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Job Title Recruitment Specialist
Posting Number S00522
Position Title Recruitment Specialist (Bilingual)
Department Admissions and Recruitment
Position Type Staff
Job Summary

This position is responsible for developing, implementing and analyzing comprehensive recruitment strategies to increase enrollment of new students at the College of Lake County. The position also initiates academic coaching, disseminates current information about academic programs, and support services to students who are new to CLC. In addition to traditional recruitment responsibilities, assignments include a special emphasis on specific populations of students. A successful candidate will be detail oriented, work well autonomously, have strong communication skills, collaborate with internal departments, and represent the college in various committees with in CLC and communities throughout Lake County.

Required Qualification

1. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. 
2. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. 
3. Ability to plan and prioritize work requirements and demonstrate independent decision-making capabilities.
4. Experience working with students from diverse ethnic, socio-economic and educational backgrounds. 
5. Valid driver’s license.
6. Ability to work flexible hours including some evening and weekend hours consistent with student needs.
7. Bilingual and proficient in English and Spanish.

Posting Date 03/20/2017
Closing Date 04/20/2017
Expected Start Date
Special Instructions Summary
Pay Rate $46,557
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time
Location Grayslake
Total Hours per week 40
Work Schedule

Monday – Friday, Hours 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

EEO Statement

The College of Lake County is an equal opportunity employer and has a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, it seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including minorities, women and people with disabilities. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

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St. Augustine College

Job Title:

Director of Development

Department/ Office

Office for  Institutional Advancement


Main Campus

Reports To:


Position Type


Exempt From Overtime? Y/N


Job Purpose:
The Director of Development reports to the President and is responsible for managing and implementing a comprehensive institutional advancement program designed to promote and foster a continuing interest in the College.

 May include any and/or all of the following:

  1. Supervise and coordinate the ongoing activities of annual giving, major gifts, planned/deferred giving, capital campaigns, alumni relations, corporate and foundation relations, and coordination of grant development processes. 
  2. Prepare reports, make presentations, and analyze possible directions for the OIA at the College and to facilitate administrative and board decisions.
  3. Promote and expand  the College’s donor base, assuring  the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of philanthropic support; building sustainable and enduring relationships with corporations, foundations and individuals including alumni, their families,  faculty, staff, and other key personnel.
  4. Expand and maintain an up-to-date donor database to facilitate more productive contact.
  5. Develop fundraising strategies and methods or activities to ensure proper acknowledgement, recognition, and stewardship of donors.
  6. Coordinate with internal department heads ( IT, marketing, deans/directors, and other key personnel) to achieve successful fundraising; nurtures culture of philanthropic support.
  7. Participates in committees, boards, and meetings; travels locally, and out-of-town as necessary. 
  8. Supports the President in government relations.
  9. Other duties as apparent or assigned by the President.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of development/fundraising concepts and appropriate solicitation techniques.
  • Excellent interpersonal/human relations skills with a keen ability to:  maintain external donor relationships with significant and influential individuals, maintain professional relationships with the Board of Trustees, donors, the surrounding community, and staff; coordinate and collaborate effectively with other internal College departments.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Spanish (preferred).
  • Familiar with online and offline marketing techniques.
  • Familiar with computer, software programs, and their use in donor marketing, database development, and stewardship building. 

General Requirements:

  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
  • Enhances organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
  • Reads and responds to internal email communication as appropriate using business format and business etiquette.
  • Maintains high confidentiality regarding donor information.  

Additional Leadership Requirements for Managers:

  • Effectively accomplishes work through others; inspires confidence, provides clear direction, communicates constructive feedback; recognizes and resolves problems.
  • Recognizes and develops skills and abilities of other staff or students in order to promote professional development and to meet departmental objectives; plans and assigns work effectively.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education and experience equivalent to:

  • Bachelor's degree; Master’s preferred.
  • Three (3) years of advancement experience preferred.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in both English and Spanish (preferred)
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office Suite and fundraising and development software.
  • Ability to work flexible office hours.

