Employment Opportunities at Wyoming Catholic College

Open Job Postings

Wyoming Catholic College seeks to hire a full-time professor of Humanities, to start teaching in Fall 2018.  The applicant shall have already completed a doctorate in Literature; preferred candidates will also be competent in classical political philosophy and the Philosophia Perennis. The applicant should be equipped to teach a broad range of Humanities courses from the ancient Greeks through modern philosophy and literature.  Particularly desirable would be applicants with a credential or significant experience and interest in the fine arts. In all cases, a candidate must indicate how a liberal arts education has enabled him or her to teach classic texts and to be more than passing familiar with great works outside of a specialization or disciplinary focus.

Faithful Catholics who look forward to participation in a vibrant Catholic community would be most suitable for this open position. Informing the selection of candidates will be his or her willingness to affirm the College’s mission and Philosophical Vision Statement. Understanding and agreement to this statement must be suggested in the letter of intent, which should indicate what attracts the applicant to the overall vision of the College as well as to the Humanities track (catalogue link) in particular. After reviewing the curriculum, the candidate should articulate his or her qualifications suited to teaching both the range and depth of the works included.

A semester course load of 12 hours per week is the norm (i.e., a 4-4 teaching load for the year). Although teaching is the primary responsibility of each faculty member, an energetic commitment to the wider intellectual community is encouraged in various forms from writing, to outside lectures, to conferences. An imaginative mind and open spirit are signs of personal growth, offering the college community a prospect of renewed vision and perspectives. Beyond the classroom and the conversation with one’s colleagues, life at Wyoming Catholic College is integrated on many levels beginning with academic engagement but going beyond it.

Rank and salary are commensurate with degrees earned and teaching experience; salary and benefits are competitive.

Wyoming Catholic College is interested in receiving applications for this position regardless of the applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability. All Wyoming Catholic College Faculty agree that they will never publicly reject or defy either the authentic teaching authority of the Catholic Church nor the Pope’s authority as head of the Catholic Church.

A letter of intent with curriculum vitae should be sent to Dr. Virginia Arbery, Wyoming Catholic College, 360 Main Street Lander, WY 82520, or by email to virginia.arbery@gmail.com. Questions may also be addressed to the Academic Dean, Dr. Thaddeus Kozinski (thaddeus.kozinski@wyomingcatholiccollege.com).

Application Deadline: December 30. We will begin reviewing applicants December 15.

Wyoming Catholic College seeks to hire a Professor of Natural Sciences.  The applicant must have already completed at least a master’s degree (Ph.D. or ABD preferred) in one of the natural sciences (astronomy, geology, biology, physics, chemistry, etc.) and have a strong commitment to teaching in a liberal arts setting.  Ability and willingness to teach a range of elementary college mathematics courses (geometry, calculus, statistics) will be of advantage.

Wyoming Catholic College seeks candidates with broad intellectual interests, experience in or potential for building interdisciplinary connections within the curriculum, and demonstrated teaching excellence.  Especially desired is a candidate who has benefited from a liberal arts education that enables him or her to teach the mathematics and science curricula as parts of an integrated program.  The applicant must agree with the vision and mission of Wyoming Catholic College as articulated in the Philosophical Vision Statement and the Academic Catalog. This agreement must be manifested in the letter of intent.

The professor is typically required to teach a course load of 12 hours per week and to assist in administrative duties.

Wyoming Catholic College welcomes applications regardless of the applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.

Rank and salary are commensurate with degrees earned and teaching experience; salary and benefits are competitive.

A letter of intent with curriculum vitae and three letters of academic reference should be sent to the Academic Dean, Dr. Thaddeus Kozinski, Wyoming Catholic College, 306 Main Street, Lander, WY 82520, or by email to thaddeus.kozinski@wyomingcatholiccollege.com. Questions may be addressed to the Academic Dean or to Dr. Stan Grove, Assistant Professor of Philosophy (stanley.grove@wyomingcatholiccollege.com).

