Working at Finlandia University is both a calling and an incredible opportunity to make a difference. We offer a competitive benefits package, empowering atmosphere and our location is Pure Michigan beautiful.
Faculty Employment Opportunities
The Medical Assistant/Medical Billing and Coding Practicum Coordinator /Instructor duties include teaching program courses as needed according to specified learning outcomes; academic advising and career related counseling for students; monitoring student retention; identifying and assisting at-risk students; and maintaining competency and currency in medical assisting.Read More: Medical Assistant and Medical Billing and Coding Program Practicum Coordinator/Instructor
The Assistant Professor of Psychology position is a full-time, tenure-track faculty position. The preferred area of expertise is in Cognitive, Clinical, Developmental, or Personality Psychology. The duties include teaching, student advising, professional development and research, university service, and other duties as assigned in accordance with the faculty handbook. The ability to engage students is research is highly desirableRead More: Assistant Professor of Psychology
The Assistant/Associate Professor of Accounting will primarily teach accounting and finance courses, which will include principles of accounting and upper-level accounting courses, plus other business courses as assigned by the ISB Dean. They will advise accounting and other business majors and be responsible for enrollment growth of the Accounting major. Curriculum development, university service, professional development, and other duties may be as assigned in accordance with the handbook.Read More: Assistant/Associate Professor of Accounting
The Instructor of Mathematics is a full-time, one-year faculty position. The duties include teaching, student advising, curriculum development, university service, professional development, and other duties as assigned in accordance with the faculty handbook.Read More: Instructor of Mathematics
Staff Employment Opportunities
The Administrative Coordinator for Academic and Student Affairs provides daily operational, administrative, managerial, and clerical support for the VP for Academic and Student Affairs and the Director of Academic Success and Student Life.Read More: Administrative Coordinator for Academic and Student Affairs
The Mailroom & Switchboard Operator is responsible for the daily operations of the university mail center and switchboard under limited direct supervision.Read More: Part Time Mailroom & Switchboard Operator
The Science Instructor will teach high school-aged youth during a five-week, on-campus summer program to engage students in activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields to share a passion for science and obtain knowledge in specific science fields to aid them in high school classes.Read More: Science Instructor, Summer Program
Resident Assistant (RA) is responsible for the overall care, safety, and well-being of all of the participants in the summer program, with special attention to those students assigned to your core group. The number of students assigned to an RA will vary between four and seven, depending on the number of students attending. The program employs both male and female RA’s to adequately serve the gender-diverse program participants.Read More: Resident Assistant, Summer Program
The Foreign Language Instructor will teach a language class to high school-aged youth during a five-week, on-campus summer program. We are open to any foreign language, but extremely interested in an American Sign Language fluent instructor.Read More: Foreign Language Instructor, Summer Program
The Overnight Assistant (OA) is responsible for the overall care, safety, and well-being of all of the participants in the summer program. The OA will be on overnight duty, generally four nights per week from 11:00 p.m. - 8:30 a.m. along with a resident assistant (RA).Read More: Overnight Assistant, Summer Program
The Payroll Specialist is responsible for the timely and accurate biweekly processing of employee and work-study payroll.Read More: Payroll Specialist
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Human Resources Staff
Finlandia University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex/gender, age, disability, religion, veteran status, familial status, height, weight, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other category protected by applicable law in admissions, employment, athletics, programs, and activities. Karin Van Dyke (contact information below) has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies or gender equity concerns.
As a learning community Finlandia University recognizes and affirms the dignity and worth of all people and cultures. We will strive to provide an institutional climate that does not perpetuate or tolerate forms of discrimination. We are committed to recruiting, developing and retaining a qualified and diverse faculty, staff and student body.