To submit resume, cover letter, or for inquiries contact:

Nancy Ocampo                 Assistant to the President

                                               Ph:         (773)878-6335

                                               Fax:        (773)728-7067


Teófilo Calero                    Human Resource and Payroll Director

                                               Ph:         (773)878-7798

                                               Fax:        (773)878-3987


St. Augustine College
1345 W Argyle St.
Chicago, IL 60640

St. Augustine College

Job Title:

Vice-president for Enrollment Management

Department/ Office

Admissions, Advising and Satellite operations


Main Campus (and satellites

Reports To:


Exempt From Overtime? Y/N


Position Type:


Job Description

Job Purpose:

The Vice-president for Enrollment Management is responsible for the leadership and management of admissions, advising, and satellite operations of the institution. The Vice-president coordinates activities and strategies with other senior managers, particularly as it relates to marketing, class offerings and technology.


·       Provide effective leadership to all personnel in Enrollment Management.

·       Hire, supervise and evaluate staff to manage the various functional areas, which include Admissions, Advising, and Satellite operations. 

·       Develop and implement strategies and systems to attract students to St. Augustine College.

·       Develop and implement strategies to support students to retain them through graduation.

·       Develop a plan with metrics and performance indicators related to enrollment goals.

·       Promotes efficiency by managing budgets of the various functional areas.

·       Ensures that all policies related to enrollment management are implemented and followed so that the College is in compliance with federal guidelines.


  • A terminal degree in one’s field.
  • A minimum of 5 years of progressive administrative and management experience.
  • At least 5 years of relevant Enrollment Management experience with a diverse urban student populations.
  •  General Requirements:
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining professional networks; participating in professional organizations.
  • Provides high quality customer service to internal and external customers in accordance with St. Augustine's customer service principles.
  • Enhances organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
  • Reads and responds to internal email communication as appropriate using business format and business etiquette.
  • Maintains confidentiality regarding student and employee information.  
  • Effectively accomplishes work through others; inspires confidence, provides clear direction, communicates constructive feedback; recognizes and resolves problems.
  • Recognizes and develops skills and abilities of other staff or students in order to promote professional development and to meet departmental objectives; plans and assigns work effectively.

To submit resume, cover letter, or for inquiries contact:

Teófilo Calero, Human Resources, and Payroll Director

1345 W Argyle St

Chicago IL.  60640

Ph:         (773)878-7798

Fax:        (773)887-3987


Health Information Technology faculty (Position Code HIT-17)

Job Description:

Oakton Community College seeks to fill one full-time, tenure-track Health Information Technology faculty position beginning with the 2016-2017 academic year in January 2017.  The successful applicant will teach courses across the health information technology discipline, particularly coding and billing.  Chair responsibilities will also be part of this position.

Applicants must be strong communicators and effective classroom facilitators who enjoy teaching in a student-centered environment.

Candidates committed to working in a culturally competent environment are especially valued at Oakton. Cultural competence integrates and transforms knowledge about individuals and groups of people into specific standards, policies, practices, and attitudes used in appropriate cultural settings to increase the quality of services provided.

Applicants should be current and skilled in their use of evolving technologies, active in promoting critical thinking, and committed to challenging our students to be knowledgeable, ethical, and capable global citizens. Oakton is seeking enthusiastic faculty who are committed to innovation in college-level teaching and learning, and interested in non-traditional delivery of instruction.

The College expects full time faculty to be professionally competent, have strong leadership qualities, participate in professional development activities, and to engage in institutional and departmental service. Prior undergraduate teaching experience is preferred.  The successful applicant must be available to teach face to face and online in the evenings and or on weekends.

Essential Functions of the Position:

