Resurrection University, located in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago, IL, focuses on professional healthcare 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 healthcare 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.

Please direct all questions regarding open job positions to: Daphanee Lewis – Employment Coordinator at

University Registrar

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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Assistant Registrar, Curriculum Management and Degree Analyst

Under the direction of the University Registrar, the Assistant Registrar – Curriculum Management and Degree Analyst performs a variety of specialized duties related to academic policy, curriculum management, student academic progression, credit for prior learning, and degree audit and analysis.  In addition, this position assists with the day-to-day activities in the Office of the Registrar, maintaining student academic records and performing related duties as assigned.

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Assistant to the President, Strategy and Planning

The Assistant to the President for Strategy and Planning, reporting directly to the University President, will play a key role in strategic programming, business planning and communications aligned with the President’s priorities.

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The Controller serves as the primary accounting leader for the University overseeing the daily operations of the accounting department.  The Controller is responsible for providing financial information, interpretation, and recommendation of University’s business activities to executive leadership and the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors.

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The Librarian performs daily technical and/or clerical library functions to meet the information needs of library users. Has full responsibility for obtaining needed materials not owned by the library at user’s request. Provides initial assistance and direction to library users and refers to Director or other possible sources as appropriate.  Oversees the library and oversees the work of the Library Student Workers in the Director’s absence.

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Events & Facilities Coordinator

The Events & Facilities Coordinator (EF Coordinator) reports to the Executive Assistant to the President and is responsible for the coordination and oversight of University events and campus facility and administrative needs.  The EF Coordinator will be the first point of contact for internal and external customers seeking support and information regarding facility operations and event coordination.  The EF Coordinator, under the supervision of the Executive Assistant to the President, will manage all outside contractors in support of facility operations and university events, including maintaining records and contracts, coordinating project activities, and providing scheduling support.  The EF Coordinator will also serve as the receptionist for the administrative and student finance department offices.

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Graduate Academic Faculty

Resurrection University is looking for doctoral-prepared faculty members whose assignments involve instruction and curriculum design, planning and implementation, for the development and implementation of specific course offerings in the curriculum.

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Adjunct Faculty – College of Nursing

Contracted by term or semester to teach in both the clinical and didactic environment – Faculty members whose assignments are to classroom and practicum instruction are collectively responsible with assistance of the Dean or Program Director for curriculum design, planning and implementation, for the development and implementation of specific course offerings in the curriculum.

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