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Senior HR Generalist

Eureka College
Human Resources
300 East College Ave.
Eureka, IL 61530-1500
Telephone: 309-467-6312

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About the College

Focused on “excellence in learning, service, and leadership,” Eureka currently has nearly 700 students enrolled in 23 undergraduate degree programs. The College was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for three consecutive years, rated No. 1 in the Midwest on the US News “Great Schools, Great Prices” best value list twice, and is cited as one of fifty national “All-American Colleges” by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. Chartered in 1855 by abolitionists who were members of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Eureka provides a non-sectarian liberal arts education and was the first college in Illinois and the third in the nation to admit men and women on an equal basis—equality of educational opportunity continues to be a focus of the College. Alumni include forty-two college presidents, seven governors and members of Congress, and the 40th President of the United States.

The town of Eureka offers the ambiance of a small town combined with easy access to the amenities of metropolitan areas. Eureka’s mid-state region is Illinois’ largest business and commercial center outside Chicago. Nearby Peoria, Bloomington, and Normal, Illinois offer a wide range of cultural opportunities, with Chicago and St. Louis less than three hours away. Two private universities and a state university are within a 30 mile radius.

Eureka College is an equal opportunity employer committed to achieving diversity within its administration, faculty, staff, and students.

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Administration Openings

No openings at this time.

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Faculty Openings

Lecturer in Political Science

Position
Part-time lecturer needed in Social Science and Business Division beginning January, 2015. Courses to be taught are PSC150 American Government (National) and PSC250 American Government (State & Local).

Position Requirements
Successful candidate will have, at minimum, a Masters degree in relevant field. Previous teaching experience is preferred.

Application Materials
Submit cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of 3 references electronically to employment@eureka.edu (please put “Adjunct Political Science” in the subject heading); pdf format is preferred, WORD format acceptable. Print materials may be sent to Lori Guth, Senior HR Generalist, Eureka College, 300 E. College Avenue, Eureka IL 61530. Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Junius Rodriguez, Division Chair Social Science and Business, at jrodrig@eureka.edu.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

 

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Staff Openings

HVAC Technician

Position
The HVAC Technician performs duties related to the repair, maintenance, operation, adjustment, and/or installation of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, and related electric or pneumatic control systems. The technician will assume on-call duties on a weekly rotating schedule with other maintenance personnel. This is a full-time position with a competitive fringe benefits package.

Position Requirements
Qualified candidates must have completed technical/trade school program or equivalent apprenticeship; demonstrate proficient knowledge of heating, refrigeration/air conditioning equipment and/or pneumatic and electrical control systems; and possess sufficient strength and physical dexterity including heavy lifting, bending, and access of hard to reach systems. Valid driver’s license and A/C certification are required.

Application Materials
Click here for job application. Application may be submitted electronically in pdf format to employment@eureka.edu, by mail or in person to Eureka College Human Resources, Burrus-Dickinson Hall, 300 E. College Avenue, Eureka IL 61530. Applications also available in person at Eureka College Human Resources. Inquiries about the position may be directed to Mr. Rob McChesney, Director of Physical Plant, at rmcchesney@eureka.edu.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.


Groundskeeper – Interim

Position
Perform a wide variety of general activities to maintain campus grounds including, but not limited to, mowing, trimming, and weed control. Requires 24 hour emergency on-call contact on rotation schedule which may require basic general maintenance duties. This is an interim seasonal position. Normal work hours are Monday-Friday 7:00am-3:30pm, subject to vary based on workload.

Position Requirements
High school diploma or GED and valid driver’s license required. Must possess 1-2 years related work experience.

Application Materials
Click here for job application. Application may be submitted electronically in pdf format to employment@eureka.edu, by mail or in person to Eureka College Human Resources, Burrus-Dickinson Hall, 300 E. College Avenue, Eureka IL 61530. Applications also available in person at Eureka College Human Resources. Inquiries about the position may be directed to the Eureka College maintenance department at 309-467-6394.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Athletics Openings

Eureka College is a member of the NCAA Division III, the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, and the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference.


