/accepted student files
Follow up with students who withdrew their application
Assist students in creating a solid payment plan

2. Office Management:
– Clerical Assistance
– Supervision of Student Workers
– Copying/fax services
– Reimbursement paperwork
– Xerox report
– Supply Orders
– College Mail Management

3. Communication with students, faculty and staff
– Answering general questions about college, academic calendar, etc
– Scheduling committee meetings/appointments
– Manage College Calendar
– College Council Recording Secretary

4. Event Coordinator Assistant
– Registration planning
– Graduation planning
– Assist with special events as needed

Housekeeper

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

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.

DESIRED EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• High school diploma – preferred
• Experience in housekeeping/ janitorial preferred, but a willingness to learn is also acceptable
• Seventh-day Adventist having a personal relationship with Jesus

Laundry Worker

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Competently operate laundry equipment.
• Examine and sort into lots articles to be cleaned, according to color, fabric, dirt content, and cleaning technique required.
• Identify items requiring special stain treatment, and pre-treat stains.
• Wash, dry, and fold linens and clothes.
• Iron or press articles and fabrics as needed.

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:
1. High school diploma – preferred
2. Some laundry experience would be helpful
3. Seventh-day Adventist having a personal relationship with Jesus

Cafeteria Assistant

• Cares for meal clean up by properly labeling, covering and storing unused food after Lunch meal.
• Receives and signs for orders and makes sure they are properly stored following the FIFO rule.
• Assists as requested in inventorying and stocking food products and supplies.
• May be required to do cafeteria shopping as directed by Food Service Director
• Washes dishes, utensils and cookware following established procedures.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Nursing Department Chair - Director

Overview: The chair of the Nursing Department provides leadership and oversight to the nursing faculty, provides support to the pre-nursing and nursing students, and reports to the Vice President of Academic Affairs

Department: Nursing
Job Title: Chair, Department of Nursing
Reports to: Vice President of Academic Affairs
Hour Requirements: Part or Full-time

Education: Doctorate Degree from an accredited college or university which includes coursework in nursing, education or administration. A Doctoral degree is preferred.

Experience: A minimum of one year experience in an administrative position as a director or assistant director whose responsibility and accountability includes coordinating, directing, fiscal planning, and all activities involved in developing, implementing, and managing the registered Nursing Program. Administrative responsibility may pertain to a registered nursing education program or as director of a nursing and/or hospital inservice education program.
A minimum of two years teaching in a pre or post- licensure RN program.
A minimum of one year full-time experience as a Registered Nurse providing direct patient care, or equivalent experience and/or education, as determined by the California Board of Registered Nursing.

Personal: The chair of the Nursing Department will have a love of learning and the ability to communicate effectively. The faculty member will be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and hold an understanding of the unique educational mission of the College, using revelation as expressed in the Bible as a basic framework from which all subject matters are presented. The concepts of physical, mental, and spiritual health promotion as exemplified in the Ministry of Healing will be valued and the compassionate ministry of Jesus Christ will be exemplified.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The Chair of the Nursing Department will provide leadership to work with the Health Sciences department and the Weimar Institute academic administration to establish and administer an Associate Degree Nursing Program at Weimar Institute: 

