Resurrection University, located in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago, IL, focuses on professional health care careers. Founded in 1914 as the West Suburban Hospital School for Nurses, the University offers undergraduate and graduate education that integrates personal and professional growth, compassionate service, and scholarly activities. Resurrection University offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate degree programs in Nursing, Bachelor’s degree programs in Radiography, and a Bachelor’s degree in Health Informatics and Information Management.
The University is governed by an independent, self-perpetuating Board of Directors. In 2013 the university relocated to a new facility which has a state of the art venue that includes a modern simulation center and classrooms, large computer lab, and attractive spaces for socializing, learning, teaching, and working.
Resurrection University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association, holds CCNE accreditation for nursing programs, JRCERT accreditation for the Radiography programs, and CAHIIM accreditation for the Health Informatics and Information Management programs. Professors are highly experienced health care professionals who teach students with real world experiences while also serving as mentors who encourage students to grow. Students enjoy an atmosphere of warmth and personal attention while they also benefit from studying with faculty who are committed to academic excellence.
Resurrection University highly values the unique knowledge, skills, and talents that each employee contributes to this learning community. This is a dynamic and diverse collegial environment where everyone has a vital role in sustaining a dynamic community of learning. Teaching and learning are the highest role priority. Professional service is emphasized at the student and employee level.
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The University Registrar oversees a portfolio of responsibilities with a focus on advancing academic initiatives, supporting the academic enterprise through its strong and collaborative relationship with the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, and promoting the overall mission of the University. The University Registrar provides leadership and oversight to all aspects of the Office of the Registrar, including office operations, personnel, policy, and information technologies within the office. In collaboration with the Office of Institutional Research, the University Registrar provides information and actionable data to shape institutional discussions, trends, policies, processes, security, and strategic practices in support and advancement of the Office of the Registrar. The University Registrar supports the attainment of the University’s mission and goals, as well as the application and demonstration of the commitment to Resurrection University mission and Core Values.
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IT Support Specialist
The IT Support Specialist will provide end user support to faculty, staff, and students; assist in maintaining hi-tech spaces such as classrooms, event space, etc.; create and maintain Windows images; support various technologies such as Windows, Skype, GoTo Meeting, Sysprep, D2L BrightSpace; and more. This position will share up-to-date knowledge about instructional design for learning that takes place in the online environment hardware and software across the health care discipline; provide expertise with multimedia and instructional development tools; offers training, prepares user documentation, and provides advanced computing support to faculty, staff, and students. . This position provides technical support for hardware and software to meet needs related to instruction and collaborate in the planning of technology-rich labs and classrooms.
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Marketing & Communications Specialist
The Resurrection University Marketing Department seeks a full-time Marketing and Communications Specialist to support the Director of Marketing and the Vice President of Marketing. The Marketing & Communications Specialist will assist in the planning and execution of a diverse number of Marketing Department activities. The Marketing Communications Specialist is responsible for creating and delivering content, managing projects and ensuring brand messages are consistent with University objectives.
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Director, Student Accounts
Reporting to the Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer, the Director of Student Accounts is responsible for all day-to-day aspects of student accounts and billing operations, including maintenance of the student account module of the University’s student information system (SIS) and collections. The Director will also manage the disbursement of federal loans, federal and state grants, and other financial aid in accordance with related regulatory and compliance matters. The Director assists the EVP/CFO in the development and implementation of University tuition payment policies and processes in line with regulatory requirements and institutional goals as well as disseminating information and effectively communication policies and procedures to students, their families, and colleagues. Superior, empathetic customer service towards the students and families served by the office is imperative. The Director works closely with the office of financial aid and its Director to ensure accurate and proper records and seamless customer service. The Director also works closely with the University’s accounting department to ensure accurate financial reporting.
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Financial Aid Advisor
The Financial Aid Advisor must have excellent customer service skills, experience in providing administrative support to a fast-paced office during peak seasons, and a desire to educate students on their financial responsibilities. Under supervision, the Financial Aid Advisor will assist in administering student financial aid which includes but not limited to: packaging and finalizing student financial aid awards; providing input in financial planning policies and procedures; maintaining up-to-date training with required institutional trainings and Federal/State regulations for compliance in awarding aid; and participating in the scholarship application process. The Financial Aid Advisor will work closely with other departments, students and their families to best meet the needs of the student. The Financial Aid Advisor will counsel students on all matters related directly to student financial aid planning. The Financial Aid Advisor must have a sound work ethic and practice the institutions core principles of: Compassion; Accountability; Respect; Excellence; Service in carrying out their duties and responsibilities in the position.
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Director, IPE Simulation Center
The Director of the Inter-professional (IPE) Simulation Center is responsible for creating a shared, multi-year programmatic vision in coordination with key stakeholders, and for planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating simulation-based learning across university programs. Primary responsibilities include management of the simulation center, coordination of simulation activities across programs and departments, faculty development, future planning, collaboration with marketing, and guiding use of the simulation center for research.
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Simulation Center Technician
The Simulation Center Technician will work as part of a team to develop and implement simulation-based inter-professional team training designed to enhance safety and quality in health care delivery. The key responsibilities of the Simulation Technician are to provide specialized technical support services and maintenance, quality assurance and improvement. The Simulation Technician also educates and supports staff and instructors in the use of simulation, audio-visual and other information communication technology. From time to time, the Simulation Center Technician is also responsible for managing technology requirements of special projects.
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The .NET / SQL Administrator is responsible for the technical administration of the university’s learning management system, including all ongoing setup, scripting and configuration of the system. The .NET / SQL Administrator will report to the Assistant Director of Information Technology.
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