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Employment – Current Opportunities

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Assistant Coach - Men's Soccer Athletics Administration
Butler University is seeking an Assistant Men's Soccer Coach.
Senior Executive Assistant and Board of Trustees Liaison President
Join our dynamic and innovative team in the Office of the President as the Senior Executive Assistant and Board Liaison, where you'll play a crucial role in fostering a dynamic work environment, delivering exceptional customer service, communicating with the Board of Trustees, promoting innovation, and impacting our highest priorities.
Custodian - Fieldhouse Crew Member Fieldhouse Oper
Butler University seeks an individual to assist with daily custodial work at the athletic facilities of Butler University. Regular hours for this position are Monday-Friday, 7 am to 3:30 pm, with flexibility required during the period of November 1 to March 31 because of the events season. Flex time is used at the supervisor’s discretion.
Academic Program Coordinator - Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmaceutical Sciences
Provide administrative support to the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy Program, and faculty of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Lecturer in Education COE Instructional
The College of Education at Butler University invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track lecturer position with an expected start date of August 2024. The successful candidate will have experience and expertise in education with particular ability to provide writing instruction to first year undergraduate students in Butler University’s First-Year Seminar, which is a topic-driven course designed to introduce students to various genres of college writing. In addition, the candidate will work to build a sense of community among the First Year Seminar students while also facilitating personal reflection and/or community engagement.
Academic Program Coordinator - PA Studies Physician Assistant
Provides administrative support to the chair of the Department of PA studies and approximately 10 PA faculty members. Key areas of focus include coordination of lab supplies and schedules; organization and creation of programmatic communication, materials, and projects; and cultivation of a warm, collegial team culture.
Assistant Production Manager - Schrott Schrott Administration
This position reports to the Production Manager of Schrott Center for the Arts, one of the venues of the Butler Arts and Events Center. Duties include setting up and maintaining the technical operations for performances in dance, music, theatre, lectures, and visual art exhibits, as well as assist with front-of-house needs. This position also manages events in Shelton Auditorium and Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall, overseeing maintenance of the hall, creating and maintaining training manuals, technical packets, and production procedure policies, as well as overseeing the training and scheduling of student workers.
Groundskeeper Campus Grounds
Butler University seeks a groundskeeper for our Indianapolis campus. The Groundskeeper role is a necessary position in the operations department to maintain and keep the campus grounds in order.
General Maintenance Worker Operations
Under general direction of the Structures Supervisor, the General Maintenance Worker repairs cabinets, counters, shelves, tables and miscellaneous furniture; replaces and repairs doors, closures and locks; alters and repairs a variety of building structures such as walls, partitions, doorways, windows and frames, stairways, masonry and roofs. Installs window glass and screens, applies wall and floor covering materials in addition to installing and repairing ceramic and other types of tile. May make routine electrical, plumbing and mechanical repairs when that work is integral to the repairs or installation. Helps guide the work of less experienced workers.
Facilities Service Tech I Operations
Under direct supervision of the T.E.M.P. shop supervisor, performs semi-skilled and skilled maintenance duties in a variety of trade areas that may include plumbing, electrical, HVAC, data communication, fire alarms, campus utilities, building automations systems, swimming pool operations, preventative maintenance, and event staffing. Assignments may include service/diagnosis, repair/replace, new install, preventive maintenance, construction of some minor projects, or other trades based on knowledge and skill level.
Instructor of Chemistry Chemistry-Biochemistry
The Clowes Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Butler University in Indianapolis, IN invites applications for a two-year instructor beginning August 15, 2024, with the opportunity for renewal and appointment to lecturer status. We seek a colleague who is committed to undergraduate teaching and who can work both independently and collaboratively to design inclusive learning environments for an increasingly diverse student population. Ideal candidates will be equipped with strategies for effective teaching and mentoring of undergraduate students with a variety of backgrounds, identities, and experiences, including those historically marginalized in the sciences. Teaching responsibilities associated with this nine-month contract will include classroom and laboratory instruction (15 contact hours per week) that introduces both science and non-science majors to the field of chemistry.
Marketing Specialist Marketing Communications
The Marketing Specialist supports the Marketing and Communications division by providing strategic marketing and project management support to a wide variety of University clients. The Marketing Specialist is responsible for working collaboratively with clients to identify their marketing needs and then stewarding the smooth execution of their projects through Marketing’s Creative Team. The Marketing Specialist plays a crucial role in ensuring marketing projects are delivered on time and with maximum impact. The ideal candidate for this position is a strong individual contributor who enjoys leading and managing multiple projects and deadlines while maintaining excellent attention to detail and follow-through. The candidate should have exceptional relationship-building skills with an ability to work effectively with a diverse group of people, as well as strong organizational abilities. This is a hybrid work position reporting to the Senior Director of Brand Strategy.
