Work at Mercy College
Come work for a College on the move!
Mercy College is focused on providing the best education for our students. We hire only the most qualified individuals who support our desire to ensure our students are well prepared in their chosen health care field.
Our current openings are listed below. For more detailed information you may contact Anne Dennis, PHR, Human Resources Business Partner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants will be asked to complete an Applicant Assessment Survey to be considered for the position.
Student Health Nurse
The Student Health Nurse will provide health care and education to College students and serve as a health information resource to the College community.
Qualifications include a BSN, current and valid Iowa RN license, 2 years of clinical nursing experience and knowledge of health and wellness education.
The admissions counselor will provide recruitment efforts for the College. The incumbent builds relationships with prospective students from inquiry to admission to enrollment.
Qualifications include bachelor's degree in education or related field; valid Iowa driver's license; ability to work weekends and evenings; ability to travel overnight; strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and presentation skills; excellent attention to detail. Two years experience in higher education preferred. Master's degree preferred.
Sonography Clinical Coordinator-PT
The position will provide instruction and clinical coordination for students in the general sonography. Hours may be 20 to 30 hours per week and can be flexible.
Qualifications include an associate's degree in sonography; bachelor's degree required; 2 full-time years as a sonographer; credentialed in AB/OB/GYN; credentialed in vascular preferred.
Online Teaching and Learning Coordinator
The position provides Learning Management System (LMS) administration, supports end users' technology needs and provides leadership and training for quality online course development.
The successful candidate will possess a bachelor's degree in instructional technology, computer science, information technology, instructional design or related field; 3 years experience with LMS administration, set-up and configuration and demonstrated knowledge of online learning theory, instructional design and instructional technology.
Director of Campus Ministry
This position will provide spiritual support to all members of the College community and to administer campus ministry needs. In addition, the position will teach academic courses in the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences and supervise the onsite Living and Learning Community.
Qualifications include Master's degree in ministry, scripture, theology or religious studies; Demonstrated ability to teach in higher education; practicing Roman Catholic; 3 years experience with non-traditional aged young adult ministry.
The successful candidate will be required to live in the Living and Learning Community at Mercy Court. Rent and furnishings provided by the College.
Dean, School of Allied Health
The Dean will provide oversight and leadership for the School of Allied Health. The position will be responsible for developing a strategic plan, integrating marketing, recruitment, student performance objectives, retention efforts and attrition analysis. The Dean will serve as an advocate for the School internally and externally.
Qualifications include a PhD or earned doctorate in an academic area; 5 years experience in administration at an accredited college or university; teaching experience at the college level in one of the disciplines within an allied health profession and demonstrated experience with accreditation.
Full-time positions teaching in the Associate of Science in Nursing program.
Qualifications include a PhD, EdD or professional doctorate or the ability to obtain within a specified time frame; MSN, 2 years in a clinical environment and proficiency in teaching methodologies.
Program Chair, Nursing
The position will be responsible for administering the programs within the School of Nursing. Responsibilities include faculty oversight, curriculum development, policy and procedure development and accreditation and retention activities. The incumbent will be asked to teach one course per semester.
Qualifications include a PhD or EdD in a related field, Master's degree in Nursing or Nursing Education; 5 years experience teaching in a higher education institution, current and valid Iowa RN license and 5 years experience as a Registered Nurse.
Adjunct Faculty Positions
Adjunct instructors are needed to teach in the clinical environments for the Associate of Nursing program.
Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor's degree in Nursing and 2 years experience as a RN. Current and valid Iowa Registered Nursing license is required.
CPR, ACLS and PALS
Adjunct instructors are needed to teach CPR, ACLS and PALS courses.
Qualifications include a BLS certification in CPR for the Health care Worker and experience in health care delivery. CPR, ACLS and PALS instructors must have a current Instructor Certification. For ACLS and PALS a minimum of 1 year experience as an ACLS or PALS provider is required.