Welcome to Lake Land College – a collaborative, innovative workplace centered around our students. Focusing on our vision of engaging minds and changing lives through the power of learning, we know our students by name and care about their success. We invite you to take a look at the current job openings as we seek expertise in a variety of fields that add to the rich learning environment at Lake Land College.
Lake Land College accepts applications for employment of full-time positions only when there is a vacancy. Applications for part-time instructors are accepted at any time.
Lake Land College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Faculty Full Time
Faculty Part Time
Benefits provided to Lake Land College employees are:
Employee Benefit Summaries
Employee Benefit Directory – Phone numbers , addresses, and links to benefit providers
Privacy, WHRCA, CHIPRA Notices
Discounts for employees are available at the departments listed below. Please call the phone number listed for details:
Lake Land College offices are closed on Fridays after graduation and one week before the start of the fall semester during the summer session. The College observes the following holidays:
You will need to use the username and password that HR assigned to you in order to work on the New Employee Packet.
The New Employee Orientation Guide will help orient new employees to the resources available at Lake Land College and the surrounding community.
Lake Land College Retirees are integral members of the College community. We welcome our retirees to enroll in the Retiree Advantage Program and take advantage of the following benefits. Your dedication and commitment to making our college one of the best in the nation is appreciated by the Board of Trustees, faculty, staff, employees and most importantly, the students. We look forward to seeing you around campus!
A Lake Land College employee who gave the College a written notice to retire, and upon the date of retirement was eligible to receive an annuity from the State Universities Retirement System are eligible to participate in the Retiree Advantage Program. The Tuition Waiver and Special Employment Benefits provisions of the Retiree Advantage Program are only available to retirees (as defined above) with 5 or more years of full-time service to the College. For more information, please contact Human Resources.
To take full advantage of the program benefits, you will need to enroll in the program, obtain a college ID and request a LLC email address. Benefits are listed below:
Retirees will be able to obtain an official Lake Land College retiree photo identification card. This could be used to secure various discounts and services, both within and outside the College. You can get your card from the Bookstore on campus. We ask that you avoid book pick up and return weeks for this visit.
Tuition waivers are available to the retiree, the retiree’s spouse and his or her dependent children under the age of 23. As with current employees, any associated fees are the responsibility of individuals covered under this benefit.
Lake Land College will provide an email address at no cost to the retiree. This is the address the College will use to communicate with you. The same limitations and support apply to this email address as when the retiree was an employee. This in no way implies computer support or Internet access for retirees choosing to continue to use their LLC-provided email address. To access your email address from any Internet provider, go to: http://mail.lakelandcollege.edu/ and select Retirees.
Retirees receive several unique benefits associated with part-time positions here on campus. (1) They will be notified electronically of all new posted part-time positions. (2) They qualify for a retiree pay differential, which allows them to be compensated at a higher level than applicants without prior LLC employment experience.
Retirees can use the state-of-the-art Fitness Center during posted hours of operation by simply showing their retiree college ID. Fitness Center hours are: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Summer hours for the Fitness Center are 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Retirees receive free access to any sporting events simply by showing their retiree college ID.
Retirees will be invited to all formal Lake Land College events, such as ground-breakings, open houses, celebrations, etc.
Retirees are welcome to volunteer in various capacities. Individuals may contact you to request help with various events, shows, projects, etc.
Retirees will be invited to the annual recognition luncheon. The luncheon would provide an opportunity for retirees to interact with each other as well as an opportunity for the College to introduce to retirees new personnel and projects occurring at the College.
Retirees have the option of participating in the College’s wellness program for a nominal fee. The program is designed for those individuals who would like to have assistance in formulating and participating in a healthier lifestyle. Retirees will not be eligible for the monetary award program. Such examples include on-site Weight Watchers meetings, Lunch-n-Learn healthy eating tips, goal setting and progress appointments. Contact Human Resources for more information.
Student provided services are available to retirees at the employee rate. Such services include dental hygiene, massage therapy, and cosmetology.
Retirees also receive a 10% discount at the Lake Land College Bookstore simply by showing their retiree ID.
Retirees can request to participate in the spring graduation ceremony. If they elect to participate, a cap and gown will be provided to them by the College. This request should be made in March to the Director of the Bookstore at 217-234-5475 or email email@example.com.
The college will publish an annual electronic newsletter that will be sent to retirees via email.
Retirees can order a Lake Land College business card through the college’s print shop at no cost to the retiree. Email Marketing & Public Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org with this request.
These procedures implement Board Policy 05.36 which states that Lake Land College (“College”) shall comply with the Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act, 325 ILCS 5/1et seq. (the “Act”), as amended by Public Act 97-0711, and as applicable to College employees who are legally responsible to report suspected abuse or neglect of a child to the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (“DCFS”). In accordance with the Act, these procedures are also applicable to College students enrolled in an academic program leading to a position as a child care worker, school service personnel and degree in education. For purposes of the Act, “child” means any person under the age of 18 years, unless legally emancipated by reason of marriage or entry into a branch of the U.S. armed services. College employees and students who are “mandated reporters” are identified in Part II, below. Other key terms appear in boldface type where they appear in these administrative procedures, and are defined in Part VI, below.