Wesleyan College is an outstanding employer. Although our beautiful historic campus and close-knit community are unrivaled benefits, we still offer all those other benefits you'll value in a competitive compensation package. Listed here are current executive, faculty, and staff openings. We thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at Wesleyan! Find out more about employment at Wesleyan College by contacting our Director of Human Resources at (478) 757-3803.  Directions to campus.


Faculty Positions:

Adjunct Instructor for Information Systems Courses in MBA Program
Wesleyan College’s Executive MBA program seeks a qualified instructor for the Management Information Systems course. Two classes are offered in the 2014-2015 academic year. The first class meets alternate weekends from October 31 to December 6, 2014; the second class meets alternate weekends from January 23 to March 21, 2015.

A qualified candidate should possess a Ph.D. in business and have at least five years’ experience teaching in an MBA program. Candidates with an MBA and significant work experience in information systems should also apply. Resumes will be reviewed immediately and accepted until the position is filled. Send cover letter and resume with contact information for references to: Rejeana Cassady, Provost’s Office, rcassady@wesleyancollege.edu. 



Assistant Professor of Education

Description: Wesleyan College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Education position. Candidate should have a desire to become an integral, functioning part of a close-knit team of educators. 

Duties (Includes but not limited to): 

  • Teaching:  Teach undergraduate and graduate level courses (up to 4 courses per semester); prepare Syllabi, observe and supervise students in the field, offer 4-5 scheduled office hours each week.  
  • Additional Duties:  Advise students, participate in recruitment efforts for the college and Education department, serve on committees and attend regular department, faculty and division meetings. 

Required Qualifications:

  • Terminal degree in an education related field
  • Reading certificate or endorsement
  • Early childhood level classroom experience teaching reading, writing, and other subjects at the P-5 level (5 years minimum experience)
  • Experience teaching at the college level

    Preferred Qualifications: 
  • At least 18 or more graduate hours specific to reading instruction or related coursework
  • Training and/or experience in the writing process and/or the teaching of writing or related course work

A letter of interest and resume with contact information containing current references should be sent electronically to Dr. Virginia Wilcox vwilcox@wesleyancollege.edu, Chair, Department of Education, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA  31210.  Review of positions will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Position begins January 2, 2015.

Equal Opportunity Employer  

Lane Center for Service and Leadership
Director Position
Wesleyan College, Macon, GA, seeks a director for the Lane Center for Service and Leadership.  The Director of the Lane Center develops, plans, and implements programs and activities designed to prepare Wesleyan students, faculty and staff to engage in service to their communities. The Director must have a rich understanding and appreciation for the goals of the Lane Center and a proven ability to mobilize volunteers for service.

Primary functions:

  • Manage the daily operations of the Lane Center, including budgeting, assessment, and reporting on outreach activities and programs
  • Implement programs that provide hands on service opportunities 
  • Provide educational opportunities and resources related to service learning
    • Meet regularly with faculty who include service learning in their courses
    • Teach one section of HMS 299 each semester, addressing theory and including a service component
    • Develop assessment tools to assess service and service learning
    • Provide leadership development activities for students
  • Plan and promote biannual WOW! A Day activities to expose the campus community to service agencies in Macon
  • Oversee Aunt Maggie’s Kitchen Table Outreach Center
  • Represent Wesleyan in community meetings and outreach efforts
  • Collaborate with Advancement staff to secure funding for Lane Center projects


  • Master’s degree or higher from an accredited institution of higher education
  • Working knowledge of the role of service learning and/or leadership development in higher education
  • At least three years’ experience in community development and/or non-profit management
  • Strong communication skills (written and oral)
  • A proven record of personal service and servant leadership
  • The Lane Center’s Director reports to the Vice President of Academic Affairs/Provost of the College. 

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Please send a letter of interest and CV, including contact information for three references, to Rejeana Cassady at rcassady@wesleyancollege.edu.  Wesleyan College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Staff Positions:

Executive Assistant for the Offices of Institutional Advancement, Alumnae Affairs, and Communications
Position Summary:  Provide support to Advancement, Alumnae Affairs and the Office of Communications. Participates in the development and implementation of programs designed to meet departmental goals per each department; plans and executes related administrative functions; may be designated responsibility for a specific area as needed and as outlined below.

·      Manage department expenses, including processing expense reports, bill payments, and reconciling credit card charges.
·      Serve as supervisor to student workers and interns
·      Responsible for receiving mail, recording gifts, reconciling the gift reports submitted by the Data Service Specialist
·      Assists in the preparation and implementation of direct mail solicitations, donor recognition, stewardship, phone calls, and other projects as designed and needed by Advancement Officers.
·      Assists in preparation for Board of Trustee Meetings; including minutes of the Development Committee Meeting.
·      Perform research for; Alumnae Profiles, Wesleyan Magazine topics, and any additional copy/information needed by the Office of Communications
·        Assist Alumnae Directors with preparations for on/off campus events (as needed), including annual House Party events
·        Assist with design of alumnae event materials, such as flyers, invitations, forms, etc.
·        Assist Alumnae Directors with preparations forBoard of Managers meetings: reserve campus rooms and assist with meeting/packet set-ups
·        Receive and input all registration for Alumnae Weekend and provide support for all events associated with the weekend, as needed
·        Maintain Guest Log Calendar and keys for Alumnae Suites
·        Maintain Announcement records (Marriages, Births, Deaths) for publication in the Wesleyan Magazine

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A letter of interest and resume with contact information containing current references should be sent electronically to Andrea Williford at awilliford@wesleyancollege.edu.


