Engaging Sexuality Program Coordinator (part-time)
Position: Engaging Sexuality Program Coordinator (part-time) Location: Wheaton, IL
Job Id: 653 # of Openings: 1 Engaging Sexuality Program Coordinator Spiritual Life The Chaplain’s Office is responsible for fostering the spiritual environment and vitality of Wheaton students, faculty, and staff. We believe that the spiritual well-being of those we serve rests in large measure on the spiritual life of our team personally and corporately. To reflect this priority, each member of the Chaplain’s Office will start their work day with 30 minutes of time alone with God. There are no rules for how this time is spent, but it is expected that the time be used for communing with God in prayer, Bible reading, meditation, journaling, and any other spiritually formative practices. Job OverviewResponsible to the Chaplain for the leadership and coordination of the Engaging Sexuality Program. Duties and Responsibilities
- Serves as a resource to meet with students, both individually and in small groups.
- Supports the undergraduate Student Chaplain for Sexuality and the graduate students who oversee the Strongholds sexuality small groups within Discipleship Ministries.
- Collaborates with the Residence Life staff members who meet with students regarding pornography related concerns.
- Plans and assists in the planning of campus programming as well as training related to biblical human sexuality, sexual health, and sexual recovery topics of interest in collaboration with key campus partners such as Student Development, the Chaplain’s Office, and academic departments.
- Serves in collaboration with the Student Development staff advisor for Refuge, a student led community group for students who self-identify along a same sex sexuality and/or gender identity spectrum.
- Participates in campus committees upon request from the Chaplain including the President’s Advisory Council on Sexual Identity.
- Serves as a resource and an advisor for Strongholds in Discipleship Ministries.
- Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred.
- 5 years of experience in student development and/or counseling strongly preferred.
- Cross-cultural competencies, especially regarding race and gender.