  • Construction of a course syllabus, consistent with the generic course syllabus that stipulates course objectives, content, and grading criteria.
  • Preparation of course presentations and instructional materials for lecture.
  • Delivery of instruction, including being prepared for and meeting courses at scheduled times.
  • Consultation with and evaluation of students.
  • Maintenance of clear records on student performance, as well as any other factors such as attendance involved with the grading of students.
  • Compliance with departmental and institutional policies and procedures including but not limited to submission of midterm and final grades, keeping office hours, and decisions regarding instructional matters such as texts, assignments, and grading standards; also adhering to provisions of the collective bargaining agreement.
  • Participation and compliance with departmental decisions regarding instructional matters such as texts, assignments, and grading standards.
  • Participation in department and/or institutional assessments of student learning.
  • Participation in department and/or institutional surveys.
  • Participation on appropriate standing and/or ad hoc committees within the Health Information Technology department and the Division of Science and Health Careers.
  • Participation in college wide activities, such as a college wide committee or task force, faculty governance, accreditation studies, student activities/clubs/organizations, planning and/or implementation of college wide professional development activities, college related external professional meetings and activities, planning and/or implementation of college related social or fund raising functions, and other college related community activities mutually agreed upon by the Dean and the faculty member.
  • Compliance with institutional procedures.
  • Serves as the chair to the Health Information Technology program.  Duties and responsibilities include completing and submitting annual program accreditation reports, scheduling semester courses, hiring and evaluating adjunct and dual credit faculty, reporting out on annual program and course assessments, facilitating advisory committee meetings, and maintaining curricular standards and revising, as necessary.


Required Qualifications:
A Bachelor's degree in Health Information Technology or a related area, RHIA or RHIT certification, and a minimum of one year of health information technology work experience in the field are required.  Also required are strong leadership and collaboration skills, and certification as an approved ICD-10 trainer.

Preferred Qualifications:
Prior college teaching experience, a Master's degree in a related field or Education, and additional relevant computerized medical coding work experience are preferred.  Other preferred qualifications include:

  • Participation in departmental and institutional service.
  • Development and delivery of courses using learning management software (such as D2L or Blackboard).
  • Demonstrated experience working with a culturally diverse student population.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a culturally diverse workforce.
  • Understanding of and commitment to diversity and cultural competence.

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The Office of Facility and Space Planning is looking for a Space Administrator II

The Space Administrator II is responsible for maintaining UIC's comprehensive campus space information system.  The ideal candidate will gather, organize, and update the space inventory under direct supervision of the designated supervisor.


  • Work closely with campus college/department space managers/business managers and university project managers in gathering necessary information to update the Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAFM) system per Post-secondary Education Facilities Inventory and Classification Manual (FICM) standards.
  • Record space reassignments, space moves, leases, floor plan changes and space utilization changes in the CAFM system per FICM standards.
  • Assist in conducting the annual Space Survey and the Facilities and Administrative Rate (F&A) Survey.
  • Lead a space auditing program and conduct periodic space walk-throughs.
  • Perform Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) calculations for calculating Rentable Square Feet for leased spaces.
  • Prepare facility and space utilization reports for committees, leadership and university/state/federal entities as required.
  • Assist in implementing policies governing the utilization of university-controlled space.
  • Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.


Bachelor’s degree (Experience in space utilization or in closely related work [such as management, engineering, accounting, linear programming, or statistics] that required similar problem solving, administrative, and supervisory abilities may be substituted, year for year, for university education.)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with CAFM systems like Archibus with at least 2 years of experience in space management.
  • Experience in a higher education environment, preferably at a public research institution.
  • Knowledge of FICM standards.
  • Experience with Oracle or any relational database system, writing SQL queries, Business Objects or any other reporting tool is preferred.
  • Familiarity with UIC Enterprise systems.
  • Proficiency with Archibus Web Central is preferred.
  • Experience with reporting functionalities in Microsoft Excel and Access is preferred.
  • Self-starter with strong analytical skills.

For more information (and to apply) please go to:


This position is responsible for applying the principles of accounting to record transactions, allocate expenses, analyze financial information and prepare financial vouchers.


  • Check recording, billing, mailing, filing
  • QuickBooks management including reconciliation, balancing books, entering all transactions
  • Documentation archiving of vouchers and contracts
  • Follow up on student participation forms
  • Time cards management including overview and storage of physical time cards
  • Assist in the preparation of YCCS/ASN vouchers 
  • Assist in the preparation of private grant reporting/documentation
  • Audit preparation (Broutman, YS3, WC, etc)- Yearly/As needed
  • Report to Fiscal Director



  • A minimum of an Associate Degree in Accounting or equivalent experience.
  • 1-2 Years of experience


  • Knowledge in accounting and finances
  • Organizational and communication skills
  • Knowledgeable in QuickBooks
  • Strong computer skills including Word and Excel proficiency
  • Strong written and verbal skills
  • Professionalism, flexibility, good judgement, and commitment to team work


The position is based upon a contractual agreement with a maximum of 16 hours per week. The contract will begin on August 1st, 2016 and end on July 31st, 2017. Ask for Jason Gaya.