 Assistant Coaches

Eureka College always welcomes the applications of qualified individuals from all sports disciplines who are seeking a position as an Assistant Coach. Red Devil student-athletes participate in Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming, Softball, Baseball, Tennis, Track and Field, Cross Country, and Golf.

Position
The Assistant Coach will assist the head coach at practices and games, with scouting of opponents, and with recruiting of quality student-athletes. Assistant Coach is a part-time position with the season varying by sport.

Position Requirements
Associate Degree from an accredited college or university and/or related college playing experience with a high school diploma or GED. 1‐3 years active game situation coaching of a sport at the high school, club, or college level; or multiple years of college or professional level playing experience.

Application Materials
Submit cover letter addressing your area of interest, résumé, and list of 3 references electronically to employment@eureka.edu (please put “Assistant Coach” in the subject heading); pdf format is preferred, WORD format acceptable. Written submissions may be sent to Human Resources, Eureka College, 300 E. College Avenue, Eureka IL, 61530.

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Student Employment Openings

Eureka College offers part time employment opportunities for our students. There are a finite number of positions available and Eureka wishes to expand these opportunities across the greatest number of eligible students. To accomplish this goal, students generally are not allowed to hold two part-time positions simultaneously.  Certain positions require experience or special skill which warrants an exception to this policy.  In these cases the hiring supervisor must provide the Human Resources Office with written justification of the need to award the student an additional job.  An exception to this requirement exists for students that work for Sodexo. Sodexo is a separate entity from Eureka College and a supplier of EC services.

A student must initiate a request for a job interview through the Human Resources office by obtaining an Interview Authorization Slip.

A work study award does not guarantee availability of a job or that the student will earn the total award. Paychecks are distributed every two weeks for hours actually worked.

Students must complete an I-9 Employment Eligibility form, provide original documents to verify Employment Eligibility, and State and Federal W-4 tax withholding forms before they can begin working on campus.

 

** INTERVIEW AUTHORIZATION SLIPS WILL BE RELEASED **
BEGINNING THURSDAY, AUGUST 28

Admissions Office

Admissions Office Assistant – approximately 8 hours/week; 2 positions available
Duties include, but are not limited to, data entry, typing, filing, answering telephone, greeting visitors, conducting campus tours, preparing bulk mailings, preparing handouts for Admissions events, and contacting prospective students by phone or mail.
Must possess excellent written/verbal communication skills, attention to detail and accuracy, knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word, and ability to maintain high level of confidentiality.

TeleTeam Member – approximately 4-6 hours per week; 1 position available
Make phone calls in response to prospective students, provide student’s perspective in answering questions about Eureka College, write postcards to inquiries, update Hobson’s Connect II system with call information, and mail requested information.
Must possess excellent verbal/written communications skills and be dependable. Evening work is required.

 

Alumni and Development Office

Alumni/Development Student Ambassador – Approximately 10 hours/week; 1 position available
Duties include, but are not limited to, assistance with social media sites, alumni/development events, direct mailing pieces, and serve as student liaison to communicate with alumni and donors. Requires utmost confidentiality, strong communication and organizational skills, being goal and timeline oriented, and skill in Microsoft Word/Excel/Powerpoint.
This position is available Fall semester only. Ideal for December graduate or someone who is student teaching in the spring.


Cerf Center

Cerf Center Student Manager – Approximately 15-20 hours per week; 1 position available
See below for application deadline.
Cerf Center Student Managers support the mission of Eureka College and the Cerf Center by providing night and weekend supervision. Managers maintain the security of the building by locking and unlocking the building when needed, provide AV support for clients when requested, serve as positive public relations for the College in working with different clients, and aid in minor set-ups and tear downs needed in the building. Must possess effective public relations and communication skills, ability to move tables and chairs, and a positive work ethic. Some technical experience is helpful.
You must obtain an Interview Authorization Slip from Human Resources before requesting an application for this position. Deadline for applications is September 3, 2014.


