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OPEN POSITIONS


Adjunct Professor

Open positions:
Creative Writing, Developmental Reading and Writing, Developmental Algebra, College Mathmatics

 

Requirements for adjunct teaching are 1) minimum of a master’s degree and 2) minimum of 18 graduate hours in the area taught.

Required documents:   1) completed Adjunct Teaching Employment Application, 2) resume/bio, and 3) unofficial transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate work.

Please send all documents to Annette Esclavon.  You can fax the documents to her attention at 972-241-8021, scan/e-mail the documents to her at aesclavon@dallas.edu, or mail the documents to her attention at Dallas Christian College, 2700 Christian Parkway, Dallas, TX  75234

Once received, documentation will be given to the appropriate department chair.  The applicant will be contacted by the department chair at such time as there is a possible instructor assignment.  At that time, further documentation will be required.

Adjunct Teaching Employment Application

Enrollment Services Office Manager

Department:  Enrollment Management

Reports To:  VP for Enrollment Management

Work Schedule: M-F flexible daytime hours some weekends/evenings

Amount of Travel Required: minimal

Job Status:  Part-Time, 15-20 hours/week

Positions Supervised: student worker(s)

POSITION SUMMARY

The Enrollment Services Office Manager serves as the point person for several offices, located in close proximity, in order to provide a “one-stop shop” experience for students who need to see DCC personnel in admissions, financial aid, student accounts, or the registrar.  Personally welcoming and guiding all visitors to the appropriate office or person is important.

 

With regard to the Office of Admissions, the Manager ensures a truly remarkable campus visit experience, beginning with the creation and promotion of individual appointments and campus visit events and continuing throughout the campus visit, from the customer’s reception to their departure from campus.    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to making sure that the front office area is welcoming, well-taken care of (refreshment area, Crusader Store, and guests).  Second, oversee data and document management, assisting students and parents through the application process in person or via phone, etc. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Create a welcoming environment that surpasses customers’ campus visit expectations
    • Oversee the Campus Visit Program
    • Incorporate as many points of connection as possible for each student’s visit: admission counselor, faculty, chapel, coaches, current students, cafeteria, dorms, student activities leaders, etc.
    • Provide and coordinate Campus Tours for campus visits
      • Train others in exceptional tour-giving: student ambassadors, admission counselors, coaches, and others who are giving tours to individuals, families, and groups
      • Learn and become knowledgeable about the tour route and information at specific stopping points
      • Be flexible from a time standpoint to be able to give campus tours.
        • For the most part the student workers will give the campus tours
      • Be relational, carrying on conversation throughout the tour with the prospective student and any guests they bring.
  • Data entry, data management, and enrollment reporting
    • Inputting data into the Admissions CRM (Populi) and accepting students in Campus Vue
    • Become proficiently trained in our CRM to input and edit prospective student data and information
    • Utilize Populi anytime you’re working with a prospective student
    • Log in to Populi each day and check for new applications, leads, and inquiries. Link each entry to a person (either link them to an existing person or add them as a person to link them), change their representative to whoever should get them based off of territories, and add a communication plan to each person. Once this is taken care of it is the admissions counselor’s job to follow up with them and help them through the admissions process.
    • Create a folder and initiate the physical filing system for any student who has submitted any piece of an application file
    • Add RFI’s (request for information) to Populi manually
    • Accept students in the Campus Vue system

 

  • Utilize Procurify system for department expense processing.  Assist VP with budget reporting.

 

  • Crusader Store
    • Make sure the Crusader Store looks neat and in order
    • Oversee all selling of items within the Store.

 

  • Additional Responsibilities as Requested
    • Take official meeting minutes when requested by the VPEM
    • Check refreshment area
    • Greet guests at the reception desk
    • Oversee organization of admissions storage closet
    • Pick up mail and deliver it to each office and open all of the mail from high schools or colleges and take the transcripts or SAT/ACT’s to the admissions counselors.
    • Attend college fairs when needed.
    • Arrange for Crusader Store items to be displayed for sale at various on-campus events. 

 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Bachelor’s degree recommended.  Successful experience may be substituted with lesser educational attainment.

Experience: Previous experience working in an office environment preferred.  Previous admissions experience preferred.   

 

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Ability to work well with students, families, faculty and staff in a fast-paced environment.

 

Computer Skills: Basic working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite & ability to learn accounts payable purchasing requests software (Procurify)

Other Requirements: excellent communication skills (verbal and written); excellent team player

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Office environment, desk, minimal on-road traveling required

 

STATEMENT OF FAITH

All Trustees, employees, and any other persons acting as recognized representatives of Dallas Christian College shall be willing to affirm the following statement of faith:

 

“That the Bible, or Holy Scriptures, alone is the divinely inspired Word of God, and therein is contained the revelation of the deity of Jesus Christ, the plan of salvation for mankind, and the faith and work of the Church; furthermore, that the testimony of such Scriptures testifies to prophecy concerning His advent, virgin birth, miraculous life, blood atonement, bodily resurrection, ascension into heaven, and final return, and is expressly and historically true in the commonly accepted meaning of the terms; in addition, that the Church of the New Testament ought everywhere to be restored with its divine plan of admission: faith, repentance, and baptism, with consequent godly life; and finally, that the Scriptures are wholly sufficient to build the kingdom of God.”

