Employment

Current employment opportunities at Cardinal Stritch University.



Report Writer/Application Support Specialist
Member of the Enterprise Systems team responsible for developing, documenting and supporting both standardized and customized reports for the university as well as providing application support for all functional areas of the university using ERP systems.
Assistant to the Vice President for Advancement

The Cardinal Stritch University Office of Advancement seeks an energetic, customer service-focused Assistant to the Vice President for Advancement.  This individual will be an integral member of the Advancement team: Fund Raising, Alumni Engagement, Communications.  

Master Literacy Instructors and Math Tutors-Urban Literacy Centers / Gear Up Sites
The College of Education and Leadership Literacy Centers invites applications for positions as master literacy instructors or math tutors at Harold S. Vincent and James Madison High School urban or on-campus literacy centers.
Holocaust Education Fellow
The College of Arts and Sciences at Cardinal Stritch University in collaboration with the Nathan and Ester Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center (HERC) is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of a Holocaust Education Fellow beginning August 2016.  This is a one-year position with the possibility of renewal for up to three years, and it is shared by both institutions.  The fellowship is particularly designed for scholars and educators who wish to work in a dynamic environment and engage the public in the study of the Holocaust of European Jewry, genocide, and related fields at a time when fewer and fewer Holocaust survivors are alive to bear witness and share their experiences with the younger generation.
Assistant Professor and Chair of the ESL Program

The English as a Second Language (ESL) Department at Cardinal Stritch University is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of a tenured track, renewable, full-time assistant professor and chair of the ESL program beginning August 2016. The position involves chairing the ESL program as well as teaching some courses within the program, and other duties such as managing the annual budget, hiring adjunct faculty members, and scheduling classes.   


Coordinator of Residence Life
The overall responsibility of a Coordinator of Residence Life is to develop and administer a comprehensive residence hall program that meets the goals of Student Affairs and the Student Success Center at Cardinal Stritch University. The Coordinator provides leadership and direction to all students and staff living on-campus, and provides programming designed to support and enhance the student success and retention. Areas of responsibility include: residence life education, staff training and supervision, crisis management, building safety and security, community development and student conduct in the residence halls. This is a full-time, 12-month, live-in professional position with on-call, after hours and weekend duty hours. 
Assistant Director of University Ministry
The Assistant Director of University Ministry supports the Student Success Center and the division of Mission Engagement by directing and coordinating the programs and services associated with University Ministry.
Weekend Facilities Coordinator
Cardinal Stritch University is currently accepting applications for a Weekend Facilities Coordinator.  This is a part-time (24 hours per week) position.
Master Literacy Instructors and Math Tutors-Urban Literacy Centers
The College of Education and Leadership Literacy Centers invites applications for positions as master literacy instructors or math tutors at Cardinal Stritch University urban or on-campus literacy centers.
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Cardinal Stritch University is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer, who will assist in providing athletic training services for intercollegiate sports programs at Cardinal Stritch University.
Facility Repair Worker 1st Shift

Cardinal Stritch University seeks a Facilities Repair Worker to join the Facilities team.  The Facility Repair Worker performs all duties associated with and relating to the upkeep of the University equipment, buildings and grounds. This is a 1st shift position working from 6:00 am to 2:30 pm Monday and Wednesday, and Friday thru Sunday.