The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), College of Nursing, Department of Biobehavioral Health Science is seeking a candidate for a full-time visiting research specialist in a study to determine whether sleep problems such as sleep-disordered breathing are independent risk factors for gestational diabetes (GDM).

This position contributes to the design and delivery of research projects and collaborates with researchers to develop, execute and interpret research projects. Performs complex laboratory and data collection techniques.

This person will work closely with the principal investigator (PI) to plan and perform the day-to-day implementation of the research study and the administrative activities aligned to the research aims, and manage and organize records for data analysis.

The BHS Department is one of three departments in the UIC College of Nursing, ranked among the top ten nursing colleges in the country and 2nd nationally for NIH funding in Nursing.


  • Collaborate with Principle Investigator and researchers to develop objectives and design of research projects and proposals.
  • Formulate and conduct scientific experiments and analysis. Performs complex data collection and laboratory techniques. Analyze and evaluate test and research results.
  • Replicate, refine and add new research approaches based on project needs. Test, customize and implement new methods, procedures and techniques.
  • Develop and write advanced, comprehensive experimental protocols.
  • Monitor project developments on an ongoing basis. Propose and implement changes as needed.
  •  Communication
  • Contribute material, prepare results and assist in the writing of research findings for publications, papers, presentations, grants, and other documents for publication.
  • Assist principal investigator in grant and manuscript submission.

Staff Management
  • Guide, train and advise lower level researchers and students on techniques, methods and procedures.
  • Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.

  • Bachelor's degree in science or related field required. Master's degree in science preferred.
  • A minimum of 3 years related research experience.
  • Possesses and applies comprehensive knowledge of research principles, concepts, practices and methods.
  •  Proficient in specific lab research techniques.

Preferred and highly desirable:
  • Knowledge/experience of sleep and sleep disorders, and experience scoring recordings from objective sleep measures (i.e., actigraphy, power spectral analysis).
  • Previous experience with data management and analysis using STATA and/or SPSS etc., and manuscript and grant preparation
  •  Phlebotomy training and experience
  •  Experience working with pregnant women and ability to work respectfully with people from a variety of racial/ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds

Application Procedure: Candidates are required to complete an online application through the UIC Human Resources online system at:

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The University of Illinois may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. 

The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) / University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System (UI Health) is seeking to fill the position of Senior Quality Specialist (Quality Improvement Advisor) will serve as the trusted advisor to practices participating in the Great Lakes Practice Transformation Network.

The participating practices include the outpatient clinics of primary care specialties of Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, and the Mile Square FFQ network. The Senior Quality Specialist (Quality Improvement Advisor) will facilitate change through quality improvement activities that support the Triple Aim using the elements of Implementation Science, Population Health, Data driven Informed Decision Making, and Lean Six Sigma with the support of experts within the Great Lakes Practice Transformation Network (GLPTN). The Senior Quality Specialist (Quality Improvement Advisor) will assist physician practices with the reporting and compliance of Meaningful! Use and the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) and prepare the practices for the Merit-based Incentive Program System (MIPS) proposed to begin in 2019.


  • Conduct on-site assessments of a practices "current state" and assist with goal setting for "future state".
  • Obtains and analyzes quality metrics and reports for care opportunities, supports practice implementation of care coordination and care management, identifies action plans for provides to implement to improve cost, quality and the patient experience and participates in the design, development and implementation of community learning platforms.
  • Makes recommendations and supports the efforts of providers and practice teams on care delivery interventions resulting in improved health outcomes for patients and cost savings for CMS.
  • Provides education for practices to develop expertise with metrics and data review for quality improvement.
  • Tracks progress of program and prepares status reports to appropriate teams.
  • Review and analyze workflows to identify current or potential barriers.
  • Monitor progress and address performance issues, identifies possible areas for improvement with the practice.
  • Assist with Meaningful Use registration and attestation.
  • Provide education and assistance for PQRS and the Value Based Payment Modifier programs. Prepare the practice for MIPS.
  • Coach the practice using the elements of Implementation Science, Population Health, Data-driven Decision Making and Lean Six Sigma to achieve goals and aims.
  • Primary support for the practice in day to day objectives, development of action plans, and timelines for goals related to the TCPI Stages of Practice Transformation.
  • Function as a liaison to federal and state experts and resources.
  • Facilitate collaborative learning.