Athletic Director

Department:  Athletic

Reports To:  Vice President of Advancement

Work Schedule: Days and evenings

Amount of Travel Required: Moderate

Job Status:  Full-Time

Positions Supervised: Athletic Coaches

POSITION SUMMARY

The Athletic Director will be responsible to encourage spiritual growth and kingdom engagement as the overarching priority, to provide a well-rounded schedule for intercollegiate athletic competition in sports designed to encourage participation by a segment of the student body, which complements and conforms to the educational goals of Dallas Christian College, and to encourage physical fitness and the development of physical skills and emotional control; to foster good sportsmanship, school spirit and loyalty; and to present opportunities to participate at a high level of National Christian College Athletic (NCCAA) competition.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Management of coaching staff including assistance in scheduling, game contracting, and team management (such as eligibility issues, updating rosters, etc.).
  • Active and regular correspondence with other departments. The AD will ensure that athletic schedules are appropriate through the Academic Office before the schedules are finalized.  The AD will also be in communication with Academics regarding academic concerns with athletes as well as with Student Development regarding ethical, spiritual, or social concerns regarding athletes.
  • Facilitation of budgeting and spending based on the Athletics budget approved by the President’s cabinet. Develop, recommend, and adjust the budget for the entire athletic program. Assist coaches to a reasonable extent in processing purchase orders, per diems, etc. Oversee purchase requisitions.
  • Manage transportation needs through DCC Facility Dept and vehicle rental. This function includes a paramount emphasis on team safety while traveling including appropriate training for drivers and emphasis on safety practices such as, but not limited to: no texting/phone while driving, obeying traffic laws, adequate rest for drivers, no excessive driving distances in single legs, seatbelts worn by all vehicle occupants, etc. Coordinate all travel with the coaches.
  • Scheduling of referees for all games.
  • Supervision of Athletics student workers.
  • Management of compliance obligations and conference responsibilities such as Title IX compliance, NCCAA requirements, insurance, etc.
  • Maintenance of athletic facilities including the gym and all fields.
  • Implement and maintain various schoolwide athletic initiatives such as open gym, intramural sports, booster club, Athletics promotions, etc.
  • Support coaches in recruitment and retention efforts.
  • Oversee Athletic events such as Athletic Banquet, fundraisers, Sr. Nights, Kickoff events, etc.
  • Update and manage Athletic Handbook.
  • Write Athletic updates and notifications to the college stakeholders.
  • Prepare and approve contracts for all contests.
  • Maintain close contact and good relations with the public at all times. Meet community organizations and discuss athletics and stimulate interest in the DCC program.
  • Work for coaching staff improvement.
  • Insure staffing for all intercollegiate sports.
  • Give vision to the athletic program including adding new sports.
  • Attend National, Area, and District/Regional Conference meetings. Advise the Vice President for Advancement of the outcomes of those meetings.
  • Supervise all sports to insure that eligibility forms have been properly filed and all participating athletes are eligible.
  • Monitor the academic, social, and spiritual development of the athletes.
  • Other duties as assigned that propel Athletics toward the mission

 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Bachelor’s degree required. A Master’s degree in Athletics Management or other applicable field is preferred.

Experience: Previous playing experience in Christian college athletics.  Coaching experience preferred.    Previous experience in a leadership position preferred.  Preference will be given to the candidate with a background in athletics and athletic management.   

 

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Spiritual Skills: Possess a knowledge of Scripture and maintain a healthy life of spiritual disciplines

 

Computer Skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, particularly Word, Excel, and Outlook. Proficiency in Procurify, DCC budget management software.  On-the-job training will be available.

 

Leadership Skills: High organizational ability in areas such as office management, budgeting, calendar usage, systems and processes. Good written and communication skills; ability to be a team player

 

Other Requirements: Should be able to lift and move equipment up to 50 lbs.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Gym office, gym, and outdoor environments

 

SALARY

$32,000-$42,000 annually depending on experience and additional coaching responsibilities if qualified.

 

STATEMENT OF FAITH

All Trustees, employees, and any other persons acting as recognized representatives of Dallas Christian College shall be willing to affirm the following statement of faith:

 

“That the Bible, or Holy Scriptures, alone is the divinely inspired Word of God, and therein is contained the revelation of the deity of Jesus Christ, the plan of salvation for mankind, and the faith and work of the Church; furthermore, that the testimony of such Scriptures testifies to prophecy concerning His advent, virgin birth, miraculous life, blood atonement, bodily resurrection, ascension into heaven, and final return, and is expressly and historically true in the commonly accepted meaning of the terms; in addition, that the Church of the New Testament ought everywhere to be restored with its divine plan of admission: faith, repentance, and baptism, with consequent godly life; and finally, that the Scriptures are wholly sufficient to build the kingdom of God.”

 

TO APPLY: Send resume to HR@DALLAS.EDU.