Custodial Operations

Custodial Assistant – approximately 7.5 hours/week; 2 positions available
Clean and keep in an orderly condition the campus, residence halls, and office buildings. Duties include, but are not limited to, sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, polish floors, and vacuum hallways, stairs, bathrooms, and office spaces, empty trash and garbage containers. Daily work hours are 1.5-2 hours per day Monday-Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

 

 Financial Aid Office

Financial Aid Office Assistant – approximately 8 hours/week; 1 position available
Duties include, but are not limited to, assembly and mailing of financial aid packages to students; maintaining student files; assisting with reports/statistics; answering telephone; processing daily mail for the office; and data entry. Ability to maintain high level of confidentiality is required. Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel preferred.

 

Groundskeeping Operations

Grounds Assistant– Approximately 10 hours per week, 2 positions available
Position Summary:
• Prunes shrubs and trees to shape and improve growth.
• Removes damaged leaves, branches, and twigs
• Lays out and tends flower beds or other decorative vegetation.
• Plants, fertilizes, and waters to maintain grass, flowers, trees and shrubs.
• Removes snow and ice from walks and driveways.
• Spreads salt; picks up litter; rakes, bags, and burns leaves.
• Cleans drainage ditches and culverts.
• Maintains driveways and parking lots.
• May be asked to perform general maintenance tasks as necessary
Working Conditions: Work is performed outdoors.
Physical Demands: Specific physical characteristics and abilities are required to perform the work, such as agility, dexterity, and long periods of walking, standing, bending, carrying or lifting supplies and equipment weighing 50 pounds or more. Wears protective clothing required by the work environment or governmental regulations.

 

Humanities Division

Office AssistantApproximately 10 hours/week; 1 position available
Duties include management of websites, various clerical tasks, mailings, research tasks, answering phones. Qualifications include flexible hours, good writing skills, computer skills with websites and document design, organized, and able to work independently.

 

 Information Technology Services

Tech Support Assistant – approximately 7 hours/week; 3 positions available
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Update database in “eHelp Desk” to keep track of support issues, troubleshoot network/login problems, printer problems, hardware malfunctions, upgrade hardware and software components, deliver repaired computers and set up final configurations, configure/Install campus-wide, and lab specific software on campus-owned PC’s, test and repair student connections in dorm rooms, and data entry work.
Required qualifications: Must be honest, trustworthy, and willing to learn, possess good communication and coordination skills, experience with Windows operating systems and PC’s.
Experience helpful but not required: Knowledge of PC hardware components and their functions, experience with DOS and other operating systems, basic knowledge of Local Area Networks and database functions. If you can operate a computer, you can learn this job.

 

 Math/Science Division

Math Office Assistant – approximately 4 hours per week, 1 position available
Primary duty is to assist instructor by grading math homework, although other duties may be assigned. Solid background in mathematics is required. Candidate MUST be able to arrange their schedule to grade homework between one class meeting and the next, and be able to identify errors in math problems.

Biology Lab Assistant – approximately 6 hours/week; 1 position available
Help instructors set up and take down biology laboratories. Lab clean-up duties are essential including washing glassware, putting away specimens, and ensuring the laboratory is ready for the next set-up. Other duties may be assigned.  Background in biology and previous lab experience is required.  Background in chemistry is helpful.  Must be computer proficient.

Chemistry Lab Assistant - approximately 6 hours/week; 2 positions available
Help instructors set up and take down laboratories in general and organic chemistry. Lab clean-up duties are essential including washing glassware, putting away chemicals, and ensuring the laboratory is ready for the next set-up. Other duties may be assigned.  Background in chemistry and previous lab experience is required.  Must be computer proficient.