  1.  Bachelor's degree
  2.  Three (3) years (36 months) of Quality Improvement (QI) work experience in a clinical or healthcare related field/setting


 The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The University of Illinois may conduct background checks on all job candidates 

Academic Advising and Program Specialist

The Latin American Recruitment and Educational Services (LARES) Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is looking for an Academic Advising and Program Specialist to develop and implement student recruitment and retention activities.

Duties include:

  • Coordinate recruitment visits to high schools, two-year colleges and community agencies. Disseminate UIC information at campus open houses, local and national college fairs, and day/night/weekend events as they relate to the recruitment of Latino students. Assist or develop and maintain promotional and marketing plans in English and Spanish; e.g., brochures, flyers, social networks, list serves, and email blasts.
  • Organize and deliver bilingual workshop presentations in English and Spanish to prospective students and their families to promote UIC. Plan and conduct tours of UIC.
  • Advise prospective students (traditional, transfer, and non-traditional Latino students) on academic and other matters, such as applying to UIC, financial aid, and scholarships.
  • Create holistic educational plan for students supporting their academic, career and life goals. Monitor satisfactory academic progress toward degree completion. Perform assessment of student grades to ensure academic advancement, and consistent and progressive student development and growth.
  • Conduct and facilitate workshops on major exploration, career development, study abroad, internships, scholarships, and graduate school. Drive students to conferences and companies that provide opportunities for student development, some of these might be out of state.

Perform other related duties and participates in special projects as assigned.

Position Requirements and Specifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Ability to speak, read, and write in Spanish.
  • Two years of experience working at a college or university with experience in educational program development, student advising and/or program administration.
  • Experience working with Latino college students.
  • Demonstrated knowledge working with Latino audiences from diverse backgrounds.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills are essential to maintain effective working relations with departments, employees and managers at all levels and external constituencies (parents, high schools, other colleges/universities).
  • Demonstrated ability to develop supportive interactions with students in one-on-one and group situations.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Intermediate level experience using Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and Access.
  • Working knowledge of immigration law at the state and federal level.
  • Familiar with the United States Latino experience.
  • Driving is an essential function of the job.

For fullest consideration, please apply online through the UIC Job Board by May 25, 2016 at:

Please submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The University of Illinois may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

Job opportunity at 
 Oakton Community College:

Oakton Community College, a caring community of educators dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning, seeks a dual appointed Anthropology and Sociology faculty to join our College. 

Founded in 1969, Oakton is a comprehensive two-year community college offering associate's degree programs and non-credit courses in northern Cook County, Illinois. Oakton's 147-acre main campus sits in a forest preserve in Des Plaines, Illinois. A second campus in Skokie serves residents on the eastern side of the District and is home to the Art, Science, and Technology Pavilion. The College also offers continuing education classes at off-campus locations throughout the region, and many students pursue studies at home through our distance learning program. The College is undertaking a five year, $68.5 million Master Plan which included the construction of a new Science and Health Careers building on the Des Plaines campus.

Oakton is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. The College is recognized by the Illinois Community College Board and is a member of the American Association of Community Colleges, as well as numerous professional organizations.

Oakton's 700 full- and part-time faculty members' true passion is teaching. In small classes, our faculty engage students as individuals and guide their learning experience.

Please contact Craig Ahrndt, Assistant to the Executive Director of Human Resources at 847.635.1676 or if you encounter any difficulties with electronic submission of these documents.

The search for a full time, tenure track Anthropology and Sociology faculty beginning on August 15, 2016 has been continued.  The new full consideration deadline is March 1, 2016.  The posting will be removed from the Oakton website on March 2, 2016.



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