Head Coach, Tennis
Department of AthleticsWesleyan College
Responsible for coaching, recruiting and managing the NCAA, Division III, tennis program.  

Qualifications Bachelor's degree required;in a related field highly preferred. Experience coaching on the college level preferred, high school level required. The position requires demonstrated skills in communication, flexibility, organization, leadership, problem-solving, human relations, and ability to work with diverse populations.

Appointment, Salary, &Benefits This is a part-time, 9 month position. 

Major Duties &Responsibilities 

  • Plan, organize, and conduct practice sessions.
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, and motivation in order to prepare athletes for games, and competitive events.
  • Keep abreast of changing rules, techniques, technologies, and philosophies relevant to softball.
  • Adjust coaching techniques, based on the strengths and weaknesses of athletes.
  • Instruct individuals or groups in sports rules, game strategies, and performance principles, such as specific ways of moving the body, hands, or feet, to achieve desired results.
  • Evaluate athletes' skills and review performance records to determine their fitness and potential in a particular area of athletics.
  • Explain and enforce safety rules and regulations.
  • Keep records of athlete, team, and opposing team performance.
  • Plan and direct physical conditioning programs that will enable athletes to achieve maximum performance.
  • Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of opposing teams to develop game strategies.
  • Arrange and conduct sports-related activities, such as training, skill-improvement courses, clinics, and pre-season try-outs.
  • Select, acquire, store, and issue equipment and other materials as necessary.
  • Perform activities that support the team or a specific sport, such as meeting with media representatives and appearing at fundraising events.
  • Develop and arrange competition schedules and programs, based on NCAA rules and GSAC regulations.
  • File recruitment reports that detail player assessments, provide recommendations on athlete recruitment, and identify locations and individuals to be targeted for future recruitment efforts.
  • Identify and recruit potential athletes.

All inquiries or letters of application (including resume and three professional references) contact: Patricia M. Gibbs, Vice President for Student Affairs, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA  31210. Electronic submissions are encouraged pgibbs@wesleyancollege.edu.  Preference will be given to applications received prior to August 11, 2014.

Admission Counselor
Wesleyan College is seeking an admission counselor to serve on the admission and recruitment team. The person in this position plans and implements recruitment activities including travel, telephone contact, mail, email, individual meetings with prospective students, special events, and presentations to small groups. The counselor is responsible for working with students throughout the search, application, financial aid, and orientation process and seeks to find a good “match” between students and the College. Responsibilities also include application evaluations and participation in all admission events. This is a full-time, 12-month position. 

Candidates must have superior communication, public relations, and diplomacy skills (oral and written). Travel is a required component of this position, as is the ability to work evenings and weekends.  Organizational skills are important. The person must possess a valid driver’s license and a Bachelors degree.  Preferred candidates must have admissions experience working for an educational institution, experience as a student volunteer tour guide/ambassador, and/or experience working in the admission office of a liberal arts college.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Send all nominations or letters of interest along with a resume and references list to: Leslie Goodman, Director of Admission, Wesleyan College,4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA 31210; or email lgoodman@wesleyancollege.edu. 

Archivist/Public Services Librarian
Willet Memorial Library at Wesleyan College is looking for an energetic and enthusiastic librarian to serve as Archivist/Public Services Librarian. Reporting to the Library Director, the Archivist/Public Services Librarian will divide duties equally between public services and archives. 

Primary job responsibilities: Work as a member of the Wesleyan College Library public services staff and serve as Campus Archivist; including circulation, reference and instruction duties, special collections, and archives.  This position would require night and weekend rotation hours.

Required Qualifications: 

  • ALA-accredited Master’s Degree in library or information sciences, with concentration, or coursework, in archival studies or management;
  • Knowledge of basic reference sources and library procedures;
  • Familiarity with online search strategies;
  • Familiarity with Information Literacy Standards and best practices for library instruction in an academic setting;
  • Experience with public services and a commitment to the instructor’s role in an academic library setting;
  • Experience working with archives, or special collections; including understanding of technology, national and international standards  and best practices in the field;
  • Experience working with institutional records;
  • Knowledge of  basic conservation and preservation standards for archival collections;
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Ability to lift up to 30-40 lbs

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with Innovative, OCLC WMS or other cloud based library systems;
  • Experience working with GALILEO, or another database consortium;
  • Experience working with PastPerfect, EAD and/or other archival software, equipment and tools;
  • Ability to adapt to a changing work environment

Please submit a letter of interest, resume, contact information for at least three references, unofficial copies of transcripts to Kristina Peavy, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA 31210 or email them to kpeavy@wesleyancollege.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately. Prospective start date: August 1, 2014. 

