Employment opportunities available at Trinity Lutheran College are listed below. You can also view job opportunities at other organizations open to students and alumni.
Trinity Lutheran College, through its biblically-centered college education, develops Christian leaders with a global perspective whose lives and ministry serve Jesus Christ in church and society. All employees of Trinity Lutheran College are expected to be persons of Christian commitment who are in accord with the mission and purpose of a Christian college. Trinity provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, gender, ethnic or national origin, disability, or age.
Direct questions to hr@TLC.edu.
Trinity continually seeks to grow its pool of qualified Affiliate Faculty in each of its ten majors, as well as those interested in teaching liberal arts general education courses (i.e., social sciences, math, natural sciences, humanities, and the arts). Affiliate Faculty are instructors who are contracted to teach on a course-by-course, term-by-term basis, based on Trinity’s current instructional needs. We especially desire faculty who possess a rich combination of outstanding professional accomplishments, academic preparation at the graduate level, and a desire to teach and mentor students in a dynamic learning environment. All instructors are expected to be persons of Christian commitment who are able to support Trinity’s mission as a private, faith-based institution of higher education. To be considered for an Affiliate Faculty position, please send a cover letter with a curriculum vitae or resume to hr@TLC.edu.
A newly created position, the Resident Director (RD) is a key professional staff member who lives on campus and is responsible for translating Trinity Lutheran College’s student life, mission, vision and core capacities into practical and meaningful programs, activities, and services for approximately 100 undergraduate students living on campus in the Trinity Apartments. Download Position Description (PDF).
This newly created part-time position is responsible for supporting the daily administrative operations of the Development department by keeping accurate and timely record of all gifts to Trinity and needed supporting reports related to Advancement and Trinity donors. Download Position Description (PDF).
Trinity Lutheran College seeks an educator with passion for student learning and competence in academic administration who will teach and manage our psychology major for the coming academic year. This is an interim, 10-month appointment from August 2015-May 2016. Depending on the scholar’s teaching expertise this could either be a full- or part-time appointment. Download Position Description (PDF).
This is a part-time, faculty teaching position reporting to the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Downlowd Position Description (PDF).