 

Melick Library

Circulation Assistant - 5-10 hours per week; 6 positions available
Circulation desk assistants are vital to Melick Library. During the fall and spring semesters, the circulation desk is staffed over 70 hours each week. That includes weekends and evenings. Because of this wide range in hours, circulation workers need to work a variety of shifts, understand the Dewey Decimal system, push and lift items for shelving (generally up to 25 lbs.), comprehend the circulation computer programs, and operate library and office equipment. Training is offered before we expect anyone to work by themselves, so don’t be afraid to check out the possibility of working at the Melick!
A good candidate will have computer and phone skills, excellent attention to detail, and customer service experience.

Multimedia Student Assistant – up to 10 hours/week; 4 positions available
1)     Responsible for a regular assigned schedule as a library student worker. Hours can be anytime the library is open. Primary hours are nights and weekends so applicant should be willing and able to work these hours without interference from extracurricular activities.
2)     Assist other students in the computer lab with software, printing, or any other computer related problem they may have. Includes scanning documents and filling lamination requests as well.
3)     Assist students in the Burgess lab when needed. Keep printers in both labs loaded with paper.
4)     Answer the phone and take messages. These will include media requests across campus.
5)     Assist in the scheduling, delivery, and set up of media.
6)     Operate media equipment when necessary, such as videotaping events for the college or running projectors.
7)     When the supervisor is not present, take responsibility for making sure scheduled equipment is delivered and is working properly.
8)     Assist supervisor with phone administration duties as needed. This includes installation and testing of phone equipment on campus. Set up of phone conference equipment is also included.
9)     Monitor media support calendar, complete projects as assigned, and keep in frequent contact with Multimedia supervisor to ensure all requests are filled in a timely manner.
10)  Function as a member of the library student staff, and assist with general library assignments as assigned by the director.
Requirements: Must be able to lift 30 pounds and pass a basic PC skills written exam.

 

Social Science and Business Division

Division Office Assistant – approximately 4 hours per week, 2 positions available
Duties include clerical work, routine errands, subjective grading, research, assessment projects, and other duties as assigned. Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word preferred. Requires the ability to work a flexible schedule. Reliability and attention to detail are essential.

 

Student Programs and Services

 S.P.R.U.C.E. Peer Educator1 position available, flexible 5 hour/week with some weekends required. See below for deadline to apply.
What is a S.P.R.U.C.E. Peer Educator?(Students
Promoting Responsibility, Understanding, & Care, Everyday)
Mission:
We, the EC SPRUCE, Students Promoting Responsibility, Understanding, and Care, Everyday, exist to cultivate an atmosphere on the Eureka College campus that promotes safe, responsible, and healthy lifestyle choices for all members of our campus community.  While respecting each individual’s right to make their own lifestyle choices, we strive to offer services and support to our campus community to foster an environment where everyone is respected, responsible, and accountable.
What we do…

  • Provide resources and education to EC students in order to promote responsible decision making.
  • Plan and implement programming to educate EC students about the risks of alcohol and other drugs and Eureka College policies regarding those substances.
  • Provide regular alcohol-free social options to EC students.
  • Plan and implement programming to educate EC students about sexual health, safety, and responsibility.
  • To be an accessible, supportive, personal resource for all members of our campus community.

After you have obtained your Interview Authorization Slip from Human Resources, please email Sarah Jiter (sjiter@eureka.edu) to set up an interview. Interviews will take place August 28-September 3.

 

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Sodexo Student Employment Openings

For job application see Kathy Moore in the Commons or contact her at kathym@eureka.edu.

Deli Server Tuesdays and Fridays  4:30 – 8:15pm(til 7:30 on Fridays)  plus every other weekend  10:00am – 2:00pm then return 4:00 – 7:00pm

Dishroom Assistant – 2 positions available

  • 1 position: Monday and Wednesday 5:00 – 8:15 pm plus every other weekend  10:00am – 2:00pm then return 4:00 – 7:00pm
  • 1 position: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday  5:00 – 8:15 pm (til 7:30 on Fridays)  plus every other weekend  10:00am – 2:00pm then return 4:00 – 7:00pm

Line Server - every other weekend  10:00am – 2:00pm then return 4:00 – 7:00pm

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