Wesleyan College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Director of Alumnae Relations (1980-Present)
Description: (Full time, salaried)
Wesleyan College invites applications for a Director of Alumnae Relations for the Classes of 1980 - Present. 

We seek an energetic, creative, and organized team member whose primary responsibilities will include: communicating the vision, mission, and priorities of the college to the public; encouraging alumnae to maintain connection with the college through club and area meetings, reunion gatherings, and the Alumnae Board of Managers; soliciting financial support for the college; and working in cooperation with the Director of Alumnae Relations (1979 and prior).  Event planning, social media management, and oversight of online registration processes are integral parts of the job. Overnight travel will be required.


•    Bachelor’s degree.

•    Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.  

•    A minimum of four years direct, relatable experience in a multi-staff office setting.

•    Ability to travel (approximately 20%) and work evenings and weekends as needed.

Preference will be given to Wesleyan Alumnae and candidates with alumnae relations, external relations, and/or outside sales experience.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter including relevant experience, a current resume, and the names of three potential references (none of whom will be contacted without prior permission) to: Andrea Williford, Office of Institutional Advancement, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA 31210.  Electronic submissions are encouraged – awilliford@wesleyancollege.edu.

Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Click here for full job description.


Certified Lifeguard:

Part-time position available at Porter Gym starting immediately. Must have certification. Pays $10.00/hour. If interested, please contact Kathy Malone at 478-757-3775 or by e-mail at kmalone@wesleyancollege.edu.


Wesleyan College (on-call) Police Officer
On-Call Police Officers are called in on an as needed basis and just like the full time police officer staff they are required to protect the lives and properties of the Wesleyan College Community. On-Call officers fill in for full time officers when they need time off. This could be a prepared leave time or an emergency leave time, which means On-Call officers must provide a schedule of their availability. On-Call officers will be required to cover a 12 hour (8am-8pm/8pm-8am) shift when called upon, and special college events that require additional officers. They are required to respond professionally to the need for detection and prevention of crimes. Officers must be prepared to maintain law and order. On-Call officers are required to patrol the entire campus property by vehicle, and some by foot. On-Call officers duties also include traffic enforcement, accident reporting, and criminal investigations. On-Call officers are expected to secure physical structures on the campus, and maintain an activity log daily. On-Call officers will provide security at social and athletic events, conduct safety inspections, control and direct traffic, enforce college rules and regulations, issue parking citations, and enforce the law governing the state and other duties as defined by supervisors.

Job Qualifications:
Candidates must be twenty-one years of age, and have a valid driver’s license. All applicants must be certified through the Georgia Peace Officers Standard and Training Council.  Must be in good physical condition, and able to work any shift. Must be able to handle stressful situations, be an effective communicator.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 
To apply, send your resume to Patricia M. Gibbs, Vice President for Student Affairs, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA, 31210. Electronic submissions should be sent to tabercrombie@wesleyancollege.edu.

Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety
Wesleyan College, a nationally ranked liberal arts college for women in Macon, Georgia, is accepting applications for the position of Chief of Campus Police/Director of Public Safety.  The position is a full-time position with an excellent benefits package. 

The Wesleyan College Police Department is charged with the responsibly of providing life safety, property protection, prevention of crime and disorder on campus.  In order to meet these responsibilities, the college maintains a force of state certified police officers (POST) whose duties are integrated to provide law enforcement, crime prevention, education, and parking control/enforcement.  Officers are present on campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  The department strives to contribute to the academic environment by performing professional law enforcement with a positive, service-oriented, and educational approach.

Under the direction of the Vice President for Student Affairs, the Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety has the responsibility for the overall protection of lives and property and the prevention of crime and disorder on the campus.  The Chief plans, organizes and directs the total endeavor of the Police Department to provide an effective full scope professional law enforcement and safety program.

The Chief of Police is responsible for the following areas, but not limited to:

·       Supervision and evaluation of all police officers,

·       Officer training,

·       Development and implementation of departmental policies and procedures,

·       Departmental budget management,

·       All college, state and federal reporting,

·       Enforcement of federal, state and local laws and ordinances,

·       Maintenance of all equipment,

·       Yearly departmental assessment,

·       Statistical analysis of departmental performance,

·       Emergency Preparedness Planning and Response; and

·       Establishing and maintain cooperative working relationships with other law enforcement agencies.

Qualifications and experience include a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university and a minimum of 4 years of law enforcement/public safety related experience. Must be a sworn Police Officer (POST certified) in the State of Georgia or equivalent certifications and the ability to obtain Georgia POST certification within the first year of employment.  The position requires a valid U.S. Driver’s License. 

To apply, send your resume to Patricia M. Gibbs, Vice President for Student Affairs, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA, 31210. Electronic submissions should be sent to tabercrombie@wesleyancollege.edu.