Current openings: Staff Positions

  • Administrative Assistant & Phonathon Coordinator

    Under the direction of the Associate Vice President for Advancement, the Administrative Assistant & Phonathon Coordinator performs vital administration tasks in a highly organized and professional manner and provides an initial point of contact for the Advancement office. Must handle multiple projects simultaneously, be attentive to detail, and assist all members of the office with all current or top priority assignments. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to, telephone work, processing of invoices, overseeing departmental mailings, filing, and event support, and hiring and managing all student employees. Under the direction of the association director of annual giving & donor relations, must be proficient at managing all aspects of the student call center.
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  • Network Technician

    Under the direction of the Network Administrator, the Network Support Technician provides support to faculty, staff, and students by maintaining and optimizing the devices at the edge of the college’s network, including access points, edge switches, VoIP and multi-function printing devices. The Network Support Technician frequently identifies problems and works alone or with others to recommend and implement solutions. The Network Support Technician interacts professionally with a diverse group of individuals across the college campus, including technical and non-technical staff, faculty and students.
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  • Human Resources Generalist

    This position is responsible for the day-to-day management of HR activities that support the College’s goals. The HR Generalist creates, maintains, and upholds applicable HR policies, procedures, and regulations throughout the organization. This role supports employees and management with a variety of services such as training, recruiting, employment law compliance, group benefits plans, employee relations, HRIS reporting and is the front line interface in the office.. The largest responsibility of this position pertains to managing on-boarding, off-boarding, recruitment and hiring of new employees.
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  • Hall Director

    The Hall Director is expected to work closely with other College personnel to address the social, developmental, and academic needs of our students. The Hall Director is also expected to play a major role in the operation of the institution by assisting the Assistant Director and Director of Residential Life in various housing administration and operation tasks, as well as participate in several collateral projects within the Division of Students Affairs.
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  • Student Success Advisor

    Carthage College seeks a Student Success Advisor to provide specialized retention outreach and support services within the Center for Student Success. The Student Success Advisor facilitates Carthage students’ successful transition to the College and supports ongoing academic success and persistence through graduation. Center for Student Success staff work closely with other college personnel to holistically address the academic, personal, and social needs of students, with particular focus on supporting underrepresented/underserved student populations. Our focus is ensuring every student graduates.
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  • Women’s Wrestling Head Coach

    Directs all aspects of the competitive intercollegiate Women’s Wrestling Program to include teaching effective strategy, technique and training, and recruitment of qualified student-athletes. The head coach is responsible for ensuring compliance with NCAA, Conference, and Carthage College rules and regulations. Additional responsibilities include event management responsibilities within the Athletics Department. The head coach will be involved with alumni relations within the wrestling program and will support fundraising efforts and special initiatives in the program or athletic department.
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  • Assistant Athletic Director for Finance

    The Assistant Athletic Director for Finance is responsible for supervising and managing all aspects of business operations and budgeting for the athletic department which includes all income, expense, and unrestricted and restricted fundraising accounts to include endowments. The position will serve as the department lead with Workday and financial reporting. It will also serve as a liaison to the college Finance office. This position will assume a leadership role in determining policies and procedures as they relate to business operations, budgeting, camps and clinics and financial reporting. This position will also serve as an event manager for selected sports and be a part of the Athletic Leadership team.
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  • Electrician Technician

    This position is responsible for installation, repair, and maintenance of electrically powered systems, and equipment including the distribution systems and equipment following accepted procedures and techniques of the electrical trades and codes.
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  • Grants Specialist: Office of Sponsored Programs and Division of Natural and Social Science

    This entry-level position provides post-award administrative support and office management support to the Office of Sponsored Programs and the Division of Natural and Social Sciences. This person works professionally and effectively with faculty, students, and campus administrators, as well as with a variety of external stakeholders that relate to the activities of sponsored programs and the division. The Grants Specialist is responsible for the oversight of sponsored programs, including communication with faculty P.I.s, grant reporting support, occasional communication with sponsoring agencies and foundations, post-award compliance monitoring, and policy development.
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  • Director of Employer Relations and Community Engagement

    The Director of Employer Relations and Community Engagement is a member of The Aspire Center team and is the key point person for employers and community members interested in drawing upon the talents of Carthage students through a variety of experiences, such as student employment, internships, job shadowing, service projects, course-integrated learning, and post-graduate experiences.

