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Below you will find all open professional staff positions. If nothing appears, there are no available listings. Westminster College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

POSITION:  Director of Institutional Research

DEPARTMENT:  Academic Affairs

FLSA:  Exempt

REPORTS TO:  Senior Vice President and Dean of Faculty 


The Director of Institutional Research directs, coordinates, and implements all institutional research activities which impact the goals of the College, provides information to support institutional planning, policy formulation, and decision making, directs and manages data collection, data extraction, data analysis, and research activities relative to institutional research, directs the compilation of data, and manages the submission of required state and federal reports regarding College activities.  Responsibilities also include supporting the planning effort by collecting assessment data, distributing it to appropriate units, assisting in identifying assessment instruments, as well as developing and maintaining the College’s statistical profile.  In addition, the director is responsible for organizing and directing the collection of various institutional reports and projections not regularly assigned to other offices of the College.


  1. Perform institutional analyses and undertake special projects for each area of the College as requested by the Cabinet to evaluate programs and activities, identify trends, document performance, and facilitate administrative decision-making to assure program effectiveness.
  2. Coordinate the collection and analysis of data to provide information.
  3. Support the coordination, documentation, and reporting on the institution to accrediting bodies, such as the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and the Missouri Coordinating Board of Higher Education.
  4. Ensure compliance with assigned federal and state reporting requirements such as the completion of IPEDS reports, as well as a variety of other external surveys and requests for data (e.g., NCAA, MoDESE, National Student Clearinghouse).
  5. Perform other duties as assigned.


Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is required. Master's degree is preferred.

Experience:  3-5 years of experience in institutional research is required.

Skills:  Functional knowledge of personal computers and mainframe application for data extraction and analysis is required, using operating systems such as Jenzabar. Personal computer knowledge must include the ability to prepare documents, reports, spreadsheets, and databases using a variety of programs, such as Excel, Infomaker, Access, and SPSS. The ability to write concise analytical reports that are directed to specific readership is required. The ability to interact with many levels of personnel in a congenial, courteous manner is required.


Must be able to operate the computer and all of the associated software used at the college, and other office equipment.


Must be able to remain in a stationary position, must be able to move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.  Occasionally requires lifting and carrying items up to 50 lbs.  


Works in a normal office environment most of the time with minimal exposure to temperature changes, noise, dust or chemicals.


Please send your application, cover letter, and resume with a list of three professional references to:  lisa.otto@westminster-mo.edu or Westminster College, Attn: Lisa Otto, Associate Vice President, Chief HR Officer, 501 Westminster Avenue, Fulton MO 65251. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 

Westminster College is an inclusive institution.  Westminster does not discriminate in practices or employment opportunities on the basis of an individual’s race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other proscribed category set forth in federal or state regulation.

POSITION:  Head Men's Soccer Coach

DEPARTMENT: Intercollegiate Athletics

FLSA:  Exempt

REPORTS TO:  Director of Intercollegiate Athletics


Performs responsible program building including planning, coaching, managing, recruiting and directing the soccer program.  The Head Soccer Coach also teaches courses in Health and Exercise Science which include Physical Education activity courses, coaching theory and officiating courses.


  1. Manages and directs the soccer program.
  2. Coaches the soccer team.
  3. Teaches courses in Health and Exercise Science.
  4. Manages all aspects of the team including strength and conditioning, practicing, competing and scheduling.
  5. Evaluates and recruits qualified student-athletes.
  6. Directs and supervises the assistant soccer coach.
  7. Scouts opponents.
  8. Manages a fiscally sound budget.
  9. Directs the assistant soccer coach in coordinating study hall and tutoring
  10. Monitors class schedules, grades and student-athlete academic progress.
  11. Ensures that appropriate rules and regulations regarding the conduct and eligibility of athletic activities and athletes are explained and followed.
  12. Ensures that student athletes follow a standard of conduct that aligns with the core values of the College.
  13. Responsible for soccer student-athlete retention.
  14. Responsible for marketing and promoting of the soccer program.
  15. Serves as the director of soccer summer camps.
  16. Assists the administration with alumni relations.
  17. Commits to and is responsible for adhering to all rules and regulations set forth for the team, the College, SLIAC and the NCAA with the utmost integrity.
  18. Works cooperatively with personnel in the athletics department, attends department meetings and activities, and always represents the College positively when interacting with the community, alumni, high school and club coaches, media and general public.
  19. Completes other assigned administrative duties in a timely manner.
  20. Responsible for establishing job standards for subordinate staff and effectively evaluating staff under charge.
  21. Engages in regular consultation with athletic training and other sport department personnel to maximize the safety and wellness of student-athletes and demonstrates concern for the overall welfare of students at all times.
  22. Game management in other sports is required.


  • Education: Bachelor's degree required, master’s degree preferred.
  • Experience: Two years of demonstrated successful coaching experience at the high school or college level. Commitment to attend all scheduled practices and games. Collegiate coaching is preferred.
  • Skills:
    • Ability to market and promote.
    • Ability to recruit, coach and teach highly talented student-athletes.
    • A proven record in following directives and being responsible for tasks which have been assigned.
    • Ability to adhere to all policies, rules and regulations of the College, SLIAC and the NCAA. 
    • Ability to hire and supervise qualified assistants and student workers.
    • Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment as needed. 
    • Ability to attend seminars, meetings and other professional development opportunities at or away from the College.
    • Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives and exercise independent judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities. 
    • Ability to integrate resources, policies, and information for the determination of procedures, solutions, and other outcomes. Knowledge of management methods and ability to provide administrative guidance within area of responsibility and provide direct training and supervision as needed. 
    • Ability to apply budgeting and fiscal planning techniques within financial constraints. 
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with students, faculty, staff, and the public. 
    • Ability to communicate effectively - orally, by phone, in person, and in writing. 
    • Ability to respond to emergency situations in a timely manner. 
    • Ability to represent the department and College in a friendly, courteous and professional manner. 
    • Ability to use a personal computer and other office equipment.

Supervise assistant coaching staff and student workers in the performance of daily tasks.


Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics.


Computer, electronice scoreboards, fax machine, telephone, video equipment and specific sports related practice machinery.


Requires standing, sitting, bending, reachin and lifting.  Exposure to weather conditions, including long periods in the sunshine.


Supervisors are responsible for maintaining an environment that is free from discrimination, intimidation, coercion or harassment, including sexual harassment. Work is performed indoors and/or outdoors. The noise level is usually low to moderate. While performing the duties of this position, the employee may be required to travel.


Please send your application, cover letter, and resume with a list of three professional references to: lisa.otto@westminster-mo.edu or Westminster College, Attn: Lisa Otto, Associate Vice President, Chief HR Officer, 501 Westminster Avenue, Fulton MO 65251. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Westminster College is an inclusive institution. Westminster does not discriminate in practices or employment opportunities on the basis of an individual’s race, color, age, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, veteran status, marital status, disability or genetic information;

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