Assistant Director for Jordan College of Arts Admissions JCA Recruiting
The Assistant Director for Jordan College of Arts Admissions will assist with the implementation of outreach, recruitment, audition, and new student enrollment processes for the Jordan College of the Arts, with a specific focus on marketing activities in conjunction with the Associate Director for JCA Recruitment. This role will especially support the School of Music.
Lecturer in History History Anthropology Classics
The Department of History, Anthropology and Classics at Butler University invites applications for a full-time Lecturer in History. We are seeking a historian of a Global South area—Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and/or Oceania—whose teaching and scholarship focuses on one or more themes: migration, movement & diaspora; race, gender & sexuality; social movements; the environment, including urban history; or empire, colonialism, and post-colonialism. Applicants should have a strong commitment to inclusive undergraduate teaching, and their expertise should complement the department’s present strengths.
Inaugural Dean, Butler University's Two-Year College Provost Office
Butler University invites nominations and applications for a visionary, student-centered, and inclusive leader to serve as the founding Dean of our newest College, which is a two-year degree model as part of the Come to Believe network. This rare opportunity demands vision, strategic planning, and unwavering commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Dean reports directly to the Provost and provides strategic leadership for the College. Note: Name of college is forthcoming
Change Management Coordinator Human Resources
The Change Management Coordinator will work directly with the Change Management Project Lead and will play a key role in assisting with activities to ensure the Oracle implementation project meets objectives on time and on budget by increasing employee adoption and usage by focusing on the people side of change. The Change Coordinator will also support project teams in integrating change management activities into their project plans.
Assistant Professor of Counselor Education COE Instructional
The College of Education (COE) at Butler University invites applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty member in Counselor Education with an expected start date of August 2024. The successful candidate will teach online courses in the CACREP core and Clinical Mental Health Counseling specialization on a 9-month contract with annual summer teaching expectations for additional compensation. We are looking for a new colleague who has expertise in and a demonstrated commitment to culturally responsive counseling, specifically with working with BIPOC communities, though experience with other intersectional and underrepresented identities is also highly valued. We seek a motivated colleague to enhance our rapidly growing online degree programs by collaborating with others as a scholar-educator who both trains excellent counselors and engages with colleagues, youth, families, and communities to transform existing practice and scholarship. We are particularly interested in applicants from identity groups currently underrepresented in the counseling profession.
Lecturer in Religious Studies, Islam Philosophy & Religious Studies
Butler University seeks to hire a Core Lecturer in Religious Studies who is prepared to teach courses on Islam, and whose teaching interests involve critical reflection on issues of social justice and diversity. In addition to teaching upper-level Religious Studies courses, the successful candidate will teach multiple courses in the university’s core curriculum each semester and will regularly teach a course on the Modern Middle East and North Africa. Ideal candidates will demonstrate dedication to teaching and mentoring, will have a history of implementing engaged-learning and inclusive pedagogies, will have a commitment to supporting students from historically underrepresented and marginalized religious, racial-ethnic, national, and class groups, and will show interest in contributing to building an inclusive learning environment for an increasingly diverse student population. Inclusive and evidence-based pedagogy is expected at Butler University. Please indicate your previous experience with and commitment to inclusive and evidence-based pedagogies in your cover letter.
Behavioral Health Clinician Sports Medicine
Butler University seeks a Behavioral Health Clinician to supports the Athletics Department and the Sports Performance Team to provide mental health services in order to assist student-athletes in their collegiate pursuits. The person in this position provides individual and group therapy for student-athletes, educational programming and consultation for students, parents, coaches, and staff. This position requires a passion for and competence in social justice, equity, and diversity. Similar to all Sports Performance staff, this clinician will work to integrate inclusive excellence in all professional roles and activities. This position involves an explicit emphasis on fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in the employee’s roles as clinician, supervisor, and colleague, and this focus should be evident across various tasks/functions/etc.
Lecturer in Sociology & Criminology Sociology-Criminology
Butler University invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track Lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Criminology. We seek a colleague with a strong commitment to inclusive undergraduate teaching to join our department starting August 2024.

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