Prepare the Self-Study and site visits from the California Board of Registered Nurses.
Maintain strong working relationships with federal, state and local constituencies, accrediting bodies, the California Board of Registered Nursing, clinical site personnel, students, and alumni.
Determine the personnel, facility, equipment, and financial resources necessary to effectively implement and operate the department.
Develop documentation and complete processes to obtain necessary approvals for the program.
Recruit necessary department faculty and support personnel.
Oversee the development of the Associate Degree RN program facilities
including faculty offices, computer lab, and nursing skills lab.
Assist in raising capital funds for the program.
Complete the normal departmental and institutional administrative duties such as attending faculty meetings, textbook ordering, and coordination of the scheduling of classes.
Develop and implement the department budget. Determine the personnel, facility, equipment, and financial resources necessary to effectively implement and operate the program.
Ensure compliance with the California Board of Nursing rules and regulations. Develop documentation and complete processes to obtain necessary approvals for the program.
Implement Systematic Evaluation Plan.
Assign faculty members to committees.
Act as a student advocate.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Ensure that all classes will be taught on a yearly schedule. Assign instructors to classes and verify that they will have an appropriate load for each semester.
Recommend and approve hiring instructors within the department.
Participate in and supervise students for 8 hours of work education weekly.
Track, in collaboration with the registrar, students’ progress towards graduation.
Attend all required appointments, including Academic Standards Committee, College Council, religious functions, registration, extra-curricular activities and other meetings.
Make recommendations for and update the academic calendar and bulletin as needed.
Prepare data and statistics as needed by the Vice-President for Academic Affairs and be prepared to present reports on the department to visiting committees.
Be aware of students on academic probation and track their progress with the instructors within the discipline. Notify the Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Dean of Academic Administration, Registrar, and Academic Standards of any deviance from plan.
Be available to instructors and students for mentorship, conflicts, scheduling and conferences.
Project development of the department and plan accordingly.
Interview potential nursing students and make recommendations to the Nursing Department Admissions Committee.
Hold regular meetings with the department instructors.

PROFESSIONAL:
Remains current with evidence-based nursing practice and nursing education.
Participates in professional and community activities related to health promotion.
Maintains personal growth and professional development through ongoing faculty development activities.

Member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in good and regular standing.
Value the mission and vision of Weimar Institute.
Value the counsels provided by Ellen G. White especially as related to the Seventh-day Adventist health message and role of the nurse in sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Ability to teach students effectively, evaluate their performance, and create a supportive learning environment.
Value complementary and alternative health care as practiced by the Weimar Institute NEWSTART Lifestyle Center.
Hold a current RN license or privilege to practice as a registered nursing is the State of California.
Hold a Master’s Degree or higher degree from an accredited college or university which includes coursework in nursing, education or administration.
A minimum of one year experience in an administrative position as a director or assistant director whose responsibility and accountability includes coordinating, directing, fiscal planning, and all activities involved in developing, implementing, and managing the registered Nursing Program. Administrative responsibility may pertain to a registered nursing education program or as director of a nursing and/or hospital inservice education program.
A minimum of two (2) years teaching in a pre or post- licensure RN program.
A minimum of one (1) year full-time experience as a Registered Nurse providing direct patient care, or equivalent experience and/or education, as determined by the California Board of Registered Nursing.

Newstart Cooking School Instructor / Plant Based Chef

For more information please write to [email protected]

Academy History Teacher

Education:
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in content area. Must be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist church in good standing and demonstrate that they are agreement with the philosophy and policies of Weimar Institute.
Experience:
Candidates with experience in classroom teaching will be preferred. Also, candidates should be proficient in the use of office applications and have an attitude of service.
Personal:
The religious duties and responsibilities of a Teacher in a Seventh-day Adventist school requires that they maintain the highest standards to prepare students for academic achievement while imparting, by example and instruction, Seventh-day Adventist beliefs and philosophy into all parts of the curriculum. It is a requirement of the position that they present subjects in such a way that the students understand and are inspired by Biblical and Church teachings and God’s presence in their lives. Moreover, they must be available to counsel and pray with students regarding their spiritual, religious, and moral development and offer advice and guidance regarding these areas to parents about their children. It is especially important that they foster Christian character development, and guide students to choices which develop ways of thinking and habits that reflect the tenets of their faith and the Seventh-day Adventist lifestyle.
Major Responsibilities:
Teaching
1. Teach assigned classes
2. Evaluate student work and return it to them in a timely manner
3. Be on time to all classes and appointments
4. Communicate to parents on a monthly basis or as needed
Supervision
1. Once a week, supervise all meals, morning worship and evening study hall.
2. Supervise approximately 5-7 weekends throughout the school year
3. Lead out as a mentor in a family group on a weekly basis
4. Communicate to assigned family group parents as needed
5. Provide student counseling as needed
Other requirements
1. Attend weekly staff meetings
2. Attend all trips and activities that are designated “All school”
Lead out in at least one extracurricular activity like class sponsor, prayer meeting, yearbook, etc.

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