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  • Career Specialist for Science and Health/Co-Chair for Pre-Health Advising

    The Aspire Program is a comprehensive 4-year career development program that integrates entrepreneurship, creativity, and leadership to prepare students for the careers of today and of the future. The Aspire Center is the hub of activity for The Aspire Program with a scope of work that extends well beyond the work of a traditional career center. Carthage’s location in the Milwaukee to Chicago corridor provides students access to a wide range of experiential learning and post-graduate opportunities, and its unique J-term and off-campus study programs provide global options to expand students’ perspectives on the world.

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  • Program Specialist for Equity and Community Connections

    This unique dual-reporting position is designed to connect Carthage’s commitments to diversity, inclusivity, and career preparation. Networks of support are critical for all students and play an especially important role for students who have been historically marginalized in higher education. Through this role the Office of Equity and Inclusion and The Aspire Center intend to develop and collaboratively manage identity-focused programs that help students to build their personal/professional networks, develop leadership skills, and gain access to the experiences they need to set and meet their career goals.

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  • Career Specialist for Arts, Communication, and Culture

    The Aspire Program is a comprehensive 4-year career development program that integrates principles of entrepreneurship, creativity, and leadership to prepare students for the careers of today and of the future. The Aspire Center is the hub of activity for The Aspire Program with a scope of work that extends well beyond the work of a traditional career center. Carthage’s location in the Milwaukee to Chicago corridor provides students access to a wide range of experiential learning and post-graduate opportunities, and its unique J-term and off-campus study programs provide global options to expand students’ perspectives on the world.

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  • Student Financial Services Coordinator

    The Student Financial Services Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the billing and accounts receivable functions in the Office of Student Financial Services. The Accounts Receivable Coordinator must provide exceptional service and collaborate with other student service departments to ensure seamless and consistent processes.

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  • Part-Time Public Safety Officer

    The Carthage College Office of Public Safety is looking for applicants for the Part-Time Public Safety Officer position. This position is responsible for providing safety services to all members of the Carthage College community, as well as ensuring security of campus buildings and grounds.

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  • Administrative Assistant & Phonathon Coordinator

    Under the direction of the Associate Vice President for Advancement, the Administrative Assistant & Phonathon Coordinator performs vital administration tasks in a highly organized and professional manner and provides an initial point of contact for the Advancement office. Must handle multiple projects simultaneously, be attentive to detail, and assist all members of the office with all current or top priority assignments. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to, telephone work, processing of invoices, overseeing departmental mailings, filing, and event support, and hiring and managing all student employees. Under the direction of the association director of annual giving & donor relations, must be proficient at managing all aspects of the student call center.

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  • Full-Time Public Safety Officer

    Under direct supervision, performs various duties relating to the health and safety of persons and property at Carthage College. Patrols the College campus at designated areas and times while adhering to established procedures and policies for handling a wide variety of situations. Work hours typically include evenings, weekends, and holiday hours on a scheduled basis.

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  • Part-Time Van Drivers

    Drives student passengers in 15 passenger vans around Carthage College Campus and to various local locations.

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  • Major Gift Officers

    Carthage seeks persistent, results-driven, creative, and collaborative major gift officers at the director and assistant director level. Major gift officers develop long-term philanthropic relationships with alumni, parents, and community members to maintain established and open new connections based on a common vision and willingness to provide financial support for Carthage College and its students. They develop and implement tailored strategies to identify prospects and manage relationships toward significant major and planned gifts in support of the College’s highest priorities and overall fundraising goals. In this work, gift officers work closely with campus colleagues, including the president, provost, deans, and faculty as well as admissions, financial aid, and career advisors.

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  • Maintenance Technician

    This position is responsible for maintaining day-to-day plumbing and fire protection services for the College campus buildings.

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