Application Deadline:  Dec. 31st, 2017

Wyoming​ ​Catholic​ ​College​ ​seeks​ ​to​ ​hire​ ​a​ ​professor​ ​of​ ​Mathematics.​ ​The​ ​applicant​ ​must have​ ​already​ ​completed​ ​an​ ​M.S.​ ​or​ ​Ph.D.​ ​in​ ​mathematics​ ​or​ ​a​ ​closely​ ​related​ ​field,​ ​and have​ ​a​ ​strong​ ​commitment​ ​to​ ​excellent​ ​teaching​ ​in​ ​a​ ​liberal​ ​arts​ ​setting.​ ​The​ ​successful applicant​ ​will​ ​teach​ ​throughout​ ​the​ ​mathematics​ ​sequence​ ​and,​ ​ideally,​ ​also​ ​teach elementary​ ​courses​ ​in​ ​natural​ ​science.

Wyoming​ ​Catholic​ ​College​ ​seeks​ ​candidates​ ​with​ ​broad​ ​intellectual​ ​interests,​ ​experience in​ ​or​ ​potential​ ​for​ ​building​ ​interdisciplinary​ ​connections​ ​within​ ​the​ ​curriculum,​ ​and​ ​a record​ ​of​ ​demonstrated​ ​teaching​ ​excellence.​ ​​ ​Especially​ ​desired​ ​is​ ​a​ ​candidate​ ​who​ ​has benefited​ ​from​ ​a​ ​liberal​ ​arts​ ​education​ ​that​ ​enables​ ​him​ ​or​ ​her​ ​to​ ​teach​ ​the​ ​mathematics and​ ​science​ ​curricula​ ​as​ ​parts​ ​of​ ​an​ ​integrated​ ​program. ​ ​The​ ​applicant​ ​should​ ​read​ ​and agree​ ​with​ ​the​ ​vision​ ​and​ ​mission​ ​of​ ​Wyoming​ ​Catholic​ ​College​ ​as​ ​articulated​ ​in​ ​the Philosophical​ ​Vision​ ​Statement​ ​​and​ ​the​ Academic ​​Catalog. This​ ​understanding​ ​should​ ​be​ ​manifested​ ​in​ ​the​ ​letter​ ​of​ ​intent.

Faculty​ ​are​ ​typically​ ​required​ ​to​ ​teach​ ​a​ ​course​ ​load​ ​of​ ​12​ ​hours​ ​per​ ​week,​ ​to​ ​direct​ ​one​ ​or more​ ​theses,​ ​and​ ​to​ ​assist​ ​in​ ​some​ ​administrative​ ​duties. Faculty​ ​at​ ​Wyoming Catholic College​ ​are​ ​committed to​ ​teaching​ ​and​ ​serving​ ​students​ ​as​ ​their​ ​first​ ​and​ ​foremost​ ​responsibility.
Rank​ ​and​ ​salary​ ​are​ ​commensurate​ ​with​ ​degrees​ ​earned​ ​and​ ​teaching​ ​experience;​ ​salary and​ ​benefits​ ​are​ ​competitive.

Wyoming​ ​Catholic​ ​College​ ​welcomes​ ​applications​ ​for​ ​this​ ​position​ ​regardless​ ​of​ ​the applicant’s​ ​race,​ ​color,​ ​religion,​ ​sex,​ ​national​ ​origin,​ ​age,​ ​or​ ​disability.

A​ ​letter​ ​of​ ​intent,​ ​curriculum​ ​vitae,​ ​and​ ​three​ ​letters​ ​of​ ​academic​ ​reference​ ​should​ ​be​ ​sent to​ ​the​ ​Academic​ ​Dean,​ ​Thaddeus​ ​Kozinski,​ ​Wyoming​ ​Catholic​ ​College,​ ​306​ ​Main​ ​St., Lander,​ ​WY​ ​82520,​ ​or​ ​by​ ​email​ ​to​ ​​thaddeus.kozinski@wyomingcatholic.org​.
Questions​ ​may​ ​be​ ​directed​ ​to​ ​the​ ​Academic​ ​Dean​ ​or​ ​to​ ​Dr.​ ​Scott​ ​Olsson​ ​at
scott.olsson@wyomingcatholic.org​.

