Employment

Wesleyan College is an outstanding employer. Although our beautiful historic campus and close-knit community are unrivaled benefits, we still offer all those other benefits you'll value in a competitive compensation package. Listed here are current executive, faculty, and staff openings. We thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at Wesleyan! Directions to campus.


FACULTY POSITIONS:

Assistant Professor of English
Tenure-track position in English at Assistant Professor level, beginning summer 2016. Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition or English preferred;M.A. in Rhetoric and Composition or English and three years of college teaching experience considered. Degree must be completed by August 2016. The ideal candidate will have significant teaching experience in composition and be prepared to teach all levels of composition and an occasional literature class. Experience in ESOL desirable. Normal teaching load is seven or eight courses per academic year. Position requires teaching in day and evening programs. Additional summer teaching is expected. Expectations for research and service will be negotiated. Interviews via Skype. By November 30, send letter of interest, vitae, transcripts, and three current letters of recommendation to Dr. Regina B. Oost, Chair, English Program, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Rd., Macon, GA 31210-4462. EOE/AA.

 


STAFF POSITIONS:

Financial Aid Counselor

Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Work hours may be adjusted to meet the needs of the department.  This includes occasional evening and weekend assignments.

The Financial Aid Counselor is expected to assist the Director in achieving the overall goals for the Financial Aid Office and the College as a whole.  This includes reducing the discount rate.

  • Provide exceptional customer service (in-person, phone and email).
  • Counsel and advise students on the student aid application process, requirements for eligibility, need analysis, process for change in financial circumstances, rights and responsibilities regarding student aid, academic progress requirements and procedures for appealing, and other information related to student scholarships, grants, work and loans.
  • Manage State Aid Programs.  This includes ensuring compliance; developing and maintaining written procedures; setting and following an annual schedule of activities and deadlines required to administer the student aid programs; monitoring and overseeing program budgets and expenditures; and, reconciling student aid fund accounts.  Oversee the preparation of reports and records as assigned to ensure the fiscal accountability of financial aid programs. 
  • Assist the Directors in establishing and implementing financial aid guidelines, policies and procedures, and for developing long-range plans that conform to demands of regulatory agencies, the needs of the College and its students.
  • Serve on at least one administrative committee on campus.
  • Assist the Directors in analyzing, interpreting and keeping office abreast of federal and state regulations and institutional policies pertaining to student financial aid (e.g. IPEDS, US News, etc.).  Provide information/report regarding professional development/training (webinars or conferences) opportunities in which you are a participant to the staff.
  • Work with staff to resolve student appeals and request exceptions to policies and procedures for Traditional students.
  • Perform student aid need analysis, verification of financial data, resolution of C-Flags and other criteria to confirm student aid eligibility, federal, state and institutional financial aid award packaging, originate educational loans for students and parents, and other procedures necessary to deliver financial aid to students.
  • Develop and promote financial aid services during open houses, Admissions road shows, etc.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director of Financial Aid.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree with a minimum of one year of financial aid/bursar office experience, preferably at a private institution.
  • Understanding of federal and state statues, institutional regulations, and policies. 
  • Ability to work with a diverse student population.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint is required. Intermediate to advance knowledge a plus.
  • Experience with ED Connect, EDE Express, Jenzabar EX and PowerFAIDS software preferred. 
  • Experience with R2T4, PELL LEU and SULA preferred. 
  • Must possess excellent written/verbal communication skills, excellent organizational skills, excellent customer service skills, excellent problem solving skills, professionalism, and work in a team environment.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Send all nominations or letters of interest along with a resume and references list to: Danielle Lodge, Director of Financial Aid, Wesleyan College,4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA 31210; or email dlodge@wesleyancollege.edu with Financial Aid Counselor as subject line.

 

Drivers -Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
Wesleyan College seeks to hire drivers, with a current CDL, to be part of an on-call list. Drivers will be utilized to transport students, student athletes and other members of the Wesleyan community for various events and activities. The hours will vary to include weekends and evenings, in some cases overnight stays may be required. Applicants should possess the following.

  • Current CDL license
  • Pass a background check
  • Have no DMV violations within the last two (2) years.

Preference will be given to candidates with previous work experience as a CDL driver.
To apply for this position, please complete the Job Application Form and submit it to Sarah Napoli at  snapoli@wesleyancollege.edu or Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA 31210.


Certified Lifeguard

Part-time position available at Porter Gym starting immediately. Must have certification. Pays $10.00/hour. If interested, please contact Kathy Malone at 478-757-3775 or by e-mail at kmalone@wesleyancollege.edu.

 

Wesleyan College (on-call) Police Officer
On-Call Police Officers are called in on an as needed basis and just like the full time police officer staff they are required to protect the lives and properties of the Wesleyan College Community. On-Call officers fill in for full time officers when they need time off. This could be a prepared leave time or an emergency leave time, which means On-Call officers must provide a schedule of their availability. On-Call officers will be required to cover a 12 hour (8am-8pm/8pm-8am) shift when called upon, and special college events that require additional officers. They are required to respond professionally to the need for detection and prevention of crimes. Officers must be prepared to maintain law and order. On-Call officers are required to patrol the entire campus property by vehicle, and some by foot. On-Call officers duties also include traffic enforcement, accident reporting, and criminal investigations. On-Call officers are expected to secure physical structures on the campus, and maintain an activity log daily. On-Call officers will provide security at social and athletic events, conduct safety inspections, control and direct traffic, enforce college rules and regulations, issue parking citations, and enforce the law governing the state and other duties as defined by supervisors.

Job Qualifications:

Candidates must be twenty-one years of age, and have a valid driver’s license. All applicants must be certified through the Georgia Peace Officers Standard and Training Council.  Must be in good physical condition, and able to work any shift. Must be able to handle stressful situations, be an effective communicator.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, send your resume to Patricia M. Gibbs, Vice President for Student Affairs, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA, 31210. Electronic submissions should be sent to tabercrombie@wesleyancollege.edu.



Campus Police Officer
The Wesleyan College Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Campus Police Officer. Please read the job description and qualifications below. Police Officers are required to protect the lives and properties of the Wesleyan College Community. Officers are required to respond professionally to the need for detection and prevention of crimes. Officers must be prepared to maintain law and order. Officers are required to patrol the entire campus property by vehicle, and some by foot. Officers duties also include traffic enforcement, accident reporting, and criminal investigations. Officers are expected to secure physical structures on the campus, and maintain daily log entries of activities. Officers will provide security at social and athletic events, conduct safety inspections, control and direct traffic, enforce college rules and regulations, issue parking citations, and enforce the law governing the state and other duties as defined by supervisors.

Candidates must be twenty-one years of age, and have a valid driver’s license. All applicants must be certified through the Georgia Peace Officers Standard and Training Council.  Must be in good physical condition, and able to work any shift. Must be able to handle stressful situations, be an effective communicator, and able to pass a pre-admission test administered by the Wesleyan Police Department, as well as a physical agility test.  To apply for this position please submit your resume to Theresa Abercrombie via e-mail to tabercrombie@wesleyancollege.edu.

 

Director of Facilities
Wesleyan has an immediate opening for a Director of Facilities, a member of Administrative Council reporting to the VP for Fiscal Affairs. Responsibilities include day-to-day building and grounds operations, new construction, outside purchasing of services, transportation and administration of the department. Experience required in leadership, communication, negotiation, compliance and relationship skills. Must be enthusiastic, diplomatic, flexible, independent and disciplined. Compensation commensurate with experience; above average benefits.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintenance and operations of the College’s physical plant and grounds to include custodial, transportation, and facility improvement projects.  
  • Maintains excellent relationships with students, employees, Trustees, visitors and the general community. Provides timely communication of campus conditions with all constituents.

  • Hires, supervises, directs, assigns and evaluates the daily work of assigned staff; trains employees in work procedures, standards and safety practices.

  • Provides professional leadership including effective deployment of the staff, effective planning and analysis, project management, scheduling, budget control, and equipment replacement planning.

  • Works closely with key administrators regarding issues related to safety, efficiency, capacity, and facility improvements.  Works closely with the Advancement staff to develop funding for projects. Supports the Building and Grounds Committee meetings of the Board of Trustees.

  • Maintains the master plans and prints of the campus pertaining to buildings, roads, pathways, parking lots, arboretum and utilities.

  • Coordinates all Facilities purchasing and outsourcing contracts. Negotiates favorable terms and develops quality relationships with suppliers and vendors. 

  • Prepares and administers annual departmental assessments and budgets; prepares recommendations and justifications regarding budget requests. 

  • Oversees the maintenance of the vehicle fleet and updates to the transportation policies.

  • Develops and monitors ongoing preventative and deferred maintenance plans for all major mechanical and electrical building systems, as well as for grounds and athletic/equestrian facilities.

  • Assures compliance with safety, environmental and zoning regulations. Implements environmentally sustainable policies and procedures including the recycling program.

  • Develops departmental policies and procedures to insure a safe, efficient and cost effective operation.

  • Effectively services the needs of the College through an effective work order system, to include response and coordination of requests.

  • Responds to urgent needs (storms, outages, accidents), requiring flexible hours.


Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Send all nominations or letters of interest along with a resume and 3 references to: Rick Maier, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA 31210; or email rmaier@wesleyancollege.edu.