Application​ ​Deadline:​ ​​ ​Dec.​ ​31st,​ ​2017

Wyoming Catholic College (WCC) in Lander, Wyoming, seeks a full-time chaplain at our growing institution. Wyoming Catholic College is a vibrant, faithfully Catholic school that combines a rigorous, classical liberal arts education in the great books with an innovative outdoor leadership program. The community is characterized by energetic, intentional pursuit of intellectual, moral, and spiritual formation ordered by the treasury of the Church’s tradition, the patrimony of Western Civilization, and the timeless beauty of God’s creation.

The chaplaincy of Wyoming Catholic College exists as part of the school’s teaching mission. As the school’s Philosophical Vision Statement says, the College “will seek to educate the whole person—the mind, heart, and imagination.” Wyoming Catholic College therefore receives the chaplaincy at four levels: (1) in its general nature as a liberal arts college; (2) in its specific mission of moral formation; (3) in its charism of community life; and (4) in its endeavor to seek not just the true and the good but the beautiful as well. All four levels are implied and intended in the Philosophical Vision Statement’s call for the College to “establish and cultivate a proper campus culture through the liturgy, sacraments, and music of the Roman Catholic Church integrated into the life of the College.”

The work of the chaplain unfolds through his role as a priest serving the community of Wyoming Catholic College, especially in his practice of offering noble liturgy and in his role as a teacher of the faith. Chaplains’ responsibilities include: celebrate mass and other sacraments (e.g., daily confession), lead other daily spiritual practices (e.g., Eucharistic adoration), offer spiritual direction, minister on week-long outdoor trips, run and/or organize retreats, teach (if interested) a theology practicum, and lead students in spiritual or corporal works of mercy.

Each institution has a unique charism. Candidates should read the College’s Chaplaincy Vision Statement as a further description of the liturgical, intellectual, and spiritual emphases of the community we invite the chaplain to share in and foster.

The successful candidate will be a priest in good standing committed to college ministry with a knowledge of or willingness to learn in a great books curriculum, and with ability or interest in the outdoors, and experience or interest in spiritual direction. Ideally, chaplains are capable of saying (or willing to learn) the mass in the Ordinary form and the Extraordinary form, both of which are regularly celebrated. The candidate will serve alongside one other chaplain on a year-round schedule (lighter during the summer).

With a student body of 175, and plans to grow enrollment to 240, Wyoming Catholic College offers chaplains a unique opportunity to focus his ministry with attentiveness and presence on a small community of students, faculty, and staff intent on fulfilling in holiness the institution’s mission.

If interested, or to ask any questions you may have, please contact Dr. Glenn Arbery, President (president@wyomingcatholic.org) or (307) 332-2930.

Salary: Starting at $12.00 per hour
Reports to: Maintenance Supervisor
Benefits: Full Employee Benefits
Hours: 40 hours per week (Monday – Friday flexible)

Wyoming Catholic College is seeking a full-time Janitor. The Janitor will have the cleaning responsibility of buildings and ground the College uses, snow removal and assisting the Maintenance Supervisor.  Supervise college students in their employment assignments as part of the College’s work study program. The Janitor reports directly to the Maintenance Supervisor.  This posting is a full-time position with benefits. Start date December 1, 2017.

Qualifications:

  • Previous janitorial experience. Basic skills in cleaning buildings
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Well organized, strong attention to detail, creative, and reliable
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality is a must
  • Able to supervise college work study students
  • Work collaboratively with others as well as independently
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, Ability to obtain a CDL drivers license would be a plus
  • Any additional maintenance skills, such as painting, plumbing, carpentry etc are a plus.

Send a letter of interest and resume to Mrs April Pendleton Business Manager and Financial Aid Officer

Wyoming Catholic College
Attention: April Pendleton
306 Main Street
Lander WY 82520
307-335-4427
apendleton@wyomingcatholiccollege.com

Wyoming Catholic College admits students of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded to or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